FS: X58 Asus P6T Deluxe V1, i7 920, DDR3 RAM, X-Fi Sound Card

T4rd

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Finally upgrading my ol' X58 rig before I move to Europe where everything is expensive as balls, so here's what I got.

Asus P6T Deluxe V1 (has an extra SATA controller and ports over V2 from what I remember) with an i7 920 D0 stepping in it and 18GBs of RAM. The RAM is mismatched Corsair XM3 (6GB kit with 3 sticks) and G-Skill (12GB kit with 3 sticks) filling all 6 slots. This combo has been OC'd at 3.9 GHz since I got it 9 years ago and it has had zero issues. Comes with its original box and most (if not all) accessories - $160 shipped OBO

Xeon L5639 - I'm going to throw this in with the Mobo and i7 combo above because looking on eBay it looks basically worthless and less than it would be to ship. I got this years ago super cheap on eBay too as a cheap "upgrade" to my 920, but never cared to put it in. If someone wants to pay shipping for it separately, that's cool too.

Alienware M11x R2 - It's an old laptop from 2011, but still runs decently enough with an i5 (dual core with HT) and 8GBs of (upgradable) RAM. I've replaced the battery in it once, but the current battery is still worn down to 70% or so last I checked and it will only last for 2-3 hours I think. I have a 120GB Sandisk SSD in it at the moment, but can swap back in the original 320GB HDD if you want that instead. Ships with its original box and accessories. $110 shipped OBO - SOLD

PCI (not PCI-E) Soundblaster X-Fi sound card with front I/O panel and remote - Works fine still with the above mobo and hardware. I originally had the Platinum, but it died and I got this almost exactly looking card from another dead PC, so not sure of the exact model, but it had the same front I/O pins for the front pane, which the lower end ones didn't have if I remember right. $25 shipped OBO.

Link to photos. Of course the pics make the laptop look a bit worse than it looks in person, but it has a plastic screen protector on it too that is somewhat marked up from the keyboard, but it's not too distracting while turned on and you can remove the screen protector if you want.

I will accept Paypal and Google Pay (never used it, but looks easy).

My Heatware. (30-0-0).
 
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Is it an L5630 or L5639?

Ahh, upon closer inspection, it is actually a L5639, which oddly enough I cannot find it on Intel's site to see the specs. But I knew it was a 6/12 core/thread CPU, which I should have caught by looking at that Intel page showing the L5630 as a 4/8 core/thread CPU.
 

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Bump. Need this stuff gone before I move, so don't be afraid to make an offer.
 

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Bump! Amazing seller. Item was packaged 10/10 job. No damage at all. Came fast and worked right!
 
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Added the sound card I forgot that I can't reuse in my new build. Bump.
 
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