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how much would you pay for this build that doesnt have a processor?

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1 year ago#1
- Cooler Master Case
- Intel DH67BL LGA 1155 Socket Motherboard (supports Intel 2nd gen core i5 & core i7 processors)
- 16GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3 RAM (8GB 1600MHz & 8GB 1866MHz)
- ASUS nVidia GTX550 Ti 1GB DDR5 Video Card (VGA, DVI & HDMI outs)
- 1000 Watt Cooler Master Silent Pro Gold Power Supply
- 2 Blu-ray Drives
- 4 Hard Drives (Western Digital VelociRaptor 450GB, Western Digital 2TB, 2 Western Digital Caviar SE 200GB)
- Windows 7 Ultimate
- Extra fans, extra processor heat sinks.

said to be a few months old and someone has this for sale, its just missing a processor what would these parts be worth?
1 year ago#2
Maybe 350. Socket is still good and the processor shouldn't be expensive, video card isn't terrible, but not great either. Could easily turn it into a pretty decent computer for another 300.

Edit: Looks like Ivybridge is still more expensive than I was expecting, probably bump the 300 up to 400.
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1 year ago#3
aw ok, they wanted $600 for it, but it seemed pretty high to me especially considering there was no processor which was going to cost another $150 or so.
1 year ago#4
If you are thinking of buying that system, before you should try to find a processor that fits in it, until you have secured a processor you shouldn't buy anything.
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1 year ago#5
fatali posted...
If you are thinking of buying that system, before you should try to find a processor that fits in it, until you have secured a processor you shouldn't buy anything.


thats why i wanted to see what a good price for the build was. wouldnt want to go ahead and get a processor if i was paying too much, or it wasnt worth it.
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