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[FS/FT] Battle Tested Gaming Computer - $1300 obo, good price!

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by fps_dean, Oct 13, 2008.

  1. fps_dean New Member

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    What I have for sale is a gaming computer with the following components:

    CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo 8500
    Memory: 2gb (2x1gb) OCZ Flex XLC DDR3
    Video: SLI (2) eVGA 9800gtx SSC edition (factory overclocked to 770mhz)
    Motherboard: eVGA 790i Ultra SLI
    Sound: Creative Labs X-Fi
    Power Supply: Corsair 750w
    CPU Cooling: ZEROtherm Nirvana NV120
    Hard Drive: Western Digital Caviar SE16 WD6400AAKS 640GB
    DVD Burner: Asus DRW-2014L1T 20X
    Case: Cooler Master Stacker 810

    This runs completely stable and cool overclocked to 4.0ghz.

    As mentioned in the title, this computer has been battle tested. All the components are like new with very little use minus the sound card which I have owned for a while, but still works perfectly. The sound console that connects to the sound card that let's you plug in headphones or control volume and various settings is also included.

    Check out the 3DMark scores!

    Asking $1300 or best offer.

    Would also consider a trade for a laptop decent enough to run World of Warcraft nicely (preferably 1280x1024 maxed out).
     

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    Could you please post a picture of the hardware inside the computer? :)
     
  3. fps_dean New Member

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    I will as soon as I get home - don't have them on me at work. Give me about 90 minutes from this post.
     
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  4. Xazax

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    Cant believe you would sell such a nice computer
     
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    inside shots

    Here are some shots of the inside of it.

    The little bit of electrical tape is because the locking mechanism on the power connector to the sound card broke off. The sound card still works 100%, and so does the console (which is what the power is for) I just needed to tape the connector on so it stays in place. That's the only thing that is not mint.
     

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  6. fps_dean New Member

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    Me neither, but I have 2 gaming rigs and I really need the money to buy my sister a laptop for college... she needs it for homework, but can't really afford it.
     
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    bump for a nice rig!

    though i dont buy prebuilt, its much more fun to do it myself :D
     
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    Thanks for the bump... think it's a good buy too.

    I am sure someone would rather buy a prebuilt, knowing someone who knows what they're doing got it right for them. That was me a few years ago too...
     
  9. Xazax

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    Some people would dont know if these forums are the place to do so, most would love to take some pieces from that computer you got there.
     
  10. fps_dean New Member

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    I know, but someone might want it.... never know.
     
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    Not a bad deal here at all. Would be a good system for future upgrades as well.
     

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