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Inno3d GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Gaming OC X3 11GB Video Card $1499 + Free Shipping or Pick up @ Mwave

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Hi All,

We're running a special on the Inno3D GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Gaming OC X3 11GB Video Card for $1,499 (Normally, $1,799) + Free shipping or pick up from our lidcome store.
It's limited 2 per customer or while promotional stock lasts.

Bonus RTX Triple Threat Game Redemption via Inno3D
Buy GeForce RTX 2080 Ti or RTX 2080 and get 3 FREE Games: Anthem AND Battlefield V AND Metro Exodus.
Promotion valid for purchases made between March 5th, 2019 through April 4th, 2019 while supplies last.
http://www.inno3d.com/redemption_index.php

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  • +5 votes

    WOW

  • +13 votes

    Dammit, I hate to say that's a great price at $1499 but geez

    • +1 vote

      Its still cheaper than an IphoneX max

      • +3 votes

        Atleast this (well 2080ti in general) is the best in it's field…

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          Apple fun Bois will hunt u down…

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          Unless you run multi-monitors with a centre ultrawide.

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            @Major Mess: Point???

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              @DisabledUser139667: nvidia doesn't support mixed resolution multi monitor gaming. So considering it doesn't support the it and AMD do, it is not best in that field.

              • +1 vote

                @Major Mess: Fair enough but a top of the line AMD card probably isn't happy with multiple monitors and newer games I'd imagine. Given NVIDIA cards are significantly more powerful

                That specific case doesn't make AMD better btw…

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                  @DisabledUser139667: Yep it sucks at the moment. But racing simulators are where it is most common and the non arcade style racers tend to do OK where eye candy is not as important as the physics, and the programs themselves don't benefit so much from the faster gfx hardware. nvidia are being slack in not providing something AMD have had for years - 3 x Full HD was OK on AMD in 2008. For nvidia users to have to buy 3x ultrawide + push the extra pixels does cost them sales. I doubt it would be much work, and there is a hack for some games where you run in windowed mode and fool the nivdia drivers to work, and wait for the wind to line up with how you hold your tongue, but you waste heaps of unseen pixels, or are running under full resolution on the monitor. AMD lets you shrink the vertical size to the smallest monitor, or render the unseen sections dictated by the tallest.

      • -6 votes

        iPhone is a computer in itself and a great camera too

        What does this do? Accelerate graphics / video?

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          Yep. It can do realistic 3d stuff at Iphone screen resolutions. Which the iPhone can't :)

          • -4 votes

            @justtoreply: So accelerate graphics… thats it? We are talking about different functions, not performance. I mean in that way the 2080 Ti cant take pictures too lol

            For that screen space, the amount of detail would be wasted anyway right?

            • +4 votes

              @kehuehue: I have a Motorola that cost me $280 that will perform the same basic functions that a $1500 iPhone will.

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          Professional troll???

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          The Tensor cores also allow for more powerful AI/Machine Learning algorithm computation than was ever possible at home before as well, which the iPhone XS Max can not do.

          • -1 vote

            @Gamer Dad Reviews: Not trolling, but people justify high prices of cameras because they serve as mini computers and great cameras in one package. And now they are taking over the role of a wallet as well.

            Now its great that we have chinese phones offering almost the same for a third of the price.

            Sadly we dont have the same competition in the GPU/CPU space.

            Coming back to the original argument, so a graphics card can accelerate graphics and crunch numbers (there are way more gamers than renderers or AI enthusiasts since those are narrow fields of interest). Just looking at their intended purpose and market segmentation, whats their purpose? to run games faster thats it. why are the prices high? because there is no competition. A$1500-$2000 cannot be justified for that part only.

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          @kehuehue The iphone is not a Computer, it is a phone. It is not a Camera, it is a phone with a camera. These things are miles apart, and still are very much dictated by physics.

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            @Major Mess: they are smartphone devices, with the android subsystem being more closer to a standard pc than a graphics card could be. find me a graphics card that is portable, a modem, a music player, has integrated office, an operating system and then we can start comparing nvidia's offerings to "phones"

    • +2 votes

      Price creep.

      Can't imagine what they will cost in 10 years.

      Or how much an iPhone XVS (15S) will cost.

  • +2 votes

    these are gonna fly off the shelf at that price. up vote for this deal and then some

    • +7 votes

      Looking at the competitors, Gigabyte and MSI have the fastest clocked cards at 1770 Mhz but the price difference between those two and this card at 1665 Mhz is $700-$1100 difference… for an extra 105 Mhz out of the box… wow.

      EDIT: Who cares I am PCMR for life right boys! Adds MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Lightning Z 11GB Video Card to basket.

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      They were this price for the first month or two with ebay 20% off.

  • +1 vote

    EPIC price

  • +8 votes

    Will comfortably do 60 frames on Ultra @4k on nearly every AAA title available and will even do a solid 100 frames on more optimized titles.

    At 1440p resolution this guy will get you your 120 or 144 frames for your 120+hz monitor with small graphics drops from Ultra in most AAA titles.

    Mod: Removed inflammatory comment

    • +4 votes

      What do you mean I cannot get 2080ti performance by spending 1/3 of the price?!?

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      the 1080ti can still go hard at 1440p 144hz with drops in un-optimised games, great $900 snag if you can find one secondhand. A lot of games still want a faster clocked cpu, I "upgraded" from 6700k to 8700 for a smaller build & lower power but you do notice the difference between 3.9GHz & 4.5-5GHz

      • +1 vote

        You might as well spend the extra $100 to get a RTX2080 and get better performance and use less power(+ the new features).

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        I would not pay more than $700 for a used 1080ti. I bought a new 2080 last December for $900. MSY has also recently sold for $950. 2080 used less power, and fps skyrocket in recent titles that support dlss (also it managed to hit 1950mhz while undervolted to 0.9V which makes it run super cool & quiet).

    • -2 votes

      So you're saying it could do 4k120 on high (or even tweaked ultra) settings in optimised and eSports titles?

      Should be good when 4k120Hz HDMI 2.1 monitors and TVs roll out this year, wouldn't you say? :)

  • +1 vote

    Any chance of a 2080 deal?

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      i'd jump on a 2080 at the same % discount if they had one

      • +3 votes

        Instead of jumping on it, why don't you give it to me!

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      There's been a few for under $950, but they've been non-A cards I think.

      Here's a triple fan non-A for $1020.

      There should be more price drops soon, and probably a price drop from NVIDIA around when Navi launches (supposedly July-August).

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        Non-a?

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          Any factory overclocked card has a differently binned GPU that's been tested at higher voltages before being sent to the card maker, labelled an A series. They then make a BIOS for the card that allows its voltage to scale beyond standard specifications and thus be overclocked much higher.

          Non-A cards are much more restricted, but if everything else is the same, the difference is usually 5-7%, for a price premium of 15-30%.

          If you really want a premium overclocking experience, you'll want to find a cheap overclocked card and throw a water block on it after flashing the BIOS with one that makes sure you have enough voltage to clock super high. At that point you're likely to get about 15% more performance for at best a 20% premium, and 30-40% more energy.

          TLDR: non-A is reference clocks with a limited power budget for overclocking.

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    great price for 2080ti but for inno3d don't know much about this brand

    • +2 votes

      I did a little bit of digging and I read that Inno3D are exclusively an Nvidia shop so they get a discount from them which is passed on to the consumer. Similar to Saphire and XFX who only do AMD.

      Some people have said that the materials used compared to your Asus or Gigabyte are not as reliable, but others have said they where pleasantly surprised with Inno3D. Also it looks like Inno3D cards overall are on the larger side as they tend to focus on cooling a lot, so be sure to check if the card dimensions fit into your case.

      I really cannot give you a solid answer but I can say this, as per my other comment in here its only 105 Mhz less than the top branded, highest performing 2080 TI's on the market, at so much cheaper a price tag.

      Will you take the step into what most regard as a fringe vendor company?

    • +2 votes

      they have been around forever

      • +1 vote

        I remember owning a S3 Savage 4 LT 8mb PCI-E from Inno3D

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          i got a geforce 2 gts from them after my leadtek gf2 died on arrival

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      They have been around for quite a while I remember purchasing a Inno3D 9800GT back in 2009

      • +1 vote

        that is because of mining demands

        • +2 votes

          Problem was 1080ti production actually ended and price remains high for the leftover stock.

          With 2080ti selling slow, same thing will most likely happen.

          • +2 votes

            @Letrico: Nvidia has overpriced their RTX graphics. These who has bought 10XX will not upgrade to RTX since after 3 years you actually pay same money for same performance. without mining market, demand of RTX will not be that much.

            • +3 votes

              @zlasuka: They don't have any competition at the 2080/2080Ti Level, they aren't dropping them.

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                @DisabledUser139667: while AMD has let us down in the past, their navi line should be at least at the RTX level

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              @zlasuka: A lot of those who bought 1080 and ti would have upgraded already. There have been a lot of 1070's being sold on ebay, and those people would have upgraded. RX480's and RX580's had a big spurt for the last couple of months on ebay as well. The RX480's have dropped to a trickle, and the RX580's have slowed. For the rest of us we don't have much choice considering AMD don't really compete, and their new card is currently vapourware.

        • +2 votes

          And Nvidia using that as an excuse to bump the price on all of their tiers.

          • +1 vote

            @N1NJ4W4RR10R: They are a company after all, not a charity for giving cheap cards especially with no competition. Shame for us consumers but really nothing we can do but not buying, and anyone with enough money doesn't care anyways.

    • +3 votes

      LOL BS it's dropping that much

        • +2 votes

          Why don't you? I don't need to remind myself to check such a stupid claim.

          Nvidia isn't going to release a card that will beat this in 12 months, neither will AMD, so why on earth will the price drop by over half???

          Keep dreaming.

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    Any reason to go from a 1080Ti to this?

    prepares credit card in hand

    • +6 votes

      no. 1080ti is still a good card and unless you play games at 4k you don't need this.

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      Could be worse if you sell it for around $800, though not the best value for money upgrade going around.

    • +2 votes

      30% improvement or so. for probably like $700 after selling your card. I would say wait until next year for a RTX 3080ti where the price will probably be the same but atleast performance will be another 30-40% up

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      Ray-tracing, duh!

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      Yep. You can gain 30% to 60% and use less power. Just depends on your monitor.

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    Goodbye money!

  • +22 votes

    I hope my wife is not going to look at our bank statement today, i paid with bpay and hopefully she thinks it's a bill

    • +1 vote

      divorce imminent

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      I learned something….good tip…

    • +5 votes

      Username does not check out

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      Get her into gaming

    • +4 votes

      Buy her the Dyson v10 from TGG 20% off

      • +4 votes

        welp, on women's day no less lol

    • +1 vote

      What bill cost $1499??

      Car Insurance?

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        my electricity is $2150 last quarter, with 5.5 kwh solar on roof…while there is only three of us…..

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          That is crazy. Out of curiosity are you running a business out of your house?

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            @longy317: Hydroponics!

            Or gfx mining

          • +1 vote

            @longy317: He must have a grow operation in his house……. My apartment of 3 people, electricity bill for the quarter = ~$290 - with no solar.
            Hot water/Gas is separate but was around $140
            $2150 is crazy

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            @longy317: His wife reads the site too. That paypal charge for $2150, its his "electricity bill"

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          Hahahah! What did you buy last quarter on bpay?

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          Lies

        • +1 vote

          that's insane dude, i think your neighbors must be jacking your power to power a time machine or sumthin'

  • +14 votes

    Absolutely ridiculous the prices of top end consumer cards.

    • +1 vote

      For a 775mm2 silicon chip on a leading edge process with the latest architecture? With 11GB of the latest generation of ultra fast DRAM? With 300w+ of VRMs and power delivery systems and an integrated cooling system to go with it?
      $1500 seems pretty cheap to me for what it is.

      Does it cost more than most graphics cards in the past? Yes it does.

      Perhaps its not the price of the top consumer card that's ridiculous, but the size and power of the top consumer cards they are producing and offering to us…

      Personally id rather have the option than have the gaming graphics card market cap out at the old $599/$699 USD price points.

      • +2 votes

        Well.. it's a great way to manage any supply issues, grow the premium margins, and better position/add other products below. When you're the big dog you can do what you want.

        • +10 votes

          Indeed. Doesnt seem to have panned out financially the last quater fot them, but i think its picking up now.
          Not having a go at anyone here, just an interesting thought exercise my initial response set me down. I thought some people might find it interesting.
          The general public's response to the current high-end Nvidia cards are they are too expensive. My claim is that the Nvidia chips are traditionally HUGE and very expensive.

          Nvidia 2080 die is 545mm2 & 13.6 Billion transistors
          Nvidia 2080ti die is 775mm2 & 18.6 Billion transistors

          In 2004 (15 years ago!!) the 6th Gen Geforce flagship the 6800 Ultra 512MB, launched at $499 USD.
          Online inflation calculator puts this at $665 USD in today's dollars. Currently $946 AUD + 10% GST = ~$1040 AUD

          The 6800 Ultra has a die size of 287mm2, to quote Anandtech - "The Chip is massive".
          In comparison to an Intel chip of the day:
          "The NV40 (Geforce 6800) chip itself is massive. Weighing in at a hefty 222 Million transistors, NVIDIA's newest GPU has more than 3 times the number of transistors as Intel's Northwood P4, and about 33% more transistors than the Pentium 4 EE".

          Now not an exact science, but given both chips were 130nm based, roughly the Nvidia flagship was 3 times the size of a run of the mill Intel CPU, or 1.3 times the size of their flagship.

          Currently, Intel's Coffee Lake standard quad core is 126mm2, 8 core is 174mm2.
          This puts the 2080 at 4.3 times the size of the standard quad core and the 2080ti is 6.15 times the size.
          Over Intel's flagship 8 cores, a 2080 is 3.13 times and the 2080ti is 4.45 times die size.

          Therefore,
          A recent Galaxy 2080 @ $949 AUD is cheaper than a 2004 flagship graphics card in Australian dollars and has a chip comparably much larger.
          The 2080ti doesnt have a direct comparison as i would argue they have introduced a whole new product line in recent years, but given the numbers above i think its a pretty good deal at $1500 for something that is many times the size of what we were paying for years ago.

          Anyway, i need to get back to work so no time to clean up and refine everything above, but its been interesting none the less for someone who follows the semiconductor industry.

      • +2 votes

        It feels like they've blown away the old price points by exploiting their dominance.
        At $1500 (and $2k) it easily costs at least 60% of the whole system.

      • +1 vote

        Some people have this magical belief that new technology should be both better and cheaper.

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    Do I really want to spend the ~$600 upgrading from a 1080ti…. Probably yes

  • +1 vote

    Ugly card but great price.

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      Yep, I said to myself $1500 and I'd get one, but I really am not a fan of the look and surely this means a sign of price drops in bound. I'm not desperate for a new card but think I'll hold out till I find one that looks decent with my build.