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February 17, 2011, 10:38:07 AM
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I have plenty of different types of cables for sale:

  • USB printer cables
  • Power leads (UK type plug)
  • SATA
  • IDE
  • PS2 extension leads
  • VGA extension leads
  • DVI monitor cables
  • Serial cables (null modem type)
  • PSU Molex (4-pin standard type connector) to SATA power connector
  • PSU Molex (4-pin standard type connector to PCI-eXpress power connector(6-PIN)
  • Cat-5 patch cables (straight-through and cross-over)

Most of them are new, some are used.

If you're looking for something else just ask, I may have it.
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February 17, 2011, 01:22:41 PM
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Any PCI-E x16 risers/extenders? They would be really popular in here ^^

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February 17, 2011, 01:47:00 PM
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Any PCI-E x16 risers/extenders? They would be really popular in here ^^

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February 18, 2011, 03:51:31 PM
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I have plenty of different types of cables for sale:

  • USB printer cables
  • Power leads (UK type plug)
  • SATA
  • IDE
  • PS2 extension leads
  • VGA extension leads
  • DVI monitor cables
  • Serial cables (null modem type)
  • PSU Molex (4-pin standard type connector) to SATA power connector
  • PSU Molex (4-pin standard type connector to PCI-eXpress power connector(6-PIN)
  • Cat-5 patch cables (straight-through and cross-over)

Most of them are new, some are used.

If you're looking for something else just ask, I may have it.

What cost of DVI (or HDMI?) cable with shipping to Russia?

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