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User Info: Doublesouba

Doublesouba
2 months ago#1
Hey guys. I recently got back an old PC of mine that a friend had. I don't need it, seeing as I have the PC in my sig.
Here are the components:
CPU: AMD A10-5800k
MoBo: ASUS A88XM-A
GPU: MSI GTX 750Ti
RAM: (2x4) 8GB DDR3 @1600 Patriot Viper
HDD: 1tb WD @ 5400rpm w/ Windows 10
Case: Raidmax-ATX-298WR
I looked up all these parts (used), and it comes to about $400USD without windows. Would this be a fair price to charge for this since I have Windows installed on it? Thanks for any suggestions.
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User Info: ArkonBlade

ArkonBlade
2 months ago#2
That's worth probably about $200.
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User Info: ZaruenKosai

ZaruenKosai
2 months ago#3
I finally get to be the first in a topic to post this.

About Tree Fiddy.

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User Info: Doublesouba

Doublesouba
2 months ago#4
ArkonBlade posted...
That's worth probably about $200.

I know it's pretty dated now, but how is it only with 200 when the parts are worth about $400?
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User Info: TrueOfficialMe

TrueOfficialMe
2 months ago#5
You can sell it for 320 maybe.
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User Info: Superemppu

Superemppu
2 months ago#7
Doublesouba posted...
ArkonBlade posted...
That's worth probably about $200.

I know it's pretty dated now, but how is it only with 200 when the parts are worth about $400?


Because it's old and used.
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User Info: dogwarrior

dogwarrior
2 months ago#8
Anybody that's tech savvy wouldn't pay more than 200 for that. Find a sucker on Craigslist and maybe you'd get more, but most of the time the people looking at that stuff are the tech guys looking for parts. You'd get more if you part it out on eBay or something.
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User Info: mucloud

mucloud
2 months ago#9
$300 max the parts are not new and can fail at any time
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User Info: Kogepan

Kogepan
2 months ago#10
Superemppu posted...
Doublesouba posted...
ArkonBlade posted...
That's worth probably about $200.

I know it's pretty dated now, but how is it only with 200 when the parts are worth about $400?


Because it's old and used.



Pretty much this.
Why you would expect to receive close to new price baffles me o.O
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