Macbook Pro, 2600K Rig, X79 boards, Dual 2011 Servers

bwang

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Few extra things I had lying around up for sale

*Rampage IV Black Edition - new refurb from Asus I bought a couple years back; antistatic bag is still sealed. I don't want to break the seals to test it, but will warranty it from being DOA.

$350 shipped, comes with IO shield but no accessories as it is a refurb

*Gigabyte X79-UD3 Rev 1.1 with i7-4820K

Bare board and CPU, no IO shield

SOLD locally

*Sandy Bridge rig - i7-2600K, MSI P67A-C43 board, GTX 680, 16GB (4x4) DDR3, 2x 2TB hard drives, Antec Eco 620W power supply, Antec Super LANBOY case (ATX mini tower, has handle!)

SOLD locally

*2 DL360p Gen8's - both configured with 2x 146GB 15K SAS drives, flash backed cache, dual E5-2670's, and 96GB of RAM. Despite being 1U servers these things are remarkably quiet. Only catch is they don't come with drive caddies outside of the two installed.

$899 each shipped to you.

*Early 2011 15" Macbook Pro - original Thunderbolt model, i7-2720QM, 1680x1050 panel, 120GB third-party SSD and 8GB of RAM installed. There is a catch - dynamic GPU switching does not work, so you need to reboot to switch GPU's. No idea why, and I gave up trying to figure out.

SOLD
 
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bwang

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Would also straight up trade the Gigabyte combo for a 4790K or a 4770K.
 

bwang

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ttt, minor price increase on the Sandy Bridge rig but I upgraded the GPU to a much less useless GTX 680
 
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