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    Default ECS & Gigabyte GTS 250

    A frnd of mine named @Kruger also a bg member wants to sell his card. Heres what he wants to say
    Hi i want to Sell 2x 250 GTS with Warranty

    1) Gigabyte 250 GTS oc GV-N250OC-1GL rev2.0 8000tk 2.3 years warranty left HDMI /DVI/Analogue = 8k

    2) Ecs Black 250 GTS 1GB 7500tk 1 year warranty left DVI / DVI = 7k

    I have both the cards Running in SLI mode and they are Great Cards
    I will provide warranty for Both
    all acessories and Updated Drivers Selling because i want to buy A new Card

    Price Slightly Negitiable
    2.3 yrs warrenty for the gigabyte & 1yr warrenty for the ECS

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    Quote Originally Posted by EyE SpeeD | DeViL View Post
    A frnd of mine named @Kruger also a bg member wants to sell his card. Heres what he wants to say
    Since when graphics cards have 3 Year warranties?

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    Default Re: ECS & Gigabyte GTS 250

    Quote Originally Posted by romulus_ut3 View Post
    Since when graphics cards have 3 Year warranties?
    Dunno i just quoted him...

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    Default Re: ECS & Gigabyte GTS 250

    Its a Special offer i got from Masnoon Computers , Hasan Bhaya Personally Said Ok ill give u 3 years warranty Because they are Really good Cards
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    Default Re: ECS & Gigabyte GTS 250

    A Biostar GTS450 2GB DDR3 is priced at 9K and the 1GB GTS450 Asus DDR5 is priced at 9.2K, both have legitimate 2 years of warranty, so please consider your pricings.
    Last edited by Fox Mulder; July 15th, 2011 at 11:10.

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    Default Re: ECS & Gigabyte GTS 250

    http://www.hwcompare.com/7778/geforc...e-gts-450-1gb/

    ---------- Post added at 22:47 ---------- Previous post was at 22:42 ----------

    Still Prices are Negotiable , but i bought these in October 2010 for 12k becasue ITS OC ( Gigabyte ) with Zalman heatsink
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    Default Re: ECS & Gigabyte GTS 250

    Kruger, the same site will tell you a 8800GTS 640 will crush 4670 HD but in real that's not the case, in fact quite the opposite, hardware specs aren't everything, a lot depends on the architecture itself. Anyways, good to see you've an opened path for negotiations.

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    Default Re: ECS & Gigabyte GTS 250

    Quote Originally Posted by Kruger View Post
    whats this? who said that gt440 is better than 250!!!
    a gts250 is simply as good as gts450 in dx9/10 but lacks dx11 and more power hungry due to G92 based chipset.......

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    Default Re: ECS & Gigabyte GTS 250

    http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/8356...multi-gpu.html

    This is a comprehensive review and features and performance of both GTS250 and 450, should clear confusions up. And on topic, any of these GTS250's would be a great buy for someone who recently ended up with a brick or is low on budget and wants a decent graphics card.

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    Default Re: ECS & Gigabyte GTS 250

    btw that was a low end 250 GTS , none of mine are that Crappy ..... Click image for larger version. 

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    Default Re: ECS & Gigabyte GTS 250

    SOLD thank u Rakin and Mods please Close this thread
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