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Topic # 179194 30-Aug-2015 22:09
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So I'm just looking for a decent graphics card that could run 1080p games at 60fps comfortably. Probably for a few years.

 

Not looking to spend a heap. Say GTX760 or similar/above. Let me know what you have!

 

 

 

I'm in Dunedin, so if I could pickup that'd rule.

 

Or postage (whatever). Not worried if overclocked or whatever. 

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  Reply # 1376660 30-Aug-2015 22:09
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.




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  Reply # 1376919 31-Aug-2015 10:23
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PCI and PCI Express are two different things, so might want to amend the title :)

I initially thought "1080 with a  PCI card ???" :)
 




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  Reply # 1376943 31-Aug-2015 10:50
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I've got a fairly high end card sitting at home, I'll go home and get the model number at lunch time. I'm in Dunedin :)






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  Reply # 1377018 31-Aug-2015 12:31
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Ugh how do you change the topic D:
Anyway, PCI-E is what i want, sorry haha

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  Reply # 1377045 31-Aug-2015 13:26
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danielfaulknor: I've got a fairly high end card sitting at home, I'll go home and get the model number at lunch time. I'm in Dunedin :)


Lucky you :-)

It'll be way past work time if I were to go home for lunch and return to work here in Auckland!







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  Reply # 1377047 31-Aug-2015 13:28
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nakedmolerat:
danielfaulknor: I've got a fairly high end card sitting at home, I'll go home and get the model number at lunch time. I'm in Dunedin :)


Lucky you :-)

It'll be way past work time if I were to go home for lunch and return to work here in Auckland!


The joys of being in Dunedin!

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  Reply # 1377054 31-Aug-2015 13:42
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nakedmolerat:
danielfaulknor: I've got a fairly high end card sitting at home, I'll go home and get the model number at lunch time. I'm in Dunedin :)


Lucky you :-)

It'll be way past work time if I were to go home for lunch and return to work here in Auckland!


Yes, driving Auckland -> Dunedin -> Auckland would be tough to fit in to a lunch break... *confused*




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  Reply # 1377057 31-Aug-2015 13:51
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chaka160:
nakedmolerat:
danielfaulknor: I've got a fairly high end card sitting at home, I'll go home and get the model number at lunch time. I'm in Dunedin :)


Lucky you :-)

It'll be way past work time if I were to go home for lunch and return to work here in Auckland!


The joys of being in Dunedin!


I leave the house exactly 7 minutes before my work start time to get to my desk on time :)




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