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Complete Core 2 Duo rig with SSD - $450

Built this rig a few months ago for Diablo 3. Very happy with it but found out Diablo 3 runs fine on my old computer, so thinking if I could recoup some costs for it. I am fine with keeping this as well so not desperate to sell. This thing runs Diablo 3 maxed out 1080P without problems, and SSD makes everything super-fast.

Parts list:

CPU: Core 2 Duo E6750
Cooler: Cooler Master 212
Motherboard: ASUS P5KC
RAM: OCZ DDR-3 4GB (2X2GB)
Graphics Card: Radeon HD 4890
SSD: OCZ Vertex 3 120GB
Hard-drive: WD 80GB
DVD: ASUS DVD-Burner
Case: Zalman Z9-Plus
PSU: Antec Neo Eco 450C

Bought SSD, DVD, case, and PSU new a few months ago. The rest second hand from RFD. Asking for $450. Not planning to part out unless you give me a ridiculously good offer on a component.

Full disclosure: Temp sensor on the case doesn't light up now for some reason. It used to until I installed some items so I am pretty sure its just something I did not plug in, but just FYI.
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motherboard only supports sata 3 gps - how did that work with your ssd ? cheers
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Thanks for the question, and I am sure you know more about this than me since I just started building desktops a few months ago, but I think the SSD is being bottlenecked by the motherboard. Neverthless, the load times feels much faster than when I had a mechanical drive, so I am not really complaining :P
Lowryeder wrote: motherboard only supports sata 3 gps - how did that work with your ssd ? cheers

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