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Old 17-07-17, 05:21 PM
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But you can't blame Nvidia for the mining or retailer greed or low value of the pound or inflation. The list is long.
A 280 launch at 650$ and a 1080 launch at 599$.
Inflation wise the price should be more than 650$ so the price is actually going down.

But if you are so mad at Nvidia, why do you then have a titan, when you can get more or less the same in a Ti?

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Titan has better resale value.
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Titan has better resale value.
Okay, also on value loss?

In Denmark, so don't know how the uk marked its. But in january when i sold my 780ti, the price difference on 780ti and Titan was maybe 15-35 pounds = The % loss was a lot bigger on a Titan.
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He didn't pay full price for his Titan. I can't remember what he paid but it wasn't that much considering what they cost at launch and how well they hold their value. He'll obviously lose money on it like anyone would, but maybe not as much as the Ti. I don't know.
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I paid £675. Fully boxed with all of the paperwork. Less than a 1080Ti, basically.

I paid £460 for a Titan XM 14 months ago and sold it for £300 (after shipping, I charged £325 or so).

So I lost £160 in 14 months, that isn't bad going, and only had to find £375 out of my own pocket for the TXP.

In fact, the more I think about it the more I realise just how long it has been since I bought a GPU new from a retailer. My TXM was used, my TXP was used, my Fury X was used also. I *think* the last time I bought any new GPUs was two Titan Blacks that I paid £699 each for brand new. That was nearly three years ago, IIRC.
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