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Master Geek


Topic # 46485 6-Nov-2009 22:45
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Hi i was wondering if someone in the know-how could give me a price check for this desktop computer as im thinking of selling it. New Zealand Dollers please :)

all of the hardware is under 4 months old apart from the harddrive

HardDrive- SeaGate 500Gb 2years old

Ram- 4gb  -2X2gb Kingston HyperX 1066 Ghz

Processor- Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 2.4Ghz

Graphics card- Galaxy Geforce GTX 260+

MotherBoard- XFX Nforce 780i

Computer Case- Antec 902 mid tower

Power Supply- Antec EarthWatt 650W

thank you so much

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 270779 7-Nov-2009 01:18
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Go to www.pricespy.co.nz and add all the items on there to a list. It'll then tell you how much the PC would be to buy brand new (or at least the parts) then I would probably take ~10%-20% off of that. It's an unfortunate thing about computers that, just like cars, they lose at least 10% of their value the minute you take them out of the store, especially with the rate that technologies advance.

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