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Price for my computer?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by sprtonyy, Jul 22, 2009.

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  1. sprtonyy

    sprtonyy Thread Starter

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    Hi, I am planning to sell my computer as a whole and I don't know what the price range is.

    My specs are...

    OS : Vista Home Premium
    Mainboard: Asus m2a-vm hdmi
    Hdd: 80g
    videocard: Nvidia 7900 GT (or GS)
    cpu : AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 4400+ (2.3ghz)
    ram : 3gig
    soundcard: SB Audigy

    (no dvd rom, keyboard, mouse, monitor)

    What would be a rough price ?
     
  2. loserOlimbs

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    Selling a used PC is alot like selling a used Ford Escort, not anywhere near new price even if only slightly used.

    That said, I would expect $300 - $400 to be absolute top for what you could sell it for, and closer to the $300 mark.

    Thats with an optical drive of course, is there at least a CD ROM? Seeing as DVD - RW is standard anymore
     
  3. sprtonyy

    sprtonyy Thread Starter

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    thanks for the reply, umm yeah theres a cd-rom, but seeing as most software comes in a DVD format, I don't think it would be that necessary,
     
  4. Rich-M

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    I would agree with $300-400 assuming you have a valid copy of Windows dvd to include with it.
     
  5. sprtonyy

    sprtonyy Thread Starter

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    I see, thank-you for your suggestion :)
     
  6. loserOlimbs

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    A DVD ROM or RW is cheap and easy to upgrade too, so I would see it being a deal breaker for anyone looking at that PC to buy. Looks like a great budget gamer, and most younger people/ gamers are willing nd able to replace an optical drive.
     
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