Question Im looking to sell my motherboard but it has a bent usb 3.0 pin, how much value do I loose?

Dec 21, 2018
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I have the prebuilt 870-244 from hp. I'm looking to move my GPU, CPU, and PSU into a new case with a new motherboard. Unfortunately, my old motherboard has a bent USB 3.0 pin (Long story, it was my fault). How much does the bent pin reduce its value and how much could I expect from it overall? For reference, I bought the system back in February of 2018 for 1,200$. Also, I've looked on eBay for the motherboard and they go for about 120$ to about 140$ used.
 

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I loose 70$ on the fact that it cant use USB 3.0?
No USB 3.0? Sure.
$50, if you're lucky.

Why would someone want to buy a known broken motherboard?
What else has your careless self done to it? (not saying you did, but that's what someone might think)

As soon as you state parts of it do not work, value plummets.
And you'd better state that up front.
 

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