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    Price check please - DFI NF4 SLI-DR S939

    Looking to sell the above sometime soon, but I'm unsure what these would go for today. Cracking board in it's day and never let me down.

    DFI Lanparty N4F SLI-DR


    http://www.neoseeker.com/Articles/Ha...ews/dfinf4sli/

    All the packaging is complete, includes front panel and carrier case, IDE and SATA cables, stickers and SLI jumper tool, although I think some of the sleeving for cables has been used. I swapped out the chipset fan for a copper cooler, but still have the original.

    How much is this worth today?

    Also have Geil 2GB (2x1GB) PC3200 DDR400 Dual Channel Kit - GE2GB3200BDC http://www.overclock.co.uk/product/G...-Kit_5120.html Some of these have been bid upto £40 on ebay but I think that's a bit much! What are these worth?

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    Re: Price check please - DFI NF4 SLI-DR S939

    Your memory should fetch at least £40 as it's now "legacy" and therefore rare - 2GB of decent quality DDR-400 will cost you well over £50 new: plus 2x1GB is about as much as you're likely to get in DDR memory and therefore makes a reasonable upgrade to an old system (from, say, 2x 512MB which is what *my* DDR system has ).

    The motherboard's trickier, as people are far less likely to upgrade a motherboard than a CPU or memory. There's no good reason to buy a s939 motherboard nowadays unless you already have a s939 system and the motherboard fails. That makes it a much harder sell.

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    Re: Price check please - DFI NF4 SLI-DR S939

    I think the motherboard should go for around £45 especially if you have all the accessories to go with it ...it's a very decent MB and I have a friend who would kill for this piece of hardware

    The motherboard's trickier, as people are far less likely to upgrade a motherboard than a CPU or memory. There's no good reason to buy a s939 motherboard nowadays unless you already have a s939 system and the motherboard fails. That makes it a much harder sell.
    I believe DFI has a strong fanbase....the above mentioned guy owns 3 939 DFI based PCs just for "fun"

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    Re: Price check please - DFI NF4 SLI-DR S939

    Quote Originally Posted by ehhhhhhh View Post
    .... I have a friend who would kill for this piece of hardware



    ....the above mentioned guy owns 3 939 DFI based PCs just for "fun"
    I did love this board at the time. It would be nice to see it go to a good home - the frontx panel and the carrying case I don't think were ever used and should be mint. P&P might be the killer.
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