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I would like an appraisal

I am trying to sell my a family members pc. It has a

9900k

Evga gforce 2060

2x16gb Ballistx 3200

Asus prime 370

1tb Samsung 970 evo

Corsair CX750M

240mm Corsair aio

4-240mm fans

iCUE 220T case. 

It was used for design. I tried to look up the prices on ebay (I did look at sold only prices) and they add up to around $800. I haven't sold a pc before and wasn't sure how to price it. Ebay listings aren't always the best and with the market changing wasn't sure if they were still selling at that price. Thank you. 

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Still a very useable system, 700-800 sounds about right on the used market. You're gonna get people telling you to mark it up 20%, don't. At 800 it's still a good deal for people looking to buy, at 1k it's quickly not becoming so good of a value.

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1 minute ago, BiotechBen said:

Still a very useable system, 700-800 sounds about right on the used market. You're gonna get people telling you to mark it up 20%, don't. At 800 it's still a good deal for people looking to buy, at 1k it's quickly not becoming so good of a value.

Thank you. 

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the trick is....

find out what others sold for , and price yours a bit lower. Give them a reason to buy yours vs any other similar machine. otherwise it'll sit for a long time

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39 minutes ago, emosun said:

the trick is....

find out what others sold for , and price yours a bit lower. Give them a reason to buy yours vs any other similar machine. otherwise it'll sit for a long time

Thank you

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3 hours ago, AllTattersNoBrains said:

Asus prime 370

 

Asus has several motherboard models that satisfy this description.

 

There is a serious lack of specificity in the part list.

 

No way to know if the system is overclockable. No way to know if the case is an airflow version or glass front. No way to know which of six GPU models to expect.

80+ ratings certify electrical efficiency. Not quality.

 

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6 hours ago, AllTattersNoBrains said:

I am trying to sell my a family members pc. It has a

9900k

Evga gforce 2060

2x16gb Ballistx 3200

Asus prime 370

1tb Samsung 970 evo

Corsair CX750M

240mm Corsair aio

4-240mm fans

iCUE 220T case. 

It was used for design. I tried to look up the prices on ebay (I did look at sold only prices) and they add up to around $800. I haven't sold a pc before and wasn't sure how to price it. Ebay listings aren't always the best and with the market changing wasn't sure if they were still selling at that price. Thank you. 

Fair price is... well, let me rephrase that. In the aftermarket. Things like this can sell for $700-$800

 

 Does it cost more to make. ... yup. 
 Will anyone buy the retail price of your pc partpicker list?  NOPE

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