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post #1 of 6
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For Sale:
Asus Direct CUII 7970

Will Ship To: UK

I'm selling this great card on as I'm looking to upgrade to something else, not quite sure what yet. The card is in great condition and has always been used in a no smoking and clean environment. It also runs perfectly and I have had absolutely zero problems with it running any games I throw at it @1080p. As you would also expect the cooler is excellent and keeps the card cool even when its maxed out performance you will also struggle to hear it over your case fans its that quiet. I'm looking for £190 including next day shipping with insurance in the UK. I'm not looking for any trades at the moment unless its something amazing. Please any questions or offers send me a pm, thanks.

Bank transfer or Paypal. If paid by BT i will do it for £185

Some additional info although the card comes with locked voltage it will overclock to 1050 on the core and 1500 on the memory bringing it up to 7970GHz Edition clocks. I've also done a few benchmarks at stock clocks here AsusDirectCUII7970StockBenchmarkResults.zip 2378k .zip file

Putting this up on ebay at 8pm tonight so if anyone is interested let me know before then, cheers.
Edited by fashric - 12/1/13 at 5:49am
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post #2 of 6
hmm would look good with my 7950s (one isn't mine lol)
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Possibly trade i7 2700k for it?
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hmm would look good with my 7950s (one isn't mine lol)
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Possibly trade i7 2700k for it?

Tempting but not sure its enough of a boost over my 2500k to justify a trade. Is it a good overclocker?
Edited by fashric - 11/30/13 at 1:12am
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post #5 of 6
Does 4.6 easy, never really tried to take it any further as I mostly run at stock anyways.
post #6 of 6
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Nice, can you remember what sort of voltage was needed for that?
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