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I'm interested in that 256 830, I need another one for raid. My games are choking my first drive! sozo.gif
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I wonder how much it would cost to ship a ssd internationally... thinking.gif

Well... for an example, it costs USD $68.41 to ship an Intel 520 Series 240GB SSD from TigerDirect to Australia... lol. I've got a cart saved with TD for three EVGA 680 4GB FTW+'s and with the currency currently at AUD1.029 > USD1.00, I'm saving $700 in the retail price differences and the converting of AUD to USD, lmao. Shipping for three 680's is only $120 or $150 USD I think. International shipping can be expensive for singular items and not always worth it for small singular items.

I would hope it be a bit less shipping privately than by buying from a business online.
Edited by ArkAngel666 - 7/17/12 at 1:35am
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Well... for an example, it costs USD $68.41 to ship an Intel 520 Series 240GB SSD from TigerDirect to Australia... lol. I've got a cart saved with TD for three EVGA 680 4GB FTW+'s and with the currency currently at AUD1.029 > USD1.00, I'm saving $700 in the retail price differences and the converting of AUD to USD, lmao. Shipping for three 680's is only $120 or $150 USD I think. International shipping can be expensive for singular items and not always worth it for small singular items.
I would hope it be a bit less shipping privately than by buying from a business online.
That's interesting. If shipped via a small flat-rate USPS box, it would be around $17 to ship from the US to Australia.
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That's interesting. If shipped via a small flat-rate USPS box, it would be around $17 to ship from the US to Australia.

Yeah I would assume they do something similar to PC Case Gear, which I believe is the biggest and best store in Australia for computer parts (they just started doing pre-built systems) but their one downside is their lowest shipping price of $12. Even for a $5 cable it will cost $12 postage, the advantage of that though is the Express price (1-2 days) is also $12, lol.

A single 680 to be shipped to Australia is also the $68.41 USD, so $68 must be a flat rate or something for such a distance through them. I must admit that it does say in checkout they are only estimates so they could be less, but I don't think they would be considering you pay the price they give as an estimate when you pay for the order. So even if it does cost them less to send it, they rip you off, which I hope wouldn't be the case.

Edit: Although I just refresh my TD cart and now it says (in the cart, not checkout) Second Day $21.25 and UPS Worldwide $156.49... so I have no idea what they're doing. Lol.
Edited by ArkAngel666 - 7/17/12 at 1:45am
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Edit: Although I just refresh my TD cart and now it says (in the cart, not checkout) Second Day $21.25 and UPS Worldwide $156.49... so they have no idea what they're doing. Lol.
fixed that for ya tongue.gif

I know shipping something to Australia should be more expensive than to europe, at least in most cases. USPS flat rate boxes do come in handy from time to time, if you can cram everything in a box small enough.

Also stren, YGPM.
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stren, YGPM.
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stren, YGPM.
Wait for the FS-thread sozo.gif Mine was 100% folding related. Or, 95%...
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stren, YGPM.
Wait for the FS-thread sozo.gif Mine was 100% folding related. Or, 95%...
rolleyes.gif

I'm inpatient...
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rolleyes.gif
I'm inpatient...

I'm outpatient, but semantics I suppose. biggrin.gif

I want some hand-me-down Stren hardware just to say I have something he used. thumb.gif
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I wonder how much it would cost to ship a ssd internationally... thinking.gif

It'd only cost $17 (via USPS Priority Flat Rate). Shipping internationally can be annoying, and often takes a long time to get to the destination, though. I just sent an SSD to Canada and it took nearly 2 weeks.
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