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[FS] [UK] - Ati Radeon 2900 Pro/XT 512MB 512Bit

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  1. selway89

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    Hi all,

    I have just upgraded to a lovely Radeon 5850 :) so this Radeon 2900Pro (XT Bios) is surplus

    I got the card quite awhile back in a new condition off ebay; it had been flashed to XT and then put back in the box. I have had it since and its been perfect!

    All cables and box etc are present. Its been well looked after. Regularly cleaned out the heatsink and has Arctic Silver 5 applied. If you wish to know anything else drop me a PM.

    Id like it to be a quick sale.
    PayPal as payment.

    Looking for £35 posted to Mainland UK.
    May take trades, but that depends on what your offering etc.

    eBay userid = cyrus265
    Heatware = selway89 (only just signed up)

    Many thanks for looking :)

    note: this maybe advertised else where so first come first server really, I have the right to remove it from sale at any point.


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    nice price, bump
     
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    Would you do £30 incl..?
     
  4. selway89

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    Replied to PM - I guess this is bumpage too
     
  5. qubit

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    That's a good price and you've got yourself a great performance boost - the performance jump is huge! Enjoy. :toast:

    I've got the top model of the 2000 series, the 2900 XT* 1GB (DDR4), 8800 GTX & 8800 Ultra in my collection of graphics cards (nvidias were cheap b-grades) and I love having them all.

    *It was actually a Pro, bought cheaply and flashed to an XT, but hey.
     
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    What sort of cards is this comparable to?
     
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    I can't find your selway89 seller ID on eBay - typo?
     
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    His ebay is cyrus265
     
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    3870 & 4670 off the top of my head. I suggest looking at some TPU reviews since the 2900 came out, to get a better idea of the performance range.

    EDIT: also, you might find this THG performance comparison chart handy.
     
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    Bah well if this isn't sold by Monday I may get it, my check didn't come in this week so no buying : /
     
  11. selway89

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    Yeh sorry about that it was a typo which i have amended.

    Word of warning this card is power hungry. Panther you should be good with your 750W (assuming it has good 12V rails).

    I would preferably like to sell it at £35 as it is quite a heavy card and would cost fair bit to post. Again first come first serve. :)
     
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    Ah it wouldn't be going in my rig, if its pretty power hungry then it might not be so good for my mothers rig ha ha.
     
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    200w is the max power draw or around there anyway. That's running at full tilt and overclocked. This also means it can be warm in idle and hot in game.
    I do believe there was a review on tpu and that should give you all the information.

    Hope this is useful info, I'd rather be as honhest as possible when selling items.
     
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    Had a wee read around and I'll think I'll pass this time man.

    But for the inconvenience I'll give your thread a bump some time in the future for you : ]
     
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    Bumpity bump :)
     
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    Bump
     
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    Last bump. Still looking for £35 posted to main land UK. Else this getting sent to cex after the postal strike. Any questions feel free to ask.
     
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    Great price.
     
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