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[FS][US] Big Sale: CPU's, Mobo's, RAM, Video cards, Coolers, HDD's, PSU's, Fans, etc.

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  1. br4dz

    br4dz

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    Big Sale: Mobo's, RAM, Video cards, Coolers, Fans *Price drops + accepting offers*

    I'm selling practically any and all computer components I currently own in pursuit of of a newer platform. Prices are pretty firm, definitely do not want low ballers since my total cash in pocket is barely positive. Items come as described, no different. I am not responsible if you purchase an item without reading the description first; some items may have pre-existing conditions. Items will come with whatever accessories, manuals, boxes in the photos or listed in the description. If the accessories or original box is not needed, please state so in your PM.

    Multiple item purchases will be discounted

    ***All sold, thanks guys***

    PayPal only - non CC preferred

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    Intel Core 2 Quad Q6700 2.66 GHz - *Sold*
    I've owned this Quad for under two years, bought it brand new. It has been lapped, not claiming a perfect lap job but temperatures did level out from highest core to lowest core temperatures, average temperature decreasing overall. VID is 1.2375V, pretty low. I've gotten this thing to boot at 3.8 GHz at 1.36V, never kept it that high and no idea if it would be stable at a lower voltage since I didn't try. Has ran stock the majority of it's life, was overclocked for a couple months on a 780i. No picture of it since I'm still currently using it.
    Intel Core 2 Duo E6320 1.86 GHz - *Sold*
    Bought this from someone. Easily overclocked to 2.8 GHz with little voltage increase, never tried lowest voltage it would be stable at but this should hit 3 GHz+ np. Not sure on the VID. Sorry that the picture isn't that great, can't see the info on the CPU in the photo :(.
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    Gigabyte EP45-UD3P Rev 1.6 - *Sold*
    This motherboard has a long and painful story. Bought it in February or March 2010 to replace my EVGA 780i knowing that it was widely considered one of the best LGA 775 boards. Almost a year later and I haven't gotten a stable overclock from it. Even the smallest of overclocks will not be stable. RMA'd the board once, and it came back seemingly with nothing fixed on it. The instability issues when overclocked continued. Don't get me wrong, this board is rock solid when on stock clocks, but anytime I overclock, it's unstable. Not sure if I'm missing a crucial setting when I'm overclocking, or what, but I've tried every setting I could think of, even asked for help on forums and done countless hours of research on it. Tried to RMA a second time, and Gigabyte refused. Maybe it was my wording because I was a bit upfront? Not sure, maybe someone will have better luck getting it RMA'd a second time. Figured the board was worth $70 in case someone could get it RMA'd again, plus it does have a lot of nice features compared to cheaper boards. Comes with original box (still has RMA tag on it) and I/O plate.
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    Gigabyte G41M-ES2L Rev 1.1 - *Sold* @ Anandtech
    Basically a brand new board. Bought in June or July 2010 and has been very lightly used for a few hours here and there. This board has barely even seen the light of day. Over 2 years of warranty left on the board (warranty started 9th week of 2010). Ships for $58 off newegg, giving $23 off brand new on a basically brand new board. Comes with box and I/O plate.
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    4x1 GB of Mushkin DDR2-800 4-5-4-11-2T 2.1v - *Sold* @ OCN
    Great ram modules, easily overclocked to 1050 MHz with stock voltage and just loosening timings. Ran it at stock the majority of it's life however.
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    2x1 GB of Corsair XMS2 DDR2-800 4-4-4-12-2T 2.1v - *Sold*
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    4x256 mb of GEIL DDR-400 2-6-3-3 - *Sold* @ OCN
    Yes, they have copper heatspreaders which are very heavy may I add.
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    1GB of Micron DDR2-667 SO-DIMM PC2-5300 - *Sold* @ Anandtech
    Barely used, came out of my netbook.
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    Antec EarthWatts EA380 380W - *Sold* @ OCN
    GREAT power supply. Will easily power most anything out there that doesn't require a video card with more than a PCI-E 6-pin connector. Not the Green one (EA380D) which I've heard is of lower quality than this unit. Comes with original box, possibly manual too if I can find it.
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    Antec SL350 350W - *Sold* @ OCN
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    Antec True480 480W - *Sold* @ OCN
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    Sapphire HD 4650 PCI-E x16 - *Sold* @ OCN
    Ran it in my HTPC and easily plays 720p movies, shouldn't be a problem with 1080p either. Very nice HTPC card or low-end gaming card.
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    XFX 7600 GT PCI-E x16 - *Sold*
    This video card was pulled from my parents PC because it was artifacting. It wasn't anything major, but it would have a few short horizontal bars come up on the Windows Vista loading screen, and a couple of dots on the POST screen. In side of windows, however, seeing any artifacting was rare to none. Good for someone looking to possibly bake the card, use as a test card for motherboards, or just for someone that doesn't care about a few artifacts here and there. I cannot guarantee that this card will last, but it has been artifacting for a few months and it never got any worse. No XFX warranty on this card either unfortunately, never registered in time. The heatsink cover is currently off (I placed it on top for the look), and I have to find the screws to re-attach it. I'm positive where 2 of the screws are, but not all 4.
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    Western Digital WD5000AAKS 500GB - *Sold* @ OCN
    Passed S.M.A.R.T. when I tested it before I pulled it out, been used for a couple of years.
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    Western Digital WD3200AAKS 320GB - *Sold* @ OCN
    Passed S.M.A.R.T. when I tested it last, still using it in my PC atm. Been used for a couple of years also, bought it at the same time of the 500GB.
    2x Western Digital WD800 80GB IDE - *Sold* @ OCN
    Both were pulled from working rigs, not sure about S.M.A.R.T. but there shouldn't be any issue.
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    Thermalright Ultra-120 Extreme TRUE BLACK Edition Rev C. - *Sold*
    My trusty TRUE Black. It's revision C, which does perform better than the other two revisions. I bought it about a year ago, but it recently got replaced with a Corsair H50. It has been semi-lapped, meaning that I didn't get all of the nickel plating off. Pictures show two areas with nickel plating left, they're on the sides. It does perform better than it did before though. Base is flatter and smoother, but do not claim a perfect lap job. Comes with all mounting hardware (AM2/AM2+/AM3??, LGA 775, LGA 1366) that I got with it, even the rubber fan strips (I never used them). Metal clips to install two fans. Only thing it is missing is the LGA 775 installation manual. Comes with original box, logo/sticker and packaging too.
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    3x Yate Loon (rebranded as Alienware) D12BL-12 120mm fans - *Sold* @ Anandtech
    Great fans. These are the ball bearing yate loons, which are better than the sleeve bearing ones. They last longer, and won't get anywhere near as noisy as they age. These are the low speed model, the 1300rpm ones. Even at 1300rpm they move a decent amount of air. Quality fans. Two of them were used for a week or so, one hasn't been used at all.
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    2x 140mm Cooler Master Fans - *Sold* @ Anandtech
    One is black, one is a blue LED. Black was never used but may have some minor scratches from not being properly stored. Blue LED one was used for a couple of months, then sat right next to the black.
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    Cooler Master HAF 932 original side panel and/or Red LED 230mm fan - *Sold*
    Side panel window has a 1-2 inch scratch. Red LED fan was never used. Would rather sell the panel with the fan, but it isn't necessary.
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    that sapphire 4650 is a good little card put on of them in my sisters build a while back and may snag this one...

    also those old school geils are heavy as hell i got a set myself :roll:
     
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    Dude named Q9650 is looking for a UD3P for his...Q9650! :D

    Bumpage.
     
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    Problem is the overclocking limitations, I may have gotten a dud. Overclocking isn't guarantee'd so says Gigabyte. I'd like to find someone that doesn't want to overclock on it or feels like dealing with Gigabyte's tech support/warranty system to RMA it a second time.
     
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    Might take one of those low end Antec PSUs, just have to calculate the power draw of one of my older systems.
     
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    if those corsairs are the single sided DIMMS im thinking of, theyll do 5-5-5-5 or run at almost ddr2 1000 @ 4-4-4-12
     
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    They aren't single sided, but if I remember correctly, they overclocked fairly well. I don't think they did as good as the Mushkin's listed above them though.
     
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    ah, too bad. the timings/volts/freq were same for stock.

    in any case, nice stuff!
     
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    cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    They are promos and do 960 cl4 I think I got them up to 1100 once on my set but don't ask colts or anything
     
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    How much for the dog shipped?:toast:

    Nice to see a 775 setup like what I used to have for sale!
     
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    I'm interested in that C2D...

    I'm not sure if it's compatible with the mobo from a Comaq SR-5000 though...

    Do you know if older mobos have trouble accommodating 65nm Core2s with more cache?
     
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    $200 shipped. She's more trouble than she's worth, trust me lol. Best personality I've ever seen from a dog, but the moneyyyyyyy, $2K worth on surgeries/medicine alone. At least it wasn't my money.
     
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    alot of stuff sold! ttt
     
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    Bump for Beagles!
     
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    purchased mobo, cpu's and 7600 card
     
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    Price drop on some items
     
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    PM'd for some some combo action.
     
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    bump
     
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    Free bump to a fellow OCN TF2'er!
     
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    Bump + more price drops, prices are pretty firm
     
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    Bump for you. Love the dog.
     
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    Bump for a very handsome dog !
     
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    It's a she, but thanks :p
     
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