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Edit: Looks like I won't get close to what I want selling it as a whole.

Can you guys appraise me:
Motherboard:
CPU:
Video Card:
Ram:

I think I'll just keep the rest for my next build.

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How much could I get for my Sig here or craigslist.

Besides what's in my sig rig I added the second top 200mm NZXT fan and it has 2 extra green LED 120mm CoolerMaster fans.

If you guys have the time, I wouldn't some parts appraised separately, too.
Edited by Sodalink - 5/19/11 at 10:29am
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About $800 including the monitor or $600 without max I'd be thinking, ebay might be an option for a few more $$ if you advertise right
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I would definitely try to sell it on here or local Craigslist first. eBay is really nice & all but the sellers fees are absolutely ridiculous.
post #4 of 7
Id say you might get $750.00-$800.00.. Why not part it out? Parting it out may make selling it alot easier.. Most people around here want to build their own rigs..
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I would definitely try to sell it on here or local Craigslist first. eBay is really nice & all but the sellers fees are absolutely ridiculous.
I try to avoid ebay at all cost unless I just can't sell whatever I need to sell and I'm desperate for money, they take away over 10% and then there is paypal fees.

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For the HD 5770, I'd give it $120, that was the price I gave to the last HD 5770 I appraised. Around $90 for the ram, and probably $150 for the CPU, might wan't to add a little info about it's OC potential/stability for a quicker and better sale. I don't know about the value of second hand motherboards (especially Gigabyte) so I'm not going to say anything.

If you say that "oh this computer can pretty much max anything you throw at it, its a monster, it maxed GTA IV" than you will have a good chance on craigslist, although I think that $850 - $930 is a good price for the computer as a whole on craigslist to somebody who doesn't know **** about computers.
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For the HD 5770, I'd give it $120, that was the price I gave to the last HD 5770 I appraised. Around $90 for the ram, and probably $150 for the CPU, might wan't to add a little info about it's OC potential/stability for a quicker and better sale. I don't know about the value of second hand motherboards (especially Gigabyte) so I'm not going to say anything.

If you say that "oh this computer can pretty much max anything you throw at it, its a monster, it maxed GTA IV" than you will have a good chance on craigslist, although I think that $850 - $930 is a good price for the computer as a whole on craigslist to somebody who doesn't know **** about computers.
120$ for HD 5770 is not a good deal for the buyer... probably 80-85$ for this one.
130$ for 1055T, 100$ for the 890GX, and maybe 75$ for the RAM.
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