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Asus GeForce RTX 2070 Strix Gaming 8G Advanced Edition Graphics Card $799 @ Umart

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Asus GeForce RTX 2070 Strix Gaming 8G Advanced Edition Graphics Card currently on special at $799 at Umart online.

Next cheapest is PC Case Gear at $929 or $850 plus shipping at Computer Alliance ebay with 15% off code.

Description:

ROG Strix GeForce® RTX 2070 Advanced edition 8GB GDDR6 with powerful cooling for higher refresh rates and VR gaming

NVIDIA TURING™: ROG GeForce® RTX graphics cards are powered by the Turing GPU architecture and the all-new RTX platform. This gives you up to 6X the performance of previous-generation graphics cards and brings the power of real-time ray tracing and AI to games.

DirectX 12: Power new visual effects and rendering techniques for more lifelike gaming.

NVIDIA Shadowplay™Record and share high-quality gameplay videos, screenshots, and livestreams with your friends.

Patented Wing-blade Fans deliver high air pressure, reduced noise levels, IP5X certified dust resistance, and 0dB mode for silent gaming.*

MaxContact Technology allows 2X more contact with the GPU chip for improved thermal transfer.

Auto-Extreme Technology uses automation to enhance reliability.

Super Alloy Power II includes premium alloy chokes, solid polymer capacitors, and an array of high-current power stages to fuel Turing™’s cores.

ASUS FanConnect II equips 2 hybrid-controlled fan headers for optimal system cooling.

GPU Tweak II provides intuitive performance tweaking and thermal controls.

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  • +4

    why this over the gigabyte one from CA for ~$680?

    aren't they both A-binned chips?

    • brand/cooler/etc. Many reasons but Asus Strix usually cost more than other brands

    • +1

      For this reason alone, read reviews.

      https://www.newegg.com/global/au-en/Product/Product.aspx?Ite...

      I would never buy the Gigabyte version.

      • +4

        That's not just a common problem with the gigabyte brand though, seems to happen for all brands of rtx cards at the moment. Gonna wait for next gen.

        • currently owning this card, no problems so far, the problem comes with Samsung memory modules not the graphic card itself

      • The computer alliance deal was called "Gaming" while those reviews are for "Windforce" (though they look the same). I already ordered from CA so I'm hoping that one doesn't have those issues…

    • The $680 one isn't binned.

      https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/gigabyte-rtx-2070-wind...

      Even the stock bios of 1F02 is indicative of it not being binned:
      https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/205759/gigabyte-rtx2070-...

    • I find it's better to buy the cheapest of a tier if you are happy to undervolt and reduce heat generated. What I mean is, instead of a premium 2060, get a budget 2070 and undervolt it. That way you get the superior performance of the higher tier, but by undervolting you can reduce power consumption, heat generation and the fan speed.

      Despite that, I've heard nothing good about the Gigabyte Windforce series.

    • +1

      Strix has the best cooling performance and build quality is heaps better.

  • Better off with a 1080 or 1080Ti

    • +1

      This performs like a 1080 but uses less power. The 1080ti is equivalent to the current 2080 which uses less power and is faster. What would be the advantage of buying overpriced second hand cards?

      • +1

        Plus, Pascal cards dx12 performance is worse then the turing performance (not sure if this is still the case mind that, but I believe it is)

        *That said, if you were fine with playing around with undervolting and extra power draw, the asus vega 64 card can be grabbed for $699 at Mwave.

      • If the price to performance (including power consunption) is right, the age makes little difference.

      • RTX 2070 is more power hungry than GTX 1080.

    • Just need a time machine to go get one… I sure as shit ain't buying a used GPU at that cost.

    • 1080 and 1080ti and End of life..gl finding any.

  • decent price for an asus strix, which i assume has a binned chip, should be the closest rtx 2070 to a stock 2080 when overclocked.

  • +2

    Reviews seem to indicate that they do use the A revision chip, well worth the price premium over any current models for this price, plus the benefits of one of the best (if not the best) cooling solutions out of all the manufacturers.

  • +1

    Best cooling system.

  • Has this deal ended? Was $799 yesterday but has gone up to $850 today and website shows no discount.

    • +1

      I think they've locked it down to 'premium members' of UMart only. I see $799 when logged in. Deal is technically not expired.

      • The deal is still active.

        You have to follow the link posted above or follow the premium section link on the site.

        The deal applies for premium members but buying it will qualify you for premium status anyways.

        That being said "Hot Deal Ends in 1 Day or While Stock Lasts!" maybe its going to go soon.

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