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Appraisal: CyberDruid's Daily Driver...the whole enchilada

Poll Results: Sell it? Keep it?

 
  • 25% (7)
    Sell it
  • 75% (21)
    Keep it
28 Total Votes  
post #1 of 13
Thread Starter 
Hi guys.

Please take your time and see if you can establish a market value for this set up.

Thanks

Complete Computing Environment sans desk and chair

All equipment in Very Good condition with no damage or flaw unless otherwise noted

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Overview
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Soldam Windy Alcadia XR-1 NRS Black Knight case. The paramount of all cases. Impossible to obtain except in Asia, specifically Japan.

SkullTrail Rig with 2 Xeon E5420 OCed to 3ghz, 8GB DDR2 800 FBDIMM ECC RAM, 4 Raptor RAID, 500GB storage, X-Fi Xtreme Music with Console & Remote, Dual Plextor Slot Load DL DVD Burner, 2 X HD3870 X2, DA1200, CPUs GPUs MCH & SB Liquid Cooled

External Cooler with 3 TC PA120.3, 2 IwakiRD30, Meanwell 24VPSU, Emtel 12V PSU. 9 S-Flex 2000RPM in Lexan/aluminum enclosure lined in Sonex with 3 loop splitter all brass construction 8 ball valves for flow control.

22" HP LCD Monitor

Deck Legend Keyboard

Razer Copperhead

AKG 701 Headphones

Momo Force Feedback Steering Wheel


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Specifics
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Case: Soldam Windy Alcadia XR-1 NRS Tower Case of Heavy Aluminum construction, Red anodized interior, Black anodized exterior, Dual Panels for air filtration and acoustic dampening, 10 HDD capacity, 3 optical bays, constructed for silent operation with dual 140mm intakes, dual 92mm exhausts, with Silencer shroud for PSU and exhaust fans, complete with fans, hardware, bay covers, special decoupling feet from Soldam. Imported at great expense from Japan by way of Singapore. The case is a joy to work with and simply the best case I have ever seen or touched. Case is in the exact same condition as I reveived it with no signs of wear.

Peripherals: dual Plextor PX716AL Slot Loading Dual Layer DVD burners, Creative X-Fi Console with remote (features multiple inputs and a very sweet sound for headphones), Zalman 6 pot fan controller.

Monitor: HP 22" LCD no dead or stuck pixels.

HIDs: Deck Legend Keyboard in Like New Condition, Razer Death Adder Gaming Mouse in Like New Condition, Well-Used Razer Copperhead Gaming Mouse, Logitech Momo Force Feedback Gaming Wheel with Pedals.

Speakers: None

Headphones: AKG 701 with no signs of wear. Superb headphones for Music and work well for gaming.

Processors:a pair of Xeon E5420 purchased from Provantage.com with retail packaging and supplied passive heatsink. These are 45nm process, 12MB cache 1333FSB CPUs.These run at 3 ghz with a modest boost in voltage 100% stable at 100% load 100% of the time.

Motherboard: Intel D5400XS SkullTrail featuring 4 16X PCIe slots and two PCI slots, support for SLI and Crossfire, 16GB FB DIMMs, and two socket 771 processors as well as RAID, eSATA, Firewire, USB 2.0 etc etc etc...the Flagship of the Intel desktops. Specifically engineered to work with the QX9775 Extreme Processors. Highly overclockable BIOS, the ultimate gaming motherboard built with Server Depth dependability on the 5400 chipset.

RAM: 4 Transcend 2GB modules DDR2 800 FB DIMM ECC for 8GB at 6 6 6 18.

HDDs: 4 74GB WD Raptors, 2 250GB Seagate 7200.10

SoundCard: Creative X-Fi Xtreme Music with Console

Graphics: 2 HD 3870 X2

PSU: Silverstone DA1200 Modular

Case Cooling: 2 140mm Yate Loon, 1 92mm Soldam, 1 120mm Antec Tricool Red LED, OCZ RAM cooler

HW Cooling: 2 d-tek FuZion CPU Waterblocks, 2 EK full coverage Nickleplated copper GFX waterblocks, EK MCH waterblock, BlastFlow SB waterblock.

External Cooler: custom fabricated chassis of 1/8" thick aluminum extrusions with 1/4" Lexan (unbreakable) pebble-grain panels encloses 3 Thermochill PA 120.3 radiators plumbed in series with a pair of IwakiRD30 pumps powered from a Meanwell S150-24. 9 Scythe S-Flex fans are powered from an Emtel 12V PSU and controlled from a stout rheostat. Twin EK cylinder reservoirs assure the system is easy to maintain and monitor. The entire enclosure is lined with 1" Sonex sound dampening material applied to the acrylic panels. Every part is easily accessible. All trims and panels are held in place with machine screws (button head torx drive 8-32). The flow is controlled and ditrbuted by a valved manifold constructed of brass 3/8 NPT T fittings and ball valves and barbs. There are 8 3/8-NPT ball valve, 6 3/8-NPT, 4 3/8-NPT nipples, and 8 3/8 NPT to 1/2" ID barbed fittings in custom 1/2" acrylic enclosure that protects and stabilizes them. This Metering manifold distributes the loop into three subloops. The 3 loops are CPUs, GPUs, and Chipset blocks. The cooler is very quiet in operation and allows for maximum OC of all components with maximum cooling. The intake is filtered and the filter is easy to remove, clean and reinstall without tools. The system is easy to fill or drain or bleed. Any of the subloops can be serviced without draining the loop entirely...and the lines are plumbed through one of the 92mm exhaust ports of the Soldam so accessing the blocks or HW is extremely easy.
Shop Dog
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E8400 Asus Blitz Formula SE HD3870X2 G Skill 2 x 2GB DDR2 800 
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Velociraptor 150GB LG DVD Burner Vista Ultimate 64 AOC 21.5" LED 1080p 
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Deck Legend Silverstone 750 Modular OverClock Edition Lian Li V1100 Logitech Trackball 
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Nope 
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Shop Dog
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E8400 Asus Blitz Formula SE HD3870X2 G Skill 2 x 2GB DDR2 800 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Velociraptor 150GB LG DVD Burner Vista Ultimate 64 AOC 21.5" LED 1080p 
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Deck Legend Silverstone 750 Modular OverClock Edition Lian Li V1100 Logitech Trackball 
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post #2 of 13
do you mind me asking why are you getting your stuff appraised?
Meh
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Intel Q6600 DFI P45 t2rs-plus 560 ti  4gb 1066 ocz 
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Be! quiet 630w modular NZXT beta evo 
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Meh
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Intel Q6600 DFI P45 t2rs-plus 560 ti  4gb 1066 ocz 
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250gb seagate samsung Windows 7 x64 Dell 24" 
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Be! quiet 630w modular NZXT beta evo 
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post #3 of 13
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dawlish7 View Post
do you mind me asking why are you getting your stuff appraised?
hes making fun of us mortals who cant afford druidaic relics. i appraise it at way more money then anyone here has.
M.E.D.
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E5200 :( Maximus Formula x38 9600GSO :( G.Skill 2x2gb ddr2 1066 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Barracuda 7200.12 500GB Samsung DVD Burner /W Lightscribe Windows 7 64bit 17" CRT :( 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Razer Lycosa Corsair 850TX Modded Antec 900 Razer Lachesis 
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Rocketfish Dbl-sided Anodized Aluminum Logitech CRAP speakers.. :( 
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M.E.D.
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E5200 :( Maximus Formula x38 9600GSO :( G.Skill 2x2gb ddr2 1066 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Barracuda 7200.12 500GB Samsung DVD Burner /W Lightscribe Windows 7 64bit 17" CRT :( 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Razer Lycosa Corsair 850TX Modded Antec 900 Razer Lachesis 
Mouse PadAudio
Rocketfish Dbl-sided Anodized Aluminum Logitech CRAP speakers.. :( 
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post #4 of 13
Does want!

~Gooda~
Water Cooled Quad
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Q6600 Engineering Sample MSI P5N Diamond XFX Radeon 4850 4x2GB G.Skill DDR2-1000 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
640GB Boot - 2x 640GB Backup/Storage Lite-On DVD-R Windows 7 Professional x64 Samsung 245BW (24") 
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G15 Ultra X3 850W RocketFish (Lian-Li) by Cyberdruid Microsoft Wireless 6000 
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Water Cooled Quad
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Q6600 Engineering Sample MSI P5N Diamond XFX Radeon 4850 4x2GB G.Skill DDR2-1000 
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640GB Boot - 2x 640GB Backup/Storage Lite-On DVD-R Windows 7 Professional x64 Samsung 245BW (24") 
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G15 Ultra X3 850W RocketFish (Lian-Li) by Cyberdruid Microsoft Wireless 6000 
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post #5 of 13
Keep the things you know you cannot do without, like the Soldam and the external H2O gear.

Everything else is very much expendable.
In The Works
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C2D e6600 (3.3ghz) Asus P5Q (P45) eVGA 8800GTS 320mb (670/1000) 2x1GB G.Skill HK (900mhz @ 5-5-5-15) 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
WD Black 640GB (OS) / WD AAKS 500GB + WD JS 250GB Sony DVD-RW Vista Ultimate 32bit Dell E207WFP (1680 x 1050) 
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Basic Dell ;> Corsair HX520w Modular Modded CM Centurion 590 Logitech G5 
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Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
WD Black 640GB (OS) / WD AAKS 500GB + WD JS 250GB Sony DVD-RW Vista Ultimate 32bit Dell E207WFP (1680 x 1050) 
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Basic Dell ;> Corsair HX520w Modular Modded CM Centurion 590 Logitech G5 
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XPS pad 
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post #6 of 13
tbh i thinkl its priceless because its ct but that skulltrail rig easy 12k usd
Meh
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Intel Q6600 DFI P45 t2rs-plus 560 ti  4gb 1066 ocz 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
250gb seagate samsung Windows 7 x64 Dell 24" 
PowerCase
Be! quiet 630w modular NZXT beta evo 
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Meh
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Intel Q6600 DFI P45 t2rs-plus 560 ti  4gb 1066 ocz 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
250gb seagate samsung Windows 7 x64 Dell 24" 
PowerCase
Be! quiet 630w modular NZXT beta evo 
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post #7 of 13
CD: You forgot the most important option "Give it to Kamakazi (no charge)"

On a more serious note, I would think it would be difficult to find a buyer for this rig, I mean $5000 I would think at the least. But ebay might work.
Eowyn
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1055T x6 Biostar TA890FXE MSI 465(470)TFII GE 750/1900 G.Skill 2x2GB DDR3 
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WD 640AAKS Ubuntu 10.10 2x24" Asus MS Arc 
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post #8 of 13
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kamakazi View Post
CD: You forgot the most important option "Give it to Kamakazi (no charge)"

On a more serious note, I would think it would be difficult to find a buyer for this rig, I mean $5000 I would think at the least. But ebay might work.
way more than 5k cant honestly appraise it myself i dont beleive i can count that high
M.E.D.
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E5200 :( Maximus Formula x38 9600GSO :( G.Skill 2x2gb ddr2 1066 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Barracuda 7200.12 500GB Samsung DVD Burner /W Lightscribe Windows 7 64bit 17" CRT :( 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Razer Lycosa Corsair 850TX Modded Antec 900 Razer Lachesis 
Mouse PadAudio
Rocketfish Dbl-sided Anodized Aluminum Logitech CRAP speakers.. :( 
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M.E.D.
(14 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
E5200 :( Maximus Formula x38 9600GSO :( G.Skill 2x2gb ddr2 1066 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Barracuda 7200.12 500GB Samsung DVD Burner /W Lightscribe Windows 7 64bit 17" CRT :( 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Razer Lycosa Corsair 850TX Modded Antec 900 Razer Lachesis 
Mouse PadAudio
Rocketfish Dbl-sided Anodized Aluminum Logitech CRAP speakers.. :( 
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post #9 of 13
Just wanted to add if you sell the case im going to find you and kill you.
M.E.D.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
E5200 :( Maximus Formula x38 9600GSO :( G.Skill 2x2gb ddr2 1066 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Barracuda 7200.12 500GB Samsung DVD Burner /W Lightscribe Windows 7 64bit 17" CRT :( 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Razer Lycosa Corsair 850TX Modded Antec 900 Razer Lachesis 
Mouse PadAudio
Rocketfish Dbl-sided Anodized Aluminum Logitech CRAP speakers.. :( 
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M.E.D.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
E5200 :( Maximus Formula x38 9600GSO :( G.Skill 2x2gb ddr2 1066 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Barracuda 7200.12 500GB Samsung DVD Burner /W Lightscribe Windows 7 64bit 17" CRT :( 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Razer Lycosa Corsair 850TX Modded Antec 900 Razer Lachesis 
Mouse PadAudio
Rocketfish Dbl-sided Anodized Aluminum Logitech CRAP speakers.. :( 
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post #10 of 13
I'd say at least 10k and over. Even that guess is conservative, I mean you have to take in effect of all the custom and extremely hard to find stuff. May I ask why you are getting this all appraised?
ChemX1200
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Intel Q6700 @ 3.6Ghz DFI UT X48 T2R VisionTek HD4870 OCZ Titanium DDR800 (2x 2Gb) 
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ChemX1200
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3x WD RE3 500Gb RAID0 On Areca1210 1x Pioneer BD-RW 1x Asus DVD-RW Lightscribe Windows 7 Ultimate X64 Dell 24" G2410 LED LCD 
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