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what happen if you sell rtx2000s and find out rtx3000 is no where in stock?

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1 minute ago, dfsgsfa said:

what happen if you sell rtx2000s and find out rtx3000 is no where in stock?

Then you wait until it is in stock, or buy something else.


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Completely depends on the circumstances. For example, if your cpu doesn’t have an integrated gpu or you don’t have a spare, your computer is unusable. If you do have another gpu or an integrated one, you run on limited performance until you can find a 3000 series card.


I am far from an expert in this so please correct me if I’m wrong.

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...What do you think is going to happen? Nvidia definitely isn't going to reimburse you. You will curse your hubris, and move on with your life. 


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You should never sell your GPU till you have your new gpu unless you have another gpu lying around as a replacement while you wait. Im sure you will be able to find stock  at atleast one store. If you want the card if preorder it  to make sure

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2 minutes ago, williamb1 said:

You should never sell your GPU till you have your new gpu unless you have another gpu lying around as a replacement while you wait. Im sure you will be able to find stock  at atleast one store. If you want the card if preorder it  to make sure

people are in panic and selling all their rtx 2080 sss in ebay

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10 minutes ago, dfsgsfa said:

what happen if you sell rtx2000s and find out rtx3000 is no where in stock?

 

Then you will have no graphics card? Is there more to the question? Is this a practical joke? Sorry, I don't want to come off as rude, but I don't quite understand the purpose of your question.


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6 minutes ago, dfsgsfa said:

like what?

Something else.

7 minutes ago, dfsgsfa said:

and when?

Year 2091.


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Just now, dfsgsfa said:

people are in panic and selling all their rtx 2080 sss in ebay

i mean i dont know why people brought 2080s when nvidia said they were about to announce something. 

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Just now, kirashi said:

Sorry, I don't want to come off as rude, but I don't quite understand the purpose of your question

It amazes me non-stop what sorts of entirely random questions people can come up with. LTT-forums are a great way of making one's opinion on humanity's intelligence sink to all new lows!


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15 minutes ago, dfsgsfa said:

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You'll have to put on your big boy undies and solve the problem yourself


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I'm not sure a tech forum can help with this, it's mainly your fault if you do that


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3 hours ago, WereCatf said:

It amazes me non-stop what sorts of entirely random questions people can come up with. LTT-forums are a great way of making one's opinion on humanity's intelligence sink to all new lows!

I see you've never browsed any of the political posts on Imgur...


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1 hour ago, BTGbullseye said:

I see you've never browsed any of the political posts on Imgur...

Well, no. And I get the feeling that I don't want to, either 🤪


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10 minutes ago, WereCatf said:

Well, no. And I get the feeling that I don't want to, either 🤪

The memes are good, but trust me when I say that it's toxic levels of pro-Democrat there. As long as you stay away from the political stuff, you should be fine to browse there.


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@dfsgsfa For my part, I sell the old one after buying the new one.


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What happens if the benchmarks show that the difference is t as big, or isn't even there, lots of people splashing out on something that may not be what it is.

 

Can't wait till benchmarks start coming out.

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8 hours ago, dfsgsfa said:

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What a ridiculous question - just accept that you will take a loss on your 20 series card and move on.

It makes me laugh when people treat computer parts as an investment - today’s 1000 dollar GPU is tomorrow’s entry level card available for 300 dollars. 
The sooner all these 20 series owners just accept the fact and suck it up the better. 

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It took about a month on auto notify for me to get my first 2080 ti and if I got the one I wanted I would have had to wait longer. The GTX 1080 ti took a lot longer.

That and the chance of an RMA stops me from selling last gen cards.

 


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Buy a GTX 750 Ti or a GT 210 and wait until the cards are in stock.


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3 hours ago, j1mgg said:

What happens if the benchmarks show that the difference is t as big, or isn't even there, lots of people splashing out on something that may not be what it is.

 

Can't wait till benchmarks start coming out.

Right? I hope what Nvidia said are true but I won't sell my old cards for something that is still uncertain, and this goes for any company. Hopefully, OP haven't sold his/her GPU and only asked this to consider this particular scenario should he decide to sell it.


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Dont sell till u have the card ur replacing it with.

 

Yes u 'may' loose out on the sale price, but atm the market is getting flooded with 20 series cards anyway so u may end up listing ur card and not selling it due to other people undercutting u.


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