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I'm considering selling off some of my gear to fund another Conroe build. Any thoughts on prices for these components would be appreciated.
<ul><li>Opty 148 stock 2.2 GHz, stable at 3.0 GHz</li>
<li>Asus A8N-E mobo</li>
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<div style="font-style:italic;">I'm considering selling off some of my gear to fund another Conroe build. Any thoughts on prices for these components would be appreciated.<br><br>
Opty 148 stock 2.2 GHz, stable at 3.0 GHz<br>
Asus A8N-E mobo<br>
Team Xtreem DDR500 2x512 MB TCCD stable as high as 375 MHz at 3-6-6-12</div>
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I'd say like $55-$65 for the mobo.
 

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Any thoughts on the other components?
 

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I'd say about £125-140 for the CPU.. going on the 144 being £100 brand new
 

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Is that MB of yours a good OCer?
 

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I haven't played with it a whole lot, but I've taken it up to 275 MHz from 200 MHz stock. In my book that's not too shabby. <img src="/images/smilies/thumb.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Thumb" class="inlineimg" />
 

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The 144 is going for $79.50 at Newegg with free shipping. Given that your's is a proven performer, I'm thinking you could get another 15% for it.
 

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I would say:<br />
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Opteron 148 - $120 (Current sale price $105)<br />
A8N-E - $60 (Current sale price $78)<br />
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Reason being for the opteron the buyer will get a guaranteed good stepping, which in my book is worth the extra 15 dollars. However, the motherboard is just used, and thus it depriciates. Just my 2cp.
 

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About retail for the A8N-E, and 20$ above retail for the Opty.<br />
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The mobo doesn't give extreme results while overclocking, but you can overclock it pretty far as long as the chipset HSF is changed.<br />
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The CPU instead, overclocks extremely nice <img src="/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" /> 3.0 GHz is a very high overclock if it's on air.
 

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I would just take newegprices and take 20 percent off. For the opty since it will clock to 3.0 just the newegg price would probably do it.
 
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