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tangrisser July 18, 2012 04:14 PM

thinking abt selling my pc
 
So I'm not using my pc as much as I would like so I'd like to sell it either piece by piece or as a whole.

Corsair 600T White

Intel 970 cooled with Corsair H50, Gigabyte X58A UD3R, Corsair DDR3 6GB (3x 2GB) kit

Asus Radeon 6970
2x Intel X25M 160GB Striped RAID
Caviar Black 640GB
HX620W

What's a reasonable price to sell as a whole or separate?

monkey_mo July 18, 2012 06:22 PM

6970: $200
HD: $55
psu: $60
SSD's:$200both $100-120ish each.
ram, cpu, mobo: $450

honestly though, id try just selling the mobo, cpu, ram as a combo as a 970 is equal to a 3820, and the 3570k/ or non k are about the same as a 3820, which you can usually find a combo pack on memxpress for around $300, so you wont notice any performance drop as im assuming you dont push your 970 far at all, and you can pocket around $100 after taxes.

Older sockets dont sell all that well here imo as when you do end up trying to sell them here, you get a lot less IMO compared to other sites like CL/ and especially Ebay. We factor way to many things that the normal buyer usually wouldnt so thats why imo if you sell here, that i7 will get sold for a lot less than it could have been. The gpu i wouldnt bother selling as its a great card and if you sell it what then? IGP or a lesser card that is a lot worse but not that much of a discount if you really think about it.

tangrisser July 20, 2012 12:34 AM

well. im trying to sell my desktop and use my laptop untill Christmas time for a new desktop :P


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