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Josh-D. S. Davis

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Please take these computers and UPS away
Josh 201604 KWP
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IBM Aptiva 2194-BAB with 256M ram, P3 800EB running at 533MHz, DVD burner, floppy, 80GB EIDE Maxtor, 100mbit ether, USB2 card
Gigabyte/IBM motherboard, 1 free slot, Integrated AGP - no AGP slot, Supports up to 512MB ram, Supports Win2k and below
300Watt power (Was 70 watts)
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Asus CUSL2-M, 128MB (Up to 768), Celeron 533, AGP 4x or 8x slot, integrated everything
Motherboard shows overvolt on 5vdc but runs fine for long durations.
70 watts (insufficient - could swap back with aptiva)
15GB EIDE
Room for 12 drives plus a double-stack power supply.
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Dell Dimension XPS R400 with 233MHz PII card installed.
Spare Celeron 533 (max supported) on slocket card included
about 128 megs of ram and 30GB hard disk
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Many of the parts have been shuffled around to the wrong system.
There are parts here to have three fully functioning machines.
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There are other misc parts I'm tossing in to make things complete;
however, I really don't feel like doing final assembly on these.
Everything was working when pulled.
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Also included is a 3kVA 30-amp UPS which still holds a charge.
Produces a good amount of heat under load, so make sure it's not buried under wool in the back of a closet.
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I'd like to sell all of this, together, as a bundle, for $150.
Has to be local pick-up.
Reply here if interested.
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I may be interested in your offer. I live in the North Dallas area, not far from the 35/635 interchange. Could you provide the brand and model of the UPS before I make any sort of commitment? Thanks!

The brand is Powercom and the product is KingMax with a part number of KIN-3000AP.
It has:
- 5 or 6 foot cord w/ 30 amp, 120v twistlock plug.
- one 30-amp, 120V twistlock receptacle
- two 15-amp, 120v circuits (4 plugs)
- Phone line in and out.
- Serial port.
- Cover plate for some sort of upgrade option.
- Steel case with plastic front panel.

The front panel likes to come loose at the top. It came that way, but I think it's a clip inside missing or broken.

The battery definitely doesn't live up to spec; however, I got 30-45 mins 3 months ago with the following load:
- Dell P4 2.8GHz, AGP, WinXP, mostly idle, 2x 300GB disks, 1x 50gb disk
- 17" TFT display, awake.
- Oscillating fan
- Asus w/ 350 watt supply, 10x 7200RPM SCSI drives
- 17W flourescent lamp.
- DSL modem + Linksys wireless router
- Cordless phone.

It puts off a decent amount of heat and it's pretty heavy.

I might even have the receipt somewhere, but since it's out of warranty, I can't promise.

I have 10ga romex, 30 amp, 120v single phase twist lock receptacle, and a J-Box to fit if you're looking to do wiring, but you'll need your own breaker.

I live in Lake Dallas, which is I-35E just north of Lewisville Lake. I'm in town Thu-Sun.

Great! Thank you for being up-front about the UPS' condition. I'd be more than happy to take the equipment off your hands for the $150.

Please feel free to contact me privately at youshou_at_sbcglobal_dot_net so that you can detail the information I'll need for pick-up and preferred payment method. I will also be out of town for most of this upcoming week, so I think that perhaps some time next Friday (3/31) in the early afternoon or Saturday (4/1) afternoon might be the best time for me. Please let me know! Thanks!

Great! I sent you an email with my phone # and such. I'll give you directions and everything when you call Fri or Sat. We're going out for pho right now, but we'll be back by around 2:30 if you have any questions.

Thanks!

-Josh

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