I'm thinking about selling my current pc and upgrading.. Wanting to know an idea of costs you guys think people will be prepared to pay.
Here's the setup:
Corsair Carbide 500r Back case
Asus P9X79 X79 Motherboard
G-Skill 8GB Ripjaws X DDR3 2133 Dual Kit ram (x2) - 16gb total
Intel Core i7 3820 @ 3.6 - upto 3.8
Samsung EVO 250gb SSD
Standard 1gb HD
Corsair h100i Water cooler
Corsair HX Series HX750 Power Supply
EVGA NVIDIA GTX 670 FTW Signature Edition2 - 2GB
PCIe wireless adapter
That's all I can think off top of my head. Can run perfectly as a Hackintosh machine too (not sure if that's worth something to someone)
I was thinking around £900 - is that asking too much?
Best Answer +Phouchg , 09 June 2014 - 11:57
That depends on its age, condition (scrathes, dust), and overall quality of workmanship. A new one with nearly the same content goes for about £1200-1300, so I'd say, if it still has most of warranties, all in all the deal is fair.
But, I'm interested, what exactly would be that "latest" that you wish to keep up to? X99 and DDR4, perhaps? Unless you're just going for the kicks, I wouldn't bet on either - it's bound to suffer from an untold number of oddities before it will be viable and reliable replacement.Go to the full post