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how much is my system worth

ki8aras
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Go to solution Solved by shaz2sxy,

I would sell seperate, you will maximise your money that way.  some items may take longer to sell though.

the specs are as follows:

ryzen 7 2700

32gb of ram

dark rock pro 4 cpu cooler

rx 5700xt with reference cooler

samsung 960 evo 256gb

samsung 512gb m.2 ssd(from an external drive)

7tb 7200rpm hdd

128gb ssd

1tb hdd 5400rpm

1tb hdd 7200rpm

all inside a coolermaster h500p mesh

 

do you guys think i'd be better off selling the system as a whole or as seperate components

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2 minutes ago, Shimejii said:

ill pay 3.50$ for it ;)

 

id say around 1000$+ish But your going to have a hard time selling all those HDDS and SSDs bundled.

yeah thats why i thought selling it as a complete system would be a better idea

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3 minutes ago, ki8aras said:

yeah thats why i thought selling it as a complete system would be a better idea

No @Shimejii means people are probably not going to buy a system with 6 seemingly random drives. Honestly if I saw this, on Craigslist or eBay, I would be thinking that this guy does not know what he's doing. Who mixes 3 different types of SSDs and HDDs together like that?

 

You're better off just leaving one of the SSDs and one of the HDDs. That would be a much more enticing system to purchase. 

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3 minutes ago, BlueChinchillaEatingDorito said:

No @Shimejii means people are probably not going to buy a system with 6 seemingly random drives. Honestly if I saw this, on Craigslist or eBay, I would be thinking that this guy does not know what he's doing. Who mixes 3 different types of SSDs and HDDs together like that?

 

You're better off just leaving one of the SSDs and one of the HDDs. That would be a much more enticing system to purchase. 

yeah im better of leaving just the 7tb one and the 2 nvme ssds

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I would sell seperate, you will maximise your money that way.  some items may take longer to sell though.

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