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May 25, 2012 6:41:23 PM

This computer was purchased in late September of 2011, and is still one of the fastest PC's available.


Corsair 600t Gaming case w/ 2 large system fans (white LED's)
Core I7 2600k (sandy bridges) overclocked to 5.0 ghz with corsair H70 liquid CPU cooler.
8gb Corsair Vengeance 1600mhz ddr3 dual channel ram, another 8gb included just not installed.
2x dual SLI Nvidia GTX 570
120gb intel SSD 6g/ps
1TB Hitachi 7200 rpm 3g/ps
LG Blu ray/dvdrw
Corsair 800w power supply with blue LED
USB 3.0
Red LED case lighting

This computer comes with all OC active, has monitors for temp, cpu frequency and much more. Also included is an Asus 23" LCD 120hz 3D monitor. As well as a creative labs 6.1 surround sound system. I will also throw in a scissor key gaming keyboard.

I bought this computer anticipating more time on my hands, which it appears I do not have. It plays BF3 at a static 130+ fps on full settings, played the witcher 2 at full settings and never dipped below 120 fps.

This computer was built for me by Digital Storm, digitalstormonline.com to read customer reviews. It has 3.5 years left of FULL WARRANTY, excluding only the additional 8gb of ram that I purchased from Corsair.

This PC is a beast, it runs quiet and very very cool, and performs better than 99% of the market. You will certainly have the competitive edge while online gaming. I'm sad to see it go, but a beauty like this deserves to be used.

Comes with certificate of warranty/origin. many extra chords/adapters including mini-hdmi.

Everything is included, and the name of the model is ode level 3, previous model....can be seen @ http://reviews.cnet.com/desktops/digital-storm-ode-leve...;contentBody;1r

I will reformat for the new owner....

Feel free to email me for pictures/questions.
May 25, 2012 7:42:30 PM

$1,600 all included and ready to play. This setup cost well over $2,900 6 months ago
May 25, 2012 9:10:36 PM

oscyjack said:
$2400 all included and ready to play....I shall negotiate to a point, but please folks, be reasonable. This setup cost well over $2,900 6 months ago


Corsair 600t Gaming case>110$
Core I7 2600k (sandy bridges) overclocked to 5.0 ghz with corsair H70 liquid CPU cooler.>200$(OCED) +H70=45$(Used Water Cooling Enclosure for 6 months)
8gb Corsair Vengeance 1600mhz ddr3 dual channel ram, another 8gb included just not installed. 50$ ORIGINALLY=30$ + 30$(UNINSTALLED RAM)
2x dual SLI Nvidia GTX 570=220$ each>440$
120gb intel SSD 6g/ps >Unspecified Intel SSD, probably wrote a few terabytes of data on it.
1TB Hitachi 7200 rpm 3g/ps=50$
Corsair 800w power supply with blue LED>85$

In my opinion, I'd say it's worth about 1100-1300$
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May 26, 2012 2:36:49 PM

With respect, I didn't ask for your opinion. It seems in forums everyone wants to create issues. There is much more to this computer than listed, which is why I named the manufacturer and the model, as well a a cnet review. I understand this is a used computer, but still has current hardware/software.

As I said, i'll negotiate, I don't expect to recuperate all my money, but with everything included and a full coverage warranty, it is certainly worth much more than you state.

If you would like to make me an offer, feel free and we can discuss. If you are just trolling, please go elsewhere.


As a side note, the SSD has the OS on it, and has only had two games installed, the two listed. Everything else has been on the 1tb.

For anyone else interested, feel free to PM me, I can email pictures of the unit, and I can give you my cell number as well for a more personal transaction.

I will sell this PC for a fair price, just make the offer.


May 26, 2012 6:31:14 PM

By posting here, you're asking for input and help on listing and selling your item.
I can guarantee to you that you're not going to get close to $2400. :( 

However, good luck on selling your item! :) 
May 26, 2012 7:11:45 PM

Again, leave your comments aside. I am here to sell my computer. Pricing the computer is like pricing anything, leave room for negotiation. The buyer of this fabulous PC will get a great deal, however that will be discussed by him/her and I.

Don't let my strong tone with people who can't help themselves from being idiotic sway any true buyers, we will have a nice discussion and make a deal that benefits both parties. I look forward to speaking with anyone who is seriously interested or has a legitimate question.

Back to the idiots, I know it's difficult, but use that brain/finger filter. I know it's hard to control yourselves, but you're comments are not welcome or wanted on this thread, but thank you for your overwhelming concern.
May 26, 2012 7:21:28 PM

oscyjack said:
Again, leave your comments aside. I am here to sell my computer. Pricing the computer is like pricing anything, leave room for negotiation. The buyer of this fabulous PC will get a great deal, however that will be discussed by him/her and I.

Don't let my strong tone with people who can't help themselves from being idiotic sway any true buyers, we will have a nice discussion and make a deal that benefit both parties. I look forward to speaking with anyone who is seriously interested or has a legitimate question.

Back to the idiots, I know it's difficult, but use that brain/finger filter. I know it's hard to control yourselves, but you're comments are not welcome or wanted on this thread, but thank you for your overwhelming concern.


Also, as you are a newcomer, I highly suggest taking some pictures for relevant proof of ownership and to arouse some interest for your rig). Another person has attempted to scam other members here. If you perhaps have any references, Ebay, Heatware or any sort then post it. As a matter of fact, all comments are welcome if they benefits both sides of the party, perhaps you don't have a brain? This is a forum, there's always a discussion going on with something.
May 26, 2012 7:27:54 PM

Can pics be directly attached here? It's currently listed for sale locally on craigslist which has some attached pics. I'll reference that, much past that its going to have to be trust based. I'm jut a regular guy looking to sell my computer, and I appreciate your attempt to be helpful, though I suppose you couldn't help adding in that one little parenthetical.

Again, let me state it plainly, I do not expect this computer to sell for $2,400, it's simply a starting point. The computers real value as explained to me by "experts" with all attachments/warranties is indeed over $2,000. However, I AM looking to sell it, and as promptly as possible, and will therefor consider all realistic offers.
May 26, 2012 7:29:51 PM

That's all well and good. But it is not for you to dictate the terms of this purchase, price will decided personally between myself and the buyer, the peanut gallery does nothing but get in the way of business.
May 26, 2012 7:42:22 PM

Also, I do have most of the original packaging, including a suspension box to keep the computer protected should it encounter any bumps along the way to your desk. Let me assure all prospective buyers, this is no scam. My phone number is attached to the craigslist add and I am willing to field calls from any interested parties. I only ask that my time not be wasted, as I will not waste yours.
May 26, 2012 8:18:53 PM

This is a forum. Discussion happens. It would be very beneficial if you'd post a eBay or Heatware account so potential customers could be sure that you're not a scammer. Fancy words and insults don't make a computer better/worth more.

Yes, pictures can be attached directly here.
May 26, 2012 8:20:42 PM

my ebay account is thenantucketbasket...100% feedback
May 26, 2012 8:39:45 PM

How do I add pictures?
May 26, 2012 9:05:37 PM

oscyjack said:
How do I add pictures?


Embeded it using the FORUM CODE from an Image hosting Site, e.g>Imageshack ,Photobucket, Tinypic, IMGUR
May 29, 2012 3:48:20 PM

Was out of the office for the holiday, I apologize for the delayed response. Thanks for the info, I should have them up shortly.
May 29, 2012 4:49:52 PM

Hopefully that will be sufficient.
May 29, 2012 5:08:18 PM

oscyjack said:
Again, leave your comments aside. I am here to sell my computer. Pricing the computer is like pricing anything, leave room for negotiation. The buyer of this fabulous PC will get a great deal, however that will be discussed by him/her and I.

Don't let my strong tone with people who can't help themselves from being idiotic sway any true buyers, we will have a nice discussion and make a deal that benefits both parties. I look forward to speaking with anyone who is seriously interested or has a legitimate question.

Back to the idiots, I know it's difficult, but use that brain/finger filter. I know it's hard to control yourselves, but you're comments are not welcome or wanted on this thread, but thank you for your overwhelming concern.


You're new here, trying to sell an overpriced PC, and are calling us idiots? [:pdxalex:1]

Sorry, but if you'd rather not deal with critical comments on your sale then stick with Craigslist or Ebay. People here have every right to voice their opinion.

:hello: 
May 29, 2012 5:43:09 PM

You're a day late and a dollar short friend. Please stop wasting space on this thread.
May 29, 2012 6:01:47 PM

Late? You just posted the pics! And if you're asking ~$2400, the least you could do is blow out the dust before posting them.
May 29, 2012 6:07:09 PM

I know it's tough to hold your tongue sitting at your computer fuming at a thread that has absolutely nothing to do with you. But seriously, grow up. If you have no interest in this PC, press your back button and keep scrolling. You are a waste of time and serve no purpose other than to distract readers and oppose productivity.

I didn't realize quite how ridiculous people have become, begone now.
May 29, 2012 6:13:01 PM

oscyjack said:
I know it's tough to hold your tongue sitting at your computer fuming at a thread


Fuming? Hardly. On the one hand, it's rather comical. On the other, I can somewhat sympathize as PCs simply do not hold their value. Now quit compelling me to reply... you're merely wasting space ;) 

Anyway, good luck with the sale.
May 29, 2012 6:44:09 PM

Thanks, and i'm aware. It's just a starting price, i'm entertaining all offers.
May 30, 2012 4:35:33 PM

Pricing update....$1,899 all included. PC, Monitor, Warranty, Keyboard, Mic, Gaming Mouse, 6.1 Surround sound.
May 30, 2012 4:58:05 PM

I concede to all your points. After a lot of research looking at other ads, my price appeared to be too inflated to even gain interest. So thanks to all trying to help.

To everyone else...PRICE REDUCTION....
May 30, 2012 6:06:18 PM

oscyjack said:
I concede to all your points. After a lot of research looking at other ads, my price appeared to be too inflated to even gain interest. So thanks to all trying to help.

To everyone else...PRICE REDUCTION....


Now that seems to be close to the reasonable price range, I won't force you to go down another hundred or two LOL
May 30, 2012 6:12:49 PM

Haha, I won't comment on the latter, but if you or anyone else is interested PM me. Are we allowed to list personal contact info on threads?
May 30, 2012 6:19:56 PM

oscyjack said:
Haha, I won't comment on the latter, but if you or anyone else is interested PM me. Are we allowed to list personal contact info on threads?


Yeah, the green Mail Icon on the bottom left of a persons name<<
>>To check the private messages you receive, you would have to go to the Forums Tab>Scroll all the way down and, see "Private Messages" under the forum feedback sub-topic.
May 31, 2012 1:01:05 AM

Good to see you came to your senses. Maybe keep a more open mind next time? :p 
May 31, 2012 7:13:45 PM

Nobody here is being immature, they are all stating opinions. Its a fact that you wont get more than 1400$ for this rig. When you buy from computer companies such as alienware or even digital storm, you are paying for the name brand and a warranty which you will end up barely using. Now, if you built the same exact computer with the same parts bought from newegg, you would have saved a thousand IF NOT more. Paying extra for the warranty from digital storm is pointless, because when you buy each seperate part, it comes with a 1-3 year warranty. So no matter how you build your pc, you are always getting a warranty. Now, dont think that im saying you are stupid because you paid so much for such a computer. Im just saying your not going to get any good money back for selling it. You will lose more than half you paid for it. I would say this computer is worth $800-$1300, but not a chance more. And also, please dont rage when people tell you their opinion on what the pc is worth. I think you are going to have to go through a couple more very heavy price drops until you find a buyer. So until then GLWS :kaola: 
June 1, 2012 3:48:22 PM

You've successfully and to no avail beaten a dead horse. Your valuation is very incorrect, and when purchased I only spent $239 more than a self build, which was a desirable premium for a laymen (Also, DS and Alienware are in totally different leagues). I'm already advertising the PC at a 43% loss, past that will be negotiation. The price I am asking at this moment is extremely realistic, I have no doubts regarding a timely sale.

The fact is this computer is "like new" whatever worth there is to that, and still more current than most rigs out there. It isn't the best now, and never was. But for single screen / 3x <27" screen gaming, you won't find much improvement until gaming itself changes drastically.

The price advertised will allow a buyer to get the deal of the decade without paying any premium on top of initial depreciation savings.
June 1, 2012 10:55:11 PM

noob seller! stop bashing the smart people. technology severely depreciates in value. I hate it when people argue with people who know more about technology

your rig isn't that great.
June 1, 2012 11:01:33 PM

People, I think it's time we chill with the comments, he understands what we've said and the message should've gone through his head :) 
June 1, 2012 11:08:52 PM

okie, maybe he will be a better person now!
June 2, 2012 12:40:54 PM

Crewxp, learn your place. Halo, thanks.
June 4, 2012 2:19:06 PM

Price Reduction--- PC Alone for $1300, with monitor and all other peripherals $1600
June 4, 2012 2:39:37 PM

This finally looks like a decent price. GLWS

I must admit, this thread is hilarious to read now.
June 4, 2012 2:40:41 PM

:)  sure is haha, Thanks for your help.
June 6, 2012 5:12:43 PM

Again to reiterate, first post describes PC, has a link for cnet review.

$1,300 PC alone, $1,600 with the aforementioned monitor and peripherals. Will Ship if needed. Offers welcome
June 7, 2012 10:01:06 PM

Gotta bump this one.
Good price, Nice PC and one amazing F/S thread. After a horrible day at work, This thread cheered me right up! Almost wish there was a second page :p  GLWS!
June 12, 2012 5:07:23 PM

bump...buy...

additional 8gb was sold seperately....price now $1,270 for PC $1,570 all included
June 22, 2012 3:51:41 PM

bump $1570
June 23, 2012 3:24:06 PM

Does anyone know another good place to list this PC, havn't had a ton of interest here.
June 23, 2012 5:45:07 PM

Hardforum, overclockers, but people tend to prefer part outs over there.

The best chance of selling it as a whole would be ebay, but you have to deal with the fees.
June 26, 2012 4:13:15 PM

bump
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