I'm thinking of putting up my system for sale, and to then purchase a much simpler Laptop. Initially I got my computer for some intense gaming, but I've got a PS3, and to be fair, haven't played on an actual Computer Game in a long while now. Those games I would still play would no doubt work on a good Laptop.
Anyway, looking to get a rough estimate on just how much I could sell this system for.
Processor: Intel® Core™i7 Processor i7-920 (4 X 2.66GHz) 4.8GTs/8MB Cache Motherboard: ASUS® P6T DELUXE: DDR3, SATAII, 2 x PCI-e x16, 2 PCI, 1 x PCI-e x1 Memory (Ram): Change to 6GB CORSAIR XMS3 1333MHz (3x2GB) Graphics Card: 1024MB RADEON HD 4870 PCI Express + DVI Hard Drive (HDD): 500GB Seagate Maxtor Drive With 32MB Cache 1st DVD/BLU-RAY: 16x DVD-Rom & 52x CD-ROM Drive 2nd DVD/BLU-RAY: 22x DUAL LAYER LIGHTSCRIBE DVD WRITER +R/=RW/RAM Memory Card Reader: INTERNAL 52 IN 1 CARD READER (READS XD, MS, CF, SD, etc) Power Supply Unit (PSU): 600W Quiet Quad Rail PSU + 120mm Case Fan Processor Cooling: ASUS TRITON 81 PURE COPPER BASE ULTRA COOLER Sound Card: Sound Blaster® Audigy® SE with 7.1 Surround Sound Network Adaptor: WIRELESS N 300Mbps PCI CARD
Operating System: Genuine Windows Vista™ Home Premium 64 bit Edition + SP1, CD & Licence Mouse: Black Logitech® Premium Optical Mouse Speakers: LOGITECH S120 2.0 BLACK SPEAKER SYSTEM Keyboard: LOGITECH WAVE KEYBOARD Monitor: 22" Samgung SyncMaster T200
Also comes with 8 x USB 2.0 PORTS (6 REAR + 2 FRONT) and 2 x IEEE 1394a FIREWIRE PORTS (1 onboard, 1 at back panel).
Most of that stuff is pretty cheap now.
Naw, kow, As a whole package with monitor you could get 800 usd.
First, try to sell it higher (let's say: $900). If it doesn't sell for that much, try $800 or even $700. But IMHO $600 is a bit too small for this.
Yehyeah;5427396First, try to sell it higher (let's say: $900). If it doesn't sell for that much, try $800 or even $700. But IMHO $600 is a bit too small for this.
Yeah, that's pretty much the golden rule of selling things. Always start out a little higher than what you actually think you will get, that way it gives buyers more room to make offers, and more room for you to negotiate your price and try to meet them somewhere halfway.
You could probably get around $700 i would say, maybe a little more. A lot of people will pay more than what the individual parts are worth just because its already assembled and ready to use.
Used? got all the boxes? did you overclock and trash things?
I would go as high as 800$ and dicker to $750, no lower.(if I tried to sell it)
Appreciate all the feedback. :) I've got all the boxes, the CD's and other essentials, so packing wouldn't be a problem. I've looked after the system too (no over-clocking or anything), though I'd probably reset the system to default before I passed it on, save whoever buys it from having to uninstall a bunch of software that isn't wanted.
I believe (in total) the whole set cost me around £1500, ($2,368), and it's only a year or two old. How technology changes...
Then more, used items should be sold for one half, slightly more.
Didn't see a monitor.
Prob $700 or so.