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Discussion in 'HardForum Tech News' started by FrgMstr, Jan 4, 2018.
I guess I'm going to ride my $449 1080 for a long time.
So I'm confused. I didn't post that. How did you quote me saying that?
I got a 580 for $250 from the egg during black friday sale, with the intent of picking up another with gift cards I received for christmas. Hell, that same card is going for $500 now.
I timed it just right and swapped 2x 290X and 2x 390 for 4x 1080 for very little out of pocket.
Between mining, and crazy a*s DDR4 prices, I'll be holding on to my existing hardware for a good long while.
EVERYWHERE? ... not so much. Try Newegg ... MSI 3-fan cooler GTX 1080 Ti currently posted there for $750
Time to up sale & get what you really want
Thing is though, Volta is going to have limited stock at launch & sell out the first day. Then after a month or so when stock is available prices are going to skyrocket again.
"Thing is though, Volta is going to have limited stock at launch & sell out the first day. Then after a month or so when stock is available prices are going to skyrocket again."
In most releases, yes limited stock.
This one has been milked so long though, I really dont expect stock issues.
To make the most cash Nvidia will release the 2080 first, at a price point that is beyond what most gamers are willing to pay ($650). And after the nipple has been milked enough they will let the 2070 release, for $500 or $550 (Welcome to the new midrange).
Prices of components has gotten crazy over all. My 750ti does what I need it to for the most part but maybe I should grab a 1050ti before they are all gone too.
I had no plans on upgrading my GTX 1070 until Volta anyway so I'm fine with it...I should probably sell my GTX 970 now to some thirsty mining folks
And I will continue to not buy one of them.
I wanted a vega 56, which is also priced ridiculously high. This 580 at 1500/2225 does a decent job for now.
Was under the impression it's on it's way out for the home miner. Unless you get free electricity or something, no?
Well look on the bright side, at least Nintendo isn’t the one making video cards.
It’s more profitable than ever right now.