For Sale / For Trade - Pentium II gaming PC Voodoo 2

Jinroh

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I have a few things for sale at other sites, and figured these might have some crossover appeal so I figured maybe list them here.

I think these prices are fair, but don't mind negotiating to find a middle ground.

Also willing to trade.
Looking for an Octane 2 or maybe an O2, or another interesting piece, always like neat things.
Other than starting SGI systems, mainly collect Atari 8 and 16 bit PCs, so always looking for another that I do not have yet.


Specs:
Fresh Build - Brand new Case - $250 + shipping.

Pentium II - 400MHZ
Matsonic Motherboard
128MB RAM
S3 Integrated Graphics (2D)
12MB Voodoo 2 Card (3D) - (Black Magic Black PCB version)
Sony DVD-RW Drive - Matching Black Drive.
HDD
Brand new 900W Power Supply


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P2 - Build running Quake II and Final Fantasy VII (PC Port)
 
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Jinroh

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Thanks! Me too!

I put a lot of love and new components into building it. Runs Mid to Late ‘90s games like a dream.

The Voodoo 2 card alone sells for $150-$200 so already you are ahead.

If no takers I will keep it, but it would make a killer machine for someone else. I do not necessarily need 2 Pentium II gaming rigs.
 
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Jinroh

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When I sell here I just try and break even, because you guys are awesome.

It has been a while since I built this so my bad for asking $100 too much. Memory gets hazy when you get older. XD

So asking $250 for the P2 machine.

And still open to trades!
 

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