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    CPU value

    Which type of CPU(intel or AMD) have more value for e-scrap?

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    They all have diferent values.

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    Look in the Buyers and Sellers section, Some escrap buyers have their pricesheets available. About all of them listed here have good recommendations from some of the members of the forum. Here is my buyers prices, just so you have an idea.
    386/486 $126.00 per pound
    Double Side Gold Chips $98.00 per pound
    Motorola/Foreign Gold Cap Chips $93.00 per pound
    Pentium Pro Gold Cap Chips $88.00 per pound
    Cyrix/IBM/VIA Gold Cap Chips $55.00 per pound
    Pentium/Mac Ceramic Chips $40.00 per pound
    AMD Ceramic Chips $32.00 per pound
    AMD Aluminum Top K6 $30.00 per pound
    Black Fiber Chips $39.00 per pound
    Green/Brown Fiber No Metal $21.00 per pound
    P4/Mac/Green Fiber Metal Top $8.00 per pound
    No Pin Processors $6.50 per pound
    P & M Recycling - Specializing in E-Waste Recycling.
    If it plugs in or runs on battery, we recycle it.
    See our ad in the Buyer & Seller Section

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    Does anybody have an idea of what they are worth each?
    I don't get many & wonder what the amount of gold in each is, I can't sell them, so once I have enough I'll recover the gold.

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    I don't get many & wonder what the amount of gold in each is, I can't sell them, so once I have enough I'll recover the gold.
    You might have to ask this on the gold refining forum, just a thought.

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    current prices
    186 pinless - 370/lb
    486 - 150/lb
    386 - 155/lb
    i960 - 135/lb
    motorola gold cap - 135/lb
    amd no aluminum - 45/lb
    amd k6 - 35/lb
    p1 ceramic - 52.50/lb
    black fiber - 43.50/lb
    green fiber with and without heatsink - 15.25/lb
    ibm/cyrix gold cap - 4.75 ea
    amd k5 double gold - 8.00 ea
    nec/toshiba pinless - 8.50 ea
    pentium double gold large - 11.50 ea
    pentium double gold small - 10.50 ea
    medium gold leg ic's - 135 /lb
    small gold leg ic's - 150 / lb
    co processors - 145/lb

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    Quote Originally Posted by eesakiwi View Post
    Does anybody have an idea of what they are worth each?
    I don't get many & wonder what the amount of gold in each is, I can't sell them, so once I have enough I'll recover the gold.
    It will obviously be different for each one, but I went and weighed one of each of the types I get on a regular basis (AMD ceramic chips, Pentium 3s, Black Fiber chips, etc) and found they were worth $.50-$2.00 each on average depending on the brand. Some like the Pentium Pro chips which I see much less frequently were worth as much as $18 each or so, and pentium 4s were worth less. I don't have the list with me right now, but when I'm calculating a rough value I estimate about $1-$1.25 each unless you start getting lots of the old ceramic 386s or pentium pros. Hope that helps.

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    Does anyone know where this type of chip would fall on the above price list? It's an AMD opteron chip. I have several hundred of them I need to scrap (they are working but doesn't seem like ebay would be worth the time for the minimal value each)? Thanks!


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    green fiber with heatsink. 10-15 dollars a pound

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    green fiber metal top some people call them.

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    I weighed one, gold pins one side, big flat gold panel the other, 40grams.

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    I scratched the top of the exact chip posted above and mine appeared to be copper. Is that common? E-waste is a new ballgame for me.

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    Thanks for info

    Thanks everyone for your help.
    I am still new at this forum and need to poke around more often
    for more info

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    Quote Originally Posted by eesakiwi View Post
    I weighed one, gold pins one side, big flat gold panel the other, 40grams.

    how much in grams is pins of green fiber intel pentium 4 like in this photo???
    it has 480 pins

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    Quote Originally Posted by MBMetals View Post
    I scratched the top of the exact chip posted above and mine appeared to be copper. Is that common? E-waste is a new ballgame for me.
    Some will be copper and others aluminum.
    I won't be wronged. I won't be insulted. I won't be laid a-hand on. I don't do these things to other people, and I require the same from them. John Wayne-- The Shootist

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    These are our prices in NZ, NZ$$ too. Our $ is worth US$0.81cents at the moment. & they only pay NZ$30 Kg (US$24.00) for CPU chips & NZ$7.60 Kg for RAM.

    Chargeable Materials and Items Price $NZ/each
    CRT Monitors 4.50
    Flatscreen Television / Monitors 4.50
    Televisions 10.00
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    Computer Scrap Price $NZ/Kg
    Apple Computers (Mac) 0.00
    CD-Rom and Floppy Drivers 0.16
    CPU Cards 19.00
    CPU Processors 29.45
    Fans 0.36
    Hard Drives 0.88
    IC Chips 19.00
    IT Equipment Plastic 0.08
    Keyboards / Mouse 0.00
    Laptops 0.88
    Low Grade Circuit Boards 0.11
    Medium Grade Circuit Boards 0.67
    Memory Sticks 7.60
    Mixed Computer Scrap 0.00
    PC Mothers Boards 2.93
    PC Server Complete 0.38
    PC Server Incomplete 0.28
    Slave Cable 0.19
    Telecom Boards 3.03
    Power Supply Scrap Price $NZ/Kg
    AC Adapters and Charges 0.48
    Lithium Batteries 0.52
    NiCd Batteries 0.12
    NiMH Batteries 0.21
    PC Power Supply 0.42
    Telecommunications Scrap Price $NZ/Kg
    Cellphones 2.00
    Modems 0.14
    Telephones / Printers / Faxes 0.00
    Telephone Switches 0.28
    Miscellaneous Items Price $NZ/Kg
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    Quote Originally Posted by directrecycle View Post
    green fiber with heatsink. 10-15 dollars a pound
    Where are you getting $10-$15 for fiber with heatsink? the best price i can find is $8

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    Quote Originally Posted by jghilino View Post
    where are you getting $10-$15 for fiber with heatsink? The best price i can find is $8
    ebay

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    Quote Originally Posted by eesakiwi View Post
    Does anybody have an idea of what they are worth each?
    I don't get many & wonder what the amount of gold in each is, I can't sell them, so once I have enough I'll recover the gold.
    There is a thread that has the price per processor. Use the search function.


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