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Old 07-30-2012, 01:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Quad Core Processor 3.4 ghz
6GB RAM
5670 1 GB GFX
250 7200rpm HD.
Gigabye Ultra Japaneese Capicator MB.
In a badass limited edition amd case. red and black, matching fans, tons.
Great/mint condition, half the parts are brand new, except mb, and processor
What should this rig be priced in your humble opinion? BTW this is an ad that I found not an ad that I posted.
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Default Re: What should this be priced?

I'm guessing the CPU is AMD from the AMD case. I'd say 500, and that is being generous.
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so is 425 a good price?
It's also 32 bit
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Ehhh I guess. 6GB of RAM is absolutely pointless on an x86 OS though.
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Yeah, it can only use 4, I know but it comes with the serial code for windows and it's 64 bit capable so I'll be able to convert it.
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Technically it should onlybe seeing 3.25GB.
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