Colorful RTX 2070 Super / 2080 Super $699 / $985 + Free 256GB SSD Pickup or + Delivery @ Evatech [+2080TI KUDAN'S IN STOCK]

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A new GPU on the Christmas shopping list but missed out on the flood of black Friday / cyber Monday deals?

GPU + SSD Bundles

Snag a Colorful RTX 2070 Super or RTX 2080 Super on sale and not only save a few bucks but snag a free bonus 256GB SATA3 SSD.

Not the fastest SSD in the world but great for a secondary drive to squeeze in a couple of games when your primary NVMe SSD starts getting full or to spruce up an older rig still running a regular hard drive.

No code necessary, prices as marked, just pop through an order for either of the cards above and we'll throw in the SSD.

Shipping prices vary depending on post code but start from $11.10 for courier satchel to most major metro areas.

(while stocks last / first 50 customers)

The last 2080 TI KUDAN's IN STOCK NOW

For those 1%'rs out there who want a totally over the top ridiculous piece of art as the centerpiece of their next build, the limited edition 2080 TI KUDAN is almost all gone and the lucky last few units are priced to clear. Originally launching at $3,000USD (roughly $5,000 AU pesos after GST at today's rate) the 1000 piece limited run is down to single digits left in stock. From now until Christmas eve (or while stocks last) you can pick one up for $2,999 AUD (~$1,859USD before tax). What we're told by Colorful is this is by far the lowest price world wide these have ever sold for.

Yes, cheaper 2080TI's are better 'bang-for-buck' but the price tag covers the engineering and limited quantity production, massive hybrid cooling system plus radiator, the full color built in full color 60hz LCD screen and the cherry picked top 1% of the 1% 2080TI GPUs to reach the massive out of the box factory OC. (and a bloody carry on sized suitcase)

BONUS Modern Warfare Codes (maybe?)

We have a bunch of Call of Duty Modern Warfare game bundle codes left over. Strictly speaking the promotion period has ended, we hear tell that the codes are still redeemable up until the 19th of December. We'll be throwing the codes in with the above GPUs as a free bonus on a first in / best dressed basis (about 30 left) but please don't take this as a guarantee they will work. If you can score a free copy of the game out of them, great! If not, well at least we tried, please don't base your purchasing decision on this alone.

Note that the card has to be physically installed in the PC to redeem the code via Geforce Experience so we can't simply email you the code to redeem ahead of time.

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    I can't seem to locate any card dimensions, which is pretty crucial when you have limited space.
    I had to shop around a lot before finding a 1070ti that would fit in my case. Length is the issue.

    • +1 vote

      Ah dam, this was a question last time we posted a bargain about these and I told the PM to update the listings! Must have slipped through the cracks. Let me chase it down and get back to you in a few minutes.

      Edit : Looks like they are 310x126x53mm. I'll make sure the listings are updated with the details! Thanks again for letting us know.

  • +1 vote

    Do you have any reviews of your card compared to GIGAbyte, Msi, etc?

    Can’t seem to find any reviews of the 2070 super.

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      Yeah it's a bit tricky to find reviews on these exact models. We've sold hundreds to date and heard back nothing but good things anecdotally.

      Our tech team to have to burn test all the systems we build with these in them tell me they're pretty impressed at the thermals and noise levels. Just like I'm sure a lot of you guys on here were, they were a little skeptical of the brand at first but getting hands on with them seems to have changed their mind. Being a pretty fat heatsink with a triple PWM fan shroud they do pretty well for their price!

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      Tech Yes City on YouTube MAY have reviews on this brand. I know he does different models.

    • +2 votes

      Been using my 2080 super from these guys for a few months. Can't fault it. The plastic shroud is.. well, basic. But it looks ok, no issues. Can hear the card obviously but I've had it running in a hot room and my GPU has never gotten hotter than my old cards.

      Running lower demanding games like OW on Low keep it at 30% @ 144fps/1080p/1440, virtually silent and low power usage. Love it.

  • +2 votes

    How does the 2070 super compare to the msi 2070 super gaming x?

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      For sure the Gaming X edges out the Colorful, they're different tier cards. I would compare them more to a base model like the Ventus / Windforce / TUF etc.

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    Wow, didn't even know of the KUDAN until this post! Are there any games that would stretch it's capabilities?

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      Maybe Red Dead Redemption 2 @ 4K Ultra? I wish they would let me play with one to find out.

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      There are many titles that have trouble running 4K60 at highest settings already. It's not much faster than any other card though: most cards overclock to 2000Mhz. It's rare to see 2400Mhz using the best cooling like this card has.

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    +1 for entertaining description.

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    Hey evatech, how is the warranty for these cards processed? Do we need to ship them to China, or can they be returned in Australia, and carry all the standard Australian consumer guarantees?

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      As the retailer we're the go-to for warranty returns. No need for international shipping, as per ACCC regulation you an simply return them to your point of purchase!

      Warranty on all Colorful GPUs are 3 years.

      At the moment if we have stock on hand we test in house and advance replace.

      If later on down the track a new generation are launched and these models are no longer carried, we air express them back to Colorful's regional service center in HK and they air express back the replacement.

      Turn around times are actually faster than some of the locally distributed big name brands. Being the direct official retailer there is one less middleman. For some 'better known' brands we have to ship it back to the local distributor who then in turn ships batches back to the vendor overseas. Then it seems replacements are only supplied when they ship their next bulk order to consolidate shipping.

    • +2 votes

      I can confirm I bought a 2080super from them. Not only were their communication fast, they were pretty dam nice. Had something funky happen to my 2080S or so I thought. They gave me a brand new one.

      Unlike other stores. These guys are fast.

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    Great prices even without the SSD included!

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  • +1 vote

    Will be nice if it come with 1tb ssd to match gigabytes promo.

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    So just some info about the Kudan card, I was lucky to have the opportunity to play around with a 1080 Ti Kudan for a few weeks and it's a monster of a card, especially watercooled. It came with out of the box clock that some cards can only barely reach with OC. It maintain high clock throughout stress testing and gaming session, runs quietly at a cool 50C under watercooling. You basically pay for the cherry picked 1% card, the preinstalled water block (pure air cooling this is a huge missed opportunity) and the design. Kudan series is right up there with (if not above) the Galax HOF, MSI Lightning Z and the EVGA KINGPIN.
    Is it value for money? Definitely not. But if you are those that even consider this card, money is probably not an issue anyways.

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      It came with out of the box clock that some cards can only barely reach with OC

      It's 1815Mhz, I haven't heard of a card that won't overclock to this speed.

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        Couple things:
        - I was talking about the 1080 Ti Kudan coz that was the one I had the chance to test, it had an advertised boost clock of 1785Mhz but on water it was consistently over 2000Mhz throughout stress test and game session with zero OC involved. Even on air alone, the clock was still in the high 1900s iirc. That's what I meant by "out of the box" clock. Back then to get 2000Mhz out of most 1080Tis you most likely had to manually OC them.
        - I assume it's the same situation with the 2080 Ti Kudan, if you WC it or even an aggressive fan curve, it probably will run at a clock that you have to OC to get out of most cards.
        That's just the benefits of binning I suppose. Sorry for the confusion.

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    Good

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    Anyone know if the 2070 Super is fine with a 550W power supply + Ryzen 3600?

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      Yep, if it's a solid 550W that actually can output that wattage you'll have no problems at all and a Ryzen 3600 shouldn't be a bottleneck in 99% of games.

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    Shame i keep cracking my teeth and the dentist is taking all my frikin gaming gear money … :( i guess i can move to soups and buy one … haha

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  •  

    Can I build a custom PC with Evatech (using your assembly and testing service) by picking the individual Evatech's PC parts myself? Or do I have to use Evatech's custom PC template or pre-built PC?

    • +1 vote

      Shoot us an email via the contact form with the parts you are after and I'm sure we can figure something out.

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    Considering the resale value, probably the msi 2080 trio would be a better option? The price after ebay plus discount is 1005

    • +2 votes

      If you think the used market will pay more for the gaming X and the SSD isn't worth anything to you, maybe?

      Used markets can be a bit hard to predict, its only ever worth what someone will pay for it and half the offers you get will be to swap for a bar fridge as long as you can drive 45km's to pick it up.

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        Well, the 256 ssd is pretty much same value to the price difference of between colorful card and msi card. Not to mention the quality and warranty support of msi is superior to colorful.

        • +2 votes

          Having first hand experience with how MSI (or any other brand) deals with warranty, I can't see much of a difference between the two brands.
          Things in common:
          3 year warranty
          Once graphics card is no longer in circulation (due to new generation), warranty units get sent overseas for rectification
          Another user asked about warranty earlier on, for those who may have missed it: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/502782#comment-8066836

          What do you anticipate MSI is better at in terms of "quality and warranty support"? Purely so we can clear up any potential questions or misconceptions. =]

          I too will admit my reservations at the brand Colorful when I heard we were getting them in. Huge sceptic. Also huge MSI fanboy. After seeing their extremely low failure rate (on par or better than MSI at this stage) first hand, coupled with the OzBargain community (no offence, but they're possibly the pickiest bunch of people out there) being satisfied, and the price compared to MSI, I bought a Colorful RTX 2070 Super for my gaming TV box. I'm also a happy customer.

          Also as a side note, the SSD isn't something we've decided to throw in as an incentive. At the prices the Colorful cards are at, there's no way we could afford such a stunt. Colorful themselves express international couriered the SSDs to us to bundle with GPUs to strengthen their brand name with Evatech customers, and Australia as a whole. For whatever reasons, they're really liking dealing with us, and I can see this being a long and healthy relationship.

          Of course, I'm an employee, so take what I say with a grain of salt or an entire salt shaker if you wish. Info is there if you want it.

          Understandably many of you have SSDs already, and don't need another small sized SSD in your life. For those of you, perhaps this isn't the deal for you. We're okay with that too.

          Happy gaming to all!

    •  

      Where's this deal?

  • +9 votes

    I like this rep so far

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