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What'd a system with these specs be worth? I've got a friend selling and I don't really know what it'd go for. Thanks in advance

CPU - i7 920
GPU - 4870
MoBo - Asus P6T
RAM - 6GB Corsair (No further info, only contacted by email.)
HDD - 1TB
Case - Thermaltake Armor
CD/DVD - Asus RW DVD drive
Others - WD MyBook 320GB PHD
Wireless card
Monitor - BenQ 21.5" LCD Monitor (With HDMI)
Speakers - Logitech 2.1" (Again, no further info)

Also has Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit on it.


He's offered to sell it all to me for 1200$ (AUD) and I'm tempted to buy it from him and re-sell it at a higher price (he's leaving to country and he really just needs to get rid of it).

Worth it? Yay/nay? If I parted out what'd I get for each part?

Personally, I think it's not worth it, but parts in Australia are about 1.5x American parts.
Edited by fr0st. - 4/20/11 at 6:29am
post #2 of 4
Prices in USD and AUD

i7 920 - $200/187
4870 - $60/$56
Asus P6T - $150 in AUS idk maby $200/187 ( a little low cuz the OB on newegg is $175)
6GB Corsair - $50/$46
1TB - $50/$46
Thermaltake Armor Its tough to price with out knowing the model number as the armor series ranges from 70-150
Asus RW DVD - $15/$14
WD MyBook 320GB PHD - $30/$28
Wireless card - $20/$18?? (depending on brand model g/n ect... ect....)
BenQ 21.5" LCD Monitor - $100/$93
Logitech 2.1" - $20/$18

Ur looking at around $700 usd /$655 AUD with out factoring in the case however from what i hear you guys pay a pretty high mark up on eletronics down there but i dont know quite how high. The pricing is baised off of what you can get them in the US for.

*edit* just saw you said about a 1.5 mark up thats around $982 AUD
Edited by racer86 - 4/20/11 at 10:22am
post #3 of 4
Not worth the effort. You must able to make some profit in Australia, but it won't be much, so not worth it.
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(17 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsGraphics
i7 920 D0 4.1ghz HT Asus Rampage III Extreme Zotac GTX 660 Powercolor 7870 Tahiti LE CF 
GraphicsRAMHard DriveOptical Drive
Asus 6970 + 6950 (6970shader) CF Patriot Viper Extreme 3x2gb 2000mhz Kingston Hyperlink 120GB SSD, Crucial M4 64GB S... LG dvd writer 
OSMonitorMonitorKeyboard
Window 8 Professional DELL U3011 A01 DELL U2313HM X3 Steelseries 7G 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Seasonic 850 Silver Corsair Obsidian 650D Logitech G9X Steel Series QCK 
Audio
Asus Xonar ST 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsGraphics
i7 920 D0 4.1ghz HT Asus Rampage III Extreme Zotac GTX 660 Powercolor 7870 Tahiti LE CF 
GraphicsRAMHard DriveOptical Drive
Asus 6970 + 6950 (6970shader) CF Patriot Viper Extreme 3x2gb 2000mhz Kingston Hyperlink 120GB SSD, Crucial M4 64GB S... LG dvd writer 
OSMonitorMonitorKeyboard
Window 8 Professional DELL U3011 A01 DELL U2313HM X3 Steelseries 7G 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Seasonic 850 Silver Corsair Obsidian 650D Logitech G9X Steel Series QCK 
Audio
Asus Xonar ST 
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Quote:
Originally Posted by racer86 View Post
Prices in USD and AUD

i7 920 - $200/187
4870 - $60/$56
Asus P6T - $150 in AUS idk maby $200/187 ( a little low cuz the OB on newegg is $175)
6GB Corsair - $50/$46
1TB - $50/$46
Thermaltake Armor Its tough to price with out knowing the model number as the armor series ranges from 70-150
Asus RW DVD - $15/$14
WD MyBook 320GB PHD - $30/$28
Wireless card - $20/$18?? (depending on brand model g/n ect... ect....)
BenQ 21.5" LCD Monitor - $100/$93
Logitech 2.1" - $20/$18

Ur looking at around $700 usd /$655 AUD with out factoring in the case however from what i hear you guys pay a pretty high mark up on eletronics down there but i dont know quite how high. The pricing is baised off of what you can get them in the US for.

*edit* just saw you said about a 1.5 mark up thats around $982 AUD
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Originally Posted by krazyatom View Post
Not worth the effort. You must able to make some profit in Australia, but it won't be much, so not worth it.
Fair enough, thanks guys +rep
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