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That was one of the stupidest, and most hilarious for sale posts I've seen on Craigslist in a while...

The last one that cracked me up that hard, was when my brother had a junk recliner he was throwing out, that literally looked post apocalyptic.... he took all these nice photos of it with a back drop and everything, and then posted it on Craigslist for $500 and use things like "this recliner is an antic, and is absolutely amazing...... extremely beautiful..... wonderfully confortable." etc.....

The difference is, his was meant to be a joke...... THAT!? I don't know what the hell that kid is thinking or who he thinks he is impressing and/or fooling, but that ad is just ridiculous! lachen.gif

At least in USA in places like Craigslist or Ebay, you can actually find bargains. Here Ebay, on anything "current" informatics stuff, it's all a sort of an illusion. Some people who don't know, go in Ebay to buy simply thinking "it's Ebay, so it MUST be cheaper" and they actually pay MORE than buying from a shop.

For example. FX8320E. Cheapest on Ebay 135 euros.

http://www.ebay.it/sch/i.html?_odkw=fx-6300&_sop=2&_osacat=0&_from=R40&_trksid=p2045573.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.H0.Xfx-8320e.TRS0&_nkw=fx-8320e&_sacat=0

Cheapest to buy from a shop right now: 125 euros:

http://www.prokoo.com/fxseries-fx8320e-32ghz-piledriver-p-106894.html

This is true for anything. Because people just don't sell "new gen" processors on Ebay here. They keep using them. This is what you get for searching on italian only adds for "Phenom 1090T":

http://www.ebay.it/sch/i.html?_sop=2&_from=R40&_sacat=0&_nkw=Phenom%201090T&rt=nc&LH_PrefLoc=1&_trksid=p2045573.m1684

-0 1090T
- 1 1100T for 121 euros
- 1 960T for 55 euros. That's all folks!

Of course, you can always search for "Athlon 640" and you get the 1st result, a used "potente" (=powerful) sample for "only" 49.90 euros. BUT, you also get the amazing deals following, with pre-assembled PCs sporting the "ultramodern" Athlon 640 sold as "new" rigs! biggrin.gif

http://www.ebay.it/sch/i.html?_odkw=Athlon+II&LH_PrefLoc=1&_sop=2&_osacat=0&_from=R40&_trksid=p2045573.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.H0.XAthlon+II+640.TRS0&_nkw=Athlon+II+640&_sacat=0

^ So people actually go and buy "new" Athlon 640 rigs, thinking it's like cutting edge technology.
Edited by Undervolter - 11/3/15 at 10:29am
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I hope not, ha ha. I'll make do with one for now. At these prices I can't afford to be tooooo picky. Got all the parts in bound. Board and ram here today CPU tomorrow. Itried something a bit different for ram though. PNY Anarchy 2800 CL16 1.2v, we'll see how that goes http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820178866&cm_re=pny_anarchy-_-20-178-866-_-Product

Any idea of their chips?

Are they making their own?

Just from people's recommendations, Hynix on top, followed by Samsang. I will be keeping an eye on your HE journey fo sho.
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"it's Ebay, so it MUST be cheaper" and they actually pay MORE than buying from a shop.
Ebay has really gone downhill since they put in Buy It Now and raised their fees.

It used to have good deals.

Plus, it's filled with idiots who don't use anti-static mats when they photograph motherboards and such. Some of them literally lay a motherboard down on carpet. buttkick.gif

There are still deals but there is a huge volume of garbage you have to navigate through.
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Ebay has really gone downhill since they put in Buy It Now and raised their fees.

It used to have good deals.

Plus, it's filled with idiots who don't use anti-static mats when they photograph motherboards and such. Some of them literally lay a motherboard down on carpet. buttkick.gif

There are still deals but there is a huge volume of garbage you have to navigate through.

I knew there was a reason to keep the static bag rolleyes.gif
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Ebay has really gone downhill since they put in Buy It Now and raised their fees.

It used to have good deals.

Plus, it's filled with idiots who don't use anti-static mats when they photograph motherboards and such. Some of them literally lay a motherboard down on carpet. buttkick.gif

There are still deals but there is a huge volume of garbage you have to navigate through.

Yeah, well, i never bothered with anything from Ebay, exactly because you never know what kind of moron has had it before. When i was a student, i 've had several flatmates that were Ebay maniacs and they were pretty much abusing anything they were afterwards selling, after trying to cover their traces of abuse. So, i just don't trust 2nd hand stuff... even more so in electronics. But there are still people here that think "Ebay must be cheaper" and so they end up with those Athlon II AM3 rigs, when at the same money they could get a new gen PC from AMD or Intel. Because there isn't much of another big 2nd hand market here, so one that wants a PC, often thinks "maybe i will buy 2nd hand, so i will buy from Ebay, it will be cheaper"...It's a matter of reputation and a problem of the common people being misinformed about computers.

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I knew there was a reason to keep the static bag rolleyes.gif

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I knew there was a reason to keep the static bag rolleyes.gif
I thought you used it so your chips wouldn't give you any static about eating them or overheating them....double pun ftw...
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Where is Mike the Owl?

im sure hes flying around somewhere lol

last i heard his gfx card took a hit and he couldnt afford a new one till next week
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