GeneralHow much should I list my PC and monitor for?Posted:

BPM
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Hey folks, built a PC like 3 years ago and tbh, I dont really have a need for it anymore, and actually looking to change to a laptop again, so was going to sell it in my local area, just not sure what would a reasonable price would be.

uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/xhRCM8/by_merchant/

Any input would be appreciated.

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I'd try to sell off the PC at about 250 to 400. The CPU is good, motherboard isn't bad either, definitely would wipe everything in those drives if not replace them outright to keep your own data safe.
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Scratched wroteI'd try to sell off the PC at about 250 to 400. The CPU is good, motherboard isn't bad either, definitely would wipe everything in those drives if not replace them outright to keep your own data safe.


Interesting. Does this estimate include PC and Monitor? Will wait to see some other opinions.
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if you were in the US i would buy that monitor already have three of them.



On a real note don't try to sell for retail, in total i would say £4-500. £500 is a reasonably safe point though i generally would not dip below £400
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BPM wrote
Scratched wroteI'd try to sell off the PC at about 250 to 400. The CPU is good, motherboard isn't bad either, definitely would wipe everything in those drives if not replace them outright to keep your own data safe.


Interesting. Does this estimate include PC and Monitor? Will wait to see some other opinions.


I would suggest posting it for 400, because people will try to low ball you anyways and at least you'd be starting at a high point and you can negotiate a better middle ground and it would sound better.

That price does include the monitor, because it isn't all that special in terms of actual gaming and it's more run of the mill(But still nice, just not amazing). I'd only put 50 towards the monitor, if buying it used off of someone.
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