Built a PC a few months ago for Skyrim. Selling it because I've been offered an opportunity to move out of state and could use the money/would rather not have to transport it. Specs are as follows:AMD Phenom II x6 1090T @ 3.2GHzG.Skill 8GB DDR3 1600 RAM2x 2GB MSI 6950 Twin Frozr II/OC 500GB WD Cavier BlackASUS optical driveAcer 23" monitorIf interested, you can have the speakers and keyboard. They're both basic, bought them at Walmart for less than 30 bucks. Reply if you want more information, such as pics, pricing or specific details. I am more than willing to provide you with any information not mentioned and will do my best to get back to you as soon as possible (the next day at the latest). You can have my copies of Windows 7 and Skyrim too.Thanks!
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I'm wondering... Is it possible to sell specific parts of the PC or is it the entire PC altogether?
Other then that, it's a nice PC; I may put up the money for it if only to have a spare by my side, you have any pics?
Well, I bought the parts from Newegg, so I'm trying to at least make my money back (would like to make a small profit to help with the expenses of moving). I would like to sell it altogether though as I don't have any of the boxes the parts came in and would like to avoid a lot of shipping fees.
And yes, I can take a few pics. Anything specific?
Well some shots of the front as well as some of the inside.
Not to down play your nice rig but making a profit or even breaking equal on it is hard thing to accomplish. Even if I build it I would expect 200 under what I paid for it. selling it off in pats is prob your best bet for making your $ back.
@Der Meister Trying to be optimistic! In reality though, I have it about half way paid for. I'd sell it for less than it originally cost simply because I know that a PC built for gaming isn't necessarily what people look for when they want a computer.
Here are a couple pics. The case is a little dusty on the outside, but the inside is clean.
Sorry if the pics are big.
Looks good... Cabling is clean, not a big fan of the cooler but I'll manage.
@TaylorKarras Yeah, the cooler is a bit on the big side. I knew it was going to be fairly large before I bought it, but the pics didn't do it justice. And yeah, I was meticulous when I ran the cables.