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Highly impressive overclocking indeed! But I don't think having it overclocked will affect the price at all, cause like stated, the person that is like to purchase this, has the knowledge/know how to do it themselves. It's like of like buying a car that someone put a Alpine deck in instead of having stock, doesn't increase the value but a nice perk!

Since these are $339 new, and from what I can see, there's a limited market, if it came with the original box/HS/Fan, $250-$285 +shipping. But if it's the chip itself, then $220-$250 +shipping.
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why do you always do this in appraisal threads when you dont know what your talking about?
its a frigging super golden Q9650 and isnt meant for everyday users?they can buy a normal one for $180.not everyone can or wants to upgrade their whole system.so this cpu is perfect for someone wanting a Q9650 thats a guaranteed good OCer.


Hoss
anyway this is an awesome Q9650 so i say $220 to $250 range.
someone still running a UD3P will snatch this up fast.i know i would
if i still had mine
GLWS

Just got myself a UD3P and would like to give my e8400 a bigger brother!
    
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Highly impressive overclocking indeed! But I don't think having it overclocked will affect the price at all, cause like stated, the person that is like to purchase this, has the knowledge/know how to do it themselves. It's like of like buying a car that someone put a Alpine deck in instead of having stock, doesn't increase the value but a nice perk!

Since these are $339 new, and from what I can see, there's a limited market, if it came with the original box/HS/Fan, $250-$285 +shipping. But if it's the chip itself, then $220-$250 +shipping.
Who would buy this chip and would use the original hsf?
    
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