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    Default The Beast (EVGA GTX 690 signature edition 4 GB GDDR5 )

    Product Specification:

    • Performance

      NVIDIA GTX 690
      3072 CUDA Cores
      915 MHz Base Clock
      1019 MHz Boost Clock
      Memory

      4096 MB, 512 bit GDDR5
      6008 MHz (effective)
      384.52 GB/s Memory Bandwidth

      Interface

      PCI-E 3.0 16x
      DVI-I, DVI-I, DVI-D, Mini-DisplayPort
      Resolution & Refresh


      240Hz Max Refresh Rate
      Max Analog : 2048x1536
      Max Digital : 2560x1600 (Dual Link DVI Only



    Features:

    FeaturesNVIDIA PhysX technology

    NVIDIA SLI Ready

    NVIDIA SMX Engine

    NVIDIA GPU Boost

    NVIDIA Adaptive Vertical Sync

    NVIDIA Surround

    Supports four concurrent displays

    NVIDIA 3D Vision Ready

    NVIDIA CUDA Technology

    NVIDIA FXAA Technology

    NVIDIA TXAA Technology

    NVIDIA PureVideo HD Technology

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    Performance:
    There is nothing to say about it's performance, In one word mind blowing
    !
    Check These site and you will know...
    www.guru3d.comReview
    www.maximumpc.com/evga_gtx_690_review
    www.overclock3d.net/reviews/gpu_displays/evga_gtx690_review
    www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-690-benchmark,3193.html

    Product condition in detail:
    There is no single problem in the card.
    You can check in my home as long as you want
    .

    Warranty information:
    Came from abroad so no warranty.

    Reason for selling:
    To goodbye gaming life
    ..Job life coming(Hate this)..

    Asking price: 82 thousand Taka(
    negotiable)

    market price:
    $1,049.99





    Last edited by shuvo121; February 28th, 2014 at 04:25.

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    Good luck selling this.


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    http://banglagamer.com/showthread.ph...my-new-gtx-690!

    If that is the card you are selling, your asking price should be much lower than that as it has been used for over one and a half years. As a matter of fact, your price is higher than the market price you have stated lol. Good luck with the sale though.

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    Very very nice card but ur asking price should be just half of ur current asking, brand new GTX770 SLI will much better then this and will cost ~65k with 2 years warranty.

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    Waaaaaayyyyy tooooooo much overpriced. Good luck selling that.

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    tomader sobar kotha thik ase but shipping coast ar custom money k dibe????

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuvo121 View Post
    tomader sobar kotha thik ase but shipping coast ar custom money k dibe????
    The point that everyone is trying make is that newer generation cards are out there, which costs less and gives more performance and generally has a better performance per dollar. Your card is indeed one of the top dogs of the previous generation and a dual GPU single PCB card, but that doesn't really warrant the fact that more performance can be bought for less money and with shop warranty.

    With that said, I'd suggest you to ignore them if you are dead set on the price and hope for the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuvo121 View Post
    tomader sobar kotha thik ase but shipping coast ar custom money k dibe????
    bro particular vabe aktu bolte paren koto lagsilo?ami just janar jonno

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    Bump*

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    Bump*

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    Bump!

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    bump!

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    feeling sorry for you. it's a pity that nobody is interested in your card. you will have to come down to earth to sell it.

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    bump!

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    A new gtx 780 costs about 55k. So having a better power efficiency, more performance per dollar, a little better overall performance a careful buyer would go for the gtx 780. I understand that the card you probably bought the card at a very high price but you have to understand that the demand of the gtx titan is very low due to the release of the new cards.
    Last edited by fahim1rocks; March 23rd, 2014 at 11:33.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuvo121 View Post
    Product Specification:

    • Performance

      NVIDIA GTX 690
      3072 CUDA Cores
      915 MHz Base Clock
      1019 MHz Boost Clock
      Memory

      4096 MB, 512 bit GDDR5
      6008 MHz (effective)
      384.52 GB/s Memory Bandwidth

      Interface

      PCI-E 3.0 16x
      DVI-I, DVI-I, DVI-D, Mini-DisplayPort
      Resolution & Refresh


      240Hz Max Refresh Rate
      Max Analog : 2048x1536
      Max Digital : 2560x1600 (Dual Link DVI Only



    Features:

    FeaturesNVIDIA PhysX technology

    NVIDIA SLI Ready

    NVIDIA SMX Engine

    NVIDIA GPU Boost

    NVIDIA Adaptive Vertical Sync

    NVIDIA Surround

    Supports four concurrent displays

    NVIDIA 3D Vision Ready

    NVIDIA CUDA Technology

    NVIDIA FXAA Technology

    NVIDIA TXAA Technology

    NVIDIA PureVideo HD Technology

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    Performance:
    There is nothing to say about it's performance, In one word mind blowing
    !
    Check These site and you will know...
    www.guru3d.comReview
    www.maximumpc.com/evga_gtx_690_review
    www.overclock3d.net/reviews/gpu_displays/evga_gtx690_review
    www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-690-benchmark,3193.html

    Product condition in detail:
    There is no single problem in the card.
    You can check in my home as long as you want
    .

    Warranty information:
    Came from abroad so no warranty.

    Reason for selling:
    To goodbye gaming life
    ..Job life coming(Hate this)..

    Asking price: 82 thousand Taka(
    negotiable)

    market price:
    $1,049.99





    I Wish I have One.... But Bad Luck
    I Can't Buy It. It is So OverPrice

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    Quote Originally Posted by fahim1rocks View Post
    A new gtx 780 costs about 55k. So having a better power efficiency, more performance per dollar, a little better overall performance a careful buyer would go for the gtx 780. I understand that the card you probably bought the card at a very high price but you have to understand that the demand of the gtx titan is very low due to the release of the new cards.
    now 780 costs only 49k.

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    690 has substantially better performance than a 780 (even better than the 780ti).

    http://www.techspot.com/review/675-n...780/page3.html

    An appropriate price comparison would be 670/680/770 SLI. Lower than 770 SLI though.

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    Better keep using it, instead of selling with a big loss. Graphics card game sarao to lage, jodio onek beshi overkill hoye jabe, tobuo

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