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Provably a scam. Try looking for R9 290x or 780ti used instead. They cost about the same as a 1050ti but they perform waaayyy better

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eBay has a 30-day money back guarantee that's basically bulletproof if you're a buyer. Take a flyer on it, IMO. Nothing to lose if you get it in and it's a fake. And looking at the seller's profile, it's almost certainly fake.

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Definitely not, there is no way someone is selling it for $70 unless it’s broken or not an actual 1050 it. 

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