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What is this Worth?

I will include how much i originally bought the parts for aswell. The specs are below:

-Pentium G4560 ($72)

-8gb DDR4 2400mhz ($112)

-Asus b250m-a ($123)

-Gt 1030 2gb GDDR5 version ($89)

-1tb wd blue hdd ($59)

-500gb crucial mx500 ($99, bought it last week actually)

-120gb kingston a400 ($35)

-Coolermaster Masterbox lite 5 ($69)

 

I might also include my monitor and mouse aswell:

-LG 24MP59HT (monitor...bought for $179)

-Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury (mouse...bought for $49)

 

I know i can't sell it near the price that i paid originally so how much do you guys think both the pc and peripherals would be worth (everything is in good condition apart from being a bit dusty)

 

Thanks for any help guys.

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You always do better selling separates but that takes a lot of time. This would be around the perf of a raven ridge build i guess so somewhere in the $400-500 range maybe 300 if it doesnt sell ??? I dont think more would be "fair" to the buyer.

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So around $400-500 for just the pc or the peripherals aswell. (btw...i didn't activate windows so i'm not selling it with a windows license)

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I would pay $250, maybe $300 minus perifs

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40 minutes ago, OMGITSAMACGAMER said:

So around $400-500 for just the pc or the peripherals aswell. (btw...i didn't activate windows so i'm not selling it with a windows license)

I would include all if you try to get 400-500, see what haoppens but i think you will probably end up with 300-400 range 

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I would of paid about 300- 350. But I would do a simple sales trick. List the computer for 500, so if someone wants to bid lower and get the deal, they be happy and you will be even happier.

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-Pentium G4560 - $60

-8gb DDR4 2400mhz - $50

-Asus b250m-a - $50

-Gt 1030 2gb GDDR5 version $80

-1tb wd blue hdd - $15

-500gb crucial mx500 $75

-120gb kingston a400 $15

-Coolermaster Masterbox lite 5 $55

Sum: $400

 

However, someone would almost never buy it at that price - the 1030 2GB could be replaced with a 1060 3gb for ~$130 (or a 6gb if you're patient) and the market for low-capacity SSDs is basically non-existent. Some other parts (such as the case), although priced competitively on the market, aren't good deals for the end consumer so they'll sit at their prices for a while.

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I'd pay 350 w/o peripherals and 400 /w peripherals at the most.

It's not a very powerful system so I doubt many people will actually pay 350-400 for it.

I think you'll get about 300 for it. 

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42 minutes ago, Imbellis said:

-Pentium G4560 - $60

-8gb DDR4 2400mhz - $50

-Asus b250m-a - $50

-Gt 1030 2gb GDDR5 version $80

-1tb wd blue hdd - $15

-500gb crucial mx500 $75

-120gb kingston a400 $15

-Coolermaster Masterbox lite 5 $55

Sum: $400

 

However, someone would almost never buy it at that price - the 1030 2GB could be replaced with a 1060 3gb for ~$130 (or a 6gb if you're patient) and the market for low-capacity SSDs is basically non-existent. Some other parts (such as the case), although priced competitively on the market, aren't good deals for the end consumer so they'll sit at their prices for a while.

Here where i live...a gtx 1060 3gb is around $350-400 and a 6gb version is around $400-450.

It's all pretty overpriced.

 

Just like everything else i listed...it's all pretty expensive!

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21 minutes ago, OMGITSAMACGAMER said:

Here where i live...a gtx 1060 3gb is around $350-400 and a 6gb version is around $400-450.

It's all pretty overpriced.

 

Just like everything else i listed...it's all pretty expensive!

Geez - if that's the case, then you should be able to push up the price more; however, you'll still have more luck parting it off as individual pieces.

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2 minutes ago, Imbellis said:

Geez - if that's the case, then you should be able to push up the price more; however, you'll still have more luck parting it off as individual pieces.

I might've gotten a potential buyer...my friend has been wanting a pc to play csgo so i offered him mine for $550 (w/o the mouse and monitor) and he seems alright with it so it's time to see what his mum thinks.

Yay? I'd say $550 is a reasonable price.

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