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salve a tutti, apro un nuovo topic di vendita poichè il precedente riguardava il pc interamente, a questo punto ho deciso di venderlo smembrato:

tutti i componenti hanno la loro scatola e garanzia, sono stati tutti (ad eccezione della scheda wi-fi e del masterizzatore) comprati a inizio dicembre 2011.

Elencherò qui sotto ogni singolo componente con accanto il prezzo di vendita:

Apertura facile con 4 rotelle

Ventilazione :

1x 120mm vento 3 pin silenzioso anteriore

1x 80mm vento 4 pin a LED blu silenzioso laterale

1x 120/90mm ventola posteriore (opzione)

Uscita anteriore : 2 x USB2.0 + 2 x HD Audio + 1 x eSATA

Dimensioni: 498 x 450 x 222 mm

ATX Connector1

EPS Connector1

PCI-E Connector2

Pin Peripheral Connector4

SATA Connector6

Floppy Connector1

numero di serie: F3-10666CL9D-8GBSR


8 GB (4 GB x2)

Velocità DDR3-1333 (PC3 10666)

Tensione di prova 1,5 Volt

Altezza 42 mm / 1,65 pollici

Iscritti / Unbuffered Unbuffered

Controllo degli errori Non-ECC

Tipo 240-pin DIMM

Garanzia Vita

perfettamente funzionate con mac, basta installare qualche kext da multibeaste basta

Output 1 x Dual-Link DVI

1 x HDMI (with 3D)

1 x DisplayPort

1 x Single-Link DVI-D

DisplayPort 1.2

GPU 900 MHz Core Clock

40 nm Chip

1120 x Stream Processors

Memory 1024 MB Size

256 -bit GDDR5

4200 MHz Effective

Dimension 250(L)x115(W)x40(H) mm Size.

Software Driver CD


Accessory DVI to VGA Adapter

6 PIN to 4 PIN Power Cable

compatibile nativamente da lion 10.7.2, la scheda video ha circa 1 settimana di vita, comprata il 13/01/2012


Standards • IEEE 802.11n

• IEEE 802.11g

Interface • x1 PCI Express (PCIe)

Wireless Frequency Range • 2.4GHz to 2.4835GHz

Security: Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA, WPA2)

compatibile nativamente con mac

LG GBC-H20N Blu-ray BD-ROM/8x DVD RW DL SATA Drive General Features: Black bezel 4 MB buffer

SATA interface LED indicator Stop/Eject button Emergency eject hole

BD-ROM: 215.79 Mbits/s (6x) max. DVD-ROM: 22.16 Mbytes/s (16x) max.

CD-ROM: 6000 Kbytes/s (40x) max.

Average Access Time: BD-ROM: 180 ms; DVD-ROM: 160 ms; DVD-RAM: 180 ms; CD-ROM: 150 ms

  • Bluetooth: usb bluetooth

la regalo insieme alla scheda madre




Tipologia di pagamento:

  • Paypal
  • Bonifico
  • Contanti in caso di scambio a mano a roma

La spedizione verrà effettuata con

Spedireweb al costo di 6,98 €. Se volete il servizio in contrassegno dovete aggiungere 6,50 €.

Per mettervi in coda sapete come fare

I prodotti sono in vendita su altri canali

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Scheda madre gA-z68x-ud3h-b3 ora a 90€,

RAM 8gb gskill sniper ora a 30€

Masterizzatore bluray ora a 30€

Alimentatore corsair cx600 v2 ora a 50€

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Processore e ram arrivati, vi sto scrivendo grazie ad essi ;)


spedizione lunga per via del corriere...per il resto tutto ok

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ancora rimanenti:

alimentatore corsair 600w v2 (45€)

scheda madre ga-z68-x-ud3h-b3 (90€)

8gb ram ddr gskill sniper (30€)

masterizatore bluray (30€)

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La scheda la prendo io!!! Ma aspetta a spedirmela che se riesco prendo pure ali e RAM! Mandami dati per poter pagare!

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La scheda la prendo io!!! Ma aspetta a spedirmela che se riesco prendo pure ali e RAM! Mandami dati per poter pagare!

Errore mio scusa resta a 90

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Caro Giacomo,

una sola parola: SPETTACOLO!


Il masterizzatore è arrivato, impacchettato a dovere, tenuto molto bene e la spedizione velocissima.


Per cui, come un bambino, aspetterò l'arrivo della sera per montarlo nel mio bel server, per poi (finalmente) poter rippare un po' di blu-ray che non aspettano altro.


Buona giornata e grazie mille



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Ciao, scusa per il ritardo ma non trovavo più il messaggio. Comunque la RAM è ancora disponibile, oltre 30€ compresa spedizione non posso scendere mi dispiace...

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