Computer valuation for private sale

  Tiscali 06:28 07 Aug 03
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How much should I ask for the following?

Time AMD K6 500MHz with 64Mb RAM, 12Gb h/d, DVD drive, modem, keyboard, mouse, powered speakers (basic), joystick, 17" CRT monitor, Win 98 SE, Lotus SmartSuite and much else installed, with all manuals/user guides, software, licences, users video. All very clean and in as new condition.

  keith-236785 06:56 07 Aug 03

I would ask about £200-£250.

Low spec processor but still workable,
low memory for todays power hungry applications/games,
hard drive OK, not massive but winxp would be happy. monitor is now a basic size, windows 98se has had support from Microsoft withdrawn.
DVD drive is a bonus though.

all in, not a bad low spec starter setup.

if you could bung in another 64meg ram then it would become a viable windows xp machine, just a thought.

good luck selling.

  JIM 07:11 07 Aug 03

Very difficult to price considering one of the lowest priced new systems around with good basic speck.What would you be happy with maybe the answer.Remember to clean up the H.drive before selling off,(Personal info Etc.)

For EG.

AMD Athlon XP 2400+ processor 512MB DDR RAM (PC2100)

80GB 5400rpm UDMA 100 HDD with buffer64MB unified nVIDIA GeForce4 graphics

17" (16" visible) Philips 107E5 (CRT) monitor

Evesham PCs use genuine Microsoft® Windows®

£509.79 ex VAT (£599.00)

  Mango Grummit 07:38 07 Aug 03

I would concur with paperman27. £200 - £250.

  Mango Grummit 07:39 07 Aug 03

Micro Mart is out today (£1.60). You can get a realistic idea of second hand prices from the many advertised in that.

  Lú-tzé 07:50 07 Aug 03

click here for similar machines from loot.

  Tiscali 13:41 07 Aug 03

Thanks for all the replies - very helpful.

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