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Yup, it's good for those of us who want to sell on though
Exactly.It does offset the stupid prices for new cards If they can be found. Spending £800 on a GPU would have seemed totally mad a couple of months ago,but is somebody wants to give me £400 for my old one! Not so mad?
Been keeping an eye on second hand prices as i look for a new GPU. I have a Sapphire vega64 nitro+ . One just went through auction at £420 inc postage ... That's insane. It's what i paid for mine new!!!
I only got £190 for my 1070 back in November, so prices are on the up. Mind you, only paid £370 for it.... thats when you could get a decent gpu at a sensible price!I am planning to sell my MSI GTX 1070 in perfect condition for ~£220-270 in a couple of weeks. I see plenty of demand on eBay.
It was originally purchased for ~£400.
No but all the vega 64's have been going for over £350 the last week or so. Even the renown bad ones,just a sign of the times! Also the Vega is still a good mining card i would imagine?Auction ..... does not mean the highest bidder will pay the finishing price.
It's the miners. The price of bitcoin is at an all time high so people are going crazy trying to build mining rigs. Absolutely ridiculous situation. Mining sohuld be banned since it puts a huge load on electricity production as well as push prices up for pc components.I don't think Governments can get any tax out of it either.