EVGA GTX 460 768MB - $145.99 Shipped @ Chief Value

SofaKing

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from reviews they seem to run in their mid to high 30s on idle

idk
 
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Cecil

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Mine runs 28-31C idle after changing the TIM, and tops at 60C 845 core.
 

Zero82z

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Who honestly cares what the idle temps are? As long as the load temps aren't too high, you've got nothing to worry about.
 

bigdogchris

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OK maybe I missed this but I received a piece of paper with the SC II trial. However, I also have the option to request Star Craft II in the My Products page on EVGA.com. Is the requested version also just a trial?
 

aldamon

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OK maybe I missed this but I received a piece of paper with the SC II trial. However, I also have the option to request Star Craft II in the My Products page on EVGA.com. Is the requested version also just a trial?

Yes. You got two trial codes with this deal. I sold both of mine on Ebay.
 

86 5.0L

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just an FYI, and a YMMV but I got an email to fill out a customer satisfaction survey in exchange for a gift, well today I got a nice surprise

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zyzeast

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haha i got the same filemate hard drive enclosure.

I bought 2 of the cards + a 550 PSU for $298, sold the two cards for $350 on ebay. So made about $30 after fees/shipping + a shitty 550 PSU and a hard drive enclosure + those SC2 codes. Not bad.
 

beowulf7

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haha i got the same filemate hard drive enclosure.

I bought 2 of the cards + a 550 PSU for $298, sold the two cards for $350 on ebay. So made about $30 after fees/shipping + a shitty 550 PSU and a hard drive enclosure + those SC2 codes. Not bad.
Well done. :cool:

You can make a few more bucks on selling the PSU, HDD enclosure, and SC2 codes.
 

zyzeast

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pretty much, i mean, why on earth would you make a 550W PSU and not have any PCI-E connectors?? :(
 
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