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    Price Check - x2 4400 and Enermax 600w

    Anyone able to give a rough guide at how much I should sell both of these?

    Both around 3 months old with minimal use, selling due to some new higher end kit arriving. About £90 new for the Enermax atm, and £375 for the 4400.

    Enermax Noisetaker 600W EG701AX-VE(W) SFMA ATX2.0 SLI Compliant PSU (CA-021-EN)
    The highly anticipated ATX +12V ver 2.0 is finally here, for those who still live in a cave PCI-Express video card and CPU reaching near 4G require a new standard in power supply design. Dual +12V and more +12 Amps are a few of the changes from version 1.3. As always Enermax has always exceeded the Intel power supply design guide to give you more than you need. Our ver 2.0 come with native 6 Pins PCI-X connector for top end video cards and the smart fan function allows better heat dissipation after system shut down.
    - 2 x 6 pin PCI-Express VGA Connectors for SLi Compatibility
    - Intel approved ATX 2.0 (20/24 pin connectors)
    - Intel/AMD ATX 1.3 approved
    - Smart Fan: After PC shuts down, cooling fan keeps running
    - Separate 12V rails: Independent 12V rails supply to MB/CPU
    - Meet UL 240VA safety requirements offer a safer perating circumstance to users.
    - S-ATA connectors
    - Manual and automatic fan speed control : Automatic controlled by thermostat plus rheostat
    - Extra Power connector
    - Dual Fan: The best cooling method for PC system, and is strongly suggested by AMD.
    - Active PFC function: PF value 0.99 under condition of 230VAC/50Hz at full load.
    - Silence: Acoustic noise is successfully reduced with two fans
    - FM & FC functions: RPM signal of 8cm exhaust fan is provided

    AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 4400+ (Socket 939) - Retail (ADA4400CDBOX) (CP-127-AM)
    Frustrated by staring at the hourglass icon as soon as you try to work on more than three programs at once, especially when you’re working with digital media? Increase your performance by up to 80% with the AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 dual core processor. Work or play with multiple programs without any stalling or waiting. Dual-core technology is like having two processors, and two working together is better and faster than one working alone. Do more in less time with the AMD Athlon 64 X2 dual-core processor.
    - Only AMD64 technology runs today’s 32-bit and tomorrow’s 64-bit software
    - AMD’s Enhanced Virus Protection for Microsoft ® Windows ® XP SP2*
    - Cool'n'Quiet™ technology for a quieter computer and lower power costs
    - HyperTransport™ technology and an integrated DDR memory controller for maximum performance and system efficiency
    - 2.2GHz operating speed
    - 1024Kb L2 cache

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    The 4400 you can pick up brand new for £345 fom Loweston web (oem version), or retail for about £353 from various places.

    Scan are doing the Noisetaker for £88 brand new

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    • Rabs's system
      • Motherboard:
      • Gigabyte Z170X Gaming 7
      • CPU:
      • Intel Core i7 6700K
      • Memory:
      • 2 x 8GB Corsair Vengeance Red
      • Storage:
      • 256GB Samsung 950 Pro Nvme, 1TB Seagate HD
      • Graphics card(s):
      • EVGA Nvidia 970OC
      • PSU:
      • Coolermaster Ethusiast 850W
      • Case:
      • Coolermaster Stacker STC 101
      • Operating System:
      • Windows 10
      • Monitor(s):
      • Benq GW2760 27"
      • Internet:
      • Virgin Cable 200/12
    Considering the new price of the 4400+ as mentioned above, I'd say about £290-300 as they are highly sought after.

    The PSU imo is worth about £65 - other makes with a similar wattage are cheaper than Enermax unfortunately so you have to factor this in.

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