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Old June 26, 2012, 03:13 AM
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Has been test mounted once to confirm the processor is working.

$280 sound like a fair price?
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Old June 26, 2012, 04:00 AM
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Well brand new there 300 and you should have left it in the box it's worth more BNIB open box is worth less.

Just for future reference it's very very rare to get one that's not working there tested a lot before they leave the factory.

I would say 260 cause you can get them on sale right around your asking price so i myself would rather buy one new from a store and know it's not had anything done to it. I hear opened box to test and that means ( to me ) what kinda of overclock this chip get so she's been pushed and those out there that don't know what there doing could easily hurt a cpu overclocking it right outta the box.

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