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i would like to know which product line this is or if i was a custom build it says aorus but i cant find it anywhere

i came across this post on Ebay about this gaming pc bundle it says it has 65 Gb of ram and there is only two sticks but then that would only be 64 gb if it 2 32 gb sticks its bios pic what they posted looks like an Aorus bios  the  only reason I'm wondering what line this is because i want to know the GPU in it i looked up the serial number and its a 3060 ti but i couldn't  see the front of the GPU  to actually verify that's what it is i saw a 3090 on on the Evga website that looks similar Any help is appreciated if not allowed or wrong forum please let me know

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Well the GPU is probably a 3060 TI if that is what was said. 

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9 minutes ago, themightyjones said:

bundle it says it has 65 Gb of ram and there is only two sticks but then that would only be 64 gb if it 2 32 gb sticks

Probably a typo. 

 

The "Aorus" name comes from the motherboard, it belongs to Gigabyte's branding family.

This appears to be the exact model

 

I googled the EVGA XC 3060 ti backplate. It looks like that's the model being used in this PC.

Here it is

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17 minutes ago, themightyjones said:

i came across this post on Ebay about this gaming pc bundle it says it has 65 Gb of ram and there is only two sticks but then that would only be 64 gb if it 2 32 gb sticks its bios pic what they posted looks like an Aorus bios  the  only reason I'm wondering what line this is because i want to know the GPU in it i looked up the serial number and its a 3060 ti but i couldn't  see the front of the GPU  to actually verify that's what it is i saw a 3090 on on the Evga website that looks similar Any help is appreciated if not allowed or wrong forum please let me know

 

From the motherboard model name, it's an ITX.
Its 17cm x 17cm dimension.

Well, either 3060 or 3060ti

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34 minutes ago, Fasauceome said:

Probably a typo. 

 

The "Aorus" name comes from the motherboard, it belongs to Gigabyte's branding family.

This appears to be the exact model

 

I googled the EVGA XC 3060 ti backplate. It looks like that's the model being used in this PC.

Here it is

i thought it might be a typo thanks 

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The seller likely just doesn't know how it works, saw 65536 and assumed that's 65GB.

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