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Old August 19, 2013, 09:28 AM
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Old August 19, 2013, 09:55 AM
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$300 sounds right to me. Even before I saw your suggestion, that is the number I was thinking of.
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A new gtx 760 is ~$275, which is essentially a rebadged 670. It'd have to be less then that for me to buy one.

660ti = 750
670 = 760
680 = 770
780 = OC'd

There is a lot of people trying to sell 6xx series cards for too much imo. Just my 2c.
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A new gtx 760 is ~$275, which is essentially a rebadged 670. It'd have to be less then that for me to buy one.

Their is a lot of people trying to sell 6xx series cards for too much imo. Just my 2c.
I agree with Sagath. I realize new 670's are still selling for ~$360-$450 new. But with 760's around the $270 mark, I too would only buy a used 670 if it were much less than that, otherwise I'd just buy a new 760 with warranty.
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Old August 21, 2013, 07:39 AM
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Hmmm... I get the reasoning there, and it's a good point. I suppose I'll just give it to a friend of mine that needs the upgrade but can't afford it.
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