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post #21 of 97
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Its worth $80-90 and doing some searches comes back with that range also.


Then how do you explain this?
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Intel-Core2-DUO-E6850-3-0Ghz-4MB-1333Mhz-SLA9U-LGA-775-Desktop-CPU-Processor-/140832403444?pt=CPUs&hash=item20ca43eff4

I do understand that it isn't worth all that much to people in the overclock.net marketplace, but I am selling it on eBay and people on there probably will pay at least $120 for it if not more.

I would not spend that much on it. I probably wouldn't even bother with that old of a CPU and save my money for something like a 3770k or 3570k, overclock to 4.8-5.0GHz on water cooling.

But for a budget gaming PC the E6850 could be a great CPU if the owner can't afford a motherboard with a chipset and socket designed to support anything other than an LGA775. Even with just a Corsair H60, H80,or H100 water cooling kit, that E6850 could easily run at or over 4.0GHz comfortably. Motherboards with chipsets like the P45, X38 and X48 are really cheap now so that would more than make up for the cost of the best C2D 65nm CPU ever made.

I explain it that people selling on ebay are just being greedy and unrealistic but even on ebay you can find more realistic prices for this cpu. I think since yours is unopened in a box it may be worth more to someone. Maybe a collector.

http://www.serversupply.com/products/part_search/pid_lookup.asp?pid=107572&gclid=CN7wqMbHvLUCFQmxnQodISUA0w

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Intel-Core-2-Duo-E6850-3-00GHz-4M-1333-SLA9U-3GHz-3-0-GHz-/150996434883?pt=CPUs&hash=item232816bfc3

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Intel-Core-2-Duo-E6850-SLA9U-3-GHz-4M-1333-MHZ-LGA-775-Dual-Core-Processor-/321068300370?pt=CPUs&hash=item4ac1297852

http://www.cpumedics.com/sla9u.html?gclid=CKeY2qvIvLUCFRA6nAod1QsASw

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0015L7EZW/ref=asc_df_B0015L7EZW2390080?smid=A1PY2TJ4XEJEFD&tag=nextagusmp0359533-20&linkCode=asn&creative=395105&creativeASIN=B0015L7EZW
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post #22 of 97
I see you obviously know what it's worth. And you know the price you want for it. Main question is, why ask in a Appraisal thread? Collectors are crazy over anything they find interesting. Here on OCN People see old tech and call it old tech. They don't wanna collect it, they wanna use it for a Computer to give to there son or there Grandmother. Your in the wrong site buddy.
Edited by RussianHak - 2/16/13 at 9:15pm
post #23 of 97
People can ask whatever they want for something on eBay - doesn't mean it will sell. Computer parts are not like cars - even the classics don't go up in value with age.
Your likely customer is trying to keep an ancient rig going -so they won't be spending a lot. And they won't be using $110 liquid cooling solutions with this.
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post #24 of 97
I agree with a $40-$50 price range. I bought my own i3 BNIB for $100 two years ago, and it beats the hell off any C2D CPU, and even goes toe to toe/beats with C2Q's.

It might have a home with a collector, but even so, i doubt it'd be over $50. Even if it is "the best 65nm C2D made" it is still a 65nm part. Heck, the newest toys from Intel are 22 nm (Ivy Bridge) and even the "last-gen" CPU's which are 32 nm (Sandy Bridge) are faster and more power-efficient than any C2D/C2Q.

Never base your prices on a single eBay seller, they either are greedy asses trying to scam people, or they don't really know what they're selling. Also, there ate tons of other bids for way lower prices than the one you plan to add. Be prepared to hold it for quite a bit of time, if you ever happen to sell it.
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post #25 of 97
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Then how do you explain this?
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Intel-Core2-DUO-E6850-3-0Ghz-4MB-1333Mhz-SLA9U-LGA-775-Desktop-CPU-Processor-/140832403444?pt=CPUs&hash=item20ca43eff4
That is the cheapest new(not used) Intel C2D E6850 on ebay. I think you guys are looking at the prices for used ones. Mine is new not used.

I do understand that it isn't worth all that much to people in the overclock.net marketplace, but I am selling it on eBay and people on there probably will pay at least $120 for it if not more.

I would not spend that much on it. I probably wouldn't even bother with that old of a CPU and save my money for something like a 3770k or 3570k, overclock to 4.8-5.0GHz on water cooling.

But for a budget gaming PC the E6850 could be a great CPU if the owner can't afford a motherboard with a chipset and socket designed to support anything other than an LGA775. Even with just a Corsair H60, H80,or H100 water cooling kit, that E6850 could easily run at or over 4.0GHz comfortably. Motherboards with chipsets like the P45, X38 and X48 are really cheap now so that would more than make up for the cost of the best C2D 65nm CPU ever made.

I will let you know how much I get from it when it sells. Honestly, i am expecting near $100 but would be happy with $75. These prices are shipped too. The shipping will cost me $12.35 and for items like these I always purchase shipping insurance just in case the item is damaged during shipping.

Let me set you straight.

How do I explain that? It's simply someone with overly inflated prices such as yourself. Just because he is selling them doesnt mean people are buying them. That is going to be your problem.

Lets say you want a casette tape, you can buy them on ebay for like $3, but since mine is unopened from 1999 I try to sell it to you for $30, are you going to pay 10x the price just so you know it was never opened? NO, and neither will anyone on ebay, even for processors.

Someone who is looking to buy a C2D ovbiously doesn't have a lot of money to start with, or they would buy something newer. So if they dont have much money, are they going to choose one of the many E6850's for $40 on ebay, or yours that is $150 just because it's NIB?

Also, is anyone going to spend $100 for a H100 just to let it waste away on a Core2Duo, NOPE. You really do need to get with the times, even at 4.0Ghz they can buy an i7 920 for the same price as you want to sell this E6850 and just blow it out of the water. Nobody cares about 775 anymore, nobody is going to pay a premium because its NIB.

I bet you wont tell us, you'll be embarrased when your listing for $150 is still not sold 6 months from now. Your expectations are way too high.
     
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post #26 of 97
because here on ocn we base prices on performance.......just think about what kind of cpus are available for $120, and then see how much faster they are for that price........here is an E8400 for $40 shipped http://www.ebay.com/itm/INTEL-CORE-2-DUO-3-00-GHz-6M-775-LGA-E8400-SLAPL-/170991161336?pt=CPUs&hash=item27cfde0ff8 .......this will destroy your e6850 in overclocking ability and performance, use less voltage, and run cooler because of 45nm......and all for $80 less than your 6850
    
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post #27 of 97
35 shipped.
 
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post #28 of 97
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$35-50 tops as everyone else said. Also, there is no way a Conroe is beating an i3 or i5 of any generation. It's a 775 dual core. It is long past its time. Still relevant, but hardly a performance cpu.

I'm thinking that a C2D E6850 would beat an Intel i3-530 in some benchmarks especially if the E6850 was overclocked the the i3-530 wasn't.
   
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post #29 of 97
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I'm thinking that a C2D E6850 would beat an Intel i3-530 in some benchmarks especially if the E6850 was overclocked the the i3-530 wasn't.

Your thinking is wrong.

Even if it does beat it, what difference does it make? Someone can still go get a used e6850 or a used e8400 for $40 and beat your $150 e6850.

It seems like your missing the point. Having the box makes no difference, at all, whatsoever, it's an E6850 and that's all it'll ever be. If you want it to sell, you'll sell it the way others are sold.
Edited by EpicAMDGamer - 2/16/13 at 9:51pm
     
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post #30 of 97
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I'm thinking that a C2D E6850 would beat an Intel i3-530 in some benchmarks especially if the E6850 was overclocked the the i3-530 wasn't.

Youd be wrong. The jump from the core2 series to the i series was similar to the jump from a 1core p4 to c2d. Sorry they dont compete. My q9550 at 4.0 got trounced by my i5-760 at 4.0. Both running ram at 1066 to be fair.
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