How much is this gaming desktop worh

January 6, 2011 at 23:52:23
Specs: Windows 7
Alright Specs
NOTE: (THIS DOES NOT COME WITH WINDOWS INSTALLED!)
Case:antec 1200 (Side fan removed to fit Eco coolit with 2 fans on radiator)
Power Supply: 650W
Cpu: q9650 (Quad Core)
Cpu Cooler: Eco Coolit
Mobo:Gigabyte Ep45t-usb3p
Fans:8 Fans (Some Antec Stock/ Some Rosewill RFA-120-BL 120mm
Ram: 8 gigs/ Ripjaws
Hard Drives: 3 Total, 2 in raid, 1 in ide
Fan controller: Nzxt Sentry
Working Cd/Dvd Drive.
Graphic Card: radeon sapphire 5830


Screen: SyncMaster 930B- Great monitor

Keyboard= Basic keyboard- Logitech wireless


So what do you think is reasonable


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#1
January 7, 2011 at 03:16:25
Do u want to buy it?
The price depends where u live. Around u$d 700.

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#2
January 7, 2011 at 08:26:46
There are many things lacking in your spec list - make/model of PSU, make/model/capacity of HDDs, RAM speed, make/model/interface of CD/DVD drive (burner?).

The case was a bad choice due to the bottom mount power supply & poor cooling characteristics, thus all the money wasted on case fans & CPU cooling. I'm guessing it sounds like a vacuum with all those fans, even with the controller. The monitor is, or should I say was, a good one in it's day but most people want wide screen. And with the release of the Core-i series of CPUs & chipsets to go with them, the LGA775 format is already a dead end. It doesn't help that there's no OS installed.

I have no doubt this is probably a good performing system, but I'm sure it's not worth as much as you think. I'm not going to put a price on it due to the incomplete specs.


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#3
January 7, 2011 at 08:30:37
i agree with kuwese in the us this costs abt 700 dollars or so
and i also agree with miqlick in addition to the psu and motherboardit would range to 800 dollars that is if ur gunna buy it if ur gunna built it urself than u have to list the psu and motherboard

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#4
January 10, 2011 at 09:57:26
what warranty are you offering with the build? exactly. homemade builds are never going to be worth as much as one from Dell/HP/etc.

agree that unknown manufacturers reduce value.

CPU is last-gen, not even an "ix" series (i3/i5/i7).

how loud is it with 8 fans? fewer larger fans is better than more small fans.

wireless card? not mentioned, guess i have to buy that myself too...

no OS means i'll be deducting another $200 or so from the final value, since i have to buy it myself...

personally, i wouldn't pay more than about $350 for something like this. Not trying to be a dick, just harsh, like the reality of PC evolution. another 6 months and you'll have to PAY someone to take this away for you.


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