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Old 08-07-2013
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Default Chieftec Dragon_SOYO SY-K7VTA_AMD Athlon 1.33GHz For Sale

I acquired this old rig that I built many years ago from a relative. Everything seems to work. This is one heavy beast. Dragon case is in perfect condition, no dents. Runs Linux Ubuntu well.
Price: $100.00 PLUS Shipping & Handling.
NOTE: This unit is HEAVY & will cost a pretty penny to ship it.

Chieftec Dragon SOYO SY-K7VTA Pro V1.0 & AMD Athlon 1333MHz Desktop PC

OS: Linux Ubuntu v10.10

MS-DOS v7.10

MOTHERBOARD: SOYO SY-K7VTA Pro v1.0 Athlon/Duron Pentium-4 (P4) Socket-A/462 VIA KT133A 100/200/266MHz Front-Side Bus Ultra DMA/ATA-33/66/100 E-IDE 2/4X-AGP ATX Motherboard
The Soyo K7VTA-Pro Ver 1.0 KT133A Socket A motherboard comes with a dazzling amount of features. It supports the AMD SocketA processors up to XP 2600, has a 266MHz front side bus, onboard audio, 4X AGP, five PCI, 3 DIMM sockets that supports up to 1.5GB of SDRAM memory and has Ultra ATA100 support. PC100/PC133 SDRAM DIMM support

MOTHERBOARD DRIVERS: VIA Hyperion4in1450v.exe

CHIPSET: VIA KT-133A + 686B AGP chipset (NorthBridge), VT82C686B (SouthBridge)

CHIPSET DRIVERS: VIA Hyperion 4-in-1 v4.50 (Hyperion4in1450v.exe)

CPU: AMD Athlon (Thunderbird) A1333AMS3C 1333MHz (1.33GHz) Pentium-4 (P4) 3DNOW! MMX Socket-A/(462) Processor
CPU: AMD Athlon
DHD1300AMT1B 200FSB, 128K/L1, 64K/L2, .18/Mics, 106/Die, 25.18mil/Trans, 1.75/Volts
Package Type: PGA (A)
Operating Voltage (Nominal Core Voltage): 1.75V (M)
Die Temp. 9C-95C
L2 Cache Size: 64KB (1)
System-Bus (Front-Side Bus) Speed: 200MHz (B)
Max. Theoretical Thermal Power: 60.0W
Max Current (Icc) in Amperes: 34.3A

BIOS: Award KVTL2BA2.BIN (updated to from KVTL2BA1.BIN 06/23/2010)

CMOS BATTERY: Energizer CR-2032 3Volt Lithium (replaced 01/05/10)

MEMORY: Total RAM = 1,128MB (1.128GB) - 3 slots (each slot will accept 512MB - Max RAM = 1.5GB)
2 x Kingston 512MB ValueRAM KVR-PC133/512 9905121-006.ADO PC-133 (133MHz) 168-pin SDRAM DIMM
1 x Infineon 128MB PC-133 (133MHz) 168-Pin SDRAM DIMM

HDD: Cslash Seagate Barracuda 7200.7 ST3160023A 160GB 7200rpm E-IDE/PATA S/N:5JS9AGXV (MASTER) (OS)
HDD: Dslash Western Digital 80GB WD800JB-00JJC0 05.01C05 7200rpm E-IDE/PATA 133 (SLAVE) (Data)
HDD: xslash Maxtor 40GB 7200rpm E-IDE/PATA 133 (MS-DOS v7.10) (Not Connected)

DVD-R/W: xslash LG Super-Multi GH22NP21 v1.00 22X8X16X22X6X16X48X32X48X Black IDE Internal DVD-CD Writer (MASTER) (New - 09/20/2011)

CD-RW: xslash BusLink 4816A/151 48x16x48 High-Speed Multi-Read White E-IDE/PATA Internal CD-RW Drive (SLAVE)

FDD: Panasonic/Mitsumi JU-256A347P Rev.F 1.44MB 3.5" Internal Floppy Disk Drive

VIDEO: Pines/XFX NVIDIA GeForce4 MX440 64MB-DDR-RAM AGP-2x/4x Graphics Accelerator Video-Out AGP

SOUNDCARD/AUDIO: (onboard) Realtek AC'97 Audio for VIA (R) Audio Controller 3D-Stereo Sound Chip

LAN/NETWORK ADAPTER: Intel® PRO/1000 MT 10-100-1000T PCI Desktop Adapter

WIFI: AZIO AWU254 v1.0 802.11g Wireless USB Adapter

MODEM: Lucent Agere I56LVP-F50 56K/V92 Data/FAX/Voice (Generic SoftK56 Data Fax Voice) PCI Internal Modem

MOUSE: Microsoft Optical PS/2 2-Button Basic Scroller USB Mouse w/cord (New - 06/02/2010)

KEYBOARD: Gear Head KB2200B Quiet-Type Standard 107-Key Microsoft Windows Compatible PS/2 Keyboard (New - 06/30/2010)

POWER SUPPLY (PSU): RaidMax RX-380K 480Watt 12V ATX Power Supply

CASE: CHIEFTEC Dragon DA-01BD-U-OP Black Steel ATX Full Tower Computer Case

The Chieftec Dragon case is similar to this one, if not this exact one, and it may have a clear window on the removable side that locks.

NOTE: the unit is not at my home now, it's 200 miles away, and I haven't seen it in several years.

The case alone cost around $125.00 from TigerDirect when it was available.
We built about 4 or 5 of these units for family members. This is the only one left. This unit originally had Windows XP Home Edition SP3 upgrade (from Windows 98 SE) on it, but Windows got buggy and they lost the CD, and finally put Linux Ubuntu on it.
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Old 08-08-2013
shovenose shovenose is offline
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$100? What? Is that a joke? I can go to work (e-waste recycling company) and for $100 get a Core 2 Duo with a high quality PSU and a Windows XP key on it. Add $50 (shipping cost for yours) and add in a 320GB SATA disk and a DVDRW.

I mean, not trying to be rude, but come on.
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