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    asus striker extreme OPEN BOX $257

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...2E16813131074R

    Open box Newegg Asus Striker Extreme. Cheap striker. Good luck.

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    Yeah, they've been selling those at that price for a minute. I'm actually pretty ****ed at Asus right now for not keeping up with upgrading their bios.
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    Still overpriced if you ask me. BadAxe 2 is best deal ever ^^
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    Why the balls are those 350.00 new? The mobo is an expendable item..
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    they were originally $400. it costs more to name your motherboard models using words like Stryker and Extrme dont ya know?
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    Thanks for the link. Been looking to get this board.

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    jesus why are these motherboards SO expensive?
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    Quote Originally Posted by g0dM@n
    jesus why are these motherboards SO expensive?
    Because a few people with money will pay for this stuff giving reason to think that other people will too. Simple supply and demand. If they keep the prices that high someone must be buying them. They want to move product then you'll see the sales and rebates.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HousERaT
    Because a few people with money will pay for this stuff giving reason to think that other people will too. Simple supply and demand. If they keep the prices that high someone must be buying them. They want to move product then you'll see the sales and rebates.
    yeah, i went with the Abit AB9 QuadGT that I'm waitin' for... just wondering what was so good about this... the names of motherboards are getting rather funny. COMMANDO, STRIKER, lol... where's DRILL SGT?
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