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Old March 10, 2014, 07:04 PM
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lol as i was saying.
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Old March 10, 2014, 07:11 PM
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Yeah, that sounds reasonable.
Since locally, try showing them working in your machine or the guys' machine so that you won't get any headache later on saying I want to return them cuz they don't work...
Hmm. That does sound reasonable, but I am a bit of a nervous nelly when it comes to selling at people's houses! I did wonder about that for selling a graphics card though.

Thanks for all the input. I do appreciate it.
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For those models, between $240-250 is a good price and a solid buy.
They are faster than the GTX 760 which happens to be just a GTX 670 with a shader unit removed and they are right on the heels of the GTX 680.

Most 670 2gb models are hovering around $240-250 price wise.
I've seen quite a few around $180 to 220, at the low end they are reference cards and around the 220-230 mark is where I've seen some MSI PE and Gigabyte Windforce editions.

I got a steal on my last few cards, $100 and $180 each for MSI 670 2gc OC reference cards which was a very great bang for the buck SLI setup.


Most of my deals are local and I always try to see stuff running before I buy it.
Some of the people I sell to are just happy handing me the cash and walking away, sometimes not even looking in the box.

Meeting at the house doing the selling is usually a safe bet, just knowing the address of the place usually means they are not trying to get rid of damaged product.

Obviously you should try to get the most you can for your cards, list them locally for $250/260 and that way if you get talked down $20 per card you're still selling for market price.
That way the buyer feels like he's won the price battle. :P
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Old March 11, 2014, 05:44 PM
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Thanks for the input mcyuke. I will likely have to consider listing them locally. The person who offered $400 doesn't seem interested in them at $450 and I don't want to settle on $400 just yet. I think, as you folks on here have confirmed, I can do a little better than $200 per card for this model.
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