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Old 01-07-19, 05:10 PM
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ASUS begins ambitious "Trade Up" program for Nvidia Turing Graphics cards

Get up to £270 for your old graphics card.



Read more about ASUS' "Trade Up your Graphics" program.

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Old 01-07-19, 06:49 PM
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There's nothing ambitious about this. It exists solely due to insanely inflated GPU prices.
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Old 01-07-19, 07:29 PM
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Well that’s a shame, only eligible in the UK.
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It's crap. £270 for a 1080Ti that's just above half what you can sell it for in cash.
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Old 02-07-19, 07:49 AM
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such a big rip off, you have to be mad to take them up on this.
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Old 02-07-19, 08:44 AM
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It's crap. £270 for a 1080Ti that's just above half what you can sell it for in cash.
Some deals are bad, but some are pretty great. £270 for a GTX 1070 ain't bad given today's used pricing.

Trading in an old 2GB GTX 960 for £75 also ain't bad if you are buying an RTX 2060. £105 if you get an RTX 2070. The GTX 960 isn't worth much anymore.
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Some deals are bad, but some are pretty great. £270 for a GTX 1070 ain't bad given today's used pricing.

Trading in an old 2GB GTX 960 for £75 also ain't bad if you are buying an RTX 2060. £105 if you get an RTX 2070. The GTX 960 isn't worth much anymore.
Depending on the RTX 2060 you buy, your 960 might even net you £105! And if you're completely nutty and go for a 2080Ti, one would be worth £165. That's some serious value for old hardware.

I wish this was more widely available. I have precisely a GTX 960 2GB just lying around in a closet somewhere that I doubt I'll ever find any use for. Getting £105 off on an RTX2060 for a card that I have no use for and ain't worth much anymore? Sign me up, mate.
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So how much can i get for my ASUS strix 0.bd 980?...edit looks like £105 lol no thanks
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