I started my new hobby a few months back building PC' and selling them. I finnaly got a bit of spare cash and decided to build a high end gaming PC but am having problems selling this PC as it is a bit more expensive than he others:
Intel I7 3770K 4.2ghz
Antec Kúhler H2O 920 CPU Watercooler S775, 1155, 1156, 1366, AM2, AM3, AM2+, AM3+ (CPU water cooler)
MSI Z77A-GD80, Intel Z77, S 1155, DDR3, SATA III - 6Gb/s, SATA RAID, PCIe 3.0 (x16), D-Sub (VGA)/ DisplayPort/ HDMI, ATX
8GB (2x4GB) Corsair DDR3 Dominator Platinum, PC3-22400 (2800), Non-ECC Unbuffered, CAS 12-14-14-36, DHX, XMP, DF2, 1.65V (Very Very fast RAM)
Antec 1200 Twelve Hundred (V3 with USB3.0) Ultimate Gaming Case
The machine runs very Quick and runs nearly every game on highest graphics a 1920 x 1080 resolution (Full HD) all parts have warranty on them (lengths of warranty depend on the part) machine has not ben used but has bee booted and tested plus BIOS configured for overclocking and RAID
Operating system can be installed (windows 7 ultimate normally with office 2010 proffesional included in price)
I am looking for around £2000 for this machine shipping will depend upon where you want it delivered.
Please post below if your are interested or have any questions.
Yeah .... hate to be the bearer of bad news but your build can be built in the U.S for about $1700 USD. Your build in the U.S for example would be worth roughly 1072 pounds. You wont make alot on the high end, people who would spend the kind of cash your asking would buy from a premium botique such as Digital Storm. And for the amount your asking the vast majority of people whom use the site could build a much bigger much faster more personalized PC.
Also ....please dont be dishonest. The majority of the computer is used (for months) not just for testing......based on your post from October 19th last year. I find it funny both builds have the exact same case/cpu/mobo/ram/ssd's/HD/DvD drives ...seeing as your computer is used i'd say youd be lucky to get half of what you're asking.
(Taken from one of your earlier posts.)
My set up is:
Antec 1200 USB3 dominator case (plenty of cooling)
Intel core i7 3770k
Corsair dominator platinum ram 8GB (2x4GB) 1863Mhz
2 pioneer DVD R/W 24x
2 intel SSD drives 120GB (RAID 0)
2TB western digital cavier black edition
ASUS GTX 660TI
Corsair Heat Sink (keeps CPU at 31 degrees idle)
Corsair 1200w Gold Power Supply (93% efficient
Also -- Warranties on most parts are not transferable between parties (unless you are a certified reseller of their components) so in order to attempt warranty repair the buyer would wind up having to send the parts back to you for you to return to the manufacturer (assuming you still have your original purchase receipt and registered the warranty) -- wait for you to get the item back from the manufacturer and then ship back to the buyer which pretty much makes any warranty useless (considering it's doubtful you'll want to pay shipping to the manufacturer and shipping back to the buyer, so figure the buyer is going to have to pay 3x the normal shipping cost to get any repair (not to mention having to trust you to actually resend the parts back in a timely manner up to a year or 2 after purchase !!)
tempa you have a nice looking build there to sell. That being said you will need to list it complete on ebay or part it out here.
Rule of thumb on prices here at least 40% off of new when selling used.