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Classifieds / Re: Glorius D Gaming mouse
« on: February 08, 2020, 10:51:04 pm »
Amazon ships to Sri Lanka and I got one down for 55$ including shipping.

How ? Mouse itself is 80$ right

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Classifieds / Re: [SELLING] Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury mouse
« on: December 28, 2019, 04:01:20 pm »
Pm me your offer

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Classifieds / Re: Buying a Logitech g402
« on: December 27, 2019, 04:31:35 pm »
https://eglobe.lk/product/logitech-g402-hyperion-fury-mouse/

This is a good option,ask for a small discount  (Y) since the brand new one goes for this price,dont get a used mouse  (N)

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Classifieds / [Buying] Air cooler [Socket LGA 1150]
« on: December 06, 2019, 07:37:47 pm »
Hit me up with your offers, im running a bit high on idle temps and okayish temps on load,so if you have an air cooler just let me know  :)

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Classifieds / Re: [SELLING] SAPPHIRE NITRO+ RX 5700 XT GPU
« on: December 06, 2019, 07:13:04 am »
This is so disapponting to hear. Community forums offer transparency in a sale because the community gets to weigh in about their concern.....

I didn't mean to be offensive and yes i do understand the concept of community helping out people with purchases, I'm just saying in a previous thread about a deathadder also, people went on and on about the price,and as this is a community forum, people who browse classifieds over here do have a bit knowledge over the average joe...also us arguing over one thread just gives a disadvantage to the other thread owners since this gets bumped all the time ,lets just all stop this at this point shall we. No hate  (Y)

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Classifieds / Re: [SELLING] SAPPHIRE NITRO+ RX 5700 XT GPU
« on: December 06, 2019, 01:26:50 am »
People have their different opinions on everything but jumping onto other people threads and ruining a potential sale for them is really unacceptable,saw it happen in many threads in the past few weeks..

If you are not buying or interested in a certain product,dont post your concerns and opinions all over the place.

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please mention your mobile number :)

Sent you a whatsapp  :)

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Please mention the price .. i would like to buy the both red

Rs 1200 for the jetflow and 800 for the normal  :)

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Classifieds / [Sold]
« on: December 01, 2019, 11:42:49 pm »
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Classifieds / Re: [SELLING] Gigabyte GTX 980 4GB
« on: December 01, 2019, 08:37:45 am »
Where are you from

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Classifieds / Re: [Help] AliExpress graphics cards
« on: November 29, 2019, 06:42:20 pm »
Thought I'd let this topic pass but maybe my 2 cents would help. I've gotten multiple expensive ($200 - 400) electronics items off AliExpress and is my preferred place over eBay for a couple of years now.
So, to add to what Alucard mentioned above -
I believe ALL sellers on AliExpress are 3rd party stores / individuals but customer support is handles by AE themselves. Customer support has been the best experience I have ever had so far on marketplaces similar to that of Amazon, just not with the sellers who sold the item in particular but directly with AE.
RMA for used items, well that literally doesn't exist so if it gives up the ghost in a few months, too bad. So whatever testing you have to do, throw everything at it as soon as you get the item and make sure it doesn't act funny. Always be sure to take photos and videos of everything you do from the moment you receive the box, like a YouTube unboxing video.
Knock off's and scams, yes totally possible so be careful and read the full description. AliExpress immediately bans any seller sending a fake/knock off item and also not give them any money from such items, so these sellers have to include the actual specs somewhere in the description. If they haven't and you receive a different item, you will immediately get a refund from AE. If they've atleast mentioned it in fine print somewhere on the listing, and point that out during the dispute, you'll lose it.

All the expensive electronic items I've bought off AE were brand new sealed items, and every single one has worked flawlessly thus far. Even a not expensive Mi Band 2 which I bought 3 years ago, which was apparently not working when I first got it (instructions were in Chinese, I'd not "initialized" it or something as I was the first to take it out of the sealed box 🤦🏻‍♂️) was refunded immediately when I raised a dispute. A month or so later I was playing around with it and had accidentally pressed the touch button in some sequence and it booted up just fine. Felt bad the seller didn't get money but figured they're insured anyway.

As for GPU's used for mining, I'll leave that up for personal preference. Any silicon die used even under full load for extended periods of time under default voltages with good cooling, will be fine. Anything abused, overvolted, overheated, run in dusty places with short circuits will not be in great shape, probably fail at stock settings on full load so somewhat easy to check. Any proper miner would have undervolted as they were more efficient that way and never harms the silicon, and kept the cards as cool as possible to prevent any memory errors from ruining their output.
Couple of these videos should help out with that decision 🙂
https://www.google.com/search?q=mined+vs+non+mined+card&source=lmns&tbm=vid&bih=583&biw=400&prmd=inv&hl=en-US&ved=2ahUKEwj9isLDuY_mAhUH1o8KHV8aDX8Q_AUoA3oECAAQBg#ip=1

Brand new cards from decent brands like Maxsun, Yeston are there for very good prices with free or very low shipping from AE. Sapphire, XFX are there as used cards. All big 3 (Asus, MSI, Gigabyte) items are too expensive.

Since (Falcon) you're looking to spend below 40K, even though Amazon is superb and has great deals, shipping + taxes don't really reduce a lot when buyer cheaper cards so makes the overall deal not that great. But Amazon means there's absolutely no hassle, you'll get it to your door in less than a week and they've got your back in case of DOA or any other issues. AE will send through cheap postal services, may come to your door, may get held up at the post office if they think it's too big to deliver by regular postman on his "push cycle" or even at the mail exchange if they think it needs to be taxed (otherwise you'll pay no taxes, I've not paid any tax on a single item so far through AE since they mark even a $400 phone with a large box as a $50 MP4 player), and will take 2-4 weeks normally.

This really helped buddy , thanks :bye:

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Classifieds / Re: [Help] AliExpress graphics cards
« on: November 29, 2019, 06:25:18 pm »
Most sellers on Ali are 3rd party sellers. Like ebay. So customer support, RMA would be quite the hassle.
It's chinese, so knock offs & scams are to be expected.
Most 2nd hand cheap GPUs on ali, ebay are heavily run down like used for mining & shit.
And today is black friday & you can find a decent GPU on sale on Amazon which has great customer support in my experience. You can get it delievered to your doorstep within 4,5 days.

And also in my experience, Ali sellers care more about getting a 5 star rating asap the product is sold than providing good aftersales services to the customer.
Also ali shipping is a problem too although I haven't ordered pricey electronics products from ali so can't confirm it.

All this doesn't mean it's bad. It's just if I'm paying $100/200+ I'd like a bit more guarantee & saftey for my products.

Amazon do have some nice deals,but almost 50$ for shipping just ruins it  (N)

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Classifieds / Re: [Help] AliExpress graphics cards
« on: November 29, 2019, 10:17:07 am »
Well..They seems fine. BTW I bought an AMD Ryzen 2600 from Ali Express which came within 3 weeks

Did it come to your house ? or did you have any issues with the postal service

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Classifieds / [Help] AliExpress graphics cards
« on: November 29, 2019, 07:52:13 am »
Has anyone here brought a graphics card from AliExpress ? Seems pretty cheap with shipping  :D

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