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EVGA GTX 1080 FTW DT + EVGA 650 G3 - $509.99 after MIR + Free Shipping

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B&H [bhphotovideo.com] has the EVGA GTX 1080 FTW DT with a 650 G3 Gold + rated power supply for $529.99 with MIR of $20, bringing the total to $509.99 with free shipping.

EVGA GTX 1080 SC2 [bhphotovideo.com] version with same power supply for 559.99 with MIR of $20 as well, bringing the total to $539.99 with free shipping.
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I think even without the rebate, it is still a good deal.
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Wow I bought a model with lower clock speeds for $550 a few weeks back on the EVGA site and without a power supply and this is such a good deal since it comes along with a PSU for a low price
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Wow I bought a model with lower clock speeds for $550 a few weeks back on the EVGA site and without a power supply and this is such a good deal since it comes along with a PSU for a low price
Wait a week or two and it'll get even better.
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Wow I bought a model with lower clock speeds for $550 a few weeks back on the EVGA site and without a power supply and this is such a good deal since it comes along with a PSU for a low price
I picked up GTX 1080 SC2 for $350 off 15% ebay promo June 29th was pretty much brand new even has plastic on backplate.

wouldn't pay anywhere near $500 for GTX 1080 at this point its over 2 years old now new card announcement rumored to be next month.
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I picked up GTX 1080 SC2 for $350 off 15% ebay promo June 29th was pretty much brand new even has plastic on backplate.

wouldn't pay anywhere near $500 for GTX 1080 at this point its over 2 years old now new card announcement rumored to be next month.
Totally agreed.

I've seen people say that millions of units are going back to manufacturers unsold, I've seen that there's supposed to be the new series coming soon, and I know that bitcoin mining with 1080s isn't really all that feasible anymore. Why the hell are these things still selling above MSRP, or just below it used? It doesn't seem like now is a good time to buy unless you can really get an awesome deal - like <$300 used or maybe $400 new.

Stay strong people. Those prices have to come down eventually. Right????
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Overall this is a solid deal if you need a PSU and a GPU. Just make sure everything fits if your upgrading a prebuilt PC. Front mount HDD cages make it a pain to fit these larger video cards. Sometimes you gotta cut or remove the cage to get these to fit. [Length is 10.5", which should fit in most cases w/o an issue.]
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the EVGA GTX 1080 FTW (non DT model) will be on sale during prime day.

this is the url to monitor:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01GAI64GO

Price estimate based on previous deals: range from $460 to $480
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Totally agreed.

I've seen people say that millions of units are going back to manufacturers unsold, I've seen that there's supposed to be the new series coming soon, and I know that bitcoin mining with 1080s isn't really all that feasible anymore. Why the hell are these things still selling above MSRP, or just below it used? It doesn't seem like now is a good time to buy unless you can really get an awesome deal - like <$300 used or maybe $400 new.

Stay strong people. Those prices have to come down eventually. Right????
Yes. I was tempted to buy components to build a new desktop because of that Google Express promo but held back. These are 2 year old tech still selling at or above MSRP.

RAM and GPU are definitely a no-buy!
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Yes. I was tempted to buy components to build a new desktop because of that Google Express promo but held back. These are 2 year old tech still selling at or above MSRP.

RAM and GPU are definitely a no-buy!
100% agreed

I'm buying piecemeal parts and GPU/RAM prices are a solid hold at this point. I have purchased the cooling blocks, case, power, and now motherboard on sale.
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Sure, filled out my rebate, April 2017. Received it in late June 2018! More than a year later! Don't know about others but I'd rather buy w/o rebates. However, this deal w/o rebate is great as well.
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It seems ebay is running a promo 10%-20% off every couple weeks. You can get some really good deals. Picked up 2 Aorus GTX 1080 ti extremes for $475 each that still had 2.5 years of warranty left. If you purchase a used card just make sure it is EVGA, MSI or Gigabyte as these companies go by the serial number for warranty. For Gigabyte you can even verify the warranty remaining online. For MSI Look at the 4 numbers after the "B" in the serial number. The first 2 are the year and next 2 are the month it was made.
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Totally agreed.

I've seen people say that millions of units are going back to manufacturers unsold, I've seen that there's supposed to be the new series coming soon, and I know that bitcoin mining with 1080s isn't really all that feasible anymore. Why the hell are these things still selling above MSRP, or just below it used? It doesn't seem like now is a good time to buy unless you can really get an awesome deal - like <$300 used or maybe $400 new.

Stay strong people. Those prices have to come down eventually. Right????

Possibly but you need to consider pent-up demand, tariffs/trade war, memory/component prices (ddr 6 is expensive), higher launch price of the new card, mining resurgence etc....
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100% agreed

I'm buying piecemeal parts and GPU/RAM prices are a solid hold at this point. I have purchased the cooling blocks, case, power, and now motherboard on sale.
I have to start doing that too. Get the miscellaneous parts and wait for the GPU Black Friday.

Looks like EVGA is in a hurry to empty their warehouse of GPUs and motherboards.
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