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February 09, 2012, 06:33:57 PM
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My mining machine lost a 5870 recently, it was defective (hardware errors) and I had to send it back to get a refund. Unfortunately because of the limited availability of 5870s the store was not able to issue a replacement, so now I'm posting here. I am looking for either a 5870 or a 5970, depending on what Mh/$ looks like for both from offers I get. The card should be in new or good condition, never over volted, and the fan well taken care of (indicate rpm @ 80%). Ideally the card is still under warranty and original purchase documentation is available for warranty claims. Looking for sellers with a decent reputation/selling history, given the number of scams that happen here. I realize as a new forum member I don't have rep either and am willing to go through paypal for the deal so we're both covered. PM me offers.

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February 11, 2012, 05:57:40 PM
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Looks like there aren't any warrantied 5970s around these days. Hope newegg gets a new batch in stock soon.

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