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magixx April 12, 2009 10:12 AM

XFX GeForce GTX 260 Core 216 576MHZ (Ottawa) SOLD
 
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This is a XFX GeForce GTX 260 Core 216 576MHZ 896MB 2.0GHZ GDDR3 PCI-E Dual DVI-I HDCP HDTV Out Video Card. It is in mint condition as I have only had it for less then a month and in my system for only 2 days, the rest of the time it was in it's plastic bag. The card has no dust on it and still has the peelable stickers. The cords that came with it are also sealed. The game Farcry 2 has not been installed and it's serial is still valid. The reason I am selling this card is because my 37" ViewSonic LCD TV is incompatible with it, I tested the card on several other displays and it worked perfectly fine but since I do not have the money to buy a better largescreen TV and am unwilling to use a smaller LCD I must sell this card.

NCIX Page is Here

newegg.com <<<Updated Specs
EDIT: SOLD
If you pay by cash in person I'll take $10 off.
If you pay by Interac EMT or Money Order you also get $10 off.
PayPal is also accepted.

Cash and Local pickup in Ottawa is the preferred method.
If the item needs to be shipped it will be done by eshipper or canadapost to whatever the buyers specifications are and will only pay what I get charged.



Alwaysrun April 12, 2009 10:54 AM

magixx do you have any other references beside itrader like RFD or ebay? Nice card and good deal btw. :thumb:

magixx April 12, 2009 11:09 AM

I have the ebay account 'evioleta' with 122 reviews, if you send me a message on it I guess I could reply.

mchutch April 12, 2009 11:34 AM

Great card, great price!

AND...as XFX is the manufacturer an your the first owner...lifetime warranty to whoever buys this!!

A good FPS game to boot!

Digikid April 12, 2009 02:15 PM

55nm or 65nm.

Realityshift April 12, 2009 02:55 PM

Pretty sure its the 65nm 216 not the 55nm from what i could get from the links.

Digikid April 12, 2009 02:58 PM

Yes but the link also claims that it is a not a 216 Core either....

Strange....

Quote:

Better Than Reality. Gaming “reality” was once defined as having a graphics card that could deliver true-to-life images….until complex images or more than one character entered the scene. Now, with XFX’s new GeForce® GTX 200 graphics cards, you can experience truly immersive 3D gaming experience that will make your heart race and your palms sweat. Harnessing the power of second generation unified architecture, SLI technology and top-of-the-line DirectX 10 support, an in-your-face experience, delivered in blazing fast frame rates, is yours. Real life has never been this realistic.
  • 192 Processing Cores
  • 2nd Generation NVIDIA® unified architecture
  • Full Microsoft DirectX 10 support
  • NVIDIA SLI® technology
  • NVIDIA PureVideo® HD technology*
  • NVIDIA PhysX™-Ready**
  • NVIDIA CUDA™ technology
  • PCI Express 2.0 support
  • Two dual-link DVI-I and one HDTV output
  • Dual-link HDCP-Capable***
  • OpenGL 2.1 support
* supported video software is required to experience certain features.
** PhysX drivers are required to experience in-game GPU PhysX acceleration.
*** Playback of HDCP-protected content requires other HDCP-compatible components.


Sagath April 12, 2009 03:03 PM

if you check the part number on the picture, and cross referance with XFX or NCIX, you still dont know. Its listed twice on XFX, once as 192 the other as 216....To cloud things some more NCIX says in the title 216, but the description specifically states 192....

I'm interested if its a 216, as have said as much, but if its a 192...

magixx April 12, 2009 03:08 PM

It's a core 216, all the pictures are my own (I now added the back). I also think it's a 65nm.
The updated specs can be found on newegg.com

Realityshift April 12, 2009 03:39 PM

Yeah from what I read on that model its a 65nm. Non sli power requirements for the 55nm is 500w this one is over 600w.


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