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Sheridan workstations for sale

(via Mark Mayerson)

Hey All,

Three years have gone by so fast!!! It is time again to sell off all of our current workstations to make room for the new ones for the next 3 years. We are only selling the workstations not the monitors. We are using the Monitors for next year so we can have Dual monitors to work with for all machines in the lab.

Note: These workstations have been very well cared for. They have been cleaned every 6 months. All the dust bunnies blown out. They have been the most reliable equipment we have used to date.

Here is the config of the workstations we are selling: IBM model: 6217-pju

IBM A-PRO series IntelliStation

Nvidia Quadro FX 3450 video card – is open GL and Direct X compatible
(works great with Maya and for playing Games)
4 gigbytes RAM
2 – Dual Core AMD Opteron model 280 @ 2.4 Ghz
80 Gbyte SATA Hard Drive – note the mother board is a server mother board and has RAID built in and has connectors for SCSI, IDE and SATA all built in.
DVD Multiburner – Burns DVD’s and CD’s – will burn Dual Layer DVD’s as well.
Comes with optical mouse, keyboard, powercord and the original OEM disks for device drivers.
Windows XP Pro 64bit editions installed and a valid windows OEM license/serial # for WInXP 64 bit.

The price for a workstation is $995.00 which includes the tax. You get a workstation, keyboard and optical mouse and the OEM device driver disks, Win XP Pro 64bit Edition installed and updated to service pak 2 and the Nvidia video card drivers updated and installed. While suppies last we are also throwing in a RGB monitor.

If there are any questions or you want to make arrangements to buy a workstation just contact me either by email or by phone at 905-845-9430 x8724


  1. Kyle Kyle August 12, 2009

    Wow, $995 is overpriced for them being new, but used? Get real.

  2. R R August 12, 2009

    Those are way overpriced… I would expect computers that haven’t ever been turned off for three years to be at most, $500. I can customize a Quad core computer WITH a monitor for a couple hundred more with better overall features including a better video card… Not worth it. If they drop the price to $500, then its reasonable. If you’re not the type to make a custom PC, then go for it, but its overpriced by a large margin…

  3. Jeff Jeff August 12, 2009

    Much too expensive, you can build a Core i7 system that will pwn this for the same money.

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