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My EVGA B-Stock Experience

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No this is not a bad review about them. I actually quite liked the item I got it was like brand new, I got it a few days ago, but since I am now officially addicted to Fallout New Vegas on this PC, I thought I might as well upload it now that I have the chance. Here are the pictures in order of how I got my order, some parts of it have been edited in MS Paint jus so that serial numbers and such don't show (just incase you can do anything with them, idk, better safe than sorry).

How the package was when it got to my house:



The inside of the box when first opened up:



What was underneath all of that and out of the shipping box:



Up close of the card sitting in the white box:



The card pulled out of the box, covered in plastic, front side.



Back side of the card in the plastic:



The card inside of my machine:



The graphics card working on my sabertooth p67 running the efi bios.



The card is a gtx 460 fpb model with a 720 mhz factory overclock. It is a refurbished card and it looked brand new when I got it. The only thing I don't like was the 90 day warranty, but for $100 it was a steal. I won't be overclocking this card, so I don't think that will be an issue. If anything is actually wrong with the card, I would probably notice it in 90 days, so if anything does happen to the card, I can just ship it back and get a brand new one from evga.

For $100, I thought it was a great deal, so this is my experience with their B-stock products, I just thought that I might as well post it on here because I saw someone else asking about them.

Also right now I'm running Fallout New Vegas, Metro 2033, Oblivion, TF2 all maxed out on my monitor Hoping to sli and get a 1080p monitor in the future.
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EVGA does good work and even the B-Stock is totally worth it as you just proved
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I have had very good experience with EVGA as well.
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