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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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buy it keep it for 29 days unopened. If the new card is announced Return it OR use EVGA;s 90 day step up program to get a new one. Profit.
you know where can I sell me alienware gtx 1080 so i can buy 1180 when it comes out?
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Man this is tempting. But all I keep seeing is dropping prices/good deals on the 1070/1080 cards. Who knows if we've hit the bottom yet and who knows what the 11 series will come out as price wise. I'm assuming its guaranteed the 11 series will be MUCH more powerful cards seeing as how they've had 2 years to work on them. The only question is what price will they release them at.
Are you kidding me? No where near bottom. 50% is slick after 2.5 years. If you can wait few weeks, there will bigger drops. Here's why...

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These GPU's/the tech is 2+ years old on the market. Usually at this point slick deals are around 60-50% of MSRP. fark paying anywhere near MSRP 2 1/2 years later.

New cards coming (announcement is this month = instant price drops)

Base GTX 1180 will be faster than the current 1080ti (historically, it's always faster)

100k surplus GPU's NVIDIA needs to sell in a worsening market, while competing with tens of 1000's used cards...

Because... demand is gone. Miners are no longer buying GPU's. (This important point because that's why prices were so high to begin with. Gamers did not drive up prices to those silly levels)

AND Miners are selling off 1000's of their GPU's now that they can't farm with them.

We are talking historical amounts of used video cards. They have never produced, and sold as many gpu's as they have with these series over the last couple years. The vast majority of those will be resold since they were used for mining, and have no purpose outside of that.

SOOOO... Every week prices are going lower for new, and used cards.

Expect a big drop at the announcement, and bigger drops when miners dump on ebay, and again when the new cards are released.

I've been say the same thing for months, and the genius/shills that debated me each time are quiet now. Why is that? Because prices keep dropping, and will never go back up on these old ass video cards.
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you know where can I sell me alienware gtx 1080 so i can buy 1180 when it comes out?
probably ebay or maybe craiglist
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Why would you do this to me b&h
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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.
To trip him up you should slap conflicting stickers on the case. It is an VOODOO / ATI card with pentium 4 windows 98
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Are you kidding me? No where near bottom. 50% is slick after 2.5 years. If you can wait few weeks, there will bigger drops. Here's why...
There is always an alt coin mine no matter what and the cadence seems to be 3-4 years when another one could arise and take off.
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Are you kidding me? No where near bottom. 50% is slick after 2.5 years. If you can wait few weeks, there will bigger drops. Here's why...
Yea Ill wait. Im in no real hurry and I think you make some good points. Thanks man.
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There is always an alt coin mine no matter what and the cadence seems to be 3-4 years when another one could arise and take off.
You're talking like it's a legit money making endeavor. It's gambling pure, and simple. The vast majority of all CC is completely worthless. Just because SOME people want to continue gambling with their money (mining rigs/electricity/time) doesn't mean it's a trend. Smart miners have been selling their beat up GPU's to get their investment back. Later they will be able to buy the same cards for much, much less if there is anything worthwhile that can be mined with these GPU's. Word is that there isn't. There are better returns elsewhere. Either way, crypto is basically the reason why there is huge surplus of 2+ year old GPU's, and that is helping to drive down prices. Soon used Ti's will be $500, and then it will snowball as miners realize they can get a % on their investment, or lose money on electricity.

These 2 1/2 year old GPU's will only go down in price. There's way more available, than gamers that can use them.
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Are you kidding me? No where near bottom. 50% is slick after 2.5 years. If you can wait few weeks, there will bigger drops. Here's why...
I see you on the other thread as well and to add flavor the SC variant from evga was released ~ jun 2016 so it is 2 years.
And depreciation as calculated by IRS sch 946 would classify it as such
14.29% and 24.45% for the 2 years of a used product. Which would be the worst case scenario.
Since this is new and not used we can safely say it should be under this amt.
So for a new product, after 2 years 30% would be a good amt, if it was used then sure ~40% and if it was 2.5 years then again sure 50% for used.
You are too liberal with your rounding.

edit: IRS 946* not 963
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I bought my 1080 last year new for $409.

LOL at people who're buying these for $80 more 1 year later and think they're getting a good deal.

Nvidia announced price cuts for the entire lineup. You guys will be beating yourself in the nuts in a couple of weeks for not waiting. I mean you waited 2 years to get this card and can't hold on for another couple of weeks? That's just so anti-slick.

This will probably the price for 1170 which will be a whole lot faster. But don't listen to me, run and buy this one... lol...
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I bought my 1080 last year new for $409.

LOL at people who're buying these for $80 more 1 year later and think they're getting a good deal.

Nvidia announced price cuts for the entire lineup. You guys will be beating yourself in the nuts in a couple of weeks for not waiting. I mean you waited 2 years to get this card and can't hold on for another couple of weeks? That's just so anti-slick.

This will probably the price for 1170 which will be a whole lot faster. But don't listen to me, run and buy this one... lol...
did you not see the 100 dollar psu included?
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I see you on the other thread as well and to add flavor the SC variant from evga was released ~ jun 2016 so it is 2 years.
And depreciation as calculated by IRS sch 963 would classify it as such
14.29% and 24.45% for the 2 years of a used product. Which would be the worst case scenario.
Since this is new and not used we can safely say it should be under this amt.
So for a new product, after 2 years 30% would be a good amt, if it was used then sure ~40% and if it was 2.5 years then again sure 50% for used.
You are too liberal with your rounding.
I'm not off. For it to be a real SD with 30+ upvotes, cards need to be 60-50% of MSRP after 2.5 years. Also know that NVIDIA was able to drag it out longer because of lack of competition. The 11 series should already be announced. They already have much faster tech than the 11 series. Last year when there was a 2 month slow down in mining, prices were this low, and lower. $130 RX 480 8GB was the bottom. So why is it $200+ for the same basic card now? Those tier 5-6 (and falling) cards should be $150ish tops. 1080 Ti's will be this price soon, and when miners start dumping, it will snowball. I haven't been wrong since I started telling people to wait 3 months ago. Just wait for the 11 series announcement at the very least. That's gotta be good for 5%+ right?
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Hot damn. Finally cheaper than what I paid for last year. 1080 Asus strix was $554. But a card with a psu? Damn. Cards must be right around the corner.
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I bought my 1080 last year new for $409.

LOL at people who're buying these for $80 more 1 year later and think they're getting a good deal.

Nvidia announced price cuts for the entire lineup. You guys will be beating yourself in the nuts in a couple of weeks for not waiting. I mean you waited 2 years to get this card and can't hold on for another couple of weeks? That's just so anti-slick.

This will probably the price for 1170 which will be a whole lot faster. But don't listen to me, run and buy this one... lol...
You bought it for less than MSRP at the highest peak of mining?

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Are you kidding me? No where near bottom. 50% is slick after 2.5 years. If you can wait few weeks, there will bigger drops. Here's why...
The post you are quoting is far from fact. Expecting 50% off msrp is waaaaaay to wishful. First off, new cards will be priced higher so as to not eat into margins of unsold cards. Second off, new cards will sell out in 5 minutes leaving nothing but last gen cards for people to buy. In April you probably saying these cards would be $300 by now... maybe not you personally but many have... guess what? They aren't. Demand has pent up for so long that supply side of things won't keep up and there will be zero pressure to drop prices of new or old GPU's unless AMD puts something out there to change the playing field. Seriously, I wish good luck to anyone lining up to buy a new card. You'll have to be super quick with the trigger finger and willing to pay stupid price.
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