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[USA-MD][H] 7 LGA 775 CPU Keychains: Working Core2Quad Q6600, E2200, and Pentium 4, \\ Vintage Intel CPUs, DDR1 and vintage RAM [W] $5 PayPal/BTC or less shipped for each keychain

All the LGA 775 CPUs were cleaned and tested.
Timestamps for LGA CPUs
Only the Core2Quad Q6600, E2200, and Pentium4 were confirmed to work: Proof

Thanks everyone! All CPUs sold! (more to come in a few days)

Also have a bunch of rings if anyone wants keychained RAM
Item description/additional pictures Price/ availability
Core2Quad Q6600 Tested and confirmed working 4 cores, pulled from a working system (my little brothers). If someone is crazy enough to want a keychain of this, I will drill it for free. Pictures $15 shipped SOLD!
E2200 Tested and confirmed to work Pictures SOLD
Pentium 4 LGA 775, @2.8GHZ Tested and confirmed working Pictures SOLD
Other 4 LGA 775 CPU's These LGA CPUs did not POST and will be made into keychains. PICTURES SOLD!
Vintage Intel CPUs some have bent pins, one is really cool, with a window to see the internals $10 shipped for all SOLD!
Old RAM Included is DDR1 400 512mb sticks for 2gb total. I can drill holes in all of these is someone wants. Pictures $7 shipped for all
Also, with PayPal fees+ shipping on my part, a fee-less method such as Bitcoin or PayPal Friends/family is preferred
Please feel free to ask me any questions or special requests. Edit:

Thanks for all the interest so far! These are selling like hotcakes

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$600-800+ gaming / programming build

What will you be doing with this PC?
I'm looking to build a computer for mostly gaming (primarily StarCraft II, and games on a similar level, but I want it to last me a while, if it can) with the ability to concurrently stream or run FRAPS, but also for programming (including applications with 2D graphics involved), and some casual-level audio/video recording/editing.
What is your maximum preferred budget?
I'd prefer to spend $600-800, but am not opposed to going up to $900, or maybe even $1000 if the difference in performance is significant enough across the jump.
When do you plan on building/buying the PC?
After another week or two for accumulating funds, I'd like to amass the components as soon as I know what I want. I can first make a practical trip to Microcenter in about two weeks
What, exactly, do you need included in the budget?
I need pretty much all of the internals. I have peripherals like keyboard, mouse, and monitor lined up for me already. I'm all set on an OS, too. I also have a case already (NZXT Phantom 410). Oh, and I have an optical disc drive taken care of, as well.
Which country will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in the US, are you near a Microcenter store?
I am in the US, and I am near an Microcenter.
If reusing any parts, what parts will you be reusing?
I'm not sure if I'm discouraged from doing this here, but I have the following pieces which, if they are suitable for a build in at my target level, I can use (I don't know specs very well). If any or all are terribly outdated, I have no problem buying an upgrade:
—Case: NZXT Phantom 410
—PSU: LiteOn PS-5251-08
—Motherboard: MCP73M02H1
—CPU: Pentium E2200 Dual Core 2.20GHz
—GPU: Radeon HD 4670 1GB
—RAM: one 2GB stick, and one 1GB stick
—Monitors: 2 1080p LCD monitors, one 23" Acer and one 19" HP. I also plan to connect it to a 43" plasma TV from time to time for watching movies and such.
—Other: a bunch of fans, but honestly, I don't know which work. Where I need fans, they might as well be listed anyway.
Will you be overclocking?
I am interested in it, but won't be doing it right away if I do.
Are there any specific features you want/need from the rig?
I mean, I guess it would be cool if it's capable of somewhat efficient Bitcoin mining. Not necessary, though. I do need a healthy amount of USB ports, however. Eyefinity or something similar would be a neat feature, but I'm not sure where that lies with respect to my preferred price range. I like having options.
Do you have any specific preferences?
I do like the idea of booting from an SSD, and having one or more HDDs beyond that. Also, I'm partial to AMD, for what it's worth. I also would prefer internal components that don't light up, or at least don't flash, as I hear many do.
Blah blah blah OS?
Taken care of already. Student deals are awesome.
Thank you in advance.
EDIT: formatting
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