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Got my Nvidia GTX 1070 ordered friday in today..never did get a shipping confirmation email..but owell got my card fast.
    
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thats a banana, you drunken.gif?

But the banana is singing "PEANUT BUTTER JELLY TIME!"


For those looking for 1070 performance but don't care about VR, DP 1.3 or power consumption and are not feeling like waiting for stock, EVGA 980ti ACX 2.0's are now $399 on Newegg
Edited by bigjdubb - 6/14/16 at 4:34pm
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its not overkill, but its not worth it either, perf per $ of GTX1080 is much worse than that of GTX1070.

How goes the resale value of the two though? I mean I have the money to buy either of the two but I want to know if getting one over the other won't make me lose more money when it's already time to sell it along the way.
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How goes the resale value of the two though? I mean I have the money to buy either of the two but I want to know if getting one over the other won't make me lose more money when it's already time to sell it along the way.

When AMD is coming out with a $200 card that's supposed to offer 980'ish performance the resale of last gen pretty much gets destroyed. Why would I pay even $150 for a used 970 now? I'd imagine a similar scenario the next time around as well and won't count on any substantial resale as a consideration in buying my next card.
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How goes the resale value of the two though? I mean I have the money to buy either of the two but I want to know if getting one over the other won't make me lose more money when it's already time to sell it along the way.

it would depend on how long will you keep the card, selling early will net you higher return, while selling late after a new gen is released would net you almost nothing in return.
from how things go now a days, a 70% resell is only possible for a 1~2years old gen card, once a new gen is announced it drops to 50% or lower, specially when its released.


and this excludes the rule of competition.
what would destroy it's resell value is when someone releases a bargain card thats much cheaper than the competition.
imagine if AMD released a $400 card that performs on par with the $599 GTX1080.
not only will it's price drop below $500, resell value will also drop well below $400.

such an occurrence is common, take HD7970 for example, also GTX780.
HD7970 was released with an MSRP of $550, later on HD7970 GE came out for $500, now they have a resell value of roughly $200.
GTX780 was released with an MSRP of $649, later on it was reduced to a mere $499, now they have a resell value of roughly $200.
you can see the massive price drop, those who bought GTX780 for $649 could now only sell them for about $200, thats a loss of $449.


now to answer your question of which is better for taking less loss, it would be the GTX1070.
GTX1070 $379, if resold at a price of $165 would net you a loss of $214.
GTX1080 $599, if resold at a price of $300 would net you a loss of $299.
Edited by epic1337 - 6/14/16 at 5:55pm
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I cant help but feel the 1070 is a poor mans 1080 this time. The 970 offered amazing bang for the buck against the 980. Not so much this time. The winner is very clear this round imo being the 1080 and I would settle for nothing less. Anyone else honestly feel the same that could afford either card?
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127951&nm_mc=AFC-C8Junction&cm_mmc=AFC-C8Junction-Veeralava%20LLC-_-na-_-na-_-na&cm_sp=&AID=10446076&PID=6202798&SID=

MSI Armor in stock, gogogo.

Side note, Third parties/MSI seem to really be charging a lot for their 1000 series cards...
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I cant help but feel the 1070 is a poor mans 1080 this time. The 970 offered amazing bang for the buck against the 980. Not so much this time. The winner is very clear this round imo being the 1080 and I would settle for nothing less. Anyone else honestly feel the same that could afford either card?

I thought the performance gap of about 20% was the same between the 970>980 and 1070>1080?
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