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Gigabyte 2080S Windforce OC / 2080TI Aorus $1299/ $2200 (Save $100/ $199) Delivered @ CGB Solutions

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2 Days only or until stock lasts save up to $199 on Gigabyte 2080 Super Windforce OC or Gigabyte 2080TI Aorus.
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Gigabyte Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti AORUS 11G $2200
Features

  • Powered by GeForce® RTX 2080 Ti

  • Integrated with 11GB GDDR6 352-bit memory interface

  • WINDFORCE Stack 3X 100mm Fan Cooling System

  • RGB light reinvented

  • 7 Video Outputs

  • Metal Back Plate

  • Built for Extreme Overclocking 16+3 Power Phases

  • 4 Years Warranty (Online registration required)

Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER Windforce OC 8GB
Features

  • Powered by GeForce® RTX 2080 SUPER™

  • Integrated with 8GB GDDR6 256-bit memory interface

  • WINDFORCE 3X Cooling System with alternate spinning fans

  • Extreme Durability and Overclocking

  • Protection Metal Back Plate

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    Gigabyte 2080S not 2070s

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      You can tell who's had a long day,

      Fixed,

      Thank you

      OP

  • +5 votes

    2080 Ti has sells for ~1500 on sale.
    2080 Super has sells ~880 on sale. Not an ozbargain.

    • +2 votes

      Link?

    • +2 votes

      LOL June 2019. Nice comparison. Let me just warm up the Delorean
      The 2080S pricing isnt great, but the 2080ti is decent.

    • +12 votes

      Not a bargain full stop. I still think the price premium for RTX is ridiculous. I bought an Asus strix gtx1080 basically the best 1080 you can get for $770 in 2018. Usual pricing was around $950. Imo a good 2080s series card should be roughly the same price otherwise what incentive is there to upgrade? You should be getting more for your money like you do in the cpu market as new hardware releases but you haven't been getting this from Nvidia for years. Don't pay these prices people, buy second hand until you can actually get some value out of a new gpu.

      • -4 votes

        Hi Tythefly86,

        Due to high demand from Covid19,

        Low output at manufacturers and rising costs due to covid19,

        Prices have increased across the board to an extent that we can't control as Australian retailers.

        Suppliers and businesses alike are trying their best to supply you with fair pricing within this climate

        OP

      • +2 votes

        Yes, ridiculous pricing for not so much difference in performance.

        • +2 votes

          Oh I don't think it's value, neg…

          Not how it works…

          Go neg every RTX deal then…

      • +1 vote

        I think Nvidia's argument is that ray-tracing and DLSS are new tech pushing up pricing.

        Maybe that's true.

        For me it's moot. I prioritise frames. I won't utilise that tech (at least in this generation).

        Nvidia's 20 series, along with the pricing for G-sync, has heavily pushed me toward AMD. The price/performance and the pricing for their premium cards, and more economical displays, feel like a better balance for me as a consumer. They, of course, have downsides to be managed (e.g. drivers, worse performance by-generation, thermals).

        Nvidia would have to make big changes to bring me back.

        I'm still Nvidia for laptops (not that there's much competition). Whoever's better with thermals always wins out for SFF.

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    You are still selling hard drives that have been produced in 2016?

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      Hi Dosada,

      I can guarantee new stock

      OP

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        Was just joking. Saw the DOM on the sample photo.

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          I figured taking a closer look

          chuckles

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    Thanks! Picked up a 2070 for brothers build, told him should wait but he has the cash and time now so he pays the covid19 tax

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    Have this OC 2080… Its alright tbh, not much difference from the 2070. You could save a couple $$$ if you need.

  • +3 votes

    I wouldn't buy a graphics card now full stop, chugging along with my 5700XT red dragon, until Nvidia 3000 series comes out.

    • +2 votes

      Chugging along with a 5700xt? I have an R9 290… Surprisingly still plays most games at medium settings

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        I picked up a GTX 670 for $40 on gumtree.

        Probably a former mining card. No problem playing any game though.

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    There’s a $900 difference between the 2080 Super and Ti? Sheesh

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    2070 Super 3-fan Galax for $825, rates to be one of the coolest/quietest on the market, could be a decent snag considering the market

    EDIT: I gotta stop tempting myself, need to wait till Ampere…

    • +2 votes

      For sure. Next gen GPUs promise to be a huge increase. Covid tax drops off combined with massive jump (look at ps5 performance).

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      The deals are going to get harder to resist as they start trying to shift more stock, but I've had my GPU for 10 years… I can wait a little more

  • +1 vote

    It seems like lots of laptops with 2000 series cards coming onto the market now as well on sale. I think anyone that dropped 2.2k on a 2000 series card now will have serious buyers remorse in September when NVIDIA and AMD start duking it out with the next-gen cards that will blow these out of the water. Given the incomming cards, and previous historical prices - IMHO not a bargain.

    • -1 vote

      So by that logic, neg every single GPU deal, and while your at it, every single Ryzen processor deal….

      We all know new cards are coming, that doesn't mean to neg a deal.

      And actually neg everything that has gone up this year…

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    Im still blown away every time I see the price for a 2080ti. Sad that people actually cave to pay that much as well. AMD really need to do something to challenge that performance tier, one can only hope.

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      Don't be sad for the people who are able to afford a 2080 Ti. Be envious.

      Be sad for those that don't have the money to buy one actually.

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    Happy my 2080ti is still holding it's value, paid $1549 on July 2019

    Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti WINDFORCE OC 11GB Gaming Graphics Video Card

    I could almost sell it for what i paid.

    • +1 vote

      And then some.

  • +2 votes

    jesus, what the hell is wrong with the price of graphics cards these days, over 2k!? I remember when I bought my 1080 Ti AORUS Xtreme when it came out it was just 1.2k

    • +1 vote

      Inflation and shitty Aussie dollar.

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        Aussie dollar is fine. We are just getting ripped off by that lame excuse.

        https://www.dailyfx.com/aud-usd

        • +3 votes

          67c is fine? Short memory

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            @DisabledUser139667: It’s pretty much where it’s been the entirety of the last year. Maybe a point or two off. This ain’t 2012.

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          The dollar is okay now, but was as low as 57c in March.
          If a retailer orders product, it doesn't arrive instantly - the lead times are a month or two.
          Anything hitting stores at the moment would have been purchased during the AUD 'crash', as such the cost would have been significantly higher.

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            @swimmingtoad: Doesn’t explain the immediate price hikes we saw the last few months as soon as the dollar dropped. Of course covid plays into it, but I really don’t think a 4 week drop in the aud explains the significant price hikes we have seen.

            • +1 vote

              @blergmonkeys: Hi blergmonkeys,

              If our suppliers across the board decide to raise prices we can only do the same to stay profitable,

              Price falls and rises are heavily governed by these suppliers and not us.

              RAM is a perfect example of this,

              You can see a $10 to even $20 change in price through the week depending on events and the AUD.

              OP

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                @CGB Solutions: Then the problem is the greed of the suppliers and not necessarily the retail shops like yourselves.

                • +1 vote

                  @blergmonkeys: Please understand our frustration when this is taken out on us or our deal

                  We simply strive to give you the best price

                  OP

  • +1 vote

    Are these rare or something? my 2080S windforce OC cost $1000 from a bricks and mortar store in January

    • +5 votes

      Haven't heard of COVID, stock problems, currency etc etc?

      Everything has gone up.

  • -1 vote

    Why does every CGB post get the dumbest of the dumb people commenting/negging?

    Stop comparing prices LAST year to THIS YEAR
    Stop having a cry because GPU prices have been trending up FOREVER

    If you can't afford a RTX card, stop mocking those who can.

    WTF is with this rubbish every time….

    Next thing, oh phones are over $1k, $2k… No fking shit. Welcome to 2020 and many years before.

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    Does anybody know if the Display Ports on this GPU (Windforce) can use a passive adapter to HDMI monitor? Or would it require an active adapter?

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    I'm after a 2080TI but all of these prices are crazy. First company to have one around $1600 gets my money, I don't care which brand.

    • -1 vote

      You realise a new model is coming?

      • +3 votes

        There is always a new model coming

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          Every 2 years yeah…