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01-01-12, 03:19 PM
Revised posting... I've sold one of my two cards and have an MSI 470 remaining. I just recently upgraded to a pair of 680s and want this gone. It was an RMA card and I've owned it for about a year since the RMA. It's unlabeled, unbranded and just has a black sticker on the front. It runs really well and never had any issues with heat or stability.
$50 + Shipping
01-03-12, 02:29 AM
Hello im certainly interested in either of the 470 GTX but only one. Mind telling me which ones they are.? Model #'s. I figure we might have a trade + cash deal we could do. I have 8 GB of this RAM and would be willin go to trade it + cash for one for the cards.
This is the fastest of all the DDR2 RAM, runs at 1100 Mhz and can be Overclocked to 1200, with a latency of 5. rivals most DDR3 1600 in total performance. Newegg said theres only few sets left in stock so i hopped on it. before they discontinue them forever. RAM can run so fast cause at 1100 MHZ it only uses 1.8-1.9 volts. Im a pay pal member. and im sure we can work something out thro ebay to set it up if ur interested.
I love this 8 GB set of this ram but to be truly honest im fully commited to making my DDR2 platform last as long as possible since i dont have the funds to do a overhaul with my new kid just being born. So ive wanted to try SLI for so long and 470 GTX are impossible to find new. and ppl are Ebay are plain making me depressed.
Another possiblle trade would be the 8 GB of that RAM (just 2 months ive owned them , and i so love them over the DDR2 800) for the MSI card and the RAM that you have(8GB of OCZ) + Cash.
This way you would have the best DDR2 RAM in you new rig and some cash to put toward your next generation card(s). This would be doing me a great service and you know what they say.. what goes around comes around.
P.S. I own 1 MSI 470 GTX and wanted to SLI the same make and model if possible.
01-03-12, 08:36 AM
Hi, I got your PM, thanks for the interest, but I'm not really looking for any memory. I already have 8gb of DDR2 and I don't really think the speed increase will do me a whole lot of good. Just to get the information out there though, the MSI card that I own is this one;
I purchased it new in 2010, 5th of August.
The ASUS card is this following;
This one was purchased used from a member on [H]ardForum back in July of this year.
I'm still mainly looking for replacement cards, either 6870's (2gb) or 560Ti's (2gb)
01-03-12, 09:13 PM
withIn The Realm of reasonablity and insta-cash in ur paypal account how much for the MSI card?
01-03-12, 10:35 PM
what would you be willing to sell one of the cards for? I have a coworker that I think is looking for a decent card.
01-05-12, 09:40 AM
Sorry for the lack of an update. I could probably go for $170 each on these cards.... I started looking around and really what I want to go for is a GTX 570 with 2.5gb of RAM... they're expensive though
01-18-12, 08:35 PM
if you're still selling these, I just sold both of mine on ebay for $165 each. less than 1 day to sell both.
01-21-12, 09:57 AM
Nice! I'm probably going to look at doing that as well then... kind of holding my breathe for some Kepler action though, I'd gladly go for a mid-range Kepler card with plenty of VRAM
01-21-12, 10:55 AM
that's my plan as well. whatever nvidia's $400~ish kepler offering is is more than likely what I will be looking at.
03-29-12, 06:57 PM
Hey.. do you still have a GTX470?
03-31-12, 12:49 AM
still got them... probably not going to be selling them though anymore, sorry guys
02-13-13, 10:30 PM
Hey everyone! Cards went up on eBay yesterday. Back up for sale... I'm going to build a new pc and I don't think I'll be wanting these when I do.
MSI GTX 470 1.2gb (http://www.ebay.com/itm/271156076187?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649)
ASUS GTX 470 1.2gb (http://my.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?MyEbay&gbh=1&CurrentPage=MyeBayAllSelling&ssPageName=STRK:ME:LNLK:MESX)
04-26-13, 08:38 AM
Bump for a reduced price and single card for sale
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