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zotac gtx 465 1gb
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814500163

q9400

2x2gb ocz reaper ddr2-800

long time no see guys, in need for cash, what are these parts worth?
post #2 of 10
Gtx465 - $150
q9400 - $150
ocz ram - $45-55
    
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post #3 of 10
q9400 - $130
gtx 465 - $140 (newegg have the PNY recert for $140 with more than half unlocking atm)
ocz 4 gb RAM - $45
post #4 of 10
130-140 for the card, sadly that sucks but its true.


the other stuff no clue been out of the game to long
post #5 of 10
Q9400 - $100-125, I've been seeing a lot of these FS lately.
GTX465 - $110-125, I've seen many GTX460's around $100 and many won't pay that little extra for the 465
OCZ DDR2 - $40, everyone is going to or have already gone to DDR3
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While 460's have gone around $100, it's been the 768mb version. I'd say 140-150.
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Originally Posted by LetThereBeDwight View Post
While 460's have gone around $100, it's been the 768mb version. I'd say 140-150.
I agree, however, those shopping for a 460 will likely opt for the cheaper OR they'll just pay a little extra and step up to a 470+ as opposed to grabbing one of these UNLESS it's priced right. I stand by my appraisal.
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I agree, however, those shopping for a 460 will likely opt for the cheaper OR they'll just pay a little extra and step up to a 470+ as opposed to grabbing one of these UNLESS it's priced right. I stand by my appraisal.
+1 agreed
post #9 of 10
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Originally Posted by LetThereBeDwight View Post
While 460's have gone around $100, it's been the 768mb version. I'd say 140-150.
The perfomance difference is too tiny to pay even few bucks for the GTX 465.
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post #10 of 10
zotac gtx 465 1gb
New - $189.99
Used - Judging how there isn't any beng sold used on ebay, could maybe get $140-160 for it.

q9400
Used - $135-$165

2x2gb ocz reaper ddr2-800
$45-$80
For some reason these are selling for rediculous prices on e-bay. The average seems to be around $50, but there's been a few as high as $80.

Higher prices are based on great to excellent quality of the product and original accesssories/packaging included.
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