*edit* turned this into a general for sale thread.
I have an MSI 870A-G54 motherboard. Very good bang for the buck, got it to try ati + physx combo. The physx didn't really impress me, but this board was great! Has both USB 3.0 and SATA 6.0 Moved to an M-ATX platform, so this guy is up for sale. -$65 shipped.
Next is a GIGABYTE GA-EP43-UD3L ATX motherboard, takes ddr2 and any Core 2 generation processor. Great overclocker, managed to get my e5200 to 4.15ghz on air at 1.35v. $50 shipped. The processor is also for sale, $50. $80 for both.
4gb (2x2gb) of DDR2 800 ram by Samsung. $55 shipped, take off $10 total if combo'ed with another item here.
3gb (1x2gb + 1x1gb) DDR2 667 sodimm ram for a laptop. $30 shipped.
PNY Nvidia 9800GT Energy Efficiency edition. Used for hardware physx, great performance per watt. Comes with stock cooler and Zalman VF950. $70 with Zalman, $50 without. Shipped. Take $10 off the total price if combo'ed with another item.http://img709.imageshack.us/gal.php?g=img0798rh.jpg
Case is in generally very good condition barring one or two minor scuffs and dents. I don't have some of the original accessories, but there are very generic screws/etc.
Got it in a trade and I honestly would have loved it if it wasn't such a large sized case.
I have more pics if you want them, I'm just in a rush to get this post on and then off to work.
Perfect for a higher end build, as it will take basically any sized motherboard and there are plenty of options for cooling.
Newegg has these for ~$350 with rebate and shipping.
Price dropped to $100 for anyone who is willing to pick up locally!http://img64.imageshack.us/gal.php?g=img0789xm.jpg
*Motherboard is in there for demonstration purposes only.
Willing to either hand deliver or meet up anywhere within a 100 mile radius of zip code 02892.
I'll take paypal or cash if in person. Heatware is under trandy1001, ebay feedback (if that even means anything anymore) is under trandy1002. Probably best to contact me by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Might add more stuff down the line. (Anyone need T400 lenovo parts?)