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AMD X6 2011/2012 Gaming PC

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June 16, 2011 3:39:09 AM

Asking $950 or best offer

This PC is a great gaming PC for the $1000 budget range and will be able to handle all the newest games coming it later this year and through 2012! Computer has just been sitting in my room as I've been more interested in my car lately than games & pc's. I never overclocked it or anything like that.
Running on an ASUS motherboard, the system is based off of the AMD X6 1090T Black Edition CPU. (3.GhZ).

Specs:
AMD X6 1090T Six-Core Processor (3.2 GhZ)
ASUS AM3 USB 3.0 Motherboard
ASUS GTS450 GPU (1GB)
ASUS CD/DVD Burner/Player
G Skill Ripjaws 8 GB RAM (2x4GB)
RAIDMAX RX-630SS 630W Modular PSU
Thermaltake Case w/ two fans (Also have extra CoolerMaster fan included)
Samsung 1TB 7200RPM HardDrive

Programs Installed: (Can be removed before sale if you prefer)
Windows 7 Ultimate Edition
Adobe Photoshop CS3 Full
MS Office 07'

Games installed:
DiRT 3
Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2

Games in box, not installed:
The Witcher
Portal

Only interested in cash offers or trade for S13 parts; Coilovers or Wheels (4 lug)


100_0747[1] by roushman90, on Flickr

100_0748[1] by roushman90, on Flickr

100_0749[1] by roushman90, on Flickr

E-mail: Roushman90@ y a h o o . c o m

Thanks for reading

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June 25, 2011 4:43:44 PM

Bump, Still for sale
June 27, 2011 3:20:36 AM

Need to sell this, really not using it for what I built it for. Need to fund my track car!

Will take $800 cash!
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June 27, 2011 7:41:55 AM

BS I can make this rig in $500-600.

Also, what mobo are we talking about here?
June 27, 2011 12:24:32 PM

That may be somewhat accurate, but the software is worth several hundred.

@ OP- Nice deal. Hope you enjoy the track car.

If you're interested in parting out, let me know.
June 28, 2011 4:00:25 AM

Thanks jaguarmatt, I just need a few more parts to have the car ready to go!
July 8, 2011 1:54:27 AM

Bump, shoot me offers. I'm not using the PC, need money for other stuff.
July 8, 2011 5:12:06 AM

I'd like to apologize in advance because my post will make you sad. I'm sorry that your rig isn't worth more than it is.

I highly recommend you sell the software separately. People won't pay you a dime for pre-installed software (they'll be worried it's pirated). So take all the software off of it and sell it for what it's worth. If the parts were new:

$180: AMD X6 1090T Six-Core Processor (3.2 GhZ)
$100: ASUS AM3 USB 3.0 Motherboard
$90: ASUS GTS450 GPU (1GB)
$20: ASUS CD/DVD Burner/Player
$75: G Skill Ripjaws 8 GB RAM (2x4GB)
$50: RAIDMAX RX-630SS 630W Modular PSU
$40: Thermaltake Case w/ two fans (Also have extra CoolerMaster fan included)
$55: Samsung 1TB 7200RPM HardDrive

TOTAL: $610

But I wouldn't pay a dollar for a Raidmax PSU and it's used, so ($610 - $50) x 0.75 = $420. You should be selling it for $420, $500 max. I wouldn't pay more than $450 (if I needed it) though since I could have a new (full warranty) i3-2100 build with the same graphics and a good PSU for under $500.

Sell the software separately and maybe it'll get you a few hundred more.

EDIT: My prices didn't include shipping. You should charge for that, so you'd get a bit more.
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