PC: Alienware M15x i7-920XM

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  1. TheHighlightGuy

    TheHighlightGuy Notebook Consultant

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    Hey all,
    I may be selling my baby sometime soon, I just wanted to know what it would be worth as is!
    • No warranty.
    • Very good condition (minus a rubber bumper missing from the palm rest)
    • i7-920XM
    • Black
    • 8GB DDR3 @ 1333 MHZ (Corsair)
    • 120GB Intel 330 SSD in the hard drive bay + 1TB WD HDD in the optical bay
    • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460M 1.5GB GDDR5
    • 1600x900 WLED
    • 9 CELL BATTERY
    • BIGFOOT WIRELESS 1103N
    Aaand I think that's about it.
    What do you all think?
     
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    Lukeman Notebook Evangelist

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    $850-$1000
     
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    imglidinhere Notebook Deity

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    $800 maximum sale price. The 920XM is considerably dated and the 460M really isn't the big GPU to go for in a gaming machine. The 650M is faster and draws less power.
     
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    I would ask for $1000~.
     
  5. TheHighlightGuy

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    Thanks all.

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    King of Interns Simply a laptop enthusiast

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    Nice spec. I would say closer to $800 not $1000.

    At $800-850 it would sell well. Plus the potential is there to upgrade the GPU.

    The 920xm isn't yet dated. It can match the 3610qm still which is used in conjuction with the 7970M in many machines. I would say it can ride it with the big boys until the next gen of CPU's.
     
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    Thanks!

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