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May 03, 2012, 10:19:26 PM
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want to quite bit coin mining. Sell the Sapphire 5830 card.
Running on 940 without over-votage for more than 3 month without any problem.
Sell it on 22 coins/$110 including postage. PM if u r interested.
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May 04, 2012, 06:21:48 PM
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btw, the card is in New england. ship within us

want to quite bit coin mining. Sell the Sapphire 5830 card.
Running on 940 without over-votage for more than 3 month without any problem.
Sell it on 22 coins/$110 including postage. PM if u r interested.
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May 04, 2012, 10:45:19 PM
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I don't understand why you would create a download for a .jpg then hide it with URL shortening instead of uploading it to a photo hosting service then using [ img  ]  [    /img   ] tags.
Makes you look shady and untrustworthy. If you peruse some other threads where 5830's sold, you'll see they were sold within hours of posting.
When you leave out major SOP's that the trusted sellers use most buyers will not go near the deal. Another reason is the # posts.
Finally, your price is a little high and you didn't state if your willing to accept offers or escrow.

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May 05, 2012, 01:33:37 AM
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I don't understand why you would create a download for a .jpg then hide it with URL shortening instead of uploading it to a photo hosting service then using [ img  ]  [    /img   ] tags.
Makes you look shady and untrustworthy. If you peruse some other threads where 5830's sold, you'll see they were sold within hours of posting.
When you leave out major SOP's that the trusted sellers use most buyers will not go near the deal. Another reason is the # posts.
Finally, your price is a little high and you didn't state if your willing to accept offers or escrow.

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Agree with some of that, however 110 is right around fair market price at the moment.

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May 05, 2012, 05:22:59 PM
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I don't understand why you would create a download for a .jpg then hide it with URL shortening instead of uploading it to a photo hosting service then using [ img  ]  [    /img   ] tags.
Makes you look shady and untrustworthy. If you peruse some other threads where 5830's sold, you'll see they were sold within hours of posting.
When you leave out major SOP's that the trusted sellers use most buyers will not go near the deal. Another reason is the # posts.
Finally, your price is a little high and you didn't state if your willing to accept offers or escrow.

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http://goo.gl/H1e7X
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Agree with some of that, however 110 is right around fair market price at the moment.

well, they had those refurb ones on newegg for $107 recently.  looking at ebay completed auctions, I don't think it'd be too difficult to find a good card for under $100 including shipping

their price hasn't really changed a whole lot.  if i wanted some 5830's, I'd be looking to buy for $80-$90 (including shipping), as a seller, I'd be trying to get $100-$110 (including shipping).   'course on ebay, you pay the 9% electronics fee

(ed: maybe fabrizzop is still overpaying for them, jaja)

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May 05, 2012, 09:18:18 PM
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I don't understand why you would create a download for a .jpg then hide it with URL shortening instead of uploading it to a photo hosting service then using [ img  ]  [    /img   ] tags.
Makes you look shady and untrustworthy. If you peruse some other threads where 5830's sold, you'll see they were sold within hours of posting.
When you leave out major SOP's that the trusted sellers use most buyers will not go near the deal. Another reason is the # posts.
Finally, your price is a little high and you didn't state if your willing to accept offers or escrow.

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http://goo.gl/H1e7X
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Long URL:
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Agree with some of that, however 110 is right around fair market price at the moment.

well, they had those refurb ones on newegg for $107 recently.  looking at ebay completed auctions, I don't think it'd be too difficult to find a good card for under $100 including shipping

their price hasn't really changed a whole lot.  if i wanted some 5830's, I'd be looking to buy for $80-$90 (including shipping), as a seller, I'd be trying to get $100-$110 (including shipping).   'course on ebay, you pay the 9% electronics fee

(ed: maybe fabrizzop is still overpaying for them, jaja)

Yep, I don't mind overpaying a bit, but I want to deal only with serious persons, with reputation here. And, someone asked 110$ shipped already via PMs.
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May 07, 2012, 03:49:28 AM
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110 shipped is fair imo, maybe a little less if you're selling/buying bulk
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May 07, 2012, 08:23:11 PM
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I am not quite familiar with the post-system and I had switched into img-format. I hope it will help.
Regarding the price, i believe 110 including the postage is not a deal, but it is reasonable. Anyway, anyone can have his option, as a buyer/seller.

I don't understand why you would create a download for a .jpg then hide it with URL shortening instead of uploading it to a photo hosting service then using [ img  ]  [    /img   ] tags.
Makes you look shady and untrustworthy. If you peruse some other threads where 5830's sold, you'll see they were sold within hours of posting.
When you leave out major SOP's that the trusted sellers use most buyers will not go near the deal. Another reason is the # posts.
Finally, your price is a little high and you didn't state if your willing to accept offers or escrow.

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Short URL:
http://goo.gl/H1e7X
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Long URL:
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/7712524/photo-1.jpg
http://longurl.org/
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May 07, 2012, 10:45:34 PM
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Thats a very huge Card imho, thing dont fit to my tiny case.  Tongue

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