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MSI GeForce GTX 980TI 6GB OC Video Card + NVIDIA PCDD EXPIRED

syswei 262 374 November 10, 2015 at 03:38 AM in Video Cards (8) More Newegg Deals
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Promoted 11-10-2015 by Discombobulated at 11:41 PM View Original Post
Newegg.com has MSI GeForce GTX 980TI 6GB OC Video Card + NVIDIA Game Voucher on sale for $599.99 (price display in cart) - $30 Rebate = $569.99. Shipping is free. Thanks syswei

Note, if you have an American Express Card, you can get a one-time $25 statement credit with this purchase [Click Here for Info]. The NVIDIA Bullets/Blades Game Voucher will automatically be added to cart automatically when you add the video card.

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Head on over to GeForce to redeem your game voucher: Select from Tom Clancy's Rainbow Siege Six Siege or Assassin's Creed: Syndicate for free w/ this purchase of this GPU. Limit one rebate per household. Mail in all appropriate documents and postmarked them within 15 days of purchase - Discombobulated

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Edited November 10, 2015 at 08:30 AM by mlacey3
Price once added to cart $600. Less $30 rebate.= $570. Less $25 Amex promo, if you haven't already used it = $545!

Free Gift: NVIDIA Bullets or Blades Bundle - Choose Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege OR Assassin's Creed Syndicate

Boost / Base Core Clock 1190 MHz / 1102 MHz

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#3
Cheapest price without tax. I dont have amex. Should i bite?
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#4
Seems like a good price but I can't find any legit reviews. Wondering how good the cooling is compared to something like an evga ACX or even MSI Twin Frozr. Also no backplate - not sure if that does much. Soooo tempting.
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Last edited by WackyWRZ November 10, 2015 at 06:06 AM
#5
MSI is a trusted brand for me, never had an issue with their GPU's or motherboards.
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#6
this is a great price. tax just kills it for me. I need tiger direct to start cranking out more deals.
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Last edited by T1NY November 10, 2015 at 06:28 AM
#7
Was literally typing this up on my phone to post and realized it was posted. Lol nice price though.
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#8
any thoughts on this vs the EVG oc version with much more reviews?
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#9
Any VISA checkout deal going on? I have Chase so $15 off from that. No Amex so can't use the $25 off Amex Frown
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#10
Darn, want another Gaming 980ti.

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#11
Nice price... I could get it down to 525 with Newegg points and Amex. Just can't really bring myself to spend this much though! A 970 for half the price would do fine...
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Quote from swunder View Post :
Nice price... I could get it down to 525 with Newegg points and Amex. Just can't really bring myself to spend this much though! A 970 for half the price would do fine...
It would do fine, but considering double the performance and less hassle and more VRAM with 980 Ti.

Reference: coming from GTX 770 SLI. I currently have no problem running any new games at 1080 with 60+ FPS at high setting. BUT:
  • Drive supports for new game always comes last
  • More heat and power drawn
  • Stuck with same VRAM and no room upgrade later on (you can add another for 3 way SLI but I rather not do that)
  • OC is a big hassle since you have to OC every single card then SLI them.

With a single 980 Ti you gain double performance, less drive issue, less heat and future SLI another 980 Ti.
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#13
BLAH! Taxes in CA kills it for me...
also the lack of money in my wallet kills it
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Last edited by majorcrafter November 10, 2015 at 08:16 AM
#14
doh! msi but so cheap
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finally we are starting to see some nice price drops on highest end cards.
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