my pc value?

  rblurt 09:21 09 May 08

hi iv been looking at selling my pc,only built it 6months ago but it has:

Amd 64 x2 5600 (2.8ghz)

ASUS M2NWS Pro motherboard

Geforce 7600GT PCIE graphics card

500gb Western Digital hard drive

3gb Corsair DDR2 6400 (800mhz) XMS2 non ecc

anyone got any rough ideas on how much id be able to bring in for it?

  GaT7 15:59 09 May 08

This is what I'd do - 5 places to check to start you off...

1. Have a look in your local paper, free ads, etc for similar PCs

2. Have a look on eBay for similar PCs & their prices

3. Visit sites like eBuyer, Scan, etc. & see how much new similar/equivalent components cost. Then, your PC being secondhand, knock at least 25% off

4. Dells are usually very good value. Look on Dell for a similar PC - an example of one you could adjust to your spec click here - then knock a bit off

5. Secondhand/refurb PCs/Dells are even better value: click here & click here

In your evaluation/comparison, don't forget to also take into consideration the case, power supply (PSU), optical drive(s), dedicated soundcard, OS installed, etc.

Quality of components could be a factor too. E.g. your RAM is better than what you'd find in an average Dell. But how many people can tell the difference / be bothered / be willing to pay more? G

  GANDALF <|:-)> 16:59 09 May 08

Without knowing the rest of the spec and assuming that it has a legit copy of windows, £100-£150

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