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Appraisal: EK GTX470 waterblock, Bitspower compression fittings, XSPC 240mm Rad, EVGA stickers, EVGA 680i/DDR2/E6700

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I need to sell some parts from my former GTX 470 watercooling system. These pieces are tarnished and need to be cleaned up.

XSPC 240mm Rad, I believe this is from their RX series as it's quite thick. I have some handy brackets attached that will mount it into a 5.25" drive bay location.

6x Bitspower compression fittings. If I recall correctly, these are G3/8 thread, 7/16" ID and 5/8" OD

EK GTX470 water block. This one suffered from the nickel plating coming off.

An EVGA 680i mobo, 4x1GB Corsair Dominator DDR2 1066, and an Intel E6700 dual core CPU --- I would like to sell this as a complete unit

2x EVGA Stickers

Thanks. smile.gif










Edited by Greg121986 - 9/28/13 at 6:49pm
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You stated that the parts needed cleaning...are you going to clean the parts up before selling them? That will certainly affect their value, or at least their attractiveness to potential buyers.

My best guess on the parts.
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XSPC 240mm Rad, I believe this is from their RX series as it's quite thick. I have some handy brackets attached that will mount it into a 5.25" drive bay location.

The RX series are decent so I'll say around $35 to $40.
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6x Bitspower compression fittings. If I recall correctly, these are G3/8 thread, 7/16" ID and 5/8" OD

Are you sure about the G3/8 thread? Not much use for those except perhaps for someone with an older Thermachill PA rad, or somthing similar. Say $3-$4 each...maybe.
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EK GTX470 water block. This one suffered from the nickel plating coming off.

For a tarnished nickel plated WB I'd say not much more than $20-$25.
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An EVGA 680i mobo, 4x1GB Corsair Dominator DDR2 1066, and an Intel E6700 dual core CPU --- I would like to sell this as a complete unit

EVGA mobo - saw one on [H] not too long ago for $40
Corsair 1GB modules...what voltage and timings? Hard to value without knowing what it is that you're selling.
E6700 - $15-$20 range (quad 6600s go for $25-$30)
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2x EVGA Stickers
Give 'em away to buyers of other parts...couldn't imagine that they have any resale value.

Maybe this will get the ball rolling.
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Originally Posted by Reefa_Madness View Post

You stated that the parts needed cleaning...are you going to clean the parts up before selling them? That will certainly affect their value, or at least their attractiveness to potential buyers.

My best guess on the parts.
The RX series are decent so I'll say around $35 to $40.
Are you sure about the G3/8 thread? Not much use for those except perhaps for someone with an older Thermachill PA rad, or somthing similar. Say $3-$4 each...maybe.
For a tarnished nickel plated WB I'd say not much more than $20-$25.
EVGA mobo - saw one on [H] not too long ago for $40
Corsair 1GB modules...what voltage and timings? Hard to value without knowing what it is that you're selling.
E6700 - $15-$20 range (quad 6600s go for $25-$30)
Give 'em away to buyers of other parts...couldn't imagine that they have any resale value.

Maybe this will get the ball rolling.

How much do you want for the MOBO+CPU+RAM Please let me know Thank you....thumb.gif
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