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    NF7-S v2

    Well I really hate to sell it, but I need some dough ! This is an Abit NF7-S rev 2, has not been flashed but is stock BIOS from when I bought it in 04. Runs very well, super stable. Right now it has a mobile 2400 running at 2 GHz and twin modules of BH-5 dual channel.
    Classic board, prolly one of the best socket A boards. Just the board, so what is it worth ?

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    Re: NF7-S v2

    not much. 25? maybe more to someone looking forward to have a bit of fun with his left over parts?

    add a couple 120mm fans overhead to drop temps by 10+ celsiusD.S.C-12(2)-disclaimer : whatever u do with your hardware/software is your
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    Re: NF7-S v2

    Someone here may be more likely to be looking for one and
    give you a better price...

    http://www.abithelp.com/

    Lots of ex abit forum members are there now... Also a lot of
    ex abit people here...

    http://www.theraptorpit.com/forum/index.php?act=idx

    From time to time I usually see someone with a dead NF7
    posting in one of those forums looking for a replacement
    board... The NF7 and AN7 series is still popular to a small
    nich crowd...

    Hope that helps somehow...

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    Re: NF7-S v2

    Thanks Dan, hoping to get more. I may ask around $50, people really liked this board, not trying to gouge but it is not the typical socket A board.

    Wizzard0003, thanks for the cool links ! Thanks guys !

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    Re: NF7-S v2

    50 $ that is give it away 1/2 price


    that is a awesome MB i would expect to pay at lest 75-100$ for one

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    Re: NF7-S v2

    Quote Originally Posted by punker View Post
    50 $ that is give it away 1/2 price


    that is a awesome MB i would expect to pay at lest 75-100$ for one

    That WAS an awesome motherboard 7 years ago, 40-$50 tops..

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    Thumbs down Re: NF7-S v2

    Quote Originally Posted by AMD Fanatic View Post
    That WAS an awesome motherboard 7 years ago, 40-$50 tops..

    EDIT: These newcomers digging old threads out is killing me!!!!
    i see them selling for upto 89$ on ebay AN7/NF7-S

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    Re: NF7-S v2

    Quote Originally Posted by punker View Post
    i see them selling for upto 89$ on ebay AN7/NF7-S

    I just sold 2 on Ebay, one was with a 2400 mobile went for 50.00 shipped at auction and the other was for just the mb 60.00 shipped buy it now

    run an advanced search of completed listings shows nothing sold over 60.00

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