Selling a mid-to-high spec pc 5 replies

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Wudustan

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#1 8 years ago

I've had my performance pc for a year now, and quite frankly i'm beginning to regret ever getting it. not really that bothered about games anymore i guess and going to uni next year, doubt i'll have the will to lug it all the way there, so im gonna sell it. how do i go about it in the united kingdom other than ebay which i really don't wana do? does anyone know of sites/ shops that buy parts, or 'barebones' pc's or something similar.




kow_ciller

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#2 8 years ago

overclock.net has alot of chumps that will pay overpriced amounts for hardware

might also want to try anandtech and xs.

but your only real chance to get any decent amount for your computer is if you part it out and sell piece by piece.




*The.Doctor

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#3 8 years ago

What are you specs? We might be able to give you a rough idea of what you could expect to get for it.




Chocu1a

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#4 8 years ago

Another site is Guru3d.com, but you need to have around 40 posts to get into the sale section.




Von II

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#5 8 years ago
Count_Chocu1a;5221177Another site is Guru3d.com, but you need to have around 40 posts to get into the sale section.

And 100 posts an 10 rep on OCN.

(or something like that)




kow_ciller

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#6 8 years ago

35 rep on OCN, but thats a piece of cake if you spam peoples thread posts. everyone gives tons of rep.