Yes, I understand that I’m trying to convince you that I’m correct. But, that’s not for, “I want to ** sell it for $700”, I’m trying to convince you to at least allow me to sell this computer to be sold at around $600. Anything under $500 is just losing money and just calling myself a failure. Like, should I get a better power supply? I can find like a Seasonic Focus or a like a cheap PSU like a EVGA B3. Should I provide support if something doesn’t work? Should I provide accessories and a monitor? Should I give them a Win10 Key if the first one doesn’t working? I wasted 2 months waiting for this moment to sell it and now what, “Haha lose your money, cuz dat dookie 2rd Gen is ** ” “Ha you wasted your money no one is gonna buy your PC kid”, “Ha #goodluck”, “#sellitfor$1”The pricier the parts you put in, the more you'll have to raise the price. You're still talking about a CPU and motherboard that dates back about 8 years, and DDR3 RAM that hasn't been used since the Haswell era Intel processors.
So? It doesn't matter - what matters is that a much more modern system, with full warranty, is available for very little more than the outdated system that you're offering, without warranty. It's on sale, but someone can actually buy it. Why would they buy your system?
I mean, you are free to try and do whatever you want - but you asked a question here, and you're being given answers, and being given explicit reasons WHY those answers are given to you. It seems like you're fighting to convince us that what you want to be correct should be correct..... but it's the reality of what you're selling that's the issue.
The only way you're going to profit off of that system is if you con someone. If that's what you want to do, then we're not going to help you do that. We're just telling you the reality of the value of your system vs your asking price.
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