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    *Price Check* - Sapphire 9700np

    Sapphire Atlantis Radeon 9700 non pro, black pcb.

    How much would this fetch?

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    You'd be looking at around £130-140 I would imagine. Of course that's presuming you have the box and everything, and it's all in gwo .

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    With 9800 Pro's available now for £175 you would be unlikely to get that from anyone who has a clue.
    More like £100-120 - of course on eBay you sometimes see people paying well over what something is worth.

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    i have the same card. due to the cores being basicly exactly the same as 9800pros, just without a few tweaks, with a decent cooler (same one as 9800pros use maybe?) and vmod to 1.7 (what 9800pros use - note i got to 405mhz on 1.48v) or slightly higher, the core will goto 450mhz giving 9800pro performance easly with the mem which should reach 325

    the point in this post being, if your selling to get a better card, theres not much point till the r420's come out, and then they'll be expensive! if your selling for a slower card, then a bit of clocking might get you some more £££
    thats not bad for a card released a year ago! im guessing...
    uber clocked card 9800pro perf, with box, exelect condition, without any dust -- £160 inc
    with box, exelect condition, without any dust - £140 inc
    with box, exelect condition with dist £130 inc
    without box/extras, card = works, few cm of dust, £120 inc

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    Depends what RAM it has...

    Sammy 2.86ns = £135
    Infineon 3.0ns = £120
    Infineon 3.3ns = £110

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    def. have a go at selling it on ebay, people who buy on there don't usually know what RAM is, let alone the type and speed.

    i sold a ti4200 on ebay a while back and got more than what i paid for it brand new, lol.

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