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Don't beat yourself up too much. Depending upon where you could've sold that 1080... fees and shipping would have added to that delta cost. A...
Agreed, you could try. Best start shopping for a 1080Ti as your backup plan.
There's an address on the website. phone number too.
I don't follow. Is there something wrong with the items in that link?
Just register the card at evga.com
You will need a receipt to upload.
Used 1080? $530-$380+fees and shipping.
Congrats, you broke the seal! Good luck with the card.
No surprise. Plenty of them in stock around the web as well. I remember how long it took to get a 1080 at release. Ridiculously popular......
Took the slow boat over from Asia.
If normal = today's MSRP of FE and AIB MSRP's, then no.
If normal = actual starting MSRP's, then yes for the 2080 Ti, and no for the 2080.
Maybe they're delivering a hand-written apology?
Buying used, regardless of the prior use, is always a risk. Buy something with a warranty.
^ ridiculous. Sorry man.
Yep, I predict a mass cancellation of 2080 pre-orders... depending upon which review you look at, it's on par or a hair higher perf 1080Ti->2080....
Thanks for the laugh ^
750Ti was a good card with excellent power efficiency. Built at least one PC with it and that gamer used it all the way up to upgrading to a 1060...
Hopefully it's now a better experience in Doom III
Overclock CPU to 4.4 GHz or so, replace that 760 with a 1070. Fall back plan is 1060 6GB to save a few $....
this one ^
Not surprised that images and graphs from nvidia have ambiguous and dissimilar settings between old and new. Pretty much anything they have...
OK, go for the 8600K combo for $25 more than the 8400.
I'm still on a i7 2600K OC to 4.5GHz since new in 2011 and have no issue @1080p. It hasn't given me a reason to upgrade yet. Ran a 1060...
What if, hypothetically, these older effects were just turned off to show a more dramatic difference? Again, up to the developer... but without...
Guess I misread it. Even better deal then.
It should be fine on a 6750
You got a great deal on that refurb 1080.
Good deal. Where did you find it?
You inspired me to dig through my parts and I found both a GT430 1GB and an 8600GT 512MB. Tried doing a quick...
Not seeing it
Nice ninja edit. The 2070 release is not in stone. Rumor is mid to late Oct - early Nov.
The plan is brilliant, but by no means a new one. Bring out inflated prices, savvy buyers compare 'value' using relative price/performance, old...
Yeah, the 440 should be good up to a point. Older driver will still support it. Newer driver should cover the 700 series still.
The GT 730 will be significantly faster. Look for the Fermi version with 96 CUDA cores (pixel pipelines), basically a rebadged GT 630 / GT 430....
By default, the fan won't spin at idle until the card is loaded. Precision will start fans at idle unless you use auto control and change it on...
No, and yes
This is my thinking as well. Based on the past demand it was likely a greater portion of disabling the same (functional) ROPs and memory...
I'm a fan of Gigabyte motherboards. Have built many PC's with them. MSI and ASUS too. Won't buy motherboards from EVGA though. 2 for 2...
Either way, it's bad info. Maybe they will send u a backplate and all is well.