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FS/T: ASUS P4P800-VM motherboard only £11.50 delivered (recorded)

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From a working PC, taken apart by me just for fun and then never reassembled. Forgotten about until found in the cupboard! It has an Intel CPU on the board but I can't remember which one - has so…
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months agoFeedback:220 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
From a working PC, taken apart by me just for fun and then never reassembled. Forgotten about until found in the cupboard!

It has an Intel CPU on the board but I can't remember which one - has some numbers written on it which might mean something to you, so please ask for info if interested.

Hopefully this a bargain to somebody who can make use of it. Sold as is with no guarantees (and no screws - don't know where I put them!).

Also have a 250W 20-Pin ATX PSU Power Supply FSP250-60GTV (LN).
- Liddle ol' me

Removing the CPU from sale. I'm also removing the PSU as it too heavy to make it worth sending. So it is the Mobo alone now, sent by 2nd class recorded delivery for £11.50
- Liddle ol' me
Shipping/Payment:
£15 paypal gift

Price does not include PSU and HDD trade preferred.
- Liddle ol' me

£11.50 recorded deliv - mobo only
- Liddle ol' me
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months agoFeedback:220 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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banned#1
I'm intrested in knowing what cpu it is, could i have them numbers?
#2
what cpu?
#3
I'd be interested in what the CPU is. (the numbers)

TIm
#4
£10? ?
#6
Alkongo
I'm intrested in knowing what cpu it is, could i have them numbers?


sure - it has th following on the chip

intel
FW82801EB
F410NB26
SL73Z
INTEL MC 02
TAIWAN
banned#7
Liddle ol' me
sure - it has th following on the chip

intel
FW82801EB
F410NB26
SL73Z
INTEL MC 02
TAIWAN


Thanks, i'd offer £11 as i'm still not sure what chip it is, anyone? or if your intrested in any trades i might have something you'd like.
#8
Thats not the CPU thats the chipset
http://chinaimportexport.wikispaces.com/file/view/2007_10_29_11_51_21_4798.jpg
#9
gone with my misleading post then! lol
#10
im only really interested in the CPU to put in another barebones ive got here...as i believe it will fit it...no need for rest!
#11
awoodhall2003
think thats a 2.4 P4 if i remember correctly...


That sounds about right.

Alkongo
Thanks, i'd offer £11 as i'm still not sure what chip it is, anyone? or if your intrested in any trades i might have something you'd like.


Yes, could be interested in trades. Have an old HDD or something?
#12
tonyg1962
Thats not the CPU thats the chipset
http://chinaimportexport.wikispaces.com/file/view/2007_10_29_11_51_21_4798.jpg


I was wondering why it came up with stuff about north and southbridges and drivers when i googled it.... (i google the SL73Z part)
#13
I'm interested in the lot if it has a cpu
#14
tonyg1962
Thats not the CPU thats the chipset
http://chinaimportexport.wikispaces.com/file/view/2007_10_29_11_51_21_4798.jpg


Aha! Someone who knows what he's talking about. Ok, where's the CPU?! [ goes looking ] :roll:
#15
bassman_uk
I'm interested in the lot if it has a cpu


yes, it has as this was just unscrewed from the pc - gimme a sec
#16
I can offer a 40GB IDE HDD
#17
It is a socket there should be a black bracket around it..

Tim
#18
Liddle ol' me
That sounds about right.



Yes, could be interested in trades. Have an old HDD or something?


i have a 15gb fujitsu and a 20gb seagate? both IDE if interested in them?
#19
thats a Hewlett Packard Mobo, make sure you can get the drivers for it first.

Youll need to remove the processor fan to see the processor.
#20
is it this one?

d5
P4PVA
1012
#21
If it looks like this then it is an ASUS:

http://i129.photobucket.com/albums/p205/timothyw9/ddddddddd.jpg

There's the cpu socket
#22
timothyw9


that's it - is the cpu the smaller chip to the bottom right?
#23
Liddle ol' me
that's it - is the cpu the smaller chip to the bottom right?


nope the one in the big black square with the white square with holes for pins it will be on top of that
#24
The CPU will either be in the socket or the socket will be empty mate like Tim pointed out.
#25
nice edit timothy!
#26
cpu is in the white slot pictured above (the one with the dots) under the huge heatsink and fan.
#27
Thanks guys - the heatsink and fan (hehe!) is fitted over the top of the cpu in that case...
#28
sparkygeezer
I can offer a 40GB IDE HDD


any thoughts?
#29
darn - gotta remove that now... how the hell do I do that???!
#30
Remove, the heatsink and fan???? Anyone agree?
#31
Liddle ol' me
Thanks guys - the heatsink and fan (hehe!) is fitted over the top of the cpu in that case...


well im happy to take the risk...got this thread:
http://hotukdeals.com/item/353963/awoodhall2003s-sale-360-games-dvds-/showthread.php?t=353963
if anything you like or have a 15gb fujitsu and a 20gb seagate? both IDE if interested in them ?
#32
Liddle ol' me
darn - gotta remove that now... how the hell do I do that???!


i'm guessing its socket 478.. it probably uses the pins or it is screwed to the brtacket undrneath...

tim
#33
generaloneill
Remove, the heatsink and fan???? Anyone agree?


that's easy for you to say! :thinking: You are talking to someone who finds it difficult to change a plug :w00t:
banned#34
Liddle ol' me
That sounds about right.



Yes, could be interested in trades. Have an old HDD or something?


I do, think i've got a 40GB, 120GB WD and a 160GB WD
#35
timothyw9
i'm guessing its socket 478.. it probably uses the pins or it is screwed to the brtacket undrneath...

tim


yeah, socket 478 (is this an episode of Star Wars? :thinking:)

i need to get a pair of pliars or something (a # 325 point 7) - anyway, got to collect my daughter from gym first, so I'm afraid you'll all have to be left in limbo for a liddle longer :prop:

p.s. pins of some description - photo on return
#36
timothyw9
i'm guessing its socket 478.. it probably uses the pins or it is screwed to the brtacket undrneath...

tim


yeah just checked its socket 478 i need a Pentium4 LGA775 (or celeron D on same socket)
#37
Interest withdrawn sorry
#38
Sorry guys, before I sort out who this is going to - I think I might go for a HDD trade actually - how do I remove this heatsink/fan to check cpu? It has four of these little white plastic bits (pins?) on the bottom side of the board surrounded by black plastic covers. Do I pull the, push them or something else? lol

http://img15.imageshack.us/img15/2973/cimg0285z.jpg
#39
Have a look on the top of the board at the corners of the fan and you should see some black plastic screw type things. Turn them in the direction of the arrow and they should pop out.
#40
Thanks - think I've worked it out, just need a pair of pliars to press those bits of plastic together to release the clips.

Off to the cellar...

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