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EVGA e-GeForce 8800GTS 640MB Superclocked (640-P2-N825-AR)
EVGA e-GeForce 8800GTS 640MB KO ACS3 (640-P2-N827-AR)
1. Purchase ONE of the above EVGA products at Buy.com between 5/1/2007 and 5/31/2007. Request must be
postmarked by 6/30/2007.
The 7% off cookie took a couple of clicks to register, but worked as posted once engaged. The rebate however is for the the super-clocked version and will be rejected by EVGA as the item in cart is the 640-P2-N821-AR.
Link for the people still half asleep. Thanks to OP.
Damn, I should have waited until now to buy the card (paid $315AR in the last recent buy.com deal). Anyway, thanks to OP because I'm sure a few people are jumping on this deal
getting confused here.
BTW. What the hell is budget shipping for buy.com...horse drawn carriage?
Who is this REBATEHQ.COM? I mean there is nothing on the buy.com websight for the EVGA 8800GTX (768-P2-N831-AR) showing the $30 rebate. I can apply my coupon to get it for $511 and then HOPEFULLY get a $30 rebate from this Rebate company that doesn't even show any sponsored rebate from REBATEHQ.COM nor EVGA on Buy.com. If I got the rebate it would make the 8800GTX $481.... if it passed and actually got shipped out.
I'm thinking of taking the DIVE too, maybe later today.
Do you have to use the rebate form at rebateHQ, or can you just use the rebate form offered on buy.com website.
Is the Superclocked version worth $37 more?
I'm such a cheapass. I went ahead and rebought the 8800. Will RMA the $315 AR one and keep this $295 AR one.
I hope I never get screwed by a lost package or something one of these days.
I'll pay $3 to ship it...so I'm getting it for $297AR. I couldn't resist saving the $17.I'm a cheapass also, but I don't now if I would of done that for $20 dollars. Won't you have to pay for return shipping if it has been shipped already?
But its the worst feeling when you buy something only to find out that the price dropped or you could of bought it cheaper.
I'm just about to order from here.
Anyone had a bad experience with buy.com?
I've never ordered from them before and don't know a lot about them.
What made you go with the superclocked over the regular card? I did not find any reviews on it except the 320mb superclocked card so I just picked up the regular card.
So if you don't want to bother overclocking the regular card and $37 dollars is nothing to you when your making over $100,000 a year, then maybe you want to buy the superclocked.
There was a review on firingsquad.com, where the superclocked 320 beat the 640 regular card. Go to hardware on there or just search.
Its probably worth the 37 bucks, but I'm not going to do it.