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I'm going to be selling my rig. Its sitting in the closet right now. Last week i had life changing event. Not that i don't love computers anymore. I just get so obsessed with it that i have forget all the people in my life.

I will selling the current items:

I7 3930K (1 1/2 year old)
H100 WaterCooling (Purchased around XMAS)
ASUS RAMPAGE IV GENE (1 1/2 year old)
Corsair dominator 2133MHZ 2x4gb (Got them for XMAS)
Corsair HX 850 watt (Bought from another member on here. About 2 years old)
EVGA GTX TITAN (Already registered)
ASUS GTX TITAN (UNOPENED)

Let me know what you think.

Thank you
Edited by Fallendreams - 3/18/13 at 5:48am
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post #2 of 15

Don't do it.

 

People always have this kind of phases and even I did before. But when you sell your rig and sit at home extremely bored, you will regret the decision.

 

Don't blame your PC for ignoring people.

 

Just pay attention to your friends and family, also play games on your PC.

 

Both things can work together.

 

Your current PC is a beast and KEEP this PC for 2-3 years without upgrading a single thing. The urge of upgrading might make you focus on PC more than required. Just keep the PC. Enjoy it when you are at home, also spend time with other people.

 

Honestly. The key is not to upgrade this PC of yours. Even if 780 comes out or 790 comes out and it is powerful than the Titan, still keep the Titan.

 

Don't even buy another SSD.

post #3 of 15
^^ This guy is right. Spending 8-10 hours a week doing things on your PC is not unhealthy. You have a rig that will max games for a few years as is. When you only have 10 hours per week, you'll find that you pick one or two games and play just enough to enjoy the hell out of it without sacrificing time for more important things.

Instead of treating it like a drug and trying to quit cold turkey, you should just scale it down in importance until you feel like you've achieved balance in your life. Otherwise, you'll sell it now and then start looking to build a new rig once things calm down.

As much as we love to tweak and OC things here, sometimes we have to realize that it's a waste of time and money to purchase new parts for the sake of unboxing, installing, and benchmarking. Some of that is fun, sure, but it feels much better if you actually use it to do enjoyable light gaming that breaks the monotony of real life.

Keep the rig, pick your favorite games and play for a little a week to enjoy it in a healthy balance with your more important priorities, and show others who may be questioning those priorities that you can rearrange your priorities without taking draatic measures to do it.
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post #4 of 15
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Originally Posted by iARDAs View Post

Don't do it.

People always have this kind of phases and even I did before. But when you sell your rig and sit at home extremely bored, you will regret the decision.

Don't blame your PC for ignoring people.

Just pay attention to your friends and family, also play games on your PC.

Both things can work together.

Your current PC is a beast and KEEP this PC for 2-3 years without upgrading a single thing. The urge of upgrading might make you focus on PC more than required. Just keep the PC. Enjoy it when you are at home, also spend time with other people.

Honestly. The key is not to upgrade this PC of yours. Even if 780 comes out or 790 comes out and it is powerful than the Titan, still keep the Titan.

Don't even buy another SSD.
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Originally Posted by littledonny View Post

^^ This guy is right. Spending 8-10 hours a week doing things on your PC is not unhealthy. You have a rig that will max games for a few years as is. When you only have 10 hours per week, you'll find that you pick one or two games and play just enough to enjoy the hell out of it without sacrificing time for more important things.

Instead of treating it like a drug and trying to quit cold turkey, you should just scale it down in importance until you feel like you've achieved balance in your life. Otherwise, you'll sell it now and then start looking to build a new rig once things calm down.

As much as we love to tweak and OC things here, sometimes we have to realize that it's a waste of time and money to purchase new parts for the sake of unboxing, installing, and benchmarking. Some of that is fun, sure, but it feels much better if you actually use it to do enjoyable light gaming that breaks the monotony of real life.

Keep the rig, pick your favorite games and play for a little a week to enjoy it in a healthy balance with your more important priorities, and show others who may be questioning those priorities that you can rearrange your priorities without taking draatic measures to do it.

I get what you are saying. I need to start saving money and get out of my house more. I screwed up when i bought those titans. Now i have to pay the price. I just need this stuff gone. So i can move on.

Thank you guys

edit:

I just need to know what there worth redface.gif
Edited by Fallendreams - 3/18/13 at 6:13am
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post #5 of 15
And as far as appraisals go, everything is probably worth 80-90% of what it currently goes for new, depending on overclockability and whether you have original boxes and documentation.
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post #6 of 15
I think around $2800 would be fair for everything.
post #7 of 15
3930k - 450$ shipped.
RIV-G - 210$ shipped.
H100 - 65$ shipped.
Corsair Dominators - 80$ shipped.
HX 850 - 95$ shipped.
Titans - 900$ shipped for the registered one, and 950$ for the unopened one.
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post #8 of 15
It would be ideal if you were to sell the PC in its entirety, especially to those whom do not know very much of computers. At your specifications, to a person whom has a good amount of tech experience, the PC's price should be placed at around $2,400. United States Dollars, of course.
post #9 of 15
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It's the appraisals section, the OP wasn't seeking for an advice about what do to with his build.

3930k - 450$ shipped.
RIV-G - 210$ shipped.
H100 - 65$ shipped.
Corsair Dominators - 80$ shipped.
HX 850 - 95$ shipped.
Titans - 900$ shipped for the registered one, and 950$ for the unopened one.

Sounds good to me. Thank you.
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post #10 of 15
In the event you decide to sell your PC via ebay or similar, I regret to say you would find that you would get more money for the parts (ie break it up) than you would by selling it as a complete rig. People who buy on ebay are looking for a bargain and will rarely bid a realistic price for a high end PC. In the case of the Titans you would likely get (as a previous poster said) 90% of the original price.
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