Free old server HW - Just pay shipping

I’ve got some old server boards which I’m planning on sending for disposable. If anyone wants them let me know, cover the shipping cost and they are yours!

Board 1:
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Board 2:
Supermicro x7 - Dual core C2D 2GB RAM

Board 3:
Supermicro x7 - Dual core C2D 2GB RAM

I’m in the UK but can ship anywhere if costs are covered.

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Comments

  • I know it hurts. but just dispose them already. ;-)

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  • Ohh gosh this stuff is old. Older than 10 year hardware. I wonder who's looking for this but good luck, better than throwing right into the bin.

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    edited December 2021

    Wrong account...

  • @Falzo said:
    I know it hurts. but just dispose them already. ;-)

    I don’t like throwing stuff away if people can use it!

    @webcraft said:
    Ohh gosh this stuff is old. Older than 10 year hardware. I wonder who's looking for this but good luck, better than throwing right into the bin.

    I’d expect the x3430 to go - I’ve got 8GB DDR3 to throw in with it.

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  • I considered the X3430 for playing with - that's an ATX board isn't it?

    But then I've also been trying to have a clear out myself...

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    @Mr_Tom said:
    I considered the X3430 for playing with - that's an ATX board isn't it?

    But then I've also been trying to have a clear out myself...

    Yeah its ATX, if you want it let me know!

  • @jamesmd said: I don’t like throwing stuff away if people can use it!

    that's the thing. people can NOT use it, get over it. we all have stuff like that in our basement and feel bad about letting it go to waste because it might still work and such. trust me. you might get it out of your sight. it will clog another basement or movement box soon.

    rather take care that it gets properly recycled - THAT might make a difference. ;-)

    no offense buddy, just sayin'

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  • I used to have some old laptops from 1995 at home. I got them in 2010 😂 I run Winamp once and never seen them again.

    Just get rid of them.

  • The X3430 Board has gone - I doubt anyone is going to want the x7 stuff so it will be going for disposal next week.

  • edited February 8

    @Falzo said:

    @jamesmd said: I don’t like throwing stuff away if people can use it!

    that's the thing. people can NOT use it, get over it. we all have stuff like that in our basement and feel bad about letting it go to waste because it might still work and such. trust me. you might get it out of your sight. it will clog another basement or movement box soon.

    rather take care that it gets properly recycled - THAT might make a difference. ;-)

    no offense buddy, just sayin'

    But good computers are meant to run forever.
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  • Personally, I consider anything older than Haswell level garbage in 2022.

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  • @deank said:
    Personally, I consider anything older than Haswell level garbage in 2022.

    Intel 3rd gen i7's still fine assuming you don't mind the exploits older hardware has.

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  • Personally, I consider anything older than Skylake level garbage in 2022.

    NVMe2G for life!
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