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Hey guys.

I've currently got an Xfx RX 5700 Xl Dd Boost up Ultra GPU flashed to an xt variant.

I'm thinking to sell now and chase down an rx 6800 or maybe go nvidia this time round.

Now I haven't been keeping up to date with the crazy times that we appear to be in now and I'm probably not going to actually find a replacement GPu any time soon..

If I were to sell my GPU then how much are these actually worth now?
I bought on amazon last march for 266 pounds which was 291 euro for me.
How much could I actually sell it for now?

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Given how any half decent graphics card is almost impossible to find and if you do, it's way overpriced, I say stick with your current card. If you manage to see one, then buy it double quick and then sell your current one.
 
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Wouldn't be surprised to see that go for $350-400+
 
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stick, the card you have will be good for a long while yet. dont pay through the nose for the latest gen unless you can find one for MSRP but there like hens teeth.
 
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And you'll pay how much for 6800? €1000+? Not worth it right now m8.
 
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More like $1500+ for a 6800 nonXT and $1800+ for the XT... Its insane for ~600$ and 1000$ MSRP cards.
 
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If you priced it at what you paid for it, it would sell very quickly. I agree with @qubit make sure you can actually get a new GPU first.
Or get the new gpu first.
 
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Keep your card for a while, until things get better, and don't give scammer scalpers any money.
 
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The GPU market is batshit crazy right now, for both the newest generation of cards from AMD and Nvidia and previous generations. But I can understand that pull to sell your current card in a market that will pretty much guarantee it WILL sell for more than what you paid for it. I'm currently experiencing this "pull" as well. I bought my GTX 1660 Super last year for $270 USD before tax.That same card is now selling for between $400 and $430 USD on Ebay right now. Damn right I'm tempted...until I remind myself that even 5600XT's are going for batshit crazy money right now, nevermind the newer stuff. So the market right now is in a situation of damned if you do, damned if you don't.
 
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More like $1500+ for a 6800 nonXT and $1800+ for the XT... Its insane for ~600$ and 1000$ MSRP cards.

i have a 6800 non-xt i still don't understand why it's overpriced. ethereum mining only makes around 8 bucks a day on it. and thats before you factor in fees/electricity/taxes when you decide to cash out. and there is an article i read recently that shows miner cards actually do lose FPS in games over time. not much like 5-7 fps or so. but still... lol

my guess is max you can make once it finally is time to cash out is around 5 bucks per day... if lucky most likely 4 cause you prob will sell when it starts crashing hard. so 100 bucks profit if lucky for one months 24/7 mining work. unless the price triples but even then it will be harder to mine once it triples. eh its w.e
 
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The GPU market is batshit crazy right now, for both the newest generation of cards from AMD and Nvidia and previous generations. But I can understand that pull to sell your current card in a market that will pretty much guarantee it WILL sell for more than what you paid for it. I'm currently experiencing this "pull" as well.
I'm almost tempted to get off my arse and dig out the three GPUs I have sat in storage, it's not like I am using them, but I would have to move so much stuff just to find them. :laugh:
 
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i have a 6800 non-xt i still don't understand why it's overpriced. ethereum mining only makes around 8 bucks a day on it. and thats before you factor in fees/electricity/taxes when you decide to cash out. and there is an article i read recently that shows miner cards actually do lose FPS in games over time. not much like 5-7 fps or so. but still... lol

my guess is max you can make once it finally is time to cash out is around 5 bucks per day... if lucky most likely 4 cause you prob will sell when it starts crashing hard. so 100 bucks profit if lucky for one months 24/7 mining work. unless the price triples but even then it will be harder to mine once it triples. eh its w.e


8x30 is 240 a month and depending on Eth price and mining difficulty could be from 2000 up to 3-4000 a year. What could worth tomorrow what you mine today is totally different. I was mining with 580s when the eth mine and electricity bills was equal, but today my earnings worth over 4 times what I paid for acquiring cards and electricity bills. So you’re looking it wrong. All sellers know what GPUs worth for miners. And the fact that prices ain’t coming down means that miners do get them even at those prices.
 
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i have a 6800 non-xt i still don't understand why it's overpriced. ethereum mining only makes around 8 bucks a day on it. and thats before you factor in fees/electricity/taxes when you decide to cash out. and there is an article i read recently that shows miner cards actually do lose FPS in games over time. not much like 5-7 fps or so. but still... lol

my guess is max you can make once it finally is time to cash out is around 5 bucks per day... if lucky most likely 4 cause you prob will sell when it starts crashing hard. so 100 bucks profit if lucky for one months 24/7 mining work. unless the price triples but even then it will be harder to mine once it triples. eh its w.e
Ah that miner card vs new gpu article is kinda full of BS. They knowingly tested a miner card with its old, used up and dried out paste and thermal pads. They admitted this in the review so its not that useful and kinda BS in that it's not a fair test. I don't think they even cleaned it either. They should have tested it after at least replacing the paste and blowing the dust out because as the test goes it's rather flawed. Between us what we're really interested in is whether the miner card degraded or not and that requires knowing what its max stable overclock was while new compared to after years of mining. That article and its testing doesn't even attempt to answer and well it is hard to test given the length of time involved. Add to that a miner card if done right (for efficiency) would be used under a reduced power draw profile with reduced memory clocks etc. so it might have less wear on it comparatively. I write this because a gamers card will be hammered on at max boost clocks on air. Years of that type of usage tends to degrade the silicon so it's not unusual for gaming cards to die after 4-5 years of use.
 
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Ah that miner card vs new gpu article is kinda full of BS. They knowingly tested a miner card with its old, used up and dried out paste and thermal pads. They admitted this in the review so its not that useful and kinda BS in that it's not a fair test. I don't think they even cleaned it either. They should have tested it after at least replacing the paste and blowing the dust out because as the test goes it's rather flawed. Between us what we're really interested in is whether the miner card degraded or not and that requires knowing what its max stable overclock was while new compared to after years of mining. That article and its testing doesn't even attempt to answer and well it is hard to test given the length of time involved. Add to that a miner card if done right (for efficiency) would be used under a reduced power draw profile with reduced memory clocks etc. so it might have less wear on it comparatively. I write this because a gamers card will be hammered on at max boost clocks on air. Years of that type of usage tends to degrade the silicon so it's not unusual for gaming cards to die after 4-5 years of use.

i didn't read it all so that's good to know.

8x30 is 240 a month and depending on Eth price and mining difficulty could be from 2000 up to 3-4000 a year. What could worth tomorrow what you mine today is totally different. I was mining with 580s when the eth mine and electricity bills was equal, but today my earnings worth over 10 times what I paid for acquiring cards and electricity bills. So you’re looking it wrong. All sellers know what GPUs worth for miners. And the fact that prices ain’t coming down means that miners do get them even at those prices.

honestly just not sure i care anymore about much of anything, so more power to you and all your future wealth. i do hope you held on to what you mined with those 580s though, that would be a nice payday right now. i have nothing against small time miners like yourself. it's just not for me.
 
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I was just stating the facts. I wasn’t trying to convince anyone that mining is what they should or want to do. If it’s good or bad. Or whatever. You said you didn’t understand it because of the 8$ per day, and I was explaining what miners and sellers thinking...

This is what’s happening with the GPU prices. We like it or not...
 
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I was just stating the facts. I wasn’t trying to convince anyone that mining is what they should or want to do. If it’s good or bad. Or whatever. You said you didn’t understand it because of the 8$ per day, and I was explaining what miners and sellers thinking...

This is what’s happening with the GPU prices. We like it or not...

you are still placing a bet though, and you are betting on ethereum doubling in price or more again... and keep in mind Yellen and the IMF have both announced more regulations and taxes for cryptocurrency are incoming, they just gave no timeline and no more details than that... so... I'm wary of placing a bet on doubling in price. i still believe governments of the world will never allow their fiat to be undermined, and that's exactly what crypto is doing, especially as Yellen and other old timers are finally learning regulations simply don't work, and what option will that leave them? banning exchanges, banning banks and companies allowing it's use.

no one knows how this is all going to play out. that's the problem, it's still just a bet.
 
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When any kind of investment or a simple bet had guaranteed return?
 
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Thank you for all the tips and advice lads ^^

I've decided against selling and just hold onto it until things calm down and gpus are priced correctly!

I did post my GPU on 2 sites and within an hour I was already offered 750 euro asking price which I didn't expect at all but it did....
I deleted both ads anyway but I'm amazed at how much people are willing to spend on this card!
 
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Thank you for all the tips and advice lads ^^

I've decided against selling and just hold onto it until things calm down and gpus are priced correctly!

I did post my GPU on 2 sites and within an hour I was already offered 750 euro asking price which I didn't expect at all but it did....
I deleted both ads anyway but I'm amazed at how much people are willing to spend on this card!


won't lie, I was tempted to sell as well, never made double profit on anything in my life and had a chance with my rx 6800 non-xt. but I eventually came to a similar conclusion. at end of day $500 gain really isn't all that much, plus I am really enjoying gaming right now... it's one of the few things keeping me sane. now if someone offered me like 2k for it, yeah i'd prob do it then, cause there are plenty of indie games I can play on a cheap $100 card for now. lol but they aren't selling for that much so meh.
 
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You can sell your entire PC and look for pre-built over at overclockers. A pre-configured PC with 5600X + B550 + RTX 3070 cost just south of 1600 quids, you don't really spend much and get a better CPU and GPU.
 
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You can sell your entire PC and look for pre-built over at overclockers. A pre-configured PC with 5600X + B550 + RTX 3070 cost just south of 1600 quids, you don't really spend much and get a better CPU and GPU.
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Sell your GPU for 500/600 euro and wait with me for prices to come down, hehem
 
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