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FS: Gaming PC Q6600 8800GT. 19" TFT, Keyboard, Mouse etc.

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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months agoFeedback:11 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Ok guys I have my main gaming PC for sale. Basically I work 2 jobs and just don't have the time to use it anymore.

The system specs are as follows

Processor: Core 2 Quad - Q6600
Cooler: Asus Silent Knight Super Air Cooler
Motherboard: Gigabyte P35-DS3R
RAM: 4gb (4 x 1gb) OCZ Nvidia Certified RAM (900mhz Rated)
Cooler: Dual Fan (Attaches to the clips that hold the RAM in)
Graphics Card: Asus 8800GT 512mb PCI-E 2
Hard Drive: 250gb SATA 2
Optical Drives: 1 x PATA DVD Writer, 1 x SATA DVD Writer
PCI Slot Fan Cooler (with variable speed control)
Thermaltake 550w Pure Power RX Power Supply (http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/Product.aspx?C=1247&ID=1517)

Has various LED lights and a cold cathode kit in it. One of the cathodes is broke but I have purchased a new kit to replace it, so I'll ship that as well. Looking at £530 for the tower.

I also have a 19" TFT Monitor (pictures to come tonight) with DVI and VGA - £70

Logitech G15 Keyboard - Very good condition, not really used much - £40

Logitech mx518 - Again very good condition (I like my PC's so I take good care) - £15

Pictures to go up shortly of the tower, for keyboard mouse and monitor I'll take some tonight.

Edit: Just so you guys know I have asked around elsewhere so if it goes there obviously I'll take off here.

Ebay ID is bobbysbits2k8 :)
- borak

Forgot to add that this also includes a Linksys WRT54GS wireless card which has 802.11g wireless with speedbooster (max speed of 108mbps instead of 54)
- borak
Shipping/Payment:
Collection from Leicester or yourself to arrange courier?
borak Avatar
8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months agoFeedback:11 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
Reserved for pics

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#2
dont you think you are over priceing it you can build one cheaper with moniter keyboard mouse and still have change from what you want for the tower
#3
graphics card is exspensive though
#4
I think it is a little over priced as surely this http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.204-0126.aspx + a 8800gt for about £70 would come to less than that?

Tim
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Edit: Just so you guys know I have asked around elsewhere so if it goes there obviously I'll take off here.


Where have you asked??
#6
The power pack in those Dell are going to be at the limit in terms of power. The Purepower RX can sustain I think 38A or 41A continuous over 3 rails. It would be able to run 2 x 8800GT's in SLI without much trouble as well as seriously overclocking the Q6600 AND RAM. The motherboard is a highly overclockable P35 chipset which supports the penryn cores and good overclocking on both the processor and RAM. Dell use the cheapest thing they can. The case is larger to accomodate for good air movement and isn't a smaller form factor like a Dell.

I think this is a gaming PC because not only is it quite powerful but also comes with quality components which offer great potential as well as future proofing with respect to the bearlake chipset. Last I checked, the cheapest 8800GT ive seen is about £115 new on lambdatek (obviously this isn't new but I'm not expecting £115 for it).

Also, knowing Dell cases you'd be lucky to get such a long graphics card in there.

Edit: Sorry but again, the keyboard and mouse are of gaming standard, and not a £10 set you can pick up from Tesco. Its like comparing a Porche to a Fiesta and then asking why the guy is expecting so much for his porche?
#7
juliet_bravo


Where have you asked??


A friend of a friend might be interested. Not actually posted on any other websites or eBay.
#8
borak
The power pack in those Dell are going to be at the limit in terms of power. The Purepower RX can sustain I think 38A or 41A continuous over 3 rails. It would be able to run 2 x 8800GT's in SLI without much trouble as well as seriously overclocking the Q6600 AND RAM. The motherboard is a highly overclockable P35 chipset which supports the penryn cores and good overclocking on both the processor and RAM. Dell use the cheapest thing they can. The case is larger to accomodate for good air movement and isn't a smaller form factor like a Dell.

I think this is a gaming PC because not only is it quite powerful but also comes with quality components which offer great potential as well as future proofing with respect to the bearlake chipset. Last I checked, the cheapest 8800GT ive seen is about £115 new on lambdatek (obviously this isn't new but I'm not expecting £115 for it).

Also, knowing Dell cases you'd be lucky to get such a long graphics card in there.

Edit: Sorry but again, the keyboard and mouse are of gaming standard, and not a £10 set you can pick up from Tesco. Its like comparing a Porche to a Fiesta and then asking why the guy is expecting so much for his porche?


your over priced as can get it for that
http://www.trustedgoods.com/product_p/920-000375.htm?gclid=CIi87cmP3pUCFQ2vQwodt2GgaQ
#9
Their Condition = Refurbed. So its the same price. These are products that were broken and have been repaired. Mine has not broken at any point.
#10
not always broken, most of the time just sent back, my laptop is a refurb and is in new condition
#11
borak
Their Condition = Refurbed. So its the same price. These are products that were broken and have been repaired. Mine has not broken at any point.


as least you get a guarantee what guarantee are you giving? why dont you look around and see the prices of the items you are selling now as when you got them what must of been near the start of 2007 as that is when most of your items came out. so has any of your items still got a guarantee with them?
#12
True I suppose. I know the power pack has a 5 year guarantee but unsure about the rest.

These prices as listed with the fact in mind that people will make offers.
#13
Bump!
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