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I would like to get two of my Evga GTX 580 (stock clocks) appraised as I will be moving on to a GTX Titan SLI system very soon. These video cards were bought in December 2011 and have been running great since then.

They have been registered for EVGA's limited lifetime warranty.
 

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around $160 shipped each
 

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I'd go around $155-165.
 

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160$ ea. shipped.
 

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Both of them still have original packaging. Do those figures include original packaging/accessories ?
 

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Originally Posted by 45nm View Post

Both of them still have original packaging. Do those figures include original packaging/accessories ?
My quote was just the bare card. Starting a little higher than what I've seen others listed for simply because you can always lower the price as needed.
I'm not sure that the original packing and accessories would make the card anymore valuable.
However, I think $175 would be a fair price for this card with original packing and accessories.
And depending on whether or not you would help someone RMA the card under it's lifetime warranty, you could very much justify a $175 price.
 

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It's been a while since I replied to this topic but I've been a bit busy with the Titan(s). I checked the packaging and all the original accessories are still intact. Their registered with EVGA's limited lifetime warranty (which is no longer available). What can I reasonably expect to ask per card.

Is $180-185 per card a reasonable figure to ask due to original packaging/accessories/lifetime warranty ?. I'm going to list them soon so I need some kind of confirmation.
 
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