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Selling Graphics Card and Processor

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November 12, 2012 3:23:58 AM

Hello. I was looking to sell a few graphics cards and a processor and I'm not sure how much I could get for selling all of them. I want to update to a better graphics card and I'm getting rid of most of the components inside my computer. I know this section isn't for processors, but I have four graphics cards versus one processor... :kaola: 

Anyway, here's what I have.

1. ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT - 256MB - Used 2008 to 2012
2. XFX Radeon HD 6450 - 2GB - Used for a few months
3. Evga Nvidia Geforce GT 640 Superclocked 26MHz - 2GB - Used for the last month
4. Nvidia Geforce GT 620 - Coming in new computer tomorrow
5. Intel Core 2 Quad-core Q6600 clocked at 2.4GHz - Used from 2008 to present

All are in perfect working condition, though quite low-end.

Also, I was wondering what the best graphics card that I could buy with the money I may be able to get for these cards. I believe I'll be getting a 460-watt power supply.

Thank you. :hello: 

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November 12, 2012 3:58:07 AM

testedtwice said:
Hello. I was looking to sell a few graphics cards and a processor and I'm not sure how much I could get for selling all of them. I want to update to a better graphics card and I'm getting rid of most of the components inside my computer. I know this section isn't for processors, but I have four graphics cards versus one processor... :kaola: 

Anyway, here's what I have.

1. ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT - 256MB - Used 2008 to 2012
2. XFX Radeon HD 6450 - 2GB - Used for a few months
3. Evga Nvidia Geforce GT 640 Superclocked 26MHz - 2GB - Used for the last month
4. Nvidia Geforce GT 620 - Coming in new computer tomorrow
5. Intel Core 2 Quad-core Q6600 clocked at 2.4GHz - Used from 2008 to present

All are in perfect working condition, though quite low-end.

Also, I was wondering what the best graphics card that I could buy with the money I may be able to get for these cards. I believe I'll be getting a 460-watt power supply.

Thank you. :hello: 

Research your area/country average prices and then make the decision yourself. As for the 460 watt PSU, if its one thing you DO NOT want to cheap out on its the PSU, especially if you are planning on getting a GFX card which needs dedicated power from the 12V rails - which is almost any decent card nowadays.
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