Discussion in 'Video Cards & Monitors' started by Sphinx2000, Sep 1, 2020.
Oh man that reddit thread is juicy lol
Currently in stock and overpriced! damn scalpers
Meh, early adopters can pay more and experience the crash while we can wait for the revised cards with perhaps better OC down the line, my only regret is not buying an used 2080Ti from here
$2k for a low model hunchback... no thanks.
He also had a 3090 for sale but that’s gone
Those with a good 2080ti can just sit back and wait .
Dont sell .
I said this would be a waiting game.
Last week called. They want their forum posts back .
That TUF on water would be the go
TUF on dice or phase change you mean .
Above 0 is no good .
Reasonableish... If actually in stock.
Actually, that's not a bad price after ebay/paypal take $450 in fees out of it.
In so many ways this launch would launch a thousand memes if they didn't already exist. That listing, for example.
Legit seller, doesn't say it's not in stock. Also has 3080's at a reasonableish price after you take all the fees out.
This guy got his EVGA FTW3 Ultra, saying it's hitting 2100 steady core out of the box. Seems a decent amount higher than all of the card reviews I've read. Can't wait for it someone to actually review this card. Still got pre-orders on it and the TUF to hedge my bets. People still reporting the TUFs crashing too so the caps can't be the full story.
I'm not getting too carried away because I've got one of these on order but I'm cautiously excited
6 POSCAPS = bad according to evga forum post!
so anyone have a list of which cards have lots of these piceofshitcaps? lol!
its been linked a few times but here, basically ASUS, EVGA and MSI are good, most others are potatoes.
Incoming 20gb rtx 3080, 3060 and look at the graph how 3060 equals 2080super performance.
3070 sits in the middle of 2080ti and 2080super
2 available, 1 sold. So either they pre-ordered 3 cards and got lucky, hoping to make some of their money back, or they don't and never did have the cards to sell. Reasonable sales tenure and rating though, so probably the former. The Eagle is pretty much the bottom of a very expensive heap though I think.
EDIT: just realised he has/had some 3080's too. Looks like he bought 11 of those, 8 of which are already sold. Also Eagles though, makes me think he bought the cheapest cards he could find at or close to MSRP in the states and got them here without taxes or insane shipping costs. Went for the cheapies to make a few bucks and maybe raise his chances of actually getting them. Nothing wrong with that, a man has to make a living somehow.
Zotac allegedly revising a of their models to include more MLCC caps