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Topic # 111814 15-Nov-2012 18:16
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Selling my EVGA GTX 690 as I am in sudden need of cash. The card is only about 2 weeks old, and is in perfect condition. It was purchased Trade me brand new, from a person who had purchased it from PB Tech but I sadly no longer have the receipt available. I am sure EVGA still provides the warranty.

I have been using the card to play games like

http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=533710008

Card retails for $1750 in NZ, For geekzone members i will let it go for only $1450 or a GTX 680 + $600 cash.

Contact me now.  :)

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  Reply # 717859 15-Nov-2012 18:28
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If that is your auction you have it on there for $1 reserve so best quickly amend that else you could sell for quite a loss.



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  Reply # 717874 15-Nov-2012 19:15
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I think it will go for about $1450.. :) If anyone is interested in it, just message me and you can have it!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 718059 16-Nov-2012 08:07
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Careful withdrawing something of that value.
Legally you have sold it on trademe already even though the auction has not finished.

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  Reply # 719869 20-Nov-2012 02:53
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I see you withdrew it from auction even after it had reached reserve I bet trademe aren't very pleased mind you you could always tell them you broke it




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  Reply # 719880 20-Nov-2012 07:11
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Haha thanks for the advice mate, i probably will :P

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