*new* Custom Shuttle Xpc, P4 3.0, 1g
Posted 01 February 2005 - 12:33 PM
I have not posted much on this site, so if you would like to see my credentials, you can check my ebay feedback (wwwebloocom). You can see that I have 100% positive feedback for more than 50 transactions.
You can also email me for more information about what I am selling, or if you would like a quote for a custom system (you name what you want, I will get back to you with a price). My email is VikingguyMI AT hotmail DOTCOM.
On to the real business of things.........................................................................
ASKING PRICE: $1600.00 shipped (within U.S.) (See bottom for complete transaction details)
Simple system specifications: (See advanced specifications below)
Case, Motherboard, Power Supply: Shuttle XPC SS56GV2
Processor: Pentium 4 Prescott 3.0 GHz. 800Mhz Front Side Bus, 1MB L2 Cache
Memory: 1GB (2x512MB) Crucial DDR 400 Ram
Graphics: Geforce 6600 GT AGP 8X 128MB DDR with HDTV-Out and DVI by Chaintech
Sound: Realtek 6 Channel Onboard Sound
Hard Drive: Maxtor DiamondMax Plus 9 Series 160 GB 7200 RPM UltraATA/133 IDE Drive
Display:AG Neovo 17in LCD Monitor
Optical Drive:Samsung DVD 16x + CDRW 52x32x52 Combination Drive with Nero Software
Floppy/Memory Card Reader: Mitsumi 7-in-1 internal floppy/memory card reader combination drive
Keyboard/Mouse: Thermaltake Xaser Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combination
Operating System: Windows Xp Home OEM
Case, Motherboard, Power Supply:
Dimension (L)300*(W)200*(H)185 2.85Kg (N.W.) 4.65Kg (G.W.)
Front Panel USB2 x 2
MIC x 1
Line in x 1
1394 x 1
Earphone x 1
Back Panel PS/2 Keyboard & Mouse x 1
Serial Port x 2
LAN Port x 1
USB x 2
1394 x 2
SPDIF x 1
VGA x 1
Extension Bay 5.25" * 1, 3.5" * 2
CPU Socket 478 Pentium 4 & Celeron 400/533/800MHz FSB
Chipsets North bridge: SiS661FX South bridge:SIS 963L
Memory DDR 266/333/400 * 2
VGA: SiS Real 256E core
Audio: Realtek ALC 650 6 channel audio
Expansion Slot: PCI x 1
8XAGP x 1
IDE interface ATA-133
Power 200W (PFC)
Module Size: 512MB
Package: 184-pin DIMM
Feature: DDR PC3200
Configuration: 64Meg x 64
DIMM Type: Unbuffered
Error Checking: Non-parity
NVIDIA GeForce 6600 GT
128MB DDR3 SDRAM
8x AGP supports
500 MHz engine clock
900 MHz memory clock
DVI-I + HDTV & TV-out
Panel Size 17" (432mm)
Brightness 260cd/m2 (Typical)
Contrast Ratio 450:1 (Typical)
Viewing Angle (H/V) 150o / 135o (Typical)
Display Resolution SXGA 1280 x 1024
Input Signal Analog
Response Time 4ms / 12ms (Typical)
Net Dimension 377 x 373 x 200mm (14.9" x 14.7" x 7.9")
Net Weight 5.0Kg (11.0lbs)
Data Transfer Rate Record CD : 52X (7,800 KB/sec)
Rewrite CD : 32X (4,800 KB/sec)
Read CD : 52X (7,800 KB/sec)
Read DVD : 16X (21,600 KB/sec)
Burst Transfer Rate PIO Mode 4 (16.6MB/sec)
DMA Mode 2 (16.6MB/sec)
UDMA Mode 2 (33.3MB/sec)
Average Access Time DVD : 120ms CD : 110ms
Supported Disc Formats DVD-RAM, DVD-R/RW, DVD-ROM, DVD-Viedo,
CD-R/RW, CD-ROM/XA, CD-ROM, Video-CD, CD-I, Photo CD, CD-DA,
Buffer Memory 2MB
Dimensions (WxHxD mm) 148.2 x 42 x 184
Floppy/Memory Card Reader:
support disk: FDD (1MB/2MB), Compact Flash (Type1 & 2), MicroDrive,
Secure Digital, MultiMedia Card, MemoryStick, SmartMedia
data transfer rate FDD: 500 KB/S Max
Memory Card:12Mb/s Max
temperature +5 to +40 deg. C (during operation)
interface FDD: 34-pins standard interface
Memory Card: USB 2.0 full-speed compliant (12MB/S)
humidity 20 to 80% (during operation)
mounting screw type M3 x 0.5 L: 6mm Max
current consumption (FDD) Drive motor starting: 0.78 A Max
Stand-by: 0.01 A Max
Operation: 0.8 A Max
(Memory) Suspend: 2.5 mA Max
Operation: 500 mA Max
power supply voltage 4.75V/Min, 5.25V/Max
power requirement DC 5V
*This device is bus-powered device with USB specification
*The power must be supplied from host or self-powered hub
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Purchasing: If you would like to make an offer, please PM me, post a reply to this topic, or email me at VikingguyMI AT hotmail DOTCOM. If you would like to change/upgrade any components before purchasing, or would like a quote for the change/upgrade, please feel free to contact me via any of the above-mentioned methods.
Payment: PAYPAL is one of the fastest methods of transmitting money and is what I insist on using to accept payment. Regretably, it is expensive to accept credit card payments using a business account. As such, please notify me if you intend on using a credit card through paypal, if so I must charge an additional $10- to help keep fees low. If you do not intend on using a credit card (i.e. a bank account transfer instead), I have a personal Paypal account that you will be sending payment to. There is no additonal fee for this.
In short: PAYPAL is how I will accept payment.
If you pay with credit card: Payment + $10- fee --> My Business Account
If you pay with bank transfer: Payment only --> My Personal Account
Shipping: As the offer stands now, I will ship the computer system at no additional charge to the buyer via USPS Priority anywhere in the United States (including AK and HI).
Please contact me with any comments or questions. Thank you.
Posted 01 February 2005 - 09:08 PM
Sure I found some Stock Pics:
Let me know if you have any more questions.
Posted 02 February 2005 - 11:12 PM
Posted 03 February 2005 - 01:35 AM
I do not build the systems ahead of time because I want to give my buyers the opportunity to customize any or all of the components I built it with.
If I were to build the system ahead of time, and the customer wanted to upgrade something, I would be stuck with the part that the upgrade replaced, plus I would have to make another order for the upgrade part(s). ( I do not keep parts in stock, I don't have the room or the capital )
At any rate, I have found this method to be the best... I order the parts as soon as I see the paypal transfer went through. The parts are shipping 2 day air, I recieve them 4 business days after I order them. I need 1-2 days to build the system and run all of the testing. Then I ship the system priority as soon as it is build. You are looking at 7-10 business days tops from the minute you pay to the minute you receive the entire system.
I hope this all makes sense.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Feel free to make an offer too, you can post them here or PM or email me.
Posted 03 February 2005 - 02:58 AM
I will consider the offer and get back to you.
Posted 04 February 2005 - 10:25 AM
I am lowering price to $1450
Please let me know if you are interested.
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