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Master Geek
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Topic # 248042 8-Mar-2019 15:28
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I have two GTX1070 G1 Gaming no longer required from some testing I was involved in.

 

These were run in a controlled environment doing mining as part of our study and have not been tampered with or used any other way.

Purchased in Jan 2018 and still have the boxes and receipt. 

 

Asking $440 ea and can ship free to non rural NZ address or collect in Albany, Auckland during the work day.

 

 

 

Link to gigabyte site - https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N1070G1-GAMING-8GD-rev-10#kf

 

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  Reply # 2193764 8-Mar-2019 17:00
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Could be interested.  How long did you have them mining for?




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  Reply # 2193816 8-Mar-2019 17:35
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From Mid Jan 2018 till last week. So 14 month-ish at stock settings 


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 2194533 9-Mar-2019 15:37
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Bump - happy to take $420 so we can buy more cards to test




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  Reply # 2196008 11-Mar-2019 17:24
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Last bump before heading to trademe (I see most are $450+ on there) .. $400 +shipping or you can collect in Auckland .. maybe I can drop off if your around the shore or CBD.

 

I have the receipt for these cards and are in warranty until Jan 2020

 

Shipping estimates;

 

     

  • Auckland $5
  • Rest of North Island $8
  • North Island Rural $12
  • South Island $12
  • South Island Rural $16



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  Reply # 2197338 13-Mar-2019 15:05
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One sold .. one left make an offer .. 💲💲💲💲


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