bobmitchI would look at the EVGA Marketplace before anywhere else. I am very weary of EBay and Craig's List....lots of scams.
h2ocaver EVGA B Stock!! EVGA B Stock!! EVGA B Stock!! seriously, keep an eye on that
fredbsdMy 980Ti went splat. Pop, smoke, and then the smell...too bad Scotty wasn't screaming 'she can't take anymore Captain!'. It had a good life. Made it six years. It was housed in my brothers rig (a hand me down) when I purchased my 2080Ti. It's how things work around here :P. I had a chance to purchase a 3080 or 3090 back in January but gave up my spot in queue thinking someone else would need/want it more than I did (my 2080 Ti is fine for what I do, but I was going to upgrade this year and, of course, pass this card on to my brother). Should have hit the purchase button back in January. If I had known the 3 series would be this limited in availability...I would have. Really am not interested in bottiing to snag a card. No chance my brother can afford scalper prices. No chance I'd pay them anyway. Is anyone having any luck with used cards? If so, where? Sorry, I am not a frequent purchaser of hardware these days (although I have been around with EVGA for a while now and have purchased cards from them exclusively).
skhall625Anyone had a go at trying to 'repair' yourself?
rjohnson11By the way B-stock is located here: EVGA - Products - B-Stock