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ATI Asus 4870 256bit 512kb

I know someone selling this card, what do you think its worth? *USED and Overclocked* I offered 50 bones
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  1. Is it a Dark-Knight version?

    Even if not, $50 is a decent deal. Their new equivalent (HD577) is $105 (AR), so you're paying half that for a card that's louder, hotter, no DX11, etc.

    It's up to you.
  2. Well, i have a 4670 now and wanted to give that to my dad. The 4670 I have now is 128 bit 1gb. I dont think it is the Dark Knight card.
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    Yeah, $50 is a decent price for HD4870 (even it's used and overclocked).
    But be aware, HD4870 is much hotter and power hungry than HD4670, make sure you have enough power on your PSU. :)
  4. Should my OCZ Stealth X Stream 700 watt be sufficient? Should be I am sure of it.
  5. That's a great PSU. :)
  6. ahumphers91 said:
    I know someone selling this card, what do you think its worth? *USED and Overclocked* I offered 50 bones


    4870 does not have 512 "KB" version....

    the last time i saw to have 512 "kb" capacity is s3 865 "windows" accelerator back in 1992 when i was still in elementary school :D
  7. Yeah, dock a point, I had a typo and put KB instead of MB. My bad fellas :P
  8. wa1, yes I love this PSU. I took a chance on it, considering everyone said to stay away from OCZ, I couldn't beat the newegg price when I bought it. I still will never go with OCZ Ram though. They use to be really quality, just has gone downhill since.
  9. I watch the used section of HardOCP rather frequently. A used 512MB 4870 would normally go for about $80 shipped. If your doing this local, $70-80 would be "normal". If you can get it for $50 thats great, but don't be surprised/insulted if he says no.
  10. My brother inlaws friend, and he's getting a 6870 for x-mas. If he don't want 50 bucks for it, then he can try and sell it to someone else. I'm not willing to pay more than 55 bucks, but I do get what your saying :)
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