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2 minutes ago, andreajl said:

sorry i missed the post. point taken, thanks.

i am also still looking for different components

 

6100 or i5 2400 would smash the q9650, it's high end, but it's 8 years old. 

 

http://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Core2-Quad-Q9650-vs-Intel-Core-i3-6100/m1706vs3511

 

http://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Core2-Quad-Q9650-vs-Intel-Core-i5-2400/m1706vs803

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello everyone.

I found a Q9650 + Asus P5Q Deluxe + 8GB of Corsair XMS DDR2 memory used bundle for 190 eur (220 usd).

I'm not really up to speed with this generation of cpus. 

Is this a good value or i could get the same performance within the same budget with new parts?

 

The system will be doing light work, netflix, some web developing, eventually gaming when i can afford a good card (would be getting a cheap one to go with this bundle).

 

Thanks, Andrea.

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Dosen't really seem like a good deal to me, do you see any other similar deals?


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2 minutes ago, andreajl said:

Hello everyone.

I found a Q9650 + Asus P5Q Deluxe + 8GB of Corsair XMS DDR2 memory used bundle for 190 eur (220 usd).

I'm not really up to speed with this generation of cpus. 

Is this a good value or i could get the same performance within the same budget with new parts?

 

The system will be doing light work, netflix, some web developing, eventually gaming when i can afford a good card (would be getting a cheap one to go with this bundle).

 

Thanks, Andrea.

 

thats some next gen stuff there (jk)

basically if all the parts are in good working condition they should be fine


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4 minutes ago, andreajl said:

Hello everyone.

I found a Q9650 + Asus P5Q Deluxe + 8GB of Corsair XMS DDR2 memory used bundle for 190 eur (220 usd).

I'm not really up to speed with this generation of cpus. 

Is this a good value or i could get the same performance within the same budget with new parts?

 

The system will be doing light work, netflix, some web developing, eventually gaming when i can afford a good card (would be getting a cheap one to go with this bundle).

 

Thanks, Andrea.

GOTTA GET THAT P5Q DELUXE MAN, THAT'S A GOOD BOARD!


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terrible deal imo

 

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Motherboard: Asus H110M-A Micro ATX LGA1151 Motherboard  (€66.89 @ Amazon Deutschland) 
Memory: Crucial 8GB (1 x 8GB) DDR4-2133 Memory  (€26.63 @ Amazon Deutschland) 
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Thats a terrible deal, this should be around $140 max imo. For used part, search more.
You can easily get CPU+MOBO+RAM  ( i5- 2500, Intel mobo, DDR3 Ram 4GB ) under $180.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 minutes ago, herman mcpootis said:

Dosen't really seem like a good deal to me, do you see any other similar deals?

mostly high end or low end cpus on my trusted online marketplace, this seemed like a nice balance

 

4 minutes ago, another random person said:

thats some next gen stuff there (jk)

basically if all the parts are in good working condition they should be fine

 

2 minutes ago, xTrixieHD said:

GOTTA GET THAT P5Q DELUXE MAN, THAT'S A GOOD BOARD!

 

i know, i remember drooling over that board a few years back when i was building my first custom system

 

i can't find many comparisons, i'm quite sure that i can fit a X4 860K + good board + 8 gigs of ram within the 190 eur range (cpu is 80, 110 for the rest)

but i was wondering if that cpu had some good potential to push higher performance for the price.

 

2 minutes ago, ZetZet said:

terrible deal imo

 

PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

CPU: Intel Core i3-6100 3.7GHz Dual-Core Processor  (€119.31 @ Mindfactory) 
Motherboard: Asus H110M-A Micro ATX LGA1151 Motherboard  (€66.89 @ Amazon Deutschland) 
Memory: Crucial 8GB (1 x 8GB) DDR4-2133 Memory  (€26.63 @ Amazon Deutschland) 
Total: €212.83
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i can get the i3 for 120 eur + the board for 70 and the ram for about 38 so that's 228 or 260 USD.

i can do that, still wondering about cpu potential (i recall it was a very high end chip)

 

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2 minutes ago, Waqas409 said:

Thats a terrible deal, this should be around $140 max imo. For used part, search more.
You can easily get CPU+MOBO+RAM  ( i5- 2500, Intel mobo, DDR3 Ram 4GB ) under $180.

sorry i missed the post. point taken, thanks.

i am also still looking for different components

 

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Just now, andreajl said:

mostly high end or low end cpus on my trusted online marketplace, this seemed like a nice balance

 

 

 

i know, i remember drooling over that board a few years back when i was building my first custom system

 

i can't find many comparisons, i'm quite sure that i can fit a X4 860K + good board + 8 gigs of ram within the 190 eur range (cpu is 80, 110 for the rest)

but i was wondering if that cpu had some good potential to push higher performance for the price.

 

i can get the i3 for 120 eur + the board for 70 and the ram for about 38 so that's 228 or 260 USD.

i can do that, still wondering about cpu potential (i recall it was a very high end chip)

 

fuckin rigt cuzz u gotta git that p5q

(No not really, but the only sellers on ebay are hong kongers...)


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2 minutes ago, andreajl said:

sorry i missed the post. point taken, thanks.

i am also still looking for different components

 

6100 or i5 2400 would smash the q9650, it's high end, but it's 8 years old. 

 

http://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Core2-Quad-Q9650-vs-Intel-Core-i3-6100/m1706vs3511

 

http://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Core2-Quad-Q9650-vs-Intel-Core-i5-2400/m1706vs803


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2 minutes ago, ZetZet said:

Yea im using Q9400, its kinda old for everything atleast for me, thats why i suggested him to go with i5.  

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i can get that, well almost that the deal im looking at has only 4GB of RAM but basically that for $50 so i would say its a total crap deal


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Posted · Original PosterOP

ok, thanks everybody.

i will keep a look out for more used parts and keep posting here so, if you can spare some time, you can keep helping me out.

 

thanks!

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Posted (edited) · Original PosterOP

Hello again. I've been thinking about this and i come up with a different solution.

I was waiting for my bonus in July to assemble a new system but some work came up that requires me to have a desktop ready (i've being going with only a surface 3 base model since october, going crazy).

So my first idea was to get something togheter from used parts.

 

On second thought, i think i'll assemble a new system so that i can sell it right after i get an actual performance build in the summer.

 

I've come up with the following

BitFenix Nova  - 38 eur

Enermax Naxn 450w -43 eur

Asus H110m-k -61 eur

Pentium G4440 -65 eur

Stick of 8GB DDR4 2133 -37 eur

Sandisk Z400s 256GB -62 eur

 

I have a scythe mugen 4 pcgh heatsink and i was thinking of leaving it passive on top of the pentium and installing the 2 slipstream 120mm 800rpm fans in the front of the case... or would it be too much heat to dissipate passively?

 

So, i would appreciate your thought! Thanks :)

 

Sorry, total for the build is 306 euro (350 usd) and i still have to fit a monitor within 450 eur max (what i can spend right now).

 

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forgot build price
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