2 GeForce GTX 670s with SLI Bridge

Absalom

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You could make a valid argument that a GTX 670 has better raw performance than a $110 GTX 1050, but neither are considered great for anything but super casual gaming these days. If I were putting a HTPC together, I'd go for a 1050, hands down.

So unless someone is looking for another 670 to SLI, I doubt you're going to find too many eager buyers out there. I'd say sell a GTX 670 anywhere between $50 to $75. The faster you sell it, the better. Kepler is 3 generations old, mind you. I have a GTX 260 lying around that I should have sold years ago - now it isn't worth my time trying to sell.
 

AlexS10

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You could make a valid argument that a GTX 670 has better raw performance than a $110 GTX 1050, but neither are considered great for anything but super casual gaming these days. If I were putting a HTPC together, I'd go for a 1050, hands down.

So unless someone is looking for another 670 to SLI, I doubt you're going to find too many eager buyers out there. I'd say sell a GTX 670 anywhere between $50 to $75. The faster you sell it, the better. Kepler is 3 generations old, mind you. I have a GTX 260 lying around that I should have sold years ago - now it isn't worth my time trying to sell.

Interesting. I will keep that in mind and go for a much lower price. I really appreciate your help
 

Matthew Kane

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List it for $80-100 on ebay. They will sell for that amount if you don't mind waiting.
 
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