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October 28, 2019, 06:50:09 PM
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Hi everyone,
I'm looking colocation for GPU with good prices near Czech Republic. I need to colocate 2-4 rigs (U6 case).
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October 28, 2019, 09:31:13 PM
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You likely won't be able to get amazing discounts or prices on cards around the EU markets. I know for a fact that a lot of my friends in Denmark and Germany need to pay ridiculously higher prices compared to the other countries like the US and Australia.

I'd recommend you to take a look at those countries - if you have friends there you can quite easy save 10-20 percent of the price, and most GPU's have worldwide warranty, so you'll be covered.

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October 29, 2019, 04:34:10 AM
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We have Facility in Bosnia ready for GPUs. We are US company but we own our facility in Bosnia.

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October 29, 2019, 01:13:28 PM
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You likely won't be able to get amazing discounts or prices on cards around the EU markets. I know for a fact that a lot of my friends in Denmark and Germany need to pay ridiculously higher prices compared to the other countries like the US and Australia.

Denmark and Germany are literally the two countries with two highest electricity prices of all European countries. Electricity in Czech Republic costs half of what it does in DK/DE on average.

We have Facility in Bosnia ready for GPUs. We are US company but we own our facility in Bosnia.

Are there any taxes/duties/VAT to be paid if someone wants to send their hardware to Bosnia? Or is it smuggled in? Wink

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October 29, 2019, 03:31:52 PM
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You likely won't be able to get amazing discounts or prices on cards around the EU markets. I know for a fact that a lot of my friends in Denmark and Germany need to pay ridiculously higher prices compared to the other countries like the US and Australia.

Denmark and Germany are literally the two countries with two highest electricity prices of all European countries. Electricity in Czech Republic costs half of what it does in DK/DE on average.

We have Facility in Bosnia ready for GPUs. We are US company but we own our facility in Bosnia.

Are there any taxes/duties/VAT to be paid if someone wants to send their hardware to Bosnia? Or is it smuggled in? Wink

It's all legal. Not really from the EU but there is some tax. We can estimate each time depends on the equipment.

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October 29, 2019, 10:10:30 PM
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You likely won't be able to get amazing discounts or prices on cards around the EU markets. I know for a fact that a lot of my friends in Denmark and Germany need to pay ridiculously higher prices compared to the other countries like the US and Australia.

Denmark and Germany are literally the two countries with two highest electricity prices of all European countries. Electricity in Czech Republic costs half of what it does in DK/DE on average.
Damn, I didn't know my friends were so unlucky, anyway, I didn't mean to point out that electricity in Denmark and Germany is extremely expensive, but instead, it was more to point out that GPU and computer part prices, in general, are extremely overpriced in Denmark and Germany, likely just due to their import fees, I believe.

For example, when I was looking at 2080ti's, they where around 1.8-2.2k in Australia (depends if you buy it from eBay with discount codes, or from an official computer store), and they go for around 2.5k in Germany and Denmark.

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For example, when I was looking at 2080ti's, they where around 1.8-2.2k in Australia (depends if you buy it from eBay with discount codes, or from an official computer store), and they go for around 2.5k in Germany and Denmark.

How well did you look? A non-reference 2080ti (https://geizhals.eu/palit-geforce-rtx-2080-ti-dual-ne6208t020lc-150a-a1909911.html) could be had for 1169 EUR which was 1870 AUD a year ago.

That's mostly German stores where the primary VAT rate is set at 19%, in Denmark it would probably have been several percent more as their primary VAT rate is set at 25%. There are no import fees/duties for most electronics including computer parts when importing from China to the EU.

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October 31, 2019, 09:06:00 AM
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What are you still mining with GPUs nowadays ? profits are near zero !
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November 01, 2019, 08:17:00 AM
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For example, when I was looking at 2080ti's, they where around 1.8-2.2k in Australia (depends if you buy it from eBay with discount codes, or from an official computer store), and they go for around 2.5k in Germany and Denmark.

How well did you look? A non-reference 2080ti (https://geizhals.eu/palit-geforce-rtx-2080-ti-dual-ne6208t020lc-150a-a1909911.html) could be had for 1169 EUR which was 1870 AUD a year ago.

That's mostly German stores where the primary VAT rate is set at 19%, in Denmark it would probably have been several percent more as their primary VAT rate is set at 25%. There are no import fees/duties for most electronics including computer parts when importing from China to the EU.
I haven't been looking at German prices since the RTX series came out, a lot more experience with the Danish market in recent years.

In Australia, if you buy from a brick and mortar store, the cards I was looking for which where the MSI GAMING X TRIO 2080ti's (best series of card ever, been using them for 5 years and have never had an issue with any of those cards), and they for a bit less then 2000, somewhere around the 1.9k region, 1.8k if you have eBay codes (this is AUD BTW).

In Denmark their major retailers are letting them go for around 2.2k, around a 10 percent increase in price, which is a fair chunk of change. Actually found a second hand one for 1500, bought some other parts (except case) and ended saving up 400 AUD (not including GPU)!

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