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Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER Windforce OC 8G $762 Delivered @ Be-Start eBay

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Probably one of the better RTX 2070 SUPER deals around. Most still hovering around $830 with various coupons on ebay. Still ridiculously expensive but getting into non-super 2070 territory.

I initially got the MSI EVOKE 5700XT to replace my 1070 but realised the 5700's still have some issues with heating and poor OC headroom (plus i realised my monitor only has G-Sync compatibility). So got that refunded and went 2070 SUper. And no, i don't want a AMD vs NVIDIA discussion battle below. Each has their issues but I figured the 2070 was the better option for me. (FYI the MSI 57000 XT EVOKE was $651 with recent coupon - no longer valid)

Anyway, hope this helps someone.

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  • +4 votes

    You didn't say anything about console vs pc…

  • +5 votes

    The question for people is, do they want the 2070 Super with Ray Tracing for another $150-$200 more over the 5700 XT without Ray Tracing.

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      Yeah. That was my thought also. And the difference in price was $110 for me.

    • +1 vote

      The 2070S gives you a bit more performance and Ray Tracing.

    • +6 votes

      I would say yes, but that's because I'm willing to pay more for less noise, temperatures and power draw. Also add better performance & ray tracing to make the difference in $ worth it. That's just me personally, someone else couldn't give a damn and just wants the best performance for money and for them the 5700xt might be better.

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      Looks like more overclocking potential as well.

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      The xt also has heat, noise and driver issues atm

    • +1 vote

      Exactly.

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        Someone downvoted me :(.
        I heard the third party ones fix a lot of the noise and driver issues (but also cost more atm). But the driver issues are what concerns me the most.

      • +9 votes

        You posted this on ocau, bet we'll see it on Reddit and wp too.

        Mid range card vs halo product NVIDIA felt they had to go out with because they fell for the Vega hype. So in 2.5 years what has NVIDIA done? Released 3 cards in the same performance tier as the 1080ti 2070s, 2080 and 2080s. The only good one being the 2070S. Also gen 1 raytracing is a joke, harder to implement than NVIDIA claims and comes with an insane performance tax.

        I'm not saying to buy the 5700XT, it doesn't meet my needs either, but don't crap on something by cherry picking. If you want to play that game, the sapphire 5700XT destroys the slightly cheaper 2060S, is as quiet as the 2070S and is 5% slower while being 15% cheaper.
        Oh and NVIDIA copies AMDs features in the latest software update.

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    Awesome price. I got mine last week for $840 delivered, and thought that was great!
    Great card. I was deciding between this and a 5700XT but went with the 2070 instead because there were more 2 slot cards available (SFFPC) and less TDP. Also upgraded from a 1070.

  • +4 votes

    this will be a nice upgrade over my gtx 760.

  • +1 vote

    Need a new cpu, mobo and ram more than this but damned if I'm not tepmted

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    This model has RGB compared to the MSI evoke 5700 xt which does not come with it.

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    Must not be tempted….long live my 750ti!!

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    Literally bought this card from this seller in the morning. :P

  • +1 vote

    Looks like my post stirred up some buying.. 6 in the last hour :)

  • +1 vote

    I'd love for the idiot debating with me a couple of months ago that his 2080 for $300 more and only an extra 4% performance difference was the better buy to see this post.

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    I have a GTX 1080.

    Should I hold out?

    • +3 votes

      the 1080 is still pretty solid, i'd just recommend sticking it out till the next gen cards tbh and waiting for a deal

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      Its only like 25% faster on average. So yeah i'd say hold out for the 3070/3070ti/3080 or something. I say this as someone who also has a gtx 1080.

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      Depends. If 1000 dollars is a lot of money for you then certainly wait. Also it depends on your setup if you are 1080p gaming then certainly no. If you are happy with med to high graphics on 4k etc then no.

      If you are patient then no as well as AMD looks like it is going to release a really impressive lineup which will help competition and probably make everything cheaper.

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      I have a gtx1080 too and it’s awesome playing games in 1080p. I just bought a 1440p monitor from eBay and I wasn’t sure how well the graphics card will handle the higher resolution. So I was thinking, I might upgrade to a gtx 2080. But after seeing this deal, of course this would be a better, cheap alternative. Anyway, I’ll be definitely taking in all of the advice and wait. Hopefully, the frame rate hit going to a 1440p won’t be too noticeable.
      Thanks.

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    just bought a gaming monitor only supports free-syn, waiting for red devil 5700xt

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    Anyone bought from this seller before? eBay listing says no returns…

  • +1 vote

    Gave them a call before I order, the guy sounded legit. they don’t hold stocks in Sydney, the card is coming from Melbourne supplier.

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    Still waiting for the saphire pulse or the Red Devil 5700xt around the $600 Mark, but this is very tempting at current prices.

    Had anyone researched this particular card compared to other 2070s models?

  • +7 votes

    Great price for 2070S.. except that Windforce OC model is soo crap compared to one above(Gigabyte Gaming OC).
    If you pay $20-$40 extra for Gaming OC model then you get 25+% larger heatsink/fan and you also get extra 1 year warranty..

    Keanu Reeves wears sunglasses to protect sun from his eyes.

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    This seller sells absolutely everything! Looks like they just listed their wholesalers full catalogue on ebay, imagine it will be dropshipping

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      I’d Be-Start a local reseller? Hoping it’s not dropshipped from overseas warehouse. It says come with Australian warranty though. Are they reliable?

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        I'd like to know this too. I just sent them a message asking them to confirm and if possible provide some sort of official confirmation that the stock is valid under Australian warranty.

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          There is another post on the MSI Evoke OC 5700 XT from the same Ebay seller as well. The comments suggest the seller has an Australian ABN (though it doesn't mean much from a warranty perspective), may have grey stock that is in the country (therefore 'Australian stock', play of words), etc. I was eyeing the EVGA FTW3 RTX 2080 Super. The price is just too good.

          In the end, I picked one (MSI Trio X) from Computer Alliance for peace of mind. I know GPUs are reliable (if they work they work). But I was after the 'quality of life' stuff like coil whine, etc.

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            @Davesday: Yeah I saw that one too - that's what sent me over here. Unfortunately I've already purchased from them, but have sent a few emails out trying to get an answer for whether it is covered under Aus warranty. If it isn't, I'll just send it back as it was not described correctly. Unfortunately there's not a lot of < 270mm and 2 slot 2070S cards in Australia at the moment - especially at a good price.

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          The 2070 I got (Gigabyte 2070 super Windforce OC) is Australian stock.

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    This vs 2080 for 1440p 144hz? The goal is to run CP2077 ultra with that res :D

    • +1 vote

      You probably want the best card you can get as they both struggle to reach 144hz at that res on some newer games. I'm sure you can probably tweak some settings down though without to much loss in graphics.

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    so should i get an AMD card? :):)

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    Awesome price but think I'd still be willing to pay more for the ASUS.

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    I was considering getting this or the red devil 5700 xt, prices are similar at the moment but I would figure if I waited a month or so those navi AIB's would drop in price. Thoughts?

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    I bought this card last week from Ebay through Shopping Express for $782. If you're worried about the seller, just wait for another 15% off and buy it with someone else. They come up pretty often.

  • +1 vote

    Ok, just an update for everyone.

    I received the card today and everything is in order.

    IT IS AUSTRALIAN stock as it has Australian warranty card and contact for Gigabyte in Australia

    Card was set by TNT from Melbourne.

    The communication with the seller is not great however and it took a while to get the delivery details from them. So in summary , good price, average seller.

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