INNO3D GeForce GTX 1080 HerculeZ Twin X2 + Destiny 2 452.93 @ Box.co.uk
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INNO3D GeForce GTX 1080 HerculeZ Twin X2 + Destiny 2 452.93 @ Box.co.uk

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Found 16th Dec 2017
Cheapest GTX 1080 right now that I can find. Comes with a free copy of Destiny 2. Also has cashback available on Quidco or TopCashback.
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ab71321 m ago

What's the use of this?sorry not a nerd.


You plug it into your computer and it moves little dots about on the screen really really quickly
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Good job pointing out the cashback, I forget so much because I buy most stuff from Amazon but I've definitely missed out on alot of cashback other places

Anyway good deal, heat added.
What's the use of this?sorry not a nerd.
ab7133 m ago

What's the use of this?sorry not a nerd.


It render graphics very good.
ab71321 m ago

What's the use of this?sorry not a nerd.


You plug it into your computer and it moves little dots about on the screen really really quickly
Good deal if you can shift the destiny key! Do bear in mind that it's one code per customer and not card!
Can the Destiny key be applied to a different Nvidia accont do you think? Also what is the safest way to sell the code to a stranger? I've heard lots of bad feedback on selling these things on eBay such as refunds for codes that are claimed to be invalid by buyers.
Edited by: "K0smopolitan" 17th Dec 2017
K0smopolitan8 h, 55 m ago

Can the Destiny key be applied to a different Nvidia accont do you think? …Can the Destiny key be applied to a different Nvidia accont do you think? Also what is the safest way to sell the code to a stranger? I've heard lots of bad feedback on selling these things on eBay such as refunds for codes that are claimed to be invalid by buyers.


Personally, I would only recommend that you sell or trade any digital codes such as this via avforums' classified section.

Just bear in mind that as a new member, you will probably have to send the code prior to the buyer making the payment. I wouldn't worry though as you can see the other party's feedback before you commit to anything.
Edited by: "Dogpitt" 17th Dec 2017
Gotta agree with Dogpitt, do not sell codes on eBay. Refund scams are all over the place.
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