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[Preorder] Inno3D GeForce RTX 3060 Ti - $849, ASUS GeForce RTX 3060 Ti Dual Mini - $859 + Delivery @ PC Case Gear

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The prices are coming down folks.

Both cards are LHR.

Inno3D ETA 18/08/2021 - https://www.pccasegear.com/products/55001/inno3d-geforce-rtx...
Asus ETA 15/08/2021 - https://www.pccasegear.com/products/54991/asus-geforce-rtx-3...

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  • +24 votes

    Who longest waits most surely wins.

    • +41 votes

      I just picked up a gtx 580 for $25. Only had to wait 10 years!

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        Damn. That's a good buy, but I'm not sure it was worth the wait.

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        Did you buy that GTX580 from a museum?

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          No, they were charging double

        • +26 votes

          Harvey Norman, guy said it was all I would ever need.

          • +1 vote

            @PlagueistheCheap: Yes, for any reliable computer advice, Harvey Norman is the place to go….;)

          • +3 votes

            @PlagueistheCheap: Did you buy a Monster HDMI cable off him too?

            • +12 votes

              @karimk74: No, he was a straight shooter. Said monster cables are for suckers. But he gave me a great deal on extended warranty. Said "it's a must have".

          • +1 vote

            @PlagueistheCheap: Well that is hardly normal.

      • +3 votes

        I got a 486 DX2 with DUAL speed CD ROM for free! Only had to to wait 19 years to get it

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          Funny thing is that's now suitably vintage that from now on it will be going up in price

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            @wasabinator: Yes depending on what type could sell for decent amount. I am devastated we got rid of our compaq presario 166mhz pentium.

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        Oh nice. I started my very first build this year and yet to get my hands on a rtx 3070. So right now, im chilling with a gt640.

      • +1 vote

        great price, need to upgrade my 560, can you share the link?

    • +3 votes

      PCCG, that is all the motivation I need to "wait"

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      Why wait? Early bird gets the worm. Sniped a card on release, 3 fan for $150 less than this.

  • +2 votes

    Where are these 3070 cards for $750 that were touted mid last year when they were being announced lol

    • +15 votes

      What? 3070s rrp was $809 for reference edition everything else was 979 and above for a basic card, the good brands were all priced about $1080

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        Yeah $750-800 for basic brands, I'm sure a lot of people would have jumped at that (and still would) given the shortage. Just funny the hype at the time and people scrambling around to sell their 20xx cards. Agree it's still worth waiting and getting a decent brand. My MSI 2060 super is still doing me well

        • +4 votes

          No the basic brands started from $809 not sure why you said 700 earlier and now $750 this is incorrect

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            @ShotzzXII: Fair enough, maybe it was everyone's speculative guesses of the price at the time, but not far off (within $59). Never said it was $700
            Anyway good to see things are coming back down to sensible pricing.

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      These cards aren't far off a 3070 performance wise.

      • -5 votes

        The 3070 is close to 2080 performance and this is below that by enough that it might matter, depending on what you’re doing e.g gaming at 1440p will be harder than 1080p and those 15fps might be the difference between playable and unplayable.

        • +8 votes

          Last time I checked 3060ti beats a 2080super almost in every title

          3070 is approx 10% faster than a 3060ti

          • +1 vote

            @Bappy: 10% at 1080p, around 18% at 4k, so yeah, if you're gaming at 4k I would recommend a 3070 over 3060ti, especially since it gets you over 60 fps in most titles at max quality, if 1080; then a 3060ti would do just fine.

        • +2 votes

          3070 is close to 2080 TI

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        I have a ROG strix and at 100%, its maxing out at 60 C. Overclock would put it to 3070 level easily, but 2 fans cards may not be able to get it.

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      December last year you could get 3 fan 3070s for $899, think thats the lowest it got

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        Yep, I nabbed an evga mid range model for $950 @ PLE.

  • +25 votes

    Great video card prices are now simply ridiculous rather than outrageous.

    • +1 vote

      This is basically 2080 super performance for $850, and that card sold for about a 1k when it first came out. So at least we are better off than we were 2 years ago. Finally.

      • +1 vote

        No it’s not.

      • +4 votes

        thats a bad way to look at it, 60 series should always be around the 70 or 80 series of previous gen anyway, if prices keep going up whats the next 4060 series price going to be?

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          Hey I agree with that, but the 3060 ti was outperforming all but the best of the last generation as it's basically a 3070. And in theory it should be about $750(?), so my point is it's still better than 2 years ago, and heaps better than 6 months ago when we had to folk over $1400 for a 3070. I don't remember seeing a 3070 for under $1150, which is $300 more for about 5% more performance

          • +1 vote

            @Dunnomuch: 3070s were going for around $950-1100 around Jan. I know because i got my 3070 vision for $1100 in jan and the cheapest one was $979 from ple if i remember correctly. So prices are dropping but only to prices earlier this yr which is still bad

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              @throwsofaraway: I'd say this is a similarly good deal to a $950 3070. I'd be pretty happy with either. I haven't seen a 3070 that cheap but I've only been looking recently.

              Shame neither come with 12/16gb. And I wonder if AMD cards will come down in price soon

  • +6 votes

    HOLD! Hold apes, we need to hold

  • +11 votes

    What’s Inno3D? Does the brand matter?

    Also, what’s the difference between dual mini or mini and non-mini?

    • +17 votes

      Come on guys downvoting this person makes you look like the stupid ones.

      Anyway, Inno3D are a budget brand and they're part owned by the same company who own Zotac. Their cards usually have lower speeds than other brands and their software can be poor.

      In this case the ASUS is clocked faster than the Inno3D. The other difference is ones a lot shorter in size for those who use smaller cases.

      • +4 votes

        Thanks for replying man. I actually tried to google these questions but I couldn’t find anything.

        Ok so If I go for a dual mini instead of the normal size it’s the same performance, but diff size?

        • +2 votes

          You can't really go wrong with either of them. I'd be inclined to say the ASUS as it should offer better cooling, VRMs etc.

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          What sized case are you working with?

          Inno3D are a pretty reputable brand that makes solid cards and unless you need a more compact cards I'd be inclined to suggest the Inno3D one.

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            @Jabob: I haven’t bought any parts yet. But I’m aiming to get a 3060ti, Ryzen 5 5600x, b550 mobo

            Looking at getting a case with good airflow like 4000D, P400a, or 200r. Unless other suggest other cases

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              @imnotthetattooguy: I actually have a 4000D and it's great! I live in a pretty dusty house so all the dust filters do wonders for me.

              In a case that size you aren't likely to need a compact card though. My case comfortably fits a full length RTX 3080.

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                @Jabob: Thanks for replying and for the advice man, defs likely to get that case and a full size card!

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                @Jabob: Do I need to add fans to the case?

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                  @imnotthetattooguy: It comes with two fans, they will function but you may want to add more over time.

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                    @Jabob: Yeah i did some research and watched some builds. Apparently it's popular to move the front fan that comes with the case to the top and then add 2x 140mm case fans to the other 2 slots at the front

    • -12 votes

      Google is your friend for all your questions.

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        I actually tried to google before I asked

  • +3 votes

    Getting closer to the $749 I paid 7 months ago….

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      Which brand and model was it?

  • +6 votes

    No need to preorder these cards at all IMO, they are more supply than demand in LHR cards, no miners massive buying means these card actual value is low.

    You have to remember back to Feb, EVGA TWIN FAN 3060Ti was $709.

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      agree, given have to wait almost more than another half of a month, more deal could come on its way.

      would have been an ok deal if it is in stock right now.

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      Should Also cast your mind back to end 2020, 2080Ti was $2000 lol

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    IMO 3060ti is the most under-rated 3000 series card, heck I have seen people wants to pay more for the 3060 (not Ti) just because it has more VRAM.

    3060ti and 3070 are made from the same GPU die (albeit 3060ti is the cutdown version).

    I own a EVGA FTW3 Ultra 3060ti and it performs 'almost' as good as 3070 (mostly 5% slower, in some cases 10% slower)

    In summary, if your AIB 3060ti can draw enough power (like ROG Strix/FTW3 Ultra) then it will perform closer to an entry level 3070 and will beat 2080super.

    Current pricing and availability is of course different story

    • +2 votes

      I concur. 3060Ti represents the sweet spot in RTX 3000 family

      above it you pay significantly more for incremental improvements in performance

      unless you want to go all out with hi res gaming and ray tracing - but not everyone needs that

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      Absolutely

    • +1 vote

      Agree with you guys. 3060 Ti represents the best value in 3000s family by far at the moment.

      Many reviews indicate that 3060 Ti is 20% to 30% faster than 3060, but 5 to 10% slower than 3070.

      Let's do the simple maths, if 3060 Ti's is priced at $850, 3060 should be priced at $640 and 3070 should be priced at $935.

      I believe that Nvidia's marketing team screwed up the naming for some of these cards. 3060 Ti should be called 3070, 3070 should be called 3070 super.

  • +3 votes

    Let's hold until 2030

  • +2 votes

    Brushing aside all the anodyne butthurt over prices that afflicts all of these deals, that ASUS card looks like an absolute cracker. Lots of power in a really tiny package. Great for ITX builders.

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    I can't keep track of what IC3, dual, mini, what is better than what, but isn't the evga deal that just went by better? Evga is a few tiers above inno3d?

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/641547

    • +1 vote

      Sure, except I'd rather buy from PCCG than some unknown marketplace seller on Catch. The Asus mini card will be of similar quality to thar EVGA card.

  • +1 vote

    Ill wait till 3070s get to around this price then pull the trigger

  • +2 votes

    At least these are only GPUs, housing price is equally insane if not worse.

    • +3 votes

      It's crazy how much attention and hate scalping on GPUs (or insert hype product) get, but yet no one makes a peep about people going around with cheap loans buying up investment properties to short squeeze out home buyers.

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        As well there are people willfully milking tax law weaknesses (likely some are breaking it) and take price of it.

        https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/641499

        So, I guess it comes down to whose hip pocket things are hurting.

        I have always had some thoughts about the housing market:
        1. Sub par lending practice on investments - if we treat property as an asset class, all investment loans should be treated like margin loans, but they aint.
        2. Personally, no issue with negative gearing. Given my personal view that property can be an asset class, and thus lending practice should reflect that, support by relevant law changes.
        3. Clean up shonky lending practices. 10 years back, loans were given on dodgy pay slips - standardise template used on many borrowers. No prize for guessing which external party wrote those loans, and which country the funny payslips came from.
        4. Remove stamp duty for 1st property owned (as well subsequent trade up/down) and 3 fold the stamp duty on second property onward.
        5. Change current auction practice for better transparency and make seller's reverse amount binding/disclosed upfront, as well pass in is not permitted given reverse amount is met.

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          Really like the no/triple stamp duty proposal. I'm in this position at the moment and stamp duty creates a huge incentive to keep, rather than sell, my first property when buying a second.

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    HOLLLLD BOIS

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    Hold folks, just hold. A little bit more hold means saving a lot.

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      Like if everyone doesnt buy fuel on this day.. haha
      Cryptos are still awful too ha

  • +2 votes

    Hoooolddddd….. For higher crypto prices…..

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    HOLD!
    Gainward Tri-fan version, dounle 8pins power supply 3060ti LHR is only 780 aud in china now (whole sale price, might need to add 60-80dolars for retail).

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    It's just the bloody video games driving up the processing power and cost, any will do if you can't afford a Quadro p2000

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      With currency conversion + tax, the price will be around AUD $800, which is not far from this deal here.

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        Plus AIB being more expensive than Founders, and not to mention we don't get founders here. I appreciate the positivity from the HODL crowd, but these prices likely won't come down much further in AUD terms at least, especially given the fact that these cards still have no problem selling out.

        Would be delighted to be proven wrong though.