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Answered1070 SC2 ICX to 1080 Ti Step Up

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2017/03/20 13:38:26 (permalink)
Apologies if this has been asked before. I've just received my 1070 SC2 from the ICX upgrade and I'm thinking of stepping up to the 1080 Ti. It's asking for a value for the 1070 but I'm not sure what that would be in europe? Currently it's showing as 499.99 euro on the EVGA EU store but I'm sure I read somewhere on here they would be honouring the value before there was a price drop?
 
If anybody has any ideas I would be grateful.
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Re: 1070 SC2 ICX to 1080 Ti Step Up 2017/03/20 16:13:28 (permalink) ☼ Best Answerby woody3883 2017/03/21 09:45:43
Hello,
 
sorry for any confusion. For the 1070 SC2 your credit applies to step up would be 
  • 08G-P4-6573-KR - €499.99
Please let us know if you have any additional questions

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Re: 1070 SC2 ICX to 1080 Ti Step Up 2017/03/21 09:45:09 (permalink)
Thanks for the reply. I shall hold out for a couple a months and wait and see if there are any other 1080 Ti cards offered for step-up other than the FE.
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Re: 1070 SC2 ICX to 1080 Ti Step Up 2017/03/21 09:52:54 (permalink)
That's exactly what I would do woody. I believe since you did the upgrade to ICX that renewed your step-up window. It turns out on my last step-up day the TI was released. Just remember EVGA probably won't list the FTW, ect. cards for step-up. But more than likely more than the FE offered. Not saying the FE is bad, it's always good to have a few choices. Thanks for the clarity MDecker.  
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