How to sell old computer?

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Hi, Harrowdene!

With all the geeks at sometime, Yes, sometimes. Collect your computer, modernisierung, put your soul into it, and then obstoyatelstva force You to sell it, willingly or not, is not important.

So I had to sell or exchange your BB for something more compact sizes. The machine almost new, accessories, all of excellent quality, minimal mileage, clear begins to "strangle the toad" and I want to raise the price tag higher).
So, how not to go astray, what percentage is to take the cost of a new (or not new), what price would be considered adequate? 50% of the cost of new components, or 30% or something else? To me, the most important thing, and the buyer remained dovolno deal. What a start, if the goal is to sell, not to get rid of unnecessary stuff?
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It's simple. Set the maximum price as new minus 30-50 dollars and waiting for calls. No call — price reduced. Well, that's if slowly of course.
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Send it to some newspaper, where people are distant from IT more than anything.
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I'm your 600th duron, with the old mice, keyboards, monitors, sold for 7000 rur in 2007.
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strange question, of course, not many of my knowledgeable fellow neighbors bought their computers through the "hand in hand" where you can look at the competitive set and supply at the same price, if it really is not too high.
I their hardware and only sold because you don't want, I had a friend of a hoarder, which is slightly higher than the market price "PC flea market" selling all sorts of b/y configuration, for this I bought all sorts of used iron, a couple of times I sold him my old motherboard, processor and RAM at a price which is assumed, that is was satisfied with the deal.
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The rule (unwritten, but generally accepted) is as follows: when you take out the laptop from the store or left a motor show on a new machine, its price has decreased by 30%. In view of the fact that You build the computer from components rather than bought ready-made solution, I would advise you to include added value for your work on the Assembly. To see how much a similar cycle solution already assembled in a kind of average store, subtract 30% and courage not to reduce the price. Since it was already quite adequate.
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I have always been convinced that the old computers into routers ;))
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when I going to sell my old PC, took it apart for parts. there is certainly a chance that not everything can be sold, but the price for parts is usually greater than the entire company.
if I'm at my PC I want $ x then piecemeal out x+20%.
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Go to the Hammer and put the minimum appropriate price as the base. Well and further all depends on the interest in the lot.
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