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Discussion in 'System Builder's Advice' started by Elmo, Nov 29, 2012.

  1. Elmo

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    i5 2400
    h67ma ud2h-b3
    corsair force 3 60 gb ssd
    500 gb hdd
    gtx 460- evga 1gb
    8 Gb ddr3
    cm 650w 80+
    samsung dvd rw odd
    samsung 21.5 inch led 1920x1080 hdmi
    cm elite 430 black window

    Want to get rid of my rig but i dont know how much to sell it for :s
    Someone offered me 200 us for mobo+cpu+psu.
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    Hard to say for the entire system. If you want this thread to be legit, you will have to add pictures with your handwritten name, or it will be deleted.

    Part it out, and do some research on each individual part. I would guess that those components are worth more than $200.
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    Its a legit thread and im not selling it on this forum . Im selling it locally in my country i just want to know what you guys think its actually worth :| or what you would pay for it roughly .. i think 1,000 Us is out of question? since u can build a new IB system within that right?
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    That is just it, you will need to post it in the General Hardware forum, not here. This forum has very specific rules.

    I am sure a mod will be nice and move it any time now....
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    Didn't know it was the wrong place to ask for appraisal :(
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    Don't worry about it. Part it out though you will get more. Check E bay completed listing for prices
    Elmo says thanks.
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    i5 2400 $120
    h67ma ud2h-b3 $45
    corsair force 3 60 gb ssd $35-40
    500 gb hdd $35-50 depending on brand/model
    gtx 460- evga 1gb $80-95?
    8 Gb ddr3 $25-35 depending on brand/model
    cm 650w 80+ $50-65 depending on model
    samsung dvd rw odd $15
    samsung 21.5 inch led 1920x1080 hdmi $90-100
    cm elite 430 black window $35-40

    as a package $550 for quick sale $600 for x-mas sale?
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    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    thread did not belong in the FS section. Once you figure out what you want to do, you can list it there following the proper procedure;)
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    as a system i appraise it at $300. $325 for part-out.

    edit: didnt see it included monitor
    Last edited: Nov 29, 2012
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    I would say $350-400 if you get a GOOD buyer due to the cpu and gpu being from midrange of the older generations and the mobo/cpu not supporting overclocking.
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    ^You can overclock the i5-2400 a little bit (I had one that I ran at 3.6ghz), although I am not sure about what that motherboard supports.

    I think $450-$550 for the entire setup is fair, but given your location I am not sure how easy that would be to get done.
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    I believe the h67 chipset doesn't support overclocking though I could be wrong.
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    thanks for all the comments i guess selling it in the 500-600 range is reasonable. :s i already got an offer for 450 usd maybe ill just negotiate :D
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    bump him to 500 and run with it.
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    I don't have an appraisal, but I just wanted to point out that this guy is in Malaysia. IIRC, prices are usually inflated over there.
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    yup. i mean, that is a nice rig, but here in the US you would be lucky to get $350 for it due to all of the cheapskates and low ballers. parting it out is a pain but you usually get a little more.

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