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I decided that I do not want to do this hobby anymore, so I am selling all hardware I accumulated since starting in early 2000s.

I will not entertain any offers on individual items.
Money is not my primary goal when making this sale. I want to see everything gone down to the very last tube of thermal paste and the only way I can achieve this is selling everything in one go. Besides, I do not want to leave any loose ends and/or having to deal with multiple transactions at once.
If you don't wish and/or can't afford all the contents of this thread, you might as well go away.

Here is a mandatory picture that should include nearly all of the items:
https://abload.de/img/img_20200823_135639201rkbo.jpg
In the coming days I will go through my file storage and add screenshot hyperlinks for each result listed below.

WIthout further ado, the CPUs:

  • 775 Pentium E2140 Q733A - best of 695 pcs E2140 tested
    Air: 507 FSB, 3600 1.42 LinX, 3800 1.46 32M.
    SS: never tested.
    LN2: never tested
  • 775 Pentium E2140 Q752A
    Air: 491 FSB, 3600 1.45 LinX, 3800 1.47 32M.
    SS: never tested.
    LN2: never tested.

     
  • 775 Pentium E2160 Q737A - along with E2160 below, are two best E2160 out of 928 pcs tested
    Air: 503 FSB, 3200 1.30 LinX, 3600 1.50 32M.
    SS: 535 FSB, 4200 1.70 32M.
    LN2: 5115 suicide, 5000+ 1M, PiFast and 32M.
  • 775 Pentium E2160 Q746A
    Air: 490 FSB, 3200 1.33 LinX, 3600 1.55 32M.
    SS: 522 FSB, 4200 1.76 32M.
    LN2: 5070 suicide.

     
  • 775 Pentium E2180 Q749A - along with two E2180 below, are three best E2180 out of 148 pcs tested
    Air: 480 FSB, 3600 1.46 LinX, 3800 1.54 32M.
    SS/LN2: never tested.
  • 775 Pentium E2180 Q803A
    Air: 469 FSB, 3600 1.38 LinX, 3800 1.50 32M.
    SS: 498 FSB, 4300 1.60 32M.
    LN2: 5094 suicide
  • 775 Pentium E2180 Q833A
    Air: 481 FSB, 3600 1.49 LinX, 3800 1.55 32M.

    SS: 509 FSB, 4300 1.66 32M.
    LN2: never tested.
     
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E4300 L026B - best of 34 pcs tested
    Air: 496 FSB, 3200 1.30 LinX, 3600 1.54 32M.
    SS: 529 FSB, 4200 1.77 32M.
    LN2: 4891 suicide, 4891 1M, 4879 wPrime 32M.
     
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E6300 L634A - along with E6300 below, are two best E6300 out of 1500 pcs tested
    Air: 606 FSB, 3600 1.38 LinX, 4000 1.53 32M.
    SS: 654 FSB, 4400 1.56 32M, 4560 suicide.
    Cascade: 4735 suicide, 4515 32M.
    LN2: 4806 suicide
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E6300 L717A
    Air: 603 FSB, 3600 1.36 LinX, 3900 1.42 32M.
    SS: 650 FSB, 4400 1.51 32M. 
    LN2: 4839 suicide, 4746 1M, 4706 wPrime 32M
     
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E6400 L628B - best of 673 pcs tested
    Air: 604 FSB, 3600 1.36 LinX, 3800 1.39 32M
    SS: 652 FSB, 4500 1.58 32M.
    LN2: 5519 suicide, 5242 wPrime 32M
     
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E6600 L629B - best of 53 batch-specific pcs tested
    Air: 590 FSB, 3600 1.33 LinX, 3900 1.42 32M.
    SS: 639 FSB, 4500 1.53 LinX.
    LN2; 5786 suicide, 5734 1M, 5715 wPrime32M, 5670 PiFast, 5580 wPrime 1024M
     
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E6700 L626B
    Air: 539 FSB, 3500 1.34 LinX, 3900 1.47 32M.
    SS: never tested
    LN2: never tested
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E6700 L629B
    Air: 544 FSB, 3600 1.38 LinX, 3900 1.50 32M
    SS: 588 FSB, 4500 1.59 32M.
    LN2: never tested
     
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E6750 3740B - best of 442 pcs tested
    Air: 607 FSB, 3600 1.38 LinX, 4000 1.43 32M.
    SS: 655 FSB, 4500 1.54 32M.
    Cascade: 5040 32M
    LN2: 5641 suicide
     
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E6850 L723A - along with E6850 below, are two best E6850 out of 67 pcs tested
    Air: 575 FSB, 3600 1.29 LinX, 4000 1.42 32M
    SS: 620 FSB, 4500 1.49 32M.
    LN2: 5637 suicide, 5580 32M.
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E6850 3741B
    Air: 577 FSB, 3600 1.30 LinX, 4000 1.43 32M
    SS: 623 FSB, 4500 1.47 32M.
    LN2: 5618 suicide, 5535 32M.
     
  • 775 Core 2 Quad Q6600 L731A - along with four Q6600 below, are my best Q6600 out of 116 pcs tested
    Air: 535 FSB, 3600 1.38 LinX, 4000 1.48 32M.
    SS: 556 FSB, 4500 1.53 32M.
    LN2: never tested
  • 775 Core 2 Quad Q6600 L731B
    Air: 551 FSB, 3600 1.33 LinX, 4000 1.45 32M
    SS: 550 FSB, 4500 1.54 32M
    LN2: 4986 wPrime 1024M
  • 775 Core 2 Quad Q6600 L731B
    Air: 540 FSB, 3600 1.35 LinX, 4000 1.45 32M
    SS: 560 FSB, 4500 1.50 32M
    Cascade: 5057 1M, 4950 32M
    LN2: never tested
  • 775 Core 2 Quad Q6600 L738A
    Air: 546 FSB, 3600 1.34 LinX, 3900 1.42 32M
    SS: 554 FSB, 4500 1.54 32M
    LN2: never tested
  • 775 Core 2 Quad Q6600 L750B
    Air: 544 FSB, 3600 1.31 LinX, 4000 1.39 32M
    SS: 550 FSB, 4500 1.43 32M
    LN2: never tested
  • (85x) 775 Core 2 Quad Q6600
    A bunch of unbinned G0 chips, all L7xx batch.
    A few pieces into binning, one of my REs died, so I could never complete.
    Given the yield above (5/116 on unrestricted batches) I would expect 3-4 more good chips to come out of these.
     
  • 775 Pentium E5200 Q833B - best of 116 pcs batch-specific E5200 tested
    Air: 400 FSB, 4300 1.30 LinX, 4600 1.40 32M
    SS: 443 FSB, 5200 1.54 32M
    LN2: 6466 suicide, 6311 1M
     
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E7200 Q826A
    Air: 570 FSB, 4300 1.31 LinX, 4500 1.29 32M
    SS: 624 FSB, 5400 1.60 32M
    LN2: 6053 suicide
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E7200 Q826A
    Air: 580 FSB, 4200 1.31 LinX, 4500 1.37 32M
    SS: 625 FSB, 5200 1.61 32M
    LN2: 6134 suicide, 5801 wPrime 1024M
     
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E8200 Q745A
    Air: 615 FSB 32M, 4200 1.44 LinX, 4500 1.52 32M
    SS: never tested
    LN2: never tested
     
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E8400 Q832A - along with four E8400 below, are five best E8400 out of 112 pcs E0 tested
    Air: 625 FSB 32M, 4500 1.33 LinX, 4800 1.42 32M
    SS: never tested
    LN2: 6185 suicide
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E8400 Q834A
    Air: 635 FSB 32M, 4500 1.33 LinX, 4800 1.40 32M
    SS: never tested
    LN2: 6294 suicide
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E8400 Q834A
    Air: FSB not tested, 4500 1.33 LInX, 4800 1.42 32M
    SS: never tested
    LN2: never tested
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E8400 Q013C
    Air: FSB not tested, 4500 1.33 LinX, 4800 1.39 32M
    SS: never tested
    LN2: never tested
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E8400 L016A
    Air: 630 FSB 32M, 4500 1.32 LinX, 4900 1.46 32M
    SS: never tested
    LN2: 6340 suicide, 6211 wPrime 32M
     
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E8500 Q828A - along with five E8500 below, are six best E8500 out of 108 pcs E0 tested
    Air: FSB not tested, 4500 1.29 LinX, 4900 1.43 32M
    SS: FSB not tested, 5600 1.52 32M
    LN2: never tested
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E8500 Q834B
    Air: FSB not tested, 4500 1.28 LinX, 4900 1.38 32M
    SS: never tested
    LN2: never tested
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E8500 Q906A
    Air: FSB not tested, 4500 1.30 LinX, 5000 1.48 32M
    SS: never tested
    LN2: never tested
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E8500 L950C
    Air: FSB not tested, 4500 1.34 LinX, 4900 1.46 32M
    SS: FSB not tested, 5700 1.75 32M
    LN2: 6365 PiFast, 6223 32M
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E8500 Q052B
    Air: 630 FSB 32M, 4500 1.32 LinX, 5000 1.52 32M
    SS: FSB not tested, 5600 1.61 32M
    LN2: 6617 suicide, 6367 1M and wPrime 32M, 6322 PiFast
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E8500 Q116E
    Air: FSB not tested, 4500 1.27 LinX, 4900 1.42 32M
    SS: FSB not tested, 5600 1.57 32M
    LN2: never tested
     
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E8600 Q820A
    Air: FSB not tested, 4500 1.35 LinX, 4900 1.50 32M
    SS: FSB not tested, 5500 1.62 32M
    LN2: never tested
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E8600 Q822A435
    Air: 595 FSB 32M, 4500 1.34 LinX, 4800 1.40 32M
    SS: FSB not tested, 5500 1.65 32M
    LN2: 6772 suicide, 6736 1M, 6650 wPrime 1024M, 6540+ 32M
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E8600 Q922A
    Air: FSB not tested, 4500 1.34 LinX, 4900 1.49 32M
    SS: FSB not tested, 5700 1.74 32M
    LN2: 6350 32M
  • 775 Core 2 Duo E8600 undisclosed batch
    Testing first 43 pcs of this batch yielded these chips:
    1. 4500 1.34 LinX air, 4900 1.47 32M air, 5700 1.74 32M singlestage, LN2 never tested
    2. 4500 1.29 LinX air, 5000 1.42 32M air, 5700 1.56 32M singlestage, LN2 never tested
    3. 4400 1.18 LinX air, 4900 1.33 32M air, 5700 1.57 32M singlestage, LN2 never tested
    4. 4400 1.22 LinX air, 4900 1.30 32M air, 5700 1.50 32M singlestage, LN2 never tested
    5. 4500 1.22 LinX air, 4900 1.34 32M air, 5700 1.53 32M singlestage, LN2 never tested
    6. 4500 1.21 LinX air, 5000 1.33 32M air, 5800 1.52 32M singlestage, 6800+ suicide LN2, 6550+ 1.68 32M LN2
    7. 4400 1.21 LinX air, 4900 1.32 32M air, 5700 1.54 32M singlestage, LN2 never tested
    8. 4500 1.29 LinX air, 4900 1.42 32M air, 5600 1.57 32M singlestage, LN2 never tested
    9. 4500 1.26 LinX air, 5000 1.41 32M air, 5700 1.57 32M singlestage, LN2 never tested
    10. 4500 1.26 LinX air, 5000 1.42 32M air, 5700 1.57 32M singlestage, LN2 never tested
    11. 4400 1.30 LinX air, 4900 1.38 32M air, SS/LN2 never tested
    12. 4500 1.22 LinX air, 5000 1.37 32M air, SS/LN2 never tested
    13. 4500 1.32 LinX air, 5000 1.47 32M air, SS/LN2 never tested
    I have 49 additional untested chips of this batch that should provide 10-15 more CPUs like the ones above.
     
  • 939 Athlon 64 3500+ 0629DPMW
    Air: 460 HTT, 3150 1.46 32M
    Cold: 3662 suicide, 3440 32M
  • 939 Athlon 64 4000+ 0626FPMW
    Air: HTT not tested, 3150 1.46 32M
    Cold: 3669 suicide, 3550 32M
  • 939 Athlon 64 4000+ 0626FPMW
    Air: 420 HTT, 3200 1.46 32M
    Cold: 3732 suicide, 3550 32M
  • 939 Opteron 152 0514MPMW
    Air: 470 HTT, 2800 1.36 32M
    Cold: 4110 suicide, 3700 32M
     
  • 1150 Core i7-4770K L301A ES
    Shit CPU that fails 5G on air, yet its IMC easily does 32M at 1500+ 6-10-6 with PSC. Part of my DDR3 binning platform.
     
  • 1156 Core i7-860 L934B - best out of 19 pcs Lynnfield i7 tested
    Air: 221 BCLK, 4500 1.33 32M
    SS: 237 BCLK, 4940 1.47 32M
    LN2: never tested
     
  • 1366 Core i7-920 3912A - best out of 36 pcs batch-specific i7-920 tested
    Air: 235 BCLK, 4500 1.27 32M
    SS: 259 BCLK, 5200 1.60 32M
    LN2: never tested
  • 1366 Core i7-950 3910A - best out of 12 pcs batch-specific i7-950 tested
    Air: 218 BCLK, 4500 1.27 32M
    SS: 238 BCLK, 5120 1.50 32M
    LN2: never tested
  • 1366 Xeon W3680 3031A
    Air: 239 BCLK, 5000 1.48 32M, 4600 1.50 cache
    SS: 5590 1.76 32M, 4800 1.48 cache
  • 1366 Xeon W3680 3031A
    Air: 235 BCLK, 5000 1.44 32M, 4400 1.46 cache
    SS: 5600 1.75 32M, 4800 1.50 cache
    LN2: never tested
  • 1366 Xeon W3680 3106B
    Air: 243 BCLK, 5000 1.48 32M, 4600 1.51 cache
    SS: 254 BCLK, 5550 1.75 32M, 5000 1.51 cache
    LN2: never tested

Additional interesting CPUs on the way that will be included in the lot upon arrival:

  • Core 2 Extreme QX9750 ES (unlocked Yorkfield E0)
  • two Core i7-920 3914A

Boards:

  • 775 ASUS P5E3-Deluxe 7A-serial
    Flashed with P5E3-Premium BIOS.
    IMC does 1030 at 1.59V, FSB barely does 600 2:3.
  • 775 ASUS P5E3-Premium 84-serial
    Poor condition - loadline calibration doesn't work, missing original heatsink, using Thermalright HR05 instead.
    IMC does 1050 at 1.75V, FSB goes above 700 suicide with chilled NB.
  • 775 ASUS Rampage Extreme 8A-serial
    With box and accessories.
    IMC does 1050 at 1.56V, FSB not properly tested
  • 775 ASUS Rampage Extreme 8A-serial
    Dead - stuck at POST code 0E. With box and accessories.
    While alive, IMC did 1050 at 1.53V, FSB not properly tested.
  • 775 ASUS Rampage Extreme 9B-serial
    Dead - turns on itself, also has a short somewhere in CPU PWM. For parts and repair
    While alive, did 1080 IMC at 1.70V, FSB did at least 655 5:8 32M.
  • 775 ASUS Rampage Extreme 9C-serial
    Bought as working but 00 on arrival. In good physical condition.
  • 775 Biostar TP45 HP
    My main Wolfdale FSB and DDR2 binning board. Does 635 FSB 32M with NB and CPU on air.
  • 939 DFI LanParty NF4-D
    Poor condition - only works in single channel with some CPUs, non-original heatsink, no accessories. Good enough for DDR1 and 939 CPU binning.
  • 1150 ASUS Maximus VII Impact
    My DDR3 binning board. ES with generic heatsink and slightly different PCB layout. Vaselined, but at least it can handle PSC full pot.
  • 1366 ASUS Rampage III Formula
    My 1366 and Hypers' binning board. Currently works fine but had a few incidents in the past that required its cleaning.

Mems:

  • DDR1 2x256 Corsair 3200LL. Does 32M at 280 @ 2-2-2-5 @ 3.74V
  • DDR1 2x256 Corsair 3500C2PT. Does 32M at 275 @ 2-2-2-5 @ 3.62V
     
  • DDR1 2x512 Corsair 3200LL. Does 32M at 270 @ 2-2-2-5 @ 3.62V
  • DDR1 2x512 Corsair 3500C2. Does 32M at 275 @ 2-2-2-5 @ 3.66V
  • DDR1 1x512 Kingston KHX3200. Does 32M at 270 @ 2-2-2-5 @ 3.55V
     
  • DDR1 1x256 AData Vitesta 4500. Does 419 at 3.2V on air.
  • DDR1 1x256 AData Vitesta 4500. Does 415 at 3.2V on air.
  • DDR1 1x512 AData Vitesta 4500. Does 395 at 3.0V on air,
  • DDR1 1x512 AData Vitesta 4800. Does 415 at 3.2V on air.
     
  • DDR2 2x512 Corsair 8500C5. Does 32M at 555 @ 4-4-4 @ 2.175V and 640 @ 5-5-5 @ 2.075V.
  • DDR2 2x1024 Ballistix 8000. Does 32M at 555 @ 4-4-4 @ 2.175V and 630 @ 5-5-5 @ 2.075V.
  • DDR2 1x1024 Ballistix 8000. Does 32M at 565 @ 4-4-4 @ 2.175V and 630 @ 5-5-5 @ 2.075V.
  • DDR2 2x1024 Ballistix 8500. Does 32M at 560 @ 4-4-4 @ 2.175V and 635 @ 5-5-5 @ 2.075V.
     
  • DDR3 2x1024 Dominator 1800C7. Does 32M at 1000 @ 7-6-6 @ 2.14V.
     
  • DDR3 5x2048 Dominator GTX2. Five best sticks out of 15 tested.
    1. Does 32M at 1100 @ 7-7-6 @ 1.74V
    2. Does 32M at 1100 @ 7-7-6 @ 1.75V
    3. Does 32M at 1100 @ 7-7-6 @ 1.71V
    4. Does 32M at 1100 @ 7-8-7 @ 1.71V
    5. Does 32M at 1100 @ 7-8-7 @ 1.71V
    1+2 pair is a tank - used it for all my 775 binning and benching in the last 10 years and it's still going strong

Other:

  • 3x 478-775 adapters
    Two unused. One tested working.
  • Silverstone OP1000 power supply
    Not sure if it ever seen even 50% load. But it's super reliable for 775 and 1366 unlike the newer model.
  • Corsair AX1500i
    Special edition. Claimed not to have any OCP / OVP. With box and full accessories.
  • Thermalright Ultra 120 eXtreme CU edition
    Lapped base. In original box. Comes with 775 and 1366 mount brackets, plus universal gravity mount.
  • LittleDevil V2 single stage
    Poor visual condition - missing its original case, insulation and original mounting kit a bit battered. But cooling-wise still fine.
  • Taylor-Wharton LD50 (50-liter) dewar
    Has original cap (for unpressurised use) as well as a pressure valve.
  • Two Fluke 51 K-type probes
  • Custom old-school CPU pot (comes with great 775 mount)
  • worthless misc shit like VGAs, SSDs, CPU/RAM trays, insulation bits

Price: 4000€ OBO

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4 minutes ago, antome said:

hi i am interested for the best 3 stick gtx2 ddr3, if you sell separately let me know, thanks

Absolutely no problem to sell that seperately 😂

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6 minutes ago, antome said:

hi i am interested for the best 3 stick gtx2 ddr3, if you sell separately let me know, thanks

Sure. 4000€ for 3 sticks and you get the rest for free.

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Sad news. Hope you will make public all your backup scores to inspire both old men and newcomers. 

Good luck with sale! 

PS. Не прощаюсь! И удачи во всех начинаниях!

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26 minutes ago, shar00750 said:

You save the good stuff 😜 i think you need to split the sale , it's will be easier to sale 👍

There is no "good stuff" that I intend to keep. Nor is/was there any hardware that changed hands prior to publishing this thread.

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It appears that the stuff has been spoken for and will be delivered to its new owner on 30 August. Will make sure that the handover "ceremony" involves a decent amount of beer :D

For those interested, here are the reasons why I have finally decided to let go:

  • Even after doing it for 15+ years, I am still able to find motivation to throw an enormous amount of time and money at this hobby. With the amount of hardware that I go through, I must spend pretty much every single minute of my time doing some form of binning / testing, otherwise I drown in stuff that is dead money.

    I recently started to notice that this amount of time started interfering with things like work (hooray for unsupervised Corona working-from-home) and self development. Given that I'll be turning 30 at the end of September, I thought it's an appropriate moment to pull a cold turkey and get myself rid of this harmful addiction.
     
  • Quite frankly, the hobby became a plain battle of resources. With the level of socket 775 CPU's that I am at, my most important resource are X48 motherboards, which are difficult to find, let alone for a reasonable price. With the amount of people searching these on German marketplaces, you either have to message the seller within the first 10 minutes or offer a price that is well into triple digits to even stand a chance of ever getting a reply.

    What makes the situation worse, is the extremely poor build quality of Rampage Extremes (aka by far the most commonly sold X48 board). After losing my entire stock (4 pcs) over a short timespan (2-3 weeks) without doing anything even remotely dangerous (and it wouldn't be my first similar occurrence), I got simply too pissed with the whole situation and decided to call it a day. So, "Many thanks to ASUS", I guess.
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really sad to see you leave tapa, but after reading your explanation i can understand the frustration you would be feeling , not on the same scale as you have but we all have felt similar at times, as you said youre only 30, you have much life ahead of you so go live it how you wish to, we all only get 1 go at it, if you feel the urge im sure you will have a dabble here and there and have a few thing saved to be able to do that , thank for your knowledge and experience youve freely shared over the years...........go for it man 👍🙂 

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