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    Default Thinking about trading both my msi 7970 lightnings for gtx 680's

    If I were to do this would anyone be interested? These cards are freaking beast but just want to try something new

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    Default Re: Thinking about trading both my msi 7970 lightnings for gtx 680's

    Btw both these cards are still inder warranty and got them in febuary

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    Default Re: Thinking about trading both my msi 7970 lightnings for gtx 680's

    I have a hardly used EVGA GTX680, but I'm holding it for another forum member, I had 4 of them and sold 3 when I bought the GTX690s, so I'll I have left now is the one GTX680 and one GTX660Ti PE, ASRock Z77 OC Formula, with 16GBs 2133MHz, and a 4 month old 2700K, plus 3-4 new SSD's 240GB and 256GB.

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    Default Re: Thinking about trading both my msi 7970 lightnings for gtx 680's

    Ooooo! Thats really tempting lol... is that the 4gig evga edition?

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    Default Re: Thinking about trading both my msi 7970 lightnings for gtx 680's

    Anyone??

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    Default Re: Thinking about trading both my msi 7970 lightnings for gtx 680's

    Much as I like the idea, I've proven in the past that shipping and import taxes Kill deals like this for me.

    Just for the hell of it though, give me a price to work with
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    Default Re: Thinking about trading both my msi 7970 lightnings for gtx 680's

    The last 680 I have is now sold, and it was one of the first 680s released, so it's a 2GB , all four of them were. Hey Mike, have him ship them to you as a gift, this way you avoid all fees.

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    Default Re: Thinking about trading both my msi 7970 lightnings for gtx 680's

    Doesn't work like that Stan. Import duty is on item value so although there is some wiggle room there has to be a degree of realism in that figure or it sets of the alarms at customs.

    I'm not saying they Know the value of all items just that if you try to say Gift or value = 0 they open it and make up a figure for themselves which just adds time and money
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    Default Re: Thinking about trading both my msi 7970 lightnings for gtx 680's

    That sucks, they shouldn't be able to open your package unless they suspect drugs or something else illegal, a gift is a gift so how the hell can they charge retail, and what if he shipped as used, it is the truth, seeing as he's been using them

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    Default Re: Thinking about trading both my msi 7970 lightnings for gtx 680's

    UK is pretty anal.

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    Default Re: Thinking about trading both my msi 7970 lightnings for gtx 680's

    So is Canada when it comes to shipping fees lol Hey Mike, you never mentioned having custom fee problems with the hardware I've shipped to you, so is this something new ? I've shipped to members all over the world, and to be honest, never had a problem until last year, and that was with Canada, and the problems continuing this year with them trying to charge retail prices, even when a company's shipping a sample, but we have held our ground and never ended up paying retail shipping fees. They even held a case sample from XSPC hostage, trying to get Tony to pay retail shipping fees on a $400 case, but after two weeks they had to charge a fee for a sample, not retail.

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    Default Re: Thinking about trading both my msi 7970 lightnings for gtx 680's

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    The last 680 I have is now sold
    Oh yeah it is! Whoot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    Oh yeah it is! Whoot!
    Congrats Neil, its about damn time!! Man you're going to love them!!

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    Default Re: Thinking about trading both my msi 7970 lightnings for gtx 680's

    Yup, he sure is lol

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    Default Re: Thinking about trading both my msi 7970 lightnings for gtx 680's

    I sure do love the one that's here already, but I'm not sure that I'm going to SLI them. (say what?!)
    I may just put one in each of the i7-2600K systems and run the two GTX-570s in SLI in the FX-8350 box.
    The GTX-680s are pretty pissed-off all by themselves,.............and the two 570s together should work OK too.

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    Default Re: Thinking about trading both my msi 7970 lightnings for gtx 680's

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    So is Canada when it comes to shipping fees lol Hey Mike, you never mentioned having custom fee problems with the hardware I've shipped to you, so is this something new ? I've shipped to members all over the world, and to be honest, never had a problem until last year, and that was with Canada, and the problems continuing this year with them trying to charge retail prices, even when a company's shipping a sample, but we have held our ground and never ended up paying retail shipping fees. They even held a case sample from XSPC hostage, trying to get Tony to pay retail shipping fees on a $400 case, but after two weeks they had to charge a fee for a sample, not retail.
    Being in Canada now, haven't had any issues myself. I have been charged on purchases and paid their ridiculous ten dollar handling fee and that is it.

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