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How much is my PC worth

I have a gaming pc it has a core i5 quad cpu an evga gt640 and asus motherboard and a SSD Please give me answers
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  1. What other components do you have? Case? PSU?
  2. Depending on the ssd size/wear etc, and ram speed, ram amount, I would value it at around 500$ if there is 8G ram, 400 if there is 4G ram. A gtx 640 is hardly powerful.
  3. beta212 said:
    Depending on the ssd size/wear etc, and ram speed, ram amount, I would value it at around 500$ if there is 8G ram, 400 if there is 4G ram. A gtx 640 is hardly powerful.


    So...4GB of used RAM is worth $100?? I think you're way off here, and we don't even know half of his components. Not a helpful valuation.
  4. the ssd size is 125gb and there is 8gb of ram and the graphics card works good on battlefield 3
  5. Max4mis said:
    the ssd size is 125gb and there is 8gb of ram and the graphics card works good on battlefield 3



    What case? What PSU?

    So far what you've mentioned is worth about $120 or so in used condition, but if you include more components it will help.
  6. I have an antec power supply 430 watts,and a 500 gb hard drive,a DVD drive and ill throw in battlefield 3
  7. and my case is a xcilio Blackhawk tower

    it has three fans cooler master heat sink,and has windows 7 professional,the processor speed is 3.30ghz
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    Max4mis said:
    and my case is a xcilio Blackhawk tower

    it has three fans cooler master heat sink,and has windows 7 professional,the processor speed is 3.30ghz


    That's helpful. I'd put your rig up for around $400, and see if you get any takers. If not, lower it a little bit; my guess is it might sell closer to $300...used, average PC stuff isn't super desireable. You could also try parting it out and selling the pieces separately if you don't have any luck. You've got some good things going for it (decent PSU, CPU, and SSD), but the graphics card is lacking so if someone buys it they will probably be buying it to upgrade it.

    And who knows, maybe you'll get more than you think. Good luck!
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