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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

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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?
companies are not dumb, they would rather keep the card and take a loss so they can write it off as an asset deprecation, so they will not sell it for a loss. If they do sell for 50-60% off they will lose more money unless it is some promo or rebate or gimmick to drive traffic and more sales. i.e. loss leader.
I do agree with you on the overall point but your numbers are off. I believe there is a good chance the new 11 series would also be price significantly higher than the 10 series when it was released because 1) they do not wish to cannibalize their sales, 2) they saw how much people would pay when gpus were flying off the shelves so they have a new higher baseline.
For a long time on SD if a GPU was in stock, it was a slick deal.

bottom line yes I agree it should be cheaper, as a SDer i love to see it 50-60% off, but a company wont take the loss, they rather keep it in warehouses and let it rot to take the tax advantage and write offs which is at ~40% right now for this card. If they sell it for 60% they take a 20% loss over the write off plus hurt future sales as a customer whom just bought a 1080 wont buy a 11XX for a while.
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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.
No, you are wrong, and here's why...

Edit for quote from 1060 thread..

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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.
The important thing to know that they sold way more video cards, than ever before. The vast majority was to miners, and those will be resold to mostly gamers. Well there's more of these 2+ year old GPU's than gamers that need them. Prices are going to drop big. Feel free to debate me like the dozen, or so have tried to over the last few months. But before we go any further, refute any one of the points in my quote. Hard to refute facts. Smilie
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No, you are wrong, and here's why...

These shouldn't be more than $150... Tier 6-7 soon to be lower on the totem pole.



The important thing to know that they sold way more video cards, than ever before. The vast majority was to miners, and those will be resold to mostly gamers. Well there's more of these 2+ year old GPU's than gamers that need them. Prices are going to drop big. Feel free to debate me like the dozen, or so have tried to over the last few months. But before we go any further, refute any one of the points in my quote. Hard to refute facts. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif
First, miners have been dumping cards for months already.
Second, demand isn't gone... cards WILL sell out super quick.
Third, a 100k surplus means nothing. It's a drop in the bucket. Only impact is a delayed release and higher prices for new cards coming out. All the cards are in NVidea's hand right now. Pun intended. No competition and high demand.
Fourth, I already pointed out that 50% aint gonna happen. You specifically said "usually" and I'm arguing that nothing about the GPU market is "usual" right now. Nothing at all.
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Just what I need! Building a mATX rig and was looking at getting a 1080.

Current price for these at Newegg:
EVGA 1080 SC Gaming - $470
EVGA 750w G3 - $104

That's like getting the PSU for FREE!

Should I bite or wait for the 11 series like everybody says?
you can always resell since thats a great price
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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.
For all this ranting, tell me what exactly backs the dollar these days? You know, since it has so much behind it 🤣
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No, you are wrong, and here's why...

Edit for quote from 1060 thread..



The important thing to know that they sold way more video cards, than ever before. The vast majority was to miners, and those will be resold to mostly gamers. Well there's more of these 2+ year old GPU's than gamers that need them. Prices are going to drop big. Feel free to debate me like the dozen, or so have tried to over the last few months. But before we go any further, refute any one of the points in my quote. Hard to refute facts. Smilie
Easy. Prices haven't moved in three months and your saying they are going down weekly. I've been in the market for over three months waiting for a "slick" deal and one card going on sale a week does not mean that prices are going down.
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Just what I need! Building a mATX rig and was looking at getting a 1080.

Current price for these at Newegg:
EVGA 1080 SC Gaming - $470
EVGA 750w G3 - $104

That's like getting the PSU for FREE!

Should I bite or wait for the 11 series like everybody says?
Wait few more weeks. Its like cell phone. You could always find a great deal on older model after the new model came out.
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Man my RX 580 4GB is still doing fine for my gaming needs on Gears of war 4.

But if I buy this then how much is my RX 580 worth? Or is it better to keep it and use it in a future new build and wait for prices to hopefully go up and then resell for extra $$?
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Easy. Prices haven't moved in three months and your saying they are going down weekly. I've been in the market for over three months waiting for a "slick" deal and one card going on sale a week does not mean that prices are going down.
Prices haven't gone down in 3 months huh? Is English your second language? Is this trolling NVIDIA style? It's ok Buttercup, you have your reasons, and they make sense to you.
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First, miners have been dumping cards for months already.
Second, demand isn't gone... cards WILL sell out super quick.
Third, a 100k surplus means nothing. It's a drop in the bucket. Only impact is a delayed release and higher prices for new cards coming out. All the cards are in NVidea's hand right now. Pun intended. No competition and high demand.
Fourth, I already pointed out that 50% aint gonna happen. You specifically said "usually" and I'm arguing that nothing about the GPU market is "usual" right now. Nothing at all.
1st off... you missed something HUGE. More video cards were sold than ever before over the last 2 years. Most were sold to miners. What do miners do with video cards when they can no longer profit off of mining with them? They sell them for $550 on ebay. They paid 1k for some of those 1080ti's, but it's better to get some return, than nothing. So there are way more used cards than gamers that NEED them already. This is why NVIDIA has to push out a new line. This is why they need to dump their surplus of GPU's. This is one of the reasons why prices are dropping, and will continue to drop on these old ass video cards. They aren't cutting edge. NVIDIA already has way faster tech. That 100k surplus needs to be dumped, or they can eat it cuz people are already finding used 1080 ti's in the $400's. Coupons + ebay = SD.
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For all this ranting, tell me what exactly backs the dollar these days? You know, since it has so much behind it 🤣
Another shill? We're debating the current price of video cards, and you are trying to come across someone smarter than us. You aren't. You're just another "member" with nothing to add to this debate. Trying to distract people from the subject matter.

Are prices going to continue to drop on video cards? Yes, or no? If someone holds off on buying one today, will they get it cheaper in a month? How much cheaper, David K? You don't know, or just don't want to share your vast amount of knowledge? Got any inside info on NVIDIA gpu's, or is it above your pay grade.

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Prices haven't gone down in 3 months huh? Is English your second language? Is this trolling NVIDIA style? It's ok Buttercup, you have your reasons, and they make sense to you.


1st off... you missed something HUGE. More video cards were sold than ever before over the last 2 years. Most were sold to miners. What do miners do with video cards when they can no longer profit off of mining with them? They sell them for $550 on ebay. They paid 1k for some of those 1080ti's, but it's better to get some return, than nothing. So there are way more used cards than gamers that NEED them already. This is why NVIDIA has to push out a new line. This is why they need to dump their surplus of GPU's. This is one of the reasons why prices are dropping, and will continue to drop on these old ass video cards. They aren't cutting edge. NVIDIA already has way faster tech. That 100k surplus needs to be dumped, or they can eat it cuz people are already finding used 1080 ti's in the $400's. Coupons + ebay = SD.


Another shill? We're debating the current price of video cards, and you are trying to come across someone smarter than us. You aren't. You're just another "member" with nothing to add to this debate. Trying to distract people from the subject matter.

Are prices going to continue to drop on video cards? Yes, or no? If someone holds off on buying one today, will they get it cheaper in a month? How much cheaper, David K? You don't know, or just don't want to share your vast amount of knowledge? Got any inside info on NVIDIA gpu's, or is it above your pay grade.

NEXT
Lol, you need a therapist bro, you're trying way too hard on your replies, AND if you get this worked up by a legitimate question (which you obviously don't have a good answer to, what is backing our dollar that is providing true security?) then don't bring up what you deem appropriate to base the value of CC off of.
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Time to sell my 1070.
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Prices haven't gone down in 3 months huh? Is English your second language? Is this trolling NVIDIA style? It's ok Buttercup, you have your reasons, and they make sense to you.


1st off... you missed something HUGE. More video cards were sold than ever before over the last 2 years. Most were sold to miners. What do miners do with video cards when they can no longer profit off of mining with them? They sell them for $550 on ebay. They paid 1k for some of those 1080ti's, but it's better to get some return, than nothing. So there are way more used cards than gamers that NEED them already. This is why NVIDIA has to push out a new line. This is why they need to dump their surplus of GPU's. This is one of the reasons why prices are dropping, and will continue to drop on these old ass video cards. They aren't cutting edge. NVIDIA already has way faster tech. That 100k surplus needs to be dumped, or they can eat it cuz people are already finding used 1080 ti's in the $400's. Coupons + ebay = SD.


Another shill? We're debating the current price of video cards, and you are trying to come across someone smarter than us. You aren't. You're just another "member" with nothing to add to this debate. Trying to distract people from the subject matter.

Are prices going to continue to drop on video cards? Yes, or no? If someone holds off on buying one today, will they get it cheaper in a month? How much cheaper, David K? You don't know, or just don't want to share your vast amount of knowledge? Got any inside info on NVIDIA gpu's, or is it above your pay grade.

NEXT
Didn't miss it at all. And it's not as huge as your wishful thinking thinks it is. Addressed it specifically by pointing out miners have already been dumping cards for months. You can thank that for prices returning to msrp levels after the spike. Look man, I'd love to sit here and think th scene is as rosy as you paint it... but it ain't. Reality bites.
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Lol, you need a therapist bro, you're trying way too hard on your replies, AND if you get this worked up by a legitimate question (which you obviously don't have a good answer to, what is backing our dollar that is provides true security?) then don't bring up what you deem appropriate to base the value of CC off of.
No, sorry brah, but you're a low effort shill. That worked at places like FW. That doesn't fly here. Maybe on 4chan, or reddit, but even there, you know what happens to people like you. THE SUBJECT HERE IS VIDEO CARD PRICING. You have nothing offer. You can't refute, or confirm anything so you try distract from the subject.

Well David K 3093, I'm sure your mom is proud of the things you tell her about the economy, and cc mining, and how you are doing "big things". LMAO the farking dollar lol...

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lol yeah I'm mad "prices went down" as you comment on a frontpaged deal that is worse than the first combo deal I called you out for spamming with your nonsense 2 weeks ago... the same deal btw that is now frontpaged for $20 more than it was 2 weeks ago.

how is it possible for someone to be this delusional?https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...2/applause.gif

It's all okay though because as you've informed us the GTX 1180 is going to be 35% faster than the 1080 Ti and MSRP for $500! I can't wait!
Uh huh says the EVGA shill. Did I get you fired yet?

It's easy. Anyone who knows the market, or reads my posts, and still insists current prices are good, is either a shill working for EVGA, or delusional. Unfortunately some people are both. Are you going to reimburse those people who you advised to buy over priced video cards the last couple months? I already read some people complaining about buying too soon. Same will happen to the people buying today.

So if anyone votes up these crappy video card deals, chimes in that they are good deals, and doesn't add that prices are trending down, then they are another "Wowimpressive" type. Do you really want to be like that? Even for some money. It's so sad to be that person.
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FYI: The PSU isnt deducted from a step up trade in. Because the PSU is 'free' on the invoice, EVGA won't deduct it. Thus, you can buy this, use the full total toward an 1180, keep the PSU. THAT is a hell of a deal.
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FYI: The PSU isnt deducted from a step up trade in. Because the PSU is 'free' on the invoice, EVGA won't deduct it. Thus, you can buy this, use the full total toward an 1180, keep the PSU. THAT is a hell of a deal.
you have to hedge it, would be risky
remember you have 90 days.
if you buy it now, and assuming they will announce aug 20/-30 and release sept 30 and release 1170/1160 oct 30 they might give you 1160 instead... but if you get 1180 would be awesome because you dont have to compete with everyone trying to buy the 1180 which will sell out within minutes. And you pay the difference to what is listed on the website...
only problem is if they list the 1180 much higher like 999 or if it will be founder's edition exclusive for 3 months then you are SOL
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