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November 19, 2012, 04:10:27 PM
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Looking to sell my 5970.  While I have ran it, it has been slightly overclocked and never over volted.  Downclocked memory. Never overheated.  I shut it down after last winter and haven't run it since, so it has had lots of downtime.  I was originally just going to game with it, but I would rather have the money at this point.  I believe this will work fine for gaming as I have never had any render issues or artifacts with it.  I know that it works great for hashing bitcoins and should be fine for hashing litecoins.  I have found out that if you are buying these cards to game with you need to make sure they can still game, many of the cards used for mining will still hash fine and then be unstable with 3d graphics. I will run any benchmark tests you would like me to run on this to attest to the quality.

I know there will be an influx of these on here soon, but I am firm on my price of 225 + shipping.  BTC payments only unless you have a high WoT rating on -otc then I may consider other options.

I am also trying to sell a Corsair TX 850 Power Supply.  New Egg Link
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139022&T

This has been used to power my 2 x 5970 rig, it has also not been used since spring.  New Egg wants 135.  I will take 90 + shipping.  I wouldn't mind keeping this item for future builds so I am also firm on this price.  Again BTC only unless your WoT rating is very high.

Get them together for 295 + Actual shipping.

I will be bumping this thread later tonight with pictures of these items.

Check my -otc Wot In my sig.

Any Questions or something I forgot send me a pm or reply to this thread.

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Who manufactured the 5970?

Thanks.
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