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Zotac Gtx Titan X / Monitor Selection

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A Friend of mine is selling a Zotac Gtx Titan X graphics card for $550 should i go for it? i had recently bought a Gtx 980 but i still have the Receipt and its eligible for return.

 

& Also he is selling me either a ASUS 24inch 1ms 144hz Monitor Model "VG248qe" for $185 should i buy that in order to have to Asus monitors? or another offer that he gave me was 2 LG 24inch Monitors (No Hdmi) but has DualLink Dvi and a standard VGA cable 2 of those for $250. Model "24mb35pu-b" anyone want to help me out here?  

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A Friend of mine is selling a Zotac Gtx Titan X graphics card for $550 should i go for it? i had recently bought a Gtx 980 but i still have the Receipt and its eligible for return.

 

& Also he is selling me either a ASUS 24inch 1ms 144hz Monitor Model "VG248qe" for $185 should i buy that in order to have to Asus monitors? or another offer that he gave me was 2 LG 24inch Monitors (No Hdmi) but has DualLink Dvi and a standard VGA cable 2 of those for $250. Model "24mb35pu-b" anyone want to help me out here?  

Make sure it's a Titan X and not some other kind of Titan. If it's a Titan X GET IT GET IT GET IT GET IT GET IT GET IT


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Get it, no questions asked :D

Well, I wouldn't get it no questions asked. As long as it's working correctly then hell yeah steal that deal.

But that should come with common sense...

 

 

 

 

 

 

but common sense is not common sooooooo

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Well, I wouldn't get it no questions asked. As long as it's working correctly then hell yeah steal that deal.

But that should come with common sense...

 

 

 

 

 

 

but common sense is not common sooooooo

You're messing with my brain :'c

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Well, I wouldn't get it no questions asked. As long as it's working correctly then hell yeah steal that deal.

But that should come with common sense...

 

 

 

 

 

 

but common sense is not common sooooooo

Only question to ask - is it really a Titan X and not a Z? :D

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1.Make sure it works

2.Make sure it is a Titan X

3.Buy that shit

 

Hey, if you don't want it, I will trade my two 970s for it :D

 

Make sure it's a Titan X and not some other kind of Titan. If it's a Titan X GET IT GET IT GET IT GET IT GET IT GET IT

What about the monitor selection? >.<

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Remember that buying from friends can ruin friendships.  Just something to think about.


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Why does he want rid of it? Is there any issue with it?

Considering the price I would say there is something wrong with it.


 

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Why does he want rid of it? Is there any issue with it?

Considering the price I would say there is something wrong with it.

 

He recently got a job and he has NO time to be using his computer anymore. im still gonna test it and make sure it works but we've been friends since we were lil kids so thats why he wants to sell it to me.

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He recently got a job and he has NO time to be using his computer anymore. im still gonna test it and make sure it works but we've been friends since we were lil kids so thats why he wants to sell it to me.

I guess that makes sense, damn shame though.

Just a thought but he might want to consider a gaming laptop, that way he can play while on the move. Unless he has an office job that is taking his time, which doesn't make sense to me, if a job takes so much time that playing on a PC is impossible it most likely means that the job requires him to move a lot.

EDIT: incase this isn't clear yet, GET THE DAMN TITAN. 


 

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I guess that makes sense, damn shame though.

Just a thought but he might want to consider a gaming laptop, that way he can play while on the move. Unless he has an office job that is taking his time, which doesn't make sense to me, if a job takes so much time that playing on a PC is impossible it most likely means that the job requires him to move a lot.

EDIT: incase this isn't clear yet, GET THE DAMN TITAN. 

I'm not sure maybe a gaming laptop would be better? maybe he will buy a laptop not sure. but Yeah TITAN!(!@!(*!(*@!

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I'm quite positive Zotac doesn't make a GTX Titan X.

Edit that I'm dumb. They do make one.


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Get the titan x, after testing it to make sure it works and is a titan x. Also, go for the Asus monitor, its 144hz so will go really well with the titan x.


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