How Much Do You Think My Pc Is Worth?

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  1. m4sterchi3f

    m4sterchi3f Senior Member

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    Well I wanted to sell my current PC and buy a new one but I wanted to know how much you think it is worth so I can get a range for a sale price. Here are the specs:

    256MB Nvidia Geforce 6800 GTO
    Intel Pentium 4 @ 3.0 GHz with HTT and 1MB Cache
    2GB PC4200 DDR2 Ram (2x1GB Dimms)
    15in Flat Panel Monitor
    Sound Blaster Audigy 2 THX Sound Card
    16x DVD/CD-Rom Reader Drive
    16x DVD+r/DL/CD Burner
    Standard Keyboard/Mouse
    2.1 Speakers with SubWoofer
    250W Power Supply
    Microsoft Encyclopedia 1004
    Word Perfect Productivity Pack
    Money 2004 Standard
    Intel --- 1000 Integrated PCI NIC Card
    56K PCI Data Fax Modem
    3,5in Floppy Drive
    Intel Motherboard
    USB 2.0 (2 in front, 4 in back)
    Firewire Port
    160 GB SATA HDD 7200rpm
    Legitimate Windows XP Home Edition

    That it for now but if I think of something I missed, I will add it. Thanks for your help in advance.
     
  2. xlink

    xlink GR's Tech Enthusiast

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    I'd say $500-550ish
     
  3. azn_rebel99

    azn_rebel99 Well-Known Member

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    yup. around 600 dollars max. i would love to take that hdd of ur hands :D
     
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    500-700(if your a good salesman :P)
     
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    .infeQion Well-Known Member

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    yeah i also think it would be in that range if 500-650
     
  6. m4sterchi3f

    m4sterchi3f Senior Member

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    Well I was hoping it would be worth more because the one I was looking at was $1500. I guess that a $600 discount isn't bad though. Anybody else have an opinion?

    Ok I updated the specs which should give everyone a better understanding.
     
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    700-800 if you can find someone. If you get bored and get no offers then offer it for 600.
     
  8. DemonFace.24

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    500-600 but when ur seeling it ry to sell for a higher price will be better for you .
     
  9. Phritz

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    850$ Max, 999 if you're lucky, aorund 700 average
     
  10. xlink

    xlink GR's Tech Enthusiast

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    well maybe a year and a half ago...





    256MB Nvidia Geforce 6800 GTO - $65
    Intel Pentium 4 @ 3.0 GHz with HTT and 1MB Cache $65
    2GB PC4200 DDR2 Ram (2x1GB Dimms) $85
    15in Flat Panel Monitor $70
    Sound Blaster Audigy 2 THX Sound Card $50
    16x DVD/CD-Rom Reader Drive $20
    16x DVD+r/DL/CD Burner $25
    Standard Keyboard/Mouse $10
    2.1 Speakers with SubWoofer $20
    250W Power Supply $15
    Microsoft Encyclopedia 1004 $0
    Word Perfect Productivity Pack 0
    Money 2004 Standard $0
    Intel --- 1000 Integrated PCI NIC Card
    56K PCI Data Fax Modem
    3,5in Floppy Drive $10
    Intel Motherboard $30-100 depending on what it is(all the shid above and below is integrated into it FYI)
    USB 2.0 (2 in front, 4 in back)
    Firewire Port
    160 GB SATA HDD 7200rpm $60
    Legitimate Windows XP Home Edition $90

    then add in $30 for a case
    and a heatsink for $20
    I'm assuming you have an OEM system which is incapable of overclocking etc. with the standard ----ty components.

    665 - IF the arts were new and unused.
    so my first guestimate was off slightly
    revision $550-700 depending on how stupid a client you can find

    i mean i hate to break ti to you but... i'm even being generous...

    http://configure.us.dell.com/dellstore/con...c=DDCWCA1&s=dhs
    add a $100 GFX card and $100 worth of RAM and you've got a machine for $550 with double the graphics power 2GB RAM(which is moderately faster) and a moderately faster CPU...
     
  11. FNS

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    My dad works for Comcast and he said about $600-750
     
  12. xlink

    xlink GR's Tech Enthusiast

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    he works for a company which no longer exists?

    that's the upper bound you'de have to find someone who is very uneducated to buy that at that price.
     
  13. IonMirage

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    comcast exists I think your thinking about compaq
    but one from comcast is a lower opinion than one from compaq
     
  14. xlink

    xlink GR's Tech Enthusiast

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    last time I checked, they were effectively bought out by AOL Time Warner in much the same way AMD bought ATi...
     
  15. Coolguy

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    yea, comcast was bought out by time warner cable
     

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