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EVGA GTX 1080 SC Gaming GPU w/ SuperNova G3 750W 80+ Gold PSU EXPIRED

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B&H Photo Video.com has EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 SC Gaming GPU w/ EVGA SuperNova G3 750W 80+ Gold Modular Power Supply on sale for $489.98. Shipping is free. Thanks Phong.Tran

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  • EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 SC Gaming Graphics Card (08G-PR-6183-KR)
  • EVGA SuperNova 750 G3 750W 80+ Gold Modular Power Supply (220-G3-0750-X1)
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B&H Photo Video has EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 SC GAMING Graphics Card + EVGA SuperNOVA 750 G3 750W 80 Plus Gold Modular Power Supply on sale for $490

I'm not sure, maybe you can get mail in rebate $20 for the EVGA SuperNOVA 750 G3 750W 80 Plus Gold Modular Power Supply

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...80_sc.html
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Should be good for the Step Up program, looks like Founder's Editions of 11xx will launch early next month. Anyone know how soon the Step up queue typically opens up after that? That's the only x factor left I think.
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I was thinking to downgrade to the 1060 but the benchmark increase to the 1080 is 74%

http://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Comp...3603vs3639
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In my honest opinion, I don't see why everyone needs to jump on new releases. I built PCs for my son and me a few years back. Both running gtx 770. I jumped on a 1070 last year before the price jump. He's still throwing current games on his. Granted, the games look much better on mine,his tech is still running today. If you are about saving money, buy a current deal. The new tech will eventually get cheaper unless we see another Bitcoin like arise. Again, this is my opinion.

PS.. I did get a 1070 for his PC on a deal not to long ago but haven't installed it yet. I have this same psu, it's beautiful. Modular was the best thing that they have done to PSUs.
I am still using a Radeon 7850 2gb card from...2013? Plays battlefield 1 just fine, no issues at all. I paid $174 for this thing, totally worth it lol
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Pretty sure. Nvidia is launching the 1180 mid-this month. I'd bet that 3rd parties will drop their cards within 70 days or so of that unless they're deliberately avoiding doing so.
Weird choice of words, Pretty sure. Nobody is sure when it will launch, ppl are expecting an announcement. Assuming they annouce it, normally it takes up to 3 weeks before founders edition reach stores and probably a month after founder release for first 3rd party release.
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I was thinking to downgrade to the 1060 but the benchmark increase to the 1080 is 74%

http://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Comp...3603vs3639
It really all depends on the resolution if you're only using 1080p then you don't need more than the gtx 1060.
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In my honest opinion, I don't see why everyone needs to jump on new releases. I built PCs for my son and me a few years back. Both running gtx 770. I jumped on a 1070 last year before the price jump. He's still throwing current games on his. Granted, the games look much better on mine,his tech is still running today. If you are about saving money, buy a current deal. The new tech will eventually get cheaper unless we see another Bitcoin like arise. Again, this is my opinion.

PS.. I did get a 1070 for his PC on a deal not to long ago but haven't installed it yet. I have this same psu, it's beautiful. Modular was the best thing that they have done to PSUs.
I think the idea is to wait for the new release so that the 1080s will become relatively obsolete and their prices would go further down.
I'd like to add that the more of us resist the temptation to buy these, the more these cards will take up space in warehouses when the 1180s are released == the lower these prices will get.
GPU manufacturers have been screwing with prices with the low supply/high demand driven by crypto mining - let's make the most out of *their* desperation now.
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In my honest opinion, I don't see why everyone needs to jump on new releases. I built PCs for my son and me a few years back. Both running gtx 770. I jumped on a 1070 last year before the price jump. He's still throwing current games on his. Granted, the games look much better on mine,his tech is still running today. If you are about saving money, buy a current deal. The new tech will eventually get cheaper unless we see another Bitcoin like arise. Again, this is my opinion.

PS.. I did get a 1070 for his PC on a deal not to long ago but haven't installed it yet. I have this same psu, it's beautiful. Modular was the best thing that they have done to PSUs.
Generally, being about 2 months out, it's maximizing your time and money. The prices my go up again towards the end of the year. Word is that miners are starting up again.
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I have the alpha r2 with a Alienware amplifier that has no GPU currently. Was thinking to buy this and swap the PSU on amplifier. Anyone have any experience with amplifier?
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What an absolutely stellar deal, I've been shopping since they started dropping and this is impossible to pass up.
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I have the alpha r2 with a Alienware amplifier that has no GPU currently. Was thinking to buy this and swap the PSU on amplifier. Anyone have any experience with amplifier?
This card works in the amp, I got it 2 weeks ago when they were running this sale, no need to swap the PSU out, though you can, just a bit of a hassle.

Edit: The card I got was the SC2, which may be slightly different with the ICX function on the cooler, but it'll still work.
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Should be good for the Step Up program, looks like Founder's Editions of 11xx will launch early next month. Anyone know how soon the Step up queue typically opens up after that? That's the only x factor left I think.
Can confirm it's good for the step-up according to EVGA's website.
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Can confirm it's good for the step-up according to EVGA's website.
Well I know that but the question is will they launch the queue before the 90 day window ends? I got mine on Prime Day so cutting it real close, but I probably don't intend to step up anyways as the 1070ti all the power I need for the near future.
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I was thinking to downgrade to the 1060 but the benchmark increase to the 1080 is 74%

http://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Comp...3603vs3639
If you look closer the game FPS increase on a 1080 is only 38% more than a 1060 6G. This is the meaningful measure of real world performance.

The 74% increase is the benchmark score average.
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In my honest opinion, I don't see why everyone needs to jump on new releases. I built PCs for my son and me a few years back. Both running gtx 770. I jumped on a 1070 last year before the price jump. He's still throwing current games on his. Granted, the games look much better on mine,his tech is still running today. If you are about saving money, buy a current deal. The new tech will eventually get cheaper unless we see another Bitcoin like arise. Again, this is my opinion.

PS.. I did get a 1070 for his PC on a deal not to long ago but haven't installed it yet. I have this same psu, it's beautiful. Modular was the best thing that they have done to PSUs.
The 10 series has been out for 2 years and prices are still the same as launch.
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Hmmm... could you buy this, use the EVGA upgrade policy to get an 1180 when it comes out and keep the power supply? How would that work?
Btw would EVGA intentionally tell sellers not to lower current GPU prices so you have to pay more on the difference to upgrade to 1180? I am pretty sure they have the power to do so.
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