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Random Give Away Thread

Do you also have a crap box and are hesitating to hand over your gems to the crap converter?
My stuff is located in Germany, so international shipping will spoil the idea.

Anyway, these are available for now:

1.) GPU card pulled from a working Windows XP box:

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AGB 4X Card

Specs:
Manufacturer: Connect 3D

Model: Radeon VE / Radeon 7000
8912-910 C3D 6011

GPU: RV100
GPU Clock Speed: 166.5MHz

Memory: 32MB DDR SDRAM
Memory Clock Speed 166.5MHz (DDR) 333MHz (effective)
Memory Interface 64 bit

Connector: 1x DVI-I 1x VGA D-Sub 1x S-Video
Slot: AGP 4x AGP Universal
Power Connector: none

2.) Some RAM bricks mostly 1GB:

Description

DDR 2

Description

DDR 2 1GB

Description

DDR PC3200

3.) Apple Microphone.
One is from PowerMac 7500 ( I think), no idea where the other one came from.

Description

Taken - by Don Pedro

Description

PC type with clips

4.) iMac Bondi blue mice.
You will recall the hockey puck design, one has a plastic cover "iCatch".

Description

Hockey puks

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That GPU seems potentially interesting for PowerMac pre-G5 owners, if the card can be flashed with a working Mac ROM. I don't know whether it can or not, though. But some people may want to look that up.

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If that Radeon can be flashed, apparently the System 7 Today guys made a special driver for it to run on Mac OS 7.6...

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I would like one of the microphones Smile I am however in the UK and I still see it as one country, until they push the date still further... I hope it qualifies!

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Sure, no objections. A letter (up to 500g) is € 3,70 from here to the UK.
Best send me an email for the details. katzekoko(at)googlemail(dot)com

As you can see, the other microphone is PC stuff.
Do you want that one too?

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Excellent, will email you right away Smile I only have use for the Mac micro though!

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I'm interested in the mice, but live in Australia. Would pay for shipping if it's not too pricey.

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Sure, I´ll have to figure that out.
A plain letter of weight below 500g is € 3,70 to Australia.

Problem is, DHL only wants us to use this service for documents or printed matter.
Other articles shall be sent by international parcel - which is much more expensive.

Mice do hit the 3cm height ceiling, therefore a parcel up to 2000g, any size, as long as sum of all three edge lengths is below 90cm, was needed.
Such a parcel calls for € 15,89 which presumably is above the value of the track ball mice. Sad

We could try our luck with a letter.
Worst case its "return to sender" and money for nothing.

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I'm willing to give it a shot if you are

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Which one?
Are you ready to pay for the international parcel?

The letter option is invalid for wares since 01.01.2019, no idea how much supervision is done by the carrier DHL.

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Just noting. The Apple mic in the giveaway pic is of an earlier version which was introduced bundled with the LC and other Macs from 1990 onwards until that mic model was replaced by one with a proprietary jack, I think still in the early to mid-1990's.

I own both types. The Apple Microphone and latter Apple PlainTalk Microphone with the extended jack plug.

I recall getting the later version bundled with my 630 DOS compatible, when new.