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User Info: the0rangeb0x

the0rangeb0x
4 years ago#1
How much would it be worth? And its been about a year since ive built and its never been mistreated, and Its also spotless clean on the inside with all the filters ive put in.
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the0rangeb0x
4 years ago#2
would 700 be ok or even 800?
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User Info: Treason686

Treason686
4 years ago#3
I was actually just surfing eBay, and a comparable (new) Dell with a worse video card sold for $750.

I'd say that's about fair, but I think the 320GB drive would turn off a lot of people. If I were looking to buy something pre-built, I'd probably pass on it because of the drive. That is just not enough space for a gamer these days.
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User Info: ajxh

ajxh
4 years ago#4
People do like big numbers like "terabyte." Upgrade the hard drive, start it at $900, and work down to $750-$800 if necessary. That's what I'd do.

User Info: link510

link510
4 years ago#5
800 is being nice. There's no reason you couldn't sell that for $900 or more. Try and sell locally on craigslist or something (to avoid shipping and paypal fee's) and set it at $1,000. People will haggle so may as well let them haggle to $900 or get $1,000 for it if someone buys it.

User Info: therickmu25

therickmu25
4 years ago#6
Alienware sells that same comp for $3,500. Apple has a Mac version with similar specs for 9000
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User Info: BlackMantis

BlackMantis
4 years ago#7
Yeah, 900 seems reasonable.

User Info: SmoboHash

SmoboHash
4 years ago#8
In perfect working condition? Something like $800-900 sounds good. $1,000 is pushing it, though.
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the0rangeb0x
4 years ago#10
Yup! Its in prefect condition. Still runs as if i just built it last week, like seriously i take good care of my stuff. Though I did do some SUPER small mod which was just switching out the orange leds to some blue ones to match what i got going with the blue and black, other then that its a clean piece of machine. I also forgot to mention it has Bluetooth, and a wireless-n card and i might just sell it with my Samsung syncmaster e1920 to make it more of a value.
i5 2500k @ 4.0 || Gaia SD1283 || MSI Z68MA-ED55 || ADATA XPG 8GB DDR3 || GTX 570 @ stock || OCZ MXS 600W || NZXT Vulcan || WD 320HDD || W7 64-bit
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