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ASUS TURBO-GTX1080TI-11G GeForce GTX 1080 TI 11GB GDDR5X- Used Grade A (No Box ect) £401.99 delivered @ mco_yabe / eBay
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ASUS TURBO-GTX1080TI-11G GeForce GTX 1080 TI 11GB GDDR5X- Used Grade A (No Box ect) £401.99 delivered @ mco_yabe / eBay

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You’ve just omitted possible mining rig use from the title since my original comment so my comment doesn’t now make any sense....

Ebay seller seems to be a company - so maybe it’s not used mining rig etc???

Having recently bought a used gpu off eBay- the only thing I can suggest is - don’t buy from users who are selling 10no at a time, keep to single unit sale and it’s more likely they’ve just been used in a pc for gaming use(well, that’s my thinking anyway)...

Mining rig use = on 24hrs a day working at 100%......hmmm, not voting either way as I don’t need one
Edited by: "Nealjane100" 15th Apr
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You’ve just omitted possible mining rig use from the title since my original comment so my comment doesn’t now make any sense....

Ebay seller seems to be a company - so maybe it’s not used mining rig etc???

Having recently bought a used gpu off eBay- the only thing I can suggest is - don’t buy from users who are selling 10no at a time, keep to single unit sale and it’s more likely they’ve just been used in a pc for gaming use(well, that’s my thinking anyway)...

Mining rig use = on 24hrs a day working at 100%......hmmm, not voting either way as I don’t need one
Edited by: "Nealjane100" 15th Apr
Nealjane10015/04/2020 18:46

Mining rig use = on 24hrs a day working at 100%......hmmm, not voting …Mining rig use = on 24hrs a day working at 100%......hmmm, not voting either way as I don’t need one (but even if I did , I doubt I’d buy this no matter how cheap-sorry..)


Ditto
Mining cards are normally undervolted and underclocked also in a sufficiently cooled environment. Nothing really to worry about?
Pathaleon15/04/2020 19:04

Mining cards are normally undervolted and underclocked also in a …Mining cards are normally undervolted and underclocked also in a sufficiently cooled environment. Nothing really to worry about?


It's the fans that'll be f**ked, not the silicon.
TehJumpingJawa15/04/2020 19:05

It's the fans that'll be f**ked, not the silicon.



This, and the cooler on this card is pretty terrible as well. You'd be better off with a cheaper 5700XT with a warranty if you're after performance. Don't expect to have much and ASUS certainly won't support you.
Slap a Morpheus II or Accelero III on it and you've good to go.
Edited by: "PhattyHUKD" 15th Apr
PhattyHUKD15/04/2020 19:21

Slap a Morpheus II or Accelero III on it and you've good to go.



Which brings it to almost 2070S money.. for what gain?
Always wanted one of these. The 1080TI is a truly superb card, still holding up well today and WAY ahead of anything else on it's release, some interesting documentaries on Youtube about how Nvidia actually made this card TOO good, hence why the RTX cards seemed pretty meh apart from ray tracking and I tend to agree with that. Despite all the praise of 1080TIs in general, considering the potential wear and tear one may have had by now, I wouldn't go much (if any) over £300 for one.

Think the stagnant state of the GPU market is keeping 1080TI prices up unfortunately, so I'll probably never end up owning one sadly, unless I get lucky on an eBay auction or manage to do up a cheap faulty one...
Edited by: "ST3123" 15th Apr
TehJumpingJawa15/04/2020 19:05

It's the fans that'll be f**ked, not the silicon.


Absolutely. Silicon is better off at a constant temperature 24/7 than heating and cooling all the time. Bearings in the fans however... Grab an ex mining card and chuck a water block on it is a reasonable option.
Pathaleon15/04/2020 19:04

Mining cards are normally undervolted and underclocked also in a …Mining cards are normally undervolted and underclocked also in a sufficiently cooled environment. Nothing really to worry about?


Tell that to the fans
3anana15/04/2020 19:33

Which brings it to almost 2070S money.. for what gain?



Quieter, and depending on your uses, the extra cuda cores and 11GB of VRAM may benefit you more than a 2070S.
Would rather get a used RTX2070 Super.
Is better than 1080ti and has Ray Tracing and DLSS
3anana15/04/2020 19:33

Which brings it to almost 2070S money.. for what gain?


No gain. They are roiughly equal.
Kosmonaut16/04/2020 13:19

No gain. They are roiughly equal.



2070S is a little faster actually. Here is the overall performance at 4K (which many would consider an advantage for the 1080 Ti for its 11GB Vram).

3anana16/04/2020 13:21

2070S is a little faster actually. Here is the overall performance at 4K …2070S is a little faster actually. Here is the overall performance at 4K (which many would consider an advantage for the 1080 Ti for its 11GB Vram).[Image]


Problem is, none of these cards, 1080ti or 2070S are meant to be used for 4K gaming.
Even 2080Ti is problematic at 4K, and it WILL NOT produce more than 60fps on high settings, in most new titles.
Without question, 2070S is a much better choice over 1080Ti, because:
1. It's 27 months newer (if bought used, this will matter 1st hand)
2. It's consuming WAY LESS power.
3. It has Ray Tracing (argue if you want about this, but this is the future for light processing)
4. It has DLSS (which will provide MASSIVE boost in FPS)
Edited by: "Kosmonaut" 16th Apr
Of course, but people often bring up the "but 11GB will help at 4K" argument so that's the only reason I posted 4K averages.
3anana16/04/2020 20:14

Of course, but people often bring up the "but 11GB will help at 4K" …Of course, but people often bring up the "but 11GB will help at 4K" argument so that's the only reason I posted 4K averages.


Yeah, those 11GB are useless in games (brainwashing marketing gimmick), for the processing power of the 1080Ti.
It might help a 2080Ti, with major accent on MIGHT.
Also funny how people think 4K gaming is something that is affordable. They think that a £400 used card will provide that.
A decent 4k IPS 144Hz is starting at £1500 alone.
But yeah, let them dream b/s.
Edited by: "Kosmonaut" 16th Apr
Pretty much. I used to have a Zotac 1080 Ti amp, and there was never a situation where its 11GB memory helped it over my stock 2080 8GB. Its the same as people who buy an 8GB RX 570. A card like that will not really have the sufficient performance in a situation where 8GB vram is necessary, so why not just save the money and go for 4GB which is way more applicable for it.

On the subject of monitors, one would be better off with an LG OLED for around £1000 than paying more for an inferior 4K 144hz monitor. Personally looking forward to the new 48" LG OLED to replace my UW.
Edited by: "3anana" 16th Apr
I agree.
Also, I would never spend money on a 2080 or 2080Ti, as long as they can't provide 100+ fps on ultra settings in all games.
Which they don't. Even thinking about them as 4K gaming cards, is a fallacy.

They simply cost too much without offering a true superior experience.
It's better to stick to a 144Hz 1080p or 1440P instead, and save a ton of money.
Would rather play a game on ultra settings at 1440p, than 60fps on medium settings on 4K.
Edited by: "Kosmonaut" 16th Apr
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