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Topic # 217773 11-Jul-2017 19:59
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Looking to sell 2 x Asus GTX1070 Turbo's (https://www.asus.com/nz/Graphics-Cards/TURBO-GTX1070-8G/). I purchased them off trademe from someone that originally got it off Mightyape on 14/06/2017 and was given the receipts for both and can pass them on to whoever buys it.

 

Originally wanted to set up a mining rig but encountered too many issues trying to set up the risers etc. and I've just decided not to spend anymore time on it. The cards run perfectly directly connected to the motherboard and do around 32Mh/s each mining Ethereum.

 

Open to reasonable offers around $680.

 

Edit: I would prefer if the buyer picks up. I'm based in Auckland.


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  Reply # 1819895 11-Jul-2017 21:02
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Sorry silly question... $680 each ?


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  Reply # 1819896 11-Jul-2017 21:03
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Yes, I should've made that clear. I'm sure $680 for 2 would be an instant buy for everyone.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1821451 12-Jul-2017 18:31
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$630 each. Will chuck them on Trademe tomorrow.

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  Reply # 1822390 14-Jul-2017 12:07
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Can you confirm the card length. I have an ITX case that's 260mm max video card length. (Really wish it was an extra 1 or 2 cm...)

 

When I bought it thought HBM memory would be more readily in use already.


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  Reply # 1822404 14-Jul-2017 12:33
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26.67 x 11.12 x3.81 Centimeter according to the Asus website. Looks like it could be 6.7mm too long for you.

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  Reply # 1822578 14-Jul-2017 16:21
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Thanks. Typically seems to be the case (maybe 80% of cards). What difference 1cm would make...


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  Reply # 1822762 15-Jul-2017 10:06
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Just to make things interesting, I'm also willing to take 2.6 ETH(Ethereum) per card.


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  Reply # 1823604 17-Jul-2017 09:04
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z2k:

 

Just to make things interesting, I'm also willing to take 2.6 ETH(Ethereum) per card.

 

 

 

 

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