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MSI GTX 1080 GAMING X 8G - Grade C - £399.99 delivered! @ techsave2006 / eBay

£399.99 @ eBay
Just bought this. 2 left.Sick price! Was going to buy private used ones for £430-£450 with no warranty. This comes with 12 months. Will buy a 1080Ti in a few months once AIBs are in stock and pric… Read More
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3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago
Just bought this. 2 left.Sick price! Was going to buy private used ones for £430-£450 with no warranty. This comes with 12 months.

Will buy a 1080Ti in a few months once AIBs are in stock and prices stabilise.
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#1
Great price right there. Most places I've seen are around £500 (more at some). The new 1080Ti is going to be around £699 which is Nvidia's RRP on there site.

Edit: Just noticed it's grade C but still good as it has a 12 month warranty. A lot of AIB's will still take the cards after that and offer the full 3 years.

Edited By: ricky1234561 on Mar 03, 2017 15:08
1 Like #2
refurbed?. ill pass, rather pay an extra 100.
#3
seems a good deal but boy do these companies kick their consumers hard with the price levels for their cards. Just bought a 4gb rx480 for £146 new and there's no way in hell that a 1080 should be £400 more (new)
#4
The prices of cards have gone up since the last one I purchased, a GeForce 256. I like the convenience of consoles nowadays.
2 Likes #5
Cold for using the word "sick"
#6
Grade C? Not paying £400 for that
#7
iand123
The prices of cards have gone up since the last one I purchased, a GeForce 256. I like the convenience of consoles nowadays.


I used to have that card!
#8
0 in stock now. Nothing to see here....
2 Likes #9
Lashley
Grade C? Not paying £400 for that

Don't be a snob. Grade C simply means they kicked it around the car park a few dozen times. Ha
#10
What is the definition of grade C?
1 Like #11
how does a GPU even get into a grade C state, it gets fitted into a pc and left alone?
#12
The are likely returns that MSI processed that were not actually faulty.
1 Like #13
Destard
What is the definition of grade C?
Grade A
Open boxed returns/cancelled orders - these come complete and as new other than the manufacturer's seal may be broken.
Retail boxed
All Accessories included
Full Manufacturers Warranty
Grade B
Again these units come "as new", other than our engineers will have powered up the machine to ensure that it is fully functional.
Retail Boxed
All Accessories Included
Full Manufacturers Warranty
May have very light cosmetic markings - from product test
Internal packaging on accessories maybe missing - from product test
Grade C
Units will have been tested by our engineers and will show signs of demonstration or light use.
Retail Boxed
May be missing non-essential accessories*
May be missing original internal packaging
Printer ink/toner cartridges will be installed
May have light cosmetic markings to areas visible when in use - screen bezel for e.g.
May have cosmetic markings to areas not visible when in use - base plate for e.g.
Balance of Manufacturers Warranty/60 Day return to Exertis
Grade D
Units will have been tested by our engineers and will show signs of significant use.
May be missing original packaging
May be missing non-essential accessories*
May be missing 'In the box' items**
Printer ink/toner cartridges will be installed and heavily used
May have cosmetic markings to areas visible when in use - screen bezel for e.g.
May have heavy cosmetic markings to areas not visible when in use
Balance of Manufacturers Warranty/60 Day return to Exertis
Grade E
Grade E is the final grade we offer for sale. Again these will have been tested by our engineers and deemed to be working and fit for purpose.
May be missing original packaging
May be missing non-essential accessories*
May be missing 'In the box' items**
Printer ink/toner cartridges will be installed and may be fully consumed
May have cosmetic markings or light structural damage to areas visible when in use
May have heavy cosmetic or structural damage to areas not visible when in use
Warranty - 48hr Return to Exertis, if item not as described
#14
Speedsurfer
The are likely returns that MSI processed that were not actually faulty.
I think they will just have CD and manual missing. GPUs don't tend to get scratched. 12 months that warranty so no risk of DOA. I'm actually quite happy. Was about to drop 700 on the ti
#15
Could just be a bare card but honestly there are not really any accessories you need. It is a very decent price regardless.
#16
I'm selling my grade B+ card. Lol.. because I used it 4 months.
#17
Has been dispatched today. Expecting it tomorrow! If anyone wants my old 970, i have stuck it on the FS section here.
1 Like #18
It just arrived now. Sealed box. Looks brand new. No dust on fans. Not any signs of use. Now to put it in and see if it works. Checked this ebayers feedback and some guy bought same card for 380 a few days ago so I got charged extra £20! Bargain still.

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