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    Raven's CPU Store

    I've got dozens of CPUs and they're just waiting for YOU to buy them. </salesman>

    But really, I do, and I'd love for them to stop sitting around and be owned by someone who could use them - especially if it nets me some money.

    I've got AMD, Intel, and Cyrix.. a few strays from other brands, but that's the bulk of them.

    I've got:
    - V20
    - 80387
    - 80486 (all varieties, fast, slow, double clocked, triple clocked, etc.)
    - Am5x86 (ADW 133s)
    - Pentium (Socket 5 and 7)
    - K5 (I think I've only got one of these around, might have none left)
    - K6
    - K6-II
    - Pentium II
    - K6-III
    - Celeron (P3 Class)
    - Pentium III (Tualatin and older)
    - Pentium 4 (various speeds, ~5 in stock)
    - Core 2 Duo (3ghz, only one in stock, $115+shipping)

    If what you're looking for isn't on this list, it's very probable that I have it anyway, but it's in a machine at the moment. One exception is the 80286, I only have one box that uses it, my 5170, and the chip will not part from that machine.
    Last edited by Raven; January 22, 2011, 08:51 PM.
    More commonly known as "Yushatak" - www.yushatak.com
    Focused on 486 and Pentium Machines
    I collect All-In-One PCs and Keyboard PCs, especially Compaq.

    #2
    I've been on a long time search for a 10 MHz NEC V20, if you ever come across any.

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      #3
      Originally posted by vwestlife View Post
      I've been on a long time search for a 10 MHz NEC V20, if you ever come across any.
      Have one in my hands right now.

      More commonly known as "Yushatak" - www.yushatak.com
      Focused on 486 and Pentium Machines
      I collect All-In-One PCs and Keyboard PCs, especially Compaq.

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        #4
        I might be interested in buying a few CPUs: 486, Pentium and K6.
        Do you have a more complete of what you have for sale? Prices?

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          #5
          Got an 8087-1 and / or a 486 sx / dx 33 / 40 / 50? (NOT DX2, single multiplier). Thanks.

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            #6
            Originally posted by DrSwizz View Post
            I might be interested in buying a few CPUs: 486, Pentium and K6.
            Do you have a more complete of what you have for sale? Prices?
            Prices based on offers, if you can't come up with an offer ask me about a specific chip and I'll come up with a starting offer. I don't have a more complete list, sorry, it would take a very long time to list every chip. Let me know what speed/variety of 486, Pentium, and K6 you're interested in in a PM and what you're willing to pay and we'll begin a transaction.

            Originally posted by MV75 View Post
            Got an 8087-1 and / or a 486 sx / dx 33 / 40 / 50? (NOT DX2, single multiplier). Thanks.
            1. No
            2. Yes (DX33)
            More commonly known as "Yushatak" - www.yushatak.com
            Focused on 486 and Pentium Machines
            I collect All-In-One PCs and Keyboard PCs, especially Compaq.

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              #7
              any chance that you have a K63-550+ ? if so, are you selling it for a REASONABLE price?

              also looking for a matched set of P2-333's and if possible a pair of 900mhz p3 xeons (2.8v versions)
              It is a mistake to think you can solve any major problems just with potatoes.

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                #8
                I don't have any P2s or Xeons, sorry. I may have a K6-III-550 (I presume the plus means "or higher"), but if I do it's in a machine. I see you have some kind of price constraint in mind, please shoot me a PM containing some idea of what you'd offer for one if I do have it, and if it sounds reasonable to me as well I'll look around in some machines and see.
                More commonly known as "Yushatak" - www.yushatak.com
                Focused on 486 and Pentium Machines
                I collect All-In-One PCs and Keyboard PCs, especially Compaq.

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                  #9
                  its not that I have a price restriction per say, I'm building "best of socket 7" setup. looks like this:
                  http://www.chipdb.org/data/media/66/...R_chipfans.JPG

                  http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/K6-III...2B-550ACR.html

                  when I see them on ebay they are always overpriced. there is one online now for $100. Its been there for 3 months... :P
                  It is a mistake to think you can solve any major problems just with potatoes.

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                    #10
                    What is the condition of the 387 and how much?
                    Rough estimates in the OP would help

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                      #11
                      Can no longer edit OP, new rules and such. The 387 was functional when pulled, it's in fair physical condition and should still be working. Here's a picture:


                      As you can see it's a 16-25Mhz rated part, a pretty versatile one. The only 387 I own, so I don't know if this is the norm, but it sounds nice.

                      And here's the only thing "wrong" (functionally), slightly bent contact(s) on one side.. I don't think it would even affect the chip, but they could be bent back into place anyway:


                      (That line in the top right is a small hair or cloth, there are no cracks/etc. aside from the small notches in the plastic on the top which are purely cosmetic.

                      PM to make offers.

                      there is one online now for $100. Its been there for 3 months... :P
                      Rofl. This here is the problem with eBay, people who don't research the current *going* value of what they sell. Personally I always do, and then I undercut it by at least a dollar. Things sell!
                      More commonly known as "Yushatak" - www.yushatak.com
                      Focused on 486 and Pentium Machines
                      I collect All-In-One PCs and Keyboard PCs, especially Compaq.

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                        #12
                        is it best to send a list of what i'm looking for or what i already have

                        mainly interested in Pentiums & K6 family

                        Edit.. here what I'm looking for in socket 5 & 7


                        SX878 A80502-75
                        SX977 A80502-75
                        SU070 BP80502-75
                        SU098 BP80502-75
                        SK123 A8050290
                        SL2WW A80502-90
                        SX653 A80502-90
                        SX874 A80502-90
                        SX921 A80502-90
                        SX922 A80502-90
                        SX942 A80502-90
                        SX943 A80502-90
                        SX944 A80502-90
                        SU031 BP80502-90
                        SX886 A80502-100
                        SX910 A80502-100
                        SX956 A80502-100
                        SK084 A80502120
                        SK110 A80502120
                        SY008 A80502120
                        SK103 A80502133
                        SY082 A80502133
                        SL26W FV80503133
                        SU122 BP80502150
                        SL26V A80503166
                        SL2HX BP80503166
                        SL26H FV80503166
                        SL27M FV80503166
                        SL25H BP80502200
                        SL26Q BP80503200
                        SL274 BP80503200
                        SL2FQ BP80503200
                        SL2WK FV80503200
                        Last edited by Neon_WA; February 2, 2011, 10:25 PM.
                        There are 10 types of people in this world:
                        those who understand binary and those who don't. ~Author Unknown

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                          #13
                          Just got two P2 boxes in, I now have two 350Mhz P2s (identical) as well as the other P2s I had.

                          Neon_WA: I was so sure I'd have at least one of those, but no. I have a S4 goldtop (SX948 ) S5 goldtop (SX961) and a dozen or more other Pentiums, though.
                          More commonly known as "Yushatak" - www.yushatak.com
                          Focused on 486 and Pentium Machines
                          I collect All-In-One PCs and Keyboard PCs, especially Compaq.

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                            #14
                            How much for the 387sx coprocessor and 5x86? I'm very interested and serious in purchasing if they are still available...
                            '. \ / .'
                            '. .'``'. .'
                            ......:::::::`.....`::
                            Currently seeking a Compaq Deskpro 386

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                              #15
                              hay raven what speed is the 80387 if it's not spoken for?
                              *FrankG*

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