FS: Sager Clevo P870DM2_DM3

Discussion in 'Notebooks and Desktops for Sale' started by ChrisToePha, May 18, 2020.

  1. ChrisToePha

    ChrisToePha Notebook Consultant

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    Sager Clevo P870DM2_DM3
    Price:
    $1300 USD shipped
    Condition: Used
    Warranty: None
    Payment: PayPal, Cash (in person)
    Item location: West Hartford, CT, USA
    Shipping: Local pickup, Postal service
    International shipping: No
    Handling time: Ships within 2 business days of receiving cleared payment
    Feedback: eBay Feedback Profile

    Specifications:
    CPU: i7-6700K @ 4 GHz (8 CPUs)
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 (G-Sync compatible)
    RAM: 32 GB
    Storage: 2 x 500 GB SSDs and 2 TB HDD
    Screen: 120 Hz refresh rate, 2560x1440, 17.3 inch
    Sounder Blaster X-Fi5
    Windows 10

    I am looking to sell it to build a desktop to do more video editing and gaming on a bigger screen. This laptop is very big and bulky but can run anything, it is pretty much a portable desktop. Laptop has been very well taken care of and has no issues! It is a fully functional laptop. I dusted it monthly and cooling system is excellent.
    I am looking to sell this locally first and would prefer that. So I thought I was try posting here and see what feedback and responses I may get. I am willing to ship within the US only if I cannot find anyone local. I prefer to do local meet up because I feel like shipping this laptop isn't the best thing to ship. Seeing what interests I'll get on this forum!
    Any questions please shoot me a DM.


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  2. Sasumquatch

    Sasumquatch Newbie

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    Might be interested if nothing local turns up for you. I used to use a P370EM and it was perfect for my use case until the GPUs died, which is basically three generations back from yours.
     
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