Somewhere right around $450
I personally prefer to buy online since I do not have to pay taxes on most online orders, and they deliver it to my door.
Microcenter will match online prices, but again, you have to pay tax, which for me is around 10%.
There are a few deals that you can't beat microcenter on no matter where you shop, like on CPUs and Mobo combos. But for RAM / PSU / Case, it's best to shop newegg / amazon for the best deals.
It's about $350 - $400
Those pics were before I installed a GPU. I've since upgraded her to a Ryzen 7 1800x and a Asus ROG Strix GTX 1070.
You are actually closer to the $700 mark on this build, with even higher pricing depending on if the system is clean and has good cable management.
Is windows 10 included and activated?
To me you are in the $500 - $600 range.
I would actually argue the estimate of $390 is on the higher side, and I'd say your closer to $300 even for all of those parts.
Also of note, you stated "the motherboard is missing a small capacitor...", this is of concern as because you had no issue with it, doesn't mean others won't.
appreciate the help, will do!
yeah not looking for a profit, and not looking to sell on here, just curious to know if I should list for say $1800, or if it would only garner interest at say $1500?
Also, just realized I submitted the wrong part list, the part list has been updated in the original post.
It is - "I built myself", and have receipts to show it was all purchased in the last 45 days, with all original boxes and warranties intact. It is unused as in Windows 10 Pro has been installed, updates have been completed, bios has been updated, and it was turned off and has sat.
Depending where you list it, you are looking at maybe $275
To me, this appears to be about a $450 build.
Actually ended up trading a Ryzen build for a monster of a gaming laptop. I got an MSI GE63VR 7RF laptop with 120hz refresh screen, i7-7700hq, GTX 1070 8gb, 16GB DDR 4 Ram, 256 GB NVME drive with a 500GB SSD and a 256 M.2 SSD. All in I spent $450 on the ryzen build with used parts, and feel like I got a steal of a deal since the laptops are selling on ebay used for between $800 - $1000.
Link to the laptop
I would not say $800 is fair given it is used, and the monitor is just like any other standard FHD 60hz monitor. I would say you are looking around $550 for the PC, and $40-$50 on the monitor so a top dollar of $600.
Sold for $375 locally.
I've got a decent ryzen 5 1600 with 16gb (2x8gb) ram, rx 580, 120 GB M.2 SSD with Win 10 pro activated, 500GB HDD 7200rpm, 600W 80+ EVGA psu, deepcool matrexx 50 with 6 RGB fans and controller for $450 + shipping. Let me know, all parts new except for the 16gb ram.
PCPartPicker Part List
If it includes all parts listed, you are in the $800 - $850 range. 800CAD is a lowball offer.
I typically pay between $75 and $100 for RX 580's, depending on look / wear. A Gigabyte Aorus 580 that is clean and isn't full of dust is a easy flip and $80 is a good price. Closer to $100 if it's 8GB.
Can you take pictures of the inside of the computer, where each cable is plugged in, as well as in general over the motherboard so we can see what might be going on? You can post to imgur and post link here.
PM me paypal address, I'll supply payment and shipping address.
I'll take this pending pictures. Can easily pay via paypal.
What is total price for thermaltake + shipping to 66062?
Do these come with AM4 mounts by chance?
I sell similar builds at a clip of about 1/week, and brand new they sell for $650. Your best bet is to pull the GPU (sadly you overspent on ROG), put in a normal 4GB 580, and sell for around $600.
Everything is connected to RGB Fusion 2.0 through the RGB headers on the motherboard. Had to buy a few splitters to fit everything in.
I have this for sale brand new for $500 right now:
Ryzen 5 1600
Gigabyte B450M DS3H Motherboard (updated for Ryzen 3000)
8GB (2x4GB) DDR4 2666 RAM
120GB M.2 SSD with Windows 10 Pro Activated
1TB 7200RPM HDD
PowerColor RX 580 4GB
EVGA 600W 80+ Power Supply
Deepcool Matrexx 50 Case
DIY-PC 5 RGB Fans with Remote Control
Holy cow, you can achieve this build for less than $1000 if you wanted. Do you want to spend the full 1.5-2k? Or are you looking for a good build for the 1080p 144hz gaming?
And spacing to accommodate RAM.
Hands down, this is a great build for the budget. I sell these similar builds all day long. Only note I will suggest is, your CPU cooler is on backwards. The AMD logo should be on the left side, not on the right.
My suggestion, pull out the 2080, throw in a 1060, and sell for $600.
The CPU isn't a K variant? So you can't OC? What is the mobo / case?
I'd say you are right around the $500 price range for your asking price.
The problem is that your tech is older, but you have a nice design and it looks cohesive.
You might be lucky to pull $100 out of this build. You might be better to pull out the PSU and Sound Card and try to sell them separate.
More like $425
Start at $500, you should get a taker.
So its $124 right now at Newegg (sold out atm) and you want $130?
The fans are connected to the EZDIY-FAB fan controller, and that is plugged into a 4pin molex connector.
You aren't going to want to hear this, but even with the upgrades, they are $85 dollar machines.
I sell this similar system for around $400 - $425 with new parts. You are looking at maybe listing around $350 with used parts if it looks nice and clean. Otherwise you are around $300 for used parts, I priced it out on Ebay, based upon sold prices:
I would say you are in the $600 -$700 range. I just built this almost exact system, except I put a RX 580 in stead of the 1050, and a 1tb HDD instead of the 500GB HD, and it's brand new and am selling for $600.
Offering the exact same service, but with a smile.........for free.
This unit sells for $500, which would be around a 15% markup. I get my deals at Microcenter, so am able to make my profit in the sales I find.
To me it looks like you are sitting around $350.
The title should read "$320".
You are mostly correct on all points, however, he asked for a build for a budget, and I did not take the time to put specific parts in, I just used filters to make it quick. I gave an example of a build he could go with, he doesn't have to use the exact parts, just what an example of a good build would be. No need to get salty brah.
The Ryzen 7 1700X is at Microcenter for $129.99 right now, and you get $30 off a Motherboard combo as well.
This build should start at $450. People pay for upgrade paths, and this just doesn't have it.