I have two 5970s up for sale.
The first is an ATI 5970. I bought this one from Gigavps as part of a lot of GPUs that had issues with one core being declared sick. This GPU was the best of the lot, and I haven't opened it up as it hashes fine. One GPU does sometimes kick out, but it doesn't crash the driver or hang the system. CGminer just declares it sick, and a restart of CGminer has it hashing away again. I'd say it does this about one or twice a week. I started logging the faults back on the 16th when I decided to part out the GPUs, and its produced 71600 shares since then without crashing, so I don't have a whole lot of concrete data on it. It's labeled #3 in the images. Asking 60BTC+shipping.
The last GPU is a ATI 5970 (#1) from the same Gigavps lot. The VRMs died on one of the GPUs, so only one of the GPUs works. It also can't control the fan speed or display an image. On the plus side, having a 5970 cooler on one GPU means it stays very cool. I have it running 850MHz/200MHz/1.05V for 375MH/s and the VRMs are 60C while the core averages 47C in a 22C room. The VRMs were actually removed on this one (they failed short so I took them off), so if you can find a source for them like another busted 5870/5970 you might be able to salvage the second GPU. Asking 35BTC+shipping.
Asus 5970. It's a warranty replacement I bought from someone who bought a 7970 while waiting for the RMA. I've been running it at 1.0V/750MHz/200MHz and it's been running 660MH/s nice and cool.
I'd like 75BTC + shipping. SOLD
I also have the system these were sitting in. It's a Gigabyte GA-G1975X LGA 775 board with a Pentium 4 631 and 2GB DDR2. Not exactly the newest or most efficient board, but it ran Win7 with 4 cards without a problem. It would idle at the Windows desktop at about 100W at the wall on a ridiculously inefficient OCz GameXStream 1010W that's not even 80+ certified. It turns on as soon as power's applied, even if the power button isn't pushed, and the diagnostic LEDs stay on when you power it off.www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=1955
It has two 16x slots, as well as two 4x slots with 16x retaining clips. There's also a molex plug above the cards that supplies 12V to the PCIe slots which is nice if you don't have powered extenders.
10BTC + shippingSOLD
I also have a HIS 6870 for sale. You can see it in the pic above, I purchased it in the middle of January for my office desktop.http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814161389
I have it mining at 900/200/1.15V, at 64C on the core. When I had it in my desktop I was benching it under Furmark and 3DMark and it was stable up to 1050MHz, but didn't run it that high 24/7.
23BTC shipped to North America.SOLD