Ultra highend gaming pc loaded up with all the goodies:<br>
intel i7 920 4 core 8 threads <br>
Nvidia gtx 295 dual gpu video card<br>
kingwinn 750 watt psu<br>
6gb 3x2 gb OCZ platinum 1866mhz ddr3<br>
500gb sata HDD with win 7 photoshop and more <br>
PM me Only 800
no international and no its not expensive its well woth the value its clocked @ 4.6ghz blows *** away
If it's clocked at 4.6GHz, then you should include your cooler, voltage, and load temps (and load-testing/stability software choice wouldn't hurt). A select great overclocking chip might be worth a tiny bit more. It still stands that there's no way this thing is worth nearly $800, even if nick3232 was low-balling.
FYI: Data on the HDD isn't worth much. For me at least, I'd format it before touching it.
Anyhow, let me know if you decide to part out the GTX 295 or DDR3.
email@example.com Hyper 212+ cooler dual deltas load temps 63c under Prime95 through 96 hrs so yes this chip will over-clock A LOT more and yes retail software has its value buddy just cause it doesn't to you those C.O.A.'s are worth there weight in gold and yes i will part out gtx 295 for $150 + shipping check Priceconomics for the value of things used before you Question real values. and The ocz 1866mhz ill sale for $130 cant be found anywhere for less than $180
The data isn't worth much because, regardless of how legit you say the software is, a buyer can't trust that the product key hasn't been compromised--unfortunately making a software installation no more valuable than pirated software.
I don't question real values--I already know what they are. You try adding it up to demonstrate how it totals to $800. Your RAM isn't worth $130. I can find two 1866MHz 8GB (2x4GB) kits for $45 each (yesterday's Newegg email) and toss out the extra 4GB stick and end up with 12GB of 1866CL9 1.5V for $90.
I wasn't trying to be mean, I was trying to let you know what price you could find a buyer at. I'm sorry, but hardware is only worth what a similar performing alternative is worth--and that's not $800 in this case.
Well i do this for a buisness every day and send original dvd's and boxes also finding 1866mhz true pc-15000 @ 8-8-8-24 1t is impossible to find. i have it running @ 7-8-7-21 1t @ 1846mhz 1.65v. so yes you can find 1866mhz pc14900 @9-10-9 27 2t that cheap but the premium ddr3 is still expensive also buying two kits seperatly wont oc as well as true triple kit this is not a average system been selected with high end O.C. binned parts. so not for mainstream buyer. Also i agree that you can build newer system that competes in games the same buy this wile smoke in workstation & productivity tasks. i run a computer store so i'm very clear on the market value. But like i said before if you interested in the gtx 295 O.E.M nvidia card its $150+ shipping voltages shaders core ram all unlocked and O.C. very well aroun 1600/800/1158 on the three respectfully. Also one of the few 295 thats dx 11 capable OEM only last batch were. so yes youare looking at system as compared to gaming this one scores 24xxx in 3d mark 06 thats in the 97 percentile for simalair hardware and air cooling only plus in silent case the p180 so can be used for music producion cause closed up its less than 28db all fans maxed
You do realize that if you'd said 1866CL8 1.65V instead of just 1866mhz, you'd have saved a lot of trouble on disagreeing with me? Anyhow, if you find the person that wants specifically your RAM kit, then I suppose it's worth $130. But even at that price, they system doesn't come out to $800, which is my main point. I could itemize to show my point, but I think it's to your advantage if I don't. Good luck with your sale and I think you'll have an easier time netting $800 on craigslist as enthusiasts here are less likely to pay much for a high-end system that's a couple years old.
Btw, I had OCZ Repaers 6GB (3x2GB) 2000CL9 that I had running at 1905 7-8-7-21 1T (same mem chips as yours? ). It sounds cool, but I won't be getting ram that fancy again. If you look at my system, you'll see that I have a similar i7-930 setup. While the GTX 295 price isn't bad, I think I had it confused with the GTX 285, which people sometimes sell for half that (because it's a much weaker card). I don't need anything that powerful for my secondary gaming machine--I'll stick to my SLI'd GTS 250's.
i agree just wanted another market to hit for selling my custom builds but iff its priced out at used prices they are:
case p180= 60
500gb hard drive black=99
2 sythe fans=30
hardware is worth $892
with out software
add in retail 7 ultimate =150
office 2010 pro+=650
and thats another $800
so lets round it to say $1500 total cost of the used prices as stated on priceconomics and then you can tell its actually a great deal
"i set out a goal to build the Fastest Gaming system i could for under $300. By buying used or damaged parts and this is it Parts list:
Core i7 920 $60 craigslist local
Gigabyte ga-x58-ud3r v2 $20 Fry's was damaged and the demo board bent pins i fixed
Kingwynn 750w psu $15 local Craigslist
6gb (3x2gb) 1866mhz ocz platinum cl9 1.65v $55 ebay
(got it running 8-9-8-26 1t)
500gb seagate momentous 5900 rpm sata 3gb/s Free from client for repairing MBR for clients laptop
OEM Nvidia GTX 295 dual gpu $100 Local Craigslist"
True but I'm the one who put in the time energy and work to get it done and its my right to sale for profit. Thanks for the free Promotion of my video. Be sure to also check out one stop tech shop's facebook page and my linked in. So sorry to see your a hater and don't like to see people succeed in life but oh well. The way i make money is Building and repairing PC's and so profit lets me feed my kids thanks for your hatred it shows me i'm doing something right.....
You can try to justify the price all you want but nobody here is going to pay $800 for an outdated system with a gpu that's notorious for being loud, hot, power hungry and plagued with errors, especially when the source of all of the parts is known now.