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    how much do you think i could sell this and where?

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    zapjb's Avatar Computer Abuser BT Rep: +3
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    If it's new. $550-$600 + shipping & insurance. Some boob on ebay.

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    it was so pointless for me to build this computer =) lol i spent so much more on the parts, =) its pretty new I built it like a month ago? I dont use it, it just sits in a corner

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    zapjb's Avatar Computer Abuser BT Rep: +3
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    Sell it on ebay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zapjb
    If it's new. $550-$600 + shipping & insurance. Some boob on ebay.
    awwww.....come on
    they don't have to be a total boob do they?

    actually I don't think $500-600 is that bad of an asking price
    it's a nice system
    only drawbacks I can see is:
    6200TC....a gamer probably wouldn't want it
    no burner....well, that can be remedied cheaper than the vid card

    itemize your purchases that you put into it,
    get a total and come up with a fair markdown (due to it being used)
    and ask around that amount, just be prepared to do some dickering

    this is what I come up with, mostly newegg + google:
    (I've left out the floppy & rom, don't they give those away now? )

    vid card = ~$50? (newegg doesn't list that card, but the TCs seem to be around 50-60 bucks)
    mobo = ~$130
    PSU = ~$100
    CPU = ~$150
    RAM = ~$170
    HDD = ~$100
    case = ~$45

    total = $745 USD
    it is used, but hopefully not abused
    I'd mark it down to about $650 and see how it goes
    maybe you get what you ask, maybe you squeeze $550-600 out of it

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    ill buy a couple of the parts if you give me a good offer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by suprafreak6
    ill buy a couple of the parts if you give me a good offer...
    lol i don't think he wants to sell parts, he wants to sell the whole system.
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    yea lol, me n my friend split it we bought it for $850, n the price actually seemed to go up for the parts instead of down

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    or u know not ebay lol, find somb n00b in ur city, or thru ur friends, or w/e, sell it to him/her for same price or maybe 50-100 dollars less than what u guys built it for. that way, no shipping and handling, and if ur a nice guy, u can help whoever u sold it to to set it up properly and help if it ever breaks or w/e. i never sell my comp. parts online, imo, its much better to either:

    a) sell it to someone u know, such as a friend, family, etc. they won't complain, they're gettin a discount lol
    b) sell it to someone in ur vicinity

    im selling 2 512 sticks to my friend in february for 100 bucks, not bad considering they're low latency sticks, PC3200. original price = 180ish. can't wait to get my new computer

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpt_azad
    or u know not ebay lol, find somb n00b in ur city, or thru ur friends, or w/e, sell it to him/her for same price or maybe 50-100 dollars less than what u guys built it for. that way, no shipping and handling, and if ur a nice guy, u can help whoever u sold it to to set it up properly and help if it ever breaks or w/e. i never sell my comp. parts online, imo, its much better to either:

    a) sell it to someone u know, such as a friend, family, etc. they won't complain, they're gettin a discount lol
    b) sell it to someone in ur vicinity

    im selling 2 512 sticks to my friend in february for 100 bucks, not bad considering they're low latency sticks, PC3200. original price = 180ish. can't wait to get my new computer
    Right. Like selling too expensive to a 12 year old neighbor.

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