[SOLVED] Price suggestion on my old PC (i7 7700k, GTX 1079)

spree01

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Hello everyone!

With demand high on all used computers, I got an offer for my rig. It's quite a good offer, so I wanted the opinion from some strangers on the internet to see if I should take it it or not.

Offer: $1100 for my computer.

Chassi: Phanteks P400s

CPU: i7 7700k 4.2Ghz

GPU: GTX 1070 8GB

Motherboard: Gigabyte Gaming z270 K3

RAM: 16GB 3000Mhz (DDR4)

Disks: 1x M.2 500GB | 2x Samsung Evo 970 SSD (500GB, 256GB).

Fsnst: 4 Noctua 140mm, one 120mm Phanteks back.

CPU Cooling: NZXT Kraken X62

PSU: EVGA Supernova G2 750W

Should I take the deal? If so, I won't have a gaming PC until 4000 series comes out. I barely game, maybe 1 or 2 a week for an hour or so. I have a work laptop that I can use.

Also in the middle of moving apartments so I will be busy with that for a while.
 
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I would say $1,100 is a very healthy price for that build. It is a solid build though. I would go for it if you don't mind going without it for a while. RTX 4000 series isn't expected until late 2022 (Oct-Nov).

spree01

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I would say $1,100 is a very healthy price for that build. It is a solid build though. I would go for it if you don't mind going without it for a while. RTX 4000 series isn't expected until late 2022 (Oct-Nov).

Yeah I feel like it's a very good deal (on the higher side in terms of what my build is actually worth).
 

ssmokeyy

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I would sell and start saving. Pc prices have gone up and will keep going up. Unless u want to do a dell build I could see around 3k for a rtx 4070 with Intel 13th gen and all the parts u would need.