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For Sale Processor, Mobo, and Case

Discussion in 'Sales and Swaps' started by westernkings, Nov 12, 2009.

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  1. westernkings

    westernkings Gigabyte Poster

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    Hi guys,

    I have a Xclio Case for sale along with Motherboard and I7 920 CPU.

    Xclio A380 Case

    Intel I7 920 Processor

    Asus P6T SE

    Accepting Offers, all are pretty brand new to be honest. Had about 3 months but upgrading my entire system.
     
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  2. greenbrucelee
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    How much do you want for the cpu and mobo?
     
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  3. dmarsh

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    What are you planning on upgrading to ? How much do you want for the parts ?
     
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  4. westernkings

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    Well the Motherboard was 140 and the processor was 210 so I would accept £285 for both given that they are pretty new and never overclocked so very little life lost in them. Obviously, delivery charge too, or pick up if you want to save some cash. 30 quid for the case.

    Can PM me with offers. They are absolutely fine. Still have the motherboard box and documents etc.
     
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  5. dmarsh

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    Silverstone case is cheaper and aluminium, however its not a full tower. For £100+ case I'd want aluminium.

    http://www.scan.co.uk/Product.aspx?WebProductID=886000&source=froogle

    P6T6 is better for SLI than P6T which has limited double width PCIe x16 slots.

    As for i7 975, more than £250 for a processor is nuts in my mind, are you searching for a cure for cancer or playing games ?

    Why not wait for Core i9 if you have money to burn ?
     
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    nothing wrong with folding :p
     
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    from all accounts the I9 is 5 months away. Just been and purchased it anyway haha. 6 cores won't really make much of a difference given that word on the street is they will not be priced below £400. anything on the i9 is pure speculation really.

    As for the case. It is a really ****ing good case, hot swappable Sata drives and all sorts of really cool skulldugery. I won't be crating it about too much so aluminium won't make much difference (or with the cooling, it has a pretty good fan layout) and I have just bought the P6T6 after reading nothing but fantastic reviews versus the rampage and just about any other motherboard on the market.
     
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    hahah some of those reviews are hilarious!
     
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    I might be intrested but not in the case though as I have some good ones which include 19 antec 1200s and 900 2s along with a few coolermaster cosmos s cases cluttering up my bedroom. It's a pretty tight fit in there at the moment.
     
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  12. westernkings

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    Bumpy Bumpy,

    selling the i7 975 D0!! before overclocking it to it's current clock, had it at 4GHz 100% stable with a decent air cooler on a 1.27v with a High Temp of 59c - 65c in Prime95 LOAD. Depending on room temp obviously. It gets a little unstable because of High Temps etc because I'm a noob overclocker in all honesty when approaching 4.5Ghz

    Also have the P6T SE motherboard available.

    Will accept offers, this is a fantastic chip, pretty much brand new. Free Delivery to the UK. this comes boxed and with the stock cooler un used.

    I bought it from

    http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Intel-i7-975-Extreme-Socket-1366-%28B%29-Nehalem-333-GHz-QPI-64GT-s-Cache-8MB-22x-130W-Retail For 750. Will accept offers of £520 which is £200 discount nearly.

    Reason for selling, some stuff I want to buy and rather than spending my money and having these 2 chips, I thought I'd sell some of my spare stuff to fund it instead, not only that but I am trying to limit the **** I need to take with me in 2 weeks lol.
     
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  14. westernkings

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    In fairness lol, I just upped the multi and by I unstable, I mean, my PC BSODs a few times and then stopped doing it lol. So it may have been the processor, could of been the raid, was more than likely the raid because when it restarted it would only have 3 or the 4 drives until I restarted again.
     
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