Lots of things, a "i need money!" type of sale...
Hi community. Checking what i could get for my different rigs.
Intel core i7 970
Samsung 3 x 4gb ddr3-1600 low profile ram
LG DVD burner
OCZ vertex 2 50gb ssd boot drive
WD Black 1tb storage drive
EVGA GTX 460 2win
OCZ 850w Gold PSU
Watercooled at the moment, using a mcp 355 pump, RASA cpu block, thick 240mm rad (swiftech brand i think), four ultra kaze 3000 fans, a logisys fan controller and a xspc dual 5,25 bay res.
All this in an Antec p280 case, in great condition.
Intel Celeron g540
Asus P8B75-M LE
2*2gb of ddr3-1600 cl9 Ripjaws
OCZ Agility 3 60gb boot drive
BFG gtx 295
No optical drive
Corsair TX950 PSU (overkill, i know...)
In a coolermaster elite 340 case, in good condition.
2x Intel Xeon L5639
6 x 4gb Samsung ddr3-1600 low-profile ram
An old 160gb drive for the folding image (this one probably has no value)
No optical drive
MSI gtx 260
OCZ ZX 1250w gold PSU
The cpu's are watercooled using a heatkiller 3.0 and an ek supreme hf cpu block, a swiftech 360 slim rad, 3 ultra kaze 3000 fan and a mcp355/xspc dual 5,25 bay res.
In a (heavily modded but still good looking) Lian Li PC-A71F case.
Looking to get the most out of them, and a complete list of mny watercooling parts will follow, don't have time at the moment.
Ok, let me guesstimate some prices
Don't hesitate to suggest swap this for that in those rigs, the first and last are actually up and running, but the second one is just spare parts thrown together to be called a rig.
I'd like to sell them as complete rig, as that much different pieces would be a pain to sell, and i don't have that much spare time anymore. My folding farm need to find a new home!
1. Seems about right, around $600. 2. Sell off the PSU, SSD and video card separately, board/ram/cpu is $80 ish. 3. An SR2 board goes for $350 if you're lucky.. I sold mine for less and paid for shipping to a HWC folder. I had one for sale on here for 8 months before it sold. I sold three all together. 5639 cpus are $150-200/e. PSU $100, and Ram isn't terribly special. $800 is more of a realistic price, and you'll probably sit on it for a while before selling. More than likely people will ask you to sell off the CPUs separately first.. then you have boards which no one wants.
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