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what's a Gigabyte GTX 970 WIndforce 3X OC w/4GB be worth?

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its in excellent condition, but one of the fans failed so my friend replaced it and now it works perfectly.

this is the product page for reference:
 

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One of those is running in my daughter's PC currently and it still does pretty well at 1440p :)

ebay.ca seems to be a bit all over the place, ranging from low $100s to $400s. Current GPU pricing as we know is bonkers, so what it is "worth" is hard to say. Maybe I'm guessing off here, but maybe $250-300 CAD, being willing to drop a bit for an obo?

Others, certainly correct me here if I'm off. I don't sell a lot of used stuff.
 

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When last I looked, those were typically ~$200 on Vancouver C.L. A bit much for that vintage, BUT the market being what it is.....
A nib 1650 OC is about 250 new right now, and I think would be slightly faster than a 970. At $150-200 would be price/performance balanced I believe.

edit: looked it up, it's the other way around and the 970 is better. $200-250 is a better used cost to performance balance.
 

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A nib 1650 OC is about 250 new right now, and I think would be slightly faster than a 970. At $150-200 would be price/performance balanced I believe.

edit: looked it up, it's the other way around and the 970 is better. $200-250 is a better used cost to performance balance.

Ok, but by a significant amount, such that something that old would definitely negate "nib"? :unsure:
 

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A nib 1650 OC is about 250 new right now, and I think would be slightly faster than a 970. At $150-200 would be price/performance balanced I believe.

edit: looked it up, it's the other way around and the 970 is better. $200-250 is a better used cost to performance balance.

Any particular site you could point to? I ask, because the numbers on this site suggest they're REALLY close: 1650 vs. 970

And BTW, am just wondering where you find a nib 1650 OC for about 250?
 
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