Question How much is my gaming pc worth?

Nov 12, 2018
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Hello everybody im trying to sell my pc and would like to get some advice from you guys setting the price.

Intel Pentium G4400 - ROG-STRIX-RX570-O4G-GAMING - Ballistix Sport LT 8GB Kit (4GBx2) DDR4 2666 - Gigabyte GA-Z270P-D3 Intel Z270 ATX Motherboard - Corsair CX Series 500 Watt 80 Plus Bronze Certified Non-Modular Power Supply - SSD- 110GB

how much do you think its worth it?
 
Jun 4, 2019
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First thing first where do you live because PC price sometime varies depends on country you live in, but if i were to buy it (Indonesia price) maybe i will pay you for 5.500.000-6.000.000 IDR but now i live in US you probably get 400$ for this PC
 
Nov 12, 2018
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i bought it for back 2018 and selling it to a guy for 330 cad im just posting here to see if thats a good price bc im thinging its not idk
 

DSzymborski

Glorious
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$330 in Canadian seems reasonable to me. You might get slightly more money in the long run moving parts individually, but a few of those parts would be damned hard to move (a used PSU that's not particularly good quality, entry-level Intel not from current generation, low-end storage situation) and there's some missing info (if the case has any value and if it's coming with a legit license of Windows). You'll always take a theoretical hit selling a PC as a unit; they move slowly unless they're in a particularly desirable configuration.
 

DSzymborski

Glorious
Moderator
isnt it better to sell it for like 350 to 400
It's better to sell it for $10,000, but things are only worth what someone will pay for them. I think based on the specs, you'd be crazy to turn down an actual, in-hand offer of $330 for a theoretical future offer of $400. You may be able to negotiate a higher price, but this is a perfectly reasonable price when sold as a unit rather than individually; it's not the most balanced build out there, even among entry-level PCs.
 
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It's better to sell it for $10,000, but things are only worth what someone will pay for them. I think based on the specs, you'd be crazy to turn down an actual, in-hand offer of $330 for a theoretical future offer of $400. You may be able to negotiate a higher price, but this is a perfectly reasonable price when sold as a unit rather than individually; it's not the most balanced build out there, even among entry-level PCs.
 

DSzymborski

Glorious
Moderator
how much would you pay for it if u want to buy and how much you sell if you want to sell
I personally wouldn't have any interest. If I were helping someone put together a used build, I might advise interest in the RX 570 and the Z270 motherboard at the right price, but not so much the other parts.

That's why, unless a used PC is particularly well-balanced or desirable, you tend to have to give a significant discount to move it with any speed.
 

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