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My Pc and Monitor FS £640.00

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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months agoFeedback:6 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
I'm selling my pc, its an AMD Athlon X2 6000 with a nvidia 8800 gtx 768 Mb Graphics Card. It has 250 gb Hard drive, 2gb of ram and a dvd burner. comes with a 19" monitor.
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free shipping. price is ono
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months agoFeedback:6 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
overpriced in my opinion
#2
soz forgot to include. it comes with keyboard and mouse and wifi
#3
also includes a copy of cod4, i will also include my steam account in it which as team fortress 2 on it.
#4
way overpriced
#5
how much do you think i should sell it for?
#6
under £500
depends on monitor and things you should list more info ie what kind of motherboard what socket it has for cpu and also freq of ram as well
#7
sorry but i would sell it for about £380 ono or so mate.... .
#8
i was gonna say about £400 maximum
#9
Would you consider selling parts individually? I would be interested in the graphics card, but not the complete machine.

If so, how much would you be looking for, for the card alone?

Robbie
#10
You should look up all your parts on eBuyer (or another reputable source) and see what prices your individual items are now. You should then base your price on how old you've had it, how often you use it, and whether the parts have been overclocked etc. At a rough glance, I'd say that your PC is probably worth about £400, and this depends on what variables like what brand of RAM (inc. timings and frequency), brand and model number of your motherboard (inc. socket), brand of your 8800GTX, brand of hard drive (inc. cache size). You sort of get my drift. You do really need to inform the buyer of all little bits of information.

As a rough guideline, I've recently purchased a Core2Quad Q6600, Inno3D 8800GT Wind Edition, 4GB Corsair XMS2 RAM, and a Samsung Spinpoint 500GB hard drive for £560 delivered - All new. If I add a cheap 19" monitor to that, it's only another £100, so £660. So I hope this points you towards the right sort of price bracket.

Good luck with the sale !

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