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You're in a part of the world where express shipping either isn't available or is too expensive. However, IIRC, Darthgrey is in a part of the world that does have access to quick shipping.
If you buy Chinese stuff from eBay, there's only one choice for everyone, so whatever.
 
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If you buy Chinese stuff from eBay, there's only one choice for everyone, so whatever.
I am also in Europe and i can confirm what @The red spirit said earlier - you can buy with normal shipping that takes 60-120 days to be delivered.
Or if you are in a hurry you could order with express shipment - like DHL that will cost you sometimes more than the merchandise itself.
 
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I am also in Europe and i can confirm what @The red spirit said earlier - you can buy with normal shipping that takes 60-120 days to be delivered.
Or if you are in a hurry you could order with express shipment - like DHL that will cost you sometimes more than the merchandise itself.
OR another eBay classic, where sellers basically swap prices of shipping with product price. It looks like the same total price, but if shit goes south and seller scams you, it ends up being a bigger hole in your pocket if you need to make return. Also EU raised import tax or something like that recently, so now basically everything outside of it gets extra taxed. Or maybe it's just my country like that. I remember buying a book from Amazon and it was US seller, taxes + shipping + perhaps customs made it cost a lot more than I expected. I don't think that EU has anything like Amazon prime or it is very limited and in Lithuania even local parcels can magically take 3 weeks to go to another city sometiems, because post service is overloaded or is waiting for a whole truck to fill up. Chinese shops like two Alis often just skirt around some laws and declare value of parcel as zero EUR to avoid tax, rarely it's checked if that's actually true and chea Chinese shipping is cheap, because it waits for transport to fill up and they don't hurry at all, perhaps do some financial trickery too. I have seen my one shipment go all around China, then to random places in Europe until it finally arrived to Lithuanian distribution center. It's not becaswue shipping itself is slow, it's this shuffling of parcels to make it financially work out takes time. Besides that Lithuanian customs are sloppy and lazy, so they don't care to do things fast and our post service are extreme cheapskates and if they weren't liek that, they would have already went under, but we need it, so it's on life support essentially. Recently some companies like Omniva, DPD came up with idea of getting rid of offices and just delivering parcels to lockable metal cabinets. They put them near shops or other popular locations and you basically pick up your shit in a week at any time you want. It makes service cheaper and very convenient, because "old post" had huge queues, limited open time and everyone flooding them after work and on top of that they always seem understaffed deu to their nonexistent budget.
 
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Also EU raised import tax or something like that recently, so now basically everything outside of it gets extra taxed. Or maybe it's just my country like that. I remember buying a book from Amazon and it was US seller, taxes + shipping + perhaps customs made it cost a lot more than I expected. I don't think that EU has anything like Amazon prime or it is very limited and in Lithuania even local parcels can magically take 3 weeks to go to another city sometiems, because post service is overloaded or is waiting for a whole truck to fill up
Yes in the whole EU is the same procedure.
 
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If you buy Chinese stuff from eBay, there's only one choice for everyone, so whatever.
Clearly you shop on Ebay alot... :rolleyes:

I am also in Europe and i can confirm what @The red spirit said earlier - you can buy with normal shipping that takes 60-120 days to be delivered.
Or if you are in a hurry you could order with express shipment - like DHL that will cost you sometimes more than the merchandise itself.
The great thing about buying stuff from China? Lots of different sellers all selling the same stuff. If you're buying from from some nudnik that does not offer express shipping at a reasonable price, you've done something wrong.

However, in the case of the above user who bought that rare card, we don't every know where they're at or where the item is from, so this off topic discussion is irrelevant.
 
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The great thing about buying stuff from China? Lots of different sellers all selling the same stuff. If you're buying from from some nudnik that does not offer express shipping at a reasonable price, you've done something wrong.
Or you don't care about express shipping and no, there's nothing wrong with using basic or economy shipping.
 
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When standard/economy shipping often takes longer than the return policy time limit, using anything other than faster shipping is asking for trouble and is very foolish.

See above..
It starts to count since you get item, not by when it was sent out to you.
 
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There's an engineering sample with 768MB VRAM, I've personality never seen.
 
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Wow, nice piece you got there mate!
 
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About GTX490 - it existed as a prototype, in China at least 1 person has this prototype, and maybe there is a second one, because not long ago a saw a different one. Card had two GTX460 GPU's. Here is some photos:

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I've seen a guy who was selling his GTX 490 prototype on 闲鱼 (a Chinese second hand transaction app). I've talked to him, he showed me more photos and I saw there's a unique jump wire on the PCB. No idea what was it for.

Also, the name of that card was D12U-50 rather than D12U-15. It looked exactly the same to what's on your screenshot.

Another card I think it's a bit rare -- the ROG MARS GTX 760x2
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I've seen a guy who was selling his GTX 490 prototype on 闲鱼 (a Chinese second hand transaction app). I've talked to him, he showed me more photos and I saw there's a unique jump wire on the PCB. No idea what was it for.

Also, the name of that card was D12U-50 rather than D12U-15. It looked exactly the same to what's on your screenshot.

Another card I think it's a bit rare -- the ROG MARS GTX 760x2
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The MARS 760x2 wasn't a limited production like any of the other MARS or ARES models, sadly. It's still a neat card, but for a long time now it's been the only MARS that is easy to find on a regular basis.
 
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The MARS 760x2 wasn't a limited production like any of the other MARS or ARES models, sadly. It's still a neat card, but for a long time now it's been the only MARS that is easy to find on a regular basis.
Ah yeah, indeed.
 

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The MARS 760x2 wasn't a limited production like any of the other MARS or ARES models, sadly. It's still a neat card, but for a long time now it's been the only MARS that is easy to find on a regular basis.
What I find weird, is the Striker Platinum. Also a 760 but a beefy ROG version, usually that treatment was only for the high-end/enthusiast-class cards.

 
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What I find weird, is the Striker Platinum. Also a 760 but a beefy ROG version, usually that treatment was only for the high-end/enthusiast-class cards.

IIRC, the 760 could actually follow the steps of the 560 and clock quite high.
 
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IIRC, the 760 could actually follow the steps of the 560 and clock quite high.
But it still uses the same GK104 as 670/680/770. 560 (Ti) was with smaller chip than GF110 so its higher OC potential was somewhat understandable.
 
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