P870DM-G 980 desktop

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  1. soulvengeance

    soulvengeance Notebook Consultant

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    Looking to sell my well cared for P870DM-G that I bought from Avadirect. It has the 980 desktop gpu, and a 6700k processor. Screen is 1920x1080 gsync. I'll be keeping the drives and memory unless someone needs it.
     
  2. Dr. AMK

    Dr. AMK Living with Hope

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    I'm interested, let me know the price when you have it, I can take it as is or as a barebone without CPU/GPU/RAM/SSD/HDD.
    Regards,
     
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  3. soulvengeance

    soulvengeance Notebook Consultant

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    So, anyone?
     
  4. electrosoft

    electrosoft Tick Tock Clarice....

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    I sold my barebones for $450 a few days ago but that was with a 4k display and I was recouping the costs of upgrading. Toss in 300-600 for the 980 but that requires a current P870DM owner who wants to upgrade as it only works with the P870DM, 200-225 for the 6700k.

    You could throw in the CPU, GPU, 16GB and a basic SSD and price it at $1k, but you might do better to part it out. Parting it out, the hardest part to move will be the 980.

    If it were me, I'd sell it as a barebones w/ GPU only for ~700-800 for a quicker sale then sell the memory, storage and CPU individually. I would also entertain individual offers on the 980 as the barebones will
    move quicker if it goes that route.

    Good luck!
     
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    soulvengeance Notebook Consultant

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    Thanks! There's been some interest for the barebones and GPU, so I'll probably entertain that option along with the full system.
     
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