34 pensées sur “GPU & Memory Prices in Taiwan vs. US

  • 17 juillet 2018 à 6:48
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    In the US, you have to add the tax. In Taiwan, you can get tax rebate if you're a foreigner. So, the prices could be cheaper than the one posted on the shops.

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  • 17 juillet 2018 à 6:48
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    I read a comment about certain malls are more expensive than others, and there are parts of the city where there are no Malls but less nice markets where things are really cheap, those molls with AC and lightning and stuff are "tourist-class", can't rememeber the term but it was someone that seem to know what they were talking about, living in China or Chinese, oh wait this was in China, my mistake, but Taiwan should be similar. 96 $us for a 8 GB DDR4-2400 RAM stick, WTH? the most average DDR4 memory stick is that expensive? that's so wrong

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  • 17 juillet 2018 à 6:48
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    Well here in India i bought gtx 1080 last year for 750 USD(18% tax). LG Ultrawide 144 hz monitor for 750 usd(28% tax) . Americans are so fucking lucky they earn more and spend less and save more.

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  • 17 juillet 2018 à 6:48
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    in aus 1080 ti $1250 msi 1050ti 4 gb $250. These cards are on special $100 off each.

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  • 17 juillet 2018 à 6:48
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    You could totally haggle. If you're gonna build an entire system they'll probably give you $50 off. You can't haggle if you're buying something online. The upside to newegg is when things go on sale.

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  • 17 juillet 2018 à 6:48
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    I gotta say- I would have had to explain a suitcase of RAM to customs upon my return to the US! Lol. Those prices- even if only at that one shop- were really nice. Too bad we don't have a practical way to purchase them from there in our own living rooms

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  • 17 juillet 2018 à 6:48
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    so many youtuber coping each other even store clerks are like " Oh another youtuber,"

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  • 17 juillet 2018 à 6:48
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    Price fixing!

    Also have you not thought that maybe because you are a YouTuber, they are only wanting to advertise the high end prices to you?

    P.s. Sound guy rocking a pair of M50s. Good call.

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  • 17 juillet 2018 à 6:48
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    5 fellas in your team,at least there-must stack those small shop isles!

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  • 17 juillet 2018 à 6:48
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    Are these tech plazas in Taiwan geared towards DIY builders there or wholesalers buying in bulk? Sad we don't have something like this in the USA to shop and compare for DIYers.

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  • 17 juillet 2018 à 6:48
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    Note that video cards in Taiwan usually have 3~5 years of warranty. The same is true for motherboards. That makes things pricier.

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  • 17 juillet 2018 à 6:48
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    No USA makes the video complete bullshit. Use your thermal compound to lube your dildo..

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  • 17 juillet 2018 à 6:48
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    Ok, excuse me. I am pointing out a flaw here…… You skipped the high cost of the 1700. almost 300$ US when my wife just bought her 1700 a week ago for 225 with two year warrenty. After corsair HX 1200 gave a fart of death she decided that warrenties are a must unless you love RMA. Micro Center, love them at times.

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