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Inno3D GeForce RTX 2080 Super TwinX2 OC 8GB Graphics Card (Sold Out) $1,089 + Delivery @ Umart


Lowest price I can find for an RTX 2080 Super. Cashrewards also has 1% cashback on Umart, which brings the card down to $1,078.11 +postage or free pick up.

The 2080 Super is a slightly faster, but not mind blowing, upgrade over the original 2080 card. Specs via Inno3D website

NVIDIA is also running a game promo with these cards (promo is not exclusive to INNO3D) "For a limited time, purchase an INNO3D GeForce RTX series or RTX Super series gaming graphics card, get BOTH Control and Wolfenstein: Youngblood." T'c and c's for this redemption promo.

Given the performance improvement isn't huge, the standard 2080 also presents serious consideration given it is $190 cheaper
(without going into the whole NVIDIA RTX20 series vs 5700xt performance-per-dollar argument)
The regular Inno3D Geforce RTX 2080 Gaming 8G OC Graphics Card (3 fan model) is also currently available at Umart for $899 + Delivery

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    I paid this in store for an MSI Duke 2080 at MSY a few weeks back so not a bad price considering its a Super.

    • If you paid $1,089 for a standard RTX 2080, IMHO you over paid.

      • +1 vote

        Look at the prices of the standard 2080's, they're all around that price. Especially if you don't want a Galax/Inno3d/Gigabyte. I paid $10 less than pccg which is the cheapest on static ice, so I'm fine with it..

        • No offence Dilb., just saying I've seen the 2080's well under $1000.

          At a guess, people will be hesitant to pull the trigger on a 2080 Super at this price, especially now the 5700XT AIB cards are about to come out.

          I'm just not feeling it at this price, but those who are should go or it.

  • Does Superman come and deliver it to you?

  • its worth noting you can redeem two games if you buy any INNO3D RTX card at the moment :)

    For a limited time, purchase an INNO3D GeForce RTX series or RTX Super series gaming graphics card , get BOTH Control and Wolfenstein: Youngblood.

    • Promotion period : Jul 9th 2019 - Sep 16th 2019 or while stocks last.
    • Valid series : INNO3D GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, RTX 2080 Ti Super, RTX 2080, RTX 2080 Super, RTX 2070, RTX 2070 Super, RTX 2060 and RTX 2060 Super
    • Valid only for purchases on or after Jul 9th 2019.
    • This game bundle is available globally for participating countries but does not include China, North Korea, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan and Israel – please ensure the country of purchase is participating in this bundle by checking with the local resellers / etailers. INNO3D handles the redemption for Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, Malaysia, Cambodia, Myanmar, Philippines, Indonesia, India and Vietnam. For other regions, please check with NVIDIA website for valid resellers / etailers.
    • INNO3D reserves the right to amend the terms and conditions without prior notice and reserves the final say in any disputes.

    1. Fill the form and upload a photo of the product serial number label and a photo of the invoice with product number or product serial number.
    2. Don't add "-" when you input the product serial number.
    3. To redeem : https://www.nvidia.com/en-gb/geforce/campaigns/control-wolfe...
    4. If you have any question about this redemption, please send the email to [email protected]

  • Great deal there mate, thanks!

  • 2080 sold out, all stores/delivery marked as discontinued

  • Considering a RTX 2080 Ti is roughly about a 30% increase in performance compared to this card a RTX 2080 Super this is good value unless you can find the RTX 2080 Ti below $1430 AUD roughly then the RTX 2080 Ti is a better buy frames per $ value wise.

    Honestly nice to see just general great performance regardless.

    GPU technology always amazes me.

    • The flip side of this is that this card is 20% faster then the 5700xt for $450~ more.

      It's not like there's much choice if you need this tier of card, but Nvidia's offering horrible value with all of their cards above the 2060.

      • 5700 and 5700xt has the most bang for the buck atm

        I think Linus summed it up greatly, is the Ray Tracing/Deep learning etc (and in this context, marginal improve in performance) worth that much more…?