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    $$$ Buying Electronic precious metal scrap! $$$

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    PRICING EFFECTIVE (this means it is current)
    10/17/2019
    **PLEASE NOTE WE TRY NOT TO CHANGE PRICING FREQUENTLY TO GIVE OUR CUSTOMERS STABILITY ON THEIR SELL SIDE!
    ATTENTION: If interested in working with us, please allow us to send you a quote on shipping picked up at your door!

    Pricing delivered to our dock (44146)
    PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
    Please remove batteries and excess AL and Steel - Please remove mercury relays as well. Those will incur a charge if received.
    PRICE/LB MATERIAL
    $1.70 Motherboards Small Socket (All Colors - P4 and Newer)
    $3.50 Motherboards Large Socket (All Colors - Slot, P3 and older)
    $3.10 Motherboards Large Socket Low Grade (All Colors - primarily socket type 462)
    $2.15 Mid Grade High - Finger Board Trimmed/Devalued, Peripheral Boards, Wireless Router Boards Low End
    $3.80 Finger Boards (Only need to remove OVERSIZED heatsinks, battery... metal bracket is OK)
    $4.00 Dual Socket Server Boards - Large Socket
    $2.60 Dual Socket Server Boards - Small Socket
    $4.00 to 6.00+ Telecom (Paid on Sort)
    $3.50 CD/DVD Boards (please remove ribbon wire and brown board if attached)
    $4.00+ Tape Drive Boards (Paid on sort)
    $4.15 Laptop Motherboard Boards

    HIGH VALUE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
    PRICE/LB MATERIAL
    $6.25 RAMBUS (Memory with METAL Enclosure)
    $10.25 Hard Drive Boards (Sorting fee of $.30 per lb. Hard Drive Boards paid on sort once removing Floppy, CD/DVD and Media Boards)
    $10.25 Cell Phone Boards CLEAN (please remove excess Plastic, Steel, Screens, Aluminum and Battery)
    $-.30/lb Memory Mixed (Sorting fee of $.30 per lb. Memory paid on sort at pricing below)
    $17.00 Gold Memory
    $7.50 Silver/Tin Memory
    $20.00 Gold Fingers (Pricing is for quality cut trim. Little to no Green, otherwise deduction)
    $13.25 Slot Processor

    OTHER PRECIOUS METAL ITEMS
    PRICE/LB MATERIAL
    $0.60 Gold Connectors
    $4.25 Cell Phones w/o battery
    $6.25 IC Chips/Eproms

    CPUs (Must be Sorted)
    PRICE/LB MATERIAL
    $125.00 Intel 386 and 486
    $120.00 Motorola
    $80.00 Pentium Pro Gold Caps
    $35.00 Cyrix/IBM/VIA Gold Cap
    $35.00 Pentium Ceramic
    $35.00 AMD Ceramic Clean (without Al. Cap)
    $35.00 Black Fiber CPU
    $13.25 Green/Brown Fiber without Heatsink
    $6.00 Green Fiber with Heatsink - Pins
    $4.35 Green Fiber with Heatsink - Pinless

    COMPUTER/SERVER PARTS
    PRICE/LB MATERIAL
    $0.60 Hard Drives Complete
    $0.35 Hard Drives Complete (Bent, Punched, Crushed - NOT Shredded)
    $0.20 Hard Drives w/o Boards
    $0.24 Power Supply w/ Wire
    $0.18 Power Supply w/o Wire
    $0.19 Mixed Floppy/CD/DVD Drives

    OTHER ITEMS
    PRICE/LB MATERIAL
    $1.20 Laptops Complete
    $0.80 Incomplete laptops (Must have Motherboard)
    $0.20 AC Adapter w/ Wire
    $0.12 AC Adapter w/o Wire
    $0.40 Mixed Computer Wire
    $0.60 Ribbon wire with ends (Must be PRESORTED from other wire)
    $0.60 Cat5 with ends (Must be PRESORTED from other wire)
    -$0.05 CHARGE Mixed Computer Plastic (NO METAL!)
    $0.20 Clean Aluminum Heatsink
    $0.55 Clean Cu/Al Heatsink
    $0.00 15" LCD [per UNIT] DESKTOP LCD MONITORS - with or without BASE - No screen bleeding, gouges, Cracks, Cut cables, water damage. Must be monitor, NOT just a panel
    $0.50 17"+ LCD [per UNIT] DESKTOP LCD MONITOR - with or without BASE - No screen bleeding, gouges, Cracks, Cut cables, water damage . Must be monitor, NOT just a panel
    -$.10/lb LCD Monitor Scrap (LCD monitors that fail testing are considered scrap and charged at $.10/lb)
    $0.50 Laptop Screens [per UNIT] Must be in case, pass light test, be in tact, no bleeding, water damage or cracks. ... Cut wire -$1.00/unit (CHARGE) - NO Netbook Screens - ONLY for Laptop Screens

    BATTERIES
    PRICE/LB MATERIAL
    $0.50 Li Ion Laptop Cell 18650 (NO Swollen Batteries. Exposed terminals MUST be taped)
    $0.25 Li Ion Cell Phone Batteries (NO Swollen Batteries. Exposed terminals MUST be taped)
    $0.25 Li Ion Polymer - Laptop, Tablet and Cell (NO Swollen Batteries. Exposed terminals MUST be taped) (No ECIG or Lithium Compound batteries!)
    $0.15/lb NiMh
    -$.10/LB SWOLLEN BATTERIES ARE A CHARGE ITEM
    -$.30 CHARGE Terminal Tape Fee
    -$.10/lb CHARGE NI CD (Dry Cell)



    Prices are subject to change without notice.
    Pricing is determined by date of RECEIPT of material unless otherwise noted.

    Anything else, send us an email: info@CashForComputerScrap.com Thanks

    Last edited by Ewasted; 10-17-2019 at 11:12 AM. Reason: Updated pricing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ace View Post
    Sent a 67 lb shipment 11 business days to process, 2 days for payment. Not to bad. Usually questions get answered quickly, but sent 2 emails and no response, so maybe still having site issues. Also no email notification on when it was processed or payment made, had to check the site
    Thanks for the feedback! Sorry for the turnaround time... I am looking into this.
    Regarding the emails, we are still having issues with certain folks not getting emails despite them being sent with no bounce notification. Still working on it... please feel free to message me on here if you don't get responses within a day or so.



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    Website shows illegal action when trying to request a shipping label.

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    Quote Originally Posted by irondale View Post
    Website shows illegal action when trying to request a shipping label.
    Hello
    To be clear, "Illegal action" is related to our site's functionality.

    We are still having some hiccups since the server migration... if you have any issues you can email us in at info@Cashforcomputerscrap.com

    We can manually cover things for you.
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    I'll try again, thanks.

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    Folks EW made my day again! Sometimes it gets slowed down a bit and with all things it can be confusing........And when it is my hand is usually somewhere in the confusion OR the parcels in front of me are full of work that should have already been done before shipping. Please consider that what you send has an effect on pricing and turn over time for all of us. SORT AND CLEAN YOUR PRODUCT, INVENTORY WHAT YOU SEND and maybe consider there are many like us and we all like a nice paycheck. Oh and by the way; if you don't want to lift it then it's bad for the guy that has to.

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    Mario,
    What are Apple motherboards graded as?

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    They follow our motherboard guidelines, small socket or large socket. They do not fall into large socket low grade. Laptop apple motherboards go with laptop motherboards. Let me know if that helps.
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    I would guess that once Apple went to using intel chips these would be classified as small socket.........Anything before that large?..........Just a wild guess on my part

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    I have a question, I would like to deliver my e-waste to you (I have several hundred pounds) how would I need to go about coordinating a drop off? Thank you

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    Hello! That would be great! Set up a lot ID # on our home page Cash for your Computer Scrap | Cash for Computer Scrap
    Email in at info@CashForComputerScrap.com
    Ask if you can schedule a delivery and make a request to see if it is open!

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    i dont see any price for Pentium cpus with heatsink and pins- maybe its there & im just not seeing it
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    For MSM:

    Most of the processors made in the last 18 years fall under the last two categories:

    $5.50 Green Fiber with Heatsink - Pins
    $4.25 Green Fiber with Heatsink - Pinless

    Processors made prior to year 2000 often fall into these categories:

    $13.25 Green/Brown Fiber without Heatsink
    $13.25 Slot Processor

    ( That's the simple answer )

    A little more complicated: Look at how the processor is made. Answer the following questions.

    1: Does it have a cap ? ( heatsink )

    2: Does it have pins ?

    3: Is it ceramic or fiber ?

    4: If fiber ... what color is the fiber ? ( Green,Brown,or Black.)

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    Bottom line: My guess would be that it's a P-4 made sometime in the early to mid 2000's but more information is needed.

    Could you post a pic -or- list the information imprinted on the heatsink ?

    That would help narrow it down for Ewasted.



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    Quote Originally Posted by hills View Post
    For MSM:

    Most of the processors made in the last 18 years fall under the last two categories:

    $5.50 Green Fiber with Heatsink - Pins
    $4.25 Green Fiber with Heatsink - Pinless

    Processors made prior to year 2000 often fall into these categories:

    $13.25 Green/Brown Fiber without Heatsink
    $13.25 Slot Processor

    ( That's the simple answer )

    A little more complicated: Look at how the processor is made. Answer the following questions.

    1: Does it have a cap ? ( heatsink )

    2: Does it have pins ?

    3: Is it ceramic or fiber ?

    4: If fiber ... what color is the fiber ? ( Green,Brown,or Black.)

    =======================================

    Bottom line: My guess would be that it's a P-4 made sometime in the early to mid 2000's but more information is needed.

    Could you post a pic -or- list the information imprinted on the heatsink ?

    That would help narrow it down for Ewasted.


    Nailed it! Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hills View Post
    For MSM:

    Most of the processors made in the last 18 years fall under the last two categories:

    $5.50 Green Fiber with Heatsink - Pins
    $4.25 Green Fiber with Heatsink - Pinless

    Processors made prior to year 2000 often fall into these categories:

    $13.25 Green/Brown Fiber without Heatsink
    $13.25 Slot Processor

    ( That's the simple answer )

    A little more complicated: Look at how the processor is made. Answer the following questions.

    1: Does it have a cap ? ( heatsink )

    2: Does it have pins ?

    3: Is it ceramic or fiber ?

    4: If fiber ... what color is the fiber ? ( Green,Brown,or Black.)

    =======================================

    Bottom line: My guess would be that it's a P-4 made sometime in the early to mid 2000's but more information is needed.

    Could you post a pic -or- list the information imprinted on the heatsink ?

    That would help narrow it down for Ewasted.


    i see, said the blind man.
    thanks.

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    I see the Li-Ion market is falling off. Too bad, I have a little pile of laptop and cell bats I've been building up.

    Question: Is a laptop considered complete with or without its battery? What about its hd?

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