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Gigabyte GeForce® GTX 1060 G1 Gaming 3G (rev. 2.0)

Gigabyte GeForce® GTX 1060 G1 Gaming 3G (rev. 2.0)

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this card is normally 299$usd what a rip
is this a joke? i just got a gtx 1060 6gb with dual fan for 370CAD way cheaper than this.
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they have a zotac 6gb dual fan gtx 1060 for 378.50$
supasb
ah yes I see it, thanks for the help!
It's ridiculous that I bought this card for 170 last November.
Rumified
Yep, the future is doomed!
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01IEKYD5U/ref=ox_sc_act_image_1?smid=AWC4R9IGPA4LI&psc=1
MSI 1060 6GB. AMAZON honors small discount over supplier $459.99
I think massdrop just post shit like that to see the comments. Cause no way if you had any common sense you will post some crap like that...
Wow , this has to be a sign that the end is near for insane GPU pricing....or that pc gaming is dead!
Here is another in stock 6gb for $10 less before shipping. https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125901 it's $349 and still extremely overpriced but sadly a much better deal than this. In case I get the same comment as before the oc clock is listed 3% lower but we all know that means nothing.
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And that's a dead link.
B.Hutch@AKRacing
Why are you continuing to look for excuses? My link was to one specific card that was at the price I stated at the time of posting that. There was no need to look any further since every other listing was not sold by newegg. Your picture is not sold by newegg exactly like the falsely inflated price of the things mentioned in my other comment. My comments are not hard to understand and neither is the fact newegg has third party sellers listing items on the newegg website. Your picture clearly says SOLD AND SHIPPED BY OUTLETPC. Why is it so hard to just say massdrop wants in on the profit for these or they are unable to get a better deal? Trying to be dishonest and sneaky is not a good look. I have said twice before I have no issue with massdrop at all. Just this listing and the actions taken trying to fool people who may not know better. I made sure to take screenshots because I knew this tactic would be used again after the response from my first comment. It is extremely sad the direction this has gone. Here is the picture again. The link was directly to that and nothing else.
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Damn dawg this shit is pricey
Damn dawg this shit is pricy
Totally not a deal. Isn't it bad enough the crytoclowns buy up everything, now retailers/resellers have tried to trick us by jacking up MSRP? This card was $100 less then this everywhere just two+ months ago.
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Finally, a thought out answer other than just, "hurrr supply and demand you leftist dickheads hurr"
" So as long as I can bring them a better deal than what is currently available I will continue to do so ..."
Except that you aren't offering a better deal at all. As I and many other posters have shown, you're charging quite a lot more than the cards can be bought for directly from manufacturers and from other sites. Again, why are you over charging?
TWO? We can only buy TWO? At twice MSRP? Wow, what a deal!
kevulous
It’s to prevent miners from buying them all. This price is a steal compared to what they go for on eBay. If you could buy 10+ people would.
Cokeman
How is it 'a steal' when I've been buying 1060 6Gb cards for far less from Nvidia and EVGA for example?
Bottom line it is not a deal , as long as you idiots pay more than MSRP they will be MSRP as soon as EVERYONE, including miners stops paying more than MSRP the false scarcity BS will stop.
18 retards paying this price so far
Jacqueline1234
bout to be 19
I hope literally only miners buy this because they're the only people that actually deserve this price.
Im selling mine so if you want send offers looking to get a little over retail something like 280. hit my line lmao
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What's your estimate?
MadDog443
email me fabinrodrigo123@gmail.com
The fact that nobody is buying these is a really good thing. Finally we have hit a point where we put our foot down and say "NO! Hell if we are going to pay these outrageous prices for these GPU's". There is no reason GPU's can't come from the manufactures at MSRP and be sold on legit sites at MSRP. GREED gets us all sometimes but we have to realize there is always a tipping point where people are just unwilling to pay anymore.
Plus who the hell would be buying GPU"s for mning right now? Prices are so volitile. They be all over the place and honestly is no guarantee you make your money back. (Not a miner but watch the prices some).
Lol not even close to msrp. I'll pass
Why are people defending this drop? Do you want the uninformed to be taken advantage of by paying ~$400 for a entry level 1060. Advise them to buy a 1050ti and save $150.
im unsubscribing from this not a deal website...
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Please stop with this. I've bought two in the last couple of months from EVGA and Gigabyte. Others have bought them as well for much less than the Massdrop price. If you want to find out, ask on buildapc sub reddit but stop with this, 'nobody can buy them ' nonsense. Learn to use nowinstock and find out for yourself.
Calm down there, redcoat. When you become the person responsible for setting up these negotiations, you feel free to tell us all exactly how it works. Then some smartass can come along and insinuate that you're the liar. Until then, lay off with your assumptions.
This is a shitty drop. I can buy one for $230. I stand corrected this price had gotten worse. PC Part Picker, go there I found a 1060 6GB for $340 and a 1060 3GB for $270.
I live in NZ where we've been just about totally unaffected by crypto mining, only rx580's and 570's have increased in price. In nz a GTX 1060 6gb since launch (at current exchange rate to USD) has costed aprox $450-$470 USD, a GTX 1070 is about $690 usd, a GTX 1080 is upto about $900 usd let alone the 1080ti which is often $1100 usd. Despite large availability pricing has always been awful here, this is the same as it was in 2016, a $360 1060 3gb is better than anything on offer here
I'm actually really sad to see people attacking Massdrop specifically, for this.
Massdrop didn't create the crypto bubble. They don't dictate the prices of these products. Massdrop has said in the comments that they are literally breaking even on this card at this price. Blame crypto miners for inflating the price, and vendors and retailers for gouging customers to take advantage of the increase in demand. Not Massdrop.
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Clixx13
Massdrop are charging over the price offered by other sites, so yes, they entirely deserve to be hammered for what they're doing. They are either dishonest or incompetent.
johnukguy
What "other sites"? What prices? Dishonest and incompetent are not the only two options. Those are just the only two explanations you're willing to accept. That says a lot more about you than it does about Massdrop.
ah yes , only 2x MSRP , what a drop
Is this supposed to be a joke?
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good talk.
tsharp
Sorry
I like massdrop but why is this even a thing at this price? Newegg has had 6gb versions of 1060's in and out of stock the past week or two within $10 of this price. Someone is getting a ton of profit.
mrcrunch08
You're looking at a "1797 MHz in OC" card, the card shown in this drop is "1847 MHz (OC Mode)" actually being: (Quoted from both Massdrop and NewEgg, total saving of $280) GV-N1060WF20C-3G - 1797MHz in OC (Newegg) $379.99 N1060G1 GAMING-3GD -1847 MHz (OC Mode) (NewEgg) $639.89 Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1060 G1 Gaming 3G - 1847 MHZ (MassDrop) 359.99
Emperor_Dalek
Please show me some respect and not give me the false inflated prices of items I never mentioned or referred to. I already said I like massdrop and will even say I respect what massdrop does most of the time but that statement has nothing to do with the msi geforce gtx 1060 aero itx 6g or the gigabyte GV-N1060WF2OC-6GD that I was actually referring to. Over the last two weeks while newegg sold and shipped them cost was $369 and $379 respectively. Yes they are 1797mhz oc each but have twice the vram which is way more important than the extra 50mhz or roughly 3% clock boost. It is also safe to say by now most are familiar with how boost works on pascal and those quoted clocks are nothing more than a somewhat "guaranteed" minimum clock speed if certain conditions are met. Those same people also know that virtually all of the pascal lineup exceeds the given clocks. My 1070 has a given oc mhz of 1835 yet never even dipped under 1935mhz in normal mode. You also didn't mention the $600+ card is not sold by newegg but a third party seller who listed the item on newegg which is completely off base. Furthermore anyone who is heavily in to pc's can confirm that newegg has a history of inflating prices slightly on items they have a very low stock of since the mining nonsense but almost always sell their newly received shipments at or near msrp. Lately they have been a bit higher but regardless they still had two models of the 6gb and I will repeat the 6gb versions of a 1060 newly instock and sold at the prices I stated. I'm sorry to say but your quote is misquoted and newegg would never back that statement unless you removed the ridiculous $639.89 card that is not sold by newegg. You can watch countless videos by well respected techtubers and newegg goes on record countless times saying those prices are not to be confused with how they price cards. Please don't try to make things sound great by false facts. At best you are overpaying equal to when other places are nearly out of stock and not complete cons with an added wait. At worst you are overpaying for an inferior card while similarly priced 6gb models go in and out of stock for the same or sometimes less during the time you are waiting for this. None of this was intended to bash or be negative towards massdrop. It was solely to question the logic of such a drop at such a price and only became what it now seems to be after the false quotes in the response.
This is alot more expensive than it should be. Maybe for the 6g it’s be a bit more reasonable but even then not a huge saving.
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I am not saying it is so much of price gouging but there are better cards out there.
Would you justify spending $100 more than the original cost of something, anything. Would you really want to spend more on it just because demand has risen or would you rather save towards a newer model to release that doesn't cost more because of demand and third party resellers.
If you want a card right now I agree that this Massdrop deal is among the best deal out there right now "although I am probably gonna grab a card at microcenter and get an extended warranty because I can exchange it for the price I bought it and then get a new card when it releases " but yes if you want a great deal now and have no Microcenter or just don't feel like going out I would say that this card is worth it.
For me though. I just think I will wait for the release of a newer card and buy it the very same day.
DSTD
Totally agree with just waiting. Would I justify a $100 higher price on something? Sure, if it was the right thing. I've spent that much more on a firearm I wanted, when I know I could have waited and found it cheaper later. Everybody has different reasons for their decisions, and I'll never begrudge someone for making a choice they feel is right. I just don't like the trend of accusations here from other commenters about price gouging, when the facts don't show that to be true.
I'm going to buy an AMD Ryzen 2400G and play on that until the gpu prices comes down. All you retails can shove your expensive gpu up yours and miners asses.
Community driven commerce my ass. I was lucky and bought a gtx 1070 for $329 at a good time and I am still pissed at these kind of price gauging practices, I honestly feel bad for PC gamers out there just trying to buy a decent GPU. FUCK YOU MASS DROP you are exploiting gamers and your community, the MSRP for this product is $249.
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" For some reason, you blame MassDrop and offer zero proof of them being the problem at all. ."
Except of course that you completely ignore those of us who have been buying 1060 6 Gb cards from Gigabyte, Nvidia and other sites for far less than Massdrop is pricing them. So yes, Massdrop is very much to blame for attempting to pass off price gouging as some sort of deal.
johnukguy
Wow, you're quite the little peach, aren't you? Hounding two of my comments and pretending to know more than you do. If you have proof, please share it. Before you do, you should learn what "anecdotal evidence" is, and why it's illegitimate to a general argument.
I found this at $366,38 in Sweden, the exact same model and revision. Not on a chep-ass website either. And Sweden is not known for having cheap graphics cards... So this wouldn't be such a great deal for me, since I don't know first of all IF you ship to Sweden, and what that shipping cost would be.
This is a ludicrous price for a card that never made sense. I would rather have a 1050ti with 4GB and there is NO WAY I would pay 300 plus dollars for the 3GB variant of a 1060.