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MSI GTX 770 Lightning Second Hand Price?

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Depending on how Maxwell performs, I may be upgrading from the GTX 770 Lightning to 2x GTX 980 cards. If this does ahead, I will be selling my Lightning card. However, I had no idea what would be a reasonable price for this card as it's now a discontinued item. Would between £200-220 be fair due to the fact it is the flagship 770 model from MSI AND no retailer has stock of them anymore?
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  1. Ro-Tang Clan said:
    Hi,

    Depending on how Maxwell performs, I may be upgrading from the GTX 770 Lightning to 2x GTX 980 cards. If this does ahead, I will be selling my Lightning card. However, I had no idea what would be a reasonable price for this card as it's now a discontinued item. Would between £200-220 be fair due to the fact it is the flagship 770 model from MSI AND no retailer has stock of them anymore?


    Considering the fact it was used and depending on the condition the card is in contributes to this. Since it is used, but also it is no longer on retailers sites(Except Amazon) you could probably go for 250-260 eu because that is a huge deal and a more people are likely to buy it at that price.
  2. Newbbuilder11 said:
    Ro-Tang Clan said:
    Hi,

    Depending on how Maxwell performs, I may be upgrading from the GTX 770 Lightning to 2x GTX 980 cards. If this does ahead, I will be selling my Lightning card. However, I had no idea what would be a reasonable price for this card as it's now a discontinued item. Would between £200-220 be fair due to the fact it is the flagship 770 model from MSI AND no retailer has stock of them anymore?


    Considering the fact it was used and depending on the condition the card is in contributes to this. Since it is used, but also it is no longer on retailers sites(Except Amazon) you could probably go for 250-260 eu because that is a huge deal and a more people are likely to buy it at that price.


    €260 is about £200 right? I don't need to worry about the condition of the card affecting the price because it's in immacuate condition. Dust free, clean and not been modified in any way, shape or form. Plus I still have the original box too. I only bought it at the beginning of the year so it still has warranty too, although this would depend on if MSI says warranty is transferable when purchased second hand. Cheers for giving a roundabout price anyway, at least then if the GTX 980 cards are £400 each I'll only have to spend £600 for two :D
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    Ro-Tang Clan said:
    Newbbuilder11 said:
    Ro-Tang Clan said:
    Hi,

    Depending on how Maxwell performs, I may be upgrading from the GTX 770 Lightning to 2x GTX 980 cards. If this does ahead, I will be selling my Lightning card. However, I had no idea what would be a reasonable price for this card as it's now a discontinued item. Would between £200-220 be fair due to the fact it is the flagship 770 model from MSI AND no retailer has stock of them anymore?


    Considering the fact it was used and depending on the condition the card is in contributes to this. Since it is used, but also it is no longer on retailers sites(Except Amazon) you could probably go for 250-260 eu because that is a huge deal and a more people are likely to buy it at that price.


    €260 is about £200 right? I don't need to worry about the condition of the card affecting the price because it's in immacuate condition. Dust free, clean and not been modified in any way, shape or form. Plus I still have the original box too. I only bought it at the beginning of the year so it still has warranty too, although this would depend on if MSI says warranty is transferable when purchased second hand. Cheers for giving a roundabout price anyway, at least then if the GTX 980 cards are £400 each I'll only have to spend £600 for two :D


    Np man :)
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