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# 240877 30-Sep-2018 23:58
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Hey, so I'm wondering how much I could sell these bundles for:

 

Asrock B85m Pro4 Mobo

 

i5 4670k cpu

 

8gb Gskill  1600mhz ddr3

 

EVGA GTX 670

 

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Gigabyte mobo, not sure what model but its got Ultra durable 3 on it

 

i7 930 cpu

 

12gb 1333mhz ddr3

 

 

 

Thanks for any help, also these are not currently for sale, I'm just wondering how much I could sell for :)


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  # 2099072 1-Oct-2018 07:31
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I paid $50 for a 2nd hand Zotac 760GTX a year ago.  Then by asking around got given an i5 CPU, 16GB RAM, R9 280x and CM Stacker 830 series case for nothing....... 

 

I was probably damn lucky, but think it comes down to what people want to pay and how long you want to hold onto it for trying to get a good price (which will obviously drop more while you wait).

 

For the first bundle, Id probably say $150 total but thats me.

 

Check out expired auctions on TM and see what things have been going for.

 

 





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  # 2102083 5-Oct-2018 11:49
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For the first bundle, could try $250-$300 on TM


 
 
 
 


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  # 2102182 5-Oct-2018 13:55
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ycxxx2001:

For the first bundle, could try $250-$300 on TM

 

 

Agreed, essentially a haswell i5 bundle sufficient enough to play fortnite. All it's missing is a psu and drive (+case) to get working.

 

 

The second set (nehalem) I could see go for $100-$150 if it's in good working condition. There are still some people around who are after the motherboard to power cheap xeons.



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  # 2102520 6-Oct-2018 15:22
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SpartanVXL:
ycxxx2001:

For the first bundle, could try $250-$300 on TM



Agreed, essentially a haswell i5 bundle sufficient enough to play fortnite. All it's missing is a psu and drive (+case) to get working.

The second set (nehalem) I could see go for $100-$150 if it's in good working condition. There are still some people around who are after the motherboard to power cheap xeons.


How much do you think I could up the price if I were to get a hard drive, psu and case for the first bundle so I could sell it as a full pc? $250-$300 sounds good but I'm just trying to get the most out of it.

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  # 2103175 8-Oct-2018 09:48
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You could aim for $450-$500 if you get it fully operational, but that might cost you more than its worth.

 

 

Problem with selling built pc's on TM or elsewhere is the people who are buying them generally expect them to plug in and work. Might need to show it running before you list it. You could always load Win10 pro with the 'trial' key which'll keep working after its expired, just make sure to mention that the buyer needs to be aware of it.

 

 

If you sell them as a component bundle you'll generally have buyers who get them for what they are 'as-is' and less likely to come back to you if something stops working.

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  # 2103187 8-Oct-2018 10:29
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Midrange Haswell is pretty average now, I'd only be looking to swap it for beer or something else if it was advertised here.
Trademe would be the best bet but as others said, Best to sell it as a working bundle.. Otherwise the parts are pretty much specific to a single use for someone and not many people are hunting for them at this time.



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