FS: Video Card Gigabyte nvidia 2080 super Rtx wind force oc 8gb


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Expected Price (Rs)
Shipping from
Item Condition
5 out of 5
Payment Options
  1. Bank Transfer
Purchase Date
Feb 1, 2020
Shipping Charges
Excluded - at actuals
Have you provided two pics?
  1. Yes
Remaining Warranty Period
1 year
Invoice Available?
Reason for Sale
Upgraded to 3080ti
I Don’t have the bill but card has 1 year warranty left as per mfg date on the box.
Card was used for gaming Apex legends.
Shipping will be at buyers risk. Thank you for your interest.


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He edited his post and dropped price by 25k, so that people would assume your original comment was non sensical
Ahh okay
That thread u mentioned is 52k and also out of warranty and not 25k , Also his card looks bit problematic. you are misleading.
Well you originally listed for 75k so that's a difference of 23k are you gonna split hairs over that? :/

His card is working fine just needs some cleaning and repasting(mentioned by user himself) also it's a 2080 ti last generation's flagship with more vram at a lower price point it more than enough covers for lack of warranty imho.

I just merely pointed out sale of the said GPU literally just 2 threads away from you what was the misleading part? I'm confused

Also my post was in regards to help you price your GPU competitively so you can make a quick sale , just ask yourself if you were the buyer which would you have chosen?

As a seller of tech it is always a loosing battle(myself included) it is one of the most depreciating asset you'd loose more money by delaying it's selling if you think deeply about it by selling it quickly you can use those funds towards your upgrade.

But ultimately it's your product you can price it whatever you want that's your right no hard feelings peace :)
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That thread u mentioned is 52k and also out of warranty and not 25k , Also his card looks bit problematic. you are misleading.
@Skynet .I think OP didn't read your reply properly. He thinks in your first post you mentioned the price of 2080ti as 25K when you clearly mentioned the 2080ti is "25k less".

OP, FYI, clearly no one with knowledge of GPU pricing would buy a 2080S for even 65K!! (I noticed you dropped your price by 10K after the barrage of comments here.). A brand new 3070 costs 54K here in Bangalore local market (and in every local market) and is more powerful than a 2080S, needless to say it's brand new and comes with 3-4 years warranty, Now with these facts, please think why would someone still pay 65K for your 2080S!.