Everything $5 -- HDs, RAM, expansion boards, AV cards and peripherals

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Everything $5 -- HDs, RAM, expansion boards, AV cards and peripherals

- Prices do NOT include shipping (from Phila, PA 19123)
- PayPal preferred; USPS Money Order also accepted; No other forms of payment
- PayPal verified (350+); all-positive eBay feedback of +312 as "mattruben"

* EVERYTHING $5 *
* MINIMUM ORDER $10 (i.e. two items/lots) *
* Items in good working condition unless otherwise noted *

CONTENTS:
(1) HARD DRIVES AND CD-ROM DRIVES
(2) PROCESSORS, BOARDS, AND EXPANSION CARDS
(3) RAM
(4) PERIPHERALS AND CABLES

(1) HARD DRIVES AND CD-ROM DRIVES

Internal HDs -- all Mac formatted, low-profile and reformattable with standard Apple utility:

SCSI, 50-pin:
- Apple/Quantum 1.2GB (Fireball)
- APS/Quantum 1GB (Fireball)
- Lot of TWO: Apple/Quantum 250MB plus Apple/Quantum (ProDrive ELS) 160MB

IDE/ATA:
- Apple/Quantum (Fireball ST) 1.6GB
- Apple/Quantum (Fireball TM) 1.2GB
- Lot of TWO: Apple/Quantum 850MB + Apple/Quantum 500MB (ProDrive)

CD-ROM Drives:
- Apple 300i Plus, 2X internal SCSI CD-ROM drive, tray load, with sled (most Macs) or rails (Power Mac 7100, Quadra/Centris 650)
pic: http://homepage.mac.com/mruben/macstuff/PhotoAlbum49.html

- Apple 2X internal SCSI CD-ROM drive, caddy load, with TWO caddies, and with sled (most Macs) or rails (Power Mac 7100, Quadra/Centris 650)
pic: http://homepage.mac.com/mruben/macstuff/PhotoAlbum49.html

(2) PROCESSORS, BOARDS, AND EXPANSION CARDS

- Power Mac 8100 motherboard (can configure RAM at extra cost)

- Apple HPV PDS video card for 7100-8100, fully populated with extra VRAM
Pic: http://homepage.mac.com/mruben/macstuff/PhotoAlbum48.html

- RasterOps 24XLi NuBus video card. 24-bit color, works with 68k Macs and NuBus Power Macs, supports resolutions up to 1152x870
Pic: http://homepage.mac.com/mruben/macstuff/PhotoAlbum48.html

- AV Assembly for 7500-7600-8600. A/V in and out for an 8600; A/V in and audio out for a 7500 or 7600.
Pic: http://homepage.mac.com/mruben/macstuff/PhotoAlbum48.html

- Apple A/V card for 5400-5500-6360-6400-6500.
Pic: http://homepage.mac.com/mruben/macstuff/PhotoAlbum48.html

- Focus Enhancements video-out assembly for 5400-5500-6360-6400-6500.
Pic: http://homepage.mac.com/mruben/macstuff/PhotoAlbum48.html

- Apple Comm Slot II ethernet card (4400-5400-5500-6360-6400-6500).
Pic: http://homepage.mac.com/mruben/macstuff/PhotoAlbum48.html

- Apple Comm Slot I ethernet card (575-580-630-6200-6300).
Pic: http://homepage.mac.com/mruben/macstuff/PhotoAlbum48.html

- Asante LC-PDS ethernet card. Works with Apple's native drivers.
Pic: http://homepage.mac.com/mruben/macstuff/PhotoAlbum48.html

- FPU, Motorola 68882 33MHz FPU chip for many '030 Macs.
Pic: http://homepage.mac.com/mruben/macstuff/PhotoAlbum48.html

- Lot of THREE 68LC040 CPUs, 33MHz
Pic of two of them: http://homepage.mac.com/mruben/macstuff/PhotoAlbum47.html

- Lot of THREE 120MHz 604e CPU cards for PCI Power Macs (7300-9600 range).
Pic of two of them: http://homepage.mac.com/mruben/macstuff/PhotoAlbum47.html

- Performa/LC 580 logic board, analog board, control box and speakers
Pic: http://homepage.mac.com/mruben/macstuff/PhotoAlbum47.html

- Performa/LC 575 analog board only
(virtually identical in appearance to 580 a/b, above)

- Color Classic motherboard (working) and analog board (NOT working) (good PSU and video circuitry on the analog board; monitor sense lines appear to be screwy)
Pic of mobo: http://homepage.mac.com/mruben/macstuff/PhotoAlbum47.html

- Quadra 700 motherboard with 68LC040 CPU
Pic: http://homepage.mac.com/mruben/macstuff/PhotoAlbum47.html

(3) RAM

- 32MB 72-pin SIMM (I have four; one for $5, two for $10, all four for $17)

- Matched pair 16MB 72-pin SIMMs (32MB total)

- Matched Pair 16MB 168-pin FPM DIMMs (32MB total)

- 4MB and 8MB 72-pin SIMMs - take as many as you want (within reason) for $5. I have more than a dozen 4MB SIMMs and at least four 8MB SIMMs, most in matched pairs.

(4) PERIPHERALS AND CABLES

- Powerbook SCSI adapter. I have two, both unused. One is for connecting external SCSI devices. The other is dockable with a switch. Your choice; each one is $5.
Pic: http://homepage.mac.com/mruben/macstuff/PhotoAlbum49.html

- Gravis Mousestick II ADB joystick. I have two of these, one with original box and one without box, but with a Bobby Unser racing game CD. Your choice; each one is $5.
Pic: http://homepage.mac.com/mruben/macstuff/PhotoAlbum49.html

- US Robotics 33.6 Sportster Voice Serial Modem
Pic: http://homepage.mac.com/mruben/macstuff/PhotoAlbum29.html

Includes box, packing, AC adapter, modem cable, CD, manual, phone cord

- Apple Audiovision monitor cable - for connecting Audiovision monitor to a "normal" Mac other than the PPC 61-71-8100 series. Connects to HDI45 port on Audiovision monitor, breaks out into DB5 monitor, ADB, mic in and speaker out.

- PhoneNet 6-node Localtalk network equipment. Used for making a cheap and easy localtalk/Appletalk network among Macs and/or printers with serial ports.
- 6 Farallon PhoneNet Plus localtalk connectors
- 2 PhoneNet terminators
- 4 RJ11 phone cables
- 10 RJ11 cable splitters/combiners

Honestly I don't know what the splitters/combiners are for. But there's enough PhoneNet equipment here to network 6 devices -- 6 Macs, or 5 Macs and a printer, or 4 Macs and two printers, etc.

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Hmm...

I've sent you a private message.

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I've sent a PM about a few th

I've sent a PM about a few things.

Thanks,
Dave

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