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Gigabyte RTX2070 8GB Gaming PCIe Video Card PN GV-N2070WF3-8GC - $679.15 + Delivery (Free with eBay Plus) @ Computer Alliance

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Should be a good price. Cant find any lower offer.

Original 15% off All Items at Computer Alliance & Videopro on eBay Deal Post

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    Looks like you need eBya Plus to get it for $680 delivered. Otherwise it's $695.

  • +2 votes

    I must resist upgrading my GTX 980 for a little longer.

    • +2 votes

      Next series would be a lovely huge jump performance wise with a more ready rtx need.

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      I'm in the same boat. 2070 is pretty much twice the performance.

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      Just got this and I'm also upgrading from a Gtx 980… excited.

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        Is it worth the upgrade? Decisions…

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          Can only let you know on Monday when it gets here!

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          It doubles the score on 3D Mark from a GTX980 to RTX2070. I dare say it's worth the upgrade but I'm holding of as I'm thinking about upgrading whole computer.

          • +2 votes

            @willy000: If you're planning a new build then hold off for the Intel 10th gen chips for sure as they supposedly going to be a pretty good upgrade (9th gen was just a slightly updated 8th gen chip) when they release this year; you can buy a new gpu for now and then just incorporate it to the new system later.

            If you do wait through, maybe the rumored GTX 1180 will be more appealing if you're not big on RTX ; that card is supposedly a 2080 without the new features (which aren't looking like they are worth it for the time being).

            • +2 votes

              @twdnewh: Those 1180 'rumors' are based on info from before or around when the 2080 released, when everyone thought the 2080 was going to be the 1180. Very unlikely they will release a non-rtx card faster than the 2060 methinks.

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          I'd wait for Navi..

    • +1 vote

      i upgraded from a GTX 980 last week, to a 1080ti from ebay US for $600USD. IMO, 980 GTX still does a terrific job and the upgrade has been minimal visually, mostly because I'm playing older games. Metal Gear Solid V still runs top FPS and looks great on both cards. Ive maxed everything in the nvidia profiles. I havent tried with more recent games yet.
      I'm also gaming on a TV, so I can only assume the upgrade would look better on a gaming monitor.
      I'll get $250-$300 resale for the 980, going by current prices in my area (Im living overseas).

      HODL your 980s

  • -3 votes

    forced selling at a high price by manipulating stock availability ie ozzie market economics by oligopoly reinforced by government policies to support price rigging.

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    Is this card still give free games?

    • +2 votes

      Nope.

      "2. This promotion is valid on new purchases from resellers of GIGABYTE GEFORCE RTX Series graphics cards made during the promotional period January 7th 2019 to February 25th 2019, or while supplies last. A maximum of only one claim per person is allowed during the promotional period."

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    This is a really good price - oh man, i've spent all my monies on hard drives :'(

  • -1 vote

    I'm running this at 1440p @ 60Hz playing GTA V on near max settings. Very playable.

    CPU is an i5 9600k

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    Good price actually, shame I'm looking at a 2080 still

  • +1 vote

    Still running my ATI Radeon 5870 from 2010 #winning

    Probably due for an upgrade soon - this is very enticing

    • +8 votes

      There is nothing #winning about that. I recently put in my old 7870 for a laugh, and I didn't actually get to laugh. I just wanted to kill myself.

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        I think it comes down to what games you are playing, card and system is fine for Dota 2, Starcraft 2, 1080p youtube and netflix etc.

        Haven't found the need to upgrade anything but to SSD in 9 years.

        Winning in terms of not having to upgrade - spent 2k on the PC at the time, if it lasts 10 years then 200 per year isn't so bad.
        After all this is ozbargain

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          Does it actually play 1080p smoothly? Because even my 7870 on a 4th gen i5 with 12GB of RAM (my bedroom rig that barely gets used) drops frames watching YouTube, but is fine when you drop a 1060 6GB in it.

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            @BradH13: Yeah it does, I've never noticed any drops, I did a test on youtube today - only 1 of the video's did it drop frames 20/10,000.
            The other video's 0/10,000 were dropped.

            Just taking a wild guess but could it be the i5 being an issue?

            I can imagine how good a 1060 or a 2070 would be - worlds apart.

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        What are you playing at, 4k? otherwise its just fine.

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      I upgraded from a GTX580 to this. I was pleasantly surprised, lol

    • +1 vote

      Man I loved those cards back when I was peak gaming/old enough to to afford whatever I wanted.
      Must have owned 5 of them at various times with 2 & 3 times crossfire and searching for better clockers.

      If you are actually gaming, you will fall off your chair with a modern high end card.

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        I had a mate go from an OEM GTX645 2GB to a GTX1060 6Gb And he "hardly saw any difference".

        Put the 2GB card in another system with similar specs and he was like "whaaat?"

        Same thing happened with my spare card. Had a R9 270 and back in the day these were awesome (7870)and attempted to play Black Ops 2 at 1080p and it struggled even overclocked.

        You should even just buy a 1060 6GB and you'll be laughing

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          Yeah I am thinking of doing a full build and only carrying the storage across once this PC dies.

          Just waiting to see what burns out first - graphics, cpu, mobo, ram or the water cooler haha

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    my msi armor 2070 on BFV Ultra outputs 80-100fps @1440, ryzen 5, 32gb ram 3200.

  • +1 vote

    Can anyone comment on the various cooler designs and which is quietest/nicest tone, coolest, etc?

    Heard that triple fans are supposedly quieter in that they can spin slower than twins, but then heard that the MSI ones are super quiet too?

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      I presume you're asking those who neg anyone who reckons this ain't much of a bargain….

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      Have a look at some of the reviews; I read that because this card turns the fans off when there's no load on the GPU, it revs up really hard, which can be annoying.

      I didn't really care about that, so I bought one anyway.

      • +1 vote

        Yeah, I'm currently running a 970 Strix which is twin fans and shuts off when not under load.

        The thing sounds like a jet engine on anything past 50% with the main contributing issue being the frequency and tone of the fans.

        I definitely think this price is a bargain, but thought would be good info for all readers to see if anyone had insight into (potentially) quieter card designs.

        Sadly acoustics is not a thing covered very well with many reviewers :(

        Edit - autocorrect Strix

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    I wonder how good SLI 2070 vs 2080TI even a 2080 for that matter if its any good.
    Decent price, but I'm still holding out for a 2080 at least for this gen.

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      Just go for biggest single chip you can get.
      SLI/Crossfire never worked as you would expect and they really aren't putting the effort into it anymore due to this.
      Maybe one day bandwidths will get so high and they will design around "multiple chips addressed as one unit" again like they are starting to play with again in the HPC markets.

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      2070 does not support SLI at all. SO if you want sli , you have to at least get 2 RTX2080.

  • +3 votes

    https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814932091&Description=rtx%202070%20gigabyte&cm_re=rtx_2070_gigabyte--14-932-091--Product

    Newegg has lots of negative reviews about the this particular model failing and causing artifacts, which is a bit concerning.

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      Yeah, I went with the MSI version because of this and I've never had a problem with MSI before. Was $25 more, but when you're talking about close to $700, hopefully it's worth the peace of mind.

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    I love my 1080ti. Not moving :P

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    Got this in the last 15% off ebay sale when CA sold it for $749, it's fantastic. Too bad they keep increasing the price. Overclocks like a champ and super quiet most of the time. Running on 120hz 3440x1440 ultrawide on ultra or high settings and it's a breeze, never seen it go past 72C even in our disgustingly hot summer weather compared to my old 1070ti which hovered around 85 for lower performance. Have to agree ray tracing is a gimmick though.

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    Bought this last week but the factory OC version which is a few bucks more. Runs far cry new dawn in 4K which surprised me. Big upgrade my gtx960

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    theres no way a 500watt power supply would run this right? I have the silverstone 500w gold rated efficiency

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      it should be able to, maximum you need is 550W afaik

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      500w will be fine, especially if you aren't overclocking.

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      It definitely will as I have this card and run it off a Thermaltake Smart RGB 500W

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      That's not a bad unit. As people have said it can run it, bUt it also depends what else you are running.
      An overclocked i9-7900? Maybe not.
      A stock i5-7600 and 1-2 SSD/HDD, wouldn't be an issue.

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        i am running the i5-6500 with one ssd and one hdd, nothing spectacular.

        do i need to take in consideration of the power consumption to power three monitors? i do have 3 dell monitors U2711, U2715H and U3415W.

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    I was looking to build a new PC this year, will this get cheaper later or this is a good price?