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I've got a couple of old Intel cpu's, one from an old work computer, and one from a server.

Some of the pins on each are ever so slightly bent, so if I'm selling it would probably be for the gold.

First is the Intel Pentium pro





Second is the Intel Pentium





Thanks in advance
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You need 35 REP to post in the appraisal section of the marketplace.
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I'm just wondering how much their worth...
This isn't the marketplace...
    
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I'm just wondering how much their worth...
This isn't the marketplace...
correct. this thread belongs in the marketplace appraisals section where you have to have 35 rep.
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So there isn't a way I can figure out if it's worthwhile to sell these to a gold retailer?

Well that's helpful.
    
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So there isn't a way I can figure out if it's worthwhile to sell these to a gold retailer?

Well that's helpful.
Aside from what's been said already there is an incredibly small amount of gold in those chips. Nobody that buys gold is going to be interested in going through the chemically intensive process to isolate about 2-3 dollars worth of gold. You can however make them into some cool keys chains.
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