Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by odameyer, Mar 19, 2010.
about $850 all together
I doubt it'll sell for 850. Just part it out.
Ummm, with everything listed, ask for $1000 to $1100, at least.
You could probably start higher and let 'em talk you down, someone will jump on it.
I'd say $900~$1100.
I was thinking $950 without keyboard. Keyboard is about another $50.
Really grab them; list an OS, some software and throw in a game or two.
Gotta throw in a mouse.
good luck selling it. The CL in my area sucks. I could offer my computer in sig for ten bucks and no one would buy it
850-1000$ would be my guess, it depends where you live though
I've seen lesser systems on my Craigslist for around a thousand bucks.
The question is: Do people end up paying those thousand bucks for those systems?
On Craigslist, everyone is a computer-illiterate fool who overvalues their stuff--or a geek trying to scam them.
I'm a bitter Brit. I sold a GTX295 for £200 and the rest of my system (4GB, 160GB HDD, OS incl, E8400@3Ghz, 680W Hiper PSU, Thermaltake Soprano case etc) went for £200 (with crappy 17" monitor, ancient 7950GT gfx card, keyboard and mouse)
I dont think there's a massive market for 2nd hand pc's. I did figure i'd have got more on e-bay (which i hate) selling separately.
Good luck with it tho.
YEAH 850 SOUNDS RIGHT
I tried to sell my rig for $1000 on CL no replies and i have i5/5870/raid/lian li/23" x1080/games/g15 etc.. hard to sell complete rigs these days
I always think its hard to sell a custom built PC for what its actually worth (even if it is a nice system like yours), unless you sell it to a friend or family member.
It may be worth parting it out
parting out is the only way to make $ back and get it sold fast
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