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Question What is my pc worth?

QwerkyPengwen

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Depending on where you live and what each component (or equivalent component) goes for, I've broken down in USD average prices for each component to come to a conclusion for the total build.

Keep in mind also that you have to stay comparative to what you can buy new for the money you are asking as well.

Z170 mobo ~ $60
i7-6700 (non K means no overclocking) ~ $75
GTX 1070 F.E. ~ $125
970 EVO NVME 250GB ~ $50
2TB HDD ~ $25 (because HDD's only have so much life span and writes before they go bad)
16GB DDR4 2133MHz CL14 ~ $40

Unknown PSU ~ $20-$40
Unknown Case ~ $20-$40

honestly the flash drive is whatever. but you should just keep it.

Total asking price roughly between $415 to $455.

So you can start your asking price at $450 and wait for somebody to try and haggle the price and then accept something like $400 for it.
 
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Depending on where you live and what each component (or equivalent component) goes for, I've broken down in USD average prices for each component to come to a conclusion for the total build.

Keep in mind also that you have to stay comparative to what you can buy new for the money you are asking as well.

Z170 mobo ~ $60
i7-6700 (non K means no overclocking) ~ $75
GTX 1070 F.E. ~ $125
970 EVO NVME 250GB ~ $50
2TB HDD ~ $25 (because HDD's only have so much life span and writes before they go bad)
16GB DDR4 2133MHz CL14 ~ $40

Unknown PSU ~ $20-$40
Unknown Case ~ $20-$40

honestly the flash drive is whatever. but you should just keep it.

Total asking price roughly between $415 to $455.

So you can start your asking price at $450 and wait for somebody to try and haggle the price and then accept something like $400 for it.
Thanks for the details, i live in Norway and the prices here are quite higher, so ill be doing some math to find a suitable price. https://www.payr.no/i/ressurser/mva-kalkulator just translate it to English, it shows about how much more ill be selling it for. thank you both for the help:)
 

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