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Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 Mini ITX OC 8GB Graphics Cards $408.66 USD ($543.52 AUD) Delivered @ Amazon

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For those that need a Mini ITX sized card for a SFF build, or willing to make a compromise vs a non-reference cooler design, or just want the best price - to my knowledge - on a GTX 1070. This review mentions this card runs at better temps than a reference design card.

Current exchange rate makes the price $543.52 AUD delivered to Australia which is more than $100 cheaper than the best price on staticice (not delivered).

It's amazing that Amazon can deliver this item to Australia for only $10.67 USD which is a better delivery price than with many local retailers.

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    Excellent

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    Oh dang this is the one I've been wanting super bad. And so much cheaper than here.

    Augh.

    EDIT: Bought. Thanks, man.

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      Nice. Do you have a SFF build?

      I preordered mine a few days ago and it just got dispatched today when stock arrived.

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        Building up to one, yeah.

        After this, just gotta get the motherboard, power supply and the case itself. It'll be the first PC I've built for myself. I've had a few missteps along the way, but I'm looking forward to the end result~

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          Which case are you leaning towards?

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          @Ryanek: I have my heart set on the Silverstone ML08. For whatever reason, I love the damn thing. But it makes my planned build all that more difficult. If I didn't have a large hard drive I wanted to put in it, I could've gotten a full size graphics card, for instance.

          But oh well. Haven't seen any other cases that pique my interest, so I'm gonna try and make it work.

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          @Selenium: I dont know of any SFF cases that require an "ITX" card. I have a Silverstone SG13 with a full sized EVGA GTX1070. Anyway still an amazing price.

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          @fxxxit: He mentioned the extra space is needed for a hard disk.

          My mini itx build i.e. an NCase M1 case also allows for a full size card but my watercooled setup is using some of the space a full length card would take. That's my reason for the shorter card anyway.

          I may custom watercool this card

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          @googolplex: Yup. The ML08 can fit either a full size card OR a smaller card AND an extra hard drive. Which is what I desire. So it's why I've had my eye on these ones. Was a toss up between the cheap Zotac 1060 or to hold out for the Gigabyte 1070 on sale. Glad I got the latter, will be more future proof. :D

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    droppppinggg

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    Grrrr just bought the reference card in the ebay deal for $560, but build is mini ITX (Thermaltake Core V1), so this would've been spot on

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      Hope youu don't mean the fill size card, it's a bit of a lumbering fats it's full size :|

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    Now they just need to make a low-profile version of a current card! Nice find OP.

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    Tempting… any deals on 470/480's?

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    Eugh, I'm torn. I want a 1060/70, but I have a i5 4670k built into a Corsair 250D (ITX). I currently have a Windforce3x GTX 770, but I'm not sure if I want a small card or a larger one.

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      If you have the room go full length

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        Why is that? Does this not perform the same as the full length cards?

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          Well - and this is pure assumption on my part - the heatsink is not going to be as big but it's dealing with the same thermal load as a full size card. This presumably has some effects on user overclocking and possibly noise levels.

          But as I understand it if the clock numbers are identical for GPU/MEM then yes, identical performance.

          Please take this with a large grain of salt though.

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          Yeah, I cant find a real lot about these little beasts, but I figure it's on here so it's obviously a bargain! Bought one! Somehow I seem to spend more money each time I look at OzBargain. But then again, at these bargain prices, the more you buy the more you save :-) Thanks OP.

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          The performance difference is very negligible because nvidia has voltage locked the pascal cards, so you tend to see very little differences.
          https://nl.hardware.info/reviews/6937/4/gigabyte-geforce-gtx...

          The biggest difference you will see is noise. This card seems to be as loud as the reference card at load.
          https://nl.hardware.info/reviews/6937/11/gigabyte-geforce-gt...

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    How do you actually buy these items from Amazon.. Checkout says my australian addresses cannot be shipped to.

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      Also "Item not eligible for pickup"

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      The Amazon product page is currently showing stock for a 3rd party seller.
      Look below the Add to Cart button and there should be an option to buy directly from Amazon.com

      Most graphics cards bought directly from Amazon (rather than a 3rd party seller) will ship to Australia.
      While some 3rd party sellers may ship to Australia, I find the shipping rates through Amazon are usually better, plus there's the added benefit of superior service for warranty claims (i.e. return shipping expenses usually covered by Amazon).

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        Thanks a lot! I still haven't got the hand of Amazon in general.. most products I can't find them shipping to Aus or the shipping is gigantic i.e. 50$ for a small container?

        Is there a technique for searching for these sorts of Aus-friendly deals?

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          There should be a filter to the left of your search results under International Shipping.
          Click the checkbox next to the Ship to Australia option.

          I find it's not 100% accurate but most items displayed should ship to Australia

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          You can also try filtering for a Seller of Amazon.com as they usually have more reasonable shipping rates compared to 3rd party sellers

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          @googolplex:

          Thanks, shows there are no Z170M (mATX) available to Aus then.. I filter for Australia shipping and they all disappear!

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    ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1070 Mini might be another option, but cant see it being sold anywhere yet… Didn't look that hard though.

    EDIT: http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814500408&nm_mc=OTC-sho6b0tCA&cm_mmc=OTC-sho6b0tCA--Video+Card+-+Nvidia--ZOTAC-_-14500408 (looked a bit harder). Ah its 4CM longer then the Gigabyte one.

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      I did notice the announcement on that card when it launched. If it was available on Amazon at a similar price to the Gigabyte then I would have got it just for the extra ports. Would have removed the fans eventually to watercool. The PCB length is the same as the gigabyte.

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    Mine arrived today, thanks OP!