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Faulty 8800GT

Will Ship To: Global

Alright, so I tried to sell this card before, but since I was busy, I didn't continue selling it. Now it's up for sale again.

It's a faulty heatpiped edition 8800GT 512MB (G92). I replaced the card a year and a half ago by my current GTX 460, and I remember that back then, the card did boot and worked okay in lite games like CS, but artifacted and showed "No signal" on the screen when I tried to load a map in COD4 or applied any somewhat heavy load. It's been sitting in a box ever since, and I haven't tried to bake it, that means it can possibly work well if you bake it, but no guarantees here. I can't test it, thus I can't tell how it performs right now.

This is the card:

http://www.club-3d.com/index.php/products/reader.en/product/id-8800gt.136.html

If anyone wants it, the price is 20$ shipped registered air mail. Please note that international shipments take some time, so be patient.

Bare card only.

Thanks for looking.
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Heads up, something like this you should just post in the freebies section and get the winner to pay shipping.

I have a cheap oem matx am2 board pulled from a lenova or hp i think i can give to ya for this. it might be missing the retention plate though so you gotta install one from another broken am2 board you might have.
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Heads up, something like this you should just post in the freebies section and get the winner to pay shipping.
I have a cheap oem matx am2 board pulled from a lenova or hp i think i can give to ya for this. it might be missing the retention plate though so you gotta install one from another broken am2 board you might have.

I have my reasons of selling it instead of giving it away. Obviously, there isn't much of a profit here, so it's not about what I might earn here, but I have my reasons.

And I'll keep your offer in mind, as I have a deal on a mobo pending.
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