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No idea seems quite pointless.

To prove that Intel's marketing works.. Even though you're all just buying new hardware with small steps in the amount of features to the price premium you're all paying.

What price premium? I paid i7-3770k+UD5H for $209+79, I'm going to sell them well over their market value of $290+160 as a complete custom build for $1200 (sig rig only, WITHOUT GPU), and buy Haswell for $289+144.

The only sucker I see is you. Computer components are like cash, they hold value well. Why would you not upgrade your computer components any time something new comes out and sell off the old? Oh right, because we built a custom computer, you are another drone who apparently thinks once you build a computer system, it is glued in place, it's terribly difficult and inconvenient to swap any part out, and once you finish using a component it has to be thrown in the trash can.

Worst case scenario, Oh no, oh my god, I'm such a sucker because I basically paid $20-40 to 'rent' my ivy bridge system for a year, I got ripped off so hard! Idiot.

That said, the OP is terrible. If you want to spam like this, you need to post either in a blog, in the OCN Build Sub-Forum, or in a club thread. You sound like you are 16 years old too, stop that.
Edited by Belial - 6/4/13 at 8:30pm
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What price premium? I paid i7-3770k+UD5H for $209+79, I'm going to sell them well over their market value of $290+160 as a complete custom build for $1200 (sig rig only, WITHOUT GPU), and buy Haswell for $289+144.

The only sucker I see is you. Computer components are like cash, they hold value well. Why would you not upgrade your computer components any time something new comes out and sell off the old? Oh right, because we built a custom computer, you are another drone who apparently thinks once you build a computer system, it is glued in place, it's terribly difficult and inconvenient to swap any part out, and once you finish using a component it has to be thrown in the trash can.

Worst case scenario, Oh no, oh my god, I'm such a sucker because I basically paid $20-40 to 'rent' my ivy bridge system for a year, I got ripped off so hard! Idiot.

That said, the OP is terrible. If you want to spam like this, you need to post either in a blog, in the OCN Build Sub-Forum, or in a club thread. You sound like you are 16 years old too, stop that.

How many times have you done this? PC components do not hold their value...at all. Its like a car, all the money you throw in, you WILL NOT get back out. I tried to sell my overclocked 1055t and MBfor what they are worth...didnt work. Then I tried half that....still didnt work. Ive also tried to sell a few gaming PCs as a whole on CL....not one hit even when i took all parts down to 50% market value.

Bought my 6870 for $190. Was worth $100 six months later (that's a very high selling mark).

People are selling 7970s with $130 water blocks for $320 here. They go for $530 new.

Edit : How in gods name are all of you doing this? I wish I could make profit building PCs!
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Hey Welcome to the recycling club!

I did the same thing by reusing my Sandy bridge CPU and motherboard to make a second desktop tongue.gif
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I sold my last desktop fully functional for 50 bucks MORE than I paid for all the parts a year and a half later. Its all about presentation. I used that money to update my sig rig with a new mobo/8350, more ram, new PSU, and about half the price of the second graphics card I bought.
 
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How many times have you done this? PC components do not hold their value...at all. Its like a car, all the money you throw in, you WILL NOT get back out. I tried to sell my overclocked 1055t and MBfor what they are worth...didnt work. Then I tried half that....still didnt work. Ive also tried to sell a few gaming PCs as a whole on CL....not one hit even when i took all parts down to 50% market value.

Bought my 6870 for $190. Was worth $100 six months later (that's a very high selling mark).

People are selling 7970s with $130 water blocks for $320 here. They go for $530 new.

Edit : How in gods name are all of you doing this? I wish I could make profit building PCs!

You make the cash by charging labor costs, being patient, and not taking less than you want or getting really good trades.
 
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I am very much of the opinion that if you frequently upgrade you tend to get a little bit more money back for your parts, certainly not purchase price but you do not lose as much than if wait to sell after multiple revisions or series. I sold my three 680s for $400 a piece a year after I bought them for $499, I didn't think that was a bad deal for me or the person buying them. However in saying that I'm still on socket 1366 as I didn't think the performance gains with SBE would be worth selling my $1000 CPU until IBE in September.

At this point I would usually say ooh Id better stop derailing this thread but don't think it was ever going anywhere.biggrin.gif
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What's with all the 'flipping' arguments.
Maybe people have an income sustainable enough to buy whatever computer parts they would enjoy without the hassle. thumb.gif

Also not sure why the OP is being yapped about, he's obviously excited about some new computer equipment, which is practically the entire basis of this site. tongue.gif
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What price premium? I paid i7-3770k+UD5H for $209+79, I'm going to sell them well over their market value of $290+160 as a complete custom build for $1200 (sig rig only, WITHOUT GPU), and buy Haswell for $289+144.

The only sucker I see is you. Computer components are like cash, they hold value well. Why would you not upgrade your computer components any time something new comes out and sell off the old? Oh right, because we built a custom computer, you are another drone who apparently thinks once you build a computer system, it is glued in place, it's terribly difficult and inconvenient to swap any part out, and once you finish using a component it has to be thrown in the trash can.

Worst case scenario, Oh no, oh my god, I'm such a sucker because I basically paid $20-40 to 'rent' my ivy bridge system for a year, I got ripped off so hard! Idiot.

That said, the OP is terrible. If you want to spam like this, you need to post either in a blog, in the OCN Build Sub-Forum, or in a club thread. You sound like you are 16 years old too, stop that.

Yeah I do the whole updating my system thing too..
But I'm just saying for now it's a waste until something better comes out tongue.gif

Well, something that's a bigger upgrade thumb.gif
 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Convertible i5 3570k (De-Lidded) Gigabyte Z77x-D3H XFX R9 290 With Koolance Block (1179/1450) 16GB G-Skill Ares 1866 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Samsung 840 Evo Seagate Barracuda 2TB Western Digital Green 2TB Samsung Spinpoint 1TB 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingCooling
Western Digital Green 640GB 2x OEM DVD Drives Heatkiller Rev 3.0 XSPC RX360 
CoolingCoolingCoolingOS
Laing D5 + XSPC Res Primochill Bloodshed Red Tubing Koolance Fullcover R9 290x Block Windows 10 Pro x64 
MonitorMonitorMonitorKeyboard
Asus VEH228H Asus VE228H Aavara TS742 Dual Monitor Stand Ducky Shine II Cherry Blue RED Backlit Mechanic... 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Silverstone Strider 850W HAF 932 Logitech G400 Gigabyte Ghost 
AudioOther
Microlab Solo6c Logitech C100 Webcam 
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Seven Seven Five
(12 items)
 
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Convertible i5 3570k (De-Lidded) Gigabyte Z77x-D3H XFX R9 290 With Koolance Block (1179/1450) 16GB G-Skill Ares 1866 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Samsung 840 Evo Seagate Barracuda 2TB Western Digital Green 2TB Samsung Spinpoint 1TB 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingCooling
Western Digital Green 640GB 2x OEM DVD Drives Heatkiller Rev 3.0 XSPC RX360 
CoolingCoolingCoolingOS
Laing D5 + XSPC Res Primochill Bloodshed Red Tubing Koolance Fullcover R9 290x Block Windows 10 Pro x64 
MonitorMonitorMonitorKeyboard
Asus VEH228H Asus VE228H Aavara TS742 Dual Monitor Stand Ducky Shine II Cherry Blue RED Backlit Mechanic... 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Silverstone Strider 850W HAF 932 Logitech G400 Gigabyte Ghost 
AudioOther
Microlab Solo6c Logitech C100 Webcam 
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