Reply 160 of 934, by imi
I mean it makes sense if someone is looking for that one particular replacement part, but chances are high the seller will not ever find a buyer for all the parts and so they eventually just land in the bin.
and here the same rule from above applies... looking for a laptop replacement part? better off just buying a whole other laptop instead of looking for single parts ^^
I once bought a whole load of Toughbook replacement parts, but those were all new original factory replacement parts, so not even parted out, and they were a lot cheaper than what most sellers were asking for old used parted out parts... I also bought a bunch of Toughbooks in varying states of disrepair just to have replacement parts on hand, it makes a lot of sense just to sell them as a whole, like I said chances are only one or two parts are going to sell anyways, so might as well have sold it all together and it's way less effort too ^^
but yeah, parting out desktops makes a lot more sense, as all the parts can be used individually in different machines if it's not OEM specific.