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My kids are "off the payroll." They are responsible for their own systems, just as they are for their own groceries or car payments. Of course the "Bank of Mom and Dad" still provides some IT consulting.In my younger years I used to flip hardware to upgrade to the next. I lost out more than a few times, but back then I did what I had to do. These days I have my 2 boys that are old enough to use them. My oldest boy is basically running my original AM4 system that I built at the dawn of Zen 3. My plan was to do 3 AM4 setups as I have 3 CPUs.. but I have an LGA1700 board coming from a buddy down in the states. I have some G.Skill DDR5 picked out, just not sure on a CPU for it.. probably a 13sixer.
I once attended a teaching class that required my developing a training session a-z. My choice was a hands on class consisting of turning old pc hardware into wall clocks. The hands on aspect earned me kudos.
they have all the best and hard to find droid parts. just dont leave your ship unattended near them....Perhaps consider https://www.jawa.gg/search?categoryIds=1
I don't personally have any experience selling on that platform, just something to look at.
Never heard of this outfit.they have all the best and hard to find droid parts.
Not trustworthy? Bad buyers?just dont leave your ship unattended near them....
jawaNever heard of this outfit.
Not trustworthy? Bad buyers?
all my stuff gets handed down to my friends kids then what ever is the oldest piece of hardware is given away for free on facebook since at that point it's usually 4-5 years old and not worth my time selling but still good enough for some one else to use.So what do you guys do with your old CPU when you upgrade? Toss it in the recycle bin? Seriously, how easy is it to sell an older AMD CPU on eBay?