no one here is likely to buy it, but Ebay seems to be full of suckers buying socket A crap. The CPU will probably fetch $65, maybe $75 if you include the HSF. The mobo is anyone's guess. I know the Abit NF7-S still gets good money. I'd think your mobo will probably get $20-$25 max, maybe as low as $15. In total, you'll probably come close to $100, but only if you sell the cpu and mobo separately. Also, it's not going to help you if you list your cpu as being overclocked. Nobody on ebay wants to buy an overclocked cpu unless it can do some outrageously high clock, for example Opteron 165s that clock over 2.7 GHz run a premium over retail price on ebay.
Its a Barton core, Venice cores are only socket 939 Athlon 64's.
I am really not too concerned, It was just an inquiry, i dont even know if I will sell it. The motherboard is pretty nice as far as socket A mobos go. 4 PCI slots, 3 DDR400, 4 pata, 2 sata1.5 , 6 USB's, AGP 8X, AC'97 audio, passive chipset cooling. lots of OC options, temp monitor software. bought it for $70 2 years ago. Got the Barton for $120 2 years ago. I have all the original packaging, boxes, software.
I might just overvolt the sucker and fry it to convince the wife to do the overhaul right now LOL