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[FS] [UK] XFX GTX260 Black Edition

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  1. Nick259

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    Regretably having to downgrade and sell my GTX260 to get repairs done to our car :( It's an XFX GTX260 Black Edition Core 216 65nm that I bought refurbished exactly a year ago. For some reason it runs stock bios (it must have been a mistake during the refurb process) but I was never confident enough to flash it to the black edition bios in case i screwed it up lol. Of course it runs perfectly stable at Black edition speeds (666/1150/1404) and can OC even further. I've heard its very easy to flash though. You can see the bits and bobs that are included in the pics, however it won't come with any molex to pci-e adaptors as I cant find any :D Also, I can't find the outer cardboard sleeve for the box but I have the big green box it came in :)

    Apparantly warranty isn't transferable.

    It also comes with an exclusive black edition membership card and some sort of sticker for your case. It gives you exclusive black edition member authority :)nutkick:) and you may on occasion be invited to exclusive black edition member only events. I have included a pic of the letter I got with it :)


    I'm looking for £80inc


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    core 216?? 192?? 55nm?? 65nm??
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    Good Questions. It's 216sp, 65nm.
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    Hm i wonder if that GPU would run with my PSU...lols
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    I think most people wouldn't reccommend it but since i'm the seller i'm going to say...it'll be fine :laugh:

    I'm running it on a corsair HX520w and had it on an ocz stealth xtreme 600w before that. I have a 480w psu ( dual 12v, 12v1 - 18a, 12v2 - 20a) that I could test it on but thats a bit more than 400w so it wouldn't prove anything.
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    Your PSU would be a perfect match for this card.
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    Price drop to £85inc.
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    is it the card with voltage adjustments available??
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    I don't think so. I think it's either asus or evga who offer that.
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    bump
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    Further price drop.
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    Sold on another forum for £77.

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