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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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AMD keynote Wednesday. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif


Add that with the 2060 release and these aren't going anywhere but down in price. Don't listen to the shills try to sell you a load of BS.
Do you think this deal will still be available after the main keynote announcement? I hope they at least increase the rebate a little bit after the conference.
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AMD keynote Wednesday. Smilie


Add that with the 2060 release and these aren't going anywhere but down in price. Don't listen to the shills try to sell you a load of BS.
Like all tech products and all previous GPUs (ignoring the crazy crypto mining phase), yes these 2080 & 2080 ti prices will go down with time and as the next generation release date gets closer. But why would the AMD keynote or the 2060 release cause these cards to drop in price? The 2060 and none of expected near future AMD products will compete with these cards in terms of performance. If you want 1080 ti level of performance or better, your only options are to 1) buy a used 1080 ti for not that much cheaper than this 2) buy a 2080 or 3) buy a 2080 ti. The high-end & enthusiast level GPUs have always carry a high premium when compared to the more mainstream GPUs.
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Not holding my breath for amds Vega follow up, but you never know, they seemingly came out of nowhere with the Ryzen line and are rumored to have 7nm in production. Either way, competition only stands to benefit us the consumers. Smilie
I think AMD may surpass Intel in the CPU space soon enough, since AMD contracts out its chip fabrication to TSMC, the Taiwanese company that seems to be emerging as the most technically capable chip manufacturer in the world. Hence why AMD may get to 7nm first despite having a much smaller market share.

The same cannot be said in the GPU space since both AMD and Nvidia use TSMC. I wouldn't expect AMD to climb back up to the high end of the market any time soon unless it has something really special up its sleeve.
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I think AMD may surpass Intel in the CPU space soon enough, since AMD contracts out its chip fabrication to TSMC, the Taiwanese company that seems to be emerging as the most technically capable chip manufacturer in the world. Hence why AMD may get to 7nm first despite having a much smaller market share.

The same cannot be said in the GPU space since both AMD and Nvidia use TSMC. I wouldn't expect AMD to climb back up to the high end of the market any time soon unless it has something really special up its sleeve.
Do you think there is a big security risk of backdoor implants inside the chips by these Taiwanese companies?
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Do you think there is a big security risk of backdoor implants inside the chips by these Taiwanese companies?
There probably aren't any national security issues unless Taiwan gets its democracy and independence overrun by China, but it's a shame for the US to lose its technological edge. Hopefully Intel can stay competitive in chip manufacturing for a long time.
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MSI is no good at honoring their warranties.
I had no issue getting a GTX 580 replaced way back.
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CES gonna be good. I wouldn't buy this today.
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CES gonna be good. I wouldn't buy this today.
I'm wondering if they will announce the fix for the heat issue for this card at CES that was brought up a lot in this thread. I hope so because I am considering buying soon.
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Tempted but can't justify upgrade to this from 1080ti
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If the rumors are true about Amd announcing a gtx 1080 killer for under $300 you'll see the price for RTX dip. This isn't a bad price but honestly msrp for the 2080 should be around $500 to $600 for overclocked/FE models
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AMD keynote Wednesday. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif


Add that with the 2060 release and these aren't going anywhere but down in price. Don't listen to the shills try to sell you a load of BS.
you guys have literally said this for years and have never been right once. model has been the same since at least 2007. launch = highest price. mid season you get sales and end of life you get the best deals but by then it's end of life. nvidia is pushing sales now early cycle simply because there are so many used cards on the market from broke PoW coins and people selling them by the dozen...literally
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Like all tech products and all previous GPUs (ignoring the crazy crypto mining phase), yes these 2080 & 2080 ti prices will go down with time and as the next generation release date gets closer. But why would the AMD keynote or the 2060 release cause these cards to drop in price? The 2060 and none of expected near future AMD products will compete with these cards in terms of performance. If you want 1080 ti level of performance or better, your only options are to 1) buy a used 1080 ti for not that much cheaper than this 2) buy a 2080 or 3) buy a 2080 ti. The high-end & enthusiast level GPUs have always carry a high premium when compared to the more mainstream GPUs.
A 1080ti is way cheaper then this. Especially used. No way I would waster the extra money on a 2080 at this time.
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Tempted but can't justify upgrade to this from 1080ti
Don't be tempted. It's a waste of money to upgrade to this compared to a 1080ti let alone a 1080
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Is it worth upgrading from Msi 1080 gaming x to this? Or should I wait and buy a 2080ti when they are cheaper?
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A 1080ti is way cheaper then this. Especially used. No way I would waster the extra money on a 2080 at this time.
Based on a cursory glance on ebay, it seems like the vast majority of used 1080 ti are selling for around $550. Getting a brand new card, the slight performance advantage over a 1080 ti for regular games, significantly better performance for DLSS enabled games, being able to try out ray tracing for some games, getting 2 games included, getting about $83 in Egg Points seems worth the price difference to me.
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