out of stock Inno3D GeForce RTX 2080 Ti iChill Black 11GB Video Card $1,699 + 3 Bonus Games + Free Shipping or Pick Up @ Mwave.com.au

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Hi All,

Round 3, get the Inno3D GeForce RTX 2080 Ti iChill Black 11GB Video Card with Liquid Cooler for $1,699 (Normally, $1,999) + 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

Quick Specs:
CUDA Cores 4352
Boost Clock (MHz) 1695
Memory Clock 14Gbps
Standard Memory Config 11GB
Memory Interface GDDR6
Memory Interface Width 352-bit
Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec) 616
Real-Time Ray Tracing Yes
NVIDIA GeForce Experience Yes
NVIDIA Ansel Yes
NVIDIA Highlights Yes
NVIDIA G-SYNC™-Ready Yes
Game Ready Drivers Yes
Microsoft DirectX 12
Vulkan API Yes
OpenGL 4.5
Bus Support PCI-E 3.0 X16
Maxmium Digital Resolution 7680x4320
HDCP 2.2
Standard Display Connectors HDMI 2.0b, 3x DisplayPort 1.4, 1x USB-C and Virtual-link

Standard Graphics Card Dimensions:
Length 272mm
Height 112mm
Width 2slot

Radiator Dimensions:
Length 278mm
Height 116mm
Width 60mm

Minimum System Power Requirement (W) 650
Supplementary Power Connectors 8+8-pin

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Comments

  • -1 vote

    That is an amazing price for a liquid cooled 2080Ti.

    Here are some 'reviews' on Reddit. https://www.reddit.com/r/nvidia/comments/9wo7eo/does_anyone_...

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    whats the warranty like? What happens if the liquid cooling fails?

    • +1 vote

      But what about global warming? What if everything fails!

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      people worry too much about liquid cooling failing.
      I have had liquid cooling in my last 3 Pcs and I never had any issues

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        Good. It must be impossible to have issues then.

        It is adding extra risk, config, and components that wear. You can't get around that and physics are not negotiable.
        But, yep, it is cool and works out OK for most.

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      Then you take it back. Most of these brands use non-conductive fluids these days so all you have is a mess if it fails.

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    @shollizeck - I’m not an expert. But if you’re dropping large amount of money on a product where a feature of it will destroy the product I can understand why people would want to make sure it’s reliable. Especially when it’s a $1500 product.

    It’s like airbag suspension on cars, nice to have but some systems are built better than others. When the system fails it can have potential to be really expensive to repair.

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    That looks so cool.

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    Any idea the warranty duration for this card? 3 years or bust!

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    can i play minecraft on 720p with this?

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    Probably about time they dropped anthem from the bundle and added something else. It's really devaluing the offer :p

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    Any deals on Titan RTX? Considering for a Machine Learning / 3D Rendering build.

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      Anyone using the Titan for business can afford the tax write-off.

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        Hobby here, albeit an expensive one. Looking at ways to get my daughter into STEM and learn more AI / Machine Learning myself. Doing this on a single income - hence being on here. lol.

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          Cheaper to rent cloud AI

        • +1 vote

          Same hobby here.

          IMHO 2080ti would be sufficient in this case, the performance difference is not as large (around 10-30%).
          24GB of RAM is nice and would be the bigger reason to go with Titan, but if you really want larger batch on heavy models you can try to use gradient accumulation between runs. In many cases you don't want larger batches and generalisation may suffer.

          1080ti was sufficient to receive grandmaster on kaggle, gradually upgraded to 4 of them from competition winnings.

          Actually water cooled cards may be better for DL tasks as you can install multiple of them close without overheating.

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            @pdima: Or there's the AMD option with 16gb.

            • +1 vote

              @Obsidiate: Unfortunately for machine learning tasks it's nvidia only, there are a few project to port DF frameworks to AMD but it's not nearly as supported as NVidia. Otherwise it would be nice to have a choice, but currently AMD is not an option.

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      You might be better off looking at a couple of Radeon vii's.

  • +4 votes

    This is insane. Cheaper than the base windforce, literally tops the charts in performance, noise, and temperatures. Aside from a 20% ebay deal, and even then, this is a solid deal.

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    …should wait for the matrix or kingpin……. :P

  • +1 vote

    Just a warning for those looking to buy with any interest in the promotion who are factoring the 3 free games (Battlefield V, Anthem, Metro Exodus) into their purchase - I bought the other recent Inno3D 2080 Ti through MWave the other week (https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/442826), submitted the redemption via Inno website over a week ago and have not heard ANYTHING from Inno. Their facebook page and other sites online have a number of complaints from customers about customer service on their products and/or unhonoured redemptions. I've sent them 3 follow up emails and heard nothing.

    This is NOT a criticism of MWave - I have never had an issue purchasing through them or with their customer support - just a warning for Inno3D products or those hoping for anything from the redemption or concerns with warranty or support. Based on what I could see from online feedback and from my own experience, would have concerns if customer support or warranty is important to you, or you are concerned about the free games redemption.

    At this stage, I'm assuming the 3x free games will be a write off and am not expecting anything from Inno on the redemption given no replies to me or others online. All attempts to contact unsuccessful and it sounds like a common experience trying to deal with their support.

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      Inno3d is a brand thats been around forever, but have almost no profile. They simply don't respond on social media, ever. Direct / RMA support seems nonexistent in AUS. If you buy this, and it does seem like a quality product, hold onto your receipt and be prepared to take the retailer to the mat with consumer law in event of any issues.

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      I was going for the previous deal as well but missed out. I too was factoring in the games but went with a EVGA card instead. Glad I didn't go the Inno even though this is a good deal. These cards should be a more resonable price in 12 to 18 months.

    • +1 vote

      Did you try email support@inno3d.com ?

      I got my 2080 ti early Jan, submitted the redemption via their site; ye no confirmation after that, then I dropped them an email, and luckily I got reply after 3 days and got my keys after I resent them my tax invoice and SN photo.

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        UPDATE: Inno3D support has reached out and provided game code for all 3 games, so I owe an apology. They actually did send through a couple of days ago, and were relatively prompt, but was caught for some reason in GMail's @#*& spam filter…

        So happy ending, and definitely owe the Inno3D support team an apology / error my end.

        Hope everyone else who has gone in on this or the previous deal is also enjoying their cards.

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          Ye, Gmail marked any email from inno3d as spam for me also

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            @jl434: Yeah not the first time I've been stuffed about by GMail's rather aggressive spam filter! Glad all sorted though.

            Do you know if the codes are redeemable via Steam or are they for the Epic games store/relevant publisher app?

            I'm kinda wishing I'd held out for this iChill version now as well… :/

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              @nlow3102: You need to redeem those codes via Nvidia GeForce Experience to get cdkeys.

              Then use cdkeys to activate games, Anthem and Battlefield 5 in EA origin, Metro in Epic Game store

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                @jl434: Just sat down to try and figured this out myself. Installing Metro Exodus and looking forward to giving a go tomorrow! Thanks jl.

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                @jl434:

                Metro in Epic Game store

                Aw man I was one of those who wishlisted that on steam……can read the forums, it's a shitstorm of angry posters……hahahaha

                But some say it'll come back on steam so for all those who are boycotting another platform, don't worry….. I personally felt disappointed because I didn't particularly wanted to sign up for another platform to play one game too in a way….so I guess I'll also be on the waiting list too….

  • +2 votes

    Any chance you will be doing a deal on the Gigabyte AORUS 2080 Ti Xtreme or Asus ROG Strix OC? I have money ready! :)

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    bought.
    my very aged gtx670 will finally be replaced.

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    No stock. What is the seller offering as a replacement?

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    Any chance to have more in stock at this price?

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    looking forward to the next $1500 (or lower) 2080ti deal… c'mon Mwave ;)