green or brown fiber no metal for sale

$80.00$6,500.00

We also offer scrap computer processors, scrap cellphone boards and other
computer scrap hardware at moderate prices
Intel 186 / 286 / 386 / 486 / Pentium / Pentium Pro / i860 / i960
Cyrix 486 / 586 / MII
IBM 486 / 586 / 686
Motorola 68000 / 88000 series
NEC & Toshiba MIPS series: R4000 / R8000 / R10000 / R12000
AMD 286 / 386 / 486 / K5 / 29000 series
IDT Winchip C6 / 2A
DEC Alpha
HP PA-7000 & PA-8000 RISC series
SUN SPARC / UltraSPARC / Super SPARC RISC series
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green or brown fiber no metal
We also offer scrap computer processors, scrap cellphone boards and other
computer scrap hardware at moderate prices
Intel 186 / 286 / 386 / 486 / Pentium / Pentium Pro / i860 / i960
Cyrix 486 / 586 / MII
IBM 486 / 586 / 686
Motorola 68000 / 88000 series
NEC & Toshiba MIPS series: R4000 / R8000 / R10000 / R12000
AMD 286 / 386 / 486 / K5 / 29000 series
IDT Winchip C6 / 2A
DEC Alpha
HP PA-7000 & PA-8000 RISC series
SUN SPARC / UltraSPARC / Super SPARC RISC series
green or brown fiber no metal

How Much Gold Is in CPUs?
It varies, because many different kinds of CPUs have been used over the last few decades. There are ceramic CPU chips and silicon CPUs. But we’re pleased to offer you a ball park estimate of how much gold could be recovered from older CPU chips.
Roughly one troy ounce of gold can generally be recovered from 10 pounds of old CPUs
please do not expect us to promise to reclaim one ounce of gold from every 10 pounds of them that you send to us. We only provide that rough estimate above to convince you that it can be wasteful – and unprofitable – to discard older electronics, especially computers and the CPU boards that they contain.
Motherboards Small Socket (All Colors – P4 and Newer)
Motherboards Large Socket (All Colors – Slot, P3 and older)
Motherboards Large Socket Low Grade (All Colors – primarily socket type 462)

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Quantity

1kg, 1T