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January 04, 2012, 02:35:40 AM
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Accept USD or BTC equivalent. $160 + ship. Shipping is usually $8-10 depending on your ZIP code. Can ship international.
You can check the shipping rates at www.usps.com
My zipcode is 42001.

Have a couple of NEW 5870 OEM cards.
These have 2 DVI output, 1 HDMI, 1 displayport. Takes 2 PCI-E 6pin power input (instead of one 8 pin, one 6 six pin).
Card is new, opened to test for hashing functionality. Been hashiing away for a day and counting.
OEM means NO ACCESSORIES whatsoever.

if shipping international, I strongly suggest INSURANCE, this is not because things actually get lost, but due to some evil customs stealing the items.
Insurance are about $1.15 to $1.60 per $100 insured, depending on destination.
Note that insurance does NOT cover shipping fees. In case of lost, you will not be refunded your shipping fees.
From experience, things rarely gets lost. But like I said, some countries customs tend to steal items.

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January 04, 2012, 03:44:35 AM
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oem as in dell oems bc if so 160 is asking a whole lot for a card with no warranty at all

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oem as in dell oems bc if so 160 is asking a whole lot for a card with no warranty at all

No, not really a bad a price if it is indeed new card.  I can sell them at a similar price but I am not making much on them.  Technically I do get a warranty on them when I order them though it is 90 days FOR ME, so less for the customer.   These cards, if they are indeed OEM reference cards like I can get, almost never fail when not abused.

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January 04, 2012, 04:12:19 AM
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All OEM cards are technically without warranty, even if they state 90 days warranty.
5870 cards don't fail as often as the sapphire 5830's fans.
These are quality cards.

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January 04, 2012, 04:17:56 AM
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January 04, 2012, 04:50:33 AM
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All OEM cards are technically without warranty, even if they state 90 days warranty.
5870 cards don't fail as often as the sapphire 5830's fans.
These are quality cards.

Not true.  The issue is getting the card back through the system.  If I sell one, and it is bad, I need to return it to my supplier, who needs to return it to ATI.  ATI does not make cards with no warranty, but with an OEM card, you need to get it back to where you bought it.  If THEY are not willing to return it to ATI or their supplier, then you have no warranty.  And of course ATI does not seem to take back OEM cards directly. 

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January 04, 2012, 04:59:21 AM
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All OEM cards are technically without warranty, even if they state 90 days warranty.
5870 cards don't fail as often as the sapphire 5830's fans.
These are quality cards.

Not true.  The issue is getting the card back through the system.  If I sell one, and it is bad, I need to return it to my supplier, who needs to return it to ATI.  ATI does not make cards with no warranty, but with an OEM card, you need to get it back to where you bought it.  If THEY are not willing to return it to ATI or their supplier, then you have no warranty.  And of course ATI does not seem to take back OEM cards directly. 

In that case, my card has warranty.
But I don't really know if the "supplier" would really take it back to AMD.

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