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1 year ago#1
http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_trksid=p2050601.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.Xhd+7950&_nkw=hd+7950&_sacat=0&_from=R40

Wow what's going on? Might as well get a 280x new.
1 year ago#2
The insane explosion of the price of Bitcoin is the cause. People are trying to cash in on it by buying AMD video cards, the stock of which is dwindling, driving prices farther up.
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1 year ago#3
I got a used 7950 for $200 last week. Gonna hold on to that baby :D
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1 year ago#4
Glad I got my 7970 a week before Thanksgiving for $240. Now can you not only not find them, but the prices are way inflated.
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1 year ago#5
Thundar posted...
Glad I got my 7970 a week before Thanksgiving for $240. Now can you not only not find them, but the prices are way inflated.


Sell it to some moron with dreams of grandeur twinkling in his eyes for $460 and buy yourself a better card than that.
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1 year ago#6
I tried to cash in, but no one bid on my 7950 at $345. Oh well.
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1 year ago#7
bluezero posted...
I tried to cash in, but no one bid on my 7950 at $345. Oh well.


Same here.. got greedy with $385 as a starter.. but I really didn't want it to be sold for any lower or my margin vs what I bought would have been a sliver.

I was a little anxious the whole auction anyway.. I think I'd rather keep it.
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1 year ago#8
FonixWerks posted...
bluezero posted...
I tried to cash in, but no one bid on my 7950 at $345. Oh well.


Same here.. got greedy with $385 as a starter.. but I really didn't want it to be sold for any lower or my margin vs what I bought would have been a sliver.

I was a little anxious the whole auction anyway.. I think I'd rather keep it.


You can do a buy it now listing instead of an auction.
1 year ago#9
mikewu1 posted...
FonixWerks posted...
bluezero posted...
I tried to cash in, but no one bid on my 7950 at $345. Oh well.


Same here.. got greedy with $385 as a starter.. but I really didn't want it to be sold for any lower or my margin vs what I bought would have been a sliver.

I was a little anxious the whole auction anyway.. I think I'd rather keep it.


You can do a buy it now listing instead of an auction.


Yea, I had a buy it now price with it also, but that was like $405 or something.. In the process I learned I wasn't ready to part with it =p
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