How much would you pay for this computer

OS: Windows 7 home premium (64 bit)
Processor: AMD Phenom II x6 1090t 3.7Ghz Overclock
Motherboard: ASUS Crosshair IV Formula AM3
Hard drives: OCZ- Agility 2 (60 GBytes), WDC WD5000AAK-00E4A0 (465 GBytes)
Video Card: (CROSSFIRE) 1x Sapphire Radeon 6850 (Watercooled), 1x HIS IceQ X Turbo AMD Radeon HD 6850 both 1024MB GDDR5 PCIe 2.1 x16 Video Card 6850s in Crossfire, Swiftech Universal gpu water block.
Memory: 2x 2GBytes DominatorGT DDR 2000, 2x 4 GBytes XMS3 corsiar DDR3 2000. (AIR COOLED) 12GB total.
Power Supply: Corsair Series 850 Watt ATX 12 V Modular Power Supply
Case: Antec Lanboy Blue
Cooling: Corsair Swiftech H20-220 Edge Liquid Cooling Kit, Apogee XT Intel Water Block. 12 120mm fans LED.
CD drive: LG GH22LP21 22x Internal IDE Super-Multi Drive with LightScribe Direct Disc Labeling OEM

Couple of questions. Would this computer run Guild Wars 2 on max settings with decent FPS at 1980 Res?

Also will this run 2 monitors?
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  1. Should be able to, and yes.
  2. how much would you pay for this?
  3. i'd give about $500, it's used, it's an AMD based PC, that SSD is so-so, the ram is just bollocks (NEVER couple sticks of different sizes, models, speed);
    SLI never really gives the same performance as a single GPU and .. is one of them watercooled?? does the system come with a WC loop?
    $600 if the guy is your friend. sorry but it just ain't worth more. (unless there's a WC loop in there. then it all depends)
  4. Yes on the water cool loop. 825 is the pricr
  5. nah. you can build a serious machine with $800.

    it won't have two graphics cards, but it will have a way better CPU, and in the end the framerates you will see will be better..

    any z75/z77 mobo
    mushkin chronos enhanced SSD
    a 500w~600w PSU
    CM 212EVO
    16gigs of ram .. any will do. ram is cheap.

    mind you, it's not a bad PC; shame is that the new Ivy Bridge CPUs are simply so much better .. since they came out, they make $800 seem like a mountain of money.

    (and last, don't underestimate the pleasure of building a PC)
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