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Appraisal: E6300, Celeron D326 + Old Dell System

post #1 of 9
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Hello all,

I finally have the 35rep needed to post in these forums.... VERY happy indeed.

So I'm thinking of selling 2 processors:

1 Celeron D326
Batch No: L544B169
Spec Finder Results: http://processorfinder.intel.com/det...px?sSpec=SL7TU

1 Core 2 Duo E6300
Batch No: L626A258
Spec Finder Results: http://processorfinder.intel.com/Det...SL9SA&OrdCode=
The processor in question is the one in my rig... see the build log in my sig for current performance.

Both are retail packages. The very best precautions were taken when handeling both of these items... Retail package includes Box, heat sinks, warranty and even the case sticker. Boxes are in good shape, though I did have a hard time opening the E6300 box. That's the very worst thing I can say about it though.

Finally the Dell:

Dell Dimention 8200
P4 1.7GHz Williamette Processor
256MB RDRAM
160GB upgraded WD HD
GeForce2 Graphics Card
CD/RW Drive (upgraded)
http://support.dell.com/support/edoc...cs.htm#1101572

... frankly I wondering if it's worth selling, maybe I could sell the HD seperately (ATA). Oops, forgot to mention that the drive in question is currently in my sig rig... not really of any importance though.

Thanks folks!
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post #2 of 9
For the Dell I would say $150-200
For the C2D : $140-150
For celeron :$50..Maybe...Not sure.
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Bump for modified description and title.
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$150.00 for the CPU sounds about right. (E6300)
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post #5 of 9
i'd say the celleron would be about 35-40
the dell 100 or less
the core two duo is worth about 150 used
    
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e2140 P5N32-SE SLI Deluxe 8500gt super+ 1gb 4gb 2x buffalo 1x rendition, 1x kngstn valueram 
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160gb seagate dvd-rw and a false cd drive like in sig xp home oem samsung crappy POS 
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The RAM in the dell would be worth about $80 alone, I'd say. RDRAM is very expensive.
    
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post #7 of 9
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Hummm... not sure if it's worth changing my E6300... I'd only upgrade to an E6400 (Xeon 3050 if I could find one in Canada).

I figured that I'd get a better price for my chip than my board... plus replacing the board is a pain in the @ss.

I originally paid 235CDN for the chip, plus TX and Shipping. 250 x 0.87 (current exchange rate) ~ 217 US.. so the discount would be over 30%.... bah, probably keep the C2D.

The celly has to go, and the dell might not be worth the trouble (shipping is a pain, and the buyer would probably be reluctant to absorb the costs.

Any other appraisals?
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post #8 of 9
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Originally Posted by adam144 View Post
The RAM in the dell would be worth about $80 alone, I'd say. RDRAM is very expensive.
rdram is expensive but remember it's only 256. don't forget that it's being sold in one piece and therefor shipping is going to be a beast and in such situations i'd expect to get a deal. i'd have to say 100 would be a liberal estimate
    
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e2140 P5N32-SE SLI Deluxe 8500gt super+ 1gb 4gb 2x buffalo 1x rendition, 1x kngstn valueram 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
160gb seagate dvd-rw and a false cd drive like in sig xp home oem samsung crappy POS 
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really bad crappy some piece of crap i got for cheap bad 
Mouse Pad
bad 
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e2140 P5N32-SE SLI Deluxe 8500gt super+ 1gb 4gb 2x buffalo 1x rendition, 1x kngstn valueram 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
160gb seagate dvd-rw and a false cd drive like in sig xp home oem samsung crappy POS 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
really bad crappy some piece of crap i got for cheap bad 
Mouse Pad
bad 
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post #9 of 9
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Last bump before sale... Celeron has to go, but I'm pretty reluctant for the others.
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4x1TB, 3 for storage 1 for OS Windows Vista Samsung Syncmaster 940BW -- 
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