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05-15-2020 04:41 AM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by dVeLoPe View Post
I have SLi EVGA GTX 1080 Ti SC2 iCX - 11G-P4-6593-KR that im considering parting ways with still has another year or so warranty on them if anyones interested
This is the wrong place for that sort of thing. I might suggest that perhaps you could try making a thread in the marketplace instead.
05-15-2020 02:24 AM
TwilightRavens I guess now would be the ample time to sell 1080 ti’s before the 3000 series launches, i’ve a feeling that they’ll be down to what 980 ti’s are going for since the market will be flooded with them.
05-14-2020 05:15 PM
philhalo66
Quote: Originally Posted by dVeLoPe View Post
I have SLi EVGA GTX 1080 Ti SC2 iCX - 11G-P4-6593-KR that im considering parting ways with still has another year or so warranty on them if anyones interested
this isn't really the place to make a listing my guy, should head over to the OCN marketplace and make a listing.
05-14-2020 10:24 AM
dVeLoPe I have SLi EVGA GTX 1080 Ti SC2 iCX - 11G-P4-6593-KR that im considering parting ways with still has another year or so warranty on them if anyones interested
05-14-2020 09:40 AM
mouacyk
Quote: Originally Posted by d3v0 View Post
Sold my GTX 1080Ti for $450 shipped this week, basically instantly on Hardforum. Same card has been sitting at $475 shipped from another seller for a couple weeks so thats about where the market is right now.

I replaced it with an RTX 2070 XC Ultra for $380 which basically gets the same performance but instead of using 340w, it uses 220w and my office isnt so sweaty .

The time to sell and replace 1080ti's is now, when the market is high, and before new hardware hits and crushes its price v. performance v. power consumption.
Problem is resale value of that 2070 is going to be worse. The returns get progressively worse.
05-14-2020 09:31 AM
d3v0
Quote: Originally Posted by Grey Beard View Post
Given the current market, even a used 1080Ti’s still gets a premium. Not only is the performance still very good, but as the new prices escalate for next generation cards they continue to be an attractive alternative. When the new 30XX series comes out in the next few months, their prices may impact the demand, which could keep prices higher given the age of the technology. Given the current economic state, this market will continue to be robust.


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Sold my GTX 1080Ti for $450 shipped this week, basically instantly on Hardforum. Same card has been sitting at $475 shipped from another seller for a couple weeks so thats about where the market is right now.

I replaced it with an RTX 2070 XC Ultra for $380 which basically gets the same performance but instead of using 340w, it uses 220w and my office isnt so sweaty .

The time to sell and replace 1080ti's is now, when the market is high, and before new hardware hits and crushes its price v. performance v. power consumption.
05-12-2020 11:44 AM
mouacyk
Quote: Originally Posted by TwilightRavens View Post
You might try the oven trick if you are feeling adventurous or using a heatgun, solder points might just need to be reflowed and are causing shorts in the VRMs or the resistors.
All the oven reflow results I've seen are short-lived for up to only a few hours, including my GTX 570. While it does reflow broken circuits temporarily, it is more likely to weaken others and cause wider damage.

On my sample, consecutive reflows shortened lifespan progressively. 3rd reflow died entirely.
05-12-2020 11:30 AM
Grey Beard
Quote: Originally Posted by philhalo66 View Post
Whats up with the massive price spike for 1080 Ti's? Been looking for a second one for my SC and prices have gone up over 100 bucks in like a few months. Early march my specific card was going for around 400~ now its 500+ for the same card.

Given the current market, even a used 1080Ti’s still gets a premium. Not only is the performance still very good, but as the new prices escalate for next generation cards they continue to be an attractive alternative. When the new 30XX series comes out in the next few months, their prices may impact the demand, which could keep prices higher given the age of the technology. Given the current economic state, this market will continue to be robust.


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05-12-2020 08:40 AM
alxns
Quote: Originally Posted by TwilightRavens View Post
You might try the oven trick if you are feeling adventurous or using a heatgun, solder points might just need to be reflowed and are causing shorts in the VRMs or the resistors.
Nah, that is a ghetto method, and I've got time. Gotta find shorts the proper way, so I will try isolating VRM circuitry (VRM side and chip side) by removing inductors and work from there. It's just that reference points would help, but I found a whole list on xdevs.com.
05-12-2020 02:35 AM
philhalo66
Quote: Originally Posted by kithylin View Post
It's because they're still very good cards at rasterization / basic game rendering (stuff that's not using the AI Cores in the newer cards). There are only 5 video cards that are faster than a 1080 Ti that anyone can buy right now (Nvidia Titan X, Nvidia Titan Xp, Titan V, RTX 2080 Super, RTX 2080 Ti, Nvidia Titan RTX). The cheapest one is the 2080 Super @ $700 and all the others are over $1000 right now. On the AMD side there is nothing faster than a GTX 1080 Ti that anyone can buy at the moment. Even the Radeon VII is only 1:1 matched even with the 1080 Ti. The 1080 Ti is still one of the fastest cards for < $700 at the moment. I expect when AMD releases their new "Nvidia Killer" (their words, internal code name for their new card, not something I created) comes out and the new RTX 3000 series comes out they may have a card faster than the 1080 Ti for $500, possibly. Then we may see prices on the 1080 Ti's dropping again down to cheap levels. But they may not release a faster card for $500 or less and we may see the prices of the 1080 Ti's remaining as-is or even increasing for quite a while yet.
wow, maybe i'll just sell mine then since i got a 2080 Ti anyway.
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