out of stock MSI NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Gaming X Trio 11GB Graphic Card $1907 Delivered @ Harvey Norman

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I've been waiting for a sale on 2080ti's this is the first one I've seen and its not too bad. Its online only and shipping cost varies.

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  • +11 votes

    Whoa

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      …didn't even know harvey norman sells computer components…….thought it was just mainly white goods……

  • +6 votes

    Almost got excited until I saw the monstrosity that is the price tag

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    Unbelievable the amount of retailers charging over RRP for these cards, especially since they have a tendency to catch fire.
    Will wait for supply and prices to normalize before even entertaining getting one of these cards.

    The high failure rates aren't very reassuring either

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      I read that only the reference design pcbs were failures.. not sure though and this is a custom pcb

      https://www.overclock.net/forum/69-nvidia/1706276-official-n...

    • -1 vote

      This is the US RRP for this card ($1250), plus GST. It's not a good deal, but they're not gouging either.

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        The 2080 TI Founders Edition which is supposed to sell for $100-200 premium over AiB cards is $1899 with free shipping. So Asus/Giga/MSI/EVGA cards should be selling for $1800 or less.

        • +1 vote

          That's for cards without a factory overclock, which use a different GPU binning.

          This is a factory overclocked card, with premium features. I don't rate the difference as highly as these price points, but there is one.

          An entry level 2080ti would have an RRP of $1550 here, once they start appearing.

    • +1 vote

      Ouch. $1900 is more than an entire brand new mid-range gaming PC (a mid-range gaming PC for me would be one with a Nvidia 1070 GPU and one of the better overclockable Intel CPUs, a 24 to 27 inch non-TN monitor, able to run games on high settings at 1920 or 2560 resolutions but not at 4k).

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      especially since they have a tendency to catch fire.

      1 = tendency. TIL. Got any further examples other than HardOCPs?

  • +5 votes

    Wtf are you guys on about. Every online retailer is charging 2100+ for these and 80% of them arent in stock. 1900 is quite good. If the card fails then you have a 4yr warranty and I'm sure HN will have their own warranty too.

    • +2 votes

      This is OzBargain, people critize everything that's a luxury regardless of price/savings, and unfortunately this is one of those.

  • +4 votes

    Not knocking the fact that is likely a very good price but WOW! 1.9k for a GPU. I thought my 1080ti for $900+ was a lot of money but this is a whole new level!

  • +1 vote

    Decent price for AU stock. $1620 with Amexs, free shipping with shipster don’t forget. Whether you like the idea of paying such money to nvidia or HN is another matter unfortunately.

  • +1 vote

    ok what the actual (profanity) is going on with nvidia that 1.9k is considered a deal?

  • +3 votes

    Why the neg comments? this is cheaper than the all cards except the founders edition and it's a good card from a reputable brand.
    Is it worth it? hell no. But it's a good price.

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    …. Bargain……

  • +2 votes

    Great price, just bought 3 for my 3 way sli

  • +1 vote

    If I was a pro gamer, I will buy this.

    But I just play old Xbox one games for 70-80% discount during the ultimate sales.

    This is still way cheaper than buying a cool sports car.

  • +2 votes

    A word of warning using HN Online, they have terrible shipping times and crap customer service - I ordered a card and then found out it would be 14 business days (three weeks) until shipped on an item that showed in stock saying ships in 4-10 days. Also if you checkout without creating an account they don't advise you a tracking number when shipped, after talking to 3 different online chat people , none could provide tracking and had to go to store so manager could email online dept.to get it.

  • +2 votes

    It's about 200 less than I paid but as above beware of HN. I've been waiting 3 weeks now and because I didn't create an account or login they can't tell me anything. The suppliers are consistently out of stock.

    I've spoken to a number of people where it's taken 6 weeks and up for delivery. They had a 3-4 week warning when I bought, then pushed that to 6 weeks and now today all of that is gone and it's just 'Your purchase will be delivered direct to you from the supplier and wait times may vary.' I'm still hopeful mine will arrive this week but HN online customer service is worse than useless, tickets and emails ignored, huge wait times to call them, very bad customer service.

  • +2 votes

    Not a comment about price but anyone else notice this when clicked via mobile.

    https://imgur.com/a/tALPW81

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    TFW when Harvey Norman is the cheapest place to get a GPU.

    • +4 votes

      We are in the twilight zone. Expect msy to start sell sofa and kitchen appliances shortly.

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        Umart, the… PC store… is now selling kids toys, baby accessories and cycling accessories…

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    Well it must have been popular, the entire graphics cards page is gone let alone that deal/link, also the mobo's have vanished?

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      Spoke to HN customer service, these are all sold out and not being restocked. Rather disappointed at missing out on it but there's always a next time.

      • +1 vote

        They sold out a product in a couple of hours, and then don't want to sell anymore? Retailing has certainly changed.

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    Is the 2080Ti that much better than a 2080?

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      It's notably faster, but it's $600 to $900 more for 3gb more GDDR6 ram, 20-40% more performance, and a high risk of RMA failure.. Compared to the ~$1300 RTX 2080.

      Its nothing on the scale of the Quadro or Titan series of prosumer / industry cards, but those are close to the price of vehicles once you pay GST and shipping and Australia Tax.

      The intended market for the 2080ti is for 2018 games to have RTX in 4k resolutions.

      In the only game that has RTX… Just the one, it struggles at 20 to 30fps, up to 40-45fps.

      The RMA problem is perhaps overblown for retail versions, but it's been 2 months, with now, hundreds of examples and low stock availability. Some people are on their third RMA, and expecting a 4th card to be RMA/returned…

      over the RTX 2080, for $1200-$1800 (asus strix has become the new Apple) which has a similar / identical performance to the previous generation GTX 1080ti in games made in 2018. In a few games the 1080ti is faster due to the 11gb VRAM.

      You can find the 1080ti for $900 secondhand, but people are keeping their old hardware instead.

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      Yes. The extra performance makes the longevity viable. Problem is, this is really based on "old" manufacturing and the new will be available next year. Should get better performance per watt, and AMD may offer some competition which may make the money spent a big disappointment. A lot of people have been waiting for an upgrade, and due to the Mining Craze, the wait is getting ridiculous. What do you do? Only other option is to gamble on a lower midrange card to get by until better value?

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    Damn, the HN reps are assholes. I didn't see this deal yesterday and hit up their live chat today to ask about it.

    Completely ignored, "We don't know anything about that", then closed the chat on me…

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    Was funny how they just 404'd the page when it got I assume smashed. Also they are being very sly on the fact that for the 2080ti's at least it's still quoted as 6 weeks and ive already waited 3. I know a guy who has waited 6 weeks and is still waiting for another 6 if you ask HN. So they put a generic 'you wont get this before Xmas' They probably mean Xmas next year! So just be aware of that.