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have a chance to buy a 780ti HOF for pretty cheap as a spare, but its a V1

would you say this is still a very capable card for 1080p?

also back when I used to play with 780tis all I remember was kingpin/matrix was best maybe I missed something was the HOF also in the run up?
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update.. I bought it..

couldn't help myself smile.gif


got it for a nice enough price.. back to 780 ti overclocking pretty excited haha

think it should work wonders for 1080p backup, would put it on water but its been this far without it being taken apart so just going to leave it as it is thumb.gif
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update.. I bought it..

couldn't help myself smile.gif


got it for a nice enough price.. back to 780 ti overclocking pretty excited haha

think it should work wonders for 1080p backup, would put it on water but its been this far without it being taken apart so just going to leave it as it is thumb.gif

700 series doesn't perform all to well compared to 900 and 1000 series, still a viable 1080p card, but not for all current gen games. Even my 980ti has trouble with a few games. if you got it for under 150 quid/250 dollars then i'd say it was good
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https://www.facebook.com/2014galax/videos/1203495359681133/

I'm glad that it comes with a supporting stick. It should be mandatory in all high end cards.
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Does the overvoltage tool work for the GTX 780 also instead of only just the Ti?
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Does the overvoltage tool work for the GTX 780 also instead of only just the Ti?

I think it does, if my memory serves me right. If it doesn't work the software will tell you anyways that it isn't compatible with the card. You'll know it works when the software starts up and recognizes your card.



My card is a 780 TI so yours should show up (circled in red above) as a 780.
Edited by mark_thaddeus - 7/15/16 at 6:44am
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Due to supply and demand on the HoF 980ti's I had a little thought about their pricing if I was to sell it. Now, of course the 980ti's have dropped, and the only place in the UK I can find my card is on overclockers, and they have 2 left in stock at a whopping £589.99. and they won't be decreasing that price anytime soon. This had me wondering about how much the card should be worth if someone was to sell it. Since there is virtually no product degradation in performance over say 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10 years then the product in theory should stay relatively around the RRP of the product brand new. Many youtubers have gone over product degradation and I've also seen that it doesn't matter if a gtx 680 is 4 years old or brand new, it will still within reason get the same scores, minus 1 fps here and there. So how come people sell their old cards for so cheap? it baffles me. Of course the HoF range will stay pricey as it's very hard to come across in America, and it's also an expensive brand. I think it's unfair how all the companies have slashed the prices on the 980tis from cheapest of £519.99 all the way down £309.99. That seriously damages the value of out card, as someone will see it as 'just a 980ti' i wont pay £450 for yours when I can get one for £250 and so on bla bla. Sites selling the 980ti's have really damaged the product value, as the 980ti's are really good, especially the HoF range. I'm just glad no site has cut the price on the rarer cards, i had once seen a kingpin down to £459.99, but i've never seen a 980ti HoF under £500.

I think this is the main reason why I never re-sell my graphic cards due to how much other companies and people will under-cut they're cards when new ones come out. It's also why so many 980ti's are selling for 200-250 because people know they're good and they're gonna get them. two 980ti's for £500-600 beats a 1080 anyday.

Think i'll be keeping my 980ti for a long time, I don't think someone would pay £450 for a card when they could get a classy brand new for £329.99 or second hand for like £250.
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post #3538 of 3997
People would rather buy new over used if priced equally. Ill even put myself into a buyers shoes to know what I can sell my pre-used cards for. I can even use my seller history to figure it out. When I go onto eBay to find items, I always think about the seller who is simply selling a four week old card that was probably well taken care of and never overclocked. It may have a scratch, but if it stops working, how can I get a replacement? Ill just buy the NIB card. Even if its $10 more. Even if I can relate to the seller for simply needing to keep the card in the hands of a needy gamer but not wanting to lose any money as it IS just as good of a card. It always fails, I ALWAYS fail as resale. Nobody wants someone used stuff over new.

Its best to buy the best thing that you can afford and sit on it while its value falls like a rock and until it fails as its used by your children 6 years later. Unless you can afford to sell a card as SOON as its successor releases, each and every time.
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Originally Posted by Hionmaiden View Post

Due to supply and demand on the HoF 980ti's I had a little thought about their pricing if I was to sell it. Now, of course the 980ti's have dropped, and the only place in the UK I can find my card is on overclockers, and they have 2 left in stock at a whopping £589.99. and they won't be decreasing that price anytime soon. This had me wondering about how much the card should be worth if someone was to sell it. Since there is virtually no product degradation in performance over say 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10 years then the product in theory should stay relatively around the RRP of the product brand new. Many youtubers have gone over product degradation and I've also seen that it doesn't matter if a gtx 680 is 4 years old or brand new, it will still within reason get the same scores, minus 1 fps here and there. So how come people sell their old cards for so cheap? it baffles me. Of course the HoF range will stay pricey as it's very hard to come across in America, and it's also an expensive brand. I think it's unfair how all the companies have slashed the prices on the 980tis from cheapest of £519.99 all the way down £309.99. That seriously damages the value of out card, as someone will see it as 'just a 980ti' i wont pay £450 for yours when I can get one for £250 and so on bla bla. Sites selling the 980ti's have really damaged the product value, as the 980ti's are really good, especially the HoF range. I'm just glad no site has cut the price on the rarer cards, i had once seen a kingpin down to £459.99, but i've never seen a 980ti HoF under £500.

I think this is the main reason why I never re-sell my graphic cards due to how much other companies and people will under-cut they're cards when new ones come out. It's also why so many 980ti's are selling for 200-250 because people know they're good and they're gonna get them. two 980ti's for £500-600 beats a 1080 anyday.

Think i'll be keeping my 980ti for a long time, I don't think someone would pay £450 for a card when they could get a classy brand new for £329.99 or second hand for like £250.
Nobody would buy a 680 now for RRP because even though it performs the same you could buy a newer card for the same price that blows it out the water.
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I can not use the commands in nvFlash anyone know how to strip this error? GTX 980 TI HOF
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