[SOLVED] Price Check On GTX 1080 Windforce

Mysteryman2000

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That is a difficult question at time because it really depends on the person selling and what someone thinks or feels it may be worth. Unlike older series the newer like the 10's and 20's nvidia binned the better gpu's for themselves. So what is left to the others like ASUS and EVGA and MSI, is to make the most of the lesser quality and apply better cooling solutions to boost performance to what nvidia might have or better. I recently just sold 2x GTX 980ti lightnings, which are really good for $400 and the price of shipping. I felt they were worth more because of the overclock capability they had, and since they were 900 series they probably had better units to match the cooling they had. Sort of hard to put a price point on it but I don't really expect anything over $450 being on the really nice side. But in reality I might be putting a price of maybe $375 or less. How much do you feel like you should get for them, if your expectations are high you will be disappointed every time. People go used for deals, if you go to high people will look elsewhere or just spend a little get one new.
 
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Mysteryman2000

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That is a difficult question at time because it really depends on the person selling and what someone thinks or feels it may be worth. Unlike older series the newer like the 10's and 20's nvidia binned the better gpu's for themselves. So what is left to the others like ASUS and EVGA and MSI, is to make the most of the lesser quality and apply better cooling solutions to boost performance to what nvidia might have or better. I recently just sold 2x GTX 980ti lightnings, which are really good for $400 and the price of shipping. I felt they were worth more because of the overclock capability they had, and since they were 900 series they probably had better units to match the cooling they had. Sort of hard to put a price point on it but I don't really expect anything over $450 being on the really nice side. But in reality I might be putting a price of maybe $375 or less. How much do you feel like you should get for them, if your expectations are high you will be disappointed every time. People go used for deals, if you go to high people will look elsewhere or just spend a little get one new.
 
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Bobo1458

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Hey MysteryMan,

Thank you for your reply! This means a lot. I was looking on EBay for my GPU and came across some that were new for about $800-900. I saw one that was used for about $575. I'm thinking I can maybe get about $550-600 off of mine. I've only had it for about a little over a year now and I've used it for casual gaming nothing intense or load bearing. I was wanting to sell mine and upgrade to a RTX 2070. I was just wondering if this would be a good investment considering I would only really have to pay about $200-300 for it if I did happen to sell my GTX 1080.
My current specs for my computer are:
16gb DDR4 Ram
ASUS PRIME Z370-A LGA1151 Motherboard
I7-8700k 4.7 ghz

950W PSU
If I did upgrade these specs would be ok right?
 

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I guess 300 euro would be the max you can sell a used out-of-warranty gtx 1080. 1070 goes for 200 and 1080ti for 400. I mean yes people try to get more money for their cards but taking a new 5700xt pulse for like 420 euro into consideration everything over 300 is no realistic price imho.
 

Bobo1458

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I guess 300 euro would be the max you can sell a used out-of-warranty gtx 1080. 1070 goes for 200 and 1080ti for 400. I mean yes people try to get more money for their cards but taking a new 5700xt pulse for like 420 euro into consideration everything over 300 is no realistic price imho.
Gotcha. Well that's sad XD I guess I'll just keep it hahaha
 

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