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post #1 of 5
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ASUS P5GC-MX/1333
2x2GB Sticks OCZ Platinum (advertised at 1066mhz but I never got it to run right above 800mhz)
e7500 (never overclocked)
500GB SATA HDD (seagate? consider low-mid end hdd)
IDE DVD/CD Burner (can't remember brand but I believe it's speed was 18x)
Asus GT240 512MB (DDR5)
Power Supply (ignore the Fatal1ty branding. got it on sale at microcenter because it was modular): http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...power%20supply

Plan on selling in my modded case: http://www.overclock.net/case-mod-wo...ark-gates.html

Note the bezel has been painted black and there is a different DVD drive.

This is all I remember as I haven't looked at this rig in a long time. I'll update if I find any differences when I get home from work.
post #2 of 5
Id start at $500-550 on something like that
post #3 of 5
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Id start at $500-550 on something like that
Wow that's more than I expected. If that's the case, then I may actually go forth with selling it. I need to touch up a few areas on the case and replace a fan and the led bar so at that price I'd feel that it would be more than worth it.
post #4 of 5
Well, you have a custom case, with custom paint.

The E7500 is nothing to brag about, but its a solid dual core chip and it will excel in games with its high clock.

Although the 240 is low on the enthusiast scale, its still dedicated and will do fine for HTPC or low end gaming builds.

The motherboard and RAM are good solid, tried and tested, products from teh LGA775 and DDR2 era. Both were hot sellers and will make idle candidates, again, for low end gaming or HTPC builds.

Finally, although the PSU is on the lower end of the scale, its still modular. The modular design would help immensely in an HTPC case where space is an issue.

In all honesty, you may get $400-450, but if you list it on Craigslist it may sell quick because of the custom paint.
post #5 of 5
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Originally Posted by Moltar View Post
Well, you have a custom case, with custom paint.

The E7500 is nothing to brag about, but its a solid dual core chip and it will excel in games with its high clock.

Although the 240 is low on the enthusiast scale, its still dedicated and will do fine for HTPC or low end gaming builds.

The motherboard and RAM are good solid, tried and tested, products from teh LGA775 and DDR2 era. Both were hot sellers and will make idle candidates, again, for low end gaming or HTPC builds.

Finally, although the PSU is on the lower end of the scale, its still modular. The modular design would help immensely in an HTPC case where space is an issue.

In all honesty, you may get $400-450, but if you list it on Craigslist it may sell quick because of the custom paint.

Ok cool, thanks for the clarification. $450 shipped sounds about right on for me (or $400 shipped if I don't want to do the touchups )
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