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It has never been used apparently, still in original box and seal
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780. it can be oc'ed and pass a Titan.
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780. it can be oc'ed and pass a Titan.

Just remember that with my current PSU I don't think I can SLI GTX 780, so my choices are SLI GTX 760 (at a price of $300) or a single GTX 780 (at a price of $550ish)

I understand that GTX 760 SLI > Single Titan/780, but my main worry is VRAM. 2GB vs 3GB.

Is the extra 1GB worth the $250 cost over a second 760?
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Just remember that with my current PSU I don't think I can SLI GTX 780, so my choices are SLI GTX 760 (at a price of $300) or a single GTX 780 (at a price of $550ish)

I understand that GTX 760 SLI > Single Titan/780, but my main worry is VRAM. 2GB vs 3GB.

Is the extra 1GB worth the $250 cost over a second 760?

OP you can run two GTX 780 cards in SLI with a 750w power supply. all you need to do is not go crazy with voltage overclocks. thumb.gif

http://www.hardocp.com/article/2013/08/06/nvidia_geforce_gtx_780_sli_video_card_review/9#.Uk6mMlP3x8E

definitely sell the GTX 760 and go with the GTX 780. test the GTX 780 thoroughly before paying money smile.gif
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I wont be able to test it in my system but of anything is bad the seller promised refund

If its still in original packaging it should be all good?
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I wont be able to test it in my system but of anything is bad the seller promised refund

If its still in original packaging it should be all good?

yeah if the packaging is new and unopened then it should be fine. but still if it were me I would pay after testing. how trustworthy is the seller ?
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I thought that prices for electronics are best in UAE
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I thought that prices for electronics are best in UAE

It's just market forces, unfortunately. Even though there are no taxes here, there is no major official presence or distribution channels for the products. The market for such items is so ridiculously small, I would imagine under a couple thousand. So distributors don't really benefit from economies of scale and charge a higher price because there are a few people that really want it and don't have much of a choice because other e-tailers don't really ship to the UAE because of insanely low demand, I guess.


A full tank of gas is still around $25-30 though so...HA!
post #39 of 52
get the 780
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yeah if the packaging is new and unopened then it should be fine. but still if it were me I would pay after testing. how trustworthy is the seller ?

Never met the seller, seems like a nice guy, chatted with him on the phone, i have his phone number and name, its open box but never used apparently. What problems can you foresee?
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