Aug 18, 2017

Selling GTX 1070 Ryzen 1700 PC

Check it out here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/253092154915?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649

Edited Price: $1350
Processor: Ryzen 7 1700
Motherboard: Asus Crosshair Hero VI
Ram: 8x2 (16gb) G.Skill TridentZ RGB DDR4 16GTZR
Storage: 1tb 7200 RPM Samsung Spinpoint F1 DT hard drive
GPU: Asus 1070 strix oc edition
PSU: Corsair RMx 650w 80+ gold
Case: Shogun BitFenix ATX (comes with tempered glass panels)
NOTE: USB3 and all USB slots work for the motherboard (back of the PC), a pin broke off so on the front IO (where the power button will be) the two USB3 slots DO NOT WORK, while the two USB2 slots next to them work fine. The motherboard comes with ample USB3 slots, though.
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Sorry, I was away from the computer until now. I think the price drop by 10% is a good idea.

Honestly though, (this might be a bad suggestion) you might want to consider making some ads on craigslist or something of the individual parts. It may be better to salvage what parts you like/can for a new build and you might even make more money per part.

If I was looking for a prebuilt rig right now, the biggest thing that would stop me from purchasing is a part I didn't like. I can't stand the idea of buying a rig that contained $200 worth of components that I wouldn't have picked.
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I think I'll wait it out and if it doesn't sell then I'll take EMERGENCY ACTIONS. Can definitely see what you're talking about as far as not liking certain parts of a build.

Thanks for your time and suggestions!
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Idk, I wouldn't suggest such a high price for this build even if the USB Slots weren't broken. Considering the choices in the build, I don't think a free Corsair RMx 650w PSU is worth it, imo... because that's what you're ultimately getting for this.
MassDebates
What price would you see as fair?
MassDebates
That's a good point.
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