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OK, so I need to upgrade a few things and selling the stuff I'm replacing will take some of the sting out of the upgrades so here goes:

1. Corsair AX1200 PSU - Used now for about a year and a half as my main PSU. Its a great unit but these overvolted Titans need a little more power so its gotta go.

2. Corsair sleeved cable kit for AX1200 (full set with bag) - Obviously bought with the PSU for aesthetics. All cables included and in like-new shape.

3. 4 x 4GB Patriot Viper Xtreme Quad-Channel Memory 1866MHz - My main memory kit for about a year and a half. This is a solid kit that I run 24/7 at 2133MHz (1.65V) and have managed 2400MHz on them at loose timings. Need faster memory for my 4930K though.

4. Corsair Force 3 240GB - My system drive needs expansion to at least 500GB to accommodate all these crazy high-capacity games I have. Only have a couple of full Windows installs on this drive in the year and a half I've owned it.

5. MSI GTX 580 Lightning (1.5GB) - I had two of these bad boys when they first released and they have been excellent video cards for me. THis one has long since been replaced in my main system but continues on in my backup rig as a folding GPU (stock clocks). Will do around 945MHz OC'd. Replacing with a 290X.

Thanks for your time guys, I can always count on OCN for unbiased and accurate pricing!

Tech Enthusiast
12,390 Posts
I'd say
$210 for the PSU
$45 for the cables
$140 for the ram
$180 for the SSD
$230 for the 580

13,177 Posts
AX1200, $160 shipped.

Sleeved cables for AX1200, $40 shipped.

Patriot ram, $110 shipped.

Corsair SSD, $115 shipped.

Lightning 580, $155 shipped.

Washed Up Old Gamer
4,694 Posts
AX1200 = 215
cables = included
RAM = 120
SSD = 120
580 = 140

Good luck sir.
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