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Price my pc?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by xenodro, Feb 13, 2008.

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  1. xenodro

    xenodro Thread Starter

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    would anyone here be able to give my setup a round about price if i was to sell it on ebay.
    I have a nice system casing with great air circulation. nice looking blue led's, and clear side panel to see the lights. ok now for specs.
    -2 dvd-rw drives
    -200gb internal hd space
    -8800gt with extra fan in a pci slot under it.
    -intel 2.6ghz quad core
    -3gb ddr2 (800mhz) memory
    -600 watt power supply.
    -windows XP
    -17 inch crt monitor
    -2.1 speakers
    -wireless mouse, keyboard, usb hub, pci firewire port. (extras?).

    thanks ahead of time guys. I just wanted to get an idea before i bothered making an account and putting it up on ebay.
     
  2. win2kpro

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    If less than 1 year old about 60-65% of current parts prices. 1-2 years old about 50% of current parts prices.
     
  3. xenodro

    xenodro Thread Starter

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    all the parts are less than a month old. everything works fine.
     
  4. mclarenvj

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    why sell a PC that good????
     
  5. into9rod

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    probably like 1200 dlls?
     
  6. xenodro

    xenodro Thread Starter

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    I'm just curious as to how much i can get it for. i might want to sell it help for college and housing.
     
  7. win2kpro

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    Advertise it on eBay, and set your reserve up to what you would actually take for the machine. If the reserve isn't met you don't have to sell the machine, but by allowing bidding you can get an idea of what the market believes the value to be. It will only cost you a few dollars if the item doesn't sell.

    Also, you might try to sell it locally on a nearby Craig's List. On Craig's List you set the price, and if it sells there is no commission.
     
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