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About wkdpaul

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    Montreal, Qc
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  • CPU
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z370-A PRO
  • RAM
    32GB DDR4 2400 (4x8GB)
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX 1060 3GB
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    Phanteks P400S Special Edition White
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    512GB SU800 SSD + 1x 1TB Seagate
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    Seasonic G650
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    Acer G205H 21in + Lenovo 21in
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    DeepCool NEPTWIN
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    Cooler Master Devastator II
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    Cooler Master Devastator II
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    Realtek (integrated)
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    Win 10 64bits
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  1. Keeping an eye on 1070 and 1070ti on eBay, missed 2 good deals, but that's ok.


    Had a few in my watching list, and realised a few people went on a bidding war on a 1070 ... It's now $25 CAD off a 1070ti ... I never understood people that do this. I've seen dumb shit over the years, like that one time were someone paid $150 + shipping over the retail price of a 13in MacBook ...


    Like WTF? Why would pay as much for a used laptop than a brand new one, makes absolutely no sense!!!


    Or one seller had items listed as "buy now" and 2 of them as auction, somehow, a bid war started on the auction items, and they sold for a few dollar more than the "buy now" ones... People with more money than sense I guess!

    1. soldier_ph


      Hey at least it's good for the seller. Gotta get as much cash money as you can nowadays :ph34r:

    2. Benji


      Oh, that's normal for eBay to sell used prices over their actual value and new items WAY off the chart. Like, if you look at the really cheap 2080 Ti blower style cards. Some sell them new on eBay for like 1400-1500€. Lower-end 2080 Tis go for, like, 1000-1100€ and more expensive versions like the ROG Strix Gaming OC go for up to 1300 max, who wants to pay literally 50% more for a low-end cooler design graphics card when you can have it almost 250 bucks cheaper with a way better cooler and higher attainable clocks?

    3. TVwazhere


      I'd also keep an eye on r/Hardwareswap, I got my first 1070ti from there (the second I snagged from our classifieds here)