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[Appraisal] Two machines, dual Socket 2011 and a socket 1366

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Hey everyone, due to some extenuating circumstances involving family, a lack of health insurance, and some of the diseases I fold for in the first place I am looking to sell off both my gaming machine and folding machine and build something much more practical. I will list out all of what will be for sale, I would greatly appreciate your best guesses as to what it would be worth. I know how much I have into these, but I need to come up with some money in a hurry so I'm not looking for absolute top dollar. Thanks!

Folding machine (this is all only about a month old) consists of:

Dual E5-2650's
Asus Z9PE-D8 WS Dual socket 2011 - Retail box w/ all accessories
32GB Corsair Vengeance LP DDR3 1600

Also, I would include the water loop if the buyer wants it:

2x XSPC Raystorms
XSPC EX360
XSPC dual bayres w/MCP350
6x Bitfenix Spectres



The gaming machine:

i7 980 (non-extreme)
Asus Rampage III Extreme board and I/O plate only
12GB Vcolor DDR3
MSI GTX 680 Lightning
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I'm really sorry to hear about that man. I truly wish I had some money to make you an offer, but we're broke as a joke here.

I'm sure some of the great members of OCN would be more than willing to buy some goods!

Best of wishes.

-Kyle
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I'm really sorry to hear about that man. I truly wish I had some money to make you an offer, but we're broke as a joke here.
I'm sure some of the great members of OCN would be more than willing to buy some goods!
Best of wishes.
-Kyle

Thanks, I was hoping this wouldn't be necessary but my savings only went so far. Also, I would like to add that the E5-2650's are not retail chips, and thats all I'll say about it (I'm sure everyone knows what I mean).
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