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Pricing up my current PC to sell

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Hey, My sister might want to buy my computer, but i have no idea what price to sell it at.

It is 4-6years old.

Specs :

Processor Information:
Vendor: AuthenticAMD
Speed: 1469 Mhz
1 logical processor
1 physical processor
HyperThreading: Unsupported
RDTSC: Supported
CMOV: Supported
FCMOV: Supported
SSE: Supported
SSE2: Unsupported
3DNOW: Supported

Network Information:
Network Speed: LAN/T1 > 1M

Windows Version:
XP Service Pack 2 (Build 2600)
NTFS: Supported

Video Card:
Driver: nv4_disp.dll
Type: NVIDIA GeForce4 Ti 4200
VendorID: 4318
DeviceID: 595
RenderMode: OpenGL
ScreenSize: 640 pixels
Bit Depth: 16

RAM: 255 Mb

UI Language: English
Media Type: CD-Rom
Total Hard Disk Space Available: 16590 Mb

How much ££ ?
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If my currency conversion is correct, I'd say its worth between 150 and 175 £s
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Id say $200 us dollars max, thats an old machine. Prices deteriorate fast on pc's..

I used a converter from us dollars to british pounds sterling..

200.00 US dollars = 114.123 British pounds sterling/ United Kingdom Pounds
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No more than a £100 at most, you can pick up second hand PCs like that or better from refurb places for like £50-60 alot of old local government systems are floating about these days which really pushes prices down and builders will sell you a PC faster than that with TFT, printer etc. etc. for £150-200

Also if its your sister you could just be a nice brother and give it to her.

Edited by warriorscot, 16 April 2006 - 01:22 PM.

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Can't hand it down to ur sister ? haha Come its family !

Aight i undertsnad ya wana make a few bucks, $150-$200.

Thats my 2 cents ...
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