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My rigs for insurance purposes

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Sig rig
E8400
Gigabyte EP35
160GB Western Digital 7200 sata
Pioneer DVD-RW sata
Xion Onyx case
Mushkin 580W
Zalman 9700
Green Cathodes
2xDelta 120mm 134cfm fans
Sunbeam Rheobus 4xchannel controller
3.5 floppy drive
52 in 1 memory card reader
EVGA 8800GTS 320mb
4x1gb Gskill HZ's

Folding rig:
E8400
DFI BloodIron
80GB Seagate Sata
Lite-ON DVD-RW sata drive
Ultra Grid Mid-Tower Case
Ultra 700W psu
Zalman 9500NT
Red Cathodes
Delta 120mm 134cfm fans
2xfanmate fan controllers
Powercolor x1600pro 512mb
2x1gb Buffalo Firestix

Lanbox
AMD 5000BE
Asus 690G
750GB Seagate sata(the uber fast one)
Samsung DVD-RW sata
Thermaltake Lanbox
Rosewill 550W Performance psu
Zalman 8700NT
PCI fan controller
ATI All-in-Wonder 2006(x1300 based tv tuner)
2x1gb OCZ reapers
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My wife works for 1 of the largest Insurance Co. in the U.S. as a property adjuster and this is what she says:

Claim the actual costs of the equipment. Take your receipts (or check NEWEGG) and print out each of the compnents. This is what you should insure it for because that is how much it will actually cost to replace it. In the event of a loss - you will want to be covered for the actual costs - and you will also want to list each item independently when providing the estimate.

It's hard for an Insurance Co. to believe that your rig costs $2500 if you can;t show each component. Also - take pics of your rig in case of a loss to prove that you really did own it.

Make sure you
ABS Black Pearl
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Q6600 B3 @ 3.1GHz EVGA 780i SLI BFG GTS250 OC 2x2GB Mushkin 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
320GB + 160GB 7200RPM SATA Lite-On DVD+RW w LS Win 7 Ult. 64 Acer 22" X221W & 19" Samasung 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Logitech G15 (1st Edition) Rosewill RX750 v2.2 ABS Black Pearl (Lian Li Rebadge) Logitech MX Revolution 
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ABS Black Pearl
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Q6600 B3 @ 3.1GHz EVGA 780i SLI BFG GTS250 OC 2x2GB Mushkin 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
320GB + 160GB 7200RPM SATA Lite-On DVD+RW w LS Win 7 Ult. 64 Acer 22" X221W & 19" Samasung 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Logitech G15 (1st Edition) Rosewill RX750 v2.2 ABS Black Pearl (Lian Li Rebadge) Logitech MX Revolution 
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Originally Posted by clbkdaz View Post
My wife works for 1 of the largest Insurance Co. in the U.S. as a property adjuster and this is what she says:

Claim the actual costs of the equipment. Take your receipts (or check NEWEGG) and print out each of the compnents. This is what you should insure it for because that is how much it will actually cost to replace it. In the event of a loss - you will want to be covered for the actual costs - and you will also want to list each item independently when providing the estimate.

It's hard for an Insurance Co. to believe that your rig costs $2500 if you can;t show each component. Also - take pics of your rig in case of a loss to prove that you really did own it.

Make sure you

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WD 1Tb black SAMSUNG DL DVD Burner SATA Windows Xp Samsung syncmaster 204b & dell 17' 
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E4400@3.5 24/7 1.4v Gigabyte UD3P 8800 GTS 512 Corsair xms2 1:1 389 DDR2 4-4-4-12 2.0v 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
WD 1Tb black SAMSUNG DL DVD Burner SATA Windows Xp Samsung syncmaster 204b & dell 17' 
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Logitech Corsair 750Tx CM 690 Logitech laser wireless 
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Yeah, except I bought half the stuff used, so I have no receipts.(the other half I do)
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Yeah, except I bought half the stuff used, so I have no receipts.(the other half I do)
Then I would go to Newegg and get the price of what the component costs and print that out.
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