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  Reply # 2097729 27-Sep-2018 19:54
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neveR:

 

I have a Asus GTX 670 (from memory) sitting in its box from my last upgrade that I have yet to get around to moving on, was in good working condition before the upgrade. if your interested?

 

 

It could work .. does this need 2x PCIe power connctors ? .. he only has one on the Power supply and it might be a bit under powered (400W) ?


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  Reply # 2097876 28-Sep-2018 07:57
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400w may be a bit on the low side, would depend on the over all system.  Yes it has 2 6 pin connectors.

 

https://www.guru3d.com/articles-pages/geforce-gtx-670-review,8.html

 

Thanks 


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  Reply # 2097918 28-Sep-2018 08:14
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I got a couple of RX570's. I am not using. Was mining with them last year. Both support virtual reality. And you can crossfire them with the correct setup. Let me know if you want to grab one off me. 








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  Reply # 2098359 28-Sep-2018 19:32
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darylblake:

 

I got a couple of RX570's. I am not using. Was mining with them last year. Both support virtual reality. And you can crossfire them with the correct setup. Let me know if you want to grab one off me. 

 

 

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