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Could someone help give me a fair price to pay for the computer setup....

neilquane Avatar
8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
The spec is as follows;

INTEL DUAL CORE 2 x 3160 MHZ
2 GIG RAM
NEW NIVIDIA GEFORCE 9600 GT GRAPHICS CARD 512MB RAM DUAL MONITOR HD DVD
ATHEROS L1 GIGABIT ETHERNET 10/100/1000BASE-T CONTROLLER
7 USB PORTS WITH VARIOUS MEMORY CARD READERS
NEW P5K SE/EPU ENERGY SAVING MOTHERBOARD
SATA 450 GIG HARD DRIVE
RAID CONTROLER
REALTEK HIGH DEFINITION AUDIO
LG LIGHT SCRIBE DVD WRITER

Thanks
Neil
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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#1
If its new around £300-£400
#2
Cheers Bleetplek, its a second hand unit.
#3
What CPU model is it? Could potentially be a Pentium D from your description which is so much worse than a Core 2 Duo.... The 450GB HDD is also a bit weird - 500GB is far more common, any idea what make/model/age it is?

Second hand I'd say its worth well less than £250 but depends on the more detailed specs...
#4
£170 i would say
#5
Is this spec ok for a general day to day computer with the odd piece of gaming, or is the quad core that was posted yesterday a good deal?
#6
I'll offer 2 bucks....and a verrrry nice Casio? :whistling:

Dunno, but if all newish components and in good condition then a couple of hundered if not just over that mark.
#7
If its second hand I`d sday arounf £200-£250
#8
jah128
What CPU model is it? Could potentially be a Pentium D from your description which is so much worse than a Core 2 Duo....


Yeah, there's a big difference. 2 x 3.16Ghz could be an E8500 (good) but it could also be an older Pentium D.

If it's an E8500 then you're probably looking at around £400 new, or £450 if it has a genuine copy of vista (there isn't one listed). Second hand price depends on the warranty, if it's less than a month of two old It should be fairly close to the new price. I'd say it's certainly £250+ though.

If it's a Pentium D I'd probably avoid it

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