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Not much can be re-used.

I see members chimed in at https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/i-need-help-upgrading-my-pc/ that this PC is what it is. Nothing really re-usable here.

If you did take out the HDD or such, then for the price of a working desktop (selling this one) you can use that cash for a better HDD.

You were talking DUAL GTX 980's which go for 800 each.
https://www.amazon.com/EVGA-GeForce-Quieter-Graphics-04G-P4-2983-KR/dp/B00NT9UT3M

Maybe you really need to stop and think about getting a refund. You claim this cost you 500 so for that much at https://www.reddit.com/r/PCMasterRace/wiki/builds you would be gaming.

Right now, you are making multiple posts and folk will notice that and stop talking to you.

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Reuse

You can reuse the hdd/odd/keyboard/mouse.

You will need.
Case
Psu
Mobo
Cpu
Ram
Gpu
OS

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I think selling the working desktop.

Could be more than enough for a new hdd/odd/keyboard/mouse.

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Yup

Put the working machine on e-bay and local ads and see if any offers.

If the op can get 200/250 for it then that's a nice start for a proper build.

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