Good Price to Sell a Gaming PC?

I want to sell my custom PC,so I'm asking what do you think would be a reasonable price for it. I'm thinking somewhere around $1300-$1600.

CPU- 3570k
GPU- 2GB Radeon HD 6950
RAM- Ripjawz x-Series 8GB
HDD- 1TB Samsung f3
Motherboard- ASrock exteam 4 z77
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  1. The components you listed don't even come to $800. All that's left is the Case/PSU, Optical drive and OS. Maybe another $200 and that's all new. I think you'd be lucky to get $700.

    -Wolf sends
  2. jordan2323 said:
    I want to sell my custom PC,so I'm asking what do you think would be a reasonable price for it. I'm thinking somewhere around $1300-$1600.

    CPU- 3570k ~215$, online sale price, higher than microcenter, slightly lower on average
    GPU- 2GB Radeon HD 6950 ~200$ brand new
    RAM- Ripjawz x-Series 8GB ~45$ depending on timing
    HDD- 1TB Samsung f3 75$ or was it 80$
    Motherboard- ASrock exteam 4 z77 ~130$



    total

    215+200+45+80+130= 670. that barely even past half way and you already named the most expensive parts in the build... and these are prices if the parts were brand new, and they would have warranty under then as resale would add an extra barrier on warranty because they would have to get in contact with you first.
  3. 1300 isn't going to happen unless you find a buyer without a brain.
  4. The power supply was a good one 800w bronze certified 90$ and the case was the rosewell Blackhawk like 90$ i think. I only had it for like a week. What do you guys think is fair $1000-$1100
  5. jordan2323 said:
    The power supply was a good one 800w bronze certified 90$ and the case was the rosewell Blackhawk like 90$ i think. I only had it for like a week. What do you guys think is fair $1000-$1100


    even with a good case and a 90$ psu, it still doesnt touch 1k$. the instant its used, it loses 10% of its value, and the longer you have it, the value starts to decrease.
  6. I would say its worth about $800.
  7. No. Price. Checks. Please.
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