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Good Price Used Hardware?

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@That One Kid To actually answer the question, like is usually the case, it depends. If you are looking to sell on eBay, look at what other people are selling them for, but more importantly at the sold listings to see what they are actually selling for (these will have a lower price since people are going to buy the lower price one, the listings still posted probably have a price that is too high which is why they are still listings and not sold). After you have found what price they are selling for, price it slightly higher if you are feeling lucky, around the same price to sell in a reasonable time, or price it lower if you want to sell faster. If you are looking to sell locally, that is even more dependent on your specific case. Look at the local used market, are other people selling similar products? If they are, same applies as the ebay listings. If you have a smaller local market and there are no similar products, I would price them slightly lower than the eBay listings. 

How much do you guys reckon I could get for my i3-9100f and gigabyte B365M DS3H r1.0 on the used market?

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maybe upwards of 200-300$ depending on how used they are?

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8 minutes ago, eeeee1 said:

maybe upwards of 200-300$ depending on how used they are?

The 9100f costs $80.47 brand new, and the GIGABYTE B365M DS3H costs $73.99 brand new, that's a total of $154.46. How in the world did you come up with $200-$300 for these components, used no less?

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14 minutes ago, eeeee1 said:

maybe upwards of 200-300$ depending on how used they are?

This is exactly why people shouldn't post asking for pricing...it's answers like this...

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@That One Kid To actually answer the question, like is usually the case, it depends. If you are looking to sell on eBay, look at what other people are selling them for, but more importantly at the sold listings to see what they are actually selling for (these will have a lower price since people are going to buy the lower price one, the listings still posted probably have a price that is too high which is why they are still listings and not sold). After you have found what price they are selling for, price it slightly higher if you are feeling lucky, around the same price to sell in a reasonable time, or price it lower if you want to sell faster. If you are looking to sell locally, that is even more dependent on your specific case. Look at the local used market, are other people selling similar products? If they are, same applies as the ebay listings. If you have a smaller local market and there are no similar products, I would price them slightly lower than the eBay listings. 

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