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    Hello

    Just wondering what you think would be a fair price for the following pc:

    Gigabyte SKT-1155 Z77-DS3H Motherboard
    Corsair CMZ8GX3M2A1600C9B Vengeance 8GB Memory
    Intel Core I5-3470 Processor (3.20GHZ, 6MB Cache, Socket 1155)
    MSI AMD HD7850 1GB DDR5 PCI-E Graphics Card
    WD Black 500GB HDD
    Gigabyte Luxo X10 Black Midi Desktop Gaming Tower PC Case
    LG 22EA63V 22-inch IPS LED 1920 x 1080 VGA DVI HDMI Monitor
    Cooler Master 500W 12V Elite Power 500 Power Supply
    Win 7 64bit
    DVDRW Drive
    TP-Link TL-WN822N 300MBPS High Gain Wireless N USB Adapter

    Its about 4 months old and has had very little use.

    Any ideas where the best place to sell it would be?

    Thanks

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    Sell it here or Ebay, though on ebay you'd probably get a better price if you sold each component seperately.

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    That's a decent set of components, and they're all very salable. Sadly though, that's usually not as a whole. In theory, the whole lot should fetch £500, but you'll struggle to get bids - split it into its component parts though, and you should get your money.

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    I'd sell the box and monitor separately buyer rarely want the whole package. You must offer delivery if you want a wide audience to bid on it. You can use parcel2go for the postage calcs (they'll pick up from you)

    you'll get £430 ish on ebay. Also is Windows 7 inc licenced and with a COA? Make sure you stipulate clearly on the advert.

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    Thanks for the replies so far. Confirms what I thought myself. The machine belongs to a family member and they have asked me about selling it. Waste of time that was speccing it and building it! Going to try and avoid ebay if possible.

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