IBM Aptvia

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avalanche
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IBM Aptvia

Postby avalanche » Sun May 15, 2016 6:37 pm

$250 for this :?: Offers or opinion welcome :D

Done some work on this today.
Out with x2 Teako caps / in with Panasonic 7k hour 3900uF
New Gelid extreme thermal paste.

Now the bad.

Hdd is noisy.
Rubber feet need doing on bottom of case.
12V rail of psu is a little low 11.75V but close to spec
NO mouse
NO base for monitor

Now the good.
Very tidy unit.
667e Celeron & approx 300mb ram
Blown out all the dust bunnies.
Has widow's COA sticker
Operating system going good with MS Office etc.
Speakers sound good with cd sound.
Monitor has good colour & buttons function.

http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread. ... 109&page=2
see post #82

No idea about keyboard functions......this one has extra's

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Washerman
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Re: IBM Aptvia

Postby Washerman » Mon May 16, 2016 9:27 pm

I'll bite - with an opinion ;) nice looking unit, but might be better off hoarding it or putting V2 SLI/V3 in for some retro gaming. Retro market seems to be a bit less competitive in Oz at the moment unless it's exotic eg Amiga/Atari, bargains to be had, and reasonably priced stuff not moving on eBay.

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Re: IBM Aptvia

Postby avalanche » Mon May 16, 2016 10:46 pm

Hehe yes I know " just an IBM " but it's that almost complete combo. See original in that link
All the ones on ebay are rubbish ie. $200 for a tower, not working not complete " insert happy :twisted: right here " with this one!


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