RTX 2080ti Fe for $1079 free shipping

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  1. bufodr_T

    bufodr_T [H]ardness Supreme

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  2. Jasonx82

    Jasonx82 [H]ardness Supreme

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    i dont see these prices you listed. ? is this with a coupon?
     
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    bufodr_T [H]ardness Supreme

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    You may have to be signed in. Once you are an apply myOffer box should be there. Select it and the price should show 1079
     

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    Jasonx82 [H]ardness Supreme

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    yikes i am signed in. no deal
    maybe it was targeded for you.

    it maybe targeted for you, I'm elite plus and i dont show that option.
     
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    Dan_D [H]ardOCP Motherboard Editor

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    Microcenter has EVGA reference cards for $1,069 regular price.
     
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    bufodr_T [H]ardness Supreme

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    Lol . WIsh there was a microcenter close by. Not one anywhere in KY. The closest one is a 2.5 hour drive away from me.
     
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    Jasonx82 [H]ardness Supreme

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    the 1069 evga 2080ti is not a 300a card. if that matters =P
     
  9. Truthbringer

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    Checked my offers and no 10% off Turing cards, but I got 20% off hairdryers... maybe i can convince them it can be used as one and should qualify :LOL:
     
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    magnetik Moderator Staff Member

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    Got mine there with a referral link (hit their forums and search signatures) to knock it down to $950.
     
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    QKSILVR73 Limp Gawd

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    still not worth it
     
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    True these cards are not close to worth $1000. The most a 2080 Ti should cost is $700. These video cards are going the same direction as smartphones where they are plateauing and software isn't demanding enough to warrant the cost of high end cards like the 2080 Ti.
     
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    The market says otherwise. What something should and shouldn't cost is determined by the market.
     
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    The market doesn't say otherwise. NVIDIA has had trouble selling Turing cards.
     
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    odditory [H]ardness Supreme

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    Citation needed.

    Actual trouble selling cards will be reflected only when prices fall, not before. This is how supply/demand works.
     
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    Nvidia doesn't seem to even listen to themselves, as they even admit it that people didn't fall for the price increase,

    Quote:
    "Kress noted that the new cards provide a "revolutionary leap in performance and innovation" over the products that came before, but NVIDIA's potential customers appear to be waiting for lower chip prices or more widespread implementation of the new technologies in actual games."

    Also they didn't even mention the cards are known to die, and no one even knows long term how these cards will fair.

    It's kind of sad that these days companies themselves can't even listen to themselves?

    I know there are lots of people that wouldn't touch even a TI for over $700, why they continue to ask the prices they do seems nuts.
     
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    Remember when a top end card used to cost $350?
     
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    I paid $200 for a Radeon 9800 and had to bite my tongue real hard to be able to hit the submit button.
     
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    Man, what a time to be alive! Almost $1100 dollars for a top tier graphics card??? Lol, I'm starting to feel old.
     
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