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How to kill 8800gts G92 ???

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  1. Haz197

    Haz197 New Member

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    Hi everyone,

    I have a quick question if I may ........

    How do I kill my 8800gts 512 without it looking like I have killed it ??

    I ask as I can get a 9800gtx for an extra 8 quid if this card is returned as faulty.

    I was thinking of putting 240v through the earths or something but a paritally knackered card would be best as the shop could power ir up and test it then.

    Please no silly suggestions, I know I could throw it out of a window or stamp on it :p
     
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    oh boy, anyther one of these
     
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    These kinda questions are not accepted here.
    What you are trying to do is rip of the company you buy from.:shadedshu
     
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    Please do not ask how to destroy hardware on tpu. We always end up in a crazy ethical conversation. Furthermore, this basically equates to stealing.
     
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    btw there isnt much difference between ur card and ur "upgrade" path
     
  6. Haz197

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    yes :) but I apologise if I have offended anyone, will delete thread if so
     
  7. Haz197

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    kk my bad
     
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    yea there was another thread here few months ago , plz dont do this . as the others said this equates to stealing . and 9800gtx is not that much better , its just an overclocked 8800 gts .
     
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    You did not offend me but i just want to point out what is morally acceptable. ;):)

    And please lock this one before all the vultures come in.:D
     
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    not sure how to lock it :( hopefully a moderator will do so :)

    as for morals ........ ooooops .... guess I don't have very many when it comes to huge companies selling you something then droping the price a week l8r :( but neway, enuf of this, sorry all.
     
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    My thoughts exactly, for the love of god will a mod delete or lock the thread lol i don't fancy a repeat :).

    Gam
     
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    Please don't ask these types of fraudulent questions again. I also wouldn't recommend doing it either. Sell your card and do the responsible thing. Thread closed.:shadedshu
     
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