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How Much is this used system worth?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by kungfuturtle, Oct 5, 2008.


How much is this system worth?

  1. £50-99

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  2. £100-124

    2 vote(s)
  3. £125-149

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  4. £150-£199

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  5. £200+

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  1. kungfuturtle

    kungfuturtle Thread Starter

    Jul 21, 2008
    How much is this used system worth ? Im looking to invest in a SLI/Crossfire system just wondering if I could get some money from this?


    17" Flat Panel Monitor
    150Gb Sata Hard Drive
    DVD/RW Disk Drive
    Intel Pentium D 915 Dual Core Processor 2 cores each @ 2.6Ghz
    1GB ATI Xpertvision 2600HD PRO (HDMI Interface)
    Foxconn 946GZMA Motherboard
    1x 2GB DDR2 PC6400 RAM
    Atheros WNIC 56/108 Mbps
    Standard case with 550W PSU
    Nero 8 with Key

    I'm from the UK
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    Mar 9, 2001
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  3. john1


    Nov 25, 2000
    Hi Kungfuturtle,

    I'm afraid that prices for almost all second hand computer stuff are dropping dramatically.
    The system sounds good, but unless the monitor is a flat one, i think you would be lucky
    to get more than 100 GBP for it (£100)

    Dunno what that is in your currency, cos i dunno what country you're in.

    Best of luck with it,
    John :)
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