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What is This Worth?

Adz20
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Hi all,

 

Specs are:

 

MOBO: Asrock Z68 Extreme3 Gen3

CPU: I7 2600K @4.5GHz (80C max load)

CPU cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212x

GPU: GTX 1070 Gigabyte G1 Gaming 

RAM: G. Skill Ripjaws 1866MHz

PSU: Hytec 1050W

Case: Azza Spartan 102 black

OS: Genuine windows 7 disk

 

Ive taken the SSD and HDD out and put them in my new rig so im going to sell it without a storage device.

 

Any help would be appreciated. Cheers!

 

 

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Somewhere around the 600-800 USD range I would think.

But can't quite say for sure since I don't live in the US or Canada.

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Well how old is the Rig and how well kept is the all the components ?

 

Because of what is there I'm guessing around £550 max which would translate to around 700USD I think roughly. 

Some people prefer a challenge, I just band my head against a wall until my method works...

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6 minutes ago, Senzelian said:

Somewhere around the 600-800 USD range I would think.

But can't quite say for sure since I don't live in the US or Canada.

Oh yee i should also mention im in Australia however its easy enough to convert USD to AUD. Thanks for your input :)

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3 minutes ago, Alex Colson said:

Well how old is the Rig and how well kept is the all the components ?

 

Because of what is there I'm guessing around £550 max which would translate to around 700USD I think roughly. 

Components are very good condition. Nothing wrong with them except the older components looking a little dusty as electrical components do after 6 years or so. Other than that they work and look immaculate.

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1 minute ago, Adz20 said:

Components are very good condition. Nothing wrong with them except the older components looking a little dusty as electrical components do after 6 years or so. Other than that they work and look immaculate.

How much would you be looking back from what you put into that rig Money wise... As you can't get full refund on an old rig sadly...

Some people prefer a challenge, I just band my head against a wall until my method works...

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I'd say, 700-750 ono (or nearest offer);

-Mobo: $80

-CPU: $100

-Cooler: $20

-GPU: $380

-RAM: $65

-PSU: $65

-Case: $30

-OS: $10

 

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12 hours ago, TheBeastPC said:

I'd say, 700-750 ono (or nearest offer);

-Mobo: $80

-CPU: $100

-Cooler: $20

-GPU: $380

-RAM: $65

-PSU: $65

-Case: $30

-OS: $10

 

Cheers! Its around about what i was thinking and i am selling it to a mate anyway so dont mind dropping a few $$ off :)

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13 minutes ago, Adz20 said:

Cheers! Its around about what i was thinking and i am selling it to a mate anyway so dont mind dropping a few $$ off :)

-Mobo: $80

-CPU: $100

-Cooler: $20

-GPU: $380

-RAM: $65

-PSU: $65

-Case: $30

-OS: $10

*All adds up to $750* - Maybe drop $5.00 off of everything in the system to get a more reasonable price, if you did this, the total cost for the whole system would be $710/ or just reduce -$50 to get $700 for the whole system. Considering how capable your components are, you should be able to get a fairly reasonable price around $700 imo ^_^

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