expired Galax GeForce RTX 2080 Click 8G OC Graphics Card $899 + Delivery @ Umart

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Good price for RTX 2080. I had this card before from one of the techfast deal and it does work really good. It also has customizable rgb if that's your thing. It's a hot deal from umart so dont know how long it will last.

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  • +4 votes

    NEW gpu's to be announced July 2nd.

    This is a really good price, but I just wouldn't buy anything now knowing a new better RTX2080 (super) is being announced in 2 days at the same RRP.

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      thats a rumour that it will be priced at the same RRP and honestly i doubt it will be. That doesnt make economic sense for them to do that. There was different leaks a day or 2 ago which set the price higher than the 2080 as well. I'm just saying, don't get your hopes up.

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        There's already been a leaked 2070 on Amazon at the exact same RRP.

        I'm not saying it's definitely going to be the same RRP, but by all accounts it looks extremely likely and even if the new model is more expensive, the 2080 suddenly becomes the 3rd best card instead of the 2nd, that will naturally cause a price drop. However the rumour is that the RTX2080 will be EOL so it's not competing against itself.

        BTW, it's very likely for them to keep the same RRP. The reports are something like 5-10% performance improvement, they are just process improvements, manufacturing would be cheaper now on a more mature process and by releasing new models they get a whole new wave of free press and sales.

        I'm betting the 2080 super will be the same price but I guess we'll see in a few days if I'm wrong.

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          idk, im sceptical. Sometimes those leaked amazon prices are just placeholder prices though but it is a valid point.

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            @PhatSunt: I'm sceptical too but AMD according to their (not independent) benchmarks beat out the 2060 / 2070 at the same price points so it makes sense for Nvidia to push out a refresh. I'm pretty damn sure the 2070/2060 will retain RRP. The 2080 still has no competition so I'm sceptical but ultimately they still have their 2080ti for their stupid high margin flagship and the 2080 is still at the previous flagship price so I can see why they wouldn't raise prices again less than a year later.

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              @kimlo: I had a look at current pricing and all their cards sell for way under original msrp so I actually i'm less sceptical now. But in my opinion the original msrp's of the 20 series where high as (profanity). But if these cards are a good improvement over their counterparts i don't think the pricing would be too unreasonable.

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                @PhatSunt: Yeah the original pricing was absurdly high, I think most 2080's were selling for $1200+ even at launch (699 RRP).
                I guess we'll find out tonight/tomorrow morning.

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                @PhatSunt: New cards are out July 9 and yep, the 2080 is effectively dead and a dud buy. 2070 super retains same price and is within 3-5% of current 2080. Effectively a 200USD price drop for the performance level.
                2080 super out July 23, also retains price but isn't as big of an upgrade. 2070S looks the best value high end option this generation now.

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                  @kimlo: wait till they actually release to judge pricing. i bought a gigabyte aorus 2080 a couple days ago for $1060 and i saw a strix going for 1100. if you look on pc part picker when they first released the strix went for $1600. So the current gen cards are trading well bellow their original msrp. So when these cards release at the original MSRP for the old cards they are going to be expensive relative to what you can get a 2080/2070 for atm. I don't see any reviewers talking about the price of the supers relative to the current prices for these cards. It's a little misleading.

  • +1 vote

    Supposedly the 2070 super is comparable to the current 2080 but costs as much as the 2070, so maybe should wait.

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      That doesn't make sense though, why would they make a new card that is cheaper and as powerful as a card that they still have stock of and are probably still producing. The 2070 super won't be comparable at all to the 2080.

      • +2 votes

        Because AMD are about to launch new cards on the 7th, thus stealing their thunder.

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          Yeah, they will steal it be releasing these new cards even if they dont have a better price to performance. They aren't that petty to cost themselves millions by making the 2080 redundant just to hurt amd's reveal.

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          The 2070 Super will not be as fast as a 2080

          Even if you believe the rumours (which are usually very optimistic), the 2080 will have 16% more Cuda cores than the 2070 Super, as well as a higher TDP.

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            @n3th4n31: Famous last words.

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              @ShinK0: what do you mean?, its not as fast, its almost as fast, but it is slower.

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                  @ShinK0: why did you respond famous last words? that is usually in response to someone saying something that turns out to be false, but this guy was right.

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                    @PhatSunt: To be fair it was actually in response to you but I just clicked reply to the guy right above.

                    All your comments are LOL.
                    2070 S won't be comparable = only slightly slower… If you are only looking at 2k and 4k resolution
                    2070 S won't be 2080 performance and cheaper = Um it's much cheaper.
                    2080 won't be redundant = discontinued

                    You might be new to this.

                    P.s. Some inside information. The super cards were already in the works as a Ti card but a fall back dependant on the, at the time fear of AMD's announcement of 7nm chips.

                    NVIDIA launched sub par cards to hold out for AMD's launch because they had to respond to consumer base with something as they were overdue for a revamp but didn't know what AMD's 7nm would be capable of.

                    Don't argue with me anymore, I was at their office 6 weeks ago.

                    • -1 vote

                      @ShinK0: this guy said it was the same performance, i said it wasnt and as you say yourself, it isnt, it is slower. Don't run from an argument you coward. When the 2070 launch cards were going for up to $1000. so as this card is launching at the same MSRP, you can expect 2070 supers to go for up to a grand, which is in fact more expensive than a lot of 2080's these days. So the 2070 super will be probably be the same price as a 2080 for less performance. You are completely out of touch with real world current prices.
                      What i ment by making the 2080 redundant is having a card replace it both in performance and price. which has not happened, so the card is not redundant, there is still a position in sits in with price and performance between a 2070 super and 2080 super. yes they discontinued it but it is still positioned at a point where the remaining stock can be sold.

                      • -1 vote

                        @PhatSunt: Coward? LOL. Reminds me of that saying, "Don't argue with an idiot because they'll bring you down to their level and beat you with experience."

                        This won't help an idiot but I can only hope.

                        https://youtu.be/7S4EJAjtZ7A

                        "I have meetings with NVIDIA"
                        idiot: "Nah bruh, I surf the internet."

                        • -1 vote

                          @ShinK0: can't form your own argument so you just link to a youtube vid.
                          you expect me to to believe your bullshit that you have meetings with nvidia. Look at the (profanity) pcpartpicker prices of the 2070, it (profanity) clear where they launch at and where theyll launch at again. It's clear to me now that you are just parroting youtube reviewers instead of looking at it yourself. On this post itself there is proof how cheap 2080's are and your tunnel vision is so tight that you can't see through your own bullshit.

                        • -1 vote

                          @ShinK0: What did i tell you mate, check pccasegear, 2070 supers going for 900 and above, some more expensive than my $1070 2080 i bought 2 weeks ago.

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                            @PhatSunt: HAHAHA Did you just compare the price of a nearly 1 year old GPU purchased nearly a year later with a newly dropped GPU? LOL!!!! You are trolling right?

                            FML I can't stop laughing. You sir need your own Netflix show.

                            P.s. On that same point of yours though, look at the prices of the 2080 on PCCG.

                            • -1 vote

                              @ShinK0: I have been arguing that current 2080 prices will be around 2070 super prices, you didn't read anything i said before you responded, must be nice in your own little echo chamber. checked the prices, cheapest 2080 is $1050, which is cheaper than what some 2070 supers go for.

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                                @PhatSunt: Seeing as you love to talk shit, did you also check the prices of the 2070 when they were first released? =D

                                Also PCCG is one of the very small handful that have already started selling 2070 Super.

                                You are just mad you paid so much for a 2080. Loser.

                                • -1 vote

                                  @ShinK0: same prices on MWave with 2080 cards cheaper than 2070 super cards. I paid $1070 for my 2080 which is a triple fan card that is 5% faster than the 2070 super at the same price point, how do i regret that decision? i did check the 2070 launch prices on pcpartpicker and as i said above (which you obviously didnt read), they launched at this same price point. I'm simply trying to explain the real world, blatantly obvious to anyone with working eyes the price and performance positions of these cards. As it stands currently you can get a 2080 for the same price as a 2070 super with 5% better performance.

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                                    @PhatSunt: Have you read anywhere, anyone saying, "Well instead of buying a 2070 S, you should just buy a 2080?" LMFAO! Case closed.

                                    Everything you are throwing up are skewed. 2070 FE launched at $100 USD more than the 2070 S FE. Soon you'll be able to get a 2070 S on sale for around $700. That's $370 less than your extra 5% performance.

                                    Also 5%? Where did you get that benchmark?

                                    https://www.techradar.com/au/reviews/nvidia-geforce-rtx-2070...
                                    ^Perfect source for dummies that need it written in an easily understandable format.

                                    The fact that you bought a 2080 two weeks ago is enough to show your understanding of the situation.

                                    • -1 vote

                                      @ShinK0: You're a sheep mate, just saying the 2070 super is a better buy because reviewers told you so, stop ignoring all the shit i have outlined clearly for you. I can't dumb it down anymore for you.

                                      That link you posted is trash, it shows fps for 2 games and 3d scores, thats it.
                                      Since you love to base your mindset solely on reviewers, watch https://youtu.be/bnEPBcCkM2Y?t=250 and look at the differences. 2080 outperforms 2070 super in almost everything by around 5%.

                                      The 2070 super will take at least 6 months to get to $700 and by then the 2080 will be cheaper as well( if not out of stock everywhere). You really screwed yourself here btw, you basically admit that the 2070 super will only be worth it when it goes down in price.

                                      Honestly how old are you, i feel like im arguing with a child with the way you blindly trust these garbage review sites.
                                      Both cards launched at the same MSRP you clown, that was reported on everywhere.

                                      please stop responding, i dont know how many more ways i can explain the same thing ive already explained numerous times already.

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    I've had my Galax Gtx 1080 for almost 3 years (late 2016) and it has not skipped a beat. Never any cooling issues etc, and I got it for 699 from Umart somewhere in Brisbane.

    I did a slight OC but overall quite happy for the price I paid.

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    I'm still on a gtx970 but it's starting to feel like it needs a push, especially since I've just gone QHD… So the consensus is to wait?

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      I have the same card, I'm waiting to see how the Super cards fair. I'm really just looking for something to run the HP Reverb.

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      I'm running a GTX760 with 2 monitors (one of them 4k). Yeah… its not going so great. Definitely time for an upgrade (now sitting about 4-5 years old)

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    Supposedly the current RTX lineup won't get price cut, so with that said, this is a really good buy.

  • +1 vote

    Keep in mind 2070 Super will be close to this card in terms of performance and that should retail for around $750 non-sale and under $700 on sale (Since it will follow same price as 2070 allegedly)

    So probably wait

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      2070 super aussie RRP is $860, and will be roughly -10% performance of a standard 2080

  • +2 votes

    2070 super makes this card redundant. Give it a month they will start clearing 2080 stock.