Selling a PC - Parts or Package

Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by vendettabass, Dec 31, 2006.

  1. vendettabass macrumors 6502a

    vendettabass

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    OK, so I'm after a nice ACD for my MacBook (after MWSF of course), so am going to sell my PC to generate some cash, and was wondering if it'd be more profitable selling as parts or as a whole. Heres the specs:

    Intel Pentium D 3.00Ghz
    1GB DDR2 PC533 RAM
    200GB SATA Hard Drive (7200rpm)
    NVidia 6600 DDR2 PCX
    Intel 915P Chipset motherboard
    Dual Layer DVD/RW
    Speeze QuadraFlow processor cooling fan
    550w Silent PSU

    Sony SDMS95 19' Monitor

    I need around £350 more for an ACD.. is it possible realistically?
     
  2. Osarkon macrumors 68020

    Osarkon

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    Is it possible realistically? Certainly. I'd pay that much for a computer of that specification if I was in the market for one, seeing as I see people paying £500 for computers that are brand new and have half that spec. I think you might get more for it if you sell the parts seperately, but it's less hassle to sell it as a package.
     
  3. menthol moose macrumors regular

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    Just a heads up, here. If I recall correctly, Intel's 915 chipset doesn't support dual-core processors. If you can prove me wrong, please do so, however, because I've got a 915 chipset motherboard I'd like to upgrade to dual-core.
     
  4. vendettabass thread starter macrumors 6502a

    vendettabass

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    not 100%... here's the actual item I got from ebay in summer..

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