Usable life = average 3-4 year span before these become largely unusable. If I was limping by with a June 2015 980ti right now I'd want the next generation card in order to play the next battlefield game. You'd have to believe 1080ti's will be relevant into 2020 and "paid off" by then if mining...
It's really not hard to do your taxes correctly and depreciate assets. Talk to anyone with multiple rental properties. Turbotax/h&r should create a CRYPTO deluxe version for next year's tax season. If you're making $2000+ a month, it's not a hobby.
I would buy anything I needed at a reasonable price. You can still get an $8XX 1080ti from amazon or evga if you put forth a little effort.
I'm of the opinion that Nvidia recently decided just to refresh their current lineup with ddr6 and may not ship anything until summer.
Third. I'm excited by the changes with mainstream hardware. Common 94%+ psu's, less junk with 900w stickers. There's a lot to be excited for in the rendering world and I think people who are upset should go play with their xbox.
I took my first pill today and it is as advertised. I didn't eat a goddamn thing, lol. I'm surprised this forum was like the 5th hit on google, but since I post here a lot, i figured i'd throw my experience in.
Hey guys I just installed Vista Ultiate 64 bit and over 30GB of my hard drive is taken up.
Does this have something to do with the fact that I had 2x hard drives connected when I installed vista? I have only installed a few programs like device drivers/managers.
I moved from 1x 18GB...