How much is a scrap motherboard worth?

Scrap Motherboard Price

Region Price
North America, US East Coast $2.50 per Lb
US Midwest, US West Coast $2.50 per Lb

How much are recycled circuit boards worth?

The circuit boards found inside discarded tablets can contain gold that is worth between $5.00 and $15.00.

How much are circuit boards worth per pound?

Current E-Scrap Prices

(Last Modified: March 10th, 2022, 9:30 am)
Metal/Material Current Price
Clean Green Motherboards $1.50/lb
Mid-Grade Boards $1.00/lb
Memory Chips $6.50-$9.00/lb

How much is a circuit board worth?

Circuit Boards

Circuit Boards LB
Small Socket / Metal Socket Motherboard COLORED (no batteries) $1.90
Finger Board Trimmed/Devalued – Mid Grade High $2.15
Finger Boards (Only need to remove OVERSIZED heatsinks, battery… metal bracket is OK) $4.25
Dual Socket Server Boards – Large Socket $4.75

What circuit board components are worth money?

Usually the most in the metal content is copper, also there is gold, aluminum, nickel, lead, silicon metal and so on contained in it. These metals can be reused to generate greater value, it’s the most valuable recyclable component of the circuit board.

What is valuable on a circuit board?

Do all circuit boards have gold in them?

Motherboards and printed circuit boards – The motherboard in particular is often the best potential source of gold in computers. The edges of most components on the board will have gold contacts and connectors where the wires slide in. You will often find thin layers of gold on the motherboard’s surface.

Do all circuit boards have gold?