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How much would you pay? EVGA Rig.

I wanna know what someone would pay for my rig if I were to put it up for sell. I don't wanna look like a fool selling my PC more than what it is worth. All posts are appreciated .

Intel Core 2 Quad q9650 3.00GHz
Gskill PI 8 GB DDR2 800 MHz ram
EVGA Nforce 750 sli FTW Motherboard
Nvidia Geforce GTX 660 2GB Graphics card
Ultra 600 Watt PSU
AZZA Solano 1000 Black Case
Hitachi Deskstar 1 TB HDD
Zalman Copper Heatsink seated with Artic Silver

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  1. I would say around $350 ish..but who know what someone else would pay.
  2. I would push 400-500
  3. you might get more parting it out too.
  4. Do I need scores to prove the power of this system?
  5. Best answer
    QuinnTheOnly said:
    Do I need scores to prove the power of this system?


    Not for us you don't. (if you post it on craigslist or ebay that may help sell it thou) We all more then understand what it's capable of.

    The reason your getting lower budget prices is a used computer just isn't worth much. As soon as you build it and use it. It drops in value (usually by about half). Just like when you drive a new car off the lot. You may have paid 35k for that car but once those tires roll onto the street don't expect more then 18k from a dealership for trade in value.
  6. i doubt on here you would..maybe on craigslist or ebay.
  7. Totally understand.
  8. Without the GPU I might pay around 250 ish, add on whatever that gpu is selling for used. But uh, I'm a cheap guy and that proc is aging a bit, not to mention if you wanted to upgrade it you would have to drop 300 bucks on a mobo + i5.
  9. 400 would be my limit.
    300 is where I would like to pay for it.
  10. mouse24 said:
    Without the GPU I might pay around 250 ish, add on whatever that gpu is selling for used. But uh, I'm a cheap guy and that proc is aging a bit, not to mention if you wanted to upgrade it you would have to drop 300 bucks on a mobo + i5.

    I'll probably some day soon just do what you said and sell my old mobo and CPU to my friend. The whole setup only really cost me about $100.
  11. Best answer selected by QuinnTheOnly.
  12. I was going to type a nice, elaborate post pretty much saying the same thing everyone else said (with a lot more detail)... but then I saw everyone else already said the same thing and decided it wasn't worth it.
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