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Best place to sell PC parts?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So I've decided to get rid of my desktop that I built in 2013, since I use my laptop 99% of the time and rarely game anymore. But I'm not sure where the best place is to try to sell the parts. Ebay is always an option, but is there anywhere else good?


Also, is selling parts easier than trying to sell the whole computer?


Lastly, I'm the United States, how much should I be trying to get for a GTX 970, a i5 3570K. Are the case and RAM and motherboard even worth selling?

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There is the classifieds section here.


Edit: if you have a z77 board those are worth some money still. 

I would say $125 for the gpu, $125 for the cpu, and $100 for a z69/z77 board.


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its easier to sell parts but you might not get everything sold, you get more for a complete computer then you do selling parts too. craigslist is a good place to sell things. 

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