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MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Duke OC 8GB GDDR5X Video Card $454.50 + Free Shipping @ eBay (Newegg)

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was cheaper with the 20% off during father's day. $400 AR i believe. Also beware this card is very long and might not fit some cases.

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was cheaper with the 20% off during father's day. $400 AR i believe. Also beware this card is very long and might not fit some cases.

https://slickdeals.net/f/11672975-msi-gtx-1080-duke-8gb-video-card-399-ac-ar-newegg-via-ebay?src=Sit...
Yeah I would wait until 1080s drop to less than $400, 1M overstock and 11xx coming theyre definitely going to go down in price.

Example: GTX 980 MSRP was around $529, they were selling above $400, then the 1060 came out they immediately dropped to $200.
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Yeah I would wait until 1080s drop to less than $400, 1M overstock and 11xx coming theyre definitely going to go down in price.

Example: GTX 980 MSRP was around $529, they were selling above $400, then the 1060 came out they immediately dropped to $200.
980's are a different architecture verse the 10xx. Also those cards are still selling used for mid to upper 200's. The difference in the power/$ in the 11xx series won't be as insane as you think.

Think of the 480 vs the 580 for AMD, where they made a more efficient card, but in the end it's still roughly the same category gpu.

This is a great price for a great GTX 1080. Also the MSI Duke is in the top 5 for Air Coolers as well.
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was cheaper with the 20% off during father's day. $400 AR i believe. Also beware this card is very long and might not fit some cases.

https://slickdeals.net/f/11672975-msi-gtx-1080-duke-8gb-video-card-399-ac-ar-newegg-via-ebay?src=SiteSearch
I bought it during that sale, it's an excellent card so far and I highly recommend it.
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Yeah I would wait until 1080s drop to less than $400, 1M overstock and 11xx coming theyre definitely going to go down in price.

Example: GTX 980 MSRP was around $529, they were selling above $400, then the 1060 came out they immediately dropped to $200.

Can't expect the performance jump on the 1100 series to be high like 900->1000 series. A more reasonable estimate is the 1080 cards going for $429 all around the AIB cards and <$400 with sales. But this is assuming AMD releases cards that can compete with GTX 1170s or 1080s. If AMD does not release anything similar in performance against even an 1170, then you can see overpricing of cards like how the 1080 released for $650 with AIBs (with no SLI connectors for 1060 cards to prevent cannibalizing 1080 sales).



Those 1060s 6GB cards should have sold for $350 but lowered to compete with AMD RX 480 cards. But eliminated the SLI connectors for the 1060s since two of them would potentially outperform or equal in performance of a 1080 (for a much lesser price at $280 x 2)
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1M overstock
I keep reading this yet there is zero indication that this is true.
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I bought it during that sale, it's an excellent card so far and I highly recommend it.
I bought it early June, probably the same sale, and have been enjoying it the past month. I've been using it several hours, every day so far. Great card. I've gotten enough enjoyment out of it the past month, I'm glad I didn't wait.
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thanks dude
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980's are a different architecture verse the 10xx. Also those cards are still selling used for mid to upper 200's.
I'm not sure where you're getting your info, but on eBay the 980s are selling on average around $190. The 980 TI is commanding an average of $260. Keep in mind, these cards are last generation's top of the line and are excellent budget alternatives to newer cards.
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I bought it early June, probably the same sale, and have been enjoying it the past month. I've been using it several hours, every day so far. Great card. I've gotten enough enjoyment out of it the past month, I'm glad I didn't wait.
I ended up buying a video card support, and it helped with weight sagging a great deal. Did you get one too?
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I ended up buying a video card support, and it helped with weight sagging a great deal. Did you get one too?
I hadn't yet, I thought I'd see if it looked like it was going to sag. I actually haven't checked on it since I don't have a window case, but I should. Nobody wants a saggy graphics card.
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I hadn't yet, I thought I'd see if it looked like it was going to sag. I actually haven't checked on it since I don't have a window case, but I should. Nobody wants a saggy graphics card.
The cooler appears to be determined by the width of the fans, and since there are three of them it ends up being longer than the card itself and adding some weighted leverage. I picked up this one which works great: CloverTale Graphics Card GPU Brace Support, Video Card Sag Holder Bracket, Anodized Aerospace Aluminum (Upgraded Version Black) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B077LGL...sBbHFHFH4J

It wasn't the easiest thing to install and it replaced my thumbscrews for the PCIe slots, but it works well with just the bar resting against the fan housing underneath. Good luck!
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