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Starting to amass a large collection of stuff I will never use or get around to using.  I hate throwing it in the trash, but the time and hassle of selling it isn't worth it.  The local charities aren't interested in computer parts, just complete systems with a licensed OS.

 

For example:

 

i7-920, Asus P6T Deluxe, Cooler Master 212 Evo (12GB adn 24GB), PSU

i7-3770k, Asus Hero VI MB, 32GB DDR3, Corsair H110,  PSU

Gigabyte GA-H110-D3A, Celeron G3930, 8GB DDR4

Ryzen 2700x, Asus Crosshair VII, 32GB DDR4, Corsair H150i, Evga PSU

Handful of each 3.5" HDD,  2.5" HDD and SSDs

2x XBox360, Wii U, Vita, PS3

3x 1080p monitors

Misc: fans, coolers, cables, etc

 

 

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There isn't a whole lot of hassle to sell stuff on ebay or something like that, and you could get a lot of money out of the 2700x, mobo, ram and cooler, maybe the monitors and probably out of the 3770k, mobo, ram and cooler too. EDIT: The rest can be taken to a nearby computer recycling facility, just google something like computer recycling near me

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Just sell it as a single lot, buyer collects, so you don't even have to ship it. You wont get the full value if you spend the extra time selling each part separately, but you'll get something back.

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8 minutes ago, Xplo1t said:

Starting to amass a large collection of stuff I will never use or get around to using.  I hate throwing it in the trash, but the time and hassle of selling it isn't worth it.

 

8 minutes ago, Xplo1t said:

i7-920, Asus P6T Deluxe, Cooler Master 212 Evo (12GB adn 24GB), PSU

i7-3770k, Asus Hero VI MB, 32GB DDR3, Corsair H110,  PSU

Ryzen 2700x, Asus Crosshair VII, 32GB DDR4, Corsair H150i, Evga PSU

Handful of each 3.5" HDD,  2.5" HDD and SSDs

2x XBox360, Wii U, Vita, PS3

3x 1080p monitors

Misc: fans, coolers, cables, etc

 

There are not very old components and there are many people which are still in the market for them, so I would highly recommend to consider in trying to get them sold before making an attempt to get rid of them by methods of responsible electronics recycling. In my general area at least, there are organization which are looking to take/collect hardware for PCs and accessories or you could drop them off at a recycling center or maybe some thrift shops which would accept it. Some places like certain shops will pay for your old electronics if you bring it into one of their locations. Unless the hard-drives contain any important data at all in any way then I would secure delete it or send it to somewhere like Drive-Savers where they would be able to securely destroy the data, note that if the drive has to be broken then it can't be re purposed or donated and has to be thrown away or recycled.

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What condition is the Wii U in? 

What model # for the monitors?

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Yeah, those parts are worth quite a bit actually, even the I7 3770K goes for ~$180 on ebay.

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if you just want to get rid of it and the money you get for it is not important to you, just sell it for a really good price. you'll make someone on a budget very happy, and you'll get some money for the parts. 

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26 minutes ago, Xplo1t said:

Starting to amass a large collection of stuff I will never use or get around to using.  I hate throwing it in the trash, but the time and hassle of selling it isn't worth it.  The local charities aren't interested in computer parts, just complete systems with a licensed OS.

 

For example:

 

i7-920, Asus P6T Deluxe, Cooler Master 212 Evo (12GB adn 24GB), PSU

i7-3770k, Asus Hero VI MB, 32GB DDR3, Corsair H110,  PSU

Gigabyte GA-H110-D3A, Celeron G3930, 8GB DDR4

Ryzen 2700x, Asus Crosshair VII, 32GB DDR4, Corsair H150i, Evga PSU

Handful of each 3.5" HDD,  2.5" HDD and SSDs

2x XBox360, Wii U, Vita, PS3

3x 1080p monitors

Misc: fans, coolers, cables, etc

 

 

I mean if you don't want to throw it away I'll gladly help you out and pay for shipping for all of it :D

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36 minutes ago, Xplo1t said:

Ryzen 2700x, Asus Crosshair VII, 32GB DDR4, Corsair H150i, Evga PSU

This has to be a joke. Unless you dumb 1 year old parts worth hundreds of dollar.

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I mean if you just want to get rid of them ill take some of it for the price of shipping :) 

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1 hour ago, hconverse02 said:

There isn't a whole lot of hassle to sell stuff on ebay or something like that, and you could get a lot of money out of the 2700x, mobo, ram and cooler, maybe the monitors and probably out of the 3770k, mobo, ram and cooler too. EDIT: The rest can be taken to a nearby computer recycling facility, just google something like computer recycling near me

Back in August, I spent six weeks trying to unload 7 1080 Ti's on eBay.  It was the biggest pain dealing with buyers that never paid, won and cancelled, tried to deal after the fact and so on. One of the cards was listed 4 times, each with multiple bidders, and the buyers would always come up with a reason to cancel the sale.  My hassle/worth it level for eBay has to be very low and individual components is not something I want to deal with.

57 minutes ago, porina said:

Just sell it as a single lot, buyer collects, so you don't even have to ship it. You wont get the full value if you spend the extra time selling each part separately, but you'll get something back.

Will have to look into a lot sale. 

54 minutes ago, Boomwebsearch said:

 

There are not very old components and there are many people which are still in the market for them, so I would highly recommend to consider in trying to get them sold before making an attempt to get rid of them by methods of responsible electronics recycling. In my general area at least, there are organization which are looking to take/collect hardware for PCs and accessories or you could drop them off at a recycling center or maybe some thrift shops which would accept it. Some places like certain shops will pay for your old electronics if you bring it into one of their locations. Unless the hard-drives contain any important data at all in any way then I would secure delete it or send it to somewhere like Drive-Savers where they would be able to securely destroy the data, note that if the drive has to be broken then it can't be re purposed or donated and has to be thrown away or recycled.

I haven't found any shops or groups within the area that want the parts.  The closest recycling center is a 2-hour round trip in traffic.  

53 minutes ago, ARikozuM said:

What condition is the Wii U in? 

What model # for the monitors?

The Wii U was purchased used mainly for Zelda: BotW and is in near new condition.  Came with a bunch of games and some are still in the shrink wrap.  I ended up lending out BotW to a friend and picked up a Switch instead.  I just couldn't get past the frame rate issues which wasn't as prevalent on the Switch.

 

The monitors are 2x Asus VH226H and a Samsung 23" 1080p of that same time period.  They have been in the basement and not powered on in awhile.

42 minutes ago, imreloadin said:

I mean if you don't want to throw it away I'll gladly help you out and pay for shipping for all of it :D

What part of Florida? May be in the area for work/sun :D 

31 minutes ago, James Evens said:

This has to be a joke. Unless you dumb 1 year old parts worth hundreds of dollar.

All of those parts were worth something at one point, even the i7-920 and 3770k systems.  The money isn't a big deal, it's the desire to do something with it before it spends 10 years sitting in the closest collecting dust.  It used to be easy gifting desktop computers, but now all my acquaintances and family use laptops.

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i mean, if you do not want them i will take them off your hands 

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Just now, iLostMyXbox21 said:

i mean, if you do not want them i will take them off your hands 

Same, please

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Just now, hconverse02 said:

Same, please

50/50 split ?

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5 minutes ago, iLostMyXbox21 said:

50/50 split ?

 

Just now, kelvinhall05 said:

Donate it to me.

 

1 hour ago, imreloadin said:

I mean if you don't want to throw it away I'll gladly help you out and pay for shipping for all of it :D

1/4 each

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Just now, kelvinhall05 said:

Donate it to me.

no me ? you have a pc fite me lol

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Just now, iLostMyXbox21 said:

no me ? you have a pc fite me lol

You can have the xbox

I might not know what I'm talking about but I'm gonna say it anyways

 

Try using the PSU Tier List! 

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My current rig: Gigabyte Aero 15W v8-BK4 15"

CPU: Intel i7 8750-H 6-core

Ram: 1x16gb DDR4 2666 mHz

Storage: 512 m.2 nvme ssd

GPU: GTX 1060 6gb

Monitor: 23.8" Dell S2417DG 144hz g-sync 1440p + 27" Acer S271HL 60 Hz 1080p

Keyboard: Corsair Strafe RGB Cherry Mx Silent

Mouse: Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum RGB, Steelseries Rival 600 

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Dac/Amp: Monoprice liquid spark (amp) + topping d10 (dac)

 

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1 hour ago, Xplo1t said:

Starting to amass a large collection of stuff I will never use or get around to using.  I hate throwing it in the trash, but the time and hassle of selling it isn't worth it.  The local charities aren't interested in computer parts, just complete systems with a licensed OS.

 

For example:

 

i7-920, Asus P6T Deluxe, Cooler Master 212 Evo (12GB adn 24GB), PSU

i7-3770k, Asus Hero VI MB, 32GB DDR3, Corsair H110,  PSU

Gigabyte GA-H110-D3A, Celeron G3930, 8GB DDR4

Ryzen 2700x, Asus Crosshair VII, 32GB DDR4, Corsair H150i, Evga PSU

Handful of each 3.5" HDD,  2.5" HDD and SSDs

2x XBox360, Wii U, Vita, PS3

3x 1080p monitors

Misc: fans, coolers, cables, etc

 

 

The 3770K could be an upgrade for my 3570K LOL. I mean shit you got a fucking 2700x system your trying to get rid of.... FUCK ME..... 

 

OH and HDD and SSD should be kept your destroyed. Its been proven that even being formatted multiple times, very skilled people can still read old data. I would never let one of my storage drives be sold, If I absolutely didnt need them Id take them out to my dads garage and run the drill press thru them or use the bench grinder on them to make them unreadable. 

 

The Ryzen system could actually be worth some money. Even the Ivy Bridge system might be some money as well, not alot but enough that I would feel it would be worth selling. The 1080p Monitors could easily be sold for the right price unless they are shit monitors.  The game systems maybe worth something, but dont expect alot. 

I just want to sit back and watch the world burn. 

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Sell them on ebay or sell them locally on craigslist/kijiji.
Especially that Ryzen system, that's basically less than a year old, so it's worth quite a bit still.

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3 minutes ago, hconverse02 said:

 

 

1/4 each

yeah id pay for shipping.. lol i like how we are discussing this and OP is probably offline rn.. not aware we are auctioning the parts for free 

 

i get the 2700x system lel

 

2 minutes ago, hconverse02 said:

You can have the xbox

eew no i have two

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1 hour ago, Xplo1t said:

My hassle/worth it level for eBay has to be very low and individual components is not something I want to deal with.

Yup I agree with you there.

 

Just sell it in the local online classifieds and meet in a Starbucks, you dont want grimey strangers eyeballing your cushy digs.

 

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1 hour ago, Xplo1t said:

Back in August, I spent six weeks trying to unload 7 1080 Ti's on eBay.  It was the biggest pain dealing with buyers that never paid, won and cancelled, tried to deal after the fact and so on.

This is why i sell high priced items only on craigslist: if it is on my route i delivery it otherwise in a public place where i would be anyway so no hassle if it is they won't turn up.

 

1 hour ago, Xplo1t said:

All of those parts were worth something at one point, even the i7-920 and 3770k systems. 

First gen i7 is not much worth at all. the i7 3770k good budget gaming cpu but again not much worth. The ryzen 7 2700x on the other side is $200-300. The ram also $100-200 and mobo can be again $100. So i would call this a substantial value. Getting rid of the ryzen system should not be a problem. List the other systems for free or low priced. They will be gone within hours.

Might be also worth a try asking your local hacker space if they take it. They have a shelf where members can put such things. If nobody takes it they will dispose it after a few weeks.

For the hard drives dispose them at a recycling facility or better destroy them at home before handing them out to a recycling facility.

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