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MSI NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti VENTUS GP $1389 + Delivery @ nvidiaofficialstore eBay


Decent price on MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Ti. Next cheapest price I can find is $1534 @ MSY. Delivery is $10 for me.

10 in stock at time of posting.

There was some discussion about whether a 2080ti is still worth purchasing near the end of it's production cycle here, but $1389 seems like a pretty great price for a name-brand 2080ti.

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This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2019

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  • +1

    Cheapest I've ever seen it

    I'm holding out for this


    • +1

      can imagine the cost of that

      • +2

        Techfast will put one in a full system for $2000 somehow.

        • 2080ti Super would no doubt be a $2500aud GPU though right?
          Ive been keeping a lookout at 2080ti's as an upgrade for the GTX1080 although id be more interested once it hits that $999 mark for a better than GALAX brand

          • @JPNx: No I don't think so at least. The previous Supers replaced the old line of non-Super cards, they weren't released as higher tiered options. I do believe they'll go back to full RRP for a while but we'll also see the drop in ti price continue.

    • +2

      Yeah that one is going to be ridiculously expensive. Might as well start pricing them in kidneys instead of dollars.


    • …whoa…so it is happening….This will either replace the RTX Titan or closely match it to the point that it's just better value if you just bought the gamer version over the production version if it's got everything the Titan has, except the name branding….like with the 780Ti and its Titan equivalent at one point….

  • -1

    RTX 2080 Ti?

  • Yep this is the cheapest I've ever seen a 2080Ti, I would say jump on it if you can afford it. I own the 2080 Super version of this card and it's great.

  • +1

    No more call of duty game for this,
    this or galax 2080 ti sg? that one has 3 fans, this one looks bad and i heard the backplate is made of plastic…

    but i think the best would be gigabyte 2080 super with the ssd promotion but the store doesn't have gigabyte 2080 super…

    • Oops, you're right, COD promotion has expired. I've edited the listing.

    • Computer alliance has the Gaming OC 2080 Super for $1034 at the moment. I jsut got one, so getting the ssd with it

  • Awesome find OP no usb c and 2 fans but still a incredible price I got the Galax for 1450 other day they are an amazing card especially for RDR2

    • Why does a graphics card need usb c? Is that going to be a common standard for display out for desktop?

      • +1

        Maybe not common for desktop PC users but it's nice to have options.

        For obvious reasons Thunderbolt 3 displays are common amongst the apple ecosystem, including monitors that aren't made by Apple (see lg ultrafine), so even just because of that we'll probably see increasing adoption of it as an alternate display connection for monitors generally. I don't see it replacing HDMI outright anytime soon, but rather gaining ground as an additional option.

        • Yeah fair enough. I was aware of its use as display out in mobile devices but not sure if I'd want it as a competing display connector. It's a bit flimsy imo.

      • +1

        Also, USB-C is used for some VR kits.

      • I can't imagine it will becomes standard anytime soon, maybe 5+ years from now.

  • +2

    Not the cheapest the 2080ti has been. Mwave sold their last stock of the Inno3d 2080TIs for $1349. Just before the 2080 super came out and the prices were broken again. Inno3d shipped no more 2080TIs to this country after that.


    • +1

      Fair point I missed that also a great deal

      • +1

        Hehe, I did not miss it. I've been boasting about my amazing timing for months :-)

  • $360 for a 1660S is pretty decent as well.

    • +1

      It was $425 ($340 after 20% off) an hour ago.

      • so, nvidia jack off too ?

        • Wouldn't exactly call it nvidia. This online store is owned by the same people as Futu_online.

  • +4

    lol they're pricing jacking all the items as we speak.

    The 2070S Ventus went from $875 to $925.

    • +1

      Yeah I noticed the same thing. Was ready to buy a different 2070S and then it got jacked.

      Edit: Just checked again and they increased the price of it again.

  • Great deal OP.

    I am currently waiting to see what happens with big Navi. I am praying they can pull as big as an upset with Nvidia as they have with Intel! Either way this is a cracking price for a power house card, Must resist OZBARGAIN FOMO!!!!

  • I would buy this but then I wouldn't be able to sell my rtx 2080.. people want to buy it for $700 which is not worth it.damn

  • +5

    Still rocking a 1080 GTX. Given me years of good service (bought it pre order when they first released!) Can't complain at all. To be honest - at 1080P there still isn't much reason to upgrade -it will do most things at ultra 60 fps anyway.

    Next build will include a nice 4k 120hz monitor. Depending on your current Resolution Kishell9, it might not be worth upgrading to this generation and you may as well hold it till the next or longer.

    • Mine is still powering 3440x1440 though admittedly I'm dropping settings from Very High to High. Looks the same anyway. Great GPU.

    • Also own a 1080 but I'm running it at 1440p 60fps and I find it lacks power to run a smooth 60fps at 1440p.

      I'd upgrade to the 2080ti but the value isn't justifiable.

  • +1

    these are only $999 gfx cards, keep waiting boys.. My 1080 Ti still performs most of my games np 144

    • -2

      Your screen is low end enough to only need a 1080ti.


      • +1

        The 1080Ti only loses out to the RTX 2070 Super cards and above, so I would say it's still very relevant

        • +1

          I never said it wasn't.

          But a 2080ti is needed for many things.

    • Huh? You can't even buy a Super let alone a TI for $1000

      • +2

        He means they are cards worth $999 priced at $1.5k

    • I have a ROG Strix 1080 Ti OC (which has been further overclocked by me) with a 4K screen in my living room, and I can barely manage 60 fps in almost every new game. Have to lower settings and render percentage to get stable 60. I'm waiting for next gen, but it sure is getting annoying. I know I'm asking the world of it though, don't get me wrong. We were spoiled with 4K mainstream displays too early, imo.

  • +1

    yeah this is only a 30% increase on a 1080ti I'd wait until next gen ti only worth upgrading when its 100% increase in performance IMO, great deal if you don't already have a 1080ti though

    • I don't think we'll see such a huge performance boost for a while

      • I dunno. Next Gen NVIDIA should be a big jump. Huge increase in transistor density. I'd expect like +50% over the 2080 ti, so you'd get pretty close to a 100% jump over a 1080 ti

    • +1

      100%, u on crack?

    • Christ, even next gen's xx80 Ti won't be 100% over a 1080 Ti… You're wishing alot.

  • Every RTX 2070 S listing was revised, twice, each time to change the Buy It Now price, between ~11-11:30am… the PITCH20 deal went live at 10am. (profanity) these guys.

  • I watched gigabyte 1660s when it was $425, now it is $455. Let it go.

  • Do these cards come with physical receipts for GST refunds at the airport?

  • Not bad. At this price, the 2080Ti is worth the extra $300 or so from the 2080 Super.

  • If you missed out there are some on shopping express clearance for 1445.

  • +1

    Will wait 6 months for the 3080ti.

    • +1

      The GTX 10 series was released in mid-2016 and the RTX 20 series in Sep 2018, based off that, I think it's going to be another year before we see a new gen of Nvidia cards

      • +1

        No one has a crystal ball, but all current evidence is pointing towards a Q2 2020 release for the RTX 3xxx cards. AMD is also going to release cards then, so it makes sense for NVIDIA to have an answer to them. I would still personally hold off buying a 2080 Ti right now as it is still poor dollar-for-frame value, even at $1389.

      • 1080 Ti only came out in April 2017 and was replaced a year a half later…

  • Really hard to say Gorian - you could be right - it really depends if their hands are forced by Next Gen big Navi ( possibly announced at Computex in December ??).

    If AMD isn't able to compete with them on the high end then there is very little impetus for them to march out their 3xxx, as they will still have the GPU market by the short and curlies and they can keep on trotting out 2xxx cards without fear and for high returns and hold their 3's as the ace in their sleeve.

  • The cost of this graphic card can build my entire PC
    I admit I am poor :(

    • I bought my laptop for $70

      So who's poor now?

      • Yea, you win
        What's the spec of a $70 laptop? just curious

        • +4

          Dual potato CPU, carrot ram.

        • Just to clarify, I did buy this laptop used, overall pretty basic, but runs Chrome, Word, VLC Youtube etc fine once I play with the settings for maximum performance, here are full specs, some were be UPDATED/UPGRADED before I bought the laptop and I have specified this…

          HP 15-d004au Notebook PC 15.6"
          Operating System: Windows 10 UPDATED FROM Windows 8.1 (64-bit)
          CPU: AMD Quad-Core A6-5200 APU (2GHz, 2MB cache)
          Display: 15.6" (39.6cm) diagonal HD Brightview LED-backlit display (1366 x 768 resolution)
          Memory: 8GB DDR3 1600MHz UPGRADED FROM 4GB 1600MHz DDR3 SDRAM
          Storage: 120GB WD Green SSD UPGRADED FROM 500GB HDD 5400rpm SATA
          Graphics Engine: Radeon HD 8400
          Optical Drive: SuperMulti DVD burner
          Webcam: HP TrueVision HD Webcam (front-facing) with integrated digital microphone
          Audio: Dual stereo speakers
          Media Reader: Multi-format SD media card reader
          Ethernet: Integrated 10/100 BASE-T LAN
          Wireless: 802.11b/g/n (1x1) WLAN
          Bluetooth: Bluetooth v4.0
          1 x USB 3.0
          2 x USB 2.0
          1 x HDMI
          1 x VGA
          1 x RJ-45
          1 x headphone/microphone combo
          Power Supply: 65W AC power adapter
          Security Management: Kensington MicroSaver lock slot
          Dimensions: Approx. (W) 37.8cm x (D) 25.9cm x (H) 2.81cm
          Weight: Approx. 2.5kg
          Colour: Sparkling black

          • +1

            @Gorian4: Looking at the spec, well worth the $70

            At least it has a USB 3.0 :D

  • Owning a 2080 already, enough for me for now. But just those naming
    Ti… Then super…so whats next?

    Super Ti?

    • +2

      If you read the first reply, apparently it is coming.

      • lol hahahahaha didn't see that. One more reason to keep my money~ thanks mate

  • +1

    My 1070 is still doing ok at 1440p

  • I've been strong so far.

    I just need to hold back and wait until the new GPU generation comes out and hope for a new AMD build.

  • Hmmm…. or PS5 in Nov. 2020. 4k 60 for $600…?

    • I think the PS5 will launch at or above $1000 myself, given the specs that they're throwing in.

      Only way they hit a $600 price point is if Sony are willing to lose more money on each console than they already do with launch consoles.

      • A very recent, likely true leak.. are saying they want to launch at $499 US. Which I just currency converted and realised it's more like $700ish aus not $600.

        • Remember the US states prices pre-tax.

          So it'll be more like $800 here if that's to be believed.

          That's assuming they don't add the dreaded "Australia tax" on it, on top of GST.

      • But I would love one of these cards too…my 1060 6gb too slow

  • +1

    I'm so over gaming. I bought a 1080TI and barely have used it.

    There just isn't enough wow factor between supposed generational jumps anymore.

    I only had a 7970ATI before that and honestly other than some fps and bullshit small details I couldn't justify the 1400 I just dropped AT ALL

  • LOL 2 units and sold out.

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