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friend wanted to sell this 1080 vulcan triple for a $280(warant expired, fullpackage, used since 2016), also 1080ti gigbyte founder edition for $400(warranty half a year left, 2018) but no box, price is not intact, since i never own any 1080 i dont know what value for this card, also the current cost, any idea? it is worth to pay for those card? ive seen many people do sugest not to touch old gtx tech, many vary reason not to do so, just curious how well this card could be, not rly plan for daily use anyway, thx adv:)
 

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The 1080 is still pretty decent, and the 1080Ti for me is still great at 1440p.

That being said, those are not good used prices, IMHO for those cards.
 
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Depending on the intended usage, and upgrading an older card & system for a reasonable cost, yes it may be worth about $200 for the 1080 or $300 for the FE card....

However, for serious, heavy use like top-tier games or other tasks in a newer rig that can fully utilize the increased performance of newer cards, you should consider saving up a bit more $$ and get a 2070 or 2080 series card.....

Or betta yet, save some moar $$ and wait for the 3xxx series cards due out in the spring of 2020......
 
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Worth it... my favorite question that everyone has a different answer for....

Worth it, potato, is up to YOU... All you need to do is look up the performance summary of the card (TPU reviews...) and compare it to the price you can get similar cards for. Then determine if it is worth it to you.

If you aren't planning it "for daily use" what are you doing with it? What does that even mean? LOL
 
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Depends on the price sir :) I mean I paid £650 for two of my Ti's, then I had one from here with water cooling parts in (pump, rad, fittings etc.) which cost me £400.. In effect, the Ti was £300 really.. I enjoy mine and they work really well for what I use them for.

My only real issue is with my monitors, I wish I had at least 1440P screens :(

I have gone for EVGA cards but the one that came with the water block was a reference MSI card. I'm unsure on Gigabyte's cooling since the RX 480's G1 Gaming models I think, I had in the past, sucked...
 
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The 1080 is still pretty decent, and the 1080Ti for me is still great at 1440p.

That being said, those are not good used prices, IMHO for those cards.
not good price okey note it thx

Depending on the intended usage, and upgrading an older card & system for a reasonable cost, yes it may be worth about $200 for the 1080 or $300 for the FE card....

However, for serious, heavy use like top-tier games or other tasks in a newer rig that can fully utilize the increased performance of newer cards, you should consider saving up a bit more $$ and get a 2070 or 2080 series card.....

Or betta yet, save some moar $$ and wait for the 3xxx series cards due out in the spring of 2020......
will adjust the cost, anyway whats 3xxx? is it nvidia new card?

Worth it... my favorite question that everyone has a different answer for....

Worth it, potato, is up to YOU... All you need to do is look up the performance summary of the card (TPU reviews...) and compare it to the price you can get similar cards for. Then determine if it is worth it to you.

If you aren't planning it "for daily use" what are you doing with it? What does that even mean? LOL
i love to testing only, can also be my collection or trade/resell for other electronic part again hehe
 
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Didn't you just recently say that you don't need a faster gpu as it would be bottlenecked by your cpu? Like yesterday or day before that?
 
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Depends on the price sir :) I mean I paid £650 for two of my Ti's, then I had one from here with water cooling parts in (pump, rad, fittings etc.) which cost me £400.. In effect, the Ti was £300 really.. I enjoy mine and they work really well for what I use them for.

My only real issue is with my monitors, I wish I had at least 1440P screens :(

I have gone for EVGA cards but the one that came with the water block was a reference MSI card. I'm unsure on Gigabyte's cooling since the RX 480's G1 Gaming models I think, I had in the past, sucked...
this is somewhat under my consideration too, since im a 1080p user, it would be a waste using top tier such 1080, and yes for some reason gigabyte quite avoid by local market
 
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When it comes to performance:
- Today GTX1080 is around RTX2060 and GTX1080Ti is outclassed by RTX2070S/RTX2080.
- In older games, GTX1080 was/is close to RTX2070 and GTX1080Ti is around RTX2080.

This is not about Nvidia nerfing the old cards as someone will inevitably suggest but newer games using more and more new features that Turing cards have compared to Pascal - RPM (2xFP16), concurrent FP and INT, larger caches pretty much across the board etc.

Whether it is worth it depends on the price. $280 and $400 do not seem to be good prices even when compared to Nvidia's newer cards:
- GTX1080Ti at $400 compared to RTX2070S (faster, cooler, newer ) is $500 new with warranty and all.
- GTX1080 at $280 is in a better spot. RTX2060 (about the same, performance-wise) at $340 new compares reasonably well but it is replaced with RTX2060S which is faster but also much more expensive at $390-$400.

Also - most importantly - do not forget that RX5700 at little over $300 blows GTX1080 out of the water in terms of performance and RX5700XT at $380-$400 is only slightly slower than GTX1080Ti.
 
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Didn't you just recently say that you don't need a faster gpu as it would be bottlenecked by your cpu? Like yesterday or day before that?
doesnt mean i wont pay for it heh, if the oportuny is right, i dont mind pay for anything:D
 

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Look at what other cards are selling for, tbf if it is dusty It better be sold at a middle or lower price.

Also if he is your 'friend' he better give you a good deal on it considering rx5700/xts are a good sweet spot now.
 
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this is somewhat under my consideration too, since im a 1080p user, it would be a waste using top tier such 1080, and yes for some reason gigabyte quite avoid by local market
I run triple screens as well, so the Ti works rather well for me but I wish I just had bigger screens regardless :( lol I only use the two in the PC together simply because it saves another one being on the side of the desk not being used :) If I could fit in the third, I'd have tried that as well :laugh:
 
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Until 2 weeks ago I had a 1080Ti and I'd say it is very good as long as you don't want AAA games at full Ultra detail at 4K resolution. Below that it is perfect.
 
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Benchmark Scores theres nothing to brag abt potato, but it can run decent 30fps fullhd with good setting:)
okey thx for the advise and info guys, ive seen tpu bench, that it barely tradeblow with 1070ti, only 4% or so, under cost prespective aint worth $280 indeed, let see it nontheless, will look into on sunday, guess im not sure if i can push it for vulcan $200, thats just absurb to do such one side deal, we are friend afterall, but worth a try hehe
last question: do my ryzen 2200 can handle gtx1080? obviously not right?! hmm okey:D
 

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whats 3xxx? is it nvidia new card?
Yes, this will be the next series of new nvidia GTX cards, as in 3060, 3070, 3080 etc....

Prob gonna be pricey, at least at first, but that will usually cause the prices of the 2x cards to start dropping down to moar reasonable levels :)
 

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better buy 1660 super $230. for the unused status and warranty. SH 1080 is just wasted.
3000 series will be next year, new generation releases every 2 years. might be worth saving the $230 and get 60% fatser 3060 for 330 or something like that, but at this point should also migrate to 6 core ..
 
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1080 for around 150-185 seems about right at this point in time. Variation depending on what state it is in, if its pristine, 185. Like ppn pointed out, a new card for a small price premium is naturally the better choice, you get the money back when you sell that off again, and then some... Warranty I wouldn't really worry about, if a card lasted 3 years it will last another two - and you don't know how long a new product will actually last - could also be 1 day past warranty ;)

1080ti, I'd say around 275-350, again depending on how it looks. and if well cooled.

Both are well balanced cards and they'll do fine for now and near future.
 
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better buy 1660 super $230. for the unused status and warranty. SH 1080 is just wasted.
3000 series will be next year, new generation releases every 2 years. might be worth saving the $230 and get 60% fatser 3060 for 330 or something like that, but at this point should also migrate to 6 core ..
actually i dont rly need for upgrade atm, still good palying with lowend card:), anyway 60% faster thats insane :twitch:, think i should get info abt those next gen nvidia, sounds fantastic
 

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1080 for around 150-185 seems about right at this point in time. Variation depending on what state it is in, if its pristine, 185. Like ppn pointed out, a new card for a small price premium is naturally the better choice, you get the money back when you sell that off again, and then some... Warranty I wouldn't really worry about, if a card lasted 3 years it will last another two - and you don't know how long a new product will actually last - could also be 1 day past warranty ;)

1080ti, I'd say around 275-350, again depending on how it looks. and if well cooled.

Both are well balanced cards and they'll do fine for now and near future.
Ohh where I live the 1070's go for $200 minimum. :( 1080ti 400 minimum.
 
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1080 for around 150-185 seems about right at this point in time. Variation depending on what state it is in, if its pristine, 185. Like ppn pointed out, a new card for a small price premium is naturally the better choice, you get the money back when you sell that off again, and then some... Warranty I wouldn't really worry about, if a card lasted 3 years it will last another two - and you don't know how long a new product will actually last - could also be 1 day past warranty ;)

1080ti, I'd say around 275-350, again depending on how it looks. and if well cooled.

Both are well balanced cards and they'll do fine for now and near future.
wish i could push $150 tho the cheapest 1070ti i get back day is around $160 palit, will see of i can get it $150, i think $200 will do, is a win2 solution for both of us, its just seems not right to call for $150price hehe, thx for pointing out cost anyway:toast:

Ohh where I live the 1070's go for $200 minimum. :( 1080ti 400 minimum.
same here bro, the price is tricky smh unfortunetly heh:D
 
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Ohh where I live the 1070's go for $200 minimum. :( 1080ti 400 minimum.
1080ti at 400 can't last long now...it all depends on availability and pricing of 2070S... and how saturated the local market is at that performance point. But with Navi being rather close as well, 400 is hard to justify IMO.
 
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System Name just ordinary potato system, but dont understimate potato..
Processor ryzen raven ridge 2200g
Motherboard msi b350 pc mate
Cooling x2 cheap china handmade
Memory klevv dual channel 3000mhz, random ddr2 stick
Video Card(s) vega 8, rx 580, 1080ti, rx480, gtx 980
Storage wd green ssd 240gb, 3tb seagate expnasion, random laptop hdd x4, 1tb 3.5
Display(s) acer vgo 22inch fullhd 75hz
Case cheap segotep/dazumba mid atx, alcatroz mini atx
Audio Device(s) genius retro wood style, harman kardon stick iii
Power Supply be quite system power9, powerlogic standar, voltron 300fx
Mouse rexus, genius ps/2, powerlogic ps/2 ball tracking
Keyboard rexus, random china product x3
Software talking abt best software, autodesk/unity3d/notepad yes notepad!!
Benchmark Scores theres nothing to brag abt potato, but it can run decent 30fps fullhd with good setting:)
while looking for 3060 info i ended on this page and see this, what the heck is rx3080, is this just a rumor? shouldnt is suppsse to be nvidia mark as rtx 3080, thats strange info one :twitch: , whatever is, if this is true damn, $249 on that preformance would be a bigbang bucks
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Memory Patriot Viper 16gb ddr4400
Video Card(s) Asus GTX 1070 HB SLI
Storage 9.5tb
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Case Thermaltake Core v71
Audio Device(s) iFi Nano Idsd Le, Creative T20 + T50, Sennheiser HD6Mix
Power Supply EVGA Supernova G2 1000w
Mouse Logitech G502 Hero custom w. G900 scroll wheel mod
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Software Win 10 Pro
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Where do you live potato? In Canada a used 1080ti is like $600 and still a very good card. About as good as a 2070 super performance wise, but as a ti card it's got 11gb vram.
 
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