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colonels2007
05-19-04, 10:07 AM
I have owned this card for about 7 months and will be upgrading soon so am going to sell it. Card runs like a gem and has always gave me nice frame rates in games I play at high resolutions.

6811 3dMark03- http://service.futuremark.com/compare?2k3=1473717
50320 Aquamark3- http://arc.aquamark3.com/arc/arc_view.php?run=1009336096

Like I said this is a very nice GPU and this particular model has performed quite exceptional. I am entertaining offers at the moment. Email me at charles_carroll16@eku.edu if interested. Will also speak on phone

Thanks

Rollo
05-19-04, 01:34 PM
Good luck with the "entertaining offers", Mr 1 post No referenced Heatware.

BTW- I offer $10.. :clap:

colonels2007
05-19-04, 01:42 PM
Someone who has never sold anything online isn't allowed to sell? I do know I would like to get somewhere in the 200 - 250 range.

zoomy942
05-19-04, 01:50 PM
you are pretty new here, you gotta build some trust with us nvnews patrons.

Rollo
05-19-04, 05:06 PM
Someone who has never sold anything online isn't allowed to sell? I do know I would like to get somewhere in the 200 - 250 range.

Of course someone who hasn't sold is allowed to sell.
I'm not sure its the case here, but usually on boards like this you have to post a price. Auction type sales or "I'm thinking of selling if I get a good offer" is usually taboo.
I mentioned the Heatware because although new to this board, 30-0-0 heat from sales on other boards would make the buyers here more likely to want to send you money.
Just some selling tips.

colonels2007
05-19-04, 05:21 PM
Yes I have looked into Heatware and from what i see it is quite common to Send the item first then receive money from people who have 75-0-0 Heatware or greater? I believe that is what I will do. Thanks.

Rollo
05-19-04, 05:39 PM
Yes I have looked into Heatware and from what i see it is quite common to Send the item first then receive money from people who have 75-0-0 Heatware or greater? I believe that is what I will do. Thanks.

That's the best way to go about building it. You can use an escrow service as well, but it costs some money.