View Full Version : FS: VOODOO Computer P3 - 733

09-11-2004, 04:42 PM
*UPDATE* Windows XP Professional and Office XP Small Business Edition installed. This baby is ready to go! Note: No software CDs will be included...cause I need them for my new computer. And they were installed using legitimate CDs and serials.

*UPDATE* Will include Microsoft Wireless Optical Blue Mouse and Microsoft USB Natrual Elite keyboard! $300 takes it!

*UPDATE* Since nobody wanted the SCSI CD-R anyways, I'm just gonna include it with this computer. So yea, now you get a 8X SCSI CD Writer for the same price!

*UPDATE* Got a new video card for it. GeForce 4 64mb DDR ram. Everything works wonders right now!

Hey, I got a Voodoo Comp for sale.

Here's some specs:
- Pentium III - 733Mhz
- 512MB of RAM (1-256MB DIMM and 2-128MG DIMMs) I believe the maximum capacity is 768MB but it might be 1.5GB, not too sure on that one.
- Pioneer Slot Loading 10X DVD-ROM drive (Like cd players in your car, no tray)
- 20GB IBM hard drive (7200RPM)
- NVidia GeForce4 MX440 DDR with 64MB of RAM
- Soundblaster's audio card. No idea what the specs are cause I never really listened to much stuff on my computer but it's got a lot of ports on the rear of it.
- 250Watt Power supply
- 10/100 Ethernet card

Here's some notes about the computer:
- Does not include a monitor
- Does not include any driver CDs and/or manuals
- Includes 1 power cable
- The missing front bay cover as been replaced with the CD writer. All rear PCI slot covers are still missing =) - See photo below (I removed these to get better airflow through my computer. Was on the floor in my very hot room and now I have no idea where they are)
- Cleaned it often so there's really no dust accumulation
- Case in excellent condition
- Wiring inside is "somewhat" neat compared to current voodoo wiring. Actually, no, compared with current Voodoo wiring it's a freakin' mess but compared with normal computer's wiring it's really neat and tidy - see photo below
- Freshly cleaned, very little dust.
- Has been a very reliable computer for me for both school and work and play

Asking $300 o.b.o.

09-11-2004, 04:44 PM
Second Pic

09-11-2004, 04:45 PM
A pic of the rear

09-11-2004, 04:46 PM
General pick of the case

09-15-2004, 04:55 PM
Bumpty Bump Bump

09-15-2004, 05:51 PM
Dont mean to low ball but would you take 100 for it?

09-15-2004, 05:53 PM
nvm sorry to lowball ya

09-15-2004, 05:57 PM
that is some nice wiring, though...

09-15-2004, 06:08 PM
hey man, i'm interested. what is the lowest you can do on it? lmk ASAP

09-20-2004, 04:06 PM
*UPDATE* Check it out above!

10-01-2004, 10:45 PM
I'll give you $200 CASH