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is 700 Australian dollar ok for used gtx 1080??

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Can you wait or do you have to buy now?

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I wouldn't do it tbh. What the age of the card? Some 1080 has problems with high VRM temp so be advised. Also a 1080 in this day and age will be a little slow in newer titles. 

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21 minutes ago, DoctorNick said:

Also a 1080 in this day and age will be a little slow in newer titles. 

Nope,it won't.

My 1660 can run everything 60 FPS - even Cyberpunk 2077,and considering that the 1080 is better than my 1660 - the 1080 will run every modern title.

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20 minutes ago, Vishera said:

Nope,it won't.

My 1660 can run everything 60 FPS - even Cyberpunk 2077,and considering that the 1080 is better than my 1660 - the 1080 will run every modern title.

Have you tried BF 2042? 

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5 hours ago, Vishera said:

Can you wait or do you have to buy now?

I can wait but I don't see the point of waiting. What should i wait for? I don't think graphic card prices will ever be reasonable in the future.

Or do you know someone who has a better offer?

I'm sorry if I sound rude in this.

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6 hours ago, KokoKaraWatashiNoRrama said:

I can wait but I don't see the point of waiting. What should i wait for? I don't think graphic card prices will ever be reasonable in the future.

If you can wait a year or two you should wait.

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16 hours ago, DoctorNick said:

Have you tried BF 2042? 

Its over 100 frames on low 1080p. Thats with a crap cpu holding it back and no overclock. 

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Not at all, also why in the world is it $700 used?

 

That is literally the price of some new GPUs!

 

Check out pccasegear, scorptec, mwave, umart and msy.

 

If you want, here is a link to a RTX 2060 for around that price new and is on a discount. So at least you can get the benefit of RTX ON... to look at your empty wallet after buying a GPU in these harsh times.

 

https://www.pccasegear.com/products/47036/asus-geforce-rtx-2060-dual-evo-oc-6gb

 

Either way, best of luck, but I'd say stay away from overpriced used GPUs that are near retail prices of new GPUs.

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500usd is normal internet price. Dont see much of an issue there. Unless you wonna pay double for the 2060 linked above assuming you can get it shipped there.

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6 hours ago, Mick Naughty said:

Its over 100 frames on low 1080p. Thats with a crap cpu holding it back and no overclock. 

I get about the same on 1440p ~100-115 ish

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