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Old June 2, 2013, 09:05 PM
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Default Z68 V pro and 2500k

Hey I may be getting rid of these...or maybe not LOL

I was thinking on the forums the following prices.

2500k $150
Asus Z68 V pro $150
Some 4x2 Rip Jaws - $30


Does that seem fair?
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Old June 2, 2013, 09:52 PM
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A little high on the Z68, ROG boards are going for 150, I'd say around $100.

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Whats a 2700k going for these days.

would you say a 2700k + vpro is fair price at $350?
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I dont see many 2700Ks so I cannot say. But I would think it is a good price, unless the 2700k is super rare or something.
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Old June 4, 2013, 08:56 PM
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NCIX just had a bundle with 4th gen i5 + mobo for $340.
If you're lucky, $200 for cpu/mobo. $150 would be in the fair range.
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I'm still seeing 2600k's around $200 higher in most places. I'd imagine in the next short while the price will drop and level out to around $175 or a little less. The 2700k would be pretty close to that so if you're lucky you can manage 200 for the chip maybe $100-125.00 for the board. I'd say $300.00 would give you a relatively quick sale, $350.00 you might be waiting for the right buyer.

I disagree with above that its only worth 200 or 150.
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I'm still seeing 2600k's around $200 higher in most places. I'd imagine in the next short while the price will drop and level out to around $175 or a little less. The 2700k would be pretty close to that so if you're lucky you can manage 200 for the chip maybe $100-125.00 for the board. I'd say $300.00 would give you a relatively quick sale, $350.00 you might be waiting for the right buyer.

I disagree with above that its only worth 200 or 150.
it's 2500k, not 2700k. the board is z68, not z77. price is around $200 fair for this combo imo. 2600k/2700k would be around $250.
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it's 2500k, not 2700k. the board is z68, not z77. price is around $200 fair for this combo imo. 2600k/2700k would be around $250.
He asked about the 2700k in the third post which is what I was responding to.

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That said my fault on the mobo pricing, it's pretty cheap, ebay showing around $50 bucks as a BIN listing. So I'd stay $250.00 is reasonable.

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Old August 30, 2013, 11:46 AM
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CPU MOBO RAM i would say 275 to 325.
sandybridge is still a great cpu and it's rare to see 100$ price on the cpu.
i would take a sandybridge over a ivy anyday.
good overclocks. and lower temps.
ivy you need a 100$ cooler for it to not be to hight in temps
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