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  1. d1nky

    d1nky

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    ive just found an asus crosshair v formula am3+ on a site, second hand, boxed, like new.......the person is asking £150 cash, but I messaged him saying I can find one new for that (dabs.com)

    what is the right price for such?
     
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    I'm not sure what the right price would be, maybe £100?

    However, I wouldn't buy it off this rippoff merchant. Just get it new and have peace of mind that the thing works and that you have proper warranty support if it dies after a few months.
     
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    I was just thinking to myself it would be a PMSL moment if he was on here haha!!! yea I found one quite cheap so may do it, and thanks!
     
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    Now that would be ironic, lol.

    btw, if you do buy it new, then I recommend www.novatech.co.uk for their excellent customer service. I've spent thousands there now and have always been looked after very well, especially if something needed sorting out. :)
     
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    75% tops new retail price
     

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