Solved How much is this worth? Help help(:

August 25, 2018 at 09:45:13
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I'm looking to buy a pc. Can someone tell me what this is worth?

i7-5930k overclocked to 4.4GHz
32gb ddr-4 g.skill Trident z memory(2x16gb sticks)
MSI Gaming 9 ack gaming motherboard
MSI 1080 ti Seahawk EK gpu
Samsung 512GB 950 Pro m.2 ssd
Samsung 250GB Evo sata ssd
Seagate 2TB hybrid drive
EVGA 1300w G2 psu
Phanteks Enthoo Primo Full tower PC case
Alphacool Monstaa 360mm watercooling radiator w/ 6 Corsair Magnetic Levitation red led fans
Phobya 12v watercooling pump
Alphacool reservoir
EK CPU waterblock
Red Primochill tubing
Red EK watercooling fluid
4 Phanteks case fans

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August 25, 2018 at 10:26:43
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It's not our job to look up prices for you. But everything you've listed below the 2TB hybrid drive is a waste of money. Also, do you realize the Core i7 is now in generation 8? The gen 5 (Haswell) i7-5930k is from 2014.

To expand a little on my comments:
- there's no way you need a 1300W PSU. A 650W will suffice & will save you about $100.
- the tower case is ridiculously overpriced. A "normal" case would cost almost $200 less.
- all the pretty fans & watercooling are, once again, a waste of money. A decent aftermarket heatsink/fan & a couple of 120mm or 140mm exhaust fans in the case are all that's needed. Intake fans are unnecessary. Remember, all you're doing is venting a box that's less than 2.0 cubic feet in size. A single Phanteks 140mm fan is rated at about 80CFM, which means the entire case is completely vented out & refreshed 40 times per minute, or every 1.5 seconds.

If you tally up all those savings & buy wisely, you should easily be able to afford a modern CPU & motherboard instead of getting ones that are almost 5 years old.

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August 25, 2018 at 21:25:17
You are either trying to get a value on a machine you already have or trying to see if the price quoted to you for purchasing a used machine is worth it.
It would be better to ask the honest question straight forward.

If you are planning on building a machine, there are better options. Like why 2 SSD drives and then a hybrid drive? One faster PCIe SSD drive and one fast conventional drive would be better.
A new 8th Gen K-series i7 OC to 5.0GHz would run on a very good air cooled heat sink for a lot less complexity than water cooled and give you better performance.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.

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