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Need some help on an appraisal

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Hello all,

I'm looking to sell my old comp to my gf's little bro. I bought it about 4 years ago for $1500 and have watched it tumble into the gaping void of obsolescence, so an upgrade is way overdue. Unfortunately I can't seem to find anything on the Interweb when it comes to computer appraisal. Is there a website that anyone knows of that would be able to accomodate me? Alternatively can anyone here give me a rough appraisal? I'll post some funny links or some crap if anyone can help me out.

The specs:

AMD Athlon XP 1700+ 1.7 gig cpu
19" CRT monitor
40 gig hard drive
128 MB Nvidia Geforce4 Ti 4200
SbLive! Sound card
LG CD-RW/DVD-R combo drive
512 MB ddr ram
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i would say roughtly around 500 bucks

I have that same computer, except I have a pentium IV 2.8 ghz and I got it for 600 bucks on ebay (refurbished from HP)
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My family bought my grandparents a better PC for a 150 squid(with printer TFTmonitor and a large software package and a bigger HD), didnt have much of a graphics card though so add on 50 at most for that, and it was a new one. PCs really dont keep there value im afraid.

Edited by warriorscot, 09 October 2005 - 04:29 PM.

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