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Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by killbot4000, Jun 21, 2007.

  1. killbot4000 New Member

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    pentium d 915 3.0ghz
    2gb 1x1gb ddr26400 gskill ram
    400 gb wd sata harddrive
    2X dual layer dvd rewriters
    x1650 512mb graphics card regular saphire nothing special just x1650
    abit aw8d crossfire motherboard
    black case with a window NZXT crafted gaming case
    5.1 surround card audiomax
    psu 465 watt safe power
    monitor 21 flatscreen p260 ibm its huge crt but its pretty nice for gaming
    ok let me know whatt you thing thanks i honestly dont care just be honest
    oh and by the way i bought it all for 750 canadian so just let me know also if that was decent enough deal
    oh and im selling
     
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    If I were you I would go and look at similar systems being sold on E-bay or wherever you are planning on selling the system. Either that or you can go see what all those parts are selling for new, at a reasonably priced location, and knock off about 1/4-1/3 of that price.
     
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    That's a nice system to me. You can run Windows Vista and a bunch of new games (I assume you have the Pro or XT version of your VGA) at decent speeds.

    Of course the system WORTH IT when it FULLY fills your needs....so, what you're gonna do with that PC?, anyway It stands on the today standards but It will be usefull to know for what purposses was made it.

    Saludos!!!!
     
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    Maybe I don't catch your point..........you're wanna selling those parts, already have them or you want to buy them????
     
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    I would quote you $500-600. Reason being as you leave too many things vague, such as 5.1 surround card, there are quite a few, the x1650 for instance, there's a big difference between a Pro variant and an XT variant performance wise, and I'm sure price wise. What variation of PC6400 G.Skill memory? HZ with D9's? Black case with a window, unless it's an old case, or very modified, many have the brand name on them somewhere, and some even have the model number variation. You also have no mention of a PSU. All that stuff is okay-decent, but you have a big paperweight without a PSU. On second thought, and no offense, but without more specifics, maybe $400 would be more fair. But a few revisions in your list to clarify model/part numbers, variations, spec's etc, and that could be increased by a lot.

    I hope I helped, take this as constructive critism if any, which I do not meant to offend you, but if you wanna ask a PC Enthusiast forum how much that build? list of components? costs, you need to let us know exactly what you have or were thinking of buying, or well...who knows, and since you don't care, who knows why you posted it, but I would be interested to see the revised list if you cared to do so. :toast:
     
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    Well, I'd say still probably around $500-600 US Dollars, so that would be pretty close to what you paid. But remember, most items lose 15+% value once the package is opened, and it gets worse once it's had electricity ran through it, unless there's a demand and low to no stock of product.

    Thanks for udpating your list, sorry it took me a while to get to your thread I was updating my guide (link in sig). I hope that helps. Another question, was it a pre-built system or did you build it yourself?

    Also, for future reference, when listing PC components, check my system spec's, if you can list your components like that for price check/selling/help etc, if will give a more definative answer to your question, plus if selling it shows that you know what you're doing and have knowlege to back it up. :toast:
     

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