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    Default Powercolor AXR9 280X Turbo Duo

    So does anyone know anything about Newegg's Open Box products in terms of their use before being resold? 'cause I just pulled the trigger on this:

    Newegg.com - Open Box: PowerColor TurboDuo AXR9 280X 3GBD5-T2DHE/OC Radeon R9 280X 3GB 384-Bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 HDCP Ready CrossFireX Support Video Card

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    Default Re: Powercolor AXR9 280X Turbo Duo

    nice find
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Default Re: Powercolor AXR9 280X Turbo Duo

    How much was it? I know that the 280X cards perform quite well.

    I like my ASUS 3GB R9-280X OC card. It's good looking and runs cool.
    It runs just a little bit faster than one of my EVGA 2GB GTX-680 cards. I need to buy a second R9-280X OC card and run Crossfire.

    Then I can run the two EVGA GTX-680s in SLI in the other box.
    I need to get a better power supply for the other PC though.

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    Default Re: Powercolor AXR9 280X Turbo Duo

    Quote Originally Posted by Mgutierrez33 View Post
    So does anyone know anything about Newegg's Open Box products in terms of their use before being resold? 'cause I just pulled the trigger on this:

    Newegg.com - Open Box: PowerColor TurboDuo AXR9 280X 3GBD5-T2DHE/OC Radeon R9 280X 3GB 384-Bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 HDCP Ready CrossFireX Support Video Card
    +

    I buy open box stuff all the time. I am a serious budget shopper. Don't pay full price for jack sh*t! I have gotten some killer deals from Newegg and TD before TD moved that clearance to the store locations. BOOO TD!

    Just make sure you register the card on Powercolors site soon as you get it. Before NewEgg notifies them its a clearance item. You will get your full warranty. Works the same way at MC too. lol



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    If you purchase an Open-Box product Newegg guarantees only that you will receive the product itself; accessories MAY OR MAY NOT BE INCLUDED with Open-Box products. Newegg will not send you a missing accessory, even if the missing accessory is required in order to properly make use of all the product’s advertised functions."
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    Default Re: Powercolor AXR9 280X Turbo Duo

    How about a Refurbished SteelSeries APEX Back-lit Gaming Keyboard for 39 bucks? I just got mine and it's very nice.

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    Default Re: Powercolor AXR9 280X Turbo Duo

    That card was 240 bucks x-D.

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    Default Re: Powercolor AXR9 280X Turbo Duo

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
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    I buy open box stuff all the time. I am a serious budget shopper. Don't pay full price for jack sh*t! I have gotten some killer deals from Newegg and TD before TD moved that clearance to the store locations. BOOO TD!
    I try to get at least a 20% sale on any item before I buy from newegg. Saves me a lot of money! =D Also, I've gotten some great deals from PureOC due to being able to trust who I'm buying from here and everyone being great guys (and gals).

    Also, that looked like an exceptional deal you got on that card!

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    Default Re: Powercolor AXR9 280X Turbo Duo

    Quote Originally Posted by Mgutierrez33 View Post
    That card was 240 bucks x-D.
    And That's a good deal!

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    Default Re: Powercolor AXR9 280X Turbo Duo

    lol damn right it's a good deal. That's the price of a GTX 760 or a nice 270X. I actually almost went with a reference design GTX 760 because of their good SLI scaling (and the fact that 270X's don't have ANY full cover water blocks for them)... but I saw this and it was too good to pass up on.

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    Default Re: Powercolor AXR9 280X Turbo Duo

    Quote Originally Posted by Mgutierrez33 View Post
    damn right it's a good deal
    Newegg has some great deals sometimes. But I have got my best deals from the forums I belong to. I got a pair of GTX-680s last year for 400 bucks. (both of them for that)
    I got a great deal here on a pair of water blocks and back plates for them too.

    I got the ASUS Radeon R9-280X OC from another forum, and I'm working on a deal for another one. It was super cheap and it's a good card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    Newegg has some great deals sometimes. But I have got my best deals from the forums I belong to. I got a pair of GTX-680s last year for 400 bucks. (both of them for that)
    I got a great deal here on a pair of water blocks and back plates for them too.

    I got the ASUS Radeon R9-280X OC from another forum, and I'm working on a deal for another one. It was super cheap and it's a good card.

    i would have to agree with you. Most of the deals i used to get came from places like Newegg. But over the last year the forums have been a godsend for good deals and trades. I have upgraded and built more systems because the savings allowed my funds to go a lot further then buying full retail for everything.
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    Default Re: Powercolor AXR9 280X Turbo Duo

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
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    I buy open box stuff all the time. I am a serious budget shopper. Don't pay full price for jack sh*t! I have gotten some killer deals from Newegg and TD before TD moved that clearance to the store locations. BOOO TD!

    Just make sure you register the card on Powercolors site soon as you get it. Before NewEgg notifies them its a clearance item. You will get your full warranty. Works the same way at MC too. lol



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    This is our Detailed Open Box Item Return Policy. Newegg often sells items that are listed as "open-box." Because these items are sold at greatly reduced prices, they are subject to a limited refund-only return policy. Such items can only be returned within 30 days of the applicable invoice date. “Return” constitutes receipt of the product by Newegg, and not the mere issuance of an RMA. Newegg cannot provide replacement service for these items, as their stock is limited. The entire risk as to the quality and performance of these items is with the buyer. These items have been tested for functionality, but may have superficial physical defects including, but not limited to, scratches, dings or dents. Should these items exhibit a functional defect following their purchase, the buyer (not the manufacturer, distributor, or Newegg) assumes the entire cost of all necessary servicing or repairs, unless otherwise required by law. These items are not covered by any 30-day satisfaction guarantee.

    If you purchase an Open-Box product Newegg guarantees only that you will receive the product itself; accessories MAY OR MAY NOT BE INCLUDED with Open-Box products. Newegg will not send you a missing accessory, even if the missing accessory is required in order to properly make use of all the product’s advertised functions."
    Same hear Sandy. I buy open box and refebished If I can save some cash I will.

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    Well the raisin I went with Newegg is because I don't have CASH for those kind of deals... and rather than attempt to approach people and expect them to trust on blind faith that I will be able to make payments to them, I just wait for the deals on Newegg x-). Plus a LOT of the stuff I want currently is pretty much brand new or is such an infrequently used part that I doubt if many here have one just lying around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mgutierrez33 View Post
    Well the raisin I went with Newegg is because I don't have CASH for those kind of deals... and rather than attempt to approach people and expect them to trust on blind faith that I will be able to make payments to them, I just wait for the deals on Newegg
    As I said before, Newegg's refurb deals are great if you have the cash on hand to jump right then. That keyboard that I just got from them was under half-price. It's like brand new too.

    But for the best deals, I deal with forum members as often as possible and pay them as I can. I'll work it out 'up front' that it will take me ~insert whatever period of time~ to pay them, and they should hold on to the item until it's paid for, THEN ship it to me. This has happened four of five times and went off without any problems. If they can't wait for this way to pay, I usually can't buy it.

    Sometimes I just have to do it this way. Many times I have the cash on hand to get whatever it is.
    Your deal on that GPU was excellent.

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    Well the raisin I went with Newegg is because I don't have CASH for those kind of deals....

    Newegg has raisins? High tech raisins! What has this world come to!
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