View Full Version : PCI-E Videocards like new - Sirus Tuner

10-27-2008, 01:28 PM
4 month old XFX Geforce 8800GS 384MB PCI-E Card. Lifetime warranty, has never been registered so warranty will be fully in tact if you register. Plays every game out there fine. Crysis high/med (mostly high) at 10x76 or 50/50 high/med 12x10. Almost every other game maxed at 12x10. Retail box with all accessories
$60 shipped firm.

Almost brand new Diamond Radeon HD4850 512MB PCI-E card. Warranty transferrable (less than 1 month old) Plays every game maxed out cept Crysis (75% very high at 12x10). Far Cry 2 all at ultra high at 16x12 with shadows at high at 40+FPS. Every other game maxed out at 16x12. OEM Whitebox with all accessories. 12,500 on 3dmark06 default settings with 3.4ghz e2180
Cooler picture is different but otherwise identical to that.
$150 shipped firm.

Also a Sirius Radio Tuner that can be used in the car and has a home docking kit to plug in with RCAs. $40 shipped

Also some ram DDR memory - 1 stick of 512mb, some 256mb sticks. pc2700. $10/5 respectively

Will get pictures tonight. Paypal or check (check must clear). Will send insured priority 3-day shipping. Anything above that will cost extra. Not really looking for trades, but may do trades with cash. Need a few bucks because of this ticket I got . Looking for deadening or ~150wrms amp for comps. About it Thanks for looking

Again these videocard prices are firm - don't try to lowball. Not in a huge need to sell'em, but would help out a little to have the money.

Digital Designs
10-27-2008, 05:27 PM
Kind of off topic but what mobo do you have to get that e2180 to 3.4ghz? what type of cooling?

10-27-2008, 05:46 PM
No problem. Gigabyte P965 DS3. 2 12cm fans, 12cm exhaust fan on power supply, and 12cm zalman copper cooler. CPU volts at 1.41, but comes down to around 1.38 with load in windows. NB overvoltage of .1v, memory at stock speeds ( i think its 3 divider)

::edit:: Could get to 2.8 on stock volts but wouldn't pass 4hr prime. Bumped up a little more to get to 3.0stable, 1.35 to get to 3.2, then 1.41 with nb overvoltage for 3.4 Not worth it to push it any more for 3.6 (I'm pretty sure I couldn't Prime anything higher than 3.4 anyways).

10-28-2008, 11:01 AM
Hopefully will get pics tonight. Any interest at all?

10-28-2008, 11:03 AM
I may be interested in the 4850

10-28-2008, 11:31 AM
Nice price on the 8800GS, I have 1/2 roll of RAAmatt if that interests you.

10-28-2008, 02:07 PM
How much is a half roll going to cover? Basically I need $50 cash to help pay for some food this next pay period otherwise I'll just be broke (again). I could do the RAAmatt and some cash for the 4850, but not really for the 8800. Interested?

Also worth noting, that 4850 draws roughly 240W at full load. The 880GS is probably around 170W at full load. Both mildly overclocked, but nowhere near as extreme as I got with the e2180. Both work flawlessly.

10-29-2008, 10:13 AM
Sorry about not getting the pics, don't have a camera and haven't been able to borrow one. Will definitely be up tonight though. TTT

10-31-2008, 12:25 AM

10-31-2008, 12:21 PM
I know I know, i haven't even been home since wednesday evening and even then only for a few minutes. I'm going up north this weekend with no internet access but will try to get pics before I leave. Be back sunday evening