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would $140 be a good price for a 760

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Posted · Original PosterOP

k so this guy is selling two 760's for $280 or $140 each. is this a good price?

 

i would get one and my friend would get one. since my mobo dont support SLI, only Crossfire.


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Yes. That's an amazing deal! That's what I paid for a 7770 a few months ago


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k so this guy is selling two 760's for $280 or $140 each. is this a good price?

 

i would get one and my friend would get one. since my mobo dont support SLI, only Crossfire.

I would buy it, sell it for a higher price (l just googled the price of a 2nd hand 760 on ebay for like 280$) and get like a r9 280. Tadaaaa~

Better yet, buy both, sell both at $560 and get a sweet 970 with like $200 left over


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I would buy it, sell it for a higher price (l just googled the price of a 2nd hand 760 on ebay for like 280$) and get like a r9 280. Tadaaaa~

Better yet, buy both, sell both at $560 and get a sweet 970 with like $200 left over

I don't know where you're looking but an offhand 760 shouldnt sell for that much considering you can get a new one for like $220
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I don't know where you're looking but an offhand 760 shouldnt sell for that much considering you can get a new one for like $220

ebay :D 


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I would buy it, sell it for a higher price (l just googled the price of a 2nd hand 760 on ebay for like 280$) and get like a r9 280. Tadaaaa~

Better yet, buy both, sell both at $560 and get a sweet 970 with like $200 left over

they are used, and 760 are selling for $240-ish right now on NCIX. 

you think i could sell them for $220? so $440 total?


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I currently have the GIGABYTE 760 2GB, if you can get one for 140$ do it. That is a fantastic deal :D

can it run most games at 1080p maxed out (with out AA and other filters) like: BF4, tomb raider, and stuff like that?

 

because my crappy 650Ti boost can only max out a handful of games like minecraft, cubeworld, unturned (almost maxed out), Insurgency and BF3


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you can get R9 270 new for 140$ and crossfire

 

theese however gave great resell value

i was considering that but i only have a 500watt power supply :(


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I don't think it's that great a deal, even if they were brand new.

 

Shit, a couple of weeks ago you could get a Zotac GTX 760 4GB for $168 new. Since you have an i5, skip the 760 and get a brand new R9 280 for $150 after rebate:

 

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814131570

 

Better overall card with 1GB more of VRAM. If your friend is using an i3 or Pentium he'd be better off with the 760 than the 280, but if he has an i5 or better then the R9 280 is a better card overall.

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/product/1038?vs=1332

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Yes. That's an amazing deal! That's what I paid for a 7770 a few months ago

dude, you got ripped off.

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i paid 200 for my 760 4gb version i know its not relevant but i know that 140$ is a great price for a 760 i wanted to buy a 2gb version so i could try sli for kick then give the card to my buddy (his system is good buy the gpu sucks and he always complains about it) and the cheapest 2gb 760 i could find was 220 

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k so this guy is selling two 760's for $280 or $140 each. is this a good price?

 

i would get one and my friend would get one. since my mobo dont support SLI, only Crossfire.

mate you can get the NVidia GeForce gtx 750 ti from evga for $144.98 a lot better price then that get two and you got a sick rig amazon have them.

 

http://www.amazon.ca/EVGA-Superclocked-Dual-Link-Graphics-02G-P4-3753-KR/dp/B00IDG3IDO/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1420404119&sr=1-1&keywords=nvidia+geforce+gtx+750+ti


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they are used, and 760 are selling for $240-ish right now on NCIX. 

you think i could sell them for $220? so $440 total?

Yes no matter what you should still make a decent profit out of it 


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