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[FS][US] two GTX 670 4GB (680 pcb design)

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  1. wermad

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    1 of 2 left, GTX 670 4GB (680 pcb design)

    Bought a couple of new different gpu(s), so i no longer need this one.

    Zotac GTX 670 4GB (ZT-60303-10P):
    The Zotac is a brand new replacement I got for my GTX 580 3GB I sent in through warranty. Its got at most six hours of usage. My build has been in pieces due to this upgrade so I have not gotten a chance to use this at all (or the evga). I can provide full assistance with warranty as I am the original owner (new owner will pay for any rma shipping, i will provided assistance with the process).
    ***Sold***

    Amazon payments preferred (will take paypal, but please pm first).



    EVGA GTX 670 4GB FTW+ (04G-P4-3673-KR):
    The EVGA I bought off someone who had sli'd it with another one. He quickly found it it was total overkill for a single 1080 monitor. So its got a less then a day of usage. I only used it a couple of hours. I'm not sure if this was registered.
    ***Sold***

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  2. Ryleh

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    Go the guest RMA page for the EVGA gpu and enter the serial. It'll show you whether or not it was registered.

    Might save you some time from having someone else ask about it later.
    I'd consider the card but I have no idea when my college refund is coming.
  3. wermad

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    EVGA sold :toast:



    Thank you! Someone pointed this out already and I've informed the new owner. :toast:
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    Price drop. Motivated to sell to pickup my new gpu(s) :toast:
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    I'm still considering this. (what this means is I'm wondering if the wife would kill me or not)
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    Gonna make it harder for you and the missus, price drop :rockout:
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    Noise and Temp?

    Hey man, What were your temps and noise level like?
    I'm looking for an upgrade for my HTPC. Would be a nice addition if its pretty quiet.
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    Compared to the 7970 I had, it runs a bit cooler and the fan noise is quieter. Its got the gtx 680 pcb design so you can slap any 680 block on it.

    here's the closest review I could find:

    http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/graphics/40613-evga-geforce-gtx-670-ftw/?page=9

    only difference this is a 2gb and evga version but that shouldn't have any impact on overall performance.
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    Zotac sold :)

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