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Old 08-26-2013, 11:00 AM   #1
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Default Mid-End Windows 7 Desktop Computer with flat screen

Moving into a laptop for moving into an apartment, so I no longer have a need for my Desktop... I have a Media Server in my Entertainment Center, so any need for me to keep this tower is moot.

I've had it just under 3 years now, and its a very stout rig that has been mildy upgraded.

I'll update this post with Pictures and exact model info.

Its a Gateway DX4300 Family tower with:
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Upgraded 750Watt ThermalTake PU
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Comes with:
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I paid $650 for the tower alone when I purchased it brand new,

I'd like $400 for everything (So Screen, Upgraded PU and Videocard), but will not turn down a reasonable offer.
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Old 08-27-2013, 12:14 AM   #2
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Why on earth does it have a 800 watt psu?? With a 8600gts Go find a scrap PSU throw it in there and sell that corsair for a mint. Id bet that you could run a 350 watt no problem in that system.
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The original power supply didn't have any provision for the plug on the card,

The 800 corsair was a rebate deal from tiger at the time, so its just kinda how things panned out.
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Small correction, its a ThermalTake 750 watt PU, and the card is actually an 8600GTS SC (super clocked).
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If I'm way off-base on the price, I'm not opposed to offers. I plan/hope to pull everything important off this thing in the next day or two onto the server.
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Bump for price drop
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