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    Old kit price check

    I am selling the bits from my old PC as I recently upgraded.

    A friend wants some of the parts and has asked for a price on them, but I have no idea.

    The bits he wants are:

    e6700 cpu
    2 x 2gb ddr2 800 ram
    2 x 1gb ddr2 800 ram
    asus p5b mobo
    raptor 150gb

    How much do you think I should ask for?

    I just need to sell the rest of the kit then. PSU, 2 dvd rw's, soundcard.

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    Re: Old kit price check

    Quote Originally Posted by rsmarsha View Post
    I just need to sell the rest of the kit then. PSU, 2 dvd rw's, soundcard.
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    As for the kit your friend wants, £150 - £200 all up would be my guess. Not to sure through.
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    Re: Old kit price check

    I'd agree on the price. Each of the components would be ~£40 imho.
    CPU, RAM, MoBO, HDD x 40 = 160.
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    Re: Old kit price check

    Quote Originally Posted by Phage View Post
    I'd agree on the price. Each of the components would be ~£40 imho.
    CPU, RAM, MoBO, HDD x 40 = 160.
    £200 actually, there are two RAMs, unless you meant that £40 for all 6 GiBs?
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    Re: Old kit price check

    6GB RAM might be worth a little more than £40 imo, prices still seem to be shooting up over the last couple of months.

    Mind you, all-in-all it's a pretty reaosnable price so I guess it all comes down to how much you want to get from your mate

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    Re: Old kit price check

    Quote Originally Posted by nightkhaos View Post
    £200 actually, there are two RAMs, unless you meant that £40 for all 6 GiBs?
    D'Oh !
    £200 it is, although when selling to mates, it depends on how much they're willing to pay. I'd charge £250 to take the whole box and avoid the hassle of breaking it up.
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    Re: Old kit price check

    Quote Originally Posted by Phage View Post
    D'Oh !
    £200 it is, although when selling to mates, it depends on how much they're willing to pay. I'd charge £250 to take the whole box and avoid the hassle of breaking it up.
    Fair enough, that explains it

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