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Inno3d RTX 3070 Twin X2 OC $869 / Inno3d RTX 3070 Ichill X3 $899 (Sold Out) + Shipping/ $0 Delivery @ Umart

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bargain price, get in quick before it sells out,

$899 for a 3 fans is probably the cheapest it has been

https://www.umart.com.au/Inno3D-GeForce-RTX-3070-iChill-X3-8G-Graphics-Card_57251G.html

4:50pm X3 back in stock

11/11 1pm: X2 Back in stock

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  • +3 votes

    Thanks OP! :)

  • +1 vote

    And… out of stock on the 3x

  • +2 votes

    Aren't there significant delays for the X2? Why are they still taking orders? The last big deal from Umart had ~180 upvotes.

    Something smells fishy to me…

  • +12 votes

    What the hell they haven't even fulfilled my launch order after months. Why on earth are they still taking orders.

    • +1 vote

      I suspect seller profit margins are high, supply low and gamers are buying irrespective of price. Next revision is probably going to cement price increases across the board.

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        Not to mention with the slow trickle of cards some retailers are holding over $1m in pre-order funds they can have sitting in an interest gaining account right now while they wait for new stock from suppliers making them free money.

        • +2 votes

          I don't believe any retailer really wants to hold on to our cash.
          Interest on deposit is barely 1% per YEAR and cash flow financing 4 - 7% per year, so not much in a few months…

          Very little to offset the cost of the delay if you think of the extra customer support chasing orders, answering calls and growing need to keep the waiting customers happy with some other incentive.

          Not ideal for anyone… I just don't think it is fair to say that PC retailers are purposeful hoarding cash. They most certainly want a slice of the profit pie and fight for orders and that results in them hoarding cash.

          The bottom end is those retailers who have managed to truly "Secure" orders have gained in reputation.

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            @grang: If you've ever bought something from a company and then had that company go under, you'd know pre order from a small sized business is a very bad idea

            If they structure their company correctly they'll pay their executives, declare voluntary insolvency and you say goodbye to your money. You might get cents back on the dollar after years of battles in the courts.

  • +1 vote

    "Deal'"…lol. As if.

  • +1 vote

    Why all the hype around 3 fan designs? Are there benchmarks to support that they run cooler and operate quieter?
    EDIT: i have a Zotac 3070 2 fan design and i can barely hear it running in my case under max load. Yes, its audible but by a significant less margin than my old GTX970 and the computer audio eliminates it almost entirely

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      it's probably misinformation like the AIO debacle, I have no problem against 2 fans card but just catering to the masses here

    • +3 votes

      Not sure about the these ones in particular, but graphics cards still obey the laws of thermodynamics - 2 fan designs (and smaller heatsinks) cannot dissipate the same amount of heat as 3 fans at the same RPM, so they are either clocked lower or operate at higher fan speeds in general. But that's not discounting your experience at all, I'm sure the 2 fan card is not much louder than the larger version.

      • +3 votes

        I'd take 2 bigger fans over 3 smaller if that were an option, all other things equal.

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          Yep, I want to see gpus with 2x 120mm fans. Some cases are big enough for that.

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        it's also highly dependent on the heat generated from the graphics card as there is always a point where you get diminishing return, with correct undervolting you shouldn't have an issue with noise, thermal or performance with a 3070. Similar to how 360mm aio is just for aesthetics as there is very minimal difference in performance to its 240mm counterparts

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          3 x 80mm fan would have a surface area of approx 60000, 2 x 100mm fans would have the same.

          Yep 2 x fans likely moving more air

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      A lot of videos on youtube comparing AIB (3 fans) with FE (2 fans) show the same performance (+/- 2%). Temperature of a 2-fan is about 10C higher but I don't think it's an issue.
      My stock CPU fan is much louder

    • +1 vote

      someone saw some youtube video and spreads the misinformation

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      There is so much more to cooling a GPU than the number of fans. But it's easily identifiable while other things, like the heatsink design; how well the heatsink interfaces with the heat sources, how much heatsink there actually is, and the quality of the fans, isn't readily apparent

      Heatsink weight would probably be a slightly better indication if you had to pick only one spec, but the weight it's usually obvious like the number of fans.

      The end result of this hype is going to be companies putting out really shitty 3 fan modules with tiny heatsinks, and terrible interfaces. Last gen TUF models were pretty terrible 3 fan cards before the redesign, so was the Radeon VII, XFX made some terrible 3 fan cards. Meanwhile there were plenty of top tier two fan cards like the MSI gaming X.

      I'm sure there were others

      Not saying this particular card is bad btw, IIRC it's pretty good

      • +4 votes

        Scalper alert! lolll

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    Very few preorders for the iChill models remain, but it is unlikely that we will fill all of these before the new year. We have received a huge number of pre-orders for the model N30702-08D6-1710VA32 and stock is extremely limited and facing delays. Pre-orders will be filled very slowly and we have no confirmation on when all current pre-orders will be filled.

    From https://help.umart.com.au/hc/en-us/articles/360002102876

    While this is for pre-orders, they also address the fact that sometimes it can say in stock, but there may still be delays.

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    is that a good brand? never heard of it…

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      all brands are similar, they all make top tier model and low tier model, just that some are more prominent in certain region

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      budget brand like Galax, Zotac etc

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        Galax makes better card than asus fyi

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          budget as in lower price, doesn't mean worse… to get it to a lower price though they do have to cut something out so always best to hunt around for reviews as you would have to come to the conclusion that Galax is better than Asus.

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            @scud70: The difference is the warranty, all galax card only has a 2 years warranty when asus has 3

            They have their own exclusive overclocking tournament and the hof line-up is as good as it gets

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    I'd be tempted if I could get my 5900x

  • -3 votes

    Be patient. The shortage will be over in a few months and these things will only be around $700.

    • +2 votes

      Someone's living in fairy land and no I didn't neg you.

      • -2 votes

        Nvidia CFO sort of 'fairy land'. Kress said 'a few months to catch up' (to demand): https://www.tomsguide.com/news/nvidia-rtx-3080-stock-shortag.... You will then realise you paid too much for a pretty el-cheapo brand of GPU, when you should have just been a little patient.

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          US MSRP went up because of tariffs. I wouldn't be surprised if they jack it up all over the world, and there are reports of it going up in Europe.

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      I wouldn't go near 3070 at this price at all, 8gb of ram, what a joke
      Rather get 6800 for same price, 20% performance boost, non rtx and better hardware
      One, or two more months I can wait as there are no games my 1080ti struggles in, I have no idea why there is such a demand for these, they must be used for crypto or ppl just have too much cash to burn during covid

      • +5 votes

        6800 is nowhere near the same price genius

        • -5 votes

          Rrp around $800,can pre order a 3 fan version from hn at 960, I'd say it's close enough same price 'genius'

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            @botchie: Rtx cards = DLSS and less depreciation. Crypto miners will make these cards still be in demand.

            6800 non AIB is already 3 fan anyway compared to 2 fan 3070 founders…

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              @acetth: 8 gg vs 16, that’s all you need to know, only fan boys would buy 3070 over 6800 , spend little more and get xt, for 1k, much better card

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                @botchie: lol…. ummm yeah well good luck with that…

                i had originally wanted to go 6800xt… had my set up to do the smart access thing and still went nvidia…. why? well the 6800xt sapphire nitro was $1300 while i got my 3080 for $1469….and yes i had both on pre-order…

                I have sold my 3080 and downgraded to 3070 since it was overkill for most of the games that i play except cyberpunk.

                That is a dumb way to look at things… if that is the case the 6800xt would beat the 3080 due to more gbs.

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                  @acetth: Well if you game at 1080 then you didn't even need to upgrade 😂, I game at 1440 p and have 27inch monitor and am totally fine with 1080 ti, but want to try ultra wide monitor and therefore will need something more, don't care about rtx and can get 6800xt for 1k, same nvidia is 1300 plus and worse at 1440p, not sure what else I need to look at? Don't care about rtx or Dlss

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          To be fair it was available a couple days ago for $949. At that price it's a no brainer, but now that all the reference cards are sold out (and won't be restocked), all the AIB models are hideously overpriced. The best is powercolour where you're paying $70-$150 over MSRP. Not awful, but not obviously a better buy than a $899 3070

      • +1 vote

        Should have bought a 2080 ti back in September, best bang for buck at $700-$800

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          2080 Ti at $800 would have been great (it's surely better than a 3070). I'm regretting letting go of my 1080 Ti Strix for $650!

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      This gpu will make $180/month with mining, plenty to offset the premium,

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    Ozbargained

  • -2 votes

    How are they still selling pre-orders of this card? I know people who are still waiting for the first round of pre-orders from months ago…

    • +3 votes

      Because this is the oc model. The model with all those outstanding pre-orders is for the non oc

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    Just got my xc3 ultra from PLE and I am feeling like I lost 50 bucks…
    The Ichill X3 is a pretty decent 3070 according to Which RTX 3070 to BUY and AVOID
    And it's in stock again at the moment.

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    Can you post some deals about rx 6800s for sub $900 please

    • +1 vote

      Ple had it for 950 few days ago, wait a bit, they will come down

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    These cards are coin diggers' paradise!

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      Ordered at 1:40pm, dispatched at 5:39pm.

      Not bad at all.

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    now priced at $929