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Silverstone TJ03 with TX750 local.

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I bought a computer off of Craiglist to use some pieces. It was in this case and had this power supply that I decided not to use. Both are in excellent shape and the case has sound deadening material from Frozencpu. I was wondering what this would be worth on Craigslist as I dont want to even attempt to ship it.


Thanks in advance.



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Lucky you in Indy...when I lived in Bloomington, Indy, and Chicago I was scoring great deals all the time. Now I'm in Madison, WI and not getting anything.

As for Craigslist, you can't really get a price for that. Start high and be willing to haggle is a more appropriate thing to say. You might get someone looking for that right off the bat, you might wait forever.

Another "strategy" per say that I used before was to buy a cheaper computer and throw it in a nice case. Don't lie to the people, but it's easier to sell a $100 computer in a $300 case for $400 to $500 than it is to sell a $300 case for $200 on Craigslist, unless you're in NYC, Chicago, or LA.
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Lucky you in Indy...when I lived in Bloomington, Indy, and Chicago I was scoring great deals all the time. Now I'm in Madison, WI and not getting anything.

As for Craigslist, you can't really get a price for that. Start high and be willing to haggle is a more appropriate thing to say. You might get someone looking for that right off the bat, you might wait forever.

Another "strategy" per say that I used before was to buy a cheaper computer and throw it in a nice case. Don't lie to the people, but it's easier to sell a $100 computer in a $300 case for $400 to $500 than it is to sell a $300 case for $200 on Craigslist, unless you're in NYC, Chicago, or LA.

You wouldnt believe the deal.
Do you think 200 with the power supply would get it sold?
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You wouldnt believe the deal.
Do you think 200 with the power supply would get it sold?
I wasn't kidding when I said it wasn't fair for someone out of the market area to give a price. The power supply? $75 is probably fair. That case might sell for $400 though, and you just as likely may not be able to give it away.

Full towers typically aren't super easy to get rid of except in a niche market, in my experience anyways.
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