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I genuinely would like to know why people are buying the GTX 280 TI at current price. Not saying that is a bad/good price, I am just curious about why people are willing to pay that price. Personally, I would never buy it for the obvious reasons but I feel like I'm missing out something. Are people making money using these cards? Are you mining some weird 1000th type of crypto currency? What exactly is going on?
I bought mine last November for $1500 .est... Thats almost 10 months of gaming with the sweetest graphics and frame-rates out there for a gamer than anyone who is buying now and well worth it.

We don't live forever.. if you can afford to not wait, then don't.
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Naïve question, why is memory 11G rather than 8G or 12G?
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this price is a joke. i bought used evga 1080TI for $350 in December. No way this card is worth more than $700
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wow you guys are stupid...this year this will go down to like $500. With AMD about to release their new cards and the new line of GPUs coming out from Nvidia ...

Talk about a rip off paying over $1k for these.
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I get excited whenever my 2080 Ti alert is triggered but I always end up disappointed. It's sad that this card is almost a year old, but $1050 is still considered a "deal". No offense to OP; this is a fine price if it's what you need, but MSRP is just so overpriced. I usually splurge on the best GPUs, but I still can't justify upgrading my 2-year old $650 1080 Ti for a ~20% performance increase with an 80% price increase... it's insane. Nvidia is just price-gouging the top tier gaming cards because they have no competition (help me AMD!)

Also from my experience, Zotac service is horrible; I've done RMAs with all the main vendors and only Zotac stands out as someone I will never purchase from again... ignored emails and given the run-around for weeks. They're also the only company to completely stiff me on a mail-in-rebate (basically told me to f* off after I inquired), and I've done hundreds. Their video cards are the cheapest and have the shortest warranties for a reason.
No doubt, need some strong competition coming from AMD on this insanity to bring these prices down to earth. At what point does paying near $1k make sense for gaming on your PC for one component? It's your hard earned $$ kids. Choose wisely.
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Thank you, I am glad to see that my intuition about Zotac was on target.

I also agree with you about the flagships. The crypto boom gave NVIDIA and AMD a taste of charging a HEFTY premium and we will now see these inflated prices until people stop buying them. I was going to upgrade my 780 Ti to a 1080 Ti and then crypto hit, driving the prices way out of my range, then the Turing rumors started and I decided to wait and now I'm probably just going to stick with my trusty 780 Ti SC ACX until next year. It still does 1080p and even quite a bit of 1440p very well, I'm just wanting to get an HDR-capable card for my X900F TV. The current prices are just crazy though. I paid $730 for my 780 Ti and swore I would never pay more for a flagship GPU so these prices are absolutely killing my interest in PC gaming.
i paid for my msi gaming x 1080 ti a year ago for 520. I think it was the best decision i made. I really enjoy 1440p 120hz gaming on my samsung 65" 6qfn tv. I cant stand 4k @60hz and the 2080ti doesnt have enough power for high refresh rates unless you turn down the qualify... Just isnt justifiable. 1440p gaming is the sweet spot for me right now.

Pick up a used 1080ti or wait for a good sale on a 2080. Hopefully intel and amd can shake things up and drive prices down next year...
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It's a great CUDA card for scientific computing purposes. My university uses 1080 Ti cards on our supercluster.
Yeah but the cypto farms are not buying these up anymore. I doubt your Uni etc is causing prices to remain high.

The vram shortage might be delaying a drop in prices which is expected to be around 20% after the cypto demand spike. And there has already been a drop in prices.

Probably the best bang for your buck is:
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Ti

At the moment.
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Price for being the "best", flagship stuff is expensive for a reason. They are still way overpriced and they are still selling like anything, the even higher end models like Lightning are out of stock everywhere,
I'm not sure that's true for the 2080 Ti as of late.

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(/sarcasm on) RAY TRACING YES !! (/sarcasm off)
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"high-end 7nm Navi-powered gaming graphics cards are en route." - AMD President and CEO Dr. Lisa Su
Stand fast. Nvidia is about to finally get a little taste of competition in this space soon.
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I get excited whenever my 2080 Ti alert is triggered but I always end up disappointed. It's sad that this card is almost a year old, but $1050 is still considered a "deal". No offense to OP; this is a fine price if it's what you need, but MSRP is just so overpriced. I usually splurge on the best GPUs, but I still can't justify upgrading my 2-year old $650 1080 Ti for a ~20% performance increase with an 80% price increase... it's insane. Nvidia is just price-gouging the top tier gaming cards because they have no competition (help me AMD!)

Also from my experience, Zotac service is horrible; I've done RMAs with all the main vendors and only Zotac stands out as someone I will never purchase from again... ignored emails and given the run-around for weeks. They're also the only company to completely stiff me on a mail-in-rebate (basically told me to f* off after I inquired), and I've done hundreds. Their video cards are the cheapest and have the shortest warranties for a reason.
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It's all good. I'm just going to wait. Thanks for the info though.
This is in no way to call into doubt Yottabyte's experience, but I personally had a good RMA experience with Zotac, though for an SSD. Maybe that is different from their GPU RMA department, so take it for whatever you want.

Like with most other vendors, I had to pay for shipping to them, and they paid for shipping to me. But it was fast (it was with them for 2-3 days) and communication during the process was A+: they kept me updated with emails every time there was a status change, and when I first called them to ask how to even do an RMA, their CS people were super friendly and helpful.

Again, YMMV and all that, and I wouldn't go out of my way to buy a Zotac product (like I would for an EVGA, for instance), but based on my personal experience I wouldn't be afraid to buy from them either.
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Naïve question, why is memory 11G rather than 8G or 12G?
Titan is 12GB, and 2080 is 8GB, so this is (probably) primarily to differentiate across markets. They'd like you to buy this, but they'd rather you buy the Titan if you reeeeeally need that extra one GB Smilie
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Just bought 2. Those are great graphic cards, I am using them as a door stoppers, also I put one under one of my chairs legs and now my chair is very stable. Highly recommend
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Ray tracing is amazing. If you are a graphics enthusiast this is the card to get. Metro Exodus, Quake, Shadow of the Tomb Raider. I bought this last year at this price. Will warm you mine wouldn't load the software and had to be mailed back at my expense, then Zotac mailed a different card back to me weeks later in a very unprotected box. I have never had a bad card before and wasn't super impressed with the RMA, so look at other brands for a better process.
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