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Burpy
02-24-06, 09:25 PM
http://narish.home.comcast.net/7800GT1.jpg
eVGA 256-P2-N516

The card is 3 months old & has never been overclocked or physically altered in anyway.

I did register it with eVGA so you might not get lifetime warranty. Purchased 11/30/05 from newegg.com

I did removed the UPC from the box for a rebate offer.

I will also include FarCry as well.

[ 7800GT Pic (http://narish.home.comcast.net/7800GT2.jpg) ] [ NVidia CP (http://narish.home.comcast.net/NV.jpg) ] [ RivaTuner (http://narish.home.comcast.net/RT.jpg) ] [ Clock & Mem (http://narish.home.comcast.net/Clock.jpg) ]

Card Sold

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Thanks for looking. (nana2)

bail_w
02-24-06, 10:02 PM
Once is registered. You cant get any warranty, So it will consider as OEM. Unless they let you transfer (i doubt it)

SLippe
02-24-06, 10:48 PM
D*mn d*mn d*mn! I wish I had the money, that sucker would be mine! Hey, why is your 7800 GT clocked at 470/1100?

Anyone know if I can get a copper heatsink for my eVGA 7800 GT?

Burpy
02-24-06, 11:12 PM
I just checked eVGA's website & they have my card (N516) at 460/1100. [ Link (http://www.evga.com/products/moreinfo.asp?pn=256-P2-N516-AX&family=22) ]
Seems mine came with a slighty higher core clock. (470)

The N517 7800GT has the same core & clock as my N516 model. [ Link (http://www.evga.com/products/moreinfo.asp?pn=256-P2-N517-AX&family=22) ]
They are the same card with copper cooling, but I guess you pay a little more for the 10mhz core overclock with the N517 that they gave me for free. :)

I have been gaming for the last 3 months with Quake 4, DOOM 3, Half-Life 2 without any problems.

As for warranty, I have e-mailed eVGA & hope for a respond soon about what kind of warranty the buyer will get, if any.

bail_w
02-24-06, 11:38 PM
As for warranty, I have e-mailed eVGA & hope for a respond soon about what kind of warranty the buyer will get, if any.


I called them about if the warranty is transferable, and they said "NO". If you registered the card, the only person can benefits warranty is You.

SLippe
02-25-06, 12:07 AM
Okay, thanks for the response, burpy. I just looked at my card and it's an N518, so I will look that up. I have mine oc'd right now at 490/1100 with no problems. I'd still like to have a copper heatsink. I might have to go 3rd party on that one...hmmmm. Good luck in your sale.

EDIT: I forgot to mention my stock speeds are 445/1070.