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Author Topic: Do not buy a 5830 for $160. It's a blatant ripoff.  (Read 2423 times)
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June 22, 2011, 11:46:36 PM
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He's mad cuz he sold his 5830 for $55.
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June 23, 2011, 02:30:30 AM
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Unless you are able to sell 5830 to me $109 shipped immediately, then I think you should stfu. Availability has its value. Sapphire 5830 at $160 is still cheaper than the cheapest Sapphire 6870 (rebate can only be used once per address, even with rebate it is $190). If you are building multiple machines with 4 x GPU, the price difference add up to a lot of money very quick.

Sure $109 price point is great, IF you can get them. Otherwise you'd have to wait god knows how long, and be god knows how fast to get any at $109.
Maybe you should learn how to browse newegg before you tell other people to stfu. There's multiple 6870 models available for $165-$175 after rebate and a Sapphire one for $175 w/o rebate. At those prices the 6870 is certainly a better deal than the 5830 for $160.

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