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[FS][US] Full System: 3570K, EVGA GTX 780, 16GB DDR3, 128GB SSD & Corsair 350D

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  1. theonedub

    theonedub habe fidem

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    After thinking about it more, considering the utility costs and my priorities right now, I have decided to downsize my PC/laptop/tablet inventory. I've sold my Node304 APU, gave my Nexus 7 to a family member, got rid of my Kindle Fire HDX, and consolidated my storage and i7 into 'Erakith' which I will keep with my Zenbook.

    This is the last hardware to go, but it sure packs a punch.

    Specs:
    Intel i5-3570K Quad Core CPU
    AsRock Z77 Extreme 4 M mATX Motherboard
    16GB Corsair Vengeance (2x8GB) DDR3 1600
    EVGA Vanilla GTX 780 3GB w/ EVGA Backplate (1.2v on stock BIOS, never flashed)
    Plextor 128GB SSD
    Seasonic X750 90+ GOLD Fully Modular (w/ cables, OG Model)
    NZXT Kraken X60 280mm AIO Water Cooler
    Corsair Obsidian 350D mATX case w/ Window
    Bitfenix and NZXT Sleeved Extensions
    Windows 8.1 Pro 64 bit (boots in 16.5s w/ SSD, not bad)

    Incredibly solid piece of machinery for those looking for a serious build. Have it listed on my local CL, but I feel it may be too rich for typical CL buyers. If there are any particular questions, post them in the thread.

    Most the mission critical parts are covered under warranty which is available through serial numbers. The Kraken would probably be the only item I am unsure of the warranty terms- never had to deal with NZXT, but they have reps here on the forum that seem very helpful.

    I am asking $1300 shipped 3 Day Select via FedEx, tracked and insured. Local pickup in the Northern CA region can be arranged, PM for details (almost prefer this option).

    Retail cost for this build would be approximately $1,600 + Tax and shipping on the low end estimate for those wondering.

    Heatware is in signature, with well over 125+ reviews. Pristine.

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    *Note: The NZXT Fan in the front panel will be removed and replaced with the stock 350D fan before shipping.
     
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  2. Bow

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    I sent a link to a friend who is looking to upgrade. Where are you located to get an idea on shipping cost.
     
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    Pretty sure he is in Cali.
     
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    Bump.

    You should also sell your zenbook and erakith and start with a clean slate!
     
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  5. theonedub

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    The Zenbook is my Ultimate notebook. Loaded UX32VD with 1080P screen, i7 CPU, 10gb RAM, 240gb SSD, GT620M and that sleek Al housing- not sure I'll ever sell it :D
     
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    Yes and parted out's go better on forums me thinks.
     
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    I'd be down for the Kraken and the GPU;)
     
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    I would take the cpu for a good price.
     
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    MxPhenom 216 Corsair Fanboy

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    No offense, dude but I think its the price. People online are looking for deals more or less.
     
  10. theonedub

    theonedub habe fidem

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    Rules of the forum dictate no discussion of price in threads.

    I initially asked members to PM me with what I should be asking for and got all the information I needed to set my price. You're late to the party and doing it wrong :laugh:
     
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    Just making sure Im reading it right, but the 1300 price includes shipping it?
     
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    That's correct. $1300 includes shipping in the original 350D box (I should have it) to anywhere in the US48 via FedEx using 3 Day Select Service.
     
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