PC Graphics Cards ((2080 Ti, 2070))

Discussion in 'Price Check Forum' started by Terreos, Feb 6, 2021.

  1. Terreos

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    Well, looking at eBay, the cheapest RTX 2070 is about $470 and the cheapest RTX 2080Ti is $950.
    Maybe $400 for the RTX 2070 and $800 for the RTX 2080 Ti for quick sells? I could be underpricing the RTX 2080 Ti.
     
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    Wow. Sellers market that’s for sure. Guess I’ll be sure to double check eBay again when I put them up for sale.
     
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    Supply and demand. The GPU market is ****ed these days
     
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    Just checked again. Currently, the cheapest RTX 2070 is $607, and cheapest RTX 2080 Ti is about $1000.
    Hilariously, the Alienware Area 51m RTX 2070 is cheaper than the cheapest RTX 2070 by $7.
     
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    Man this is like stocks. Price is gonna rise and suddenly crash. ;)
     
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    I was fully intent on building a desktop to replace my M18x R2. However CPU and GPU prices being as inflated as they are now, it was more cost efficient to buy a $1300 Razer RTX 2080SMQ laptop than it was to build a desktop. The supply issues have really put the prices out of whack and it doesn’t seem like it will be getting better in 2021. Maybe 2022 we will have a sane component market again
     
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    $1300 for a 2080SMQ machine? Yeeeaaah man that’s a good value. So long as she was in good shape and runs well for a few years. I mess around on my laptop more than my desktop so I’m still probably gonna sell soon. The 2070 for sure is going up for sale. The 2080Ti might not since I have no idea when I’d be able to replace it.
     
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