Don’t get RIPPED OFF!

21 Th09, 2020
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00:00 Intro
04:38 AMD CPUs
07:01 AMD Motherboards
12:11 Intel Motherboards & Packaging
15:53 Intel CPUs & General CPU Tips
19:20 RAM
20:47 AIOs & Air Coolers
23:17 Graphics Cards
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  • Over two months later now. I still have never had a 3080 even in my cart (forget about checkout). I have been watching closely and have two discord alert channels up pretty much at all times.

    Andrew T.Andrew T.3 ngày trước
  • I’d love to see a jays two cents used classifieds website.

    Treyler BerrettTreyler Berrett3 ngày trước
  • I was 15th in line, and microcenter had only 12. I thought for sure I was about to get one, then the guy just ran out of vouchers. Months later I still don't have one. FML

    King JamesKing James3 ngày trước
  • I save the boxes for everything I buy also, I even toss the receipt in the box before throwing them in the attic, that way I'll know where it is incase I need it for any warranty related issue.

    Timothy DillonTimothy Dillon3 ngày trước
  • Like my brother, buyer and seller of junk.

    Leslie SavageLeslie Savage4 ngày trước
  • This is why I'm always nervous to buy "sales" parts.

    Kobi AshiKobi Ashi4 ngày trước
  • got my evga gtx 780 ti sc acx from ebay private selling and gpu runs at link x8 only, till I figure out the problem is was to late to return gpu or leave a negative feedback. The lady who sold to me advised to watch your videos if I do not know how to connect gpu to my pc! so if I need gpu, psu or cpu I will go only with new parts, cos new or used parts is still very same prices, rest of the parts are not expensive and i can take on them some risk!

    SkirmaGBSkirmaGB4 ngày trước
  • I've replaced my graphics can fan, one of three, and it was easy. 970 GTX Strix.

    Lance ZimmerLance Zimmer9 ngày trước
  • tbh old stuff is made better than new ones

    Muhammad Salman UmerMuhammad Salman Umer10 ngày trước
  • I have a x570 Unify. Where can I find out the power rating of the fan headers on my board?

    Alex GriffinAlex Griffin10 ngày trước
  • Oh please, this is not realistic, sorry Jay, but I do this for a living, and Ive been doing it for longer than you have been running this channel. This is the real world. The vast majority of the deals I get require some trust... it has been a long time since I got screwed on a part. the vast majority of the best deals I get you gotta take them and run. I picked up a Ryzen 7 1700 with a GTX 1080 system for $350 meeting a guy in an underground parking lot just a couple days ago. The simple fact is that if you find a good deal, the majority of sellers are gonna go with the easiest buyer to work with.. I get people all the time who tell me that there where people in front of me, but they all wanted the seller to jump thru a ton of hoops, I just said here is my number, call me, I want your stuff.

    Dragon SystemsDragon Systems11 ngày trước
  • Crap. I came across this video because I just finished putting my Asus KO RTX 3070 into my new case. There was a paper sticker on the backplate that I peeled off due to aesthetics, it did not say anything about "do not remove" or "warranty void if removed." I realized after I peeled it that it was the serial and barcode, it also said Made in China all the way on the right. Am I screwed if my card has an issue? I can't test it yet because I'm waiting for other parts to come in.

    wo0terwo0ter11 ngày trước
  • Suggestion: Dont shoot for the BEST of the previous generation parts, aka, 1080ti for pascal, 2080ti for turing. those generally will be far more expensive than just one step down, unless you need the amount of performance offered at the top. Another sugestion: DONT buy NEW hyper -low end parts. Generally previous gen upper end parts will give you better performance and value.

    Dj McculloughDj Mccullough11 ngày trước
  • short answer. dont buy used parts!.

    H. K.H. K.12 ngày trước
  • i just dont buy used parts

    terry ruizterry ruiz12 ngày trước
  • I really love this topic! Enlighten ppl so that they get immune to scamming! I always follow the simple rule: If the deal is true, they will always go along with your conditions...

    Prawler FlowaPrawler Flowa13 ngày trước
  • we bought a Canon 7D SLR camera second-hand which worked for about a week before dying. Amazingly, the seller was willing to fully refund us. We took our money and bought a new camera and also bought an extended warranty. The warranty has since expired but the camera has worked great. Those extended warranties might be a rip off most of the time, but it saved me when I had a laptop die back in 2012. In short, I love buying second hand. But for hight cost purchases like video cards and computers? Buy new with warranty to cover premature failures.

    RussoftRussoft13 ngày trước
  • dang he called me out. 20% off of what other people sell it to move it quick.

    Travis CraftonTravis Crafton13 ngày trước
  • MORE hash browns you monster

    Hazy JHazy J13 ngày trước
  • All right, all right. I won't buy anything second-hand. All these tiiny little things that should be checked are too many for me. I'll wait a while and save some more money to buy brand-new stuff. Hopefully some of the prices have time to go a little down while I am saving.

    Someone ElseSomeone Else13 ngày trước

    Oliver LockhartOliver Lockhart13 ngày trước
  • i have one major rule, "DON'T BUY USED COMPUTER PARTS" ... "EVER"! i find the risk to high, what if i buy a used card put it in my system and that card shorts and takes down the rest of my system !! think i go berserk and kill the guy who sold me the card. so for that fear, i have the one rule. and yea i don't even buy used parts from friends.

    Nox SamusNox Samus17 ngày trước
  • I bought a used sapphire rx 580 pulse 8gb from a software developer. He used it for a hackintosh for 30-50 hours. It was never cleaned but was very clean. He seemed like a trustworthy guy and I got it for $95 after he realized how long I drove to buy it. In my experience the big thing is to ask for more pictures with proof that it is them. (There's a local guy that sells parts with pictures stolen off of eBay, I've called him out on it and he did not respond well) Also another very important question is whether the part has lived in a house that has been smoked or vaped in, that significantly affects the cooling abilities.

    Gabe The ModderGabe The Modder18 ngày trước
  • In the UK warranty void stickers are pointless and have no legal backing by a company. I had a 2017 MSI GS75 VR Stealth thing which had no end of problems, during my phone call with MSI Support they actually got me to open the Laptop and do some checking for them and cleaning before sending it off for Warranty and repair and for a Joke I was like; Huh, Warranty Void sticker here, not trying to jip me out of my warranty right?? And the guy at MSI was like, it means nothing, don't even worry about it then explained we in the UK have the right to repair, upgrade and review the internals of any component.

    Yu JayYu Jay20 ngày trước
  • "If the pre appealed paste is..." - "All of them have it" Not true good sir! I bought a fan that came with a very very tiny tube of paste I had to manually put on. Scary for my first PC too. Ah well. It worked fine... I think? It is not over heating, never pushing it past 70c so...

    Nekuia OstergodNekuia Ostergod22 ngày trước
  • Furmark and Prime95 it.

    Jan GirkeJan Girke23 ngày trước
  • Great video Jay. It's very cool to see someone actually focus on the used market, especially a larger VIworld. My tip: always look online for any common issues a certain products might present. I bought a used Surface Pro 4 that turned out to have a screen shake issue that was a known manufacturing defect that happened to some units when it launched.

    Matteo VukojaMatteo Vukoja24 ngày trước
  • Um... how do you figure that a whole system would be easy to see running? I would painstakingly scrub my system (SSDs/HDDs) clean of any files (including any OS) whatsoever. Hell, I'm so paranoid, I usually offer my old PCs WITHOUT any harddrives and either recycle the drives in my next PC or I physically destroy the drives to prevent recovery.

    AmokhunterAmokhunter24 ngày trước
  • Wish jerry wasn't such a liberal snob now.

    AncientAlien815AncientAlien81524 ngày trước
  • I bought my last three graphics cards used...the last one was a 1080ti, two and a half years ago. Works fine without any problems... I have one Question. In some of your buildinng videos you use a small accu driller. Where can I get this helpful little tool? Best regards from Germany René

    MeisterschnorrerMeisterschnorrer26 ngày trước
  • 3:04 got a great deal on a 2080ti a few weeks ago from a friend exactly in this scenario, he got his 30(whatever) and just decided to sell his 2080 so I snatched it for 600 bucks

    Pema MendezPema MendezTháng trước
  • I insist on anyone buying from me to test. Resolves any issues on their end being blamed on me if they see it working in my rig.

    Lilos Practical Voodoo Sour Jar violent shakeLilos Practical Voodoo Sour Jar violent shakeTháng trước
  • I get what you say about bent pins on the mobo, but there are times when you have no option but to bend them to get connectors on, especially at the bottom edge where your last GPU would sit. I have looked for right angle adapters high and low but they just don't exist for every type of connector. Those that would fit are a different pitch (pin thickness) leading to connectivity and stability problems. My best workaround has been single pin 10cm black male to female extension wires, chopping 1-2mm off the head where the wire goes into the plastic and then gently bending the board pins "just enough" for them to clear. It's the only way I could get USB2 and FPAUDIO plugged in on my R5E for example with a GPU in my last slot. Does it hurt the resale value of my mobo? Probably. Do I give a damn? Hell no. This is a result of an oversight by the manufacturer - I only did what I was forced to do in order to get it to work. This is why I GIVE HELL to mobo makers who are too damn lazy to think about this exact scenario. Yet the solution is stupid simple - put RIGHT ANGLED HEADERS all along the edge of the motherboard, but especially those headers sitting right next to that final PCIe slot. Had I taken it to a professional to unsolder the factory headers and resolder proper right angle ones every motherboard manufacturer would be screaming WARRANTY VOIDED at me for doing such a thing. No. This responsibility falls on the manufacturer. This might be forgivable on a cheap mobo, but certainly not on a TOP END $400+ board meant for 4-way GPU use. And every mobo maker, ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI etc... they are all guilty of this.

    Luscious3174Luscious3174Tháng trước
  • Hey Jay, can you sell me that EVGA MoBo??

    E-GuardedE-GuardedTháng trước
  • I thought about getting a 2080ti but the cheapest one could find on ebay was $800 and it looked sketchy. Most are selling for $1000 or more used.

    Not So SamuraiNot So SamuraiTháng trước
  • stop biting your nails, dude.

    Uday BaytarUday BaytarTháng trước
  • Honestly my first build is in progress of being ordered. 2070 Super went out of stock on Best Buy, so I thought I'd just get the new 3070. I was worried about the whole "out of stock 3080s and 3090s" ordeal, so when it came back in stock on Best Buy I grabbed it so fast XD 3070 apparently isn't even as good as 2080 ti unless you overclock, so in the end it just doesn't seem worth it at this time for a first build.

    Prima PaxPrima PaxTháng trước
  • I've wanted for so long to build a gaming pc. But two things stop me. The most important one being I don't understand computer components. I get so intimidated when I start hearing all the industry speak from people in the know. The second is cash flow. But even when I do have the cash I'm too scared to start buying parts. Such is the life of a newb.

    Aaron PhillipsAaron PhillipsTháng trước
  • I wish you had release this video last year. Bought my wife a second hand system for a decent price and it turned out that the GPU was a fake 1050 (didn't know they were even a thing). Luckily I had my old 1030 so we were able to fix that but I was never able to get in contact with the seller. Now I know what to look for if (and that is a BIG if) I ever buy another "used" system.

    Danik CardinalDanik CardinalTháng trước
  • Hey jay, got any affordable graphics card better then a 1050 ti that I've been using since 2016? please?

    Nate ANate ATháng trước
  • The term for AIOs is permeation :)

    Fabius Maximus CunctatorFabius Maximus CunctatorTháng trước
  • I’m an idiot. I bought a nice MSI z390 MEG ACE motherboard brand new only for Intel to change chipsets on their newest CPUs. 😭 $300 RIP.

    BlakeBlakeTháng trước
  • The EEUU used market is something else, in Argentina if you go to someone's place to buy something and you actually bring the money with you, 7 out of 10 you'll get robed

    Sergio Nicolas MoralesSergio Nicolas MoralesTháng trước
  • ebay is the best source for used parts because ebay will step in and cover you unlike other sites.

    theonlyone38theonlyone38Tháng trước
  • I got scammed on eBay selling my $1500 Alienware laptop. I sent out the laptop, didn’t receive payment, and also lost another $2000 thanks to the buyer. Nice :)

    Zach ShapiroZach ShapiroTháng trước
  • damn I remember bending back my cpu pins when I was like 11 with a credit card just sliding it through every single line in every way

    Vilius BeniušisVilius BeniušisTháng trước
  • This is why i never buy used parts. No risks involved and if something happened prior to delivery you get all your money back. Besides, people are with graphics like with in game stats. If they can get 1% extra damage output they will go through hell to get it regardless if they still need to hit enemies the same number of times.

    Jaq HassJaq HassTháng trước
  • 29:41 I was thinking about the same exact thing xD

    Tim SeidelTim SeidelTháng trước
  • When I changed the motherboard in my frankenPC, I broke off a single pin in the only USB 3.0 header. After hours of searching, I found a pinout (this was four years ago and i knew not the term for a pinout. I only knew what I wanted) and realized, it was just a ground. I still have working USB 3.0 on my case. Lucky me.

    ItBeNiroItBeNiroTháng trước
  • I didn’t get a 3080, I got a 460 😂 (Broke people can relate)

    Denis NalenDenis NalenTháng trước
  • Whenever i buy anything i always look at the 1-2* ratings to see what issue those people have had either for new parts or user reviews for used parts. Most of the time it's a missclick that was meant to be higher, something that they specifically didn't like about it, or something petty. Though sometimes the complaints are legit enough to make you question if this is worth getting over something else, tho they are sometimes drowned in a flood of 5 star reviews that all say the same thing, looking like a coverup. The fun ones is when the item has 5 star average with 36 1 star reviews out of 700, makes me go what?

    XionSteelXionSteelTháng trước
  • Funny I rarely buy used or even open box parts because I don't like to hassle with stuff that doesn't work the last being a GPU that I could smell burnt electronics as soon as I opened the package, but I do sell my old phones, CPU's, GPU's, Motherboards and what not on Ebay. I have a perfect rating over 16 years, but buyer scammers always try to wreck your ratings when you battle their scamming methods. I take pictures of Pins, board contacts, serial numbers, buyer labeled packages on the scale and I google map their addresses. You'd be surprised to find addresses with pages of scam complaints, so I cancel their orders and tell them your address has been flagged as a scam site, sorry. It cost about 10% per sale for all the fees, but if it knocks $100 off my next CPU or GPU that would otherwise collect dust it's worthwhile.

    Sigi MatteSigi MatteTháng trước
  • Amazing video! Thanks!

    Rahul SarkarRahul SarkarTháng trước
  • Unless this is Cyberpunk 2077 and you are scavenging electrical components, you are NUTS if you are trying to buy electrical/pc boards/equipment that is used. That is my own opinion, and coming from the school of hard knocks.

    Ty CobbTy CobbTháng trước
  • Would be cool if CPUs and coolers could be flattened properly by the makers

    My1My1Tháng trước
  • moral of the story is that u shouldnt buy used parts

    fnvhkbe anvwoåafnvhkbe anvwoåaTháng trước
  • I just want a 3080, goddamnit

    RikkTheGaijinRikkTheGaijinTháng trước
  • 16:34 Concave or convex.

    Teekay FourtwooneTeekay FourtwooneTháng trước
  • let me know if you selling cheap parts. I'm trying build my gf her first pc. I'm trying get into pc gaming.

    UNBX T3CHUNBX T3CHTháng trước
  • never buy used motherboard on Craigslist. buy them on eBay, because if it doesn't work, you can always return.

  • I bought a card on ebay and it didn't work. Luckily ebay refunded my money

    Josh MyersJosh MyersTháng trước
  • With how fast hardware is updated these days I think I’d just retire an older pc and just build a new one from scratch

    Mustard TigerMustard TigerTháng trước
  • The camera man laughed 19:10. It was pretty funny.

    VandiusVandiusTháng trước
  • I bought a used GTX 1080 from a private seller and we meet up at Micro Center and had the part tested. Always a good place to go.

    fredy barbafredy barbaTháng trước
  • Hey, Jay, now the cryptocurrency miners are using threadrippers to mine mostly since MONERO (XMR) mining is optimized for CPU mining, so that just means more buyers for AMD! BUT the good thing is, that means buying an entire new system, so there isn't crazy supply chain shortages. But of course, the real thing is that it's not, any mining really, stupidly insanely profitable right now and that's the real reason.

    TehObLiVioUsTehObLiVioUsTháng trước
  • USB 3.0 headers are a pain when they break, mine broke when i was cleaning my pc and i replaced the pin that was broken

    Ulti WolfoxUlti WolfoxTháng trước
  • 20:20 I had a similar experience with attempting to buy a subwoofer off of a guy on facebook, I asked if I could hook it up to my amp and he said sure, played low volume free air, the coil was burned up and raspy, he asked if my amp was up to high ( I'm guessing to point blame?), I told him the subwoofer I have is the same model he's selling and it was why I was interested in it, and have had mine for 8 years on the same amp settings, then told me he must have blown it messing around. The sub was on the marketplace for two more weeks before it disappeared. Additional: The price of the sub was to good to pass up.

    Tormented GamingTormented GamingTháng trước
  • idk if it applies since this is for parts, but i often see a lot of full pcs, that are prices really well, ask a moderately detailed/specific question, like why theyre selling said pc, if they answer directly, theres a good chance its legit, if they avoid your question completely or skirt around it, its probably stolen, in the u.s. if u buy a stolen good and ur found with it, the original owner gets the item back, and you're sol cause the theif who took your money isnt gonna ever pay you back even if you take to court etc, so beware

    ShadowX012ShadowX012Tháng trước
  • My best advice to buying used computer parts.. check with Jay first, see if he has any parts you need.. LOL

    LivelysReportLivelysReportTháng trước
  • Wow. No way. I am not inviting some stranger into my home whether I am selling or buying. You can't go into a Starbucks and set up a PC or they will kick your ass out ( I know I would). This advice is crazy. I sure wouldn't give anyone my address since they will know there is at least one high end PC here. I always meet in a coffee shop or the parking lot at a cop shop. This is why I personally don't purchase used video cards although I have sold plenty this way. On eBay with paypal is the best way to purchase used since you can get your money back. In fact I don't think I have ever bought a used video card, and I think I'll keep it that way.

    Mergatroid ManiaMergatroid ManiaTháng trước
  • PS- The issue with asking to bring your own tower and test is the Covid pandemic...a seller not wanting to meet in person isn't at all unexpected at this point. The rest of you're advice hit home though, recently was juked on a graphics card advertised as 6gb and ended up being a 2gb. Unfortunately I didn't have time to test the card in the 3 day window required by the site and I was stuck with it,...Flip side, I only paid 20$ so while not the monster deal I thought I scored, it was still a slight deal and I had a home for the card in a spare tower.

    Tomme Dugon IIITomme Dugon III2 tháng trước
  • JAY- Have you tried the mechanical pencil with no lead to bend pins back? its practically fool proof and fixes it to a point you cant even tell. Next time your two left hands drop something important give it a shot :)

    Tomme Dugon IIITomme Dugon III2 tháng trước
  • narrow ILM bracket?

    pumpkinmeerkatpumpkinmeerkat2 tháng trước
  • I have a bro. He goes "hey bro I have an [insert name here], do you want it" and then I go "sure bro, sounds reasonable" But yeah, I generally either ask my friends, or buy from them these days. Privilege of having friends who are early adopters, and knows their sh*t.

    Magnus LudvigsenMagnus Ludvigsen2 tháng trước
  • can a broken graphics card destroy the psu

    SloppyJoeJoeSloppyJoeJoe2 tháng trước
  • A little late to the party, but something that Jay didn't point out about RAM (because this happened to me). Just because RAM you buy, doesn't run at it's advertised speeds, doesn't mean the RAM is bad. Using my 7700K and my 3200MHz DDR4 RAM as the example here. I bought the RAM brand new, in a manufacturer sealed package (from amazon). Plugged it in, verified it ran at motherboard auto settings, posts, boots system, all good. So I go back in to the bios, set XMP 3200, save and restart. Doesn't post. Long story short, I spend many hours messing around with the bios to get it to work (including changing voltages and timing), and had to settle with a BCLK overclock to run it at 3000MHz. So it sort of works, but it's not as advertized, and I don't really want it running from a high BCLK, I'd rather it use the multiplier instead (reason: set up specifics). So I hit the forums, and pretty much first search result is my exact issue. Turns out, it's not the RAM at fault at all, but in fact, it's the CPU. This is because the memory controller is now on the CPU, not the motherboard. If you're unlucky like me, you lost the silicon lottery, and your chip can't handle 3200Mhz on the multiplier. So if you're going to use the whole "take my own test bench" method, make sure your CPU's memory controller can handle the advertised speeds as it is. Otherwise you'll be calling someone out, when it's your system that's the problem, not the RAM they're selling. Then again (though I can't speak for the US market), RAM is pretty damn cheap to buy brand new right now. So I wouldn't recommend you buy used RAM to begin with. Also also! Something else I learned, that I didn't know before. Is that running 2x DIMM's is easier for the memory controller, than running 4x DIMM's. So your memory controller might well be able to run 2x DIMM's at advertised speeds, but with 4x DIMM's, the system won't post. Again, not necissarily bad RAM, but a less capable memory controller. I don't know about you, but I don't tend to have an over abundance of disgarded DDR4 laying around, that I can fully test my memory controller each time I want to buy an upgrade. Because if I did, I wouldn't need to buy the RAM to begin with. Blame CPU manufacturers for that little dilema. Hope this info is useful to someone.

    Karen RhodesKaren Rhodes2 tháng trước
  • How do you fix the other fan? I have that problem. Plz help me

    How About?How About?2 tháng trước
  • Bottom line: don’t buy used sensitive pc internals, lmao 😂

    NitefantumNitefantum2 tháng trước
  • just don't buy second hand shit. its NEVER worth it. regardless of all Jays advise , you have NO WAY to tell whats been overclocked, over heated, beat up

    John ShiellsJohn Shiells2 tháng trước
  • Imagine what it feels like to be one of those people who wouldr rip others off and watch this video.

    KatNotDinnerKatNotDinner2 tháng trước
  • How can I know what used one year old gaming pc is good...there’s so much involved, compatibility, broken stuff, etc, etc🤷🏻‍♂️🔥🤷🏻‍♂️

    Steve JonesSteve Jones2 tháng trước
  • I can see the resemblance between Computers components and politicians.

    casanova419casanova4192 tháng trước
  • cats always lands face down.

    korre45korre452 tháng trước
  • Jay: [...] pre-applied paste that ALL AiO have [...] Me, who just got done installing an AiO that had a plain copper block (and a tiny bit of thermal compound in a plastic bag): Bwuh?

    Pyrrha NikosPyrrha Nikos2 tháng trước
  • rip the 2080ti's prices have skyrocketed back up since the shortage of 3080s. im probably waiting another gen to upgrade my cpu im def holding up out upgrading till ddr5 comes out since its not far off at this point

    DamienDamien2 tháng trước
  • How can I purchase used components from JayzTwoCents?

    J.SeKour CageJ.SeKour Cage2 tháng trước
  • Got any i7 3770 cpus for cheap 😆

    MoonLitCreeperMoonLitCreeper2 tháng trước
  • I just bought a msi gtx 780 twin frozr for 50 bucks, I was going to test it but didnt have the dual 8 pins. So I clipped apart a 24 pin connector and made my own for testing. Gladly it works and it sounds dumb but it is soo big compared to my old gpu, r7 250.

    Jody AlbergerJody Alberger2 tháng trước
  • A Seller Refurbished offer on a 3900x has ONE pin missing and yet the CPU is working in his system - his sales patter is genuine and he says that its not guaranteed to work on another system, so make an offer accordingly (with no returns) >> what do you guys think? Worth a punt at £150? 🤔👍💯👀⏳

    Ben DynamicsBen Dynamics2 tháng trước
  • I would never ever sell or buy used pc parts from anyone who isn’t a friend or family member. I have completely just lost trust in strangers. Not from buying used parts but from more than enough people trying to scam me on eBay when I sell something/anything! They try to report it lost and I have the shipping receipt and I win. One time I didn’t win and pretty much had an old surface tablet stolen from me via an eBay scam.

    Nathan Miller VideoNathan Miller Video2 tháng trước
  • Speaking as someone who use to be a Returns Manager for a ex-well known UK store we had to looks out for (and not limited to) Burnt traces - have they put the memory in the wrong way, installed the card while the PC was on etc etc Snapped port walls. So in the old days IDE, now SATA and as Jay says - the Usb 3 header, people rip them as an angle and it snaps the wall instant warrenty void thermal paste in the socket - trust me that was a common issue. When Intel went to LGA soo many people would damage those pins becuase they are super delicate. Warrenty Void stickers, have they ran a custom cooler? chances are a label is missing - not always and it should affect the sale or return depending on the law in your country but it shows they may have OC'd it with a water block etc etc

    WilsonianWilsonian2 tháng trước

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  • can;t fix stupid....its why those people should not even thinking about making computers at all..its why HP and DELL are there for consumers...

    IVAN NEGAIVAN NEGA2 tháng trước
  • So when is the garage sale? LOL This is super helpful as I might be selling a couple of things in the future

    Paolo MendozaPaolo Mendoza2 tháng trước
  • There's a pc parts store on ebay called bitpro and they say they clean, test, and wipe all of their hardware before selling. Prices seemed ok depending on what you are looking for if they are inspected well. Free 30 day returns too so I'll find out when my 1080 comes... :P

    Turbo WestTurbo West2 tháng trước
  • amazon link broken

    dr809401dr8094012 tháng trước
  • BTW very important for CPUs in general you wanna look at the green substrate part, if that has cracks. anything in the corners. that could be a dead CPU. im speaking from experience of my 3950X, no pins bent. but the substrate is slightly damaged and it wont boot with the RAM slots B populated. this isnt included in the video and i hope you get attention to this jay.

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  • My question is more about how to take care of a desktop that lives in a very humid place. I ask because I’ve los so many systems do to corrosion on pins, even on hard disk covers and how to take care of a laptop that goes in and out of air conditioning and gets wet because of condensation.

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