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How much is this PC worth?


Xenzon

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Hello, decided to sell my computer. It is the following.

CPU / RAM / 3D Card have been professionally overclocked after nearly 2days trial & error. Now the system runs completely perfect 100%.

It wouldnt have to be overclocked once sold, but would be sold with paperwork showing which BIOS settings to change in order to achieve the full system overclock.
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Intel i5 760 @ 4.0Ghz 2.96v
Zalman CNPS10X Quiet
4GB G.SkiLL Ripjaw ( F3-10666CL8D-4GBRM 4 weeks old )
Gigabyte P55-UD6 Mobo
GTX 460 768 MSI Cyclone @ 915/1830/4400 1.08v
1TB Samsung F3 7200k SATA
500GB Hitachi Deskstar 7200k SATA
Jeantech Absolute 1000w Modular PSU - (Did have 3x 8800 GTX's, they worked fine on this PSU)
Zalman Z9 Plus Case (4 weeks old)
Sony DVD Writer
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GFX Max temp after 3hrs stress was 74C @ 915Mhz

CPU Max temp after 3hrs stress was 69C @ 4.0Ghz
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Currently only playing CoD Black OPs & MW2
I always play at 1920x1080 8xAA 16xAF. Runs perfect. 80-150fps on FRAPs. (Lift the FPS limit in console, standard these games max at 92fps)

Cheers ladies & gentlemen :-D

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