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[FS] Selling my computer to a friend Need appraisal. . .

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by petepete, Jun 14, 2008.

  1. petepete

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    I really need advice, the specs on the left side is the computer im probably going to sell. he offered 250 for it and he isn't very computer smart and neither am i. i dont want to rip him off at all but I want something for my once 2000$ build.. what price should i put it at? only the computer not the monitor or anything else
     
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    the one in ur specs?
     
  3. petepete

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    yes
     
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    i think its the right price.
     
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  5. Easy Rhino

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    $250 seems fair.
     
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    Yeah, $250 sounds fair!
     
  7. petepete

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    thanks for the fast replies guys i really appreciate it
     
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    Meh, you should ask for 325.
     
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    what is this the price is right? $300 is more than enough.

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    My vote is $250 ;)

    But no warranty. :laugh:
     
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    I would say $310 because you have Zalman coolers and good psu.
     
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    agree with that. I just sold my P4 rig with a 2.53ghz P4 socket 478 Geforce MX 440 AGP,512mb+256mb ram Antec 300w PSU 500gb hdd for $150
     
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    I say $300 easy. If he was to part it and sell here, he would get that much. My $.02;)
     
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    Seems like a fair price. I just bought a Media Center PC with similar specs (HTPC case / Bigger HDD) for Ā£150 (~$300)
     
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