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[FS][US] Gigabyte GTX 295

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  1. Alien432

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    SOLD: GIGABYTE GV-N295-18I-B Rev2.0 GeForce GTX 295 1792MB 896 (448 x 2)-bit GDDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Support Video Card

    $250. shipped. Manual, CD and accessories are included. Excellent condition.

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    Payment: non credit card PayPal or USPS Money Order accepted.

    Shipping: Fast, will be shipped USPS parcel post, Priority service is available. Item will be shipped within 24 hours of receiving payment. "Shipped" Price is to USA only. If your international (not in USA) pm and I will send you a shipping quote. International buyers are responsible for import duties.

    Condition: Excellent card was previously installed. All items are pre-tested and they are guaranteed to be non-DOA when they arrive, no warranty.

    111+ Positive Heat ! http://heatware.com/eval.php?id=67634
     
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    wolf Performance Enthusiast

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    I thought the co-op cards were EVGA branded? anyway $299 sounds pretty reasonable for this beast.
     
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    Awesome card. Good luck with the sale!

    Nvidia was calling it "Co-Op" because both GPUs were on 1 PCB. I think the naming was just an Nvidia thing.

    "This card combines two GPUs onto a single PCB (printed circuit board), a clear indication on why this card is called CO-OP! "
    http://www.evga.com/articles/00478/

    According to this, the Rev2.0 edition of this card is single PCB. (The Rev. 1.0 was Dual PCB)
    http://www.firingsquad.com/hardware/gigabyte_gv-n295-18i-b_rev2.0_geforce_gtx_295_review/default.asp
     
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    wolf says thanks.
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    WOW! welcome alien! we have done alot of business on anantech and hes a great seller!
     
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    wolf Performance Enthusiast

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    cheers for the explanation :toast:

    I know all about the rev 1.0 and 2.0 cards, I had a dual PCB one (rev 1.0) :laugh:

    it was hilarious at the time, ATi fanboys were cut that 1: it beat a 4870X2 on average, and 2: they were whining that 2 pcb's was a crappy, non-cost-effective design. so Nvidia redesigned it on one pcb lol.

    I found the whole thing amusing becuase I found both (pcb) designs to be superior to a 4870X2, because both GPU's were at least at the same temperature!
     
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    Bump, great card, I would be all over it if I wasn't rocking dual 470's.
     
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    thank u H@rd5tuff... Bump, great card...
     
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    Bump, great card...
     
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    Fast card with hot chic
     
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    Bump, great card...
     
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    do you have a larger photo of the card?
     
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    Now $279 shipped for great card.
     
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    price changed lower...
     
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    price lowered..great card for someone
     
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    Bump, great card...
     
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    if you drop it down to 250 i'm interested
     
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    http://heatware.com/eval.php?id=67634

    You need either your Heatware ID or a link to your Heatware in the original post/your signature. And it isn't 100%.
     
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    Please report a thread instead of making a post in a B/S/T thread that doesn't conform to the guidelines.

    Thank you.
     
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