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EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 SUPER CLOCKED GAMING B-stock - $479.99

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https://www.evga.com/products/pro...P4-6283-RX

B-Stock Products are units which may have small scratches, small dents, or noticeable use. B-Stock products are Factory Recertified to meet the performance and reliability of a new product of the same model. B-Stock products do not come with any optional accessories and only include the accessories required to use the product as listed below.

NVIDIA GTX 1080
2560 Pixel Pipelines
1708 MHz Base Clock
1847 MHz Boost Clock
257.1GT/s Texture Fill Rate

8192 MB, 256 bit GDDR5X
10010 MHz (effective)
320 GB/s Memory Bandwidth

$539.99
-$60 Instant Rebate
= $479.99

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* 1 Year Limited Warranty
* Minimum of a 500 Watt power supply.One available 8-pin PCI-E power dongle
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Would I need any other cables to use this? New PC Builder looking to save on a GTX 1080. But I don't want to buy something and then realize that I can't use it without buying more accessories.

Also - Is buying a refurb GPU with a one year warranty a mistake?
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I think a better card (faster clock) and buy is the one below from B&H. It's new with 3 year warranty, free freight, Destiny 2 and a 30 day return policy.

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...0%20Cooler
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I think a better card (faster clock) and buy is the one below from B&H. It's new with 3 year warranty, free freight, Destiny 2 and a 30 day return policy.

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...0%20Cooler
That's almost $100 more and normal price. Not really a deal.

That being said I don't really consider this a good idea either. There have been GTX 1080's on sale recently for this price or not much more. Better to wait than get a refurb with only a year warranty imho.
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dang you! in for limit of FOUR! (thanks OP)
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Would I need any other cables to use this? New PC Builder looking to save on a GTX 1080. But I don't want to buy something and then realize that I can't use it without buying more accessories.

Also - Is buying a refurb GPU with a one year warranty a mistake?
or get this for essentially the same price and not much slower, faster in some cases, and a 3 year warranty

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...70_ti.html
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what's with evga's b stock prices?! They used to be really good. now their all regular prices disguised as a deal!
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I never know GTX 1080 has this 11GB version?
The GTX 1080 is 8 GB; the GTX 1080 ti is 11 GB.​
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I never know GTX 1080 has this 11GB version?
11Gbps for memory speed. This one has only 8GB GDDR5X ram
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Careful on Used GPU's coin whines.. may be?
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Careful on Used GPU's coin whines.. may be?
I guess Yoda is building a PC now!
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Would I need any other cables to use this? New PC Builder looking to save on a GTX 1080. But I don't want to buy something and then realize that I can't use it without buying more accessories.

Also - Is buying a refurb GPU with a one year warranty a mistake?
If you're building a PC, you should be fine, just make sure to have an adequate power supply (at least 500W). The card will plug into the PCI-E slot and then you'll have to plug in one or two connectors from the power supply. Most modern power supplies will have them, you just have to remember to plug them in.
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Sold out
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If you're building a PC, you should be fine, just make sure to have an adequate power supply (at least 500W). The card will plug into the PCI-E slot and then you'll have to plug in one or two connectors from the power supply. Most modern power supplies will have them, you just have to remember to plug them in.
Thanks. I pulled the trigger. Just hoping this card doesn't fizzle out on me in 13 months.
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