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May 22nd, 2002, 09:49 AM #1
FS: worlds fastest $125 system<<<SOLD
celeron 366 mhz, ATI 3d rage pro video card,
40x cdrom, 4 gig hard drive half empty and half used by win98 and microsoft works, 32 mb sdram,
floppy drive, on board audio, 56k lucent modem,
ethernet card for cable modem or dsl.
this box is called "daves fave"
it looks and runs good !
im 28-0-0 at heatware!
BEST BUY AT THIS PRICE. SHIPPING INCLUDED.
Last edited by capybara; May 26th, 2002 at 05:53 PM.my signature was so lame i deleted it.
May 22nd, 2002, 10:40 AM #2
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May 22nd, 2002, 10:43 PM #3
1. the mobo is intel 443LX chipset
(intel 82443LX northbridge)
eMachine etower 366i2.
2. quite honestly, i dunno whats the fastest
celeron itll take. its socket 370, i know they make celerons to 1.7 ghz but i dunno if this board will support those.
3. if you want insurance, its only $2 per hundred dollars of insured value. But i usually try to pack stuff so carefully that its 'almost'
impossible to damage. Im 28-0-0 at heatware.
Last edited by capybara; May 24th, 2002 at 03:38 AM.my signature was so lame i deleted it.
May 23rd, 2002, 08:33 AM #4
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May 23rd, 2002, 07:56 PM #5
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May 23rd, 2002, 11:47 PM #6
Just a technical note here about #3:
Insurance protects the shipper, not the recipient, so it's incumbent upon the shipper to pay for insurance to indemnify coverage for lost, rifled or damaged shipment. Shipper keeps the insurance receipt number if it's needed to file a claim.
It's the shipper's responsibility to see that the package arrives to the recipient in the condition agreed upon in the deal. Notwithstanding good packaging, if the shipment arrives damaged, it's up to Shipper/Seller to take care of the Recipient/Buyer, then Shipper files an insurance claim if damage occurs due to the fault of the shipping agent.
Whether you work that as part of your shipping terms/price or otherwise, it should be part of the stated shipping charges or total price of item including shipping, in which you may or may not mention that the article is insured.
May 24th, 2002, 03:13 AM #7
okay, $2 for insurance is now included in
the price, still $125.
its case has 4 circular vent holes ( 1.8" diameter)
professionallly cut on sides and top "roof"
of the case.
Written on the BACK of this box is it name,
"daves fave" and i will make an attempt to erase this b4 shipping.
i tested it last week. this box runs good.
BEST Buy at this price =
Worlds fastest $125 box.
i have 3 other boxs so i dont need this one.
28-0-0 at heatware.
Last edited by capybara; May 24th, 2002 at 03:34 AM.my signature was so lame i deleted it.
May 24th, 2002, 03:47 AM #8
Tech note - That LX board will probably take up to a Celeron 533, but 99.999% sure that it wont take anything higher.
May 25th, 2002, 12:37 PM #9
this means to me this cpu/mobo
is "possibly" overclockable to 533 mhz.
but i dunno anything about OCingmy signature was so lame i deleted it.
May 26th, 2002, 05:52 PM #10
I doubt that you'd get high overclock results with that board.
It is a board with a 66Mhz fsb chip, not 100Mhz fsb.
So you'd have very little room left, maybe 83Mhz, but that still won't get ya near 533Mhz.
If I'm wrong about this, someone please correct me, but I'm 99,999% sure that this is correct.
May 26th, 2002, 09:37 PM #11
Nah, dont think you could clock a 366 to 533, because it doesnt have the proper dividers at ~100Mhz FSB. However, you can probably take out that 366 and plug in a 533 Mhz (non coppermine) Celeron.
May 27th, 2002, 03:13 AM #12
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Actually 66Mhz is all you need to get to 533Mhz
As long as the Motherboard as an 8X Multiplier, you'll get 533Mhz -
8 Multiplier X 66Mhz = 533Mhz.
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