iGame 1650 Super, 1660 Super, 2060 Super, 2070 Super, 2080 Super & 2080TI Kudan Graphics Cards - $50 to $100 off + Free Delivery

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Hey guys, we're back again with another Colorful GPU offering but this time with a twist.

Thanks to some very well received posts here on Ozbargain we've sold a tone of the mainstream series cards and had nothing but very positive feedback, however we would always get questions about when we're bringing in the high end iGame models.

Although we know every added dollar makes it a tougher sell and cheaper often trumps 'premium' when fighting an up hill battle with brand name recognition, we're giving the high end iGame series a trial run and as an introductory offer we're offering the following.

iGame GTX 1650 Super Ultra OC 4G $50 off & Free Delivery with code IG1650S [$259 Delivered]
iGame GTX 1660 Super Ultra 6GB $50 off & Free Delivery with code IG1660S [$349 Delivered]
iGame RTX 2060 Super Ultra OC 8GB $75 off & Free Delivery with code IG2060S [$574 Delivered]
iGame RTX 2070 Super Advanced OC-V 8GB $100 off & Free Delivery with code IG2070S [$769 Delivered]
iGame RTX 2080 Super Advanced OC-V 8GB $100 off & Free Delivery with code IG2080S [$1049 Delivered]
iGame RTX 2080 TI KUDAN Limited Edition 11GB $100 off & Free Delivery with code IG2080K [$2899 Delivered]

T&Cs

Simply add any of the above to your cart and enter the code in the 'promo code' text box on the cart page to apply the discount.

We would have loved to hit the same price points as that steal of a bargain on those Gaming X Trio's on eBay a couple of weeks ago but alas our promotions are not subsidized by multi-billion dollar e-commerce platforms. On the flip side however, if you are still on the market for a new GPU and did miss out on that deal, we would wager our turn around time and post sale customer support compares favorably to the particular eBay re-seller in question judging by some of the comments in that post.

Some key highlights of the iGame Advance OC's vs the mainstream / budget models of the last deal.

  • Much higher end cooler with all metal alloy shroud, 5x pure copper pipes, vapor chamber cold plate etc
  • Binned Nvidia GPUs and memory pre-qualified at factory over-clocks
  • Dual Bios (with physical button on card to switch between reference and OC clocks)
  • Programmable RGB lighting / USB Type-C Output
  • Fluid bearing PWM fans with zero RPM silent mode under low loads

If you're a local here in Melbourne, you're welcome to pick one up over the counter to save shipping time. We're open from 10am to 6pm Monday to Friday at 1/382 Huntingdale Road, Oakleigh South 3167. You can simply mention the code at the register to get the discount applied or order online with the discount code and select the pick up in store option at checkout.

Questions welcome. We'll do our best to keep an eye on the comments below otherwise your always welcome to hit up the contact page on our website and we'll get back to you ASAP.

(Sorry about the prices not being in the title, they unfortunately don't fit, prices listed above are the final price after discount, delivered)

— EDIT

The stock photos don't really do the Advance OC's justice.
These photos here do it a little more justice for those interested.

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Comments

  • +2 votes

    iGame RTX 2080 TI KUDAN Limited Edition 11GB(evatech.com.au) $100 off & Free Delivery with code IG2080K [$2899 Delivered]

    Limited edition or not, there's no way $100 off this card is any sort of 'deal'. Heh.

    The other cards seem like decent value though as they are OC'd cards, so have a +vote.

    • +4 votes

      It's an extra $100 off on top of the pre-existing $496 that it was discounted, but yeah i know exactly what you mean. It's definitely not a 'deal' from a price / performance ratio.

      If you do a deep dive on how it was made and what what it includes, it is an insane peace of kit that some with a real affinity of PC hardware and deep pockets might appreciate. I've been told even with it's original price tag it wasn't a money maker for the manufacturer after you factor in the cost of the engineering and components for such a limited run. It's more of a halo product to show the world what they can do.

      • +1 vote

        Agreed, the halo cards are never worth the money in terms of performance, and I'm sure it's an amazing bit of kit. I guess what I meant was - $100 off is just amusing on a $3000 card. But anyway carry on :D

      • -5 votes

        I've been told even with it's original price tag it wasn't a money maker for the manufacturer after you factor in the cost of the engineering and components for such a limited run

        Stop with the ridiculous stories trying to make it seem like better value.

        • +4 votes

          I wouldn't be surprised at all. Some of the insane cards like the HoF have completely custom PCBs and parts with hundreds of hours of engineering time.

          They do it for the hype of topping benchmarks / 'Look how crazy this is' youtube videos to get attention for the rest of the range.

  • +1 vote

    I don't know why this company doesn't offer a budget 2080TI.
    Maybe the chips from NVIDIA are just a blatant ripoff also and not worth it…

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    Not worth buying 16 or 20 series cards now when 30 series is just around the corner.

  • +4 votes

    Nearly 3 grand for a graphics card? Wow.

    Serious question: how many of these do you actually sell? A regular Ti at around $1400 is still steep, but $2900, for a single part? I can’t imagine a justifiable case for that kind of spend.

    • +3 votes

      Aww, why the neg? It's a legit question. Apparently I'm not supposed to disclose sales numbers for some reason but when it comes to the Kudan, if you were to guess more than 5 and less than 10, you wouldn't nessasarly be wrong.

      • +1 vote

        Cool. Thanks for the reply.

        Not sure why I got negged either, but oh well. I'm genuinely not knocking the card. I personally think they look amazing, and can understand the desire for this brand to have a no-holds-barred flagship product on the market.

        I'm personally choosing to hold off to see what the next gen brings, but if I was in the market now these offerings would be very tempting.

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        People are stupid. Or have too much money these days, or both. I remember about 20 years ago, if you had tried to sell a $3k video card you would have sold 0. Even a $2k card would have sold 0. Even $1k back then was considered astrominical for a GPU.

        • +1 vote

          The unfortunate fall out of a supply & demand economy in a market segment were one company has a monopoly on the high end and a fiduciary responsibility to maximize profits for their shareholders.

          Like anything, it all depends on how much that $2000 dollars means to you vs how much enjoyment they'll get out of the product. Scale that same logic up or down and the same could be said for a $500,000 Lamborghini to a $5 latte from a hipster cafe. a Kudan is just somewhere in the middle there.

          I wouldn't call people who are willing to pay $2000 for a 2080 TI stupid, just richer than me or with different priorities.

        • +4 votes

          Way back in 1996 I sold a 4Mb Matrox Millenium for over $1k second hand. People were buying high end cards as 3D gaming started growing exponentially post-Doom. Even the AWE64 Soundblaster was ~$500 and computer speakers weren't even that good.
          I funded a month in the UK selling 16Mb RAM sticks for $800 each.

          People are stupid but mainly b/c they'll pay $1k for the I'm Rich app, not b/c they'll pay a lot of money to get an extra few FPS.

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          Or, someone needs to work harder

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            @GGGcui: Working harder doesn't equate to earning more. There are hard working people earning minimum wage. What you meant to say is - work more. Take that 2nd or 3rd job.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks mate. These are reasonable deals for high end cards.

    If you were a week earlier I would have bought it haha, but I already got it from a past eBay deal.

  • +1 vote

    post sale customer support compares favorably to the particular eBay re-seller in question

    They effectively don't have customer support as they don't reply to emails. It's bizarre how such a dodgy company exists.

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    Just got shafted on the FTC ebay deal along with many many others I assume. I guess this deal popped up just in time haha

    edit: just bought the 2070s, been waiting too long, hope shipping is fast!

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      Received and it works amazing. Realised that my monitor doesnt have a dp port so im forced to use hdmi for now.

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    I will wait for a week or few for the new RX 5600XT to hit $450. Nothing excites me here unfortunately.

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    I don’t have the disposable income for a base 2080Ti, let alone one of these halo models, but if I did, I’d be sorely tempted by this one. Love the aesthetic!

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    I'm thinking of getting the 2070s, but I'll need to get a refund elsewhere on my current card which I'm having issues with. How much longer will this deal be going for?

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    Hi evatech,
    I note on your website it mentions a 3 year warranty. Is that directly with the supplier?

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      Hey shankiedoodle,

      While ultimately the outcome of a warranty is at the discretion of the manufacturer and their terms (as long it's within ACCC guidelines) I believe the ability to return an item to the to the original retailer for warranty is an ACCC consumer right. Not that we would ever try to palm you off and not assist, even if it wasn't.

      As a general rule, for the brands we work with directly we test and replace items up front where possible. This typically means if we have stock on hand, the returned unit is in good physical condition and we're able to replicate the fault in our testing. Otherwise we'll ship the item back to the manufacturer's service center for further assessment / remedy for you.

      This is not dissimilar to how warranty works for other brands like Asus, Gigabyte & MSI. The only difference would be is that we ship those back to a local Australian based distributors, who then in turn ships them off to their respective overseas service centers for processing.

      As we deal directly with Colorful, if anything our turn around time is a bit better because there's one less middle man in the process.

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    Hi OP,

    Can you provide any deal on other 1660 super cards? (other than this iGame variant)

    Looking for 1660 super under $300 including delivery?
    Could you offer anything for the Colorful or MSI 1660 super?

    • +1 vote

      Sorry, we don't have anything close to that price point at the moment in 1660 Supers and in the foreseeable future, there seems to be an industry consensus that prices will rise due to shortages :(

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