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Selling some Motherboards  might keep one not sure which one yet. 

 

MSI Z87-G43 $70 plus shipping

MSI Z97M-G43 $old

MSI Z270 Gaming Pro Carbon $140 plus shipping

MSI Z87-GD65 Gaming $old 

EVGA P55 Classified 200 $150 plus shipping

Motherboard were working at time pulled out of systems for up grades
sold as is

Cpu's not included.. 

CPU for sale i5 7400   Price is $150 plus shipping. 

 

Sapphire nitro radeon r9 fury $old

Samsung MZ-JPU256T/0A6 256GB for Macbook Pro  $old

 

 

 

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On 12/14/2019 at 8:29 PM, yzfraven said:

Selling some hardware.

Ryzen 1700X  $190 plus shipping,

CPU is  in my system 

https://hwbot.org/submission/3494257_

Sapphire nitro radeon r9 fury $190 Shipped have org box ,

card is in my system 

Samsung MZ-JPU256T/0A6 256GB for Macbook Pro  $100 plus shipping

Asus 970 PRO Gaming motherboard and FX6300 , $150 plus shipping  Pictures coming 

 

 

 

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