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Intel Celeron 346 D @ 3.06Ghz<br />
MSI PM8M3-V Socket 775 | AGP8x:1 PCI:3 | 2x DDR400 up to 4GB<br />
1x Thermaltake 512 Jungle Fan+HSink<br />
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1024MB Buffalo \\__RAM<br />
1024MB Crucial /<br />
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NVidia 6600 AGP (BIOS modded 540/540 stable @ 78Cº load)<br />
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100GB Western Digital 7200RPM<br />
1x DVDR+W/CDR+W<br />
1x DVDROM/CDR+W<br />
3.5" Floppy Drive<br />
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POWMAX Case (CP0327PL-4)<br />
2 CCFT (Blue)<br />
2x 80mm Thermaltake LED Fans (Blue and Red)<br />
1x 120mm Thermaltake Tornado<br />
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Thermaltake Fanspeed adjusting knob thingy<br />
Thermaltake Drink holder + cigarette lighter thingy<br />
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I'm looking to sell the whole thing for a good chunk of change and move to an E6400 or E6600. Since I don't have DDR2 or PCI Express or anything basically compatible I figure scrap it.<br />
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Thats the Box.<br />
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Thats the Video Card with it's nice little copper sinks all glimmering in the blue light.<br />
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This is my rebellion against wire management.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">This ur first build?</div>

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</div>What the computer above? No. My first build was a 286 with dual 5.25" Floppies and a 64k Memory add-in card hobbled together out of spare parts and a couple of two by fours.
 

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It's pretty, but I wouldn't get your hopes up on a 'good chunk of change'. <br />
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400 dollars would be more then reasonble
 

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$400 is a good chunk of change.
 

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I'm trying not to. My friend wanted to buy it when I told him i'd be building a new one soon. If he changes his mind I will post components in the For Sale section.
 

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The UV looks nice inside that case, though I highly recommend you do some wire-managing (even wrapping it in electrical tape is better than nothing). It will definitly sell better as a whole instead of parted. Yea, 400 range sounds about right <img src="/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />
 

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Heh actually those are just the wires from the fan speed controller to the fans. The power supply to the mobo is hidden behind the tray and the wires from the case (switches/lights) are hidden and pop through the tray centimeters below the mobo and into their spots. My HDD's ribbon is folded up really neat and the only thing i have problems with is the rounded IDE's for the Optical Drives.<br />
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Okay, well I built the original CPU+MOBO+HDD+FAN+1GB RAM for $318<br />
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I just redid the entire list on Newegg and it comes to $586 (not counting lights) so $400 is not too unreasonable. Thank you very much for your input guys.
 
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