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I reported the guy on eBay selling the GTX 680 masquerading as a GTX Titan. I suggest you all do the same.
I suggest ordering then reclaiming my money since if it is a gtx titan the picture doesn't match and if it is a gtx 680 the specs don't match.
Paypal will refund and you can keep the card seems like a fair deal to me.
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I for one, give the guy the benefit of the doubt. The specs he gives in the description seems accurate. Oh, and the photos, on eBay are non contractual. Plus, he's got a flawless record so far.
On the other hand, he shouldn't have posted ANY pics at all or explained why the photo isn't that of the actual product.
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I think he's just trying to make the sale, but can't post pics because of the NDA. He didn't just become an eBay member yesterday, and he has a flawless record over the past year, or more. I think it's legit and he just can't post the pics yet.
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1.How did he get a card so soon!? He's not a known reviewer or retailer.

2.His description implies that the card pictured is actually what you're getting because he describes the condition as 'New but opened to take pics' or something like that
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I suggest ordering then reclaiming my money since if it is a gtx titan the picture doesn't match and if it is a gtx 680 the specs don't match.
Paypal will refund and you can keep the card seems like a fair deal to me.

If you do get a Titan, your little plan is called fraud.

Besides, why would someone be stupid enough to pay $1600 in the first place...
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If you do get a Titan, your little plan is called fraud.

Besides, why would someone be stupid enough to pay $1600 in the first place...
It is called EU guidelines practically making the buyer untouchable.
Dell a while back had a wrong advertised laptop on their site containing 2 ssds worth about 3x the laptops price Dell figured it out and removed it after a couple of hours.
Thanks to EU guidelines an regulations those who bought it got it for that price.

I know that plan is wrong but he is being wrong posting those pictures stating they are gtx titan pictures don't you think?
post #857 of 1002
I'm sure all legitimate resellers have Titans in stock right now if the launch is this week. He may be ready to ship tomorrow but can't show pics in violation of NDA. Whatever, I ain't paying that much for a Titan even if it is legit.
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It is called EU guidelines practically making the buyer untouchable.
Dell a while back had a wrong advertised laptop on their site containing 2 ssds worth about 3x the laptops price Dell figured it out and removed it after a couple of hours.
Thanks to EU guidelines an regulations those who bought it got it for that price.

I know that plan is wrong but he is being wrong posting those pictures stating they are gtx titan pictures don't you think?

2 wrongs don't make a right. smile.gif

If he did send you a real Titan, why would you screw him out of that money?

If he sent you a 680, then by all means get your money back from PayPal, AND make him pay for shipping to send the card back. wink.gif

That'd be the right thing to do, after making the wrong choice to pay $1600 for it in the first place.

Besides, I've dealt with PayPal both as a seller and a buyer, I really wouldn't rely on them to do the right thing every time. It's possible that even if you got a 680, that you wouldn't get your money back.

All he has to do is update the pics for his listing, provide a tracking number as proof of delivery, and PayPal could still rule in his favor. His listing does specifically state "No Returns Accepted".

It's a sticky situation, just order one from a legit retailer. Don't deal with shady eBay sellers.
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Lol. Even if it was the real deal 1600 is madness, considering the only card he could've gotten is one of the review samples that could've been used, abused and torn apart for reviewing. I honestly don't think some guy with 70 rep on ebay gets a titan from NV when even videocardz couldn't get one.
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