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Gigabyte Eagle RTX 3080 Ti Graphics Card $2499 + Delivery ($0 Most Areas/ VIC C&C) @ Centre Com

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Same price as shopping express but a different model
Free Delivery in metro areas.
NVIDIA Ampere Streaming Multiprocessors
2nd Generation RT Cores
3rd Generation Tensor Cores
Powered by GeForce RTX™ 3080 Ti
Integrated with 12GB GDDR6X 384-bit memory interface
WINDFORCE 3X Cooling System with alternate spinning fans
RGB Fusion 2.0
Protection metal back plate

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  • +8 votes

    Let’s hope GPU price will lower as everyone predicts

  • +9 votes

    What are the rest of the specs for this pc? winky face

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    Just spent about 2799 on the Gigabyte 3800ti vision oc edition… devo.

    • +25 votes

      Username doesn't check out

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      Vision will be much better. Eagle cards perform like shit out of the box

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        Given the prices are so volatile it’s hard to get much accurate benchmarking information out of the variances. Vision is meant to be better with a studio driver….also meant to have higher mhz then what’s noted of about 1700… some site ram a test showing it hit 1900, all relative thoe to other components and rivers I bet. I’ll use it for gaming mainly.. What’s wrong with the eagle?

        Edit…looks like the core clock isn’t more than fe or reference, what do you know.

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          Their themal compounds used are extremely poor in quality. Meaning you may have to repaste more soon than other brands. Oil was literally seeping and dripping out of my card.

          Repasting and replacing themal pads voids the warranty

  • +8 votes

    What a joke

  • -1 vote

    wait for next generation RTX40xx or RX 7x00XT.

    • +3 votes

      (profanity) waiting another 2-3+ years

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      yea ofc man, I'll just keep using the UHD for now …

  • +4 votes

    But 2.5k could buy me another thrashed out used commodore to add to my collection.

    • +11 votes

      Pre-covid that commodore was only worth $250

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      i bought a pretty decent au falcon xr6 vct manual for $3k lol
      was gonna build a new pc but ig not anymore

  • +27 votes

    Anyone buying these cards for over $1500 is part of the problem and they're gonna just keep milking you

    • +1 vote

      Well RRP for this should be around $1800-2000, the regular 3080 should be priced from $1300-1500

      • +5 votes

        RTX 3080 launch price was $1139. But a ton of people will still willingly and gladly throw their money away. Nvidia's quarterly revenue still increased 84% last quarter in the midst of a global shortage of silicon, and that tells a lot.

        • +5 votes

          $1139 for a "founders" model. The aftermarket ones were all $1250-1500 depending on the vendor, well before the GPU price hikes.

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            @ozb1986: Not just the founders model. The EVGA XC3 was $1139 and the Zotac Trinity was as low as $1100 at points around launch (on PLE).

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        I thought I overpaid at $1350 for the RTX 3080 Gigabyte Gaming OC, the RRP was $1300 lol

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        Even $1,500 for the regular 3080 is too high. My Gaming X Trio 3080 was $1,469. IIRC this card launched at around $1,000

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          3080 was never sub $1250-ish in Australia.

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            @ozb1986: Only the EVGA 3080 XC3 range were. The XC3 Ultra was $1199, every other brand was more expensive, from memory.

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              @Sleepycat3: XC3 (non ultra) was $1139 and Zotac Trinity was $1100 for a few hours (then $1139 for most of launch outside of that short period).

    • -4 votes

      I've heard msrp is around $2k, dont know where u r getting $1500

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        My EVGA 3080 was $1,169. But msrp doesn't mean much when there's such a shortage of course.

    • +1 vote

      Kinda part of the problem. The main cause is crypto has set a baseline price for these for a while. Even with the significantly lower eth price, you're getting about $7.5/day after power costs, so about $2800 per year.

      You borrow $200k, buy a bunch of GPUs, mine, sell coins, anything after 12mo is pure profit, and you resell older GPUs to recover some money and you're making bank!

      And that's after the value dropped a good 30%.

      With this baseline price soon to disappear, hopefully it can go back to a pure supply/demand pricing.

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        Good plan, except for the part about rolling up to a financial institution and asking to borrow 200k to mine crypto…

        Lets face it, $7.50 per day is chicken feed. A coffee costs you $5+ now. You have to do it on a grand scale to make anything decent, and even then you're relying on it going up, which was not sustainable at the rate it was.

  • +1 vote

    Powered by GeForce RTX™ 3080 Ti, glad they added this in so confusing

  • +2 votes

    OMG, I thought my 3070ti still worth 2.5k

  • +2 votes

    Oz-stillmorethan-RRP

  • +1 vote

    When are Nvidia going to stop releasing bullshit TI versions of cards 6 months after their mainline launch?
    Just squeeze the pathetic 10% gains out of your original lineup.

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      A) marketing
      B) architecture "debottlenecking"

  • +1 vote

    out of curiosity, any reason why this is cheaper than the 3080's in stock? I have seen the Asus ROG Strix 3080 OC for $2900 at the pc stores in stock lately, but this is $500 cheaper for a RTX 3080 TI

    • +2 votes

      Hash rate limiter. Which is dumb, you can still mine other coins and still profit

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    Who in their right mind would buy these cards? NOT a bargain!

  • -2 votes

    https://www.centrecom.com.au/asus-geforce-rtx-3080-tuf-oc-10..., this one looks better, no TI still A$2459

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      That's 93% of the performance of the 3080Ti for 98% of the price…

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    this was on my watchlist
    it used to be $1920
    but a couple days ago they jacked up the price to $2500

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    Would this be a good graphics card for rocket league?

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    Is the Eagle the most basic in the Gigabyte GPU series?