FS: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080Ti FE

Dan_D

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SALE PENDING!

NVIDIA reference GTX 1080Ti Founder's Edition graphics card for sale. $420 shipped (Firm). CONUS only. Card is used, but in excellent, working condition with the original box and package contents.


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Payment Terms: Paypal / Money Order Only

No trades.

PM Me with questions.
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Burticus

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Miner card? Also I wonder who actually makes the "nvidia" brand cards?
 

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Hell no. This was in my personal machine. I am the original owner. As for the second question, its a reference card. Its most likely built by Foxconn or Flextronics. It was made with all the other reference cards.
Cool thanks for the reply!

I dunno I'm kinda on the fence between this and the 2 Titan x's in SLI... I know single card 1080ti wins but.... Titans....

I had a different guy down to 450 for an evga 1080ti still had warranty box etc. But then my genius ass bought a defective 2070 and had to wait forever for refunds to clear etc.

hmmmmmmmmm

free bump anyway!
 

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Cool thanks for the reply!

I dunno I'm kinda on the fence between this and the 2 Titan x's in SLI... I know single card 1080ti wins but.... Titans....

I had a different guy down to 450 for an evga 1080ti still had warranty box etc. But then my genius ass bought a defective 2070 and had to wait forever for refunds to clear etc.

hmmmmmmmmm

free bump anyway!
Well, I do have a matched pair of Maxwell Titan X's as well.
 

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I honestly hadn't considered it. I'm not even sure what they are worth off hand.
Kyle sold his for $200. At $250 they weren't moving, but the moment he went to $200 they vanished in an instant (I was too slow to nab them). Fire sale prices.

Honestly I think $200 range for a 5 year old 980ti+ equivalent card is fair.
 

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Kyle sold his for $200. At $250 they weren't moving, but the moment he went to $200 they vanished in an instant (I was too slow to nab them). Fire sale prices.

Honestly I think $200 range for a 5 year old 980ti+ equivalent card is fair.
Yeah, that sounds fair.
 

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Not a big deal.

Price drop and bump.
 
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