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FS: 2 GTX 960 4GB, $130 Each


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Hello fellow editors. Selling my GTX 960 SSC 4GB cards that I had in SLI. Upgraded my GPU so I don't need them anymore, pricing them to move. These can handle 4K editing from Sony and Panasonic consumer cameras.

Shipping included for U.S. lower 48 states.

Buy both for $225

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