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Author Topic: [WTS] [US-48] 4x XFX R9390, 1x 390x2 Devil, Sapphire Tri-x Fans  (Read 165 times)
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March 15, 2017, 08:00:06 PM
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I'm selling off my remaining 390s -- I may have a buyer locally lined up but I'm getting these listed here for the time being.

Photos will be available after I pull the cards from the mine but these cards have all been used in a climate controlled room.

All of these are actively mining for at least another week but I can pull as early as next Wednesday February 22nd to ship out. Nothing wrong with any of them, I'm just going with some cards that consume less electricity.

All Cards come with Original Box and Contents.

I have 4x XFX R9390s with Blower "Hawaii" style coolers. One of them has a brand new OEM fan in its assembly as the stock one failed. I purchased these cards brand new in 2016.
http://wccftech.com/xfx-reintroduces-hawaiis-blower-style-cooler-r9-390-series-cards-handle-grenada-based-r9-390x-r9-390/

I purchased 4x Sapphire Tri-X Heatsink/Fan Assemblies to upgrade these cards with a better design and never got around to it. These heatsinks are a direct replacement for the XFX 390's, I've matched them up to be sure.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZ9QXzxK4T0

I have 1x Powercolor R9 390x2 that I purchased used from another user here. This card is complete and I've been using it for a few months.
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814131680

$230 shipped each for the XFX Cards

$35 shipped each for the Tri-X Heatsinks

$460 shipped for the Powercolor R9 390x2

If you want the XFX Cards + the Tri-X Heatsink - $260 Shipped. If you prefer, I will install it for you and test prior to shipping.

I accept BTC/LTC/ETH/XMR and Paypal + 3%

If escrow is desired, I will accept through philipma1957 or OGNasty, buyer pays fee's.







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