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How much should i ask for my PC?

kobirulali Avatar
8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
Spec is as follows

Dell Dimention E520 (ordered thanks to MikeT)
19" Widescreen GNR (Advent) Monitor (Sold original 19" 4:3 Dell Monitor)
Intel Core2Duo E4300
2GB RAM
250GB Hard Drive
1 x Pioneer 212 SATA DVD Drive (added later)
1 x LG SATA DVD Drive (original)
Internal Memory Card Reader (added later)
4.1 Quadro Sound System
Built in Wireless (added later, atheros chipset)
Microsoft Keyboard and Optical Mouse Wired

If i get any decent offers i'll ask for this to be moved, just want to know the price for now please. Cheers
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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
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#1
Prob £300 cos of the monitor.
#2
Forgot to say it's super quiet, can be made into a media centre PC if you buy a graphics card! Oh and it looks like this googled image:

http://www.rixcomputermagic.com/img/image004.jpg
#3
deathtrap3000
Prob £300 cos of the monitor.


You think i can really ask for that? I'm bad at these things, i sold an xbox 1 for £80 cos i softmodded it with xbmc!
#4
Well that spec pc goes for less than £300 new, but thats without the monitor. You could get more though.
#5
I think £300 is pretty optimistic to be honest, you could probably get better spec brand new shopping about... All depends where you are thinking of selling I guess but I'd be surprised if you got much more than £200 for it here. Don't mean to be brutal, just honest opinion...
#6
yeah the specs arent that great just the desktop price would be 150-200
#7
Cheers for that guys, i'll start off about 300ish when i try flogging it to people tommorrow.
#8
Systems like this, except with 8600GT graphic cards, usually sell for around £200 on Gumtree. The parts themselves aren't worth a great deal more first-hand - the CPU's about £50, mobo around £40, RAM about £20, HDD about £30, case about £20, mouse and keyboard about a tenner. The monitor's only about £90, so to build something similar but with full warranty on parts, you're looking at about £250. Plus anything I've missed out.

Go for £300 certainly, but if you can't get more than £200 for it, don't feel too let down.
#9
dxx
Systems like this, except with 8600GT graphic cards, usually sell for around £200 on Gumtree. The parts themselves aren't worth a great deal more first-hand - the CPU's about £50, mobo around £40, RAM about £20, HDD about £30, case about £20, mouse and keyboard about a tenner. The monitor's only about £90, so to build something similar but with full warranty on parts, you're looking at about £250. Plus anything I've missed out.

Go for £300 certainly, but if you can't get more than £200 for it, don't feel too let down.


Will take that info on board :thumbsup:

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