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2010/04/30 22:40:05 (permalink)
The reason why I'm asking is because I can still return this 5870 and get the GTX 480 off of craigslist for $400 brand new still wrapped. It is the EVGA superclocked GTX 480. Should I do it? And BTW, do I still get the full lifetime warranty on the card? He still has the reciept
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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/04/30 22:49:20 (permalink)
I've experienced both and prefer the 480.  If the person you are buying from purchased the card less than 30 days ago and has yet to register it on EVGA, I'd purchase the card from him, get the receipt, then register it ASAP.

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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/04/30 22:50:58 (permalink)
imho probably not. unless the receipt is guaranteed. if no receipt. back out.

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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/04/30 22:54:09 (permalink)
If you can get the GTX480 for only $400 then why not? The main problem with the GTX480 is it's cost don't justify the performance gain over a HD5870 at retail prices. But at $400 it's worth it.

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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/04/30 22:56:24 (permalink)
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If you can get the GTX480 for only $400 then why not? The main problem with the GTX480 is it's cost don't justify the performance gain over a HD5870 at retail prices. But at $400 it's worth it.


I'm just afraid that I can't register it and its dead
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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/04/30 23:00:16 (permalink)
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If you can get the GTX480 for only $400 then why not? The main problem with the GTX480 is it's cost don't justify the performance gain over a HD5870 at retail prices. But at $400 it's worth it.


I'm just afraid that I can't register it and its dead




If he has the receipt, purchased the card "retail" less than 30 days ago "and" has not registered it yet, you don't have anything to worry about.  If you don't get the receipt, or he purchased it more than 30 days ago and didn't register it yet, don't buy it.  It is as simple as that.

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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/04/30 23:53:12 (permalink)
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The reason why I'm asking is because I can still return this 5870 and get the GTX 480 off of craigslist for $400 brand new still wrapped. It is the EVGA superclocked GTX 480. Should I do it? And BTW, do I still get the full lifetime warranty on the card? He still has the reciept


U sure it's $400 and not $530?

 
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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/04/30 23:59:20 (permalink)
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The reason why I'm asking is because I can still return this 5870 and get the GTX 480 off of craigslist for $400 brand new still wrapped. It is the EVGA superclocked GTX 480. Should I do it? And BTW, do I still get the full lifetime warranty on the card? He still has the reciept


U sure it's $400 and not $530?


Ya hes asking $400 for it brand new with the wrappings around it. I haven't asked him when he purchased and all the other stuff yet. Hopefully he hasn't but we'll see
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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/05/01 02:09:05 (permalink)
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If you can get the GTX480 for only $400 then why not? The main problem with the GTX480 is it's cost don't justify the performance gain over a HD5870 at retail prices. But at $400 it's worth it.


Gotta agree with this.

 
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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/05/01 02:21:41 (permalink)
Why are people telling him its fine if he gets the receipt and the person has not registered it?

EVGA makes it pretty plain the warranty is void for any cards bought of Craigslist, EBay etc.  I am pretty sure just about anyone on EBay or Craiglist who has a new 400 could produce the original receipt if you asked them

link to wararnty thread giving detials
http://forums.evga.com/tm.aspx?m=160

The receipt wont be in this persons name nor will it have his address, dont EVGA check the Invoice and make sure the person registering it is the person who bought it originally?

Have any of you promoting this course of action ever been able to pull one over on EVGA by getting the original receipt?  EVGA's warranty is non-transferable, regardless of whether its registered or not, registering the card doesnt let you claim the warranty all it does is increases the length of your warranty.  Buying a card from someone else who originally bought it is transferring the warranty to another person, which EVGA doesnt do.
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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/05/01 13:21:25 (permalink)
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Why are people telling him its fine if he gets the receipt and the person has not registered it?

EVGA makes it pretty plain the warranty is void for any cards bought of Craigslist, EBay etc.  I am pretty sure just about anyone on EBay or Craiglist who has a new 400 could produce the original receipt if you asked them

link to wararnty thread giving detials
http://forums.evga.com/tm.aspx?m=160

The receipt wont be in this persons name nor will it have his address, dont EVGA check the Invoice and make sure the person registering it is the person who bought it originally?

Have any of you promoting this course of action ever been able to pull one over on EVGA by getting the original receipt?  EVGA's warranty is non-transferable, regardless of whether its registered or not, registering the card doesnt let you claim the warranty all it does is increases the length of your warranty.  Buying a card from someone else who originally bought it is transferring the warranty to another person, which EVGA doesnt do.



Do not people buy cards for other people as gifts?  Do not people pay cash in retail stores for the cards which would obviously yield no name nor number on the receipt?  You could just say the card was given to you as a gift.  Who has to say anything about Craigslist?  You just have to put in where the card was bought at and on what date when you register the card.  It does "not" ask you for your name nor the person's name who bought the card.

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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/05/01 13:35:30 (permalink)
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Moltenlava

Why are people telling him its fine if he gets the receipt and the person has not registered it?

EVGA makes it pretty plain the warranty is void for any cards bought of Craigslist, EBay etc.  I am pretty sure just about anyone on EBay or Craiglist who has a new 400 could produce the original receipt if you asked them

link to wararnty thread giving detials
http://forums.evga.com/tm.aspx?m=160

The receipt wont be in this persons name nor will it have his address, dont EVGA check the Invoice and make sure the person registering it is the person who bought it originally?

Have any of you promoting this course of action ever been able to pull one over on EVGA by getting the original receipt?  EVGA's warranty is non-transferable, regardless of whether its registered or not, registering the card doesnt let you claim the warranty all it does is increases the length of your warranty.  Buying a card from someone else who originally bought it is transferring the warranty to another person, which EVGA doesnt do.



Do not people buy cards for other people as gifts?  Do not people pay cash in retail stores for the cards which would obviously yield no name nor number on the receipt?  You could just say the card was given to you as a gift.  Who has to say anything about Craigslist?  You just have to put in where the card was bought at and on what date when you register the card.  It does "not" ask you for your name nor the person's name who bought the card.


The receipt/invoice must be from an approved vendor. End of story.

EVGA only warranties items which are sold by authorized sellers, retailers, and distributors.  These warranties are only good for the original owner of the product, i.e. the name on the original receipt.  EVGA will not warranty items that are purchased second-hand.   This is still true even if the card or packaging is sealed, wrapped, or appears never used in any way.

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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/05/01 13:39:53 (permalink)
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The reason why I'm asking is because I can still return this 5870 and get the GTX 480 off of craigslist for $400 brand new still wrapped. It is the EVGA superclocked GTX 480. Should I do it? And BTW, do I still get the full lifetime warranty on the card? He still has the reciept



I'd say personally this looks like a rip-off waiting to happen. There is no way in hell someone is going to sell a brand new in the box card for well over a hundred dollars less than current retail. That is what I think.


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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/05/01 13:46:00 (permalink)
This sounds too good to be true.


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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/05/01 20:06:14 (permalink)
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The reason why I'm asking is because I can still return this 5870 and get the GTX 480 off of craigslist for $400 brand new still wrapped. It is the EVGA superclocked GTX 480. Should I do it? And BTW, do I still get the full lifetime warranty on the card? He still has the reciept



I'd say personally this looks like a rip-off waiting to happen. There is no way in hell someone is going to sell a brand new in the box card for well over a hundred dollars less than current retail. That is what I think.


Ya, I think its a little fishy that he's selling it BRAND NEW for $400. I'm meeting him Monday morning so I'm gonna check it out before I buy it
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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/05/01 20:16:58 (permalink)
good things your doing this transaction in person.

 
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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/05/01 21:04:56 (permalink)
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This sounds too good to be true.


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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/05/03 22:17:35 (permalink)
http://img88.imageshack.us/i/img0010o.jpg/

Well, I took it off his hands today. Like He promised, it was sealed, Brand New and never opened. He didn't give me a receipt but he said he'd happily RMA it if I ever needed.
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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/05/03 22:26:17 (permalink)
stolen goods IMO, why not try and register the serial number?
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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/05/03 22:30:20 (permalink)
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Idk whats the deal with him but when I met with him, he showed me his trunk and to my astonishment, I saw 4 I7 980x CPU's sealed. I was like damn bro, what are you gonna do with those?! He's like well, I'm selling them $700 a piece. Wished I had more cash so I could have picked up an 980x for $700...

Forgive me for being suspicious but that sounds a lot like stolen merchandise hahaha. My friend's dad owned an enterprise/server hard drive reselling business and one of his workers stole a whole plate and tried to sell them through craigslist but eventually got caught.
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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/05/03 22:47:49 (permalink)
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You guys gonna get busted by the internet police hahaha.


Well, That's one of the reasons why I didn't open this thing yet
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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/05/03 23:01:27 (permalink)
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You guys gonna get busted by the internet police hahaha.


Well, That's one of the reasons why I didn't open this thing yet

In all seriousness, if those products really are stolen from a retail store or a distribution warehouse, then chances are the serial numbers that were once in the inventory database COULD be sent to EVGA/Intel if the warehouse wants to investigate it. Meaning that when a person registers his product (EVGA) or asks for warranty (Intel), that person information might be forwarded by the companies to an investigator of sorts (private or official police). Then they'll find out from you who sold you the products. At least that's what my friend's dad did to find out who stole his hard drives.

But then again it's probably nothing .
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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/05/03 23:08:33 (permalink) ☄ Helpful
Well  don't go smoking a blunt or something. You might get paranoid and throw it in a dumpster somewhere.  Besides, without a receipt it's pointless to register it any way.



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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/05/04 02:17:18 (permalink)
Why risk the headache over a few fps? Not worth it man. Just buy another 5870 for around the same amount and call it a day.
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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/05/04 02:21:09 (permalink)
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http://img88.imageshack.us/i/img0010o.jpg/

Well, I took it off his hands today. Like He promised, it was sealed, Brand New and never opened. He didn't give me a receipt but he said he'd happily RMA it if I ever needed.

Damn thief. I sure as hell wouldn't have taken it on principle alone.
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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/05/04 04:26:42 (permalink)
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Nice you got a great deal, he must be rich and doesn't care.


Idk whats the deal with him but when I met with him, he showed me his trunk and to my astonishment, I saw 4 I7 980x CPU's sealed. I was like damn bro, what are you gonna do with those?! He's like well, I'm selling them $700 a piece. Wished I had more cash so I could have picked up an 980x for $700...


No wonder he dont have receits :D

Stolen stuff, or very bad business man. You can choose.

PS: Remember, stolen stuff dont have warranty.


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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/05/04 05:29:55 (permalink)
Hey Jordan, plug it in, and register it man!

Nah, I wouldn't worry about registering it. What's done is done.  Congrats on finding a good deal. Enjoy your new gpu! 

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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/05/04 16:05:24 (permalink)
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Hey Jordan, plug it in, and register it man!

Nah, I wouldn't worry about registering it. What's done is done.  Congrats on finding a good deal. Enjoy your new gpu! 


Ya, I opened it this morning and plugged it in just now. Everyone works flawless! but this thing is no joke when it comes to heat! After a minute of installing it, I was curious about the heat produced so I touched the heatsink and boy was it hot! I'll register it once I get finished playing with this bad boy!
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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/05/04 16:54:29 (permalink)
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Hey Jordan, plug it in, and register it man!

Nah, I wouldn't worry about registering it. What's done is done.  Congrats on finding a good deal. Enjoy your new gpu! 


Ya, I opened it this morning and plugged it in just now. Everyone works flawless! but this thing is no joke when it comes to heat! After a minute of installing it, I was curious about the heat produced so I touched the heatsink and boy was it hot! I'll register it once I get finished playing with this bad boy!



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Re:5870 to GTX 480 worth it? 2010/05/04 17:30:02 (permalink)
Nice deal...though it does indeed sound stolen, or at least possibly (more so with those x980's)

Personally once I seen the CPU's, the number of them, at that price, in the trunk of his car I wouldn't have made the deal. If they are stole and you do get caught best case is a lot of hassle, worst is you can get busted for possession of stolen property which can get pretty serious weather or not you can prove you didn't know (depends on the judge/cop and if thhe had a bad day)

Still nice score.
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