Last year I assembled a desktop computer largely from scratch (new motherboard, CPU and power supply). It was technology that was about to be obsolete, but it fit my needs and I got it on the cheap. Pretty proud of myself for finding the bargains, I was...
A month ago it died on me. It was the CPU.
Of course, you techies know what happened next... I tried to buy a CPU for a now-obsolete motherboard at Fry's and they laughed at me.
Far too many dollars later, I have just a few (sob) leftover parts of old technology.
Here's where your amusement comes in. Would any of the following be worth anything to anyone else? Maybe sold on eBay for Valour-IT? People will buy anything, right? ;)
All are less than a year old (moderate use):
- Mach Speed MSNV-939 Motherboard - Socket 939, ATX, Audio, PCI Express, 10/100 Ethernet LAN, USB 2.0, Serial ATA
- Ultra X-Wind Aluminum Socket K8/AM2 CPU Cooling Fan (ULT40030)
- Coolmax / CA-450 / 450-Watt / ATX / 80mm Fan / SATA-Ready / Power Supply
- Ultra 512MB PC2700 DDR 333MHz Memory (1) (ULT30092)
Okay, you can stop snickering now.
Second question: if these are of no use to anyone, what's the best way to get rid of them? Any help would be greatly appreciated.