• out of stock

ASUS GeForce RTX 2070 8GB Turbo Edition $575.98 USD ($808.24 AUD) @ Amazon US


Usually ships within 1 to 3 months.

People saying price error but it's been over 7 hours and it's still up so who knows.

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  • Gst included?

    • Yes, and delivery.

      Pretty sure it's a price error though, because every other part of the listing is for a 2070.

      • description says 2080 as well

        • +1

          Technical details states:

          NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070

          • @netsurfer: Description at the top is:

            Powered by NVIDIA Turing with 1740 MHz Boost Clock, 2944 CUDA cores and 8GB GDDR6 memory

            Which is in-line with an RTX 2080. RTX 2070 has 2304 CUDA cores.

            These listings are all sorts of broken.

          • @jasswolf: Yeah the same card from the same seller amazon.com

            I think the link in this thread is an error page with a wrong price. Like how can seller amazon.com itself have exactly the same card listed twice but one with in stock status and one out of stock. Correct price is $708.99 USD.

            • @hollykryten: Okay, I had a chat with Amazon. Still clear as mud.

              CSR acknowledged the inconsistency and will arrange to have that checked/updated. When asked about how long that will take, CSR indicated it may take up to 2-3 business days for Amazon to fix the listing?! CSR had no idea whether it is a RTX2080 or RTX2070, but the CSR did indicate that it could be a RTX2070. The recommendation was do not buy until this is sorted (obviously the CSR would recommend that).

              As for why the 1-3 months wait time for it to be delivered, CSR didn't have a proper answer either other than indicated it might be processed by a different fulfillment centre.

              • @netsurfer: Must be a silly CSR because the product information tech details shows 2070 model.

          • @jasswolf:

            Powered by NVIDIA Turing with 1740 MHz Boost Clock (OC Mode), 1920 CUDA cores and 8GB GDDR6 memory

            Are they just making the specs up?

  • Doubt u get the rtx 2080, they will send the rtx 2070 instead.

  • How does Amazon as a company usually deal with price error once you made the purchase?

    • -1


      • -1

        Amazon doesn't charge till they ship. So they can't refund you. They just cancel the order.

        • -1

          He asked 'as a company', the general case is they cancel and refund, he was obviously asking to gauge whether they honour price errors.

          • @Chewiebacca: Like I said, they don't refund. They don't charge you to begin with. How can they refund you when they never charge till your order is actually happening?

    • I got $50 credit from a price error when Amazon AU had first started.
      It was a Logitech G29 for super cheap and i think it was posted on ozbargain too.

      • +1

        Bear in mind that you received it from Amazon AU, Amazon US used to be great, but they are not as good as they used to be. Amazon AU remind me of Amazon US 4-5 years ago.

        Also, don't forget the foreign exchange rate, which could result in you actually get less in the refund (after the conversion). This is forking out ~808.24 AUD in advance (much higher than the incorrectly priced G29). If your credit card company charges you international transaction fee, factor that too (will the reversal clean up all that mess properly?).

  • +5

    1to 3 months shipping 😂

  • Some reviews on Amazon aren't great… 2.5 stars

  • This is a pricing error so don't delude yourself.

  • The product information says its a 2070 and the price is the same as a 2070.

  • Oh yeah the product information technical details clearly states that it's the RTX 2070 model with the 2070 model number listed. If you order this you're going to get a 2070 card shipped out.

  • Product picture is 2070, and the price is lower than before, FYI: 2080 cards are faulty atm coz of samsung memory module so careful

    • that is only the official pcb designs.

  • So… Was the product listing updated? That's how i read the comments so far.

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