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Pricing old server hardware

Thanks everyone for the ideas. I did a search on EBay of all auctions and 
found quite a few boxes that were very similar to the one I'm looking at. 
Why I didn't think of EBay in the first place I'm not sure. Maybe I was 
avoiding it because my wife likes it so much. :-)

FYI, the going rate for a PowerEdge 2200 seems to be about $250-350.

At 07:57 AM 5/31/01 -0400, you wrote:
>Hi everyone,
>I have a friend with an old Dell PowerEdge 2200 that I'm looking to buy, 
>but neither one of us know what it's worth. Any pointers on pricing old 
>hardware? The specs are:
>1x PII 333 (dual capable), 64MB RAM (2x32MB ECC EDO), SCSI CD-ROM, 3 SCSI 
>drives (4.5 GB @7200RPM). I don't think it's worth too much because 128MB 
>RAM is $175 and it has no IDE controller so I'd have to buy one for my MP3 
>Any help would be most appreciated.

Drew Taylor
mailto:drew at

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