Yep thats right. I am selling my i7 2600k, 16GB of DDR-1600 RAM with tight timings, and my ASUS P8P67 motherboard. I am selling it as a whole bundle, not separately. This is for anyone looking to upgrade to "the latest and greatest" for very cheap. Processor is proven to boost FPS in games, especially games that rely heavily on the CPU (Deus Ex: HR for example). Prices are: CPU: $200 Heatsink: $25 RAM: $125 MB: $25 Total: $375 plus shipping (like $25 or so) But now you ask, in your wonderful childlike voice: "But Mr. EniGmA sir, why would you sell all this stuff for so cheap?" Well now my good lad, thats a wonderful question! Ill tell you the answer. Because I dont like them. But you say, how can this be? And if you dont like them, why would you try and pawn them off on us? Well, technically it all works fine. It runs at stock speeds, and can overclock a bit. The problem arises that I have to push the voltage to levels I dont consider safe for 24/7 in order to hit past 4.4GHz. I also bought the RAM at different times, and saw that both kits had the exact same specs, so I figured they were probably all the same chips underneath. Unfortunately I was wrong :/ This means that because of the mismatched chips in the RAM, you can only get them running at stock speeds and they do not overclock at all (le sigh). So since I cant hit high RAM speeds, and I cant hit 5GHz on the CPU at safe level, I dont want them. Im tired of this system and want a new one. (Didnt I say Id probably want a new system within 6 months of buying this one way back when I bought it 6 months ago? lol). Also, one catch. The motherboard is an older B2 revision. What does that mean? Well, technically you can exchange it for a brand new B3 revision at no charge. So if you want to do that, then go for it. But it still works fine as is. The B2 revision has a problem with the SATA ports, 4 out of the 8 ports have a small bug that disconnects hard drives some times. The solution is to either deal with it (happens rarely) or only use the other 4 good ports (which are the fast ones anyway). That is the reason I am selling the MB for so cheap. Although as I said, ASUS must honor an exchange to a brand new motherboard of the B3 revision. They are not allowed by law to say no. So if you want a new motherboard before you start using the system, you can deal with the hastle of getting it exchanged. I never did because Id be without a computer for 2 weeks while it was replaced and I would rather deal with the problem than be without a computer that long. Ok, so that was a massive post. haha. Anyway, I laid out the system for you and all its quirks. I am restricting this sale to US and Canada residents only. Sorry Europe. If you want it, reply here so people can see someone is interested and PM me to claim it. I can give you my PayPal address through PMs.