Post by T Post by Big Al Post by T
Anyone know where I can sell of 19 excess
new ATX power supplies so I can get them out
The obvious is Ebay.
Never been a fan of eBay, but I may have to change
I have two computer recyclers in town, as well as
a computer store that sells components that were
For example, the DVD drive I bought from them, was
"spares" at a radio station. The radio station had
a small IT department of sorts, and their
parts box was for sale, a piece at a time. I got a
nice IDE DVD drive that way (which can be used
on older systems here that only have crummy CD drives).
I thought I would never find another (mint) IDE DVD drive,
but they had one.
You're not allowed upstairs in the place, to look
at their stock. You ask "do you have X" ? The salesman
will pause for a moment, and may actually have to run
upstairs to see if any are left. You have no idea what
you're going to get (although you can walk away if
it doesn't suit your needs). It's inconvenient not being able
to see the stuff, but if you want an item bad enough,
it's worth driving over to check.
At one time, some of the stock was out front, and that's how
I got my "$20 computer speakers". It's a lot easier to make
an impulse buy, if you can see it.
So that's the kind of place I might approach about moving
a small qty of ATX supplies.