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post #11 of 16
I would feel comfortable paying $1000 for that system shipped to my door.
post #12 of 16
Of course people may feel different about what's considered fair, but generally speaking and considering the hardware market status these days, it's a 850$ + shipping worth system. For 1000$ you may get a Sandy Bridge system (here, not new of course).
On the contrary, he'll probably get 1000$ and even more for this computer on eBay.
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post #13 of 16
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Originally Posted by -X3- View Post

Of course people may feel different about what's considered fair, but generally speaking and considering the hardware market status these days, it's a 850$ + shipping worth system. For 1000$ you may get a Sandy Bridge system (here, not new of course).
On the contrary, he'll probably get 1000$ and even more for this computer on eBay.

yeah. I feel like if you're not parting out a system on OCN, you shouldn't sell it anyways. Considering most of the people build here, I doubt it would sell fast.
post #14 of 16
^Exactly. I have seen a lot of sellers that just couldn't sell their system as a whole no matter how many price drops they did. I think full systems should be sold locally (CL, for example), or eBay, where people pay fortune in order to just have an "i7" system, they are not a computer experts really. But here? Meh. Users here just want specific parts for their builds, not really a new one. My theory for that is perhaps people want to have a creative freedom to choose only parts they would like to have. For instance, someone would want a better card than 5870, and an Asus board, so it'll be hard to convince him to buy this computer, ALL of the computer parts have to be suitable for what the specific person wants.
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^Exactly. I have seen a lot of sellers that just couldn't sell their system as a whole no matter how many price drops they did. I think full systems should be sold locally (CL, for example), or eBay, where people pay fortune just have an "i7" system, they are not a computer experts really. But here? Meh. Users here just want specific parts for their builds, not really a new one (perhaps on rare occasions).

the only exception i can think of if it was an older/cheap system to just buy for someone, and it would be pointless to buy the stuff new.
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the only exception i can think of if it was an older/cheap system to just buy for someone, and it would be pointless to buy the stuff new.

Yup, if someone just wants a computer for small purpouses, the buyer won't be picky about the hardware as long as it's not 8086 intel processor, for instance wink.gif
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