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# 177618 9-Aug-2015 13:52
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Hi,

My son has recently moved overseas to take up an internship / training opportunity; so wants me to sell on his behalf his Gaming PC (he needs the funds rather than the PC).

Specs:

Dual ViewSonic FullHD 24" LED displays (both HDMI connected)
QuadCore I7 3770 @3.4GHz
4Gb AMD Radeon R9 270X Series
128Gb SDD Boot Drive
2Tb SATA Data drive
Blue Ray player
WiFi Adapter & On Board Ethernet

It also has one of those built-in things that fit-and-reads-almost-every-sort-of-memory-chip-known-to-man.

This rig apparently played the latest Batman Arkham game flawlessly.  Having said that, he's NOT selling any of his games, etc, as far as I'm aware (most of them were purchased on Steam anyway, so no physical media).

Was originally Windows 7 Home; has been upgraded and then clean-installed with Windows 10 Home (Fully Activated).  The Windows 7 COA is still on the side of the case, and it'll come with the original Windows 7 in case you don't want/like Windows 10.

Location: Wellington.  I work in the CBD and can bring it all into town for collection upon arrangement.

I believe this cost around $3300 new; he's indicated he's looking for around half that at a minimum.

Questions and serious offers only by PM, please.

P.S. Logitech Webcam also included.

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  # 1361503 9-Aug-2015 13:52
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.




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  # 1361523 9-Aug-2015 14:09
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Looks like a nice rig.  It's probably worth indicating the full model of the GPU though.  An R9 270 is a bit different to a 290 so "200 series" doesn't tell much
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  # 1361540 9-Aug-2015 14:51
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jamesrt: Hi,

My son has recently moved overseas to take up an internship / training opportunity; so wants me to sell on his behalf his Gaming PC (he needs the funds rather than the PC).

Specs:

Dual ViewSonic FullHD 24" LED displays (both HDMI connected)
QuadCore I7 3770 @3.4GHz
4Gb AMD Radeon R9 200 Series
128Gb SDD Boot Drive
2Tb SAS Data drive
Blue Ray player
WiFi Adapter & On Board Ethernet

It also has one of those built-in things that fit-and-reads-almost-every-sort-of-memory-chip-known-to-man.

This rig apparently played the latest Batman Arkham game flawlessly.  Having said that, he's NOT selling any of his games, etc, as far as I'm aware (most of them were purchased on Steam anyway, so no physical media).

Was originally Windows 7 Home; has been upgraded and then clean-installed with Windows 10 Home (Fully Activated).  The Windows 7 COA is still on the side of the case, and it'll come with the original Windows 7 in case you don't want/like Windows 10.

Location: Wellington.  I work in the CBD and can bring it all into town for collection upon arrangement.

I believe this cost around $3300 new; he's indicated he's looking for around half that at a minimum.

Questions and serious offers only by PM, please.


As above you need to specify WHICH 200 series GPU, and are you sure that's a 2tb SAS drive and not a 2TB SATA drive?




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  # 1361562 9-Aug-2015 15:30
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Lias: As above you need to specify WHICH 200 series GPU, and are you sure that's a 2tb SAS drive and not a 2TB SATA drive?

Clarified the GPU, and sorry, yes, SATA not SAS (my fingers are too used to typing SAS for work purposes!)




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  # 1361563 9-Aug-2015 15:31
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sidefx: Looks like a nice rig.

Thanks!  He thinks so, too...  Interested?

sidefx: It's probably worth indicating the full model of the GPU though.  An R9 270 is a bit different to a 290 so "200 series" doesn't tell much

Modified OP, thanks.



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  # 1366785 15-Aug-2015 10:46
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Now listed on TradeMe; price negotiable for GeekZone members!

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