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Originally Posted by iCrap View Post

sell your card, and get like a 6950.. they can be had for like $200-250

lol i was listening to eminem - 'till i collapse. dont make fun but it was funny because the beat was syncing with your avatar.

But thanks guys for all your input. I think you guys talked me into keeping my monitor. Selling my cards sounds like a possibility thing is I never sold any thing on the web. Not only that but I don't feel like having no computer to use while in the process of upgrading considering I'm a full time student and need my computer for all the programming homework / projects.
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Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
Western Digital 1TB Caviar Black Windows 10 Home 64bit LG 30" 2560x1600 CMSTORM Quickfire Tenkeyless 
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Sell the cards on eBay, and I'll send ya a loaner card. thumb.gif
    
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Windows 7 64-Bit Ultimate 17.3" 1920x1080 Matte Screen Auria 27" 2560x1440 Back-lit Clevo Keyboard 
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Originally Posted by roberts91 View Post

lol i was listening to eminem - 'till i collapse. dont make fun but it was funny because the beat was syncing with your avatar.
But thanks guys for all your input. I think you guys talked me into keeping my monitor. Selling my cards sounds like a possibility thing is I never sold any thing on the web. Not only that but I don't feel like having no computer to use while in the process of upgrading considering I'm a full time student and need my computer for all the programming homework / projects.

I love Eminem. tongue.gif
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