So I recently bought a seller refurbished RX 470 on EBAY for 150 bucks. It was going for 300, but the seller had a "or best offer" option, so I decided to put a best offer of "150" which in my mind I would only buy such a card around original MSRP or maybe a tad more. Now my worry is that since it is "seller refurbished" or any used card for that matter, it might be temporarily fixed with the "reballing" or "reflow" method. I really was surprised that I got the card for so cheap I was expecting to haggle a bit after the initial offer. I am hoping the repair was something like capacitors or new thermal paste, but I am a tad worried. How common do you think reflow/reballing is on EBAY? I will receive my card in a few days and will report back after some stress testing, but as some of you may already know, reballing can last just long enough for the return period to expire. So what is the most likely scenario? 1. receive the card, works great and has normal life expectancy. 2. was reballed and will die on me in a matter of months or sooner. If lucky, will last one year. 3. seller will work his way out of the deal, maybe it was a mistake to accept low price. 4. artifacts, overheats, works sub-optimally. The seller has over 1000 transactions and a 97 percent rating. What do you all think?