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Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by 1nf3rn0x, May 21, 2012.

  1. 1nf3rn0x

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    Ok, I bought my new system, now to sell the old 775 parts that lie in my room.

    I'm trading in:
    Asus P5QL-SE
    4GB DDR2 Kingston 800MHZ Memory
    My trusty E7400

    They said $60. So, sell it to them, or part it out on Ebay?
     
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    Part it on ebay unless you just want it gone and quick cash.
     
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    lowball offer. - It could easily go for double that...
     
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    I´d say the chips worth that almost.... :eek:
     
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    Ebay it is, thanks all! :D
     
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    Yep definetly ebay. Youll probably end up doubling that $60.
     
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    I generally find store trade in normally give you half of what they will sell it for, if you want a quick buck it can be worthwhile otherwise you should always be able to sell it for more.
     
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    Selling it to a good friend for 80$ so he can run his MC server, I told him have to for $50 but he told me he knows its worth more and didn't want to feel slack so I'm happy !
     
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    ah yes, always good to "keep it in the family." :laugh:
     
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