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Slowly being lured towards an i7, so I'm looking to part with my AMD workstation. Problem is I have no idea what it's worth, so I don't know if I should be looking to trade or sell.

Antec 1200
AMD 955 BE
MSI GD-70
Asus 4850 TOP
OCZ Reaper DDR3 2x2gb (PC3-12800, 1600 MHz)

Antec 1200 has had a few holes drilled for cables and a larger window, and the stock fans' molex pins replaced with a power block to clear up some clutter on the back of the mobo tray.







The 955 and GD-70 both include original packing materials and boxes, minus the motherboards backplate. Both are about 2 months old, and the 955 has been overclocked for about 15 seconds to 3.6 using the GD-70's OC Drive knob. If I knew how to actually OC a chip, maybe I'd give it a go.
 

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Antec 1200 - $130 + shipping
AMD 955 BE $170-180 shipped ( $199 new at ewiz)
MSI GD-70 - $140-150 shipped
Asus 4850 TOP - $75 shipped
OCZ Reaper DDR3 2x2gb (PC3-12800, 1600 MHz) $65 shipped

I hope that helps ya
 

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I'm really look for rough value approximation so I can consider a trade for an i7 rig. As to why I don't keep the 1200 (I like it too
), I now have a Danger Den Torture Rack.
 

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Originally Posted by Cepheus View Post
I think you'd get more money selling them as components rather than as a whole.
Antec 1200 - $130-$150
4850 - $60-80
If you sell as parts then you need to ship each one of them by themselves which will cost more.

Shipping always has to play a roll
 
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