Sell Corporate

used GPU

Complete Chain-of-Custody
Specialize in Bulk Buy Back

100% Secure Old GPU Selling Process

100% Compliant

Eco-friendliest Solution to Corporate Used GPU Recycling 

If you're looking to sell your used GPUs, look no further. We offer the highest prices for both new and used GPUs. As the leading expert in GPU recycling, we take pride in our high ethical security standards that guarantee the safe recycling of your used GPU. If necessary, we also provide various options for responsible disposal and physical destruction of your used GPU.

Selling your used GPUs to Big Data Supply Inc. is hassle-free, and we cover shipping from any location in the world.

sell all brands & Types of new & Used GPU

And more...
LTO Ultrium
Data Tape Media

The process of selling used gpu is simple


Send a list of old gpu

We'll send a quote back to you.


Ship it

Once we agree on a price, send us your used GPU. We'll even come to pick it up. Nice, huh?


Get paid

Once the data is erased, you'll receive payment and a data-destruction certificate. You know, to hang on the fridge.

READY, SET, SELL USED GPU. Fill out the form to get going.

Embedded Form - Sell IT

By submitting this form, I agree to receive email responses from Big Data Supply.

Questions? Contact us via Live Chat, or
Toll Free (800) 905-7329.

Currently buying & supplying IT in over
100 countries and counting!


Big Data Supply’s used GPU guaranteed buyback program is designed to help you minimize risk, stay compliant with relevant regulations, and ensure you get the best price when you sell your used GPUs to us. We offer free value audits in our used GPU selling program so you can make sure you are getting the best possible value out of your assets. You’ll get a complete chain of custody tracking to make sure your used GPUs achieve the destination point. Big Data Supply Inc. simply offers the most economically sound and environmentally responsible way to recycle or sell old GPUs.

Big Data Supply Inc. is R2v3 & RIOS certified. Achieving both certifications requires a commitment to following the highest standards in electronic waste management and GPU recycling. The RIOS certification is an ANSI-accredited standard that incorporates ISO 14001 (environment), ISO 9001 (quality), and OHSAS 18001 (safety) processes, while the R2v3 certification is the most widely respected standard for electronics recycling. When a company is awarded R2v3 & RIOS certification, it demonstrates its dedication to responsible recycling standards. We stay on top of changes in the industry and emerging technology. We are committed to developing new services that meet evolving customer needs. As a customer, you can rely on us and be confident in getting a consistent level of service, no matter where or when you sell your used GPUs.
Frequently Asked Questions
What should I do with my old GPU?

There are a few options available to you when it comes to dealing with an older GPU, depending on its age, condition, and other factors. 

While throwing it away may seem like the most straightforward option, it is not the most financially or environmentally responsible course of action. 

Instead, there are several more practical options that can help you extend the lifespan of your GPU or recoup some of your initial investment.

  • Sell it: If your used GPU is still in good working condition, you could consider selling it. There are many online marketplaces, forums, and social media profiles dedicated to buying and selling used GPU and other computer hardware. When you sell old GPUs, it can help you recover some of the initial investment you made in the hardware and also extend its lifespan.
  • Donate it: Another option is to donate your GPU to charity. Many charities accept donations of old computer hardware, and there might be educational institutions or non-profit organizations in your area that could benefit from your older GPUs or other IT assets. Donating your older GPUs will give you the opportunity to help someone in need and contribute to your community
  • Repurpose it: If your old GPU is still in good working condition but is no longer attractive in terms of resale value, you could repurpose it for other uses. For example, you could set up a cryptocurrency mining rig using the old GPU or use it as part of a GPU-powered machine learning or AI development system. You could even repurpose the GPU to set up a media station or a gaming PC.
  • Recycle it: If your old GPU is no longer working or you don't want to donate or sell old GPUs, recycling it is the best option. Rather than letting it end up in a landfill, you could check if there are any certified GPU recycling companies in your area that can handle used GPU recycling in an environmentally responsible way. Companies like Big Data Supply Inc. can ensure the recovery of valuable components and safe, environmentally responsible disposal of hazardous materials.


Is it safe to sell used GPUs?

If you're looking to get rid of your old graphic card or upgrade to a newer model, selling your used GPU can be a viable option. Yet, it's always important to take certain precautions to ensure not only a successful transaction but also your data privacy and security.

Here are some tips to keep in mind:

  • Before trying to sell used GPUs, make sure to thoroughly assess the condition of it. Use appropriate diagnostic tools to test whether the GPU is functioning properly and check for any physical defects.
  • If you sell old GPUs along with a computer that includes storage devices (HDDs, SSDs, etc.), be sure to format them and use data erasure software if necessary.
  • Take clear and high-quality photos of the GPU from different angles to show its condition and any defects. This can help potential buyers make informed decisions and protect you in case of disputes. It’s best to be honest about its condition. Don’t try to hide defects or performance issues to avoid future issues. 
  • Package the GPU securely with adequate packing material and a sturdy box to prevent damage during shipping.
  • If you're shipping the GPU yourself, opt for a shipping method that includes insurance and tracking to protect both you and the buyer.
  • Sell used GPUs to a trusted ITAD company like Big Data Supply Inc. to reduce the potential risks involved in selling to an individual buyer.


Where can I sell my used GPU?

If you are looking to sell your used GPUs, there are several viable options available. Here are a few possibilities you can consider:

  1. Private Buyers: You may have friends or family members who are interested in purchasing your used GPU. However, it's important to exercise caution when you sell used GPUs to individuals, even if you know them personally.
  2. Trade-in Programs: Some retailers and GPU manufacturers offer trade-in programs for used GPUs. This can be a great option if you're planning to upgrade your GPU and want to offset the cost.
  3. Online Marketplaces: Popular online marketplaces like Amazon, eBay, and Craigslist are great platforms to sell used GPUs to potential buyers.
  4. Dedicated Hardware Marketplaces: Hardware marketplaces like Newegg and Hardware Swap cater specifically to tech enthusiasts and can be a great option for selling your used GPU.
  5. ITAD Companies and Resellers: Certified ITAD companies and IT equipment resellers like Big Data Supply Inc. offer competitive prices and handle the entire process for you, including secure data erasure and pickup services. This option is especially great if you are selling used GPUs in bulk.
  6. Local Computer Stores: If you want to sell your old hardware quickly, many local computer stores buy and resell used GPUs. However, keep in mind that you may not get the most competitive price.


What to do before selling your old GPU?

If you're planning to sell used GPUs, below are some important precautions you can take to ensure a successful and safe transaction: 

  1. Clean and Inspect the GPU: Before you list your used GPU for sale, make sure to thoroughly clean the unit. You can use isopropyl alcohol and a soft cloth to clean the GPU’s exterior. Also, make sure to inspect the graphics card to see whether there’s any damage or physical defect. Keeping your GPU in a presentable condition can help attract potential buyers.
  2. Test the GPU: Before you sell old GPUs, it's always best to test the performance. You can use benchmark software like FurMark or 3DMark to do this. Another option is to run a few games or benchmarks to test the GPU's performance manually. Make sure to document your findings to help present the GPU to potential buyers and settle any disputes later.
  3. Set a Fair Price: To get the most out of your used GPU while selling it, you need to set a fair price. Do your research and see the market price of similar GPUs. Consider factors like its age, condition, and current performance to set a reasonable price.
  4. Take High-Quality Photos: Taking high-quality and presentable photos of your used GPU is highly important and can make or break your effort to attract any potential buyers. Take clear and detailed pictures that highlight the graphics card's conditions and features. Be honest about any damages or defects to avoid any future disputes.
  5. Ensure Secure Packaging: If you plan to ship the used GPU, make sure to use a sturdy box or appropriate packaging materials to protect it from any damage during transport. You can also use cushioning materials inside the box to add further protection to the old GPU unit.


How many years does GPU last?

As with any technology, the lifespan of a GPU can vary considerably depending on a number of factors, including the make and model of the GPU, how it is used, the environment in which it is located, and the quality of the hardware itself. 

On average, however, a well-maintained GPU can last anywhere from three to five years. With exceptional care, some GPUs can last for eight years or more. On the other hand, factors such as overheating, stress, and overclocking can all significantly reduce the GPU’s lifespan.

Besides its physical condition and performance, however, it’s also important to take into account the rapid advancements of graphics-intensive applications and video games. As these programs become more demanding, even a well-maintained GPU may not be able to keep up, thus shortening its practical and effective lifespan. So, it might be a good option to sell old GPUs and replace them with new ones.

To maximize the lifespan of your GPU, there are a few key steps you can take:

  • Keep your GPU clean: Dust and debris can accumulate inside your GPU, causing it to overheat and perform poorly. Regularly clean both your computer and your GPU with a can of compressed air to keep it running smoothly.
  • Optimize airflow: Make sure your GPU is well-ventilated by ensuring proper heat management and airflow in your computer case. Invest in a good case fan or even advanced heat management technologies like liquid cooling to keep your system running cool.
  • Avoid overclocking: While overclocking can give you a boost in performance, it can also significantly shorten the lifespan of your GPU and decrease its resale value in case you decide to sell used GPUs in the future. Unless you have a specific need for overclocking, it is best to avoid it and stick with the manufacturer's recommended settings.


How much does an old GPU cost?

When trying to sell old GPUs or upgrade them with newer models,  you might wonder about the value of your old graphics card and how much you could sell it for. 

Generally speaking, the average price of a used GPU drops by 50% of its initial value in the first year after its release and then continues to decrease at a slower rate. Over the next two years, you can expect the used GPU to lose around 25% of its value. 

In terms of pricing, older GPUs can range from less than $50 for outdated or entry-level models to over $1,000 for high-end or sought-after old GPUs. 

To summarize, there are three main factors influencing the value of your old GPU:

  • Age: As expected, older GPUs decrease in value more quickly than newer ones. Additionally, when a direct replacement model is released, the GPU's value will decline faster.
  • Condition: The condition of the used GPU can also impact its value. A GPU that is still performing optimally will depreciate more slowly than one that is damaged or in poor condition. So, it is important to consider the condition before you sell used GPUs.
  • Demand: Finally, the demand for a GPU model can have a significant impact on its price. GPUs that are highly sought-after will depreciate more slowly (and may even appreciate in value), while low-demand or obsolete models will lose value more quickly.