$515 w/ HDD local
$485 w/o HDD local
$485 w/o HDD local
Thanks for those numbers, +Rep.
Oh that might be a good selling point as well, thank you for that point about the 7950. +Rep.Originally Posted by XKaan
Tough when you have a 260 in there. To be honest, the 920 was an awesome processor, and even though you only have 6 gigs of ram, it cruises on triple channel.
Someone could buy that rig, drop a $200 7950 in it, and play whatever they choose no worries.
Having said that, I think you are still stuck in the $500 range.
Thank you for the appraisal even without the watercooling parts. I know watercooling parts are sometimes difficult to appraise if you haven't fiddled with watercooling before, or at least heavily researched it.Originally Posted by intelfan
I got around $460 for the rig with the hard drive minus these parts:
120MM Danger Den radiator (SOLID fins) + generic 120MM fan with speed controller
Danger Den dual bay reservoir
I have no idea about the water cooling parts.
$420 to $430 without the harddrive and the parts stated above.
If it's a fancy Z77 motherboard.Originally Posted by stubass
yes it would easy be worth $650 especially w/ a 27" samsung monitor.lets hope the mobo is a z77
Sorry to hear this. If it really does seem like a stolen PC why not report this to the local authorities? On the other hand though it may be a bit hard to come up with enough reason to accuse someone of having actually stolen it since it is possible that what they are saying is true.Originally Posted by cam51037
Well it looks like I'll have to pass on the deal, although the PC has a P8Z77-M Pro and Thermaltake 600W PSU, the owner can't produce any proof the rig wasn't stolen. He says receipts were destroyed in a natural disaster, doesn't have any online proof (ex, emails, Newegg account) and says "who keeps receipts". All this points to a stolen computer. I'm not going to support local computer thieves, I'd feel so angry if someone stole my rig and resold it, so I don't even want to get into that game.