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    Buying functional RAM, CPUs, Graphics Cards, Laptops, and Desktops www.ibuy.parts

    The pricing on the site is accurate as of July 19, 2021. Feel free to private message me here or visit the site to get my email address. Obviously not every single thing is listed, but it gives you a good indication as to where I land on pricing. Or if you don't have the time, energy, or knowledge to sort things yourself- I am willing to discuss sort/settle arrangements as well.

    DDR3/DDR4 RAM. Pricing provided is based on functional modules but I can also offer over scrap prices for non-functioning modules in decent condition as well. (I.E. it needs to have all the chips on, not trimmed, and not SEVERELY scratched)

    Just a few examples of desktop pricing. Laptop and Server prices are also on the website. I Buy Parts
    Desktop
    2GB-DDR3-10600/12800U $1.5
    4GB-DDR3-10600/12800U $5
    8GB-DDR3-10600/12800U $12
    8GB-DDR4-2133P $15

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    Also looking to buy CPUs. I am only looking to buy CPUs that can be tested and used for refurbishable units. I offer very reasonable pricing for functioning processors but please do not inquire about my 486, Pentium Pro, AMD Aluminum Top, PIII, or DPL prices unless you have a LARGE (50lbs or more) quantity.

    Here are some examples. For a more complete list go to I Buy Parts
    i5-650 $4
    i3-2120 $5
    i5-2400 $10
    i5-3470 $15
    i7-3770 $50
    i5-4590 $35
    i5-6500 $55
    i7-6700 $90



    I Buy Parts

    Check out the site for pricing on graphics cards as well as bulk purchases of laptops and desktops. If you have other inquires please email me @ sales@ibuy.parts or respond in this thread.
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    Ive got a whole box of GPUs that I have been hanging on too.... they are took good to scrap but not good enough for resale individually, mostly from business computers.

    Any minimums on lot sizes of GPUs? I Probably have 30-50 of them

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    So far as I'm concerned, my own concerns have been properly addressed, good luck to you in your venture sir and thank you for fixing it.
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    I have temporarily taken down the site that I initially posted. As of right now I can provide pricing based on inquiries only. I will republish a revised site later this week.
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    Odd, Mr. Wolf. This isn't karma coming around a few years later, is it? :shrugs:

    My offer for lunch still stands.

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    Good Afternoon All,

    I have republished my website for anyone that wants to take a look at the pricing that I am offering. Thanks for your patience and the forum's understanding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IamTheGreatest View Post
    Odd, Mr. Wolf. This isn't karma coming around a few years later, is it? :shrugs:

    My offer for lunch still stands.
    I don't recall any offer ever made. My shop is where it's always been and my phone number is the same as it always has been, if you know me as you've said before, then you already know how to get a hold of me I'm certainly not stopping you.

    At any rate the reason is we aren't trying to purport one as another, and those who use our list in some or total capacity asked in advance to do so. I don't take issue with use I take issue when its implied that its ok to screenshot and repost as originals. OP fixed it, I'm happy with that. It's actually a google sites violation so they would have correlated the source on their own anyways. The algo google uses drops a pretty heavy hammer on that stuff.

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    I can confirm that an offer for lunch by Mr. Greatest was made many moons ago but I don't have time to dig up the thread

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    I took a stab in the dark and the offer is on page 13 of your buyers thread....I'm on my mobile and don't wanna try to copy and paste but it is there

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    I see it, and like has already been said, I know for a fact he knows my number and where my shop is, he wants to have lunch we have some good food in town. For respect purposes I am going to edit my original post so as not to reflect negatively when the OP took proper action and will not further clog their thread. Im rather impressed with the response and ultimately the kindness expressed in IMs.
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    Thank you very much for your understanding and I appreciate the kind words. I look forward to being an active, respectful, and transparent member of this community. I am of the opinion that there are plenty of slices of the pie for anyone at the table and we are all looking for the same thing in the end.
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    I am looking to buy i-series motherboards for more than scrap value. They do not have to be tested functional. I will buy the older boards with the H55 chipset for $2.50, and the newer boards with the H61, H81, and H110 chipsets for $4.50. Or, if you have boards with the X99 chipset (these boards normally take DDR4 RAM), I will buy them for $6.50.

    I am also still interested in purchasing bulk quantities of RAM, CPUs, Desktops, and Laptops. Please visit I Buy Parts for pricing, or feel free to contact me directly.
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    I'm a bit confused on pricing.........At current pricing for motherboards this is basically scrap price and your hard drive pricing is confusing as well..........07 cents per 100 gb?..........so a 500gb is .35 cents each........Please clarify

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    You've caught my attention a little bit hear. How do we tell which chip set it is? What is considered damaged by visual inspection? Should metal sockets, heat sinks and batteries be left on or removed?

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    Good Morning Mike,

    The HDD pricing is $.70 per 100gb not $.07.

    And if you are getting $4.50/lb for P4 motherboards, please let me know who you are selling to and I would love to sell them my motherboard scrap!

    For my last 2 lots of unsorted i-series motherboards my breakdown was VERY close to 5% H55 and the rest were H61, 81, and 110. The first lot was 5,097 motherboards and the second lot was 1,079 units. They were both so close to 5% that I use that as my benchmark for unsorted gaylords/pallets worth of i-series boards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mthomasdev View Post
    You've caught my attention a little bit hear. How do we tell which chip set it is? What is considered damaged by visual inspection? Should metal sockets, heat sinks and batteries be left on or removed?
    I can send you a picture of the cardboard visual aid that we use to teach these chipsets. If you want to shoot me an email at sales@ibuy.parts then I can send it over. I gave the picture to another forum member and he/she/they were very grateful. The pricing is not dependent on the removal of base metals (metal socket, heatsink) nor will I downgrade if the battery is still on the board. I understand that most will want to at least keep the main CPU heatsink for the Al, Cu, or AlCu value which is also totally fine with me. However, the smaller heatsink solely for the chipset is usually good to leave on because it protects the chipset during transit.

    I also do RAM chip recovery and I tell scrappers ALL the time that leaving the heatshield on actually protects the chips and insures a safer delivery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NewfromOld View Post
    Good Morning Mike,

    The HDD pricing is $.70 per 100gb not $.07.

    And if you are getting $4.50/lb for P4 motherboards, please let me know who you are selling to and I would love to sell them my motherboard scrap!

    For my last 2 lots of unsorted i-series motherboards my breakdown was VERY close to 5% H55 and the rest were H61, 81, and 110. The first lot was 5,097 motherboards and the second lot was 1,079 units. They were both so close to 5% that I use that as my benchmark for unsorted gaylords/pallets worth of i-series boards.
    Fair enough.....Sorry for misunderstanding but the boards you are looking for are not P4 they are newer boards correct?.........To me P4 boards means Pentium 4........Sorry I think we are trying to discuss the same things the pricing is just a little confusing the way it is listed........Alot of people buy the parts by the each and the scrap by the lb........You are buying even the reusable stuff by the pound I assume......It's all good thanks for any clarification

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeinreco View Post
    Fair enough.....Sorry for misunderstanding but the boards you are looking for are not P4 they are newer boards correct?.........To me P4 boards means Pentium 4........Sorry I think we are trying to discuss the same things the pricing is just a little confusing the way it is listed........Alot of people buy the parts by the each and the scrap by the lb........You are buying even the reusable stuff by the pound I assume......It's all good thanks for any clarification
    Hey Mike,

    I'm using P4 interchangeably with "small or metal socket green board" as pictured on boardsort.com. "Mixed P4" is the category that we use when we sort them- either way, same price for scrap regardless. I am not buying by the pound. I am buying by the individual motherboard containing those chipsets.

    Assuming the average motherboard weighs very close to 1lb, I could see the confusion when discussing scrap vs the price I am offering. I am most interested in buying things for more than scrap value, which is why I am buying a motherboard that contains a H55 chipset for $2.50, but the other three for $4.50. And if the same board has an X99 chipset, $6.50. So even though the weight has remained at that same 1lb constant, the price is changing based on the chipset. I hope that clarifies any confusion!

    Thanks for asking
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    Thanks for clarification....remember your dealing with us scrappers and we may not be the sharpest knives in the drawer

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    Quite the contrary. I thought I was going to get reprimanded for rounding the weight of the motherboards to 1lb

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