SellGPU will buy your old graphics card

SellGPU will buy your old graphics card

No matter what you are – a gamer or just an ordinary PC user, chances are you face the problem of e-waste. You cannot simply dump your old tablet, smartphone or PC inside the trash can on your street and we doubt there’s anyone eager to buy your processor that is 7 years old. So what do you do then? Well, there’s hope – a company called SellGPU will help you – at least when it comes to your old video card.

It turns out that SellGPU buys old video cards. The only requirement is that the video card must be functional. So here’s how it works – you must contact SellGPU with the intention to sell your old video card. The company will then send you a free anti-static foam box and a prepaid shipping label with which you can send the video card to the company. After SellGPU receives your old graphics card, it will then be tested. If it works fine, you will get some cash, if it doesn’t, SellGPU will then return the card to you at no cost. Besides that SellGPU does not purchase old video cards for pocket change – for instance the company gives up to USD 92 for a GeForce GTX 960 video card, up to USD 158 for a GTX 970 and up to USD 212 for a GTX 980 graphics card.

It is unclear in which countries SellGPU operates so for more details you are advised to visit www.sellgpu.com.

Source: SellGPU

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