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  1. dustyshiv

    dustyshiv

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    Guys,

    I'm looking for a Core i7 Socket 1366 Mobo with at least 4 PCI-e slots. This will be primarily used for the noble causes of crunching and folding for Team TPU.

    I perfer Gigabyte, Asus or EVGA.
     
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    Socket 1156 or 1366?
     
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    PM'd on a x58 w/3 PCIE slots.

    Didn't read you were looking for a 4 slotter.

    Edit, crap Dubai is hella far away. Shipping would be horrid.
     
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    How expensive are boars over there?

    Since this is for a noble cause, I can be a middleman if you wish, buy the board for you then ship it to you
     
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    Appreciate your help nster. Boards are pretty expensive.

    Just came off frm a local gigabyte retailer inquiring abt X58A-UD3R which is abt 1125 AED or 312 USD. The mobo on egg is listed for 210 USD. How much would it cost to ship to Dxb??
     
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    wouldn't there be import tax or what not though? what is Dxb? Which Carrier should I do it with?

    P.S: sry, maybe we should PM
     
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    Always ship via USPS for overseas, no hidden fees like Fedex or UPS.
     
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    Also great potential to lose everything. They successfully lost a set of RAM that I sent to Brazil and also stole an SPDIF cable that I mailed to a guy as nothing but a ripped (but they taped it up afterwards how nice) envelope arrived. I would prefer a hidden fee if it means my product arrives there. DHL is how I would go as that's all they do now.
     
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    bump
     
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    International shipments sent via USPS are handled by FedEx.
     
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    o_O LOL

    Well, true except for Canada that I know
     
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    Well, maybe I should have said overseas shipments, lol.
     

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