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PNY GeForce GTX 1080 Ti DirectX 12 VCGGTX1080T11PB-CG2 11GB - NEWEGG EBAY $649.99

$649.99
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Not the best price but if you have some ebay bucks to burn or if ebay runs an ebay bucks bonus in the next couple of days it might be worth it for some.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/PNY-GeFor...2296147320




Model

Brand
PNY

Model
VCGGTX1080T11PB-CG2

Interface

Interface
PCI Express 3.0 x16

Chipset

Chipset Manufacturer
NVIDIA

GPU Series
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10 Series

GPU
GeForce GTX 1080 Ti

Boost Clock
1582 MHz

CUDA Cores
3584

Memory

Memory Size
11GB

Memory Interface
352-Bit

Memory Type
GDDR5X

3D API

DirectX
DirectX 12

OpenGL
OpenGL 4.5

Ports

HDMI
1 x HDMI 2.0b

Multi-Monitor Support
Yes

DisplayPort
3 x DisplayPort 1.4

Details

Max Resolution
7680 x 4320

Cooler
With Fan

System Requirements
Power: 250W

Power Connector
1 x 6-pin, 1 x 8-pin

Features

Features
The GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is NVIDIA's new flagship gaming GPU, based on the NVIDIA Pascal architecture. The latest addition to the ultimate gaming platform, this card is packed with extreme gaming horsepower, next-gen 11 GbpsGDDR5X memory, and a massive 11 GB frame buffer. #GameReady Discover unrivaled gaming, powered by NVIDIA Pascal - the world's most advanced GPU architecture. GeForce GTX 1080 Ti features massive gaming horsepower with 3584 NVIDIA CUDA cores and 12 billion transistors. This means you can count on up to 3X the performance of previous-generation graphics cards, plus breakthrough gaming technologies and VR experiences.

Form Factor & Dimensions

Max GPU Length
267 mm

Card Dimensions (L x H)
10.51" x 4.41"

Slot Width
Dual Slot
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Tax kills it, puts it over 700 for most. Could get it cheaper online from places that don't charge tax and shipping, without it even being on sale.
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Tax kills it, puts it over 700 for most. Could get it cheaper online from places that don't charge tax and shipping, without it even being on sale.
Still good price after tax.
Should be tax free for most states.
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1yr warranty vs industry standard of 3yr by MSI Asus evga
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Still good price after tax.
Should be tax free for most states.
699.99 is MSRP, so paying more than that would not be a SlickDeal... if it's tax free to your state however go for it. Just make sure to check if tax is applicable first by adding to cart instead of clicking buy, eBay will only tell you in your shopping cart.
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699.99 is MSRP, so paying more than that would not be a SlickDeal... if it's tax free to your state however go for it. Just make sure to check if tax is applicable first by adding to cart instead of clicking buy, eBay will only tell you in your shopping cart.
stabyourfaceTax kills it, puts it over 700 for most. Could get it cheaper online from places that don't charge tax and shipping, without it even being on sale.
Only 3 or 4 states with tax in newegg ebay store. http://stores.ebay.com/Newegg/Policies.html
Yes, MSRP is 700. But it's almost impossible to find any 1080ti bellow $700 after tax and in stock right now.
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Only 3 or 4 states with tax in newegg ebay store. http://stores.ebay.com/Newegg/Policies.html
Yes, MSRP is 700. But it's almost impossible to find any 1080ti bellow $700 after tax and in stock right now.
There have been 7x slick deals for 1080 ti's posted in the last month, ranging from ~630 to ~650. There was just one for a PNY XLR8 OC for 639 from Dell 3 days ago. They are not going anywhere, Etherium miners are only going after mid range cards.

I'm just saying I'd hold out, we're averaging 2 deals a week for the last month.
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There have been 7x slick deals for 1080 ti's posted in the last month, ranging from ~630 to ~650. There was just one for a PNY XLR8 OC for 639 from Dell 3 days ago. They are not going anywhere, Etherium miners are only going after mid range cards.

I'm just saying I'd hold out, we're averaging 2 deals a week for the last month.

Actually, as dag size increases, the 1080 TI becomes an interesting option for miners as many of the mid tier cards drop in performance:

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I do agree that there have been better deals recently for the 1080ti and that Dell deal was espcially good if you had the 15% coupon and 8% cash back site. It was also a much nicer card.
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1yr warranty vs industry standard of 3yr by MSI Asus evga
Where do you see the 1 year warranty? PNY's standard is 3 years warranty.

Update: ah I see Newegg listed as 1 year warranty. The same model # on Amazon says it is 3 years. I haven't checked PNY's website yet but I'm leaning towards Newegg made a typo. It's hard to believe a premo card would only have 1 year warranty.
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In my experience eBay will not run any eBay buck promotions for a while, probably last week in July after most people have already used up their eBay bucks.
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I live in OR so this is an awesome deal for me Smilie))
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Etherium miners are only going after mid range cards.
1060 and 1070 prices are so high some of us are buying 1050ti and 1080ti.

A 1080ti for gaming and ETH mining the other 22 hours of the day is a good choice for some.
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Actually, as dag size increases, the 1080 TI becomes an interesting option for miners as many of the mid tier cards drop in performance:

https://techspot-static-xjzaqowzx...ch/All.png


I do agree that there have been better deals recently for the 1080ti and that Dell deal was espcially good if you had the 15% coupon and 8% cash back site. It was also a much nicer card.
Since it sounds like you know what you're talking about, quick question for you. For a first time miner, would you recommend this card?
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Since it sounds like you know what you're talking about, quick question for you. For a first time miner, would you recommend this card?
It's ok but pay back time will be quite long at about 6 months at current $250 per 1 ETH value.
35 MH/s

It will mine ok and if you use it as a gaming card then enjoy.

Otherwise a 1070 at $450 or less will pay back faster in 3 to 4 months.
30MH/s

A 1050ti at $130 will pay back in same 3 to 4 months but will stop working for ETH around the end of the year when 4gb of ram will stop being sufficient.
13MH/s

Edit. Mega not giga for has rate. LoL
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Since it sounds like you know what you're talking about, quick question for you. For a first time miner, would you recommend this card?
No

The reason the 1080/1080Ti/Titan X are still in stock is because they are not good mining cards. It has to do with the memory timings being much looser on GDDR5X vs GDDR5 and the popular GPU mining cryptocurrencies are memory based.

It will work for mining, yes, but its profitability is ~152% a GTX 1070 while consuming ~167% the power. Which, hashing per watt is what makes a good mining card.
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