[SOLVED] How much should I sell my pc for? What price would be recommended

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I have a pc/gaming pc and it runs pretty much everything I through at it like Gta 5, Fortnite, Pubg, Gmod, Minecraft, Beamng drive a lot of big title games.

My specs

CPU- AMD phanom lll x4 3.20 ghz
Memory- hyper x 12 gb ddr3
Hdd-500gb
Gpu-asus nividia gtx 1050ti 4gb
Power supply- 500w
And need to find out mother board

windows 10 pro or home not to sure
 
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Aeacus

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When buying those components brand new, except PC case, you'd be looking at $400,
pcpp: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/pfhFTC

But since none of your components are brand new, 50% off from brand new price.

With that, $200 remains but realistically, $150 would be fair price.

Btw, there is no way on earth that you have 500 kW PSU in there since 500 kW = 500.000 W. Biggest consumer grade PSU is 2 kW.
 
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Aeacus

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When buying those components brand new, except PC case, you'd be looking at $400,
pcpp: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/pfhFTC

But since none of your components are brand new, 50% off from brand new price.

With that, $200 remains but realistically, $150 would be fair price.

Btw, there is no way on earth that you have 500 kW PSU in there since 500 kW = 500.000 W. Biggest consumer grade PSU is 2 kW.
 
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Aeacus

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That depends on the buyer.

While you can find market for your GPU, i highly doubt anyone wants to buy that no-name PSU. Moreover, your CPU is also slow at today's standards. And 500GB HDD is also hard to sell since i can get 1TB HDD for $30, brand new btw.

If you want to get rid of them all, sell it as working system. If you don't care about parts lingering around, sell it in pieces.
 

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