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System for sale! i5-760 GTX-570 8GB

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October 24, 2011 12:46:13 AM

Hey all

I'm done with college and waiting for the fire department to hire me in January. Hopefully. Point being, I don't need to game, but I do need the cash!

http://www.ebay.com/itm/290621859764?ssPageName=STRK:ME...

The board is an MSI p55a fuzion.

Any questions, let me know!
October 24, 2011 4:24:59 AM

Wow! Someone bid $800 for that! That's why I always tell people to sell on ebay. Nice profit!

Also, Fire Fighters game all the time inside the station while they wait for emergency calls. What else are they gonna do all day long? But for $800, you can build yourself a brand new computer that's better than that one or just get a gaming laptop.
October 24, 2011 5:08:09 AM

I mean, the thing cost me 1250 before shipping from newegg six months ago, I'm pretty happy with 800, but it's not profit!

And yeah, at the volunteer station we play a lot of CSS, but right now my income is zero and if I get the job buying a gaming laptop will take all of one paycheck. :3
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October 24, 2011 5:26:48 AM

After doing a quick look on newegg, I'm really not sure how on earth I could beat my rig for 800 dollars. 200 for a CPU, 200 for the MOBO, 320 for the card, 70 for the HDD, 60 for RAM, 100 for case, 100 for PSU, just for the same quality sandy bridge rig.
October 24, 2011 7:51:05 AM

CPU: $215 i5-2500K
Mobo: $115 Gigabyte low-end SLI-Ready
Graphics: $320
...ehh, you're right after a good PSU and solid case I can't beat it for $800. $800 is a decent price for you and a good price for the person buying it.

Forget that comment about profit. I forgot how good a GTX 570 is. Now's the perfect time to sell one though as they've barely dropped in price over the last year.
October 24, 2011 7:33:12 PM

Apparently my buyer is bullshitting and bitching out at the last minute because of "bad experiences with MSI" haha yeah right. Anyone else interested? Or hell, an offer and I can drop the price of the auction? I need it gone.
October 24, 2011 7:45:10 PM

'Scuse me, can't drop the price of the auction, but if it ends tomorrow without selling just consider it for sale and make an offer!
October 26, 2011 2:55:15 PM

Ramar said:
Apparently my buyer is bullshitting and bitching out at the last minute because of "bad experiences with MSI" haha yeah right. Anyone else interested? Or hell, an offer and I can drop the price of the auction? I need it gone.


I'd take that up with eBay (I mean, there's no harm done at this point). They're obligated to pay for it, and eBay can help make sure that they either do or are removed from eBay.
October 27, 2011 8:28:23 PM

Yeah so we cancelled the transaction. Anyone on here interested? 700 obo?
October 29, 2011 10:40:55 PM

Any chance of you splitting it and selling the graphics card and psu on their own??
October 30, 2011 9:02:20 AM

Have you sold it yet? I have an interesting offer for you if one criteria can be met. Will an i5 2500k go into that board? If it can, would you be interested in a trade? I live in Virginia, so we could meet if necessary.
October 30, 2011 9:17:12 AM

Never mind, answered the question myself. Anyways, if you are looking to get a gaming laptop for around 1200 or so, let me know. I am selling mine to build a desktop. It's got better tech in it than a baseline alienware m14x and it has a 1080p 17inch screen. Selling for 950.

EDIT: I just noticed what exactly you have in there. If you would be willing to trade, I'm all for it on one condition. I need proof that it is actually working, because no offense, you are 0 feedback on eBay. Film a video of it running some game with the name nikryj somewhere in the video. This is all hypothetically speaking if you are willing to trade.
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