Hardware gurus: Price check


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Gymrat76

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Just upgraded my video card and was wondering how much I can sell my old card off for. Its a Sapphire ATi Radeon 9500 Pro 128MB with DVI (AGP). Anyone care to offer any opinions? Thanks :)
 

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It's a decent card. Given it's used status and the rapid production of newer video cards, I'd say no more than $200.00:think:
 

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9500Pro?

9800 Pro now selling for 200+ onli....

Guess u can try letting go at ard 120 range.
 

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Gymrat76 said:
Just upgraded my video card and was wondering how much I can sell my old card off for. Its a Sapphire ATi Radeon 9500 Pro 128MB with DVI (AGP). Anyone care to offer any opinions? Thanks :)
80 max :think:

A second hand r9600xt cant fetch more than 110. R9800 is arnd 150.
 

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If this were an auction, it would have been really bleak.... sorry. Computer hardware becomes obsolete almost overnight these days yet they're not exactly cheap.
 

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monokydni said:
If this were an auction, it would have been really bleak.... sorry. Computer hardware becomes obsolete almost overnight these days yet they're not exactly cheap.
I'm not hoping for a whole lot la.. I know how fast hardware gets obsolete. Just wanna get more opinions so I can quote a reasonable price :)
 

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I'm not hoping for a whole lot la.. I know how fast hardware gets obsolete. Just wanna get more opinions so I can quote a reasonable price :)
sell at vrzone or hwz :)
 

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Gymrat76 said:
I'm not hoping for a whole lot la.. I know how fast hardware gets obsolete. Just wanna get more opinions so I can quote a reasonable price :)
I understand the situation and the feeling. A month ago I had an nVidia 6600GT 256mb card to give away. I offered it to my 12 year-old nephew and it was thanks-but-no-thanks. Why? Because it ain't PCIe! Now it's in my dad's for net and word processing only PC....
 

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monokydni said:
I understand the situation and the feeling. A month ago I had an nVidia 6600GT 256mb card to give away. I offered it to my 12 year-old nephew and it was thanks-but-no-thanks. Why? Because it ain't PCIe! Now it's in my dad's for net and word processing only PC....
sell me ;)
 

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monokydni said:
I understand the situation and the feeling. A month ago I had an nVidia 6600GT 256mb card to give away. I offered it to my 12 year-old nephew and it was thanks-but-no-thanks. Why? Because it ain't PCIe! Now it's in my dad's for net and word processing only PC....
I was going all around SLS looking for a 6600GT 256MB but didn't find one... what brand was yours? Aiya should have given to me :bsmilie:
 

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Inno3D:cry:
OK, I got the Leadtek 6600GT 128MB TDH version.. wanna hold off a complete system upgrade until next year
 

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OK, I got the Leadtek 6600GT 128MB TDH version.. wanna hold off a complete system upgrade until next year
Woo.. somebody gearing up for D2X files eh? :bsmilie:
 

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Woo.. somebody gearing up for D2X files eh? :bsmilie:
Yeah right, more like playing more PC games :bsmilie:
 

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