a psu and a gpu determines half your system value,if you haven got a name brand psu take the price of your gpu and three quarters your cpu value and sell it for double that price if you got an igp take the price of your ram and cpu double that ,i find this system to work for me
What ever happened to... So wut do ya think I kud get fur this her thang? *spit*
im still a poor college student... so im trying to figure out how much i could get without ripping off my rich morgan stanley friend....
You're poor, he's not.... $500 and see if he counter offers with $450. Then you can say "sure cause we're buds". You get $50 more than what you thought. He thinks he got a deal... Everyone's happy. If he is ok with $500 so be it.
It's only 6 months old and if you built it yourself you can always include a little labor in the "value" of the system. I always do that. Hey I built it for $500, but I built it so lets say $200 labor, and comparable PC from Dell is like $800. So lets say new it's worth $700 not $500. It's a year old, so I sell it for $350, half the "price" of it. Because think of it this way... if you sold just the parts, NOT assembled, they don't know how to build the thing. So the value is more than just the parts. My time is valuable... Oh wait.. I think I should be working right now.