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NannerBeans

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About NannerBeans

  • Title
    Busying doing nothing
  • Birthday 1995-02-23

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    @overobsessive17

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    United States
  • Occupation
    Student

System

  • CPU
    4790k 4.8Ghz
  • Motherboard
    Asus Z97 Pro (wi-fi ac)
  • RAM
    Corsair Dominator Platinum 4x8GB 1600mhz
  • GPU
    EVGA and Gigabyte gtx 1080 ti FE
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define S
  • Storage
    Samsung 850 evo 1TB, Crucial MX100 512GB, 3x Seagate 5TB
  • PSU
    EVGA G3 1000W
  • Display(s)
    2x Dell U2515H
  • Cooling
    Custom Loop (Alphacool VCP655, EK X-Res top/res, EK Supremacy Evo cpu block, Bitspower and Primochill fittings.)
  • Keyboard
    Ducky Shine 3 mx blue w/ Vortex PBT keycaps, Ducky Shine 3 mx brown w/ Vortex PBT keycaps
  • Mouse
    Mionix Naos 7000
  • Sound
    Oppo PM-3, Modded Fostex T50TP, Phillips SHP9500, Hifiman re400, O2/ODAC, Lepai 2020+ Amp, CEntrance 2504 bookshelf speakers

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  1. NannerBeans

    What is this Worth?

    Location? I would post it on eBay if you're willing to ship. That would be how to get the most out of it. Sell each part individually. The RAM can probably go for $90 shipped, $150 shipped for the motherboard, Maybe $100 for the CPU assuming you're in the US. You would get like $250-270 in your pocket after paying all the fees. If you want to sell them all together locally, you likely will need to give a bundle discount to get people interested so I think $250 would be a good price for all of it.
  2. NannerBeans

    Newegg review???

    I'm pretty mixed about Newegg. I shop there a lot and it's not perfect but if you have Premier membership, the experience is much better. I'm in the US so only have experience with Newegg US. Without Premier, they have restocking fees on returns which really suck and also they will not make exceptions to any of their policies. Once I requested a price match and they even replied saying my price match was valid but the competitor's price was too low so they won't match it. Luckily I was a Premier member so I called their Premier line up and requested a return for the item. They gave me the price match after I said I was returning the item because I was denied a price match. Customer service overall is much better on the Premier hotline and the waived restocking fees and free return shipping more than make up for the cost of the annual Premier membership if you shop there regularly.
  3. Yeah I'm probably going to chuck the 1 I used in the garbage and sell the other on eBay. Maybe someone else will like it more than I do.
  4. Dude if you don't like something, you don't like it. I don't need a few days to figure out that DBrand is complete junk.
  5. But this is not about getting better at something, this is about poor quality products. I think you're trying to compare apples to oranges.
  6. Sometimes you need things in hand to evaluate it properly. There's only so much you can learn from research and this isn't something like a graphics card where you can just look up benchmarks online.
  7. If the product is good, you shouldn't even need to become accustomed to it. It's supposed to be an improvement which is why you spend money on it.
  8. I never said I was entitled to a refund, I was merely wondering if they had a satisfaction guarantee policy. You are twisting my words. I never said they were required to give me a refund, I was asking a question about their policy. Yes, you did. You said refunds generate waste. That's not true. The waste is there already. Only thing a refund does is gives money back. If someone doesn't like something and they don't want it, it's going to get tossed out whether or not they get a refund for the item.
  9. Not what I was saying at all. I was wondering if DBrand has a satisfaction guarantee policy or something like that since that is fairly common. BTW, refunds don't generate waste. It's going to be thrown away refund or not so it's not adding to waste. The waste is already there. Just a matter of if the company is willing to stand behind their product.
  10. I purchased 2 DBrand skins because the back of my G6 is cracked in a corner and because I heard about them from Linus. Fast-forward to today, I received my skins and they feel god awful. Like every time I pick up my phone with the wrap, it feels like a toy. I peeled it off after an hour. Has anyone been able to get their money back from DBrand when you haven't liked the product you bought?
  11. It seems like everyone likes 27"+ screens these days but I personally prefer smaller but the 22" on this 1 is too small. I recently got 1440p 25" monitors and I think that's the best ratio. PPI on that is right around 117.5.
  12. It's 3000mhz and considering hardware in Canada is a bit more expensive, I'd say $150 CAD is a very fair price. I sold a 4x4GB kit of 2800 for $100 USD so 3000mhz + it's in Canada, I'd add another 20 USD to it which is right around 150 CAD.
  13. NannerBeans

    How much is a GTX 970

    Depends on where you sell it. On forums, expect it to go for $150-165 USD if selling in the US. It may be higher in Canada. On eBay, looks like you can sell for ~$175-$190 but after fees, you're looking at about the same amount in your pocket. Canada prices will be different because of higher hardware prices over there.
  14. NannerBeans

    Checking my math work

    Yeah I was going to mention this but I was too lazy to write out the equation lol.
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