- Jan 18, 2018
I recently got a lot of flak at work for "trading up" my graphics cards. It started last summer, when I sold my 1070 for the price of an open box 1080ti, then a few weeks ago, when I sold the said 1080ti and got a titan xp. Essentially, my coworkers think that instead of reselling gpus at the inflated prices to miners, gamers should sell them at or below MSRP, to other gamers. I feel like that would be charitable, and commendable, but it is really "bad morals" or greedy to take advantage of the market?