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Thadon

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Recently had someone pass away. Upon going through all his stuff i came across alot of computer stuff that i have no knowledge of. If anybody could tell me the usefulness of the items or how much i could possibly fetch for them . Any help is greatly appreciated . I know its a motherboard :thumbsup:

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:welcome: Thadon

In answer to your question the items are dated technology (AGP slot video card/socket 478 MB etc) and so not in high demand, ebay will give you an idea of what you can expect for the items http://www.ebay.com/...2-/130631113710

Other items that I can see include IDE data transfer ribbons used with HDDs and optical drives such as CD/DVD drives.
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Moved to Off Topic. :thumbsup:

The ribbon cables may even be 40 pin 40 wire rather than 40 pin 80 wire so they are worthless if they are.
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Thanks Bob :thumbsup:
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Welcome Phil. :thumbsup:
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