I'm looking to upgrade to a new computer, and there isn't anything obvious I can do with my old computer (i.e. I don't need a second computer, no family etc. happen to need a computer).
I'm wondering if selling it is a viable option. I bought it as a pre-built from HP 2 years ago. Right now everything still works fine. I'm wanting to upgrade for PC gaming, but otherwise the computer is still very good (probably as good as computers I find at my uni).
How do you calculate a reasonable price? Do you take the original RPP, and -x% for each year? Or should I try to add up the parts, in terms of how much it would cost now to buy it?
What's a good way to sell a computer? Like does eBay work for this kind of thing? Or do people commonly sell parts to shops / swap meet shops? etc. Any advice would be appreciated.
+1 to geofelt....noone is gion to want to buy an old computer...or it would be hard to find one at best...fyi...never sell your hdds if you put banking info or anything like that....when you "wipe" the hdd there is still info on it...to the average person they would never know how to retrieve that info but hey the cops do it all the time when they seize computers