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 Post subject: Help with these boards
PostPosted: Thu Sep 13, 2018 12:45 pm 

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So I have an array of boards from various places that have been ripped apart over the last year. It'll cost me about 50 cents a pound to ship these in, so economically makes no sense to deal with anything here that isn't peripheral or better it seems.

For that, the board is going to need to be green on both sides at the least, yes?

Any brown board such as comes out of a power supply, CRT monitor, VCR, etc would be low grade, yes? I dump it off for a couple pennies at the local yard.

I've removed the batteries I know about in all the attached pictures, but browsing through the forums I see comments about batteries in pictures that I don't even see. If you spot one let me know.

I've attached pictures for any further questions:


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File comment: Those bottom pieces from flat screen monitors?
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File comment: That card in the lower left gold fingered?
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File comment: Those 2 boards stacked in the lower right?
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File comment: Upper 3 pieces on the right?
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File comment: Piece on lower left and upper right? The others being junk?
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File comment: Gold finger card on the right, anything useful with the other two?
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File comment: Smaller cards from that phone system. Is it the size or connection points that will push it to peripheral or something with the density of parts?
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File comment: Front and backs of these. Bunch of controller boards out the phones of the phone system I ripped apart.
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File comment: These from a phone system switch. Would they go as gold finger cards? Again with the ball I would normally think to pull off?
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File comment: That's a gold finger card at the top? And on the bottom, assuming it were enough to warrant going here, I would normally think to pull off something like that circled?
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File comment: An old AT board. I've removed that battery circled on the left, and I've been told I should remove all the chips like circled upper right?
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File comment: Remove these pink circled heat sinks? Similarly would I remove heat sinks from video cards?
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 15, 2018 6:36 pm 

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Basic question is if anything in those pictures look like peripheral or better?

Gonna have to get this stuff out of my shop, I have a bed I need to get started on soon. Thanks.


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 16, 2018 2:13 pm 

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I’ll be back. Try to do this today for you. Yes lots better than peripheral

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 19, 2018 2:04 pm 

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Just checking in. Anybody able to help me out on those?


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 19, 2018 9:40 pm 

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large if the contacts are copper or gold, peripheral; other 3 peripheral

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top don't know, flip it over, midgrade gold finger card, low grade

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the two network boards are peripheral, please pop the shields and heatsink off. The lower one MAY have a battery box on it. rest are midgrade.

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left top low grade
left bottom peripheral
right top peripheral
right middle up midgrade
right middle down peripheral
right bottom, depends on back, flip it
centre low grade

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left
peripheral
peripheral
peripheral/midgrade
midgrade
right
telco
telco

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left (switch)
peripheral
centre
peripheral
low grade (remove the copper, yes)
peripheral
right
peripheral
low grade
peripheral

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left midgrade
midgrade (nothing you can do so cut the pin section off for gold pin connector)
right peripheral

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right telco
left top peripheral
left bottom. midgrade with the screen on, may be better depending on the back with the screen off

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left peripheral
right midgrade
midgrade
silver/tin ram

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left midgrade (barely)
right peripheral

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these are really pushing the class premise but yes; gold finger card
top has limited ic but removing the copper spool and with the heavy gold port...
bottom has even less stuff but what it dose have is relatively decent.

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telco (remove the screwed on bracket here and do NOT remove ICs)
midgrade, like the other one further up the list just cut the port off.

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both peripheral. CAREFULLY remove the DALLAS box. it's a battery.

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midgrade
peripheral

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both peripheral

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both peripheral. Do cut the wire as clean as you can to separate them

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large socket, yes the circled IC and the three in the square sockets can be removed for IC rate.

metal socket. yes heatsinks need to be removed from the majority of items including this photo and video cards.

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