Top 15 CPU's for Gold Content

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  1. miniroo

    miniroo Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Which CPU's have the highest gold content? Here's my Top 15
    #1 might surprise some

     
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    I was searching for one of these threads about gold in computers and found this.I just took apart one of my PC(asus).What can I do with cpu?How can I get the gold out of it? Any other part I should keep? I have another old PC which I will take apart soon.
     
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    Not worth it for a single CPU. Best to refine in batches. You'll get more money for your time just flipping the parts on Gumtree.
     
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    The other good parts for gold are the RAM sticks. Everything else isn't really worth your time unless youre a professional scrapper.
     
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    What is RAM? The memory?(yeah I know not really into these part of the computer:D)
     
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    Yup the ram is memory. It stands for Random Access Memory.
     
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    And how much gold is in those compare to the CPU?
     
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    Not much at all.
     
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