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GIGABYTE Radeon RX 6900 XT GAMING 16GB GDDR6 OC Video Card EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has GIGABYTE Radeon RX 6900 XT GAMING 16GB GDDR6 OC Video Card (GV-R69XTGAMING OC-16GD) on sale for $849.99 - $70 Off w/ promo code VGAEXCFT46 - $50 Rebate = $729.99. Shipping is free.

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Note, includes bonus Radeon Raise the Game Bundle which includes PC Digital Copies of Forspoken + Saints Row + Sniper Elite 5 (details)

About this Product:
  • Powered by RDNA2 Radeon RX 6900 XT
  • Integrated with 16GB GDDR6 256-bit memory interface
  • WINDFORCE 3X Cooling System with alternate spinning fans
  • Graphene nano lubricant
  • RGB Fusion 2.0
  • Dual BIOS
  • Protection metal back plate
  • Boost Clock : up to 2285 MHz (Reference card: 2250 MHz)
  • Game Clock* : up to 2050 MHz (Reference card: 2015 MHz)

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  • Warranty: Includes 3-Year Warranty for parts and labor
  • Rebate Terms:
    • Rebate is valid on purchases made between 07/01/2022 and 07/31/2022.
    • Submission must be postmarked no later than 08/30/2022 in order to qualify.
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  • The Prepaid Card will expire 6 months from the issuance date.
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Newegg has the Gigabyte Radeon RX 6900 XT Gaming OC GPU back on deal for $779 with a $50 mail-in rebate (prepaid card). Effectively $729 + Tax (yea yea I await the comments saying that MIR doesn't equal cash...)

Shipping is free

I'm not sure why this is a cheaper card, it's lightly overclocked so it's speeds are on par with more expensive versions. I specifically purchased this one because (apparently) it's only 286mm long which is much shorter than the 330mm 6800XT cards I was looking at.

Specs: Model Brand: GIGABYTE
Series: Gaming
Model: GV-R69XTGAMING OC-16GD
Interface: Interface PCI Express 4.0
Chipset: Chipset ManufacturerAMD
GPU Series: AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series
GPU: Radeon RX 6900 XT
Game Clock: 2050 MHz
Boost Clock: 2285 MHz
Stream Processors: 5120 Stream Processors
Memory: Effective Memory Clock 16000 MHz
Memory Size: 16GB
Memory Interface: 256-Bit
Memory Type: GDDR6
3D API: DirectX DirectX 12 Ultimate
OpenGL: OpenGL 4.6
Ports: Multi-Monitor Support 4
HDMI 2 x HDMI 2.1
Display Port 2 x DisplayPort 1.4a
Details Max Resolution7680 x 4320
Virtual Reality Ready: Yes
Cooler: WINDFORCE 3X
System Requirements: System PSU Limitation: 850W
Power Connector: 3 x 8-Pin
Form Factor: ATX
Max GPU Length: 286 mm
Card Dimensions: (L x H)11.26" x 4.65"
Slot Width: Triple Slot

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Actual original cost is $1049.99 for those that care. This seems to be an actual good deal for these...not in the market for one, but I'd buy it if I was!
The thought of being able to max-out the graphics settings in 4K and get stable 60FPS for Microsoft Flight Simulator is making me salivate.
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Chinese Retailers Selling AMD & NVIDIA Entire Graphics Card Lineup Significantly Below MSRP, Prices Drop Up To 38%
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Actual original cost is $1049.99 for those that care. This seems to be an actual good deal for these...not in the market for one, but I'd buy it if I was!
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It's been on sale for this price for over 12 hours and it's still not sold out.

What's the buy price on a 6900 now $600-$650?
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The thought of being able to max-out the graphics settings in 4K and get stable 60FPS for Microsoft Flight Simulator is making me salivate.
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It's been on sale for this price for over 12 hours and it's still not sold out.

What's the buy price on a 6900 now $600-$650?
I don't think it's relative to the deal. No matter what the price it's a ton of money. So I really has to think about it. Been waiting for a few weeks now and didn't jump on the last deal for this card around this price so finally I decided it was time.

High end desktops are not a volume business. It's also possible they people aren't even looking for the 6900XT assuming it's more than the 6800XT.
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That site does make false claims all the time to influence the stock market, but this current price does kind of line up with that $1,049 msrp down to $730 is about 31% discount. It wouldn't surprise me if this continued dropping but my thing is eventually they'll stop making them. Not going to make cards and take a loss, they'll reduce supply and move on to the next gen. Unfortunately its ill advised to buy any used GPUs these days since minign cards are totally destroyed and then put on eBay and Amazon.

This one fit the bill of being only 286mm long which I didn't realize was a limit I needed until this morning lol the case I'm using has a max limit of 300mm-ish, if I have the clu radiator set up in side format
Total misconception. Mining cards have been abused, but definitely not destroyed. Most serious miners actually take better care of their cards than most gamers who let them suffer in hot closed cases with little to no dust maintenance.

If you're nervous about a card, clean up the fans (you should do this anyway) and replace the thermal pads/paste. If the card is working when it arrives, it's most likely going to continue to work. Performance will be the same as a new card. Silicone doesn't just degrade and neither do its electrical connection points. There's no moving parts on the PCB/chips themselves so there's nothing to wear out. As long as connections are intact, it will continue to function as expected. The only things that wear out are the fans themselves (easy repair) or the effectiveness of the thermal pads/paste (also an easy replacement). For instance, I have an AMD RX 480 that I bought used for $80 after the 2018 mining crash... It has been in my wife's hackintosh for 4 years now and still is working perfectly fine.

However, if you want to spend 2-3x what MSRP should be, by all means, but I thought this was SlickDeals?
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That site does make false claims all the time to influence the stock market, but this current price does kind of line up with that $1,049 msrp down to $730 is about 31% discount. It wouldn't surprise me if this continued dropping but my thing is eventually they'll stop making them.

Unfortunately (or fortunately for us!) manufacturing doesn't work that way. Chip manufacturers are contracted out to make chips ahead of time. GPUs aren't just made in just a few days or even weeks. The whole assembly and process is months in time. Chips are contracted out to a company like Samsung or TSMC, then the chips are cut out of the wafer and tested, then moves to the next process. The cards arriving at vendors are from chips that started their life in manufacturing as long as 3 or more months prior. Cancelling chips from being manufactured doesn't let the manufacturer (in this case, TSMC or Samsung) lose money because Nvidia and AMD has already paid for the number to be made. So it's either lose money paying for chips not made anyway, or lose partial at retail.
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At this point, I just wanna watch it dropping everyday
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Great deal, but stay away ...far away from Gigabyte. They are terrible products with even more terrible customer support. I have several products from them, 3080, mobos, other gpus. They cheap on everything..expecially thermal pads.
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Unfortunately (or fortunately for us!) manufacturing doesn't work that way. Chip manufacturers are contracted out to make chips ahead of time. GPUs aren't just made in just a few days or even weeks. The whole assembly and process is months in time. Chips are contracted out to a company like Samsung or TSMC, then the chips are cut out of the wafer and tested, then moves to the next process. The cards arriving at vendors are from chips that started their life in manufacturing as long as 3 or more months prior. Cancelling chips from being manufactured doesn't let the manufacturer (in this case, TSMC or Samsung) lose money because Nvidia and AMD has already paid for the number to be made. So it's either lose money paying for chips not made anyway, or lose partial at retail.
Lead times were pushing 6 months as of the end of this past year [bloomberg.com]. Even if we've recently seen a drop-off in order volume with world financial conditions, I doubt TSMC is just going to let businesses off the hook for orders they have on contract. We're probably watching cards hitting shelves today that were ordered last year, back when demand was much higher.
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