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Topic # 30147 30-Jan-2009 02:17
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Hi there, im thinking about selling my compter onto a friend and have not made up my mind on how much for it. So i thought i could get some input here. Specs are Below.

Samsung 22" Wide monitor Brand new this year
Thermal Take Gaming case
Intel Pentium Dual Core 1.80ghz
Gigabyte 965P-DS3 MotherBoard Rev. C2
Dual 512mb Ram
PCI-E MSI 8800gts 640mb
Logitech 2.1 Speakers plus Wireless Keyboard and mouse
TV tuner Card
PCI Dlink Wifi Card

Thanks a lot :) Prices NZ dollars Please

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  Reply # 192844 30-Jan-2009 02:33
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The best way to estimate the value it is to go to look up each of the parts to get an idea of the current new price for your bits.  Add up the new prices then multiply by 0.66 (aka your second hard parts are worth 66% the price of a new).

So then you have a realistic price for what it's worth, after that you sell it on trademe or in the trade and exchange to some noob™ for 2x what it's worth.

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