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[Newegg] [Warm] ASUS TUF RTX 3070 Ti 8GB - 1050$

Gotta use Zippay with coupon ZPMARCA

Not the holy grail 3080, and not even MSRP, but in stock and below scalpers' prices. If you're upgrading your old GPU, you may leverage a bit on the resale value you get out of it, making this decent.

Sold & shipped by newegg.
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I've made it this many months I can go another 6
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Sold & shipped by newegg - possibly with free thermal paste

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get what is cheap, not what you need :lol:
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In before Newegg bashing. I know I'm going to try to avoid them.

Is this the start of GPU price cooling?!
Deal with it.
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I already waited two years..so I might as well wait another 6 months when the new GPU coming out, the old one price will drop even more.
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You would think the market to play video games at slightly better graphics (technology diminishing returns) for an absurdly higher price bracket would be a niche one, but here we are. Interesting to watch from a distance.
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To be fair, this is nearly MSRP as when I got mine from EVGA, with tax + import fees, it came out to about $1200 direct from their site. I don't see these coming down in price, just the used market will hopefully come below MSRP eventually.
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ShinConker wrote: Gotta use Zippay with coupon ZPMARCA

Not the holy grail 3080, and not even MSRP, but in stock and below scalpers' prices. If you're upgrading your old GPU, you may leverage a bit on the resale value you get out of it, making this decent.

Sold & shipped by newegg.
Upvoted for appropriate placement of a possessive apostrophe! You've done your English teacher proud!
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Ruciz wrote: I've made it this many months I can go another 6
Completely understandable ahah. If I was guaranteed a next gen card I wouldn't even bat an eye on the 3070ti honestly. This market is just so unpredictable, shopping for these is just a frustrating experience.
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ShinConker wrote: Gotta use Zippay with coupon ZPMARCA

Not the holy grail 3080, and not even MSRP, but in stock and below scalpers' prices. If you're upgrading your old GPU, you may leverage a bit on the resale value you get out of it, making this decent.

Sold & shipped by newegg.
Newegg is scalping themselves.
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ThoughtlessArms wrote: Is a 3090 at $2500 an acceptable price at the moment?
Depends more on the buyer than the product. Anything is worth what someone is willing to pay for it.
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ThoughtlessArms wrote: Is a 3090 at $2500 an acceptable price at the moment?
I would never pay that kind of money for a video card, but if money isn't an issue, go for it. Especially if you have workloads that can take advantage of that 24 GB of memory. If it's strictly just for gaming, I would just step down to a 3080 Ti as the 3090 isn't much faster and pocket the savings.

Best Buy still has the MSI 3080Ti Suprim in stock for $2290:
https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/ms ... d/15935402
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RadioDude wrote: Newegg is scalping themselves.

Yeah, I thought that was pretty clear when I said "not even MSRP". It's close enough to be of interest, though.

Mentioning newegg as the seller was put there to avoid confusion with all the third party chinese resellers, selling on newegg.
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I have a really hard time spending that kind of money on an 8gb GPU

That's really not enough to last if you're playing at 4k
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pkamto wrote: Depends more on the buyer than the product. Anything is worth what someone is willing to pay for it.
I'm asking so that I can get opinions from others. So, with that in mind, what's your thought on it?
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I have a 3060 Ti and would like to play with at a higher quality @ 1440p. I guess I should wait for the 4080? Not sure if the 3080 Ti would be worth it.
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ThoughtlessArms wrote: I'm asking so that I can get opinions from others. So, with that in mind, what's your thought on it?
I'd rather hold off for a few months until the RTX 4000 series, for massive gains in performance at similar or slightly higher price points, or rather the same performance from a much cheaper, lower tier card; "more for less" basically
Unless you REALLY need it now, in that case get what you can afford

(Allegedly) NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070: up to 30% faster than RTX 3090 in gaming
Read more: https://www.tweaktown.com/news/84974/nv ... index.html
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pkamto wrote: I'd rather hold off for a few months until the RTX 4000 series, for massive gains in performance at similar or slightly higher price points, or rather the same performance from a much cheaper, lower tier card; "more for less" basically
Unless you REALLY need it now, in that case get what you can afford

(Allegedly) NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070: up to 30% faster than RTX 3090 in gaming
Read more: https://www.tweaktown.com/news/84974/nv ... index.html
Good luck getting one!

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