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post #11 of 29
I sold mine on eBay for 150. You could get like 135 plus shipping costs here. Like 150-175 on eBay.
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post #12 of 29
That is a fine example of a choice E6600. Hard to come by. I believe I got $155 shipped for my E6600 a few months back. It was a good chip, but it couldn't touch this one. So $160 shipped, easy.
    
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Thanks everyone for your input. I'll be posting it in the FS section soon!
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post #14 of 29
$150 shipped take no less.
post #15 of 29
still one of the best c2d's,depending on how much warranry is left,150.00 to 165.00
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still one of the best c2d's,depending on how much warranry is left,150.00 to 165.00
It still has a long warranty. I bought it on 20 April 2007, so there is a little over 2 years left on it!
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3.6GHz with 1.384v vcore
Dam thats a nice vcore. I need at least 1.425+ volts to get 3.6ghz.

Can they actually find out if u have been overclocking somehow if u wanted to replace it under warranty?
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post #18 of 29
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Dam thats a nice vcore. I need at least 1.425+ volts to get 3.6ghz.

Can they actually find out if u have been overclocking somehow if u wanted to replace it under warranty?
I dont think there is a way to know. But Intel say 1.5v is within spec, so as long as you keep it below 1.5v, the warrantly should still be good. I think Intel would know if you had it running at extreme voltage and you fried it...
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post #19 of 29
I would say $135 or so. With all the Q6600 sales lately, I think it needs to be priced with that in mind. (I am also very cheap, lol) I think ebay is your best bet of getting $150-$160. GL
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I would say $135 or so. With all the Q6600 sales lately, I think it needs to be priced with that in mind. (I am also very cheap, lol) I think ebay is your best bet of getting $150-$160. GL
Yeah I have definitely been considering that for sure. I am very generous when it comes to parts...

I would rather sell it here for $20 less knowing someone will get a great chip, then selling it on eBay to someone i dont know.
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