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FS: Mac Pro (2x 2.8 Quad Xeon, 10Gb RAM, 8800GT etc)...

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Well,


I've decided to sell my much loved Mac Pro and it is currently up on eBay, just thought I'd post up the link up here to see if anyone is interested.

The listing says it all really, but if you are interested feel free to post in this thread, PM me or message me on eBay...

Here is the link to the listing.

I'll be getting a 17" MBP if/when she goes so I'll still be hanging around these great forums! :D

Thanks for your interest!
 
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thats an awful lot for a used mac pro. heck a new mac pro is cheaper than the buy it now for yours. and a new quad core is cheaper than the bid price.
 
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Good luck with the sale, your not that far from me.
 
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Mac Sold. :)

Thanks for your interest.
 

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thats an awful lot for a used mac pro. heck a new mac pro is cheaper than the buy it now for yours. and a new quad core is cheaper than the bid price.

Remember...computers in the UK (new or used) sell for more than in the United States.

- Nick
 

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Thanks Nick.

It was actually a fair bit cheaper than a few others with the a bit less spec/warranty.
 

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