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Ok I have a very nice fresh from RMA asus P6T6 WS Revolution skt1366.
This board has everything - a sata cable or two. Original box an receipt is included. Only thing to note is it has a little liquid tape on it still from a few weeks ago. Other wise its 100% new from asus.

What can I get for it? It was $335 when bought

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120$ shipped. It doesn't really matter for how much you bought it, as X58s are quite outdated.
 

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used would go for about $150 - $160 but since this is new maybe $230 - $250 for the right buyer on OCN if your lucky.. other market places such as ebay $320... prices include shipping..
its never easy to value something thats new from the time of first gen I-series cpus/ 5-series boards that are new and still great technology... hopefully this will find a good home to someone who wants a great new board for thier x58 rig
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used would go for about $150 - $160 but since this is new maybe $230 - $250 for the right buyer on OCN if your lucky.. other market places such as ebay $320... prices include shipping..
its never easy to value something thats new from the time of first gen I-series cpus/ 5-series boards that are new and still great technology... hopefully this will find a good home to someone who wants a great new board for thier x58 rig
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RMA boards are refurbished for the most part, Asus doesn't send brand new motherboards as far as I know.
 

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RMA boards are refurbished for the most part, Asus doesn't send brand new motherboards as far as I know.
Nor, in my opinion, could you really called a board that has liquid tape smeared around the socket area and the backside as "new", or "fresh from RMA" for that matter.

Best guess would be $140-$160 range, maybe not even that. It would have to be something along the lines of a buyer wanting to replace an existing WS that failed, otherwise, it is hard to overcome the fact that we're talking several generations old tech.
 

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I feel like this board could manage $150 shipped. Good luck!
 
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