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Used for about 1.5 months, great overclocking card that has no flaws on it whatsoever. Looking at getting a GTX w/ ACS and was seeing how much I could get for this or should ask. Paid $300


$220-250 I bet you could find someone who would pay $300 for it, since it's going for $359 at newegg.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...mx&ATT=product
 

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Well its the CO SE but it's clocked as the CO (470MHz)...I know a couple people with CO SE's that have the mysterious CO BIOS. So i guess it's really a CO and not a CO SE, just a mislabeling

Also that one comes with a motherboard, the 517 I think is $320 shipped but no rebate and the 516 is $295
 

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Hmmm...the mobo is free though.
 

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If you don't find anything I will hook you up with $200 shipped <3..

lol, Appraisal though, a little over $300 because of the silencer and stuff. It's a good card.
 

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