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    I am curious to how much I should sell my old system for, i have an acquatence that wants to buy the computer. I do not want to rip them off, but I am looking to get the most money I can out of the transaction. What would you ask for, in USD plz.

    Supermicro motherboard(For Get Model #)
    Dual P3 600
    256 MB of PC133
    TNT2 32 Megs
    10000 RPM 18.0 Gig SCSI Drive
    Teac 4x12 CDR (SCSI)
    32x SCSI Toshiba CDROM
    SB Live
    Copy of windows2000
    Copy of Office 2000
    Copy of EZ CD Creator (Software is Legit!)

    Thnaks for your help!

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    I'd say at least $400. If that software is all legal, then the system is worth at least that.

    With a dual CPU setup, and a fast SCSI HD, it'd make a great server.

    If you look at the individual prices of the components:
    Mobo: Dual proc - $60
    CPU: 2xP3 600 - $60
    RAM: 256 PC133 - $25
    HD: SCSI - $90
    VID: TNT2 - $35
    CDR+CDROM: SCSI, 12x4 | 32X - $80+$45
    SND: SB Live! - $35

    Then you take into account the software. Retail would be a lot of extra, but I doubt you'll be a j0ik and charge them full price for that one. I usually don't charge much, if any for a software package with any comps I sell.
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