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A buddy of mine was wondering how much he could sell his PC for. I don't deal much in used parts, but I'll include what my price guesses are too.

i7 2600k - $130
GigaByte Z68AP-D3 - $40
2x4GB DDR2 1600 - $20
GTX 560 - $30
700W PSU - $40
60GB SSD - $10
1TB HDD - $40
510LC Liquid CPU Cooler - $40
Generic Case - $10
CD Reader - $10

My estimate totals about $375, but I would like some other opinions as well. Thanks!
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I would say youre pretty close. I think he could get $150 for the CPU, other than that those sound about right without knowing more specifics
 
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Are your estimates in order to quickly sell? Cause most of those prices are about $20-30 short than what they usually go for.
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i7 2600k - $160
GigaByte Z68AP-D3 - $60
2x4GB DDR2 1600 - $30 (this should be ddr3)
GTX 560 - $45-50 (i assume its NON ti)
700W PSU - $40
60GB SSD - $10
1TB HDD - $40
510LC Liquid CPU Cooler - $40
Generic Case - $10
CD Reader - $10
Thats what I would price them at. Everything else is kinda on par with what you listed first.
 

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I think boinz's prices are about right, but $10 too high on the CPU and the RAM, you can get faster ram on Amazon used for $30. I also think that $160 is just a tad high on the 2600k, but your friend may get lucky selling it. Everything else looked about right.
 

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I think boinz's prices are about right, but $10 too high on the CPU and the RAM, you can get faster ram on Amazon used for $30. I also think that $160 is just a tad high on the 2600k, but your friend may get lucky selling it. Everything else looked about right.
When I make appraisals, I do take into considering if the seller can get even a tiny bit extra than just the standard going used rate on ebay/amazon. If they're having trouble selling, they can go further below and not lose as much. That's usually my thinking when creating appraisals.
 

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Thanks for the opinions. I was basing some of my pricings off of ebay completed listings.

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