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Just bought a new rig. What do you think I can ask for the old one?

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Just bought an Ivy Bridge Z77 combo for a damn good price. Now I have a bunch of extra hardware I can actually use to build an entire separate gaming rig to sell. It will consist of these parts:

- Core i7 875k
- EVGA Classified 200 P55
- EVGA Geforce GTX 460 1024mb Sli
- 4x2gb Corsair XMS Ram
- XFX 750 Gold PSU
- Corsair H50 Cooler
- Western Digital 350gb Sata
- Coolermaster HAF922 Case
- LG DVD Burner

This rig is a little over a year old and has been kept dust free and has never been stressed past 80C on any of the components. This rig plays Crysis 2 on maximum settings (DX11, HQ Shader Patch) rarely dropping below 50fps. Same can be said for Skyrim. Battlefield 3 on high settings 2xMSAA multiplayer runs an average of 60+fps, rarely dropping below 50fps. All cables are kept neat and tucked away behind the mobo tray for maximum airflow and a clean look.

What do you guys think is a fair asking price for this rig? Any help is appreciated.
Edited by InfoWarrior - 5/2/12 at 8:02pm
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I would say on a High side a price around $400 and low side $250. While you could not rebuild the entire system for this price the parts are used. Your most durable/reusable part is the case and it has the most value of the parts you are offering.
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Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Samsung SSD 840 EVO WD WD30EFRX Samsung DVDWBD SH-B123L Corsair H80 
OSMonitorMonitorMonitor
Windows 10 Pro 64Bit Samsung U28E590D Vizio 22" M220VA Vizio 22" E220VA 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
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Originally Posted by drufause View Post

I would say on a High side a price around $400 and low side $250. While you could not rebuild the entire system for this price the parts are used. Your most durable/reusable part is the case and it has the most value of the parts you are offering.

I see used rigs with significantly less power going for $600+ on ebay with several bids. I was thinking more along the lines of $600-$700. Thanks for the advice tho smile.gif
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