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Your_friendly_gamer January 5, 2013 04:09 PM

I7 920 D0
 
what is that chip worth?

Soullessone21 January 5, 2013 04:20 PM

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Originally Posted by Your_friendly_gamer (Post 682397)
what is that chip worth?

Those are great chips to give away free to people in need, I know of 1 awesome forum member who gave one away when another member was in need, maybe not a bad idea to see if you can find another person in need on here. otherwise $100 to $125 I think dont hold me to that

sswilson January 5, 2013 04:22 PM

Do you have a motherboard to go with it? If not, it'll probably be a tough sell as I can't see anybody buying a new X58 motherboard to go with it, and it probably wouldn't be a viable upgrade for anybody who already has an X58 motherboard.

From a performance perspective, I'd put it at $80 - $100.

Soullessone21 January 5, 2013 04:47 PM

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Originally Posted by sswilson (Post 682401)
Do you have a motherboard to go with it? If not, it'll probably be a tough sell as I can't see anybody buying a new X58 motherboard to go with it, and it probably wouldn't be a viable upgrade for anybody who already has an X58 motherboard.

From a performance perspective, I'd put it at $80 - $100.

Would also make a good CPU to trade others for if they might have a C series one like me

Is D0 the better OCing one if so I will trade you my C0/C1 for it :P

Edit: not trolling I'm serious on this one.

Your_friendly_gamer January 5, 2013 06:04 PM

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Originally Posted by Soullessone21 (Post 682405)
Would also make a good CPU to trade others for if they might have a C series one like me

Is D0 the better OCing one if so I will trade you my C0/C1 for it :P

Edit: not trolling I'm serious on this one.

Yea C0 run extremely hot, and I think to have them reach 4.0ghz you need more than 1.4v. With this D0 I get 4.0ghz at super low voltage.

CPU-Z Validator 3.1

As for sswilson, I think 80-100 bucks hmmm, not sure if it's that low, it destroys any am3 x6's any day all day long and they go for around 120-140 1090T, 1100T etc. I was thinking of actually around 125?

Also, I think I can include a P6T deluxe board I bought off Tenni here, and 6 gig corsair cl8 ram. For the combo I was thinkin 300 shipped? What do you think? too high?

dandelioneater January 5, 2013 06:48 PM

I think 300 shipped for a D0 combo with RAM is a decent price to start out with. Someone will bite on that I think. If not, I don't think you would have to drop the price much to sell.

sswilson January 5, 2013 07:02 PM

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Originally Posted by Your_friendly_gamer (Post 682413)
Yea C0 run extremely hot, and I think to have them reach 4.0ghz you need more than 1.4v. With this D0 I get 4.0ghz at super low voltage.

CPU-Z Validator 3.1

As for sswilson, I think 80-100 bucks hmmm, not sure if it's that low, it destroys any am3 x6's any day all day long and they go for around 120-140 1090T, 1100T etc. I was thinking of actually around 125?

Also, I think I can include a P6T deluxe board I bought off Tenni here, and 6 gig corsair cl8 ram. For the combo I was thinkin 300 shipped? What do you think? too high?

Again, my low was based more on the fact that few folks would be willing to shell out for a new X58 motherboard to pair with a used CPU, and I doubt anybody with a C0 would be looking to spend $125 on an OC upgrade if there weren't too many prospects of selling the C0. That said, i7 bundles are still very potent and marketable so I was thinking along the lines of $250 + shipping so your $300 shipped is pretty close.

Keep in mind that the great majority of my sales here seem to last under 2 hours so there's a slight chance I might be underpricing my gear...... ;)

boggtrotter59 January 5, 2013 08:12 PM

I would say $250. shipped is more realistic... I've seen lots of them sell at this price or less.

Silvgearx January 5, 2013 08:34 PM

Didn't i7 920 combos go around $250 2 years ago?

Maybe try kijiji?

Your_friendly_gamer January 5, 2013 08:44 PM

Thanks all, I did get a couple of pm's already, and I think there is lots of interest in a good x58 set up still. I am contemplating right now, to just keep it as back up. But lets see what happens:thumb:


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