Selling Dell Precision Tower 7810 CTO Base ($3,300) and 6 Dell 30' U3014 monitors ($625 each)

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by Pat.Nem, Feb 17, 2017.

  1. Pat.Nem


    Hello! I am selling a Dell Precision 7810 Tower CTO Base and 6 30' Dell U3014 monitors. The whole work station is 2 years old, with an original purchase date of 1-12-15. The Tower still has a warranty through 1-12-18 and everything is in excellent condition. I traded butterfly spreads off this setup for two years. I am asking $3,300 for the tower and $625 for each monitor and the 3 dual vertical stands ($187 each will be included for free with purchase of two or more monitors). I will make deals and lower prices if you want to purchase multiple monitors or the tower and a few monitors.

    Specs on the tower:
    2 Intel Xeon CPU E5-2643 v3 @3.40 HGz processors
    16GB (4x4GB) 2133MHz DDR4 RDIMM ECC (370-ABUO)
    DUAL 2 GB NVIDIA Quadro NVS 510 (2 cards w/ 4mDP each) (8mDP-DP adapters) (490-BBXB)
    2.5 inch 256GB SATA SSD (400-AECP)
    Integrated Intel AHCI chipset SATA controller (6 x 6.0Gb/s) - SW RAID 0/1/5/10 (403-BBHF)
    Microsoft Office Home and Business 2013, OptiPlex, Precision, Latitude (630-AABE)

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  2. I bid 100 quatloos!
  3. vanzandt


  4. Pat.Nem


  5. truetype


    Wondering if this is a typo? Maybe you meant $330?
  6. Pat.Nem


    It's not a typo. The tower was $6,643 brand new, ($450 of that was for tax and shipping), two years ago. Check out the dual processors and other specs.
  7. Ryan81


    lol... 2 year old used consumer electronics... yeah, depreciation would be probably about 90%, not the ~50-ish% you are suggesting....
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  8. You should never buy brand, computers, even fine watches;

    Let some other sucker take the major initial depreciation hit o_O:vomit:
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  9. Pat.Nem


    I would encourage you to compare my prices with other sites online if you're interested in purchasing. I think you will find my prices are better and the high-end quality of the equipment I'm selling holds it value greater than your standard consumer electronics.
  10. Overnight


    I hate to break it to you, but what you are selling is "standard consumer electronics". It's a Dell. It's not like you built the thing custom. You're selling a DELL.
    #10     Feb 17, 2017
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