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MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Ventus 8GB Video Card + Anthem + Battlefield V & More EXPIRED

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Newegg has MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Ventus 8GB GDDR6 Video Card + Anthem + Battlefield V for $719.99 - $72 w/ promo code SPVGAJANTEN - $15 Rebate = $632.99. Shipping is free. Thanks RENIK

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$719 - 10% with code SPVGAJANTEN - $15 rebate card = $632.99

Shoprunner 2-day shipping, no tax for many, and an additional $15 rebate card, this is the best RTX 2080 deal I could find.

FYI, this is a reference board design, not a Founders Edition board. OC Scanner in applications like MSI Afterburner should get your GPU up to Founders Edition speeds.

Plus free Anthem and Battlefield V codes, too!

First posted deal, hope everything was covered.

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nice, so I should be able to snag an Anthem code on the cheap from those that want to resell, unless its another one of those stupid "work on 2000 series only" cons.
To the best of my understanding that is the case with ALL of these free key deals.
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MSI is no good at honoring their warranties.
Instead of a vague statement how about a little more detail about what happened? I doubt they'd be in business if they don't honor warranties, or at least we'd hear more about that problem
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those bitcoin scam are dead, so why da hell these GFX so expensive?!
No competition. AMD has nothing even close to the 2080, much less the 2080ti.

This chart shows a rough look at the difference: http://i63.tinypic.com/286zj42.jpg
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This card has a fatal design flaw. The VRM heat sink is detached from the fins. Eventually you will see the VRM to reach over 100 Celsius and card may randomly shut down or having artifacts.
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seems hard to justify these cards when a 1070ti was recently $350 for most of us. I bought a 1070ti recently and in that thread it was mentioned the 2060s are coming out real soon and expected to also be around $350. If so, id hope they would put downward pressure on these 2080s. Anyone notice better VR experience going from 1080 to 2080s?
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seems hard to justify these cards when a 1070ti was recently $350 for most of us. I bought a 1070ti recently and in that thread it was mentioned the 2060s are coming out real soon and expected to also be around $350. If so, id hope they would put downward pressure on these 2080s. Anyone notice better VR experience going from 1080 to 2080s?
2080 is better than 1080 in all consumer applications. Period
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of course but its a substantial price difference at the moment. Im pretty happy with the 1080 and 1070ti we have in the house.
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MSI is no good at honoring their warranties.
Yesssss!!! I learned this when their "Twin Frozr" card had fan issues and they told me to pound sound , apparently it was a huge issue too
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How good is this processor and is it worth getting now or is it better to wait until prices drop after CES after the new line is announced?
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This drops a $100 and it will finally be at the price it should be.
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i hope it will run 1080p
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was $599.99 for EVGA 2080 Black Edition 2 weeks ago with the 15% site wide bay promo and they only charge tax in 2 states.
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This card has a fatal design flaw. The VRM heat sink is detached from the fins. Eventually you will see the VRM to reach over 100 Celsius and card may randomly shut down or having artifacts.
So you are saying the fans will melt on these cards since they run extra hot?
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seems hard to justify these cards when a 1070ti was recently $350 for most of us. I bought a 1070ti recently and in that thread it was mentioned the 2060s are coming out real soon and expected to also be around $350. If so, id hope they would put downward pressure on these 2080s. Anyone notice better VR experience going from 1080 to 2080s?
2080s have slightly better performance than 1080 ti for "normal" games, and for games with DLSS support there's a very massive performance boost. With graphics cards, there has always been a very steep decline in terms of price to performance ratio when you move up from the mid-range (the xx60 series) to the high end (xx80) or enthusiast (xx80 ti) range.
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