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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 11-17-2018, 09:42 PM - Thread Starter
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[WTT] SSDs, HDDs, Gold Mod-PSU, flash drives, AMD 7570

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I have the following:

Used Kingston 240GB V300 SSD, 100% good. Want to trade for an older GPU such as a GTX660, 7870, etc.

Used Samsung 250GB Evo 840 SSD, 100% good. Trade for GPUs, combos, etc.

Used Intel 180GB SSD 100% good. Trade for GPUs, combos, etc.

Assortment of 500GB 2.5" harddrives (used Seagate SSHD hybrids, basically new 7200 rpm HGSTs and Seagates 500GBs, all 100% good. Also have a few 500GB with reallocated sectors) --> trade for a few 1TB 3.5" or GPUs, etc

New in the box/sealed Corsair CS650M Gold Rated Modular PSU (Gold rating and 650watts) https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Catego.../CP-9020077-NA

Want to trade for a GPU such as a AMD7900s, GTX700s, GTX900 series, or older CPU/mobo combo like the i7-2600 + mobo or Ivy bridge quad + mobo., or DDR4

Willing to trade SSD + PSU for a cheap newer GPU that was mined such as the RX480/580/1060/etc, older cpu/mobo/hdd bundles, DDR4, etc.

Assortment of new flash drives (4GB-32GB).

AMD 7570 Graphics card (low power, no PCIe power connector needed)

Summary of what I want to trade for: Older GPUs like the GTX600/AMD7000 or higher, older quad CPU+mobo Combos + maybe DDR3 (at least sandy bridge please), DDR4, Cheap Newer GPUs (mined ok if they work and were kept cool), 2.5 HDDs for 3.5 HDDs, Paypal for some items here

I also have other stuff that I am trading or selling (i5-4690k): https://www.overclock.net/forum/1468...l#post27720530
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Evo and Intel SSD + PSU for R9 Fury?

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