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Legit, maybe.. but a HUGE red flag..

 

 

1.This is a second-hand video card, pls don't test it with extrem stress testing, if you can't accept, we don't advise you buy it.

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Aliexpress is the last place to buy a gpu. If you buy a graphics card from there, only do so with the expectation that you're getting scammed.

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I would touch it with a bargepole tied to a pole vaulters pole....

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Never buy a GPU from ALI

Or a Phone

 

Unless your versed in Aliexress and know what to look out for, you could have a very bad time.

When chasing a GPU, do not pizza or french fry... gunna have a bad time going "cheap"

 

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On 1/15/2021 at 3:59 PM, yungrupert said:

Well if you do plan on buying one do know that shipping might take a while and try to get one from a reputable seller. I know that people sell fake gpus on aliexpress but when it comes to 580s i haven't seen it. Just use caution when buying cards of aliexpress, I know tech yes city should have a few videos on how to get good deals on pc parts from there without getting scammed.      

 

 

  

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On 1/15/2021 at 9:59 PM, yungrupert said:

I bought same card in order to test if it is a real deal or not. I ordered one a few days ago and now the store somehow disappeared an all those good deals are gone. So it is probably another scam. It to good to be true

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i wanted to submit a similar question since the whole market (new and used) shoots for uncivilized prices:

Gigabyte GTX 1050 scheda Video da 2GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX1050 schede grafiche da 2GB GPU 960 750 730 630 mappa del gioco per Computer Desktop VGA DVI|Schede grafiche| - AliExpress

i was looking for a GPU with similar characteristics for my "office PC" and the only one that LOOKS like the one i'm looking for is this one.

i feel like it's a russian roulette where the number of full chambers is unknown.

i squee.

from my bottom.

 

 

of my heart

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Be very careful. Most GPUs in AliExpress are just old GPUs with a flashed BIOS that tricks to them that they are another card. I recommend buying from a reputable source instead, unless you want a glorified display adapter masked up as a RTX 3060.

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There is a good chance you will get a GPU but not the one they have advertised. i have seen many you tubers try those sales from Ali-express and wish and ended up getting really low end GPU instead of what they have ordered, but hey who knows. if money isn't a problem take your chance.  remember there is always a catch for a price like that

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