Question should I sell my rtx 2080 ti?

iseeu1001

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So I keep buying stupid crap for my pc that I don't need and now I don't want the rtx 2080 ti because I never game. Should I just sell it to my nephew for $400? I don't really need the money and hes been thinking bout getting an rtx 2080 ti. I don't do photoshop or anything else either so the card is just in my pc getting wasted since its not getting used to its potential.
 

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If your not using it and if he will then that's quite the deal, just make sure his system has the proper PSU for it.
Yeah it would be a great deal for him because I don't use it and I know I can get way more for it but since hes family I could just sell it cheaper for him to enjoy it instead of him spending $1100+ on a new one or 600+ on a used one.
iseeu1001 What's your computer's CPU? I ask because if you sell your 2080 Ti, does your CPU have integrated graphics?
Its just an intel i7 7700k. Nothing fancy and yes it does have an IGPU which is crap but like I mention I don't do anything special. The only thing I do is use youtube or google lol when bored.
 
$400....?
LOL!

If I did not consider such talk as an attempted scam and poorly veiled attempt at soliciting offers , in light of the typical 2080 Ti's cost of $1200, I'd say sure, recoup your money to the tune of $1000-$1100.

However, if you think selling a $1200-$1300 card for $400 is wise, then by all means.... please proceed, post haste!

Sell it for $1000, keep $600 for yourself, and get him (nephew?)an RTX2060 Super....; then you both win!
 

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I already sold it to him for $400 and he likes its. He likes it much better of course because its much better then his radeon 560 by like 100x. I didn't really care about it but atleast he has now and its being useful. I have never played any games or did anything special with it since I played GTA V but that was like 2 yrs ago so that card never saw full potential. Oh well.
 
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