We make it easy to sell processors!
We DO Buy
- Server: Intel Xeon 5300+
- Desktop/Laptop: Intel I-Series
- Quantity: More than 25
We DON’T Buy
- Server: Xeons with pins
- Desktop/Laptop: Core 2 Duo, Pentium 4
- Quantity: Less than 5
What We Need For A Quote:
There are other ITAD companies, but 26 years of experience, R2 certification, and a full suite of asset recovery services definitely set us apart from the competition.We can offer more for product because we have buyers that others don’t.
Sell Processors to US – New or Used – Server, Desktop, or Laptop
Desktops and servers have pinless processors (If a desktop or server processors has pins, it’s worthless). Those can be found under the heat sink, please remove it gently and do not stack or bin the processors. To read the model number, the coolant paste would need to be removed from the top of the processor. Or you can find the CPU model in the BIOS menus. All-in-one computers and most laptops use mobile processors, they will have pins and the model number generally ends in “M.” The ultrabooks and tablet computers have BGA processors that are soldered into the motherboard, we still buy these processors, but it is easier to buy it with the motherboard in this case.
CPU value in the secondary market shifts much more rapidly than many other types of equipment. Within one month of a new processor release, an intel processor that previously was extremely valuable may be entirely undesirable to much of the secondary market share. To sell your processors quickly to get the optimal returns for them, follow the steps below.
Get a Quote for your Excess Processors
Get a quote on selling excess processors, new or used. We just need model numbers and quantity and we’ll have an offer delivered in a jiffy (25 processors or more). We can even repair processors! If they have missing or damaged capacitors, our onsite engineer can replace them. Just send over a list and we’ll get you taken care of right away!
White Glove Packing and Logistics
To avoid damaging processors and reducing their value, it is important to keep processors separated at all times in storage and transit. We can send trays free of charge. Once a sales rep issues you a purchase order, just e-mail the PO# & weights and dimensions to Shipping@ExitTechnologies.com for a prepaid shipping label with full insurance.
Recuperate Value from your Processors
Within 7 business days of receiving the product, we issue an itemized report of processors received, tested good, repairable, and failed. Upon your approval, we issue a company check to the name and address on the purchase order. We purchase damaged processors outright, that way you don’t have to wait for our engineer to repair them before you get paid!
Sell Intel Processors
Intel Has quite a few processor lines, such Xeon E5, Xeon E7, and Xeon Phi, atom, Core, and Itanium. If an enterprise is going to sell intel processors in quantity, they will most likely be Xeons.
Intel Itanium processors have fairly little value, and have largely been phased out in favor of xeons, though for particular operating systems like Unix, certain enterprises will still use itanium. Enterprises sell Intel I7 processors in large quantities in the secondary market. I5s can bring back notable value if they’re sold in bulk. Atom processors are largely more of a consumer processor with little presence or value in the secondary IT market.
Out of Intel’s several iterations of Intel Xeons, the Intel Xeon E7 group is the newest and most valuable. However, Intel E5 V4 CPUs have retained significant value on the secondary IT market.
Sell AMD Processors
AMD only retains about 20% of processor market share. Their more prominent processors are the opteron and the ryzen, though there is little reason to choose them over their intel counterparts.
The secondary market has more demand for intel cpus than AMD, but it is no more difficult for us to sell AMD processors than sell intel processors.
The Ryzen is not very prominent, but AMD’s newest line of server processors, the Epyc, will throw a real monkey wrench into the server CPU market against Intel. They’re partially just a scaled up version of the Ryzen, but other notable features, such as intuitive on-chip power management and the potential to boost clock speeds even with all 12 cores active, make the Epyc look like a real contender.
Trust 25 Years of Recovering Value on IT
When you ship your product on net terms, are you confident you’ll get a check back? Trust 25 years of business excellence. We’re family run, see our contact us page to learn more about the people behind Exit Technologies, or the about us page to learn more about or company