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MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Ti DirectX 12 GTX 1080 Ti DUKE 11G OC 11GB 352-Bit GDDR5X $899.99

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Limit 1 per customer. Sure, this may not be the lowest of the prices out there especially last year but figured someone is still looking for these (gamers and MINERS alike lol..)

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Is the Duke like top-of-the-line or something? Anybody know the difference between brands or anything like that? I know that this one has three fans and maybe that's what sets it apart from others but ..

The Duke seems to be pretty expensive. If you're paying a bunch more just for that third fan that's a little not slick to me...
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Prices on these cards will continue to drop as the crypto mining demand drops.
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Waiting out the crypto crash and the flood of used cards.
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If you are building a gaming PC and have eBucks today (mine is 10%), just go for it. Otherwise it might worth keep waiting
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This is only $100 or so over MSRP, so not a bad deal at all considering the current prices. Likely won't see price decreases until March/April when the next generation of hardware starts to come out. I grabbed one for my gaming rig, thanks OP!
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I want one in a PC with an 8 core/16 threads processor for under $1500!Applause
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8% eBay Bucks makes it $827

The msrp for a gtx 1080 ti is $699

So it's $128 above msrp after ebay bucks
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Also waiting for inevitable crypto crash
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Newegg seems to be selling this for the same price? https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...6814137142
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Is the Duke like top-of-the-line or something? Anybody know the difference between brands or anything like that? I know that this one has three fans and maybe that's what sets it apart from others but ..

The Duke seems to be pretty expensive. If you're paying a bunch more just for that third fan that's a little not slick to me...
Duke is MSI budget custom pcb card. Unlike the aero this isnt a reference PCB. My guess its all the left over chips that dont bin well so MSI slaps another cooler on it and rebrands it. Not to taint their twin frozer line up.
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Newegg seems to be selling this for the same price? https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...6814137142 [newegg.com]
its the newegg store on eBay.

also waiting on crypto crash and volta in march. for these prices (msrp) you might as well get volta.
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Waiting out the crypto crash and the flood of used cards.
yeah I am looking for making a sweet sli rig from the ashes of the crash. Sad there are people probably thinking the same thing about MY investments!
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Waiting out the crypto crash and the flood of used cards.
Just be careful. Probably would not be a good idea to buy a card that was used for mining since its running at max 24/7
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Just be careful. Probably would not be a good idea to buy a card that was used for mining since its running at max 24/7
First not such a big deal for a card to do crypto 24/7, actually less intense than a game and most likely card swere underclocked/ undervolted to save electricity cost

Second most cards have 3 year warranty so most likely they will still be under warranty because miners most likely bought them in the past year

Third, if a panic GC sell off occurs and you can score a very cheap used card (under warranty) might be worth it
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