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post #1 of 87 (permalink) Old 06-27-2019, 01:08 PM - Thread Starter
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[EVGA] 700/900 series buy back

https://www.evga.com/articles/01339/...-to-20-series/




Am i the only one who feels like they are spitting on our faces?
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My eyebrow was raised on the 0% financing for 3 months. Is that really a thing?

Is this not just another name for their step up program? Or am I thinking of a different company?


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Probaly cuz RTX sales are slow.

Easy way to drum up business. But what do they even do with old 900 or 700 series cards?
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Probaly cuz RTX sales are slow.

Easy way to drum up business. But what do they even do with old 900 or 700 series cards?
Strip them for recyling.
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Prices will drop when the supers come out. Not sure why anyone would do this when they can get the retailed priced discounted for that amount in less than 2 weeks.

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Prices will drop when the supers come out. Not sure why anyone would do this when they can get the retailed priced discounted for that amount in less than 2 weeks.
I don't see an expiration date, why not use the program in a few weeks?

I gave away my 7 and 9 series cards a long time ago, too bad it doesn't include 10 series. Throw in a 1080ti and a 1070 and see how cheap I could get a second 2080ti.

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Prices will drop when the supers come out. Not sure why anyone would do this when they can get the retailed priced discounted for that amount in less than 2 weeks.

Will they?

This LN2 overclocker - Bearded Hardware (has appeared in Gamers Nexus videos recently) heard that Nvidia's yields are actually bad (at 7:10 below), although he seems to be talking only about the huge TU102 die the 2080 Ti is made from:




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My eyebrow was raised on the 0% financing for 3 months. Is that really a thing?

Is this not just another name for their step up program? Or am I thinking of a different company?
At first I was like , and then I was , and finally I had to .

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My eyebrow was raised on the 0% financing for 3 months. Is that really a thing?

Is this not just another name for their step up program? Or am I thinking of a different company?
The original email stated 12 months, then an updated corrected email said 3 months.

Unfortunately i purchased a 10 year warranty back then when i bought a GTX 780, I plan on using that before letting them have it for 75 bucks.

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You're just nitpicking words now. I was talking about in terms of performance, those are the only measurements that matter. Not IPC or clock speed.
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