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# 205908 2-Dec-2016 09:14
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Just upgraded to a 1070 so the trusty 780 needs to go.

 

Seeing if there is any interest here before it goes on Trademe

 

 

 

As description it is an EVGA SC as per this product page:

 

http://www.evga.com/Products/Specs/GPU.aspx?pn=C811FD6B-7E4F-4C02-9839-9C581D7B338C

 

 

 

NO BOX but mint and never given me any issues. I believe it may actually have some warranty left as well, but I will need to check this

 

 

 

Make me a sensible offer?





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  # 1682440 5-Dec-2016 12:59
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Just a wee bump...





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  # 1687508 14-Dec-2016 08:42
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Bump! Really no-one interested??

 

 

 

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  # 1687514 14-Dec-2016 08:54
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Item:

 

Bump! Really no-one interested??

 

 

 

cry

 

 

 

 

Kinda close to Christmas to get much interest, if it was January I might be a bit more interested but Christmas has stretched me a bit thin.





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  # 1687622 14-Dec-2016 11:29
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nedkelly:

 

 

 

 

 

Kinda close to Christmas to get much interest, if it was January I might be a bit more interested but Christmas has stretched me a bit thin.

 

 

 

 

its a good point - might hold on until mid Jan then!





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  # 1687723 14-Dec-2016 14:12
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Personally I'm very quick to hit the back button as soon as I see a for sale item that wants offers (unless it's a specific item that's not commonly available).  Surely the person selling something must have an idea of how much they want for for it.

 

I'm vaguely interested in a video card upgrade, a GTX780 would be nice, if I see one at an attractive price it might just trigger me to take the plunge.  You request an offer and my mind goes: "nah, too hard."

 

The reason I've taken the time to write and post this is that, going by your bumps, you're obviously keen to get rid of it.  I really think you'd get more bites if you listed a price.  Oh, a location as well so that potential buyers know what sort of shipping costs they may need to add to their budget.

 

(PS, the guidelines for this forum topic do recommend to include a price and location.  I'm not just making this sh*t up.)

 

 





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  # 1687726 14-Dec-2016 14:18
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What price range are you looking at?




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  # 1687736 14-Dec-2016 14:38
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Looking at Trademe, how does $225 ONO sound?

 

 

 

Pick up from West Auckland weekends, Airport area during the day or shipping negotiable as per buyers requirements!





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  # 1687754 14-Dec-2016 15:22
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Urgh, dont use TM as a baseline.... :D 





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  # 1687756 14-Dec-2016 15:26
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xpd:

 

Urgh, dont use TM as a baseline.... :D 

 

 

 

 

Given that I don't have huge insight to the current market for second hand GTX780's and considering that TM is where it will end up if I don't sell it elsewhere, where else would you suggest I pluck a number from?

 

 

 

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