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Uber Geek
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#114739 1-Mar-2013 11:25
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I'm selling my GFX card due to lack of time to play BF3 now I have to be 'responsible' and work. :P

It is in perfect nick, runs anything I have tried without effort. Purchased Sep 2011 but still comes with complete retail packaging and all the little extra cables and thingies.

PriceSpy entry.

I'm looking for ~$400.00 and will probably only ship via tracked courier. Pickup in Palmerston North is also possible.

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Wannabe Geek

  #774074 4-Mar-2013 06:18
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Hi there,

I live in Canada and was wondering if you would be willing to ship it here?

And of course, is it still available?


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Uber Geek
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  #774075 4-Mar-2013 06:43
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I'd be happy to ship it internationally.


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Wannabe Geek

  #774080 4-Mar-2013 07:03
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Do you have a Skype account?

Please private message with that info if you can and we can possibly setup an arrangement.

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Uber Geek

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  #774289 4-Mar-2013 14:15
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Errrr 1080p dude, you probably want to be very very wary selling to some random who joined the forum at 7am this morning and wants you to ship it internationally..

You'd be wanting payment via WU or something else where the funds cannot possibly be bounced.

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Wannabe Geek

  #774292 4-Mar-2013 14:26
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I can sense the concern, as I'm not a long-time member of this forum and happen to stumble upon it while searching for this card.

He also did just recently it post it and so I joined so I can communicate with him.

I've been looking for this card and am serious about buying it for my rig at home and not to scam someone out of a video card.

Here are some of my personal social media accounts

This is my Facebook -
This my Twitter -
Even my LinkedIn profile -
Here's the company I work at as well - (find me on the "Who we are page")

I personally don't want to have a defunct card on arrival because it's being sent internationally, so I too want to make sure the card is working as he has said in his ad. Why it is I want to be able to talk to him directly via Skype or something like that.

So I hope I don't come across as a person who because is new to this forum and is international and is looking to scam someone as sincerely not about that.

So whatever payment agreement we hopefully come to gives us both peace of mind for the transaction.

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Uber Geek
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  #774334 4-Mar-2013 15:27
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PM sent. Thanks for the heads up Lias. Will ensure I am careful. :)

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Uber Geek
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  #778089 11-Mar-2013 17:19
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This is still available to anyone who might be keen. :)


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Wannabe Geek

  #781153 13-Mar-2013 16:38
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Is this still for sale??

If so, can u tell me if u still have warranty left on it?  If so, was it a NZ retailer?

Seriously considering this card.

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Uber Geek
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  #781166 13-Mar-2013 17:10
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Unfortunately no warranty remains for the card, it was purchased soon after they were released. Roughly 18 months ago. It was purchased from a New Zealand retailer (ComputerLounge). I'm asking, however, half of its current retail value which is a steal IMO.

I'm happy for you to inspect the card and have included some images (click through to full resolution). It is in perfect nick and runs extremely well.

EDIT: ugh, image host problems. No full resolution but enjoy the imgur resizes :)

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Uber Geek
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  #794783 7-Apr-2013 22:15
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I can't edit OP but would be willing to accept $350 for this. PM me if you need more information.

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Master Geek

  #794840 8-Apr-2013 09:14
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Jeepers, nearly wet myself seeing the RRP and what you'd accept for it.

I'll PM you.

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