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January 31, 2012, 09:37:42 AM
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Hello,

I would like to buy some VGA (5870, 5970..) from China. Can You recommend any good and reliable supplier?

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January 31, 2012, 09:55:27 AM
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Have you tried the online 'market' www.taobao.com? As long as you pick a seller with a fairly high rating and good number sold in the previous month, there shouldn't be any scams. I recently bought a legit MW3 code off there for less than half of the Steam retail price. Plus, my friend got tons of stuff of it as well (TIMs, HDDs, Laptop Heatsinks, etc.)
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February 01, 2012, 01:05:47 AM
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Just so you know VGA isn't the technical term for what you are talking about. VGA is a DB15 connector, its one of the most common video outputs from a computer and is in a D like shape.

What you are talking about is a GPU or Video Card. For chinese shit i've used chinabuye, chinagrabber, aliexpress, and diytrade. I don't know of any that take BTC though, so you might be out of luck there...

If you are really just looking for cheap video cards you should look around at used video cards, try tech forums where computer nerds can part out their old gaming rigs, or even look around the FS sub forum here for people ditching their mining rigs, their should be a fairly large bailout when bitcoins start giving out 25btc a block instead of 50.

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