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SOLD Gigabyte P55WV7-KL3


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Price:  USD $580 (negotiable)

Condition:  Great condition and has no physical wear or blemishes, I also used an external keyboard and mouse with it. Every 3 months of use, I did a complete dust removal and cleaning of the CPU fan and heatsink.

Warranty:  None

Reason for sale:  Recently built a Desktop PC and no longer use

Payment:  Paypal, Venmo

Item location:  Greensboro, NC, USA

Shipping:  USPS Priority Mail
International shipping:  I would rather not, but can work something out if need be.
Handling time:  Within 1 day

Feedback: My credentials were verified and cleared by @Reciever and I was given permission to post this listing on here.

Heatware feedback from my Sager Clevo m570ru on NBR: https://www.heatware.com/u/80215/to I also sold a LCD Hinge for the m570ru on NBR.

Here is my eBay https://www.ebay.com/fdbk/feedback_profile/knox0811
Specifications:

 - Screen: 15.6" Full HD (1920x1080) IPS Anti-Glare LCD
 - GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5 (Supports up to two external displays, Mini DP & HDMI 2.0 (4K at 60 Hz))
 - CPU: 7th Gen Intel Quad Core i7-7700HQ (2.8GHz-3.8GHz) Kaby Lake (6Mb cache, 45W)

 - Memory: 16GB DDR4 2400Mhz (up to 32GB)

 - Drive 1: 256GB M.2 PCIe SSD (2000MB/s)

 - Drive 2: 1TB 7,200 RPM HDD

 - Optical Drive: Super Multi DVD-RW Drive

 - Comms: LAN: 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet -- Wireless LAN: 802.11 ac (a/b/g/n compatible) -- Bluetooth: Bluetooth V4.2 + LE

 - Keyboard: Full-sized White Backlit Keyboard (2.2mm key travel)
 - Operating System: Windows 10 Home EN 64-bit + Install
 - Battery: 63Wh Li-Polymer (holds a full charge)

 - Powerpack: 180W powerpack

 - Warranty: N/A

 - I/O Port: 1x USB 3.1 (Type-C) 10Gbps/5V 3A, 3x USB 3.0 (Type-A), HDMI 2.0 with HDCP 2.2, mini DP, RJ45, Mic-in, Earphone-out , SD Card Reader, DC-in Jack

 - Misc: HD Webcam, VR Ready, Dolby Digital Plus Home Theater, 2x 2 Watt Speaker,

14.92" x 10.59" x 1.05"-1.33" 5.73 lbs.

 

I am selling my Gigabyte P55WV7-KL3 that I used for a couple years (bought in Summer of 2017) until I built a new desktop recently, and no longer need. Comes with original box. Comes with original powerpack adapter. I just clean installed Windows 10 and it boots up into a fresh Windows 10 set up, ready for a new user. Nothing has been altered internally except cleaning.  I would love for someone to be able to use and appreciate this notebook as much as I did.  Anything else please ask here or PM me.

Issues:  None

Proof of ownership:  please see pictures, if you need a particular one please ask me.

 

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When I read the title of this post and saw the first few lines of text, I was like, "How can some guy ask $580 for a 12 year old P55 motherboard?" I soon realized it was a laptop and not a P55 motherboard from Gigabyte. 😄

I will say though, the laptop looks like it came straight out of the factory, you did a damn well job keeping it in shape. Good luck with the sale brother; this thing has a visual appeal very few laptops have.

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Good Evening everyone, I have personally verified that this individual has had an account with NBR from 2007, as such as I have with a select number of members that I can verify, have permitted for @nudge to create this listing.

 

Thank You, @nudge for observing the Marketplace rules and reaching out and I do appreciate the time to dig for your receipts to prove your tenure with NBR. 

 

GLWS! 

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16 hours ago, Tenoroon said:

When I read the title of this post and saw the first few lines of text, I was like, "How can some guy ask $580 for a 12 year old P55 motherboard?" I soon realized it was a laptop and not a P55 motherboard from Gigabyte. 😄

I will say though, the laptop looks like it came straight out of the factory, you did a damn well job keeping it in shape. Good luck with the sale brother; this thing has a visual appeal very few laptops have.

 

I thought the EXACT same thing! "WTH? Good luck with a P55 based system sale for that!" 😆

 

I love that Gigabyte has consistently stuck to their black and orange themes. Looks to be in great shape! GLWS.

 

 

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