Get the value and size of your Steam account

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  1. johnnyman27

    johnnyman27 Notebook Lover

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    Chazy90 Notebook Evangelist

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    Cool, until recently it was steam calculator I think...

    btw :D

    This selection includes 358 items, is valued at $6211.14, and requires 2132.78 GB
     
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    johnnyman27 Notebook Lover

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    ohh!that's a big selection m8!!!!nice!! :D
     
  4. HTWingNut

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    Steam calculator has been around for a long time: steamcalculator.com and similar thread when through here a while ago, but the site seems to be down at the moment. It's a bit overwhelming to see the listed value when for me I probably only spent 20% of what was listed.

    Here's mine:

    This selection includes 426 items, is valued at $5783.61, and requires 1573.56 GB
     
  5. D2 Ultima

    D2 Ultima Livestreaming Master

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    Huh, seems I got the smallest steam account. I spent nowhere near that much though, for certain. Haven't gotten many recent games for the last couple years XD

    This selection includes 224 items, is valued at $3256.14, and requires 1036.07 GB
     
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    Considering I've been a Steam member since August 2004 (wow 8.5 years), even at full listed value, that's only $56/month.
     
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    D2 Ultima Livestreaming Master

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    For me it's since 2009. Not even 4 years yet. But really most of my stuff was all bundles, humble bundles and sales. And a bunch of other free stuff that I happened to get too because I knew someone working on some games and I got keys from him now and then. If I've spent $1000 on steam, that'd be a lot. Still remember Terraria 4 pack for $7.50 and THQ pack for $25 and eidos pack for $50... those were some good summers and christmases....
     
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    joshthor 100% Crazy Sauce

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    This selection includes 211 items, is valued at $2781.04, and requires 931.1 GB
     
  9. Qing Dao

    Qing Dao Notebook Deity

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    This selection includes 18 items, is valued at $186.85, and requires 87.72 GB

    Woohoo, I have the smallest! But actually, it lists the current prices for these things on Steam. Even though a few of the games were gifts, I paid more than that amount for the rest of them.
     
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    MenelikSams Notebook Guru

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    290$ and 150GB ... I am slightly sane I guess.12 items
     
  11. Chazy90

    Chazy90 Notebook Evangelist

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    Thanks!

    So I still have the most valued Steam Account here?:D
     
  12. killkenny1

    killkenny1 Too weird to live, too rare to die.

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    There is also this cool website:
    Lambent Stew - Steam Time Analysis
    Now if we could incorporate these two websites to also calculate "best bang for the bang" rate that would be awesome :D.
     
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