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ASUS DUAL-RTX2070S-O8G-EVO Grade A refurbished from ASUS eBay store $549.98

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Happen to see ASUS DUAL-RTX2070S-O8G-EVO Grade A refurbished from ASUS eBay store at $550, cheaper than all the GPUs that I recently reviewed on Craigslist.

This is refurbished GPU from ASUS directly, I am more confident with the quality.

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It's sad that this is a good deal atm, repped.
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And someone bought 10 LOL WTF
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Was going to get two but seller has 0 feedback in the last 12 months. This is a red flag for me.
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And someone bought 10 LOL WTF
Miners.
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Could this be from crypto mine farm? Very sus...
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Miners.
I don't think so, i think it's scalpers. No smart miner is gonna buy these at this price now, maybe 3/4 months ago.
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Was going to get two but seller has 0 feedback in the last 12 months. This is a red flag for me.
it's sold by asus directly, unless i've missed something?
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550 for an old card, and refurbished? how is it a good deal?

I guess it's better than buying used off someone on Craigslist but still?

Asus direct? this is shameful, Asus you can do better.

I rather wait in line again at BB if I needed another card, at least I can get a new card at MSRP for sacrificing 8-10 hours camping in line lol.

Depends on bad you need a card...
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it's sold by asus directly, unless i've missed something?
It could be legit or it could be a hacked dormat account. I'm being cautious. It just looks a bit odd to me.
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Not a horrible deal - a bit better than a 3060 on toms card hierarchy but you can get brand new 3060 at microcenter for 500.. and I think this is just the tip of the iceberg for things starting to drop down over the next few months
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550 for an old card, and refurbished? how is it a good deal?

I guess it's better than buying used off someone on Craigslist but still?

Asus direct? this is shameful, Asus you can do better.

I rather wait in line again at BB if I needed another card, at least I can get a new card at MSRP for sacrificing 8-10 hours camping in line lol.

Depends on bad you need a card...
Unfortunately, not everyone can camp out at Best Buy for a day just to get a GPU. Not to mention that Nvidia doesn't seem to be making any founders edition cards anymore, so BB's stock is going to about the same as anywhere else right now, which is scarce at best.

As for these being old cards, yes, but the performance is around a 3060, and once you tack on the "Partner Tax" these are around MSRP of a 3rd party 3060.

This is a decent solution for someone in need, IMHO.

As for the card itself, I believe these are the cards ASUS released with the wrong screws attaching the heat sink to the GPU, causing there to be literally no pressure between the silicon and the cold-plate. This would cause overheating/thermal-throttling especially in a tower case where the heat-sink would end up just dangling from the mounting screws.

A simple swap of the screws likely fixed all these units, and the built-in protections of the GPU would have kept any permanent damage from happening to the components.

If I needed a GPU right now (needed being the key word) I would jump on this.
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Seems very sketchy
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Prices will continue to drop so i would pass on this
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Unfortunately, not everyone can camp out at Best Buy for a day just to get a GPU. Not to mention that Nvidia doesn't seem to be making any founders edition cards anymore, so BB's stock is going to about the same as anywhere else right now, which is scarce at best.

As for these being old cards, yes, but the performance is around a 3060, and once you tack on the "Partner Tax" these are around MSRP of a 3rd party 3060.

This is a decent solution for someone in need, IMHO.

As for the card itself, I believe these are the cards ASUS released with the wrong screws attaching the heat sink to the GPU, causing there to be literally no pressure between the silicon and the cold-plate. This would cause overheating/thermal-throttling especially in a tower case where the heat-sink would end up just dangling from the mounting screws.

A simple swap of the screws likely fixed all these units, and the built-in protections of the GPU would have kept any permanent damage from happening to the components.

If I needed a GPU right now (needed being the key word) I would jump on this.
If you don't have anything else and just need a card yes.

I've been been able to get cards but I understand not everyone is as resourceful as I am.

Last 30 series card I got was on Tuesday's best buy drop. At least in my area they dropped 200+ cards nearly everyone in line was offered to buy a card. All founders editions and all models!!! Who says they aren't making them any more? Even the elusive 3070ti founder's was there.

I feel like best buy will be doing this again but that's just my guess. It seemed really successfull for best buy and Nvidia to keep offering cards direct to gamers this way.

IMHO this isn't a good deal but everyone is needs are different.

Good luck to all. Just offering my two cents.
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