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monly 04-14-04 06:10 PM

Selling geforcefx 5900u
 
Hi everyone, first post here.
Anyway straight to the point, i just sold my 5900u for £150, do you think i got a good price?
And another thing, if the NV40 is priced $400 or $500 in the US does that mean it will cost £400 or £500 in the UK also or will it change?

im only askin this cos i can only get £400 and im hopeing that this will be the UK price, any info would be appriciated.
thx

XP_GUN 04-14-04 06:30 PM

Re: Selling geforcefx 5900u
 
I was thinking of selling mine so I could get the nv40 ultra but im going to wait until the nv45 comes to spend my $500 I still have half a year left in this card.

saturnotaku 04-14-04 06:43 PM

Re: Selling geforcefx 5900u
 
People in the UK tend to get screwed on the price of hardware. US $500 usually means £500 when it comes to the latest and greatest. Unless that's changed in the last year or so.

And the $270 you got for your 5900 seems about right in line with what similar cards are selling for on eBay.

Smokey 04-14-04 08:57 PM

Re: Selling geforcefx 5900u
 
Look at about £500 incl. VAT or maybe a bit more. I saw in a french review RRP is €550 :(

Edge 04-14-04 10:58 PM

Re: Selling geforcefx 5900u
 
Man, I really want to see how much the 9800/FX5900 cards drop to once the newest generation is released. I've been looking forward to getting a deal, as a major AA/Aniso user I'm looking to get a cheap upgrade on my TI4200.

nutball 04-15-04 02:39 AM

Re: Selling geforcefx 5900u
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by monly
Hi everyone, first post here.
Anyway straight to the point, i just sold my 5900u for £150, do you think i got a good price?
And another thing, if the NV40 is priced $400 or $500 in the US does that mean it will cost £400 or £500 in the UK also or will it change?

The RRP I saw quoted over at B3D for the 6800Ultra was £399, which is (to the pound) what I was expecting.

$500 * (£1 / $1.80) + 17.5% VAT + 22% stupid consumer tax = £400.


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