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Reefa_Madness is the ram man indeed.

I say around $180 shipped.
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One bit of info that will influence the value of those modules is the version number, as it will give clues to the overclocking headroom that they may have.

On the actual module label you will see, in addition to the timings and voltage info, a "verx.xx". It may be "ver4.13" which indicates Samsung HCH9 ICs under the hood, or "ver5.12" which would indicate Hynix CFR chips. Other possibilities are "ver8.1x" (Nanya) or perhaps a "ver3.xx" indicating Micron chips.
interesting. could you list which chips would be the best to worst among those versions u listed in terms of overclocking headroom? i will make note of that if i decide to put it on the market place. thank you for the knowledge. +rep
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My personal preference would go like this...

(1) ver4.13 - Samsung ICs (HCH9)
(2) ver5.12 - Hynix ICs (CFR)
(3) ver8.16 - Nanya ICs

Don't know for a fact that they made these particular series with Micron, but they did use Micron on the Vengeance, so they may have used them on the Plats, as well. If so, then Micron would be a ver3.xx type number and I would list them at #3 above the Nanya. The Nanya chips have also been used in some DDR3-2000 CL9 kits, so that it probably their max OC. The lower binned Samsung and the Hynix will usually run at least 2133 and maybe 2400. Corsair really bins their ICs tightly these days, so those modules below 2133 aren't usually going to have a bunch of headroom. That is why it is good to know what version (and therefore what ICs) the modules are.
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My personal preference would go like this...

(1) ver4.13 - Samsung ICs (HCH9)
(2) ver5.12 - Hynix ICs (CFR)
(3) ver8.16 - Nanya ICs

Don't know for a fact that they made these particular series with Micron, but they did use Micron on the Vengeance, so they may have used them on the Plats, as well. If so, then Micron would be a ver3.xx type number and I would list them at #3 above the Nanya. The Nanya chips have also been used in some DDR3-2000 CL9 kits, so that it probably their max OC. The lower binned Samsung and the Hynix will usually run at least 2133 and maybe 2400. Corsair really bins their ICs tightly these days, so those modules below 2133 aren't usually going to have a bunch of headroom. That is why it is good to know what version (and therefore what ICs) the modules are.

ok, so i checked the modules and the ones i have are the ver5.12 which are hynix. would love to hear your input now on how much they're worth.
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$200 for the ram, and you should ask trader to include a little bit of cash as used 830 256GB is only worth around $120-$140.
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You can buy a kit of GSkill DDR3-2400 CL11 from the Egg on sale from $55 to $65, depending on the specific deals, so going off that, $50 per kits for used Corsair Plats would seem to be in line, so as nanoscale posted, $200 would be about right, but since the Corsairs have an edge on the appearance, you might be able to get $220-225 for them. To get much more it would most likely have to be a case of someone already having 4 of these modules and wanting 4 more to match, etc.
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