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That's an awesome deal, below $699 MSRP already! That was fast.
That was excluding VAT. In Norway I payed about 860 USD including 25% wat and including shipping. Then I bought a block and etc.
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That was excluding VAT. In Norway I payed about 860 USD including 25% wat and including shipping. Then I bought a block and etc.
MSRP doesn't include VAT either. So yeah, if he paid $633 for his 1080 ti, that's a sale price on a product that has barely been released!
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MSRP doesn't include VAT either. So yeah, if he paid $633 for his 1080 ti, that's a sale price on a product that has barely been released!

Oh, I did not know. Thanks!

EDIT: Then I payed 644$ USD. I got it with a little discount though (6%)

I installed my EKWB on my 1080TI. Used the stock FE backplate. Made a little album for those who are interested. thumb.gif
https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipPJ1dJatJMyaV2VdB4JC6oB75pxXm0x9CpZXwjaytIB5TfssSIJtc7szWDyXa1f9Q?hl=no&key=SjFOTlNoTk1aalNGTkVmdURxcm16MDNRWjM2Sm13

Leak-testing now. Had to use the pads (2x 0.5mm + 2x 1.0mm) I had left over since the height was not the same as I used washers on the FE screws. But works good. No wobling, everything is fit and smooth. biggrin.gif
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MSRP doesn't include VAT either. So yeah, if he paid $633 for his 1080 ti, that's a sale price on a product that has barely been released!

Yeah because in the stupid ass USA everything is sold as is and vat is added once you order the item. That's why we in Europe have to pay insane prices.
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Yeah because in the stupid ass USA everything is sold as is and vat is added once you order the item. That's why we in Europe have to pay insane prices.
I'm not sure you got something to complain about, with below MSRP prices on 1080 tis, you won't find this sort of deals in the good old US of A lol smile.gif As for VAT, just like sales tax in the US, it is decided by each individual state, no?
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What seems to be the average OC on the 1080ti?
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What seems to be the average OC on the 1080ti?
2000 to 2100?
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What seems to be the average OC on the 1080ti?

Seems to be 2050-2060 core, +450-+550 memory, I get 2062 core, +642 memory under water. biggrin.gif
    
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Well i have seen alot of 1950-1999, Tech of tomorrow is one of them,
But on the more enthusiast users there are more 2050? And some with shunt mod seem to be over 2050

Mine was 1970ish but hits power limit in some games lowering it to 1950. Voltage doesnt seem to do much

So i would say average of 2000 maybe =D
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Ive seen it settle in around 2050 on most games, full block, +500mhz memory. But i also saw it pushing 1890mhz without afterburner running when i first put it in, pascal boosting is weird.
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