out of stock (Price Error) Asus DUAL-GTX1070-O8G 8G GTX 1070 Dual OC PCI-E VGA Card $404 @ MSY

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Graphics Engine
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070
Bus Standard
PCI Express 3.0
OpenGL
OpenGL®4.5
Video Memory
GDDR5 8GB
Engine Clock
OC Mode - GPU Boost Clock : 1797 MHz , GPU Base Clock : 1607 MHz
Gaming Mode (Default) - GPU Boost Clock : 1771 MHz , GPU Base Clock : 1582 MHz
*Retail goods are with default Gaming Mode, OC Mode can be adjusted with one click on GPU Tweak II
CUDA Core
1920
Memory Clock
8008 MHz
Memory Interface
256-bit
Resolution
Digital Max Resolution:7680x4320
Interface
DVI Output : Yes x 1 (Native) (DVI-D)
HDMI Output : Yes x 2 (Native) (HDMI 2.0)
Display Port : Yes x 2 (Native) (Regular DP)
HDCP Support : Yes
Software
ASUS GPU Tweak II & Driver
Dimensions
9.45 " x 5.08 " x 1.63 " Inch
24 x 12.9 x4.15 Centimeter
Note
. To have the best cooling performance, ASUS DUAL-GTX1070-O8G extends the fansink to 2.1 slots. Please double check you Chassis and Motherboard dimension prior to purchase to make sure it fits in your system!
. Note that the actual boost clock will vary depending on actual system conditions. For more information, please visit http://www.geforce.com/

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    Fantastic price. Limited stores with stock.

  • +2 votes

    F*@k me! That's cheap. Regret my 480 purchase now.

  • +1 vote

    Pricing error at $404 keke /hides

  • +2 votes

    Must resist…
    EDIT: So tempting…
    EDIT 02: Need to get off OzBargain

  • +2 votes

    Wow wasn't this supposed to be $505?

  • +1 vote

    Too cheap this will sell out in 10 minutes.

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    Anyone know if you can get Watch Dogs 2 with this too? That's a great deal

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    Damn this is soooooooooo tempting. I am going mental over deciding whether or not to pick up 2 of these to replace my 2x 970s.
    But BF1 already runs just fine on my current setup and that was the main deciding factor whether I would upgrade to the current gen cards.
    As much as this deal is really amazing, I think I'll not give into my urges…

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    Goneeeeeee….out of stock :(

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    Got it but it's on back order. How long does it usually get fulfilled?

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    Site cant be reached

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    Amazing deal we won't see this price at least for another 1 year. Too bad I'm broke at the moment!

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    out of stock website reports now :-(

  • -1 vote

    Looks like you can still order with the option of delivery which makes it about $422 still not bad:o

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    The Asus Strix Rx 480 8G @$319 is a bargain too, the msi one sell for $399, dont know whether come with civ6?

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    I think I am blessed that I am noob when it comes to this stuff. I am using an old, second-hand PC, and it's mainly for browsing the net. I would have spent way more money than I am spending now if I had been into these high-end PC gaming & graphics cards.

  • +4 votes

    As someone who bought this for $505 on their boxing day sale…I hope this is a pricing error. For those who are "tempted"…what the ozbargain is wrong with you? It's the cheapest it will be for a year.

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    Well done to those that got their orders in.

  • +1 vote

    It still appears as available for QLD Online and SA Online, along with select branches. If you're in either of these two states, you may be able to log in - specifying your state - and successfully order.

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    So this is where I'm curious how the 28 degrees shoppers protection works? I purchased this for $505 to pick it up today, and now the price is $404 (I've saved the webpage with available stock) - they should in theory refund the difference within 6 months of purchase.

    • -1 vote

      Yeah should talk to MSY they should refund you. No one should buy a product then same day price is dropped by $100

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    Fk that's cheap

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    HS OP HAS BANGED A GOOD DEAL!!!!!!!!

  • +2 votes

    Missed out. Oh well. Better to work and earn money than to sit home and spend money.

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    MSY went down after paying by paypal, but the order went through fine.
    ordered from SA Online as it was listed as 'IN STOCK' still.

  • +3 votes

    Consider buying a headset from MSY for $0?
    +shipping..

    http://www.msy.com.au/viconline/peripherals/14942-razer-rz-a...

    • +2 votes

      Wow… looks like the MSY webmaster in gonna be in trouble.. Just figured out it's reapplying all the sales discounts for a second time on all boxing day products.

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        Totally right. Wonder if they what's going to happen next.

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          Just brought that Samsung curved 34in monitor. Thats $400 off, paid for it online. Not risking pickup option only to hear that they can't match it because of pricing error. Way I see it is that they have taken my money already.

          Forgot to mention the 'free' razor headphones as well.

          Fingers crossed, you're right lets see what happens next if they honour it or not.

        • +1 vote

          @pacusi: I picked up the monitor for 588 in the morning. I had my order for 789 confirmed but when i checked up the stocks while queuing, I saw the price and thought screw that I'm not showing my order and trying my luck to see if they would sell it to me for 588. And they did!

          This boxing day sale is a bit silly IMO, I was one of the first people in the store in the morning and already they've crossed 3-4 items out because they were out of stock

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          @Hunga: Your lucky man that is a Bargain!

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      Now it changed to $10,998.90.

    •  

      Now $10,998.90, what a bargain hahahaha

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    Well I just got stung.

    I was checking out of PayPal with a single order when the website was having problems and apparently my single order turned into 3 separate single orders, all confirmed in email and maxed out my overdraft on my everyday account..

    •  

      Sounds like you should be making a 'for sale ' post… You'll be able to move them

      • +1 vote

        I really highly doubt that MSY will be shipping them at that price, I just wanted to try my luck with 1 as I had that sitting in my account.

        I may be looking at overdraft fees and don't want to have to pass that on, so I'm going to try and cancel rather.

        I'm kind of hoping that MSY get onto it as a price error ASAP and get the funds back, so I can contact my bank to inform them of the website issues and not have to pay a fee for the overdraft.

        • +2 votes

          While I understand,and applaud your use of logic, my brain is just repeating "blah blah 1070 $404!"

  • +1 vote

    Yeah just purchased online from the SA store. Paid $429.20 including delivery to QLD. This was a good deal, lets see if they follow through with it.

    Freaking Kudos, well spotted and reported on OZbargain. 2 Major deals in 1 day… MX Master mouse for $63 for officeworks after Harvey Norman Price match and now awesome deal on a card I was contemplating for awhile.

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    SA_Online Low Stock - Contact Store
    TAS_Glenorchy Low Stock - Contact Store
    VIC_Brooklyn In Stock
    VIC_Cheltenham In Stock
    VIC_Geelong In Stock
    VIC_Pascoevale Low Stock - Contact Store

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    Managed to get mine in, it was still in my basket… switched stores to VIC_Cheltenham who had stock… so switching stores might work for some.

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    My order just went through with SA Online but then I got an email "Thanks for your order with the reference ***** from MSY SA Online.

    Unfortunately, one or more items are currently out of stock. This may cause a slight delay in your delivery. Please accept our apologies and rest assured that we are working hard to rectify this."

    Blargh. Who knows how long that could be.

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    pricing error is obvious

  • +3 votes

    Went to Mitcham store, they ran out but said it was a pricing error and wouldn't do it anyway

    • +3 votes

      Yeah pretty obvious it's a pricing error and they will probably dishonour the purchase?

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        https://www.lawanswers.com.au/blog/australian-consumer-law-r...

        Wrong price
        Where all units of the same item have been priced incorrectly or are scanning incorrectly at the register, the seller does not have an obligation to honour that price. In these circumstances, the seller is within its rights to correct the error at the register by offering you the item at the correct price (provided this is done before your payment is accepted).

        A seller can’t attempt to correct the error or claw back any money after they have processed your sale and accepted payment, as the transaction (and the contract) is deemed complete at this point.

        Transaction went through, I wonder what they will do?

        Edit: Online transaction so I guess its not auto acceptance of payment. We can only hope I guess

  • +2 votes

    Hmmm, they had heaps of stock yesterday. Seems unusual that they would have an error where it was on sale for $505 yesterday and then it go to $404 and all the stock suddenly disappears within 10 or so minutes of it coming up on OzBargain. Sounds a lot like another error. Hope you guys get the orders fulfilled or your money back.

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    Pricing error, but it's been showing for around 3 hours and hasn't been rectified?

    •  

      This is MSY we're talking about here.

      On their best day when they're trying to sell you something they take their time, let alone on Boxing day with a pricing error.

    • +1 vote

      Pricing has been changed. Shows $505 now.

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    Time to unfreeze stock!!

  • +1 vote

    PRICE ERROR >>> They DOUBLE discounted on ALL their boxing day sales…

    Was gonna get the samsung 34" 3440x1440 for $588 before they chamged it back to $789.

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    Definitely won't be honoured. Some incompetent person reduced the price from $605 to $505 before the boxing day sale officially started. When the sale day came they applied the $100 discount again. Not realising they had already done so.

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    They aren't honoring any of the deal of the day items that were incorrectly priced. I tried to pick up my stuff from Slacks Creek. It seems all the stores received an email at 10.30am telling them not to honor it.

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      Had you already paid for it online, then went in to pick it up? I believe once the items had been paid for and the transaction complete. They would have to honor it. Even better that they got an email this morning at 10:30am if they were really concerned they could have put the site offline until they fixed it or made the products unavailable. The way I see it, they have taken my money, provided me with a email receipt confirming my order and payment. We're entitled to the products as per Australia Consumer Law.

      • +3 votes

        Nah this happens all the time on ozbargain. A price error is in their favour.

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        There is no such thing in the ACL unfortunately

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        1. Where all units of the same item have been priced incorrectly or are scanning incorrectly at the register, the seller does not have an obligation to honour that price. In these circumstances, the seller is within its rights to correct the error at the register by offering you the item at the correct price (provided this is done before your payment is accepted).

        2. A seller can’t attempt to correct the error or claw back any money after they have processed your sale and accepted payment, as the transaction (and the contract) is deemed complete at this point.

        I thought part 2 would be in our favour? As sales has been processed and payment accepted.

      • +4 votes

        I found this in their terms and conditions though:

        17 . An automated confirmation of a successful order submitted by you is an offer to purchase the Goods or
        Services for the price plus the Delivery / Handling / Service charge as shown at the time of submission of
        your order. MSY may, in its sole and discretion, accept or reject your offer and refund the payment in full.

        I think this is out of our hands.

  • +7 votes

    Why are you guys debating this. Retailers are within their rights to cancel any orders due to pricing error

    •  

      MSY has been serving Australia with competitive prices on computer components for decades. You don't want to piss them off and put them out of business right? We will lose competitive prices if MSY is gone.

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    Back in stock

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    I got my 480X 2 months ago for $400, that was considered cheap.
    Now I regret it/

    • -1 vote

      I got my Asus ROG Strix GTX 1070 from Amazon for just over $600 nearly 3 months ago when I was putting together my new build.
      Now I still don't regret it, because tech prices generally drop.

  • +2 votes

    So has anyone got their refund or a response from msy yet?

    • +3 votes

      Nope. Looks like they're gonna hold onto our money for a while.

      • +2 votes

        Hey fellas,

        I bought the Samsung Ultrawide monitor from MSY whilst the website was glitching (got it for $588 rather than $798) and I was speaking to a fellow on a facebook forum who says he too bought the same monitor from MSY but in-store, not online. He said once he arrived at the MSY that they originally told him that the price was incorrect and that they would not honour it but after reminding them of their recent ACCC issues they made a phone call and ended up giving him the monitor for $588, weather this is a one off or not, I don't know. But under ACCC they must honour the price paid once the transaction is complete. I've had my money taken from my credit card and the order is under the "payment accepted" status, so it will be interesting to see where this goes. Hope this helps.

        Cheers

      • +1 vote

        Taken from the ACCC website:

        Wrong price

        Where all units of the same item have been priced incorrectly or are scanning incorrectly at the register, the seller does not have an obligation to honour that price. In these circumstances, the seller is within its rights to correct the error at the register by offering you the item at the correct price (provided this is done before your payment is accepted).

        A seller can’t attempt to correct the error or claw back any money after they have processed your sale and accepted payment, as the transaction (and the contract) is deemed complete at this point.

        Multiple pricing

        Multiple pricing occurs when there are two different prices appearing for one product. This situation can arise where some units of the same item have been marked down and others have not. In this situation, the seller is not able to correct the price at the register and is legally obliged to either:

        1. sell the item to you for the lower price; or
        2. remove all units of the item from sale until the pricing is corrected.
        •  

          If you look at the other post for the original $505 price it looks like one of the purchasers got the $404 price fulfilled in store despite the glitch.

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          @pennyless: Yeah it seems to be a mixed bag of results from in store purchases, may be different for online purchases however…

        • +1 vote

          @TomRat: judging by the fact that the card went from out of stock to back in stock in a few hours I assumed they were cancelling the cheap ones.
          Doubt I'll see mine shipped.

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          I've studied a very basic course in contract law, so take what I say with a grain of salt.

          This really isn't so much of an ACCC matter (the excerpt you got isn't from ACCC), it's more in the realms of contracts. When you offer a good for sale be it online or in-store, it is an invitation to treat. In a physical store a transaction/contract is only complete when you go to the cashier and the cashier accepts the money thereby completing the contract, as this is seen as a gesture of acceptance. But before accepting the money, the cashier has all the opportunity to correct the pricing error and decline the offer. This is the scenario that your excerpt is referring to, and this is absolutely correct. In this case, MSY caved in and gave it to him at 588, but not because they were under any obligations to do so… They were pressured/threatened to do so. However, this isn't what we're dealing with here. In your case as it was made online, this is treated differently and for good reasons.

          With online orders, automatically processing the money isn't seen as an acceptance of offer because a silly error such as selling 1000 monitors for $1, could be made in a matter of minutes. It would be completely unfair to expect the retailer to go bankrupt to fulfill the orders that were done automatically through the system. This would never happen in a physical store, even if it was displayed by mistake at $1. By that reasoning, payments and orders being processed automatically by the system isn't an acceptance of offer. It is only when the retailer fulfills the order by shipping it or by giving it to you is it an acceptance of the offer.

          So MSY is still within their rights to decline it and this has nothing to do with ACCC. The guy kinda threatened MSY knowing their past troubles with ACCC.

          You really don't need to look at case law to figure out that you aren't entitled to get it at the incorrect price, just look at all the past "deals" which involve online pricing errors.

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          @Hunga: Either way MSY have taken $400+ of our money. All I wanted was to buy the card at $500 like their poster advertises. It's not my fault their site screwed up and made it $400. Now I have to wait till who knows how long to get my money back so I can actually get the card!! I find it extremely odd we haven't heard anything from them. If they truly were going to refund everyone, why wouldn't they send a mass email to all buyers ASAP? It's a massive inconvenience at this point, and I'm sure many others are probably wanting their card soon, but can't get it soon because MSY have locked up our money.

          I have another $2000+ worth of parts that I need to buy and currently MSY is looking pretty poor in my eyes.

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    Wait for Vega, its just around the corner. Prices are going to drop.

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      What's this? Can you explain?
      EDIT: Looked it up, I assume you mean the new GPU that will drop the price of the old.

  • +1 vote

    Pretty poor that they haven't they haven't refunded yet, or even sent out emails explaining the price error.

    They are holding on to a lot of money!

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      Surely by this point we'd have a strong argument against them.
      Like they've had our order and payments for 2 days now, so we could 'assume' that everything is going to plan and they are preparing to ship out our GPU's.
      They clearly had people in the office updating the price Monday after they sold out, so no email = I'm assuming it's fine.

      Of course that's just me being hopeful, ignoring MSY's history