Selling folding2 with 980x, ga-x58a-udr3, 6 gigs ram, 650watt PSU, and more

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Hey guys, I am now putting up my former folding2 rig up for sale. Asking price for it is $600 for [H]oard and Commandos, and $650 for everyone else. This price includes free personal delivery to anyone within 200 miles of Cincinnati. If you live further than approximately 3 hours from me, PM me as i'll deliver it for a little extra charge to cover the additional gas money and time.

As some know, I am starting up a business and could use some more money. This is one helluva price for a complete system and here are the specs below. Also as some of you folks know about my systems, the 980x Gulftown has NEVER been overvolted and has always run at 3.6ghz at stock voltage. This processor will easily overclock to at least 4.1ghz on a little extra vcore when I first got it and played around with it before setting it at 3.6ghz. I baby my stuff!

Gigabyte GA-X58A-UDR3
Intel Core i7 980x Gulftown
6 gigs Corsair CAS8 DDR3-1600 ram
160gb WD HDD
Cogage TRUE Sprit CPU cooler
Coolermaster HAF922 case
Corsair 650watt professional series modular PSU
HIS ATI Radeon x1900 video card
Netgear Rangemax Wireless N card
Genuine OEM copy of Windows 7 x64 professional or home premium(forgot which).

If you have questions, feel free to PM me although I won't be answering any PM's until late tomarrow afternoon since i'll be at CPR and AED training all morning and afternoon to get certified.
 
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Damn good deal, although I'm surprised you were able to fit windows 7 on that 160 megabyte hard drive ;).
 

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Damn good deal, although I'm surprised you were able to fit windows 7 on that 160 megabyte hard drive ;).

LOL! That is a typo that i'll correct at some point. I guess it is partially because I came from a time when having a 40 meg HDD was considered to be a giant hard drive. I remember a time when you had those 360kb low density 5.25inch floppy drives only to be amazed at how insanely powerful computers today are.
 

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I have a seriously interested buyer at this time. Stay tuned to this thread just in case the deal doesn't go through.
 

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Ok, this computer has been sold and delivered. Based on the short conversation I had with this individual, it looks like someone is going to be doing a little more mowing with this Gulftown rig soon :)
 
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