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mozzer11

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I'm looking to sell my PC and I was wondering how much I should sell it for:
Athlon 64X2 3800 + Akasa heatsink and fan
Gigabyte GA-M55plus-S3G
1gb Corsair Value Ram DDR2-800
Galaxy Tech 7600GT + Zalman fan
Western Digital 80gb HD
Tagan Black 480w PSU
Thermaltake Mambo

It's not top of the range I know but do you think I could get around £300-400 for it?
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I don't know the prices over there, but I'll put it in USD currency.
It'd be around 425$ new,
remove 20% because it's used, and you'll get $332USD.
So I guess that'll come around 180euros....you could probably get 200 for it.
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You can buy a system like that new for that price and get 12mth warranty thrown in for nothing.
Point of fact is, whatever you sell will never get the asking price of what you paid for it originally, especially in this business. There are exceptions, but they are rare.
£300 is a top estimate IMO especially as its going to be second-hand equipment.
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