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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 33205 3-May-2009 14:04
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Not sure if this is the right section to put this in, but I need help on a computer, how much would you pay for a

Intel P4 3.00ghz
ATI x800 XT Platinum addtion
1.5 gig of ram
Windows XP Pro

Thanks.

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Master Geek


  Reply # 211881 3-May-2009 15:05
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TradeMe is usually a good way of assessing the current value of computer hardware, especially if you're using it to buy/sell said hardware. I'd say you're looking at around $350 to $450 depending on the age and exact specs of the system. I assume you mean an Intel Pentium D (Smithfield or Presler) 3.0 GHz rather than a P4, as there was no dual-core P4 chip.



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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 211884 3-May-2009 15:19
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Ilmarin: TradeMe is usually a good way of assessing the current value of computer hardware, especially if you're using it to buy/sell said hardware. I'd say you're looking at around $350 to $450 depending on the age and exact specs of the system. I assume you mean an Intel Pentium D (Smithfield or Presler) 3.0 GHz rather than a P4, as there was no dual-core P4 chip.


I don't think its a dual core, don't know why I typed it, it just says Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor 3.00 GHz

 
 
 
 


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Master Geek


  Reply # 211897 3-May-2009 17:26
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In that case, the value is probably more like $250 to $350.

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