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Old 01-27-2007, 12:51 PM   #1
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Hey I have an E-Machine comp I want to sell. I paid 400 for it w/o a monitor. I am just wondering what kind of price I might be able to get for it. I just need the little extra cash to order a new comp that I am looking at. Anyways. If you could give me suggestions, that would be great. Thanks
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specs would be great...
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Dude, right now, your PC is worth nothing without specs.
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Old 01-27-2007, 01:21 PM   #4
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CPU Type AMD Sempron, 1800 MHz (9 x 200) 3100+
Total Memory 222 MB
CPU Clock 1807.97 MHz
Video Adapter NVIDIA GeForce 6100 (64 MB)


That is just what I can get off of it w/o tearin into it. the ram is messed up but it is an e-machin afterall... sorry if you need more info. i might be able to get it up later on today, I dont know yet though.
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idk $50-$100 US
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I'd say 200 max but I'm not the best at judging these types of things so don't go solely by my word. I don't think new computers come with anything less than 512MB RAM anymore, if they do I can't find them.
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I'd say 200 max but I'm not the best at judging these types of things so don't go solely by my word. I don't think new computers come with anything less than 512MB RAM anymore, if they do I can't find them.
dell do a system with 256MB ram but most of the time they have a "free" double memory offer on it , and depending upon hard drive and optical drives i think about $200 max sounds about right
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I'd say 200 max but I'm not the best at judging these types of things so don't go solely by my word. I don't think new computers come with anything less than 512MB RAM anymore, if they do I can't find them.
haha, go to walmart, look @ emachines, youll find less than 512 ram haha. thats where i got mine. when i was just interested in buying my own comp at the time. 6 months ago lol
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yeah imao they still sell comp with less than 512mb but for xp 256mb can be used up pretty quickly by backround software , i would reccomend a minimum of 512mb for simple tasks and 1gb for gaming minimum depending on game
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