Selling gtx 570

So I want to sell my gtx 570 ( 012-P3-1573-AR ). I am not sure where is a good place to sell. I want about $200 for it. Any ideas of where to sell. I also think craigslist is sketchy. There is nothing wrong with it but I want a gtx 670.
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  1. jecho said:
    So I want to sell my gtx 570 ( 012-P3-1573-AR ). I am not sure where is a good place to sell. I want about $200 for it. Any ideas of where to sell. I also think craigslist is sketchy. There is nothing wrong with it but I want a gtx 670.

    List it in the classified section of the forums
    They've been selling for $200 - $225 over at EVGA
    Yours is an AR, that means lifetime warranty if you registered it
    If you're willing to work with the buyer to RMA it should anything go wrong it generally makes for an easier sale
  2. jecho said:
    So I want to sell my gtx 570 ( 012-P3-1573-AR ). I am not sure where is a good place to sell. I want about $200 for it. Any ideas of where to sell. I also think craigslist is sketchy. There is nothing wrong with it but I want a gtx 670.


    I sell my used parts on e-bay.
    To get an idea of what it is worth, search for your card, and then filter with used and completed listings.
    You will see, in green, what buyers actually paid.
    I did this, and your $200 is not far off.

    Nothing wrong with craig's list for a seller. Sometimes a buyer does not know true values.
    Take only cash as a payment, and complete the transaction in a public place.
  3. +1 to that cash and public places. I usually go to outside cafe's and just sit down with the person and exchange over the table.
  4. bobochez said:
    +1 to that cash and public places. I usually go to outside cafe's and just sit down with the person and exchange over the table.



    i prefer a dark alley and exchange under sniper surveillance

    in all seriousness, to avoid a scam on this forum you would probably like to try Ebay or said public meeting place.
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