How much is my PC worth?

Mouse: Logitech MX1000
Keyboard: Logitech G15

O/S: Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
Motherboard: ASUS PK5V
Processor: Intel Pentium Dual CPU E2220 @ 2.40 GHz
Wireless Adapter: Edimax 802.11n PCI Card
Graphics Card: nVidia GeForce GTX 260
Sound: Creative Sound Blaster x-Fi
Hard Drive: 232 GB
RAM: 4.00 GB


Thank you.
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  1. WHERE U PLANING TO SELL IT?
  2. eBay or a local person
  3. Probably alot less then you can imagine.

    Honestly for such an old system maybe $200 or so. As said you're better off trying to craiglist it and see if anyone bites.
  4. $200?

    The keyboard, mouse, graphics and case is worth more than that.
  5. From prices of new combo's from newegg, minus wear and tear, it would be about $200-300

    Hard thing about parts is their wear and tear. Electronics do malfunction, especially if there was any overclocking, proper cooling, and was used in a right place.
  6. Theres been no overclocking.
  7. check how much you'd run for it on newegg and take 60% of the total new price.

    thats prolly the max you can get for it.
  8. How do I check the price on new egg?

    BTW Guys, the case is Antec 900.

    I never mentioned.
  9. Rule of Thumb (revised) - Take your build cost and then subtract 10% .... then 5% for each month of age for 6 months (60% value at this point) ... then 10% for every 6 months thereafter.
  10. about 300 dollars. at best.

    people dont like to buy used PCs. it doesn't matter if you claim you've never overclocked or you've treated the parts well. very sensitive and expensive parts, people don't want to take the risk.
  11. You might be better off selling it as parts.
  12. jsc said:
    You might be better off selling it as parts.

    or just dont sell it. Just sell of the videocard and keep the box as a back up, server, give it to a relative or use it as media center. Or upgrade the CPU and use it as game box.
  13. Why do you want to sell it?
    I guess you want to build a better PC.

    Your reason is why others will not want to buy it much.

    I suggest you keep the parts that are useful for a new build, and sell the other parts on e-bay individually.

    Go to the completed auctions option and see what parts similar to yours have actually fetched.
    For example, a GTX260 used will fetch $110 to $160 depending on the model.
  14. geofelt said:
    Why do you want to sell it?
    I guess you want to build a better PC.

    Your reason is why others will not want to buy it much.

    I suggest you keep the parts that are useful for a new build, and sell the other parts on e-bay individually.

    Go to the completed auctions option and see what parts similar to yours have actually fetched.
    For example, a GTX260 used will fetch $110 to $160 depending on the model.


    Actually, no.
    I want to sell it to buy a multi gym.
  15. Considering you can get a better one with monitor for around $400 at walmart - the GPU, $200 if your lucky, $300 if you are a good car sales man, and are damn lucky. I say list it for $199 starting bid on ebay, and let it go for what ever it gets bid up to.
  16. It would be sold with my monitor, but I'm not sure of the model.

    And sold with 2.1 creative speakers.
  17. Hey guys in also wondering how much my computer is worth

    O/S: Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
    Motherboard: Asus P5KPL-C
    Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo CPU E8400 @ 3.00GHz
    Graphics Card: Palit Nvidia Geforce GTS 250
    Sound: integrated Realtek High Definition Audio
    Hard Drive: 500 GB
    RAM: 4 GB
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