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    Better than scrap for newer motherboards.

    It seems like I remember a buyer here saying that they bought newer motherboards for better than scrap value. Boards with i5's and i7's.

    This was last year sometime. Not sure exactly when or who.

    Matador maybe?


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    Matador and armygreywolf have both advertised for them! I believe for some AMD and Xeon boards as well

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    If you send me model# and condition I can give you quote mikeinrecovery32@yahoo.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimicrk View Post
    It seems like I remember a buyer here saying that they bought newer motherboards for better than scrap value. Boards with i5's and i7's.

    This was last year sometime. Not sure exactly when or who.

    Matador maybe?
    Armygreywolf has some motherboards listed that he buys as better than scrap value. Matador buys i series laptops. Army had also listed i series motherboards as a scrap catagory. Think he was a little higher than his P4 price. FYI - i had a subscrption service until recently. There were some buyers of i series motherboards in the $3.30 to $5.00 per pound range. This was for large truckload quantity.

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    Thanks for the responses. The site has been down for me for several days and I was just now able to get back on. I picked up 32 PC's the other day and just haven't had the time to really look at them. I know the memory and hard drives have been removed but that's it. Hopefully this weekend I'll know more.

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