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Evga rtx 3080ti Ryzen 5800x combo $2,358

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[Canada Computers] Evga rtx 3080ti Ryzen 5800x combo $2,358

With such low stocks everywhere this seems like the best option right now. Hot only because it's tough to find. Msrp for Evga 3080ti is 1899$. Pretty happy about the result ;) even if the 3080 is a better bang for your buck.
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redflagdealsguy wrote: This is more than the entire 3080 TI Dell pre-built.
Dell doesn't have any 3080 Ti pre-builts atm.
If you're referring to the other thread with the 3080, the 3080 vs 3080 Ti price difference is like 600CAD just between the reference/founder MSRP models.
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Expliciate wrote: Dell doesn't have any 3080 Ti pre-builts atm.
If you're referring to the other thread with the 3080, the 3080 vs 3080 Ti price difference is like 600CAD just between the reference/founder MSRP models.
You missed some action, that's alright, check out my 3080 thread in expired for more details.

Careful with your assumptions, friend.
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Expliciate wrote: Dell doesn't have any 3080 Ti pre-builts atm.
If you're referring to the other thread with the 3080, the 3080 vs 3080 Ti price difference is like 600CAD just between the reference/founder MSRP models.
The 3080TI has about a 10% advantage over the 3080 in performance! I agree with "redflagdealsguy" and this is more than the entire 3080 TI Dell pre-built.
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redflagdealsguy wrote: You missed some action, that's alright, check out my 3080 thread in expired for more details.

Careful with your assumptions, friend.
The guy is not wrong. He said "atm", meaning "at the moment", and you're pointing him to expired deals lol.
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Future Shop Employee wrote: They guy is not wrong. He said "atm", meaning "at the moment", and you're pointing him to expired deals lol.
You have the greatest username I've seen in a while.

Clearly created in earnest in 2004.

Carry on.
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redflagdealsguy wrote: You have the greatest username I've seen in a while.

Clearly created in earnest in 2004.

Carry on.
Once a Future Shop Employee, always a Future Shop Employee. ;)
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redflagdealsguy wrote: You missed some action, that's alright, check out my 3080 thread in expired for more details.

Careful with your assumptions, friend.
I followed your thread and even tried to buy it but missed the deal. As for the dell prebuilt with the 3080 at 2294$ i prefer the Canada computer bundle so that i can use another case with better airflow.
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redflagdealsguy wrote: You missed some action, that's alright, check out my 3080 thread in expired for more details.

Careful with your assumptions, friend.
It was clearly a price error. Nothing to discuss here....
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Future Shop Employee wrote: Once a Future Shop Employee, always a Future Shop Employee. ;)
broooo!!! were you still employed when bestbuy closed it down? i gave them my resig like 1 week before the announcement lol.
I have absolutely no will power on heavily discounted electronics that I will use only once.
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RodReynolds wrote: The 3080TI has about a 10% advantage over the 3080 in performance! I agree with "redflagdealsguy" and this is more than the entire 3080 TI Dell pre-built.
It was a price error and usual dell magic. On top of it , the only useful things from that build are CPU and GPU and CPU was 5800 and not 5800x. If Dell puts a cheap 3080TI GPU then EVGA 3080TI FTW much better option.

The bundle price for 3080ti is a good deal because you are getting hard to get GPU for a very good price. If you don't need new CPU the deal is definitely less hot...
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Shular wrote: broooo!!! were you still employed when bestbuy closed it down? i gave them my resig like 1 week before the announcement lol.
No, I left about 4 years before they closed it down. It was a fun place to work though. I couldn't believe I was getting paid to do what I did. I worked at the Home Theatre department and literally people would walk up to me and say "I want to buy this TV" and I'd ring it up for them and make commission from it lol.

Trying to stay on topic, I think prices of GPUs are going to start going back to MSRP by this quarter as semi-conductor shortages are starting to become less of an issue. All this is assuming that crypto prices doesn't start rocketing higher again...
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I'm glad there are a lot of crypto fans here. It's time we wake up to the future of crypto and block chain innovation.

Most of us are willing to sacrifice a little game time to make that happen.

May this revolution last a thousand years and change us all for the better.

Keep watching pre-builts and price errors in the meantime.

God bless.
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Future Shop Employee wrote: No, I left about 4 years before they closed it down. It was a fun place to work though. I couldn't believe I was getting paid to do what I did. I worked at the Home Theatre department and literally people would walk up to me and say "I want to buy this TV" and I'd ring it up for them and make commission from it lol.

Trying to stay on topic, I think prices of GPUs are going to start going back to MSRP by this quarter as semi-conductor shortages are starting to become less of an issue. All this is assuming that crypto prices doesn't start rocketing higher again...
If you consider MSRP to be the NVIDIA Founders Edition MSRP - I seriously doubt it :) Average AIB 3080 MSRP is already ~1500 CAD
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Its the 25% tariffs than is making things bonkers.

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