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I have a 2.5 year old q6600. Vid is 1.325V and has run at 3.2 (400x8) for just about its entire life. It has been lapped and it look great, just curious to see what its worth because i would like to upgrade soon.

Next is a Gigabyte GA-P43T-ES3G . i bought it Feb 2nd off amazon and figured it would be a nice upgrade to run DDR3. the board got bad reviews on newegg but i havent had any problems with my memory or overclocking.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128467

Thanks for any help guys
 

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Q6600, assuming it's the SLACR stepping, can go anywhere from 70-90.
GA - $50 shipped seems fair.

Trouble with both of these is that they've already been fazed out. Probably paid more for your mobo back in February but Sandy Bridge and AM3+ are just going to drive prices down.
 

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ya the Q6600 is a g0, and i paid $90 for the motherboard if i remember right. I just got a 2nd 5850 so i would like to get a crossfire board but they are nonexistant in 775 socket now, and dont see the point in buying someones used board and swapping out everything again.
 

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Q6600 - 80$ shipped.

Gigabyte board - 50$ shipped.
 

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I have a Q6700 on ebay and those average $130 on eBay.

Yours could average $100-110 (but not sure how you would sell a lapped one off eBay unless they too were overclockers).
 

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I have a Q6700 on ebay and those average $130 on eBay.

Yours could average $100-110 (but not sure how you would sell a lapped one off eBay unless they too were overclockers).
ya i didnt think i could sell it on ebay since it doesnt have a label to prove what chip it is. i guess ill just sell it here or on craigslist probably
 

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If you plan on selling on Ebay, take a CPU-Z and for your PC name use your Ebay account name. Generally they sell for higher on Ebay, but I think those days might be numbered soon.
 

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I'll give you 75 shipped for that q6600.
 

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$75 for the cpu. take the offer
 

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becarful if you sell on ebay people are newbs lol i had a big problems cause the guy said my cpu was bad cause it was lapped i even had photos and said it was lapped. I had to end up refunding the guy and i got lucky and got my cpu back and resold it on here not 1 thing wrong with it just it was lapped.

cpu 80-100
motherboard 40-60
 
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