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MSI GeForce GTX 980TI GAMING 6G LE - $410 after $30 rebate @ Newegg

mph82 718 212 June 18, 2016 at 12:42 AM in Computers (5) More Newegg Deals
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For those who insist the 980 TI is still a relevant card with the 1070 out now and set to bring this performance level below the $400 threshold, here is one of the current cheapest 980 TI deals.


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This was $370 two different times in the last 7 days.

And your post is very condescending...
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To his credit, it really is a bad idea for 99.9% of people to buy one at this point.
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To his credit, it really is a bad idea for 99.9% of people to buy one at this point.
Yeah at this price but at $300 ish it would be a fantastic deal
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No, none of these are good deals anymore. The 10 series is out now, and the performance jump is so huge, if you buy a 9 series right now, you're just plain foolish.
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No, none of these are good deals anymore. The 10 series is out now, and the performance jump is so huge, if you buy a 9 series right now, you're just plain foolish.
This is general consensus which is mostly true. But there's other conditions to consider such as versions of cards. Some of the versions are pre overclocked by factory and the performance jump is barely minimal compared to let's say, a 1070 and a 980 Ti. Some of those 980 Tis can perform well, and this is a purchase if you MUST get a card now and cannot wait for the 10 series to stabilize in prices.

My recommendation is also skip this and get a 10 series card. The only reason to get a 9 series is if you must have one now or you are considering setting up SLI if you already own ONE 980 Ti.
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Quote from Alucard400 View Post :
This is general consensus which is mostly true. But there's other conditions to consider such as versions of cards. Some of the versions are pre overclocked by factory and the performance jump is barely minimal compared to let's say, a 1070 and a 980 Ti. Some of those 980 Tis can perform well, and this is a purchase if you MUST get a card now and cannot wait for the 10 series to stabilize in prices.

My recommendation is also skip this and get a 10 series card. The only reason to get a 9 series is if you must have one now or you are considering setting up SLI if you already own ONE 980 Ti.
There won't be a sub $400 GTX 1070 that comes with a backplate and pre-OC'ed for a very long time. While this deal isn't that hot, the one from yesterday for the $370 AR golden edition was a great buy for people who are currently in the market for one, especially if you aren't planning on going into VR within the next few years.
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There won't be a sub $400 GTX 1070 that comes with a backplate and pre-OC'ed for a very long time. While this deal isn't that hot, the one from yesterday for the $370 AR golden edition was a great buy for people who are currently in the market for one, especially if you aren't planning on going into VR within the next few years.
Yeah. if the Maxwell cards supported the 3d VR display at one pass of rendering, then I'd easily pick up a 980 Ti mainly for what you just mentioned. It will be a long time before prices get sub $400.
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