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How is Zotac with warranty service? The only component I have had fail in my 24 years building computers is video cards and I usually stick with EVGA because of their excellent service but $1050 for a 2080 Ti is tempting and it would go on my Cash Magnet so I would have AMEX's extended warranty.
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How is Zotac with warranty service? The only component I have had fail in my 24 years building computers is video cards and I usually stick with EVGA because of their excellent service but $1050 for a 2080 Ti is tempting and it would go on my Cash Magnet so I would have AMEX's extended warranty.
According to the ZOTAC Store [zotac.com], there's a standard 2-year warranty for GPUs that you can extend to 3-years simply by registering your product within 30 days of purchase.
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How is Zotac with warranty service? The only component I have had fail in my 24 years building computers is video cards and I usually stick with EVGA because of their excellent service but $1050 for a 2080 Ti is tempting and it would go on my Cash Magnet so I would have AMEX's extended warranty.
EVGA 2080ti black edition is currently $1070 at newegg, with rebate. MSRP was originally $999.
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According to the ZOTAC Store [zotac.com], there's a standard 2-year warranty for GPUs that you can extend to 3-years simply by registering your product within 30 days of purchase.
I know their warranty. How is the actual service though? Because you can have a 10 year warranty and if you have to pay shipping to China to get it serviced and wait a month, it's much better to just go EVGA and pay more.
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EVGA 2080ti black edition is currently $1070 at newegg, with rebate. MSRP was originally $999.
Yeah that's a rip off. Lowest tier crappy silicon and the price is over MSRP. Ridiculous how much of a premium these cards command to begin with and 2080 Super cards are nonstop out of stock of course.

Maybe I will just go buy a 2080 Super FTW3 Gaming on Amazon but the price is not appealing...
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I know their warranty. How is the actual service though? Because you can have a 10 year warranty and if you have to pay shipping to China to get it serviced and wait a month, it's much better to just go EVGA and pay more.
I've never RMA'ed an item with ZOTAC, so I can't speak to the actual service. Sorry.
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I've never RMA'ed an item with ZOTAC, so I can't speak to the actual service. Sorry.
It's all good. I'm just going to wait. Thanks for the info though.
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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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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?
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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?
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,
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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?
Curious as well. A grand for something that depreciates this quickly to play games would be pretty dumb unless you are making several hundred k a year or more. Must be some way to make money off it
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According to the ZOTAC Store [zotac.com], there's a standard 2-year warranty for GPUs that you can extend to 3-years simply by registering your product within 30 days of purchase.
Plus most credit cards will add a year or two the original warranty.
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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?
Time to upgrade for me, so I'm on the verge of pulling the trigger on this one. My 980 ti still does pretty well, but I've had a 4k monitor for over a year now and it's time to put it to a good use other than Excel screen real estate.
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