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MSI RTX 3070 Gaming X Trio (Non-LHR) $1219 + Delivery @ Evatech

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Looks like people won't too thrilled with $1199 LHR 3070, so let's see how this deal goes

Explicitly mentioned as non-LHR on the site, limit 1 per customer

Non-LHR Suprim also available for $1299

or an absolutely over the top 3070, also non-lhr Neptune AIO $1399

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  • +20 votes

    HOLD

    • +8 votes

      IM BLUEBALLING!

      • +5 votes

        RELEASE THE KRAKEN. I mean….pressure. That's dangerous mate.

    • +1 vote

      Geez man!! Ooookay!

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    Nice

  • +3 votes

    That's actually pretty close to launch prices. I paid $1000 for a Ventus 3070 when it first released, and this model was at least $100 more. Not bad if you are on the fence.

    But the EVGA 3080 was around the price of this card at launch too. Take from that what you will.

  • +7 votes

    RRP for RTX 3070 is 809 AUD.
    Price is still marked up 40.4339%

    Would still advise to wait as price correction is still happening and rumours of the 40 series are already in speculation

    But I'm not your mother so do what you want with your money

    • +11 votes

      That rrp is bullocks, and based on a fe card which has not existed since launch.

      • +1 vote

        The RRP has nothing to do with worth, it's a device to alter the perception of value to the buyer.

        This happens automatically and unconsciously and thus cannot be prevented.

      • +2 votes

        The point of this website is to help people make decisions when it comes to purchasing. To be able to do that you need a marker to base it on.

        You don't have to take it to heart; again, it's your money but im just advising people how much it's still being marked up. Do your own research and always do what's right for you

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          Time is a function of money, to some people their time is worth nothing so they are happy to wait months to save a few hundreds bucks, not so much for others

          • +4 votes

            @ln28909: Double thumbs up for you. It's one of the reasons why I bought my GPU on launch night, and not bothered to wait for pricing to come down or more AIB reviews to be released. I have other things to do, other than tracking 3080 pricing on OZB, Discord, Newegg, Staticice, etc. Instead, I could do other things, like buy more Eneloops or car jump starters.

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        Yeah.

        What was the fe 3080 rrp? I'm trying to guesstimate where current 3080 prices will settle. For the cheap end like gainward or pny or whatever (anything but gigabyte due to mushy thermal pads)

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          Remember fe isn't aio, and they will even in a perfect world have their own extra distribution costs to add on to the card. This is why using fe rrp is a terrible base for what it should be worth.

          With no covid and supply issues, a low end 3070 would be around 900-1000, and a 3080 would be 1200-1400.

          So yes, cards are overpriced. But not as much as you think they would be.

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            @superroach: I was planning on using fe price plus $200 :)

            Just received my techfast. Trying to decide whether to sell the card for $2200-2300 and buy LHR later. I'll mine if i have to buy don't want to.

            I can see LHR 3080 cards at $1700 right now but wondering how much lower they'll go and over how long. My first estimate was they'd go to $1600 only. But I'm struggling to tell.

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      Rrp of this card was never 809

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    Is the 3060 Ti and 3070 similar in terms of performance so the $859 deal is significantly better and this is just more expensive because of the non-LHR component or am I mistaken regarding performance?

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      Yeah they're similar. I think the 3070 is about 10% better performance wise, they are made from the same silicon die. The 3060 ti is slightly cut down though.

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        for 1080, for 1440 i think its near 15% and 4k its like 17%. I'd say worth it if you game at 4k, since the 3070 barely gets 60fps in most games whereas the 3060ti is just under. 55 -> 65 (+18%) is a bigger difference imo than 65 -> 80 (+23%)

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          the 3070 barely gets 60fps in most games

          Try high instead of ultra …

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        Ten percent is not similar, that's a noticeable difference.

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      a 3070 non-lhr makes about 2 aud more than a 3060ti lhr at current prices. so ignoring the performance increase of the 3070, after only half a year of mining, you would have saved more money getting the 3070

  • +1 vote

    Got as far as clicking pay and then OOS. I hate these non guest checkouts

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    Is this company legit?

    • +3 votes

      As legit as they come.

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    https://www.ebay.com.au/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_nkw=3070&_saca...

    GG to people who got it. People are still willing to pay top bucks based on sold history. Most of these are pre-owned.

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      Someone bought the Dell 3070 for $1400… Wth shame these scalpers

      • +4 votes

        u aint seen nothing yet, wait till u start trying to buy a house

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          I'm trying, but more just looking in from the outside :'(

  • +1 vote

    50 mins after posted and there's 0 stock…
    Seems to me like a cheap strategy of putting 1 item in stock for low price, only to show up on OzB and get people to follow the website afterwards, hoping for a bargain.

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      it was in stock for a few hours before I posted here

    • +1 vote

      I would not be surprised if they had less than 5 available, but whether they intentionally did it to promote their business, possibly. Especially as other 3070s from PowerColor although out of stock, have a higher price on their website. That ain’t right!

      • +7 votes

        Ahhh, had a feeling OzB was behind the sudden burst of GPU orders. Just to address a bit of the speculation going on here…

        Stock levels? Not triple digits, but way more than 5.

        Intentional? nope. Routine pricing review. The product manager is probably kicking himself thinking he could have been less aggressive with the price drop in retrospect.

        When? Current pricing took effect yesterday afternoon.

        PowerColor? I think you mean Colorful (PowerColor doesn't sell NVIDIA GPUs). We review pricing with each batch that arrives. If something hasn't been available for an extended period of the time, the advertised 'sold-out' price is simply what it was sold at last time it was in stock.

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          are you planning on selling the 3090 Kudan sometimes in the future?

          • +1 vote

            @ln28909: We'd love to, but they are very very limited edition and Colorful are trickling them out over time instead of releasing them all in a single batch. Not sure when we'll get any allocated here in Australia.

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              @evatech: yeah, I didn't realise they allocated them in Australia until I saw your post history, gonna keep an eye out for it

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          The thing for us to take from this, if you guys are still turning enough profit to sell a gaming X trio for $1219, then other stores still selling for upwards of $1600 are just ripping us off, standing behind the banner of, “it’s all the distributors fault our prices are so high”.
          So appreciate you guys not taking complete advantage of the market.

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    Is 3070 worth the extra bucks over the 3060Ti?

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      Too hard to say because of the pricing changes. Do you intend to mine with it? Then it's a no brainer.

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    I paid $1190 for a 3070 gaming x back in January. Great to see prices rolling back. Would hope to see a 3080ti around $2k soon.

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    Crypto coming back. I want to buy them all ><

  • +1 vote

    3070TI is already below AUD 1200 from oversea market.
    Good deal now may become a regret in a month time.

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      Aus stock will remain inflated for at least another 6-12 months. Inflation and current freight shipping container are thru the roof now.

    • +4 votes

      Then tell us how we can get these mythical overseas $1200 3070 TIs

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    love it, sells out and you guys are still holding out for rrp…Trio is mid tier, Suprim x is top tier and neptune oc is a beast of an AIO. None of these cards were at the 3070 base "rrp", yet people still holding out for that funny a.f.

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      Hey!

      Shut up.

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    Paid 1050 for this a while ago, perfect card for 1440p 144hz+

    the x trio on the 3070 has some of the best thermals, basically no fan spin during everything other than gaming, really nice and quiet