Happy I was to come home and find what I thought was the box containing my Asus GTX 670 DC2. Upon opening it, I realized there was no DC2 branding on the box, and at first I thought they sent me a stock 670. THEN I saw the "GTX 680" stamp! Turns out Newegg shipped me the wrong card. I received an open-box reference Asus 680. I uh... tested it out and it worked like a champ! I wanted to keep it. Won't lie. Their mistake, not my problem BUUUT at the advice of our resident Asus employee here at Bit-Tech, and my own dirty conscious, I contacted Newegg and I'm now in the process of returning this card and -hopefully- getting my 670 DC2. I'll just keep telling myself that I can OC the 670 to >680 speeds, run cooler and quieter. Besides, if this 680 is an open box return from someone else... surely there must be something wrong with it? Oh well. It was lucky fun but I gotta do the right thing. I did keep it long enough to run some benchmarks 90FPS AVG BF3 Ultra Op Metro 64p 1920x1080. Went from 4400 to OVER 9000! in 3DMark 11. Near about doubled my Heaven score, ran City of Heroes at full Ultra Settings no problem. So what would you guys have done? Kept it or exchanged for what you originally ordered?