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post #1 of 10
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Ok im just wondering if you guys could help me on prices.
Would like full system price an part out.

Motherboard Asus P6T6 WS Revolution new from RMA.

Cpu 980x the old owner lapped it.

Ram 4x2GB crucial ballistix 1866@9-9-9 I was going to use 3 for tri channel.

2 GTX 295s that are single pcb cards with swiftech epsilon blocks an air coolers.


Thanks.
post #2 of 10
Ohh that is some nice stuff you have there.
    
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post #3 of 10
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Yea an now I need it gone.
post #4 of 10
cpu 580
board 160/180
ram 50
295's 140/150 each

just educated guesses. an expert im not.

edit: I'm way off on the board. 240 + shipping ? also oc info on the chip would be very helpful. anyone who laps their chips should be able to provide lots of background on it.
Edited by King Who Dat - 2/15/12 at 2:06pm
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Yea an now I need it gone.

Sell it to me for 500 bucks and it'll be gone in the blink of an eye thumb.gif

Serious guess as to what it's worth though, I'll give it a try and see if others agree or disagree.

980x, somewhere around 600 or 650 I would say?
Mobo, considering it's still 320 from newegg and this is a brand new RMA, I would say around 200 bucks would be fair.
RAM, dirt cheap nowadays tbh, I'd agree with the above poster at around 50 bucks.
GTX 295s? I can't even begin to guess tbh, so I won't even try to estimate that.
Edited by b3machi7ke - 2/15/12 at 2:07pm
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So I should be able to get almost a 1000 for it all.
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So I should be able to get almost a 1000 for it all.

I would say 1k would certainly be a fair asking price. Dunno how quickly it would sell, maybe if you dropped it to 900 it would sell faster? But I'm still new at appraising things and don't have it down quite yet smile.gif personally, I would say between 900 and 1100 for the whole thing would be a fair price range
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post #8 of 10
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So I should be able to get almost a 1000 for it all.

I don't think 1000 total is unreasonable at all.
post #9 of 10
Just saw the mobo go for $150 @ OCF. It was bare board. Say $150-$175 for yours. Your limit is the platform meaning there's only so much anyone will pay for an X58 board...even if fresh from RMA.

The 980x around $500-$550...if you find someone still wanting to fork out that kinda cash for lga 1366 gear. They are out there but the number of buyers in dwindling down fast. Saw a 990x (4.8GHz o/c) go for $650 last week over at OCF, so that is what I'm using as a basis.

Ram we all know is dirt cheap...even 2 x 4GB sticks can be had for $50 or less, so that's probably about right in line for both your kits.

Cards...$120-$135 each. I've seen one listed at $200 (with waterblock) & it has had no action at all. Also one with stock cooling listed for $150...no action either. I bought a dual pcb version about 6 weeks ago for $120 shipped. I would consider that as the low end.

Also, don't think these parts will sell unless parted out. You need people that are trying to keep their current systems going with some component upgrades. Anyone ready to shell out $900-$1100 is going with a newer platform, either SB or SB-E (especially with the I7-8320 about to hit retail channels).

Hope that helps.

Edit: just realized that the cards have waterblocks. Up them to $150-$160. If you have the original coolers then maybe sell blocks by themselves.
Edited by Reefa_Madness - 2/15/12 at 4:57pm
post #10 of 10
Around $1000 for the lot. But you will make more by parting it out.
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