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Topic # 193582 16-Mar-2016 01:11
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Might see if there's any outright interest in buying this PC here.
Paint work on the interior is a little average, but nothing blatantly obvious unless you observe super closely.

 

Specs:

 

 

- i7 5820k, no OC
- NZXT X31 with a NZXT fan and a Noctua fan
- ASUS X99 Pro motherboard
- 32GB Kingston HyperX DDR4 2400MHz (90% certain on that)
- Corsair AX850
- Inwin 904 case modded with lights and interior paint, is missing some screws/fan mount/one screw to hold in rear panel/the LED to light up the front logo is dead
- 2TB WD Red (no OS)
- Gigabyte GTX970, no OC

 

Not wanting to part out atm as I have no issue keeping it. Can add speakers, keyboard, mouse, 24" IPS 1080p monitor for the right price.
Might entertain someone paying it off. Let me know anyway.

In Dunedin, wanting $2540 posted anywhere in NZ, in the original box (probably cost more than $50 to post, it's pretty big)

PM me for pics and stuff, it's being a pain here.

 


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  Reply # 1514075 16-Mar-2016 01:11
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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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  Reply # 1514396 16-Mar-2016 13:09
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Seems quite pricey..


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1514402 16-Mar-2016 13:15
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harts:

 

Seems quite pricey..

 



Rough pricing I used for this:

- i7 5820k, no OC: $550
- NZXT X31 with a NZXT fan and a Noctua fan: $80
- ASUS X99 Pro motherboard: $500
- 32GB Kingston HyperX DDR4 2400MHz (90% certain on that): $350
- Corsair AX850: $180
- Inwin 904 case modded with lights and interior paint, is missing some screws/fan mount/one screw to hold in rear panel/the LED to light up the front logo is dead: $200
- 2TB WD Red (no OS): $80
- Gigabyte GTX970, no OC: $480
- Lights: $80
- Paint work: $40

Totals out to about $2540 all up. Obviously there's room to negotiate; but you don't seem too interested anyway?


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  Reply # 1514413 16-Mar-2016 13:23
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harts:

 

Seems quite pricey..

 

 

everything new is about the $3100 mark




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  Reply # 1514415 16-Mar-2016 13:25
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Jase2985:

 

harts:

 

Seems quite pricey..

 

 

everything new is about the $3100 mark

 



And as mentioned, quite a lot of it is still quite new (Probably 3 or 4 months worth of use on the CPU, mobo, RAM, cooler).
Can get receipts for CPU/RAM/Cooler/mobo/case too if you would need it.


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