Hi all,I'm looking to sell my desktop PC and hoped you could offer some advice on what it's worth (if anything)?It has:Gigabyte motherboard (GA-95P-DS4)Intel Core 2 Processor (6300 @ 1.86 Ghz)2 GB RamNVIDA GEforce 7900GS graphics card2 x DVD RW2 x hard drives (1 x 75GB, 1 x 280 GB)Any advice would be appreciated.ThanksNeil
There really is no 'market' in used PCs.£150 if you're lucky.
and that is generous
I thought the graphics card was still worth a fair bit (£100)?Maybe worth just selling the graphics card and 280GB hard drive seperately?
Clapton is God is about right in my book.I have a similar spec machine here (Phillips Freevent) and i would not expect much more than £150.
I wouldn't sell parts separately myself, but that's me. A used hard 280GB drive is only likely to fetch £5 and £50 on a very very good day for the graphics card.
They have such a low value that when I replaced mine recently I kept the old one and put it in the loft to use as either a spare PC if my new one goes 'belly up' or for parts.If you have a new PC why not put your old HD in it for additional storage?
Use it a spare just in case ......
i would keep as a spare pc aswell.
a 320 GB HDD new costs about £40.00the 7900GS can be had brand new for £114.00 but is by no means the best card at that price.your main board is 2 years old and cost about £80.00 new, with CPU and Memory.DVD drives are about £15.00 new.I would think you could get a maximum of 35% of the value of the new parts if you sold them second hand. So please, don't be expecting a great price for parts or the whole unit.I would keep it for spares or testing or as an online 'mule' for downloading of the net and browsing.
How much would you pay for it? 1 TB drives are now under £60 if you look around.
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