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Topic # 183786 30-Oct-2015 09:28
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$340

Have all accessories and original box. Will include any adapters required just let me know.

Based in Hamilton will ship for free.

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  Reply # 1416679 30-Oct-2015 09:28
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  Reply # 1416709 30-Oct-2015 09:39
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That's a nice card! I am looking to upgrade my GTX650, and this would blow it away.  Quite keen but need to check my PSU can handle it first..... 

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1416712 30-Oct-2015 09:41
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timbosan: That's a nice card! I am looking to upgrade my GTX650, and this would blow it away.  Quite keen but need to check my PSU can handle it first..... 


What is your PSU wattage ? 

This card runs everything on max running a 27" 1440p screen and two 22" at the same time. I had a 280x before it and it kicks its ass. I am just after the latest cards now, so out this goes.

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  Reply # 1416779 30-Oct-2015 10:20
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harts:
timbosan: That's a nice card! I am looking to upgrade my GTX650, and this would blow it away.  Quite keen but need to check my PSU can handle it first..... 


What is your PSU wattage ? 

This card runs everything on max running a 27" 1440p screen and two 22" at the same time. I had a 280x before it and it kicks its ass. I am just after the latest cards now, so out this goes.


Currently its a Seasonic X460 - the fan-less one (because its a HTPC) but I also have a spare Corsair RM750 that I could swap in (need to check the size is OK).

And I also need to check the card will fit, as I see its length is greater than most other cards.  I am only running this on FullHD (on my 65" TV).



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  Reply # 1416782 30-Oct-2015 10:23
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timbosan:
harts:
timbosan: That's a nice card! I am looking to upgrade my GTX650, and this would blow it away.  Quite keen but need to check my PSU can handle it first..... 


What is your PSU wattage ? 

This card runs everything on max running a 27" 1440p screen and two 22" at the same time. I had a 280x before it and it kicks its ass. I am just after the latest cards now, so out this goes.


Currently its a Seasonic X460 - the fan-less one (because its a HTPC) but I also have a spare Corsair RM750 that I could swap in (need to check the size is OK).

And I also need to check the card will fit, as I see its length is greater than most other cards.  I am only running this on FullHD (on my 65" TV).


Yea you will need the 750 Corsair, nice PSU. Just need to check if the other PSU is ATX. What is the case you are running it all in? I have this GPU in a mATX Corsair Air 240. Most cases now days allow for full length cards unless of course your running a HTPC case.

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  Reply # 1416790 30-Oct-2015 10:27
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harts:
timbosan:
harts:
timbosan: That's a nice card! I am looking to upgrade my GTX650, and this would blow it away.  Quite keen but need to check my PSU can handle it first..... 


What is your PSU wattage ? 

This card runs everything on max running a 27" 1440p screen and two 22" at the same time. I had a 280x before it and it kicks its ass. I am just after the latest cards now, so out this goes.


Currently its a Seasonic X460 - the fan-less one (because its a HTPC) but I also have a spare Corsair RM750 that I could swap in (need to check the size is OK).

And I also need to check the card will fit, as I see its length is greater than most other cards.  I am only running this on FullHD (on my 65" TV).


Yea you will need the 750 Corsair, nice PSU. Just need to check if the other PSU is ATX. What is the case you are running it all in? I have this GPU in a mATX Corsair Air 240. Most cases now days allow for full length cards unless of course your running a HTPC case.


It's all in a SilverStone LC16M.  I know I will have to remove the optical drive at least to make the card fit, but I also need to check what else is behind there as that's near the VFD display



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  Reply # 1416794 30-Oct-2015 10:31
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timbosan:
harts:
timbosan:
harts:
timbosan: That's a nice card! I am looking to upgrade my GTX650, and this would blow it away.  Quite keen but need to check my PSU can handle it first..... 


What is your PSU wattage ? 

This card runs everything on max running a 27" 1440p screen and two 22" at the same time. I had a 280x before it and it kicks its ass. I am just after the latest cards now, so out this goes.


Currently its a Seasonic X460 - the fan-less one (because its a HTPC) but I also have a spare Corsair RM750 that I could swap in (need to check the size is OK).

And I also need to check the card will fit, as I see its length is greater than most other cards.  I am only running this on FullHD (on my 65" TV).


Yea you will need the 750 Corsair, nice PSU. Just need to check if the other PSU is ATX. What is the case you are running it all in? I have this GPU in a mATX Corsair Air 240. Most cases now days allow for full length cards unless of course your running a HTPC case.


It's all in a SilverStone LC16M.  I know I will have to remove the optical drive at least to make the card fit, but I also need to check what else is behind there as that's near the VFD display


You can run this Corsair PSU in this case but you won't fit this GPU in it unfortunately.



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  Reply # 1418842 2-Nov-2015 14:21
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SOLD!!

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