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Would you pay $300 for this?

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by unsmart, Jul 29, 2007.

  1. unsmart

    unsmart New Member

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    I'm thinking about selling one of my PC's and was hoping to get $300 for it on ebay,The spec are.
    AMD 64 3700+ skt 939
    1gb pc3200 2.cl OCZ platinum
    MSI NF4/sli mobo with passive zalman NB heatsink
    2- x300 pci-e cards
    b11 wifi card
    Dual format DVD burner
    Enermax Noisetaker dual rail 320w
    Asus slim case

    I don't plan on selling the harddrive and I need to get a new cpu fan before I post it. If anyone has any input on low profile fans that aren't to much or to noisy, it would be helpful. I could also part it out if it would go for more. I'm just thinking about selling right now and would like to see what others think it's worth.
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    I wouldn't pay $300 for that
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    Price looks good. :toast: Maybe even more.
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    Not saying it's not worth that but realistically in todays market for a S939 system you are looking at 200-250 at best, you may get lucky tho, theres lots of un suspecting people eager to part with their well earned cash.....good luck!
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    unsmart New Member

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    Well let me rephrase it:ohwell: Do you think someone on Ebay would pay $300 for it?
    I wouldn't pay that much for it:laugh: but I don't think it's a horrible deal. Theres some good parts in it and I might upgrade on of the vid cards before listing. The $300 price is just what I need to build a new HTPC.
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    3991vhtes New Member

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    Try setting a reserve @ $250 or maybe less.
    then if ppl want it, they'll bid higher!

    w00t! my post count is half evil now! (333) :laugh:
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    Yes I think you have a chance of getting $300, as suggested, try a reserve of say $250 and hope for more, emphasise the good quality DDR and the overclocking ability of the chip etc.
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    Peeps are crazy $300 bucks ain't bad for that system, sli mobo, 939, 1 gig of ram, common , u could easily takes those cards out get a decent one throw it in there, and down the road throw another in there for an sli system.
    i mean what do u expect for 300 bucks?

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