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~$180 based on performance, but up to $250 or so if you find someone that is desperate and needs CUDA (Kepler GTX 600 series is terrible in Octane so the only Kepler option is GK110 GTX 780/TITAN)...

I honestly don't think you should drop $150 on a used HD7850. New 2GB ones were going for $170-180ish and come with games , with no warranty hassles or fussing about returning if it doesn't meet expectations. At the very least you should look to trade up to a HD 7870XT , which was retailing for $210-230. The HD7870 is not much improvement.

You won't get much for it on OCN because the majority are gamers (esp. those looking for 1440p/120Hz/triple surround), you need to sell to digital content creation people or those that use 3dsmax + iray / adobe Premiere, blender, etc


Can't believe the 580 outperforms the 780. Wow.
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