IF I sold my late iMac 2012

colinreid

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Mar 24, 2013
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I'm debating whether to sell my late 2012 27" iMac which I purchased early 2013. How much do you think I would get back from it if I did? Specs below, thanks guys!

3.4 GHz Intel Core i7
8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 675MX 1024 MB
 

Supertaff

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I would say somewhere between £1,000 and £1,300 based on the information on sold iMac 27 on eBay.

The main difference on price would be based on the hard drive specification you have which you haven't put in the description of your iMac.

Normal Hard drive iMac e.g. 500gb would be closer to £1,000, whereas a 1TB SSD would be closer to the £1,300.

Taff
 

colinreid

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Mar 24, 2013
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Scotland
I would say somewhere between £1,000 and £1,300 based on the information on sold iMac 27 on eBay.

The main difference on price would be based on the hard drive specification you have which you haven't put in the description of your iMac.

Normal Hard drive iMac e.g. 500gb would be closer to £1,000, whereas a 1TB SSD would be closer to the £1,300.

Taff
It's a 1TB SSD, very good condition (well taken care off) and I still have the packaging etc. So in that case it could be £1,300?
 
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J&JPolangin

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I'm debating whether to sell my late 2012 27" iMac which I purchased early 2013. How much do you think I would get back from it if I did? Specs below, thanks guys!

3.4 GHz Intel Core i7
8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 675MX 1024 MB
Or u could use it til it breaks and buy the latest, greatest then...:eek:

You've only had it ~1 year...
 

J&JPolangin

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I have a 2011 iMac with upgraded RAM and a FW SSD boot disc on the back which makes it much better than the original internal HDD...but eventually I'll put an internal 500 Gb SSD in to it the next time we move apartments.

No reason to get rid of a fully functioning machine:eek: