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post #11 of 21
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But it doesnt make any sense like that... you should put the part from you in there too.

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post #12 of 21
I dunno, i kind of liked it out of context. How's this look?
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I mean I wasnt forcing you to change it.. its your sig, do whatever you like better...

Man this conversation really crapped up my appraisal thread.
post #14 of 21
50 each 100 for both.

i would pay more than 50 for a used set when new ones are only 65 and 40 amir >_>
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I would say $100 for all. I will assume you would get single sided IC's and, since you can get new for $130, $80 after MIR, $100 seems fair.
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$100 if you can't verify that they overclock all that well here at OCN
$125 if you can verify that they are beastly overclockers
$150 on Ebay.
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What would be better... selling them as NIB, or opening them and testing the overclockability, then selling them?

I think NIB would be best for eBay, people here dont really care if its new or not.
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What would be better... selling them as NIB, or opening them and testing the overclockability, then selling them?

I think NIB would be best for eBay, people here dont really care if its new or not.
I would sell them as NIB on ebay. That is you best bet to get top dollar. When selling on ebay, all you are really obligated to do is make sure they run at stock sppeds. On OCN, people will want to know the overclockabilty, which could potentially lower the sale price.
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I would sell them as NIB on ebay. That is you best bet to get top dollar. When selling on ebay, all you are really obligated to do is make sure they run at stock sppeds. On OCN, people will want to know the overclockabilty, which could potentially lower the sale price.
But without opening, I really couldnt say if they run stock speeds either.
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But without opening, I really couldnt say if they run stock speeds either.
Yeah, but you place the blame on Crucial. If the are NIB and you have never used them, you have no control over it. Once you add overclocking into the equation, you are asking for trouble. I never put any PC item on ebay and mention my OC results. The first person to buy them will want the same OC guaranteed. If you list them as NIB, it is assumed the they will run at stock speeds. IMO it is better to not know and be honest rather than to make an assertion that is tough to back up.

Selling here on OCn is entirely different. Usually, there is much more communication as well as an assumed knowledge of PC parts and overclocking, so, in a sense it is better to sell here, but, you usually get less as the members are more savvy.


edit: with the recent posts regarding Crucial and Ballistix, crucial's stock is down. Not that the newer single sided IC's are bad, but if all you see is people asking questions, the price will be lower than normal. Just my opinion. GL
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