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Topic # 93792 29-Nov-2011 16:32
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Selling on behalf of my sister.
Taken from a PC that is now being used for office work so this card is no longer needed.
I would keep it myself but don't have a PC to put it in at the moment!

No idea how much they are worth so $100 ono??

It is the Alpha Dog Edition which is factory overclocked.
It has dual DVI outputs and component video / s-video.

Here's a link to the exact same model.

Everything you see there is included except for the original box, the Do Not Disturb sign and one of the DVI-VGA adapters.
Company of Heroes game is included and by the looks of it has never been installed.




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  Reply # 551529 29-Nov-2011 16:47
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I had one of those, brilliant cards... sold it over a year ago when i sold my PC. (kicks self)




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  Reply # 551533 29-Nov-2011 16:55
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xpd: I had one of those, brilliant cards... sold it over a year ago when i sold my PC. (kicks self)


I second that, i still have a Gigabyte card in my rig at home. still going strong (running MW3 and BF3).

Tempted to get a second one, just in case, but will have a think about it.



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