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1055T, 890FXA-UD5 2.0, G.Skill 1800 Flares

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Looking to upgrade to an 2600K set up so I want to get rid of my current core components. Everything was purchased last year late July via Newegg and has been my primary rig. All items come with original packaging and accessories (cables, anti static bag, manuals, etc)

CPU - 1055T

I ran at 3878 1.424v for most of its life due to the insanely high temps here for most of the year. Did try to run 4GHZ for a while just to see if I could do it, but my ambient temps weren't friendly enough for me to comfortably sustain it. It hit 54C folding and I wasn't comfy with that despite having a bit more room until the thermal limit. Typically stays at 46-48C folding 1 unit at night. I have used a Cogage Arrow to cool it with 2 DS12M in push-pull with IC7 diamond.

Motherboard - Gigabyte 890FXA-UD5 rev 2.0

Love the board, still works perfectly to this day and hasn't ever given me any trouble with stability, ports dying, or anything. Removed the stock Ultra Durable + Gigabyte covers on the heatsink.

Ram - G.Skill Flares DDR3-1800 2x2GB kit

I didn't ever really push this ram kit, so I don't think I did it justice. I ran it at 1400-1500 CL8 1.5v. Comes with the G.Skill ram cooler which I haven't used since my Cogage Arrow doesn't leave enough room for it.

Thanks!
Edited by Velathawen - 3/19/11 at 8:26am
post #2 of 10
Id say 320 for it all shipped
Edited by solar0987 - 3/19/11 at 9:03am
post #3 of 10
1055T - 145$.

Mobo - 120$.

Memories - ~75$.
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110-120 for mobo

65-75 for memory
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Originally Posted by -X3- View Post
1055T - 145$.

Mobo - 120$.

Memories - ~75$.
I agree with this for the most part. Maybe slightly more for the mobo, 120-130 dollars.

CPU could be a little lower. 135-140 dollars.

Memory I agree with.
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Yea, but you can get the 890FXA-UD5 BNIB if you pay a little more (20-30 dollars in the newegg).

The 115$ price is quite reasonable.

About the proc I agree though
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Thanks for the input, I just have one quick question:

In terms of second hand value, is it worth more for a processor to have been run 24/7 at a higher clock (so say 4ghz stable) vs lower voltage // lower clock speed?
post #8 of 10
Maybe, you can bump the price of the proc a bit.

Btw, if you're selling that mobo, shoot me a PM, I might be interested.
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Haha I was just wondering, cause the whole time I had this proc I was thinking that not running an extreme OC at max voltage would help come re-sale time. Turns out I was supposed to be doing the opposite D:

I'm most likely going to sell locally unless someone on OCN is willing to pay for the shipping
post #10 of 10
Well, like I said, you may get more $ if the CPU is a good clocker in low voltage.

And I may buy it
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