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Hi OCN, got this computer used awhile back and planned to use it for photo editing, while to give to a friend to use for that but he doesn't like the watercooling idea and unfortunately hasn't used it because of that.
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Anyway here are the parts:
i7 920 @ Stock (never got around to OCing it)
ASUS P6TD Deluxe Motherboard (Link: http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/P6TD_Deluxe/ )
6 GB Corsair XMS3 DDR3-1600 RAM
EVGA GTX 260 with full coverage waterblock (not sure on block or if 55nm or 65nm)
Lian Li PC-60F Mid Tower Case
Seasonic 660W PSU (Fully modular) (I think it's this PSU, not certain though: http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151121 )
Lightscribe DVD Burner
500GB WD Blue Drive
120MM Danger Den radiator (SOLID fins) + generic 120MM fan with speed controller
Danger Den dual bay reservoir
MCP655 pump

Not sure on fittings or tubing but I believe it's 1/2" ID tubing.

If I could get a local only appraisal with and without the hard drive I'd really appreciate it.
 

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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.
 
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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
MCP655 pump

I have no idea about the water cooling parts.

$420 to $430 without the harddrive and the parts stated above.
 

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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.
Oh that might be a good selling point as well, thank you for that point about the 7950. +Rep.
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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
MCP655 pump

I have no idea about the water cooling parts.

$420 to $430 without the harddrive and the parts stated above.
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.

But again, thanks and +rep.
 

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$520 w/ HDD locally
$490 w/o HDD locally
 

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Thanks for the appraisals guys! Before I close the thread, may I ask if this computer is worth $650?

i7 3770k
Not sure of motherboard
16 GB RAM
ASUS GTX 670 2 GB
128 GB Sandisk SSD
3TB Toshiba HDD
Antec One Case
Windows 7 Ultimate
Samsung 27" Monitor
Keyboard and mouse (probably generic)
Not sure of PSU either

I might get this for my friend, I think it's a decent deal)
 

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yes it would easy be worth $650 especially w/ a 27" samsung monitor.
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lets hope the mobo is a z77
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yes it would easy be worth $650 especially w/ a 27" samsung monitor.
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lets hope the mobo is a z77
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If it's a fancy Z77 motherboard.
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But lets not get our hopes up quite yet.

Edit: The computer has a Blu Ray drive as well as a 600W Thermaltake PSU. Hmmm... I'm waiting for a 9970 but another GTX 670 for SLI is tempting..
 

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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.
 

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The first PC you listed I would put around the $475-490 range, and the second one is definitely worth at least $650, and probably closer to $800-850.

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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.
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.
 
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