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 Post subject: SO. MANY. THINGS.
PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 12:21 am 

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@Lost - I apologize for the sheer volume here. These are either older than what I normally deal with or from applications I'm not used to (or have some heavy items throwing me) and so I'm not sure how to categorize.

I figure this might take you a bit to work through...appreciate your help.


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File comment: couple of boards attached...not sure what to do with this
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File comment: 200MB harddrive...any value other than scrapping the board?
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File comment: mostly junk but gold pins -- what is it?
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File comment: not much going on but the back has gold
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File comment: migrade?
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File comment: i assume that i486 doesn't have meaningful value?
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File comment: midgrade?
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File comment: multiple gold fingers and gold pins
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File comment: I assume low grade but looks like copper "paths"
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File comment: telco maybe?
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File comment: peripheral or too many caps and other items?
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File comment: lots of gold but not much else
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File comment: silver fingers
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File comment: silver...silver everywhere. what the heck is it? cant possibly be low grade can it?
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File comment: like nothing on this board -- even the gold finger is only one-sided
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File comment: GFC? wasn't sure bc of the two transformers
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File comment: what's up with all the silver? does that make it special?
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File comment: gold slots
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File comment: gold connectors on both ends on all but varying degrees of population
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 Post subject: Re: SO. MANY. THINGS.
PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 4:01 am 

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Ohh, old stuff. =)
I’ll get started here but some of these I need to go back over what I’ve sent or may need a second opinion, or e en Chris on.
So here we go:

29)telco. Snap the vertical board off. Remove wires and battery

28)remove all plastic. Separate the cards. Repost front and back for accurate ID

27)heavy. Lots of aluminium. Old seagates May have a cobalt magnet on the bottom. Most steel yards buy them even if they don’t take neodymium ones. Have a blue or green tint to them.

26)peripheral
25)readout board. More value than it looks. Peripheral

24)cut the wire. Little board mid grade big one peripheral

23)peripheral
22)yep mid grade

21)peripheral
20)peripheral. The SL isn’t the full CPU.


19)it’s a SATA board. First thought is cd/dvd class. Doesn’t look like a hard disk controller

18)probably mid grade.
17)gold finger card, remove the attached small board

16)was telco if full. Peripheral as is. Peripheral without the big ICs so remove them for IC rate. Leave the little ones alone

15)mid grade
14)remove that aluminium heat sink, keep it separate in your shipment. It may get an upgrade to mid grade depending on where the market is on reception. Had similar go both low and mid

13)mid grade
12)backplane
11)telco
10)mid grade

09)peripheral
08)mid grade
07)mid grade. Yank the wires off
06)cut the finger. Toss in telco. Board is low grade then. Don’t heat it. The traces are nickel lead.

05)peripheral
04)telco (barely)

03)it’s nickel lead, and it’s mid grade
02)oh so barely peripheral
01)Bare one is midgrade, I’d cut the connectors off (gold pin connector) and dump the resulting low grade board
Rest are peripheral

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 Post subject: Re: SO. MANY. THINGS.
PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 4:29 am 

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Like Zeppelin implied NOT all that glitters is gold. And as such not all that shines is silver. Keep those gloves on and wash up well when you’re done, with those lead ones.

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 Post subject: Re: SO. MANY. THINGS.
PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2018 4:02 pm 

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#28 separated


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 Post subject: Re: SO. MANY. THINGS.
PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2018 4:15 pm 

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Smaller one is mid grade
Larger one is telco.

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