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Hey guys.

I have no idea if this is the correct place to ask this but. I will be getting an EVGA GTX TITAN for $1000/£620. (i bided)

The deal will include a backplate, 2x 6+2 power cables sleeved, a nice SLi connector,an HDMI cable, and ofc the whole box with all the accessories.

The card is new.

Is it a good deal or am i getting ripped ? smile.gif

AGAIN SORRY FOR POSTING THIS HERE BUT I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THE CORRECT PLACE IS.

PLEASE NOTICE IN AM FROM THE UK, NOT USA AND I KNOW THERE THE TITAN IS CHEAPER..
Edited by fedrosishere - 10/21/13 at 8:35am
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post #2 of 9
It's like buying a new Titan. Unless if you can't trust the seller, you should be fine (assuming it is a "new" product). Not getting ripped off but you aren't getting a deal.
post #3 of 9
That is a pretty bad price, I see titans go for $700-750 often now. Since EVGA warranty transfers it doesn't really matter if it is new or not.
post #4 of 9
I wouldn't buy this card yet until the 290x and 780ti are released with proper reviews.

$1000 is a lot of money. Doesn't hurt to wait a few more weeks.

As the other guy said, it's not a deal and not a rip off neither.
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Originally Posted by truestorybro545 View Post

It's like buying a new Titan. Unless if you can't trust the seller, you should be fine (assuming it is a "new" product). Not getting ripped off but you aren't getting a deal.
NOT EVERY HUMAN BEING LIVES IN US... LOL


The only reason I ask is because in the UK a new titan SUPER CLOCKED without a backplate and any of the extras here is £800. But i am not getting the super clocked one. this is a reference one. That is why i am curious.
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That is a pretty bad price, I see titans go for $700-750 often now. Since EVGA warranty transfers it doesn't really matter if it is new or not.

Going off this point, OP, are you buying from a retailer or someone personally? You can get a much deeper discount if you look hard enough. But if retailer, you are paying the standard price for a Titan.

Edit: Here. The one you are buying isn't a huge discount, but it will save a bit.
Edited by truestorybro545 - 10/21/13 at 8:35am
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From a person but as i said here in the UK titan is £800++ that equals to well alot of dollars. I was going for a r9 290x... then something happened. tongue.gif

just an idea , here is the cheapest titans in UK. :
http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/part/asus-video-card-gtxtitan6gd5
Edited by fedrosishere - 10/21/13 at 8:38am
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From a person but as i said here in the UK titan is £800++ that equals to well alot of dollars. I was going for a r9 290x... then something happened. tongue.gif

Look at my post above. I found one for 699 pounds. Amazon UK. Not a huge discount, but I would listen to MrTOOSHORT. Wait.
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Look at my post above. I found one for 699 pounds. Amazon UK. Not a huge discount, but I would listen to MrTOOSHORT. Wait.

Thank you for that mate, however i get all those extras for a lesser price. Well in a bidding you cant cancel your bid. even if i wanted. .
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