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How much is my system worth to sell

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September 25, 2011 1:18:02 AM

im wanting to sell my current system and go for a LAG 1155 system and 3 graphics much is my system worth to list on e-bay....

i7 100% stable and runs cool
evga E770 classi motherboard
6G corsiar 2000mhz 8-9-8 1T ram 3x2G sticks
msi gtx 580 twin frozor III card clocked @ 1000mhz core 2250mhz ram clock. 100% stable runs cool
Silverstone 1500w strider power supply
ocz 120G ocz revo drive
100g g skill ssd
60g ocz agility 3 ssd
500G seagate hybrid ssd\hdd
evga ecp pannel
120.3 radiator
140.1 radiator
xspc dual bay resivour
swiftech mcp655 pump pump top
corsiar 800D case with window
windows 7 included
lots of games included

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September 25, 2011 1:45:47 AM

Around 2500-3000$ , anyway it is not wise to switch to 1155 if you truly have the current system. your current rig is really nice and doesn't need an upgrade, at least not yet.
September 25, 2011 2:00:49 AM

thanku for your helpfull advice !!!
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September 25, 2011 2:07:59 AM

i totaled up all the components to your system (less everything below the water cooling system) and got roughly $2500.00. So what you have there is probably a system that exceeds $3000.00 easy.

Depending upon how you list the PC, and how large the market is for the 3000.00 plus computer will determine how much you could get for the product.

September 25, 2011 2:10:05 AM

Generally the price for a used system is 50-80% of its original value, yours was quite expensive originally from the looks of it, today i would probably value it at about 1800-2500 depending on the buyer.
September 25, 2011 2:14:24 AM

Selling that system to build a 1155 system would be a foolish move, the biggest selling point of sandy bridge systems is the performance to price ratio, but seeing as how you already own a monster 1366 system, you would actually be taking a step back in overall power and capability. It would not be a wise move.
September 25, 2011 2:20:41 AM

You already have a great system, I would at least wait for Ivy Bridge (LGA2011), not switch to LGA1155; moreover, I wouldn't sell the whole rig, I would just switch CPU, MB and possibly the CPU waterblock if you cannot reuse it with the new socket (and maybe RAM).

Selling the remaining part to buy them again will only make you loose money; if you want to sell an all-in-one system then I would suggest you get entry-level parts to "replace" the ones you keep as nobody in their right mind would spend 2000$ for a LGA1366 platform unless they need a 6 core platform and cannot wait for IB.