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Gigabyte Radeon RX 5700XT 8GB Gaming OC 8GB $639.20 + $15 Shipping ($0 with Plus) @ Computer Alliance eBay

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Seems like a good deal to me. Couldn't wait till xmas as I have a new system waiting here to be completed.

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  • +3

    For those wondering this is a good card and doesn't have some of the design issues seen on other cheaper models.

    https://www.gamersnexus.net/hwreviews/3509-gigabyte-rx-5700-...

  • Good to see AIB 5700 XT prices dropping a bit, but still need to drop a further $50 before I can pull the trigger

  • +2

    Good deal as far as non-reference cards go. But still $80 more than reference like this deal - https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/482261. In US non-reference cards are only $20USD more.

    • I think most of the price difference is due to tariffs in Australia.

      • +1

        But the tariffs would affect both reference and non-reference?

    • $400 USD is around $590 AUD. Add in GST and that comes to around $650. So this is still a good deal by comparison, it's just that our reference boards are actually really cheap here when on special and hence the gap.

  • +1

    Can't help but feel it's a little too high still, but definitely a solid price for anyone who has to jump in now.

    • +1

      Yea I am happy to wait for Black Friday, I am hoping we will get some sub $600 non-reference cards

  • Non reference sapphire Nitro+ RX 5700 XT is like 250$ AU more than The reference XT , really???? It’s just better go and buy the RTX 2070 super for 11% more frames and performance

    • It's literally more expensive than some of the basic RTX 2070 super variants. What are they thinking?
      The sad thing is that at only $30 more than the Pulse it makes more sense buying that than the Pulse.

      ASUS is even worse, it's Strix 5700 (non-xt) is more expensive than some of the non-reference 5700XT's, let alone the reference ones.

      If you want a non reference 5700 XT you're probably better off just waiting till Powercolour's models become more widely available. Their Red Dragon model is sanely priced in Aus ($100 less MSRP at PCCG) and performs just as well as the Pulse.

  • AND that's a wrap, sold out. Probably good for my wallet, I was so tempted to pick one up yet I don't really need it just yet.

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