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New mobo and cpu, can i get rid of my old stuff?

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    Hey guys. I am not one for making too many transactions on forums so I need some input. I just got a 3770k and ud5h and I am wondering how much can I get for my old mobo and CPU on the net. The stuff I need to get rid of are Q9550 and gigabyte ep45T-ud3p and 4 sticks of Kingston 1066 MHz ram.
     
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    150$?
     
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    pretty spot on, could be $10 lower depending on the CPU stepping
    as "E0"s tend to go for higher due to their overclockability :)
     
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    Just FYI, that's how much a used Q6600 goes for around here (on avg.).
     
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    Its E0. Also thanks
     
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    It sucks for me that you're an ocean away. Shipping+customs usually kill any kind of deal for me, if it isn't being done in the EU. And even then...But damn, used parts there go for ridiculously cheap...
    Good luck with your sale man! You have awesome hardware!
     
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    Thanks a lot man. I'm excited to tweak the 3770k :D
     

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