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ASUS GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 11 GB TURBO - Like New £894.50 @ currys ebay
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ASUS GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 11 GB TURBO - Like New £894.50 @ currys ebay

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Posted 8th Jan

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Double discount as a customer return they dropped the price and then with the voucher code you get an additional £100 off.

ASUS GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 11 GB TURBO - Like New



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  • "Non-pristine" have opened boxes and/or the outer box has minor signs of age or wear - so strictly speaking can no longer be called "New".
  • "Non-pristine" products might be:
    - aged/end of range stock


    - surplus warehouse stock


    - unwanted customer returns
  • Each and every product is visually inspected to check the product is in great condition and will be:
    - like new


    - may only possess minor signs of handling


    - have insignificant cosmetic blemishes at most


    - have all accessories included
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    particularly heavy damage to the box, this will be stated in the product listing.
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man gfx cards have shot up a bit ... when i got my 1080Ti I thought paying £500 for it was a lot. (didn't vote, have no idea if it's a good price or not)
deleted238549208/01/2020 20:15

man gfx cards have shot up a bit ... when i got my 1080Ti I thought paying …man gfx cards have shot up a bit ... when i got my 1080Ti I thought paying £500 for it was a lot. (didn't vote, have no idea if it's a good price or not)


It's not.
£900 for a used blower model? You'll need that blower to deal with all the snow...
Card came back as a customer return so less than 30 days old at most and at more than £130 less than the next cheapest RTX2080ti I can find brand new. Seemed like a good deal to me. you could use the money saved to easily buy a replacement 3rd party cooler or AIO watercooler for this card.
Used is not a discount. It's used price

Looks like a failed mining card, see this with many blowers
deleted238549208/01/2020 20:15

man gfx cards have shot up a bit ... when i got my 1080Ti I thought paying …man gfx cards have shot up a bit ... when i got my 1080Ti I thought paying £500 for it was a lot. (didn't vote, have no idea if it's a good price or not)


The 1080ti was the last great value GPU. It will be years, if ever when we see another value like that. The only reason that card was so overpowered for the time is because Nvidia where scared of all the hype behind Vega 64 Which turned out to not be as good as the hype by the time it launched.
Edited by: "LazybeatX" 9th Jan
LazybeatX09/01/2020 07:31

The 1080ti was the last great value GPU. It will be years, if ever when we …The 1080ti was the last great value GPU. It will be years, if ever when we see another value like that. The only reason that card was so overpowered for the time is because Nvidia where scared of all the hype behind Vega 64 Which turned out to not be as good as the hype by the time it launched.



Exactly this, if you have a 1080ti theres been no reason to buy a new one unless ray tracing is truly a big deal to you but your paying a premium to have it.
Edited by: "Grafix" 9th Jan
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