Is this pc any good?

Hello. I'm currently trying to trade a fat PS3 with 50+ games and loads of accessories (cost me over £2000 in total).
Somebody has asked if I would trade for a PC. Unfortunately, I don't have a clue if the PC is worth the trade or not! I honestly don't think that the spelling on the email is correct either! The description is as follows:
Cooler Master 2.1 Dual Core, 6gb RAM, Micro star international p35 ms7345 Mainboard, nvidea geforce 880 gt 512mb, hx 520 modul power corsair, 500gb hdd.
Any help greatly appreciated!
Thanks.
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  1. some shitt over there...i dont think its event worth 150 pounds lol...
  2. Really?! Glad I asked, cheers!
  3. no, that is about a 5-6 year old pc. You wouldnt be able to run the latest games very well on it.
  4. Thanks for the help guys. I googled a few things and a lot did seem dated (reviews from 2007 etc!).

    Thanks again.
  5. Hi guys, I've had another offer. Is this much the same, or possibly worth it? Help appreciated!

    Intel core2 duo cpu q6600 at 2.40hz
    2G ram (room for more)
    ati radeon hd 5700 series
    gaming pc case
    ezcool 900w power supply
    400gb hdd
  6. *** either...old generation cpu..not even 1 stat impressed me...some old parts..
  7. Yeah but be realistic a used ps3 with 50 used and old games i reckon if you get £200 you re going to be very lucky
  8. Thanks for advice but I'd value it at more than £200. Most of the games are from 2012 and there's a huge accessories pack (surround sound chair, 750gb hdd, steering wheels, pads etc). I do appreciate the feedback though, thanks.

    The next offer is as follows (decent or not?):


    Windows 7 Ultimate
    Amd athlon 64 processer 3500+ 2.20 GHz
    500GB hdd
    3GB ram - can take ddr2 or ddr3 ram - upgradeable to 16gb
    32bit operating system
    Rage HDMI graphics card
    2 dvd drives, 1 is a multi recorder and one is dvd+

    Thanks for any advice.
  9. ^ far far worse
  10. Yep, quick hierarchy of cpus and gpus are here on toms, and always be wary when trading for used anything.

    GPU Hierarchy:

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-graphics-card-review,3107-7.html

    CPU Hierarchy:

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-cpu-review-overclock,3106-5.html
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