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Phill November 10, 2012 05:14 PM

value of 1090T+CHIV and A6-3650+F1A75m PRO
 
Please help me determine the FMV of the following:

ASUS F1A75m PRO mobo and AMD A6-3650 APU
ASUS Crosshair IV Formula mobo with a AMD 1090T

Thank you!

Funguseater November 10, 2012 05:36 PM

Hi

Not sure about the first set but the Crosshair IV sat on this site for months (spring/summer) and did not sell at $100, and I have seen 1090T's going for anywhere between $100 (used no heatsink) - $200 (NIB on the Bay)

Fungi

Phill November 10, 2012 05:44 PM

so $175 for the 1090T and CHIV Formula?

b1lk1 November 10, 2012 05:59 PM

1090T will get you $150+ on Ebay. I would not let one go with a great mobo for less than $250 for the combo.

Phill November 10, 2012 06:04 PM

Thanks for the input!
What about the ASUS F1A75m PRO mobo and AMD A6-3650 APU? $150???

b1lk1 November 10, 2012 06:28 PM

Sound about right there.

moocow November 10, 2012 06:36 PM

Well I got a 1050T, Asus CHIV, 8GB of RAM, and True 120 cooler for $250 half a year ago.

great_big_abyss November 10, 2012 06:37 PM

FYI I paid a total of $125 a couple of weeks ago for 3670K and an F1A75-M Pro. $75 for the APU, BNIB, and $50 for the mobo. The mobo was an RMA'd unit and included no accessories, but anyway, there you go.

Your_friendly_gamer November 10, 2012 06:49 PM

I think Ebay would fetch you more money on 1090T and CHIV, but then you would pay up to 9 percent on ebay fees and then another 3 percent on paypal, so about 12 percent. So for 250, you would get back about 223 dollars which would probably be more than what you would get here. I sold a 1100T about 6 months ago for I believe 150 shipped but I wanted to sell it fast and didnt really want to wait.

There is someone selling a 1090T already in the BST thread for past few days and at that price it's not moving.

At the end, its totally up to you, if you want it to move fast, and are happy with 223 then do the ebay thing and make sure to charge shipping. If you want it to move it faster here then, probably anywhere from 160-200 and it will get sold fast.

As for comparison, you can pick up a used 1366 mobo cpu and ram combo for about 250 which performs way better.

Phill November 10, 2012 07:05 PM

thank you for taking the time to post friendly_gamer!
edit: also great_big_abyss... great info! thank you


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