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eVGA B-Stock 8800GTS (G92) 512MB KO $109

Discussion in 'Hot Deals' started by nflesher87, Sep 18, 2008.

  1. nflesher87

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    SK-1 says thanks.
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    Great find! Amazing price.
     
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    whats funny is the 8800gt is $129
     
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    yeah I noticed that too :laugh: their pricing is really funny... the standard GTS is 109 also :rolleyes:
     
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    Non-KO is 99 bucks---I'll save the ten bucks and overclock myself.:p
     
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    yeah they just updated the other day with more cards and new prices, such as adding the GX2s and Ultra and other cards
    At the time I posted, the GTS and GTS KO were both 109 ;)
     
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    The GX2's are nice too.
     
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    indeed, aside from the 3870X2, without doubt the best bang for your buck card right now
     
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    Come on "Big Bang II".... I just want to see if I will try to go quad core again, or just keep going GTX... The prices on those cards are.... wow....
     

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