Im also going to sell my motherboard and my memory, i was only talking about the expensive CPUs.
Ok let's start again
- I bought i7-980X, EVGA Classified3, Corsair Dominator-GT 2000MHz 12GB 6x2.
- Prices are: $1000
- Now, i'll sell my i7-980X for $820
, my EVGA Classified3 for $330
, my Corsair 12GB for $430
After selling all of them, i have now a total of $1580
(i lost $256
- Now, i bought i7-2600K for $340
, Asus Maximus IV for $330
, Corsair Vengeance 1600MHz 8GB 4x2 C8 for $137
I have $773
- Now after 6 months or so, LGA2011 is finally released, let's say it's going to be $1000
, and a high-end motherboard $400
, and an 8GB of quad channel 1600-2000MHz memory (2GBx4) let's say $360
Now im going to sell my i7-2600K for $280
, my Asus Maximus IV for $280
, my Corsair Vengeance 8GB for $100
After selling them, i got $660 +
the ones i saved after selling (980X,EVGA E770,Corsair 12GB) $773
- Now, i bought LGA2011 for $1000
, mobo for $400
, memory for $360
I already have $1433
laying around after selling the LGA1055 stuff, now i just have to pay $327
to get me a nice Ivy Bridge components.
In this case, i only lost $327
instead of selling my LGA1366 stuff after 6 months of use "skipping LGA1055" and going directly to LGA2011 (total lost will be around $690
I really hope this is enough, im tired of explaining and calculating and writing over and over
Thanks to all of you people, i really appreciate all your replies, and im really sorry if i insulted anyone by mistake.
Im going to sell my LGA1366 and buy LGA1055 and sell it after LGA2011 releases
END OF STORY.
Im tired..going to bed right now, goodbye fellas