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EVGA added a few 600 and 700 series nvidia graphics cards as well as some older gen motherboards to b-stock there are a few good deals but some are still overpriced in my opinion but check them out maybe you'll like something. Also my 2nd post I wasn't posting for awhile but I was viewing the forums daily. Oh and please tell me if I made any mistakes I'm pretty new to forum posting.
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EVGA GeForce GTX 650 Ti 2GB - $129.99
^^^OK deal $169.99 normal price @ newegg $149.99 after rebate

EVGA GeForce GTX 650 Ti BOOST 1GB - $119.99
^^^ $149.99 on newegg (without rebate) $139.99 after rebate

EVGA GeForce GTX 650 Ti SSC 2GB - $154.99
^^^Still pretty high for a b-stock item

EVGA GeForce GTX 770 SC 2G w/ ACX Cooler - $379.99
^^^ $419.99$ on newegg (without rebate) $399.99 with rebate + instant savings

EVGA GeForce GTX 660 Ti 2GB FTW Signature 2 - $264.99

EVGA GeForce GTX 660 Ti SC+ 3GB w/Backplate - $269.99
^^^OK deal $324.99 on newegg (without rebate) $299.99 with rebate but you get a back plate and its SC

EVGA GeForce GTX 680 Classified 4GB - $449.99

EVGA GeForce GTX 670 4GB Superclocked+ w/Backplate - $369.99
^^^$424.99 (without rebate) @ newegg $394.99 with rebate

EVGA Z77 Stinger (mITX) - $169.99

and a few more motherboards and gpus... My experience with b-stock items were pretty good I bought two 460s earlier for $39.99 both had replaced PCBs but they looked and worked pretty good plus you get 1 year warranty on all of them. From what I heard b-stock could be refurbished, a step up program card, or an clearance card.

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http://www.evga.com/Products/ProductList.aspx?type=8
 

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I bought a GTX 260 after those 460s were gone, and I'm very pleased.
Still price/performance that's hard to beat.
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I bought a GTX 260 after those 460s were gone, and I'm very pleased.
Still price/performance that's hard to beat.
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I've been keeping my eye on those 260s, what were you able to handle with it and at what settings? I think I may go for those while I wait for more money in the future.
 

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Sorry-- didn't notice your post til now.

It will handle anything, really. Overclocking GTX 260 can easily get you 20GP/s, 50GT/s and 140GB/s bandwidth. Those specs are near to the GTX 650 Ti Boost, but a lower overall core count more equal to a GTX 550 Ti. This is probably less of a factor with newer games than the older architecture it's based on, as it won't quite pull the numbers like a Fermi or Keplar with ~equal specs. It will do great with anything relatively older, though.

Sadly, my intended reason to post back on this thread is to report a massive depletion in B-Stock selection today. There were countless GPU and mobo there yesterday, now only a few remain, and no more GTX 260s...
 
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