For Sale 2 x EVGA GTX780 3GB GPU - SEALED

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  1. DucatiRossi46

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    I'm just processing my step-up orders for my GTX670's and will have my Brand New and sealed GTX780's here by the end of the week. They are now surplus to requirements, So I wanted to know if there would be any interest in them here?

    Would be looking for £560 each delivered. Both cards come with the extended Warranty period of 5 years.

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  2. SteDaley

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    Why arent you updating your 670 to the 780s?
    Not everyday you can sell two 780s!!!
     
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    Hi mate, potentially interested here. What's your reason for step up then sale? Purely more coat effective way to get 780s?

    Which model are they and do you have pics? Also, price seems a little high given 780s can be had for less than that direct from store (recognise that yours are still sealed).
     
  4. DucatiRossi46

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    Can you link where you've seen them cheaper, in stock please? I'm open to comparison. I looked before placing ad. I also took the fact they are sealed with the 5 year warranty into consideration.

    Basically, I had 4 GTX670s. Rather than sell my GTX670 for a massive loss, the step-up programme contributes the new price of the GTX670 paid towards the overall cost, meaning I should effectively break even than have a massive loss on my hardware. I sold one GTX670 here and am doing the step up on his behalf. I'm keeping one GTX780 and selling the other two.

    No point having 3 GTX780s after all.
     
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    MSI GTX 780 3GB GDDR5 6008MHz Dual-DVI HDMI.. | Ebuyer.com

    Not the same brand but MSI is still very good and at £500 delivered next day to your doorstep.
    Sure you get 2 years less warranty but... are you really planning on running the same card in your machine for 5 years anyway?
     
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    Only after same brand comparisons please...it's like comparing a nike hoodie to a primark hoodie..
     
  7. SteDaley

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    How much extra were the 780s on top on the step up program??
     
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    Seeing as the only difference between both cards (unless I'm misinformed) is the box they come in I don't think this is entirely a fair point but nevertheless, good luck with the sale.
     
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    Warranty is different. evga fully support water cooling, third party coolers etc. never had an issue with evga warranty, I have had with MSi.

    Thanks.

    I'll look at the price and let you know Stedaly.
     
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    EVGA do offer better warranty, can remove the HSF and re-TIM or watercool and not lose warranty so do appreciate there is a benefit to EVGA.

    Can get the superclocked for £542 and standard for £539 in a number of places

    Appreciate they are BNIB, but typically even brand new will no re-sell for the same price as direct from a retailer
     
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    Ok that did some funky things with the links... amazon is the 539 one
     
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    Thanks,
     
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    Am I right in thinking that because these cards were obtained via the step-up programme they are exempt I.e. EVGA won't accept them in part-ex against a future upgrade?


    Presumably no Splinter Cell code either?
     
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    These are priced a little high tbh. Sorry mate ,but 780's can be had for much less:confused:
     
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    Np. Thanks for input. Ill withdraw them from sale till I decide what to do.
     
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    IMO I don't think these cards are overpriced by much, they are EVGA cards and the extended warranty isn't strapped to a buyer or an invoice, so taking on board that an EVGA GTX 780 is around the £550 mark brand new from most retailers with 3 years warranty, these have 2 years extra warranty and are still brand new and sealed as per OP.. Only my opinion but with the EVGA warranty being the best out their these cards aren't far from the price they should be IMO :rolleyes:
     

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