Can someone please answer at least one
of my questions from my p.2 post?
Where does everyone suggest selling the 7700?
Where would we be able to get the best profit?
Is Ebay the way to go?
Sorry, just not experienced at selling used 'puters, so I'd really appreciate some advice from those who r experienced at it.
I want that 9890 soooooooo bad
(I just fear that noone's gonna want a DTR with an Nvidia 6xxx series Pcie card now that they have so many choices for brand new ones containing the 7800 card).
Honestly, this whole thing sucks. It's not like I'm an AW-hater; I've been thinking that my 7700 is the bomb ever since I got it - and that's even with my old DDR2 6800 go!
But what choice do we 7700 owners have when faced with such a bogus situation?
EVERY AW competitor has already released machines and/or upgrade paths with the new 7800 go. Sager even has release dates & pre-order dates for all 4 of their new notebooks + specific specs, etc.
That's the kind of organization the consumer wants to see! We wanna see that the company we're doling out our 4 grand to has their act together, at least - right?
And that's what sucks: we're not even hearing a WORD from AW about any plans concerning the 7800 go. And moreover, as someone mentioned in an earlier post, AW is no longer listed on the list of Nvidia launch partners.....
Do u think it's actually plausible that AW is no longer a launch partner for Nvidia?? I don't see any other reason that would explain why they're missing from Nvidia's partner list.
So, in conclusion, I started out as an avid AW fan, thinking of them as the cream o' the crop. But it's shit like this that can turn someone off completely. Not only do we have every major DTR manufacturer releasing 7800 go machines and posting specific info for upcoming plans for new machines while AW stays utterly silent; but, to top it off, Nvidia has eliminated AW from their launch partners list.
Before today, I was skeptical about those posts that stated that AW isn't gonna release the 7800 go, or that even if they do, the upgrade will cost us 7700 owners a new mobo......
But now, after seeing these hard facts, I'm beginning to get convinced that unless I sell this puppy, I'm not gonna know what it's like to use a 7800 go.
I love my 7700, but my performance drops are really beginning to show with each new game that comes out; and a machine like the 9750 is full of components that will no doubt be able to handle the most graphically-demanding, CPU&Memory-intensive shiat out there for years to come.
I hate to depart w/ my 7700, but I just don't see any other choice!
...Unless someone else can help me see something I can't see...