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Just want to know how much its worth and if I could buy a good gaming laptop for the same price. There's also a 1.5 Gb/s 320GB drive in there, take note of that please. Thanks

I'd just like to note that I also have a Duorb on the 4850, and an S1283 on the Q6600 with a 120mm fan on the S1283 and another 80cfm 120mm fan at the back of the case.

There's another drive in there too by the way, the 320GB that's two sentences above... lol I have a total of 3 drives.

Q6600 $125
4850 $75
250GB $35
320GB $40
320GB $35
S1283 with fan $40
Duorb $20
RAM $20
PSU $50
Mobo $75
Case $125

That's my thinking. Still, not enough for anything reasonable.
 

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q6600:$125-140
4850: $90
PSU: $55
HAF 932: $105
250Gig WD: $35
320 Maxtor: $40
MSI P6n: $80-90
The price on the 4850 is a bit high, they go for 90 shipped at newegg so $75 sounds good. The mobo is probly worth about 60-70.
 

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q6600:$125
4850: $75
PSU: $50
HAF 932: $125 shipped - new @ newegg for $150 shipped.
250Gig WD: $30 shipped
320 Maxtor: $35 shipped newegg has the new seagate 7200.12 500gb for $50 including shipping.
MSI P6n: $75

I figured everything relatively low but if you want to sell fast then the prices have to grab your attention. There are a lot of similar parts (except the Q6600) listed and with the core i5 around the corner everyone seems to be holding their breath.

If you sold this as a whole system on craigslist you could probably get $600 for it.

MY MISTAKE ON THE HAF! I looked at the price on the mid-tower, no the full tower. Changed estimate above.
 

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Um. I'd just like to note that I also have a Duorb on the 4850, and an S1283 on the Q6600 with a 120mm fan on the S1283 and another 80cfm 120mm fan at the back of the case.
 
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