Question On Pricing My PC

I'm not sure this really belongs here, so if it doesn't just tell me, but anyways...

I have a PC that I'd like to sell and I don't know how much I can get.


  CPU - i3 2120 3.3GHz

  GPU - Sapphire Radeon HD 7770

  MOBO - Stock Lenovo Motherboard

  RAM - 8 GB (2x4) ddr3-1333

  PSU - Corsair CX-430 430W

  HDD -1TB 7200RPM HDD

Any help would be appreciated, but please don't try and give me a low price thinking I'm gonna sell it to you ;)



wow, really? thanks for the info.

How is that worth $650? Id wager more like $400 at the high end. Not trying to knock it by the way but the 7770 is older now and the cpu is an i3. 

400 seems pretty low, for us on the forum who know what parts are worth though it seems about right, but the general public usually overpays. I just don't know by how much.


It's a used entry level computer (albeit with what was a mid range gpu) from several years ago (not sure when you bought it, but the hardware is old tech). I think you would be ripping off whoever buys this if you sell it for more than $400.

Alienware does it, why cant I?  :)

$250 if you get more than that then great.



so anywhere from 250-650... I guess I'll try 550 and go down from there, thanks for the "help" lol.

Sorry but i laughed when SimpsonCake said $650. I'd say around $250-350.

All those parts new together cost around $400 so considering  you can buy much better newer equivalent parts for that and the computer is used i would say $200-250.

$550 is a giant rip off.

Not sure but I sold a computer here recently:

FX 8320

M5A97 R2.0

8GB DDR3 1600MHZ

Radeon 7850 2GB

Hyper 212 EVO

Thermal-take 600W Power Supply

Thermal-take V3 Black Case


Windows 7 Ultimate

Logitech G602 Mouse

I asked $450 and got it, but I might have been able to get more, just wanted to sell it off. It was an old HTPC that i had recently upgraded.