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This Classified is Closed

For Sale:
XFX R9 290

Will Ship To: US48

XFX 290 - $200

Prices are including shipping. Cards were used for some benching on water. I have 2 Koolance full cover gpu blocks left I can include, $60 each. Also have the Koolance 4 way gpu link I can throw in.

Warranty is still good on all cards to my knowledge.

UPDATE: Only one XFX R9 290 left. Just got this card back from XFX about a week ago from RMA (it was replaced). $200 shipped

Price lowered again and pictures added.
Edited by bond32 - 12/21/14 at 5:53pm
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how do these perform with reference cooling? Are they loud? Is the heat acceptable?
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how do these perform with reference cooling? Are they loud? Is the heat acceptable?

They are reference 290x's so yes they can be loud. Acceptable is all preference as well. The reference coolers work, albeit loud.
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They are reference 290x's so yes they can be loud. Acceptable is all preference as well. The reference coolers work, albeit loud.

Well I'm probably going to be running one at stock, but I was just wondering if they're at least a little bit better than my old 6970 with reference. Would you recommend a 3rd party cooler? Also, If you prefer as to not derail your thread, feel free to answer me through PM.
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Well I'm probably going to be running one at stock, but I was just wondering if they're at least a little bit better than my old 6970 with reference. Would you recommend a 3rd party cooler? Also, If you prefer as to not derail your thread, feel free to answer me through PM.

Its cool, I don't mind. If you have zero intention of ever watercooling, then the sapphire vapor X, tri-x, or msi lightning are the better options. But if you're staying at stock clocks and have good airflow, the stock bios will cap the fan speed at 40% on these reference coolers which to me isn't any more noisy than others.
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Its cool, I don't mind. If you have zero intention of ever watercooling, then the sapphire vapor X, tri-x, or msi lightning are the better options. But if you're staying at stock clocks and have good airflow, the stock bios will cap the fan speed at 40% on these reference coolers which to me isn't any more noisy than others.

Thanks for your honesty, you've got a PM.
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