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NVIDIA Trade-In Program: Can I trade in my RTX 2060 for a new RTX 3000?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So I have heard this program where you can trade in your old GPU for a new one. I was thinking if I can do this with my RTX 2060 from PALIT. I am wondering if I have to stick with the same GPU manufacturer if this program exists.

 

Thx.

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Nvidia does not have any trade-up programs. I know EVGA has one, if you purchased EVGA card and within 90 days a newer product comes out, then you can step-up.


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Just now, jj9987 said:

Nvidia does not have any trade-up programs.

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10 minutes ago, FoldingToFightAnyDiseases said:

So I have heard this program where you can trade in your old GPU for a new one. I was thinking if I can do this with my RTX 2060 from PALIT. I am wondering if I have to stick with the same GPU manufacturer if this program exists.

 

Thx.

I doubt you could get a RTX 3000 series with an RTX 2060 at all. And trade ups don't exist, some brands offer them within 90 days if a new product releases but that's about it. Better start saving money if you want a 30 series or wait for the 40 series.

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Nvidia doesn't offer such a programm, but usually last gen cards still hold a lot of value on the used market. Where I'm from you can easily sell a 2060 for 260-280€.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
7 minutes ago, aaradorn said:

I doubt you could get a RTX 3000 series with an RTX 2060 at all. And trade ups don't exist, some brands offer them within 90 days if a new product releases but that's about it. Better start saving money if you want a 30 series or wait for the 40 series.

I have enough money. I just want to save a few bucks for other stuff.

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1 hour ago, FoldingToFightAnyDiseases said:

I have enough money. I just want to save a few bucks for other stuff.

Why not sell your 2060? And use that to buy a 30 series card.

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2 hours ago, FoldingToFightAnyDiseases said:

I was thinking about keeping my old system and use it as a streaming PC.

With the hardware these days, why would anyone even need a streaming PC? When I try streaming with my system I only lose around 4 to 7 fps.

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