For Sale Gigabyte Z77X D3H motherboard.

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  1. Ivor_Biggern

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    I have for sale my Gigabyte Z77X D3H motherboard, i only recieved this in August of last year so it has a lot of remaining warranty left, the motherboard was bought from Overlockers UK and i have the receipt for it. I would have to give you a copy of it as i bought multiple items on the same receipt.

    This is a fantastic motherboard with a dual 3D bios, you will find plenty of reviews on google. Its an 1155 socket motherboard.

    £85 delivered.

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    Location: Cheshire
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  2. McPhee

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    Bit cheeky of me, but £65? It's between £95 and £100 brand new at Ebuyer, Aria and Amazon.
     
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    I appreciate your offer but i wouldn't drop to £65 posted, best i can do is £75 posted, their is lots of warranty left and i'll give you a copy of the receipt.
     
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    Very interested in this at £75, is there any way you could hold it for me for a few days?
     
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    No worries. In the market for a board to replace one that conked out last night. Just offered you what I was going to spend on a new one - with an i5 2400 an expensive board seems silly (no overclocking). I'm sure you'll find someone at that price :)
     
  6. Ivor_Biggern

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    Hi Kid, i could hold it if you could put a deposit down,something like £10, obviously that would be non refundable as i could miss out on potential buyers by holding it if you were not to go through with the deal of which i'm sure you would.
     
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    Ivor, if I go to £75, can you post it RMSD tomorrow?
     
  8. Ivor_Biggern

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    Hi, i can't do it for £75 including RMSD as that will be too costly to be included, the £75 would include 1st class sign for. for RMSD its going to be around £10 to post.
     
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    I'll leave it then. Really after a board this side of the weekend, and any more than £75 just isn't worth it considering the price they are new.
     
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    No probs mate, good luck with your search, you should still look for this board as its a very good spec for the money.
     

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