Discussion in 'AMD / ATI' started by AthlonX2, Apr 16, 2013.
im sure AMD had something to do with it
3***t( 63) US $89,999.00
Apr-17-13 10:39:59 PDT
3***t( 63) US $50,000.00
Apr-17-13 10:39:45 PDT
One does not simply owns the highest bid and increases it by 40K few seconds later.
Obvious AMD Troll is obvious.
I Guess I would take 2
or just wait for for the 8xxx series
Guaranteed bad investment
Dem trollbids ruined a legit auction
I agree that this is an AMD stunt, and a well played one
Kudos to the peron/s that thought this up, you can't buy that kind of advertising
id be pissed if I accidently hit bid at the very last moment haha!
and all the forums are talking about this ebay gimmick, so well done to the brains behind this!!
What an a****le, whoever thought this up!.
God damn DRAG!.
Yeah, was gonna say it's just pretty to look at until driven properly. You can spin the propellers and go OOOOH!
Sold for $96,000? I could buy a decent Porsche or something for that price, better yet maybe an Aston Martin.
I feel that we're going to see a "What Would You Buy with 96K" topic soon enough...
Well played, AMD. Well played.
Damn, too bad AMD didn't get the money, they'd love that cash injection.
That don't add up.
When I have ever increased my bid, it never has "jumped" to that[my] higher bid, not untill another bidder places a bid ? an then ony increases to the incriment over that person's bid
this happens if you put in a bid of 90k and then someone bids less than 90k and quits at 89998
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