Galax RTX 2080 8GB GPU $990 + Delivery (Free Pickup) @ Umart

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Galax GeForce RTX 2080 EX 8GB Graphics Card selling out at $990. This is the cheapest it's going to ever be at so highly recommend having a look. Limited Stock on this one guiz.

This one is also eligible with the Triple Threat promo by Nvidia where you get B5, Anthem and Metro Exodus.

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  • +1 vote

    Good price, is this eligible for NVIDIA's Triple Threat promotion? Thanks.

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      Sure is! I'll amend the description and add that in, thanks Zazer.

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        Okay, awesome! Are you able to add that to your site as well? Only because, just from browsing your site I wouldn't know if it was eligible, and may have gone with a different seller, such as Mwave, who prominently display the offer so I know for sure I'd get the games. Just a thought :)

  • +1 vote

    Any way you guys can get this on your Ebay store? (even for a bit more in price) I have a bunch of gift cards saved up.

  • +2 votes

    Good that prices are starting to look more sane.. still hard to justify a 1080 Ti equivalent for $1000 though when a 1080 can be had for $500 and lower on gumtree/ebay/etc

    1060 is nearing $250 mark so that is the new benchmark

    but still early days this will no doubt reach $500 at some time

    • +3 votes

      No op said this is the cheapest it's EVER going to be. Sounds believable…

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        yeah cheapest standard price for lazy buys maybe.. but i am a bargain hunter kind of man ;)

        I live for the hunt lol and the troll fighting lol

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      Coming down fairly quick. Thinking of doing a 9900k, 2080 build in a few months when they've depreciated a bit.

      • +2 votes

        That would be a sweet build.

        hard to go past 2080 ti at that level but prices right now are still ridiculous.. still too fresh let them die down a bit

        make sure to go nuts on the ram also

        ram is becoming a really important commodity nowadays with so much stuff running in the background i feel like 24gb should be the new minimum for high hardcore enthusiasts.

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          I feel like 3000mAh @ 32GB is currently the sweet spot.. Can run 2x16GB and have fast RAM so if using AMD can still get the extra frames.

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            @Zazer: Yeah definitely above 32gb of ram is entering professional level and super high enthusiast.

            Even I can't max 32gb ddr3 and I am a power user when it comes to most general stuff nothing professional or hobby editing just high volume browsing and tons of background app.

            Although still on 1080p but when I make the transition to 1440p and 2160p then the extra ram will come in handy

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              @AlienC: I'm still on 1080p too. Also I meant 3000mhz not mah, sorry have been spending too much time with powerbanks recently haha.

    • +1 vote

      I think it will be hard for 2080 to drop to 500. I'm guessing the card can go to the lowest of $800 RRP without ebay discounts.

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        2080 price to 500 will take at least one year minimum unless something new crazy comes out.

        2 years to be realistic but by then probably the new thing will be out lol.

        But basically no rush for me unless I win one in a giveaway in which case i will probably still sell it and get a used 1080 ti for now.

        Hard to justify anything above 700 for now.

        • +1 vote

          You rather get a used 1080ti for 1000 rather than a 2080 for the same price and more performance?

          I guess you can keep waiting since it will never hit 500.

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          Just did some searches on Gumtree, looks like a used 1080 Ti goes for ~$700-800 if you get lucky, to be honest for $990 I would consider it worthwhile to grab this, as not only does it come with factory warranty, it's brand new from a very reputable seller, and you can take advantage of the Triple Threat promotion and get 3 free games chucked in. For a high-end Nvidia RTX-Ready card, I'd say lt's definitely not a bad idea.

    • +1 vote

      But 1080ti's were selling for $1299-1399. So that makes this price look OK.

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      A used 1080 at $500 would equate to a 1080 new price of $1000. Considering the 1080ti used to sell for $1300, and historically the nvida extreme enthusiat cards have been over $1000, how is this not a good price. Considering the competition, it seems to be the correct price. The higher end custom cards could be said to be overpriced, and the 2080ti definitely has a very high Australia tax applied. The Harvey Norman Tax is also adding a lot of pressure to pricing to disadvantage Australians, in preference to a handful of millionaires.

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