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Discussion in 'System Builder's Advice' started by RometL, May 26, 2013.

  1. RometL

    RometL New Member

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    Hello , not sure if this is the right place to do it but i tried to find the best place.
    Anyway , i have a pc that i might want to sell someday .. and id like some advice on the pricing , the computer is very good condition but there is only one downside , the GPU fan is missing 2 fins which is causing a minor vibration.

    Check System Specs for information.

    Computer works really great , even plays some newer games which are well optimized
    Modern Warfare 3 , Dead Island, Colin McRae Dirt2 , Dead Space 3

    And here is the picture , ive held it like a baby ..always kept clean and taken care of

    http://www.upload.ee/image/3338238/IMG_0467.jpg

    Thanks !
     
  2. BarbaricSoul

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    Not sure about the market in Estonia, but here in the US, you'd have a hard time finding anyone to buy that computer. It's just terribly out dated. In the US, $50 is the most you'd get for it.
     
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    yeah :D tho i dont think its that cheap .. haha , even the ram cost more than your predicted price , trying to find someone who wants an oldschool 478 and AGP rig , sort of unique already im my opinion
     
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    Just because the RAM costs more than the $50 I think the whole computer is worth, doesn't mean people are buying it.
     
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