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sparkle calibre 880+ video card with tec cooling

Discussion in 'Hot Deals' started by skellattarr, Jul 25, 2008.

  1. skellattarr

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    if any one wants to buy this card email me at tim92655@yahoo.com im selling it for 800 bucks i want to get two cheeper cards and go sli [​IMG]
    it has 768 mg of ddr3 on board and is a 8800 gtx you cant find these any ware so i cant go sli with it becouse cant find anather
     
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    so wait you want $800 for a $200 card? K...I understand it has the TEC cooling but god...
     
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    Its a nice card, but $800?? :/ ? Maybe when it was brand new?
     
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    Yeah maybe not 200. I agree its a rare card, but nobody would pay for that price for performance. Good luck on the 'hot deal' :toast:
     
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    zOMG a peltier and oc'd from the factory :laugh:

    and it runs cooler!
     
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    ok ill eccept 550 for it that is a good drop
     
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    If you were selling it when it was a top contender a year ago you could of very well got $800. But I dont think anyone will pay that today. you might get $400, you should post it in the Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway section of the fourms. dont forget to add Heatwave or Ebay linky to your previous sales on there if you have any. read the rules in that section for selling items.
     
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    Theres a reason you have to be a member for at least two weeks before you can post selling items. Try posting in the right thread.
     
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    mugen83 that is not the same card its core speed is 575 my card is 630 but thanks any way had my hopes up lol
     
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    humm I think that they might of put up the specs wrong on it.. you could just flash your cards bios to it anyway right? than they will both be 630mhz.

    I think thats a typo on that site.

    Look at the specs on Vr-zone http://www.vr-zone.com/?i=4271
     
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    am i reading correctly ... not even on my rock i get these prices
     
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    DX10! zomg! Also, what's with the suspenders on the seller?

    But, yeah, Nice card. Not worth the $5xx pricetag. The cooler, however, could be parted out and sold for quite a bit. then sell just the PCB for some $1XX. Then go out and buy yourself a 2 4870's or a GTX280. Either way, it'll be better then the 8800GTX non-SLI.
     
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    Leave Logan alone :slap:

    I wish my GTX280 had that cooler, I would push that boy over 1GHz in a heartbeat :pimp:
     
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    TEC without liquid cooling is pointless...... and dangerous.
     
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    This is in the wrong section....you need to start a new thread in the for sale section.



    I also looked on the completed ebay listings for you. The card is bringing about 150-200USD(even the ultras)for the 8800GTX line.

    The new cards are out and have killed the value of the older cards. you might be better off just grabbing another 8800GTX and paring it up with it.
     
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    how do you delet this thred
     
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    you cant delete the thread but its ok man, we all learn something new everyday. Lifes all about learning/experience.


    your cards still good, Im sure you can still play all games very nicely. I pretty much can and I have a lower model card.
     
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    ya its a real good card plays all games at full video settings im going to see if i can find a card that will work with it in sli
     

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