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MaXThReAT
07-10-06, 07:45 PM
I just noticed my set-up 90 days were just about up so I started checking out what EVGA had.

Part Number: 256-P2-N567-AX 7900 GT KO SUPERCLOCKED 580/1580
Cost: $349.99

Original purchase:
Part Number: 256-P2-N565-AX 7900 GT SUPERCLOCKED 550/1580
Cost: $359.00

100% Free KO 30Mhz Upgrade...Priceless.

Step-Up Product: 256-P2-N567-AX
Queue Position: 72 (Current Position)
New Product Price: 349.99
StepUp Cost:Shipping Only
Shipping Option: Next Day Air Saver
Shipping Cost: $35.9
Total Cost: $35.9

http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y221/SaberSix/EVGA7900GTKO.jpg

This of course mean much more than just 30Mhz. I was going to go for the 7900GTX but it wasn't aval for set-up. I can't wait to mod this guy. Running 1.3v is for the birds. :D

shungokusatsu
07-10-06, 11:56 PM
Your telling me, I paid $1500 for two 7900 GTX SC cards, stepped them up for two 7950 GX2's free 3 days before my step-up ended, Quad SLI - Priceless.

sirplayalot
07-11-06, 02:34 AM
Oh indeed! I purchased the eVGA mobo + Geforce 7800GT deal for 350 back when it first started and I upgraded to my 7900GT CO SC for free when they first came out!

(nana2)

leafo
07-11-06, 08:06 AM
I wish I had bought from evga, but I did not know about step up at the time of purchasing my card.

SLippe
07-11-06, 08:47 AM
Oh indeed! I purchased the eVGA mobo + Geforce 7800GT deal for 350 back when it first started and I upgraded to my 7900GT CO SC for free when they first came out!

(nana2)
Exactly what I did! The 7900 GT CO SC kicks ass, vmodded or not.

nemecb
07-11-06, 09:48 AM
I wanna know where I can buy all of these fast cards you guys are trading in to eVGA.:)

Seriously though, does anyone know what happens to them? Do they end up on places like Newegg's refurb site?

anticitizenzero
07-11-06, 12:37 PM
35$ for shipping? are you outside of U.S?

MaXThReAT
07-11-06, 12:52 PM
35$ for shipping? are you outside of U.S?

Naw, I'm just impatient. So I did overnight shipping. The way I understand it you ship them your card, as soon as they approve the card they send you the new one. I didn't want to have to go buy a cheap PCI-e graphics card to use so I did the overnight. This trade up program is trully awsome.

kwynjunk
07-11-06, 02:12 PM
I wanna know where I can buy all of these fast cards you guys are trading in to eVGA.:)

Seriously though, does anyone know what happens to them? Do they end up on places like Newegg's refurb site?

Shameless plug for myself: (read the whole thread though. it's short)

http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=72644&page=2