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is it worth to buy an used 1080/1080ti?

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sure if it will fit your needs, and of coarse for the right price.

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1 minute ago, Middcore said:

At what price? 

250€ usually but I've seen 200€ too

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The 1080 would need to be under $200 and the 1080 ti would need to be well under $250 to be worth considering in my eyes. ~$250 can get you a new RX 6600 which is in the same ballpark of performance with more features and more longevity. 

Your "PC master race" thing is cringe. 

 

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2 minutes ago, Middcore said:

The 1080 would need to be under $200 and the 1080 ti would need to be well under $250 to be worth considering in my eyes. ~$250 can get you a new RX 6600 which is in the same ballpark of performance with more features and more longevity. 

is it really? comparing it to a 3060ti a 1080ti is still more powerful by a bit

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3 minutes ago, Middcore said:

The 1080 would need to be under $200 and the 1080 ti would need to be well under $250 to be worth considering in my eyes. ~$250 can get you a new RX 6600 which is in the same ballpark of performance with more features and more longevity. 

in italy a new rx 6600 is 300€ (lowest price), i think the 1080/ti model would be more convenient and more cheap

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2 minutes ago, puppo said:

is it really? comparing it to a 3060ti a 1080ti is still more powerful by a bit

3060Ti is around 25% more fps than a 1080Ti.  1080TI is around a 3060 give or take.

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1 minute ago, Dedayog said:

3060Ti is around 25% more fps than a 1080Ti.  1080TI is around a 3060 give or take.

yeah, sadly a 3060ti is like 470€ (cheapest in italy), while a 3060 is 370€

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4 minutes ago, puppo said:

is it really? comparing it to a 3060ti a 1080ti is still more powerful by a bit

 

???

 

No, it's not at all. 1080 ti is in the neighborhood of the vanilla 3060 (which is a much worse card than it's ti sibling), a hair ahead or a hair behind depending on game and resolution. 

 

Your "PC master race" thing is cringe. 

 

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Just now, Middcore said:

 

???

 

No, it's not at all. 1080 ti is in the neighborhood of the vanilla 3060 (which is a much worse card than it's ti sibling), a hair ahead or a hair behind depending on game and resolution. 

 

on userbenchmark (not the most precise website) the 1080ti has a 3% better performing rate than a 3060ti

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2 minutes ago, puppo said:

on userbenchmark (not the most precise website) the 1080ti has a 3% better performing rate than a 3060ti

 

Userbenchmark is trash. Nobody who knows anything about hardware pays attention to it. Look up actual reviews. Even just watching a bunch of "(card A) vs (card B) tested in 20 games" YouTube videos will give you way more useful information than Userbenchmark. 

Your "PC master race" thing is cringe. 

 

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17 minutes ago, puppo said:

250€ usually but I've seen 200€ too

If you play older games, the 1080 (Ti) would be a decent choice for the price considering EU pricing, but I would pay the €50 extra for the 6600 since that comes with warranty, significantly lower power consumption and way better performance in newer games.

 

 

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9 minutes ago, Pixelfie said:

If you play older games, the 1080 (Ti) would be a decent choice for the price considering EU pricing, but I would pay the €50 extra for the 6600 since that comes with warranty, significantly lower power consumption and way better performance in newer games.

 

 

I'm seeing a lot of video, a 1080ti performs better in some games than a 6600 and a 3060ti (hitman, farcry, ecc...) and now idk what to choose 😕

 

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2 minutes ago, puppo said:

I'm seeing a lot of video, a 1080ti performs better in some games than a 6600 and a 3060ti (hitman, farcry, ecc...) and now idk what to choose 😕

 

If it's a close thing go with the 3060ti as it will have longer driver support and the few RT cores will at least be if needed.

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2 minutes ago, puppo said:

I'm seeing a lot of video, a 1080ti performs better in some games than a 6600 and a 3060ti (hitman, farcry, ecc...) and now idk what to choose 😕

Really depends on what games you play, and any other use for the card.

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3 minutes ago, Pixelfie said:

Really depends on what games you play, and any other use for the card.

i mainly use it for gaming, should i go with a 1080 ti or a 6600? there is ab a 50/100€ difference but the 6600 would be new (i don't have a job so the price difference is a lot to me)

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Just now, puppo said:

i mainly use it for gaming, should i go with a 1080 ti or a 6600? there is ab a 50/100€ difference but the 6600 would be new (i don't have a job so the price difference is a lot to me)

 

6600 hands down. 

Your "PC master race" thing is cringe. 

 

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Just now, Middcore said:

 

6600 hands down. 

^^ The 1080 Ti will continue to lag behind as more games use modern implementations of DX12 and Vulcan, a new card 2 generations newer is the better idea. 

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1 hour ago, Middcore said:

 

6600 hands down. 

oh oki, ty!

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