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200$ a good deal for gtx 1070ti strix?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Is 200$ a good deal for a brand new Gtx 1070ti asus strix card and if so what are some caviats to going a 1070 ti vs the rtx 2060 or benefits of the 1070ti i currently have a rx 570 powered by a ryzen 3600x 

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5 minutes ago, Lady Fenix said:

Is 200$ a good deal for a brand new Gtx 1070ti asus strix card and if so what are some caviats to going a 1070 ti vs the rtx 2060 or benefits of the 1070ti i currently have a rx 570 powed by a ryzen 3600x 

If that GPU is for real new, then that is a great price.


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Hello and welcome.

 

That's a good deal for a used one.  


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My 1070Ti out performances the 2060 as far as games go. I'm also overclocked but that really doesn't make a massive difference.

 

$200 for brand new is excellent deal.

 


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The best way to answer that question for your region is to look on Kijiji if your in Canada.. maybe Craiglist if you are not.

 

I'm in Calgary and most are asking $250 CAD for 1070TI...    and I would assume they would accept an offer of $200 or $220.

 

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2 hours ago, Milez5858 said:

The best way to answer that question for your region is to look on Kijiji if your in Canada.. maybe Craiglist if you are not.

 

I'm in Calgary and most are asking $250 CAD for 1070TI...    and I would assume they would accept an offer of $200 or $220.

 

I actually used to live in calgary but usd 

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5 hours ago, ChaosCGTV said:

My 1070Ti out performances the 2060 as far as games go. I'm also overclocked but that really doesn't make a massive difference.

 

$200 for brand new is excellent deal.

 

Awesome what i was hoping to hear

 

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10 hours ago, Lady Fenix said:

Is 200$ a good deal for a brand new Gtx 1070ti asus strix card and if so what are some caviats to going a 1070 ti vs the rtx 2060 or benefits of the 1070ti i currently have a rx 570 powered by a ryzen 3600x 

I sold my ASUS 1070 Ti Turbo blower style for $250 a month ago so I would say yes it’s a good deal..

 

IF it is a working card that wasn’t used for mining or any other sort of constant, heavy usage.


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