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Old 5th May 2010, 11:36 AM   #11
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20 roni transportul? In cat timp vine? Mi se pare destul de ok. (Cheap shipping, looks good, how long does it take to arrive?)
5 days max 20RON is price for 20kg max as I remember
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Now that's cool. I'll be saving some money and placing an order there, coz besides driver ICs i saw a bunch of stuff that i need, like some nice mosfets, low ESR caps for motherboard repair, and NTC thermistors.
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