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Selling my gaming pc, how much is it worth?

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January 15, 2014 5:18:41 PM

I have a pretty high end Windows 7 gaming pc that I might be selling within the next few weeks and I was wondering what the price range would be. Here are some general specs:

i7-3770K CPU @ 3.50GHz
16384MB RAM
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690 4 GB
1 TB HDD
Sabertooth Z77 Motherboard
Rosewill BRONZE Series 1000W PSU
Antec Twelve Hundred V3 Tower

Any help is appreciated.


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January 15, 2014 5:28:31 PM

Llbtreats said:
I have a pretty high end Windows 7 gaming pc that I might be selling within the next few weeks and I was wondering what the price range would be. Here are some general specs:

i7-3770K CPU @ 3.50GHz
16384MB RAM
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690 4 GB
1 TB HDD
Sabertooth Z77 Motherboard
Rosewill BRONZE Series 1000W PSU
Antec Twelve Hundred V3 Tower

Any help is appreciated.




It would be worth roughly 1300-1600 new, so used you could probably get about 1150 for it. What does that RAM transfer to in gigabytes?
January 15, 2014 5:33:14 PM

16GB of RAM. Total I paid a little less than 3 grand for all of my parts from newegg.com. The graphics card alone was $1000. Do you think I could make at least $2000?
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January 17, 2014 4:32:35 PM

Llbtreats said:
16GB of RAM. Total I paid a little less than 3 grand for all of my parts from newegg.com. The graphics card alone was $1000. Do you think I could make at least $2000?


My bad, totally missed the graphics card being a 690, my brain saw a 650. I would guess 2000 would be a fair price, but I really don't know how old/powerful the card is.
January 17, 2014 4:32:36 PM

Llbtreats said:
16GB of RAM. Total I paid a little less than 3 grand for all of my parts from newegg.com. The graphics card alone was $1000. Do you think I could make at least $2000?


My bad, totally missed the graphics card being a 690, my brain saw a 650. I would guess 2000 would be a fair price, but I really don't know how old/powerful the card is.
a c 280 4 Gaming
January 17, 2014 4:44:19 PM

How's the condition of the computer, and how old is it?
a b 4 Gaming
January 17, 2014 4:54:18 PM

Thrillogy said:
Llbtreats said:
16GB of RAM. Total I paid a little less than 3 grand for all of my parts from newegg.com. The graphics card alone was $1000. Do you think I could make at least $2000?


My bad, totally missed the graphics card being a 690, my brain saw a 650. I would guess 2000 would be a fair price, but I really don't know how old/powerful the card is.


$2000 would be a tough sell. Anyone ready to put that much into a 'gaming' PC would probably rather build or buy new.
a b 4 Gaming
January 17, 2014 4:55:13 PM

You'd probably do better parting it out, instead of the whole thing.
January 17, 2014 4:57:32 PM

USAFRet said:
Thrillogy said:
Llbtreats said:
16GB of RAM. Total I paid a little less than 3 grand for all of my parts from newegg.com. The graphics card alone was $1000. Do you think I could make at least $2000?


My bad, totally missed the graphics card being a 690, my brain saw a 650. I would guess 2000 would be a fair price, but I really don't know how old/powerful the card is.


$2000 would be a tough sell. Anyone ready to put that much into a 'gaming' PC would probably rather build or buy new.


USAFRet is probably right, I really don't have much experience with used PCs. Parting it out seems like a good idea, so +1 to USAFR.
January 17, 2014 7:39:36 PM

Thanks for the help everybody. And the computer is only a few months old.
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