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[Price Check] eVGA 680i Motherboard + E4300

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    newtekie1 Semi-Retired Folder

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    I think I am going to be getting rid of my eVGA 680i Motherboard and E4300. I was thinking of selling them seperately, but now I think I might sell them as a combo.

    The 680i is one of the early boards that has problems overclocking Quad-Cores, so I am replacing it with a P5N32-E SLI. It got my E6600 up to 3.6GHz stable 24/7(3.9GHz for benching). I don't know what it does with the E4300, but I know the E4300 will do 3.2GHz on my P5N-E.

    I will RMA the motherboard before sending it out if the buyer wants so they can get one of the newer A1 revisions that don't have as many problems with quads.

    Also, I have registered this board, so you won't get the lifetime warranty directly. However, if you have any problems with the board you can contact me and I'll RMA it so you can get a new one.

    The motherboard still has all the accessories excpet a few SATA cables and the original box.

    The E4300 will come with the stock fan, box, and warranty information. I'm pretty sure I even still have the sticker if you really want it.

    I was thinking $210+Shipping? Is that too much to ask?
     
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    I think you could easily get 80-105 for the e4300 (I was selling mine all day for 85.00 and that was cheap)

    I think you could get around 100 bucks for the MB....

    I think if you held out long enough you would get it... it would take a little while though.


    But if you were looking for a quick sale, I would put it at 185.00+shipping
     
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    Thanks for the advice. But don't you think $100 for the motherboard is a little low? They still go for $210 new on newegg. I would think I could get at least $150 for it.
     
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    Which version is this? The ones are new egg for 210 are the new "A1" revisions.... thats what people will want.

    I could be wrong though... Its not going to hurt to put that up as your asking price and see what happens.


    EDIT : not to mention they can get the "TR" version for 159.99 brand new from the egg
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813188019
     
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    A1s go for ~$165 shipped if retail boxed I would actually recommend just rma'ing it now it'll be easier to sell if A1, as for the E4300 ~$90 shipped
    that being said I'd say your asking price isn't bad though I don't see someone buying them as a combo is they're extremely mismatched IMO...If I'm getting that board I'd be getting a much upgraded CPU or the other way around with a lower end mobo if I got the cpu...
     
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    As far as I know eVGA is sending out the A1 revisions to anyone that sends back a board complaining about Quad-Core overclocking problems. So that is what I will be selling. Of course if I don't get an A1 I will lower the price accordingly.

    The TR versions don't have a lifetime warranty either.
     
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    Yeah, I am going to RMA it as soon as I pull it out of the machine, I am just waiting on the P5N32 to come in.

    I'll probably break the combo up, but ask a little more for each item. I'm thinking $150 for the motherboard and $90 for the processor, or just $210 for the combo. I'm pretty sure thats what I'll do, thanks for the help guys.
     
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    After you rma the board, could you post exactly which a1 board evga sent you? Also would you be willing to conductive ink mod that cpu?
     

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