OK, I just got this VPR and well with everything else in my bag this is just not practical for school so I am looking for something smaller. I would consider all trades as well.
3DMark01SE Score of 4029
Scored 3872 w/ Anisotropic Filtering @ 2X
Drivers Verion: 18.104.22.16887
VPR Matrix 185A (Designed by FA Porsche)
P4 Mobile 1.8 (In a socket and upgradable)
512MB DDR Ram (2x256MB Sticks)
40 Gig HD (upgraded from 30)
15.4 WXGA Screen crystal clear @ 1280 x 854
nVidia GeForce4 420 Go w/32MB
DVD/CDRW Slot Loading
Internal Wireless 802.11b
Blue LED's, External Floppy, VPR Swivel Desktop Speakers
Windows XP Home and all restore and software discs as well as manuals
Laptop itself weighs 6.4 pounds
I was thinking 855 shipped 2 day air.
If we were to work a trade we can talk about data transfers and such, just get in touch with me but this is my only computer so I need to get my data off it.
I can also through in my old laptop case but its been through years of abuse. It still does it's job well but I just replaced it with a new one. This bag has gone through many many laptops and military service so again its not wonderful but your welcome to it.
This laptop is really nice. It has been well taken care of I will get some pictures up here asap. I can tell you that the laptop is in perfect working order and I will stand behind that.
I really would like a trade laptop esp a Dell 8500, doesn't need to have a video card as I just bought a Ti 4200 go card for that model. But if you know of another laptop that card will fit in then I would be more than happy to go with that.
Also I ahve decided that since I need car repairs that cash is a little more important so those with desktops looking for a laptop, heres ur chance. Heres what I would like as part in trade with some cash (450 or so)
-P4HT Processor or P4 Prescott or AMD 64 or AMD XP-M (A Dual XP is good to)
-A motherboard that supports overclocking well, we can talk about it. Basically one for the chip above.
-A CDRW Drive
-A GOOD PSU, It has to provide excellent rails for overclocking
-A GeForce Ti4600 Graphics card or simular. (Ti4400 or 4200) Pref. ATI's are good to
-A Floppy or Super DIsk Drive
-Either 2 7200RPM drives (pref 2 drives for video editing) Totaling 80 or so Gigs or 1 big drive.
-Watercooling setup would be really nice esp. for over clocking but a good air cooling setup would be good to as well as video card cooling setups.
Heatware ID: Cross