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    Last piece I need for the kids' PC is a decent video card. I'd prefer something I can fold on, but I'd like something fairly quiet. Please let me know what you've got and how much you're looking for shipped. Remember: best offer wins! :toast:
     
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    I have a XFX 5670 if you're interested. Plays valve games, sc2,...etc stuff like that fairly decently. And doesn't require a power connector. Selling it for about 35-40 USD.

    If not, hope you find something better ^^
     
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    Thanks, but looking to buy here @ TPU
     
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    Do some SLI configuration for you son's PC!!! I got two 8800GTS's (G92) 512Mb vid cards....BFG/EVGA, both great condition. Was selling them for $110 shipped but price is always negotiable.;)
     
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    I would prefer a single card at the moment so I can SLI in the future ;)
     
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    i might be able to sell you my friends HD5770. $90
     
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    You should baby your child now with some SLI goodness....DO IT!!! DO IT!!! DO IT!!! You know you want to.:D
     
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    PSU I just got only has two 6/8 pin PCIe plugs, so no SLI.

    Last day for this - I want to make a deal today!
     
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    Well best I got in the house are 9800GT EVGA, BFG 8800GTS, and EVGA 8800GTS
     
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    AWW! that suxs! Hopfully EVGA Bstock will get more in, I kinda want one myself and I dont know why LOL
     
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    Nothing at all. Just a better stock cooler on the Asus.

    EDIT:

    The 768MB Vanilla has more shaders.
    The SE has 1GB but less shaders.

    They perform similar.
     
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    GTX 460 SE = 1024MB, 288 Cuda Cores
    GTX 460 = 768MB, 336 Cuda Cores

    Both cards are great, stock vs stock the regular 460 wins due to more cuda cores. The SE version is alittle better in higher resolutions.
     
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    The highest res that would be used on this PC is 1280 x 1024, so I don't think that will be critical. So far the FPB is the best offer I've had.

    Anybody else? Going once...
     
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    Gone. Thanks TPU!
     
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