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    *Price Check* on some 939 parts and gfx card

    If i upgrade later this month to a e5200 how much could I reasonably ask for a AMD 64 3200+ with a DFI nf4 Infinity, 2 gig DDR1 and a geforce 7950gt?
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    Re: *Price Check* on some 939 parts and gfx card

    Make of DDR1?

    CPU - with or without heatsink? Around £10ish without heatsink.

    Mobo - £25ish

    GPU - £30ish (but I haven't a clue about GPUs )

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    Re: *Price Check* on some 939 parts and gfx card

    CPU with heat sink and fan.

    DDR1 is generic stuff at 400mhz
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    Re: *Price Check* on some 939 parts and gfx card

    Would I be best selling the stuff as a bundle?

    Maybe the cpu, mobo and ram together?
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    Re: *Price Check* on some 939 parts and gfx card

    bundle first, then seperate if it doesnt sell would be the best idea, lots of people need ddr1 however

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    Re: *Price Check* on some 939 parts and gfx card

    How much for the bundle? Say £60 excluding the gfx card? or should I include the gfx card too?
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    Re: *Price Check* on some 939 parts and gfx card

    If I was you I'd sell the CPU & mobo as a bundle, and sell the RAM & GFX separately. Remember that one can buy a new mobo with equally performing processor for ~ £50 - £60, whereas 2GB of DDR400 RAM could be attractive to someone (like me, for instance ) as an upgrade to an old machine (particularly given that for most day to day office tasks an old Athlon XP or P4 is still up to the task, and it's memory that tends to bottleneck older machines....). As a guide, Ebuyer currently sells 1GB sticks of generic DDR400 for £27 each....

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    Re: *Price Check* on some 939 parts and gfx card

    Quote Originally Posted by revol68 View Post
    CPU with heat sink and fan.

    DDR1 is generic stuff at 400mhz
    An extra £2-3 as the heatsink is included.

    £10 -13 for each stick of RAM.

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    Re: *Price Check* on some 939 parts and gfx card

    Quote Originally Posted by scaryjim View Post
    If I was you I'd sell the CPU & mobo as a bundle, and sell the RAM & GFX separately. Remember that one can buy a new mobo with equally performing processor for ~ £50 - £60, whereas 2GB of DDR400 RAM could be attractive to someone (like me, for instance ) as an upgrade to an old machine (particularly given that for most day to day office tasks an old Athlon XP or P4 is still up to the task, and it's memory that tends to bottleneck older machines....). As a guide, Ebuyer currently sells 1GB sticks of generic DDR400 for £27 each....
    I would sell the CPU, MB & Ram. You might get a good price for the ram on it's own but then who would buy a MB & CPU with a hard to source ram? Maybe give the buyer option to not take the ram (that assumes they already have ram).

    The graphics card is easy enough to flog on it's own...

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