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EBAY?? 9700 Pros

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Nero

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Also, make sure you don't get screwed on shipping. eBay can be a goldmine for deals, but a ton of sellers try and charge you $25 shipping for a video card that @ the most costs them $10 to ship (2nd air insured)
 

viking84

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good price, but my worry would be what happens if it dies in 3 months...what kind of warranty would I have? Sure I saved a hundred bucks, but doesn't do much good if the card is a total loss w/o a warranty, or would a manufacturer's warranty still apply?
 

wanna_b_rich_13

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Dec 15, 2003
Well the two people I see look like they are just regular people (not stores) that are selling there stuff. It is pretty much hit or miss with people like that b/c they could have a great feedback from buying things but the stuff they sell from their house could be junk (yet they may not think so).

It is pretty much a gamble. I only take feedback into consideration if it is bad. I seen a guy a few weeks back with over 1000 feedbacks (99% good) selling BBA Radeon 9800Xts retail for $399 and $15 S&H. It looked like a scam to me even though his feedback was phenominal and about 2 weeks later I did a search for his products and seen he had about 350+ negatives in one week....He took the money and ran.
 
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Gabkicks

Gabkicks

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well... i found a Xtasy 9600 Pro for 150$ at compusa. my dad just might get that for me.. or i might be able to talk him into gettin somethin off of ebay