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Is NVIDIA/EVGA stopping production on GTX 10xx series graphics cards?

georgegenerke
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I'm cash strapped as I think many are for upgrading my PC, but I've been looking at purchasing a GTX 1070-Ti Ultra Silent card and have been saving up for it.  Of late it has been out of stock at several online stores, but today I saw a "discontinued" sign at one store.  Are they going to stop production on this card, or all 10xx series cards?

 

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Nvidia hasn't had any Pascal cards in production for a while, they're making room for Turing.

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2 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

yep

Oh WOW!  Just when I was getting close to buying it.  I'll have to rethink my strategy.

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3 minutes ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

Nvidia hasn't had any Pascal cards in production for a while, they're making room for Turing.

That's what I get for being a late comer to the party of LTT and company.  That's too bad.

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Just now, georgegenerke said:

That's what I get for being a late comer to the party of LTT and company.  That's too bad.

Check the used market, 10 series cards are really cheap.

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6 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

yep

Would you happen to know if a GTX 2070-Ti card will work in a MB with PCIe 2.0 x16 slots?

 

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Just now, georgegenerke said:

Would you happen to know if a GTX 2070-Ti card will work in a MB with PCIe 2.0 x16 slots?

 

It should work.

 

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Just now, georgegenerke said:

Would you happen to know if a GTX 2070-Ti card will work in a MB with PCIe 2.0 x16 slots?

 

you mean a 2070? yep... 2.0 16x is effectively 3.0 8x, so it should be fine

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2 minutes ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

Check the used market, 10 series cards are really cheap.

Thanks, I will do that, but not on EBAY.  I hate that site... too many takers... too many "ships from china".

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1 minute ago, LukeSavenije said:

you mean a 2070? yep... 2.0 16x is effectively 3.0 8x, so it should be fine

Thanks

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3 minutes ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

Check the used market, 10 series cards are really cheap.

It depends where you live. In the US and Canada they're cheap but in Europe they are expensive as hell. 1070 FEs here go for at least 380 USD in the UK, whereas I found a 1070 FE in the US for 267 USD. 

 

Just now, georgegenerke said:

Thanks, I will do that, but not on EBAY.  I hate that site... too many takers... too many "ships from china".

eBay is where you can find some absolutely great deals. It's your preference but eBay is usually the first place I look when shopping for used PC parts.

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2 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

you mean a 2070? yep... 2.0 16x is effectively 3.0 8x, so it should be fine

Oh, thank you.  Now I just need to save up some more

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