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Originally Posted by Mit Namso;12714657 
I'm right at my money limit, already have to borrow ~$30 to get the MSI
I'd say that's well over your money limit if you actually have to borrow cash to cover...

But yeah, it's reference. Good luck.
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My card is that model# and it IS reference,unlockable and with bios switch. Tight on cash....? You can go this route http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...D&PageSize=100
Open box section. If you keep checking here through out the day, (M-F in the afternoons) They put a lot of cards here. Usually $80-$120 discounted off the price!! I got my card for $227 when it was $299. Open box items are usually returns, But returned for what?? Bad drivers so went back to green side?? "Dude you shoulda got a sapphire. I'll return it then"..? Worst case is there is something wrong with it. You have 30 days for a full return or you can contact the manufacturer for an RMA since there IS something wrong with it. 9 times out of 10 they will since it IS defective. Either way,as i see it, Its a win situation with a good discount!!! I have gone this route for my last 3 cards with good success!! And will continue too...I'm not rich. LOL! Just giving you choices. Good Luck!
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