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Inno3d GeForce RTX 3080 iChill X4 LHR 10GB Video Card $1899 + Postage @ PC Case Gear

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"The Inno3D GeForce RTX 3080 iCHILL X4 10GB LHR graphics card features a 1440MHz base clock, 1770MHz boost clock, 10GB GDDR6X 320-bit memory interface, 19GB/s memory speed, PCI-E 4.0, 1 x HDMI 2.1, 3 x DisplayPort 1.4a, HDCP 2.3 support, OpenGL 4.6 and DirectX 12 Ultimate support, and RGB lighting."

$1899 + Postage

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  • +9 votes

    Lol how is this good? Its been around this price already on PLE preorders for some models

  • +1 vote

    Such a big jump in price between 3070 and 3080 :( I want a 3080 so bad

  • +2 votes

    4gb 3080! 😂

    • +8 votes

      oppsies :)

      Must be the Wish.com Edition

  • +6 votes

    Hold Bois, I know you want it, but this fight is for future generations. PC Gaming is on the precipice of not being feasible for the average customer; if you don't hold then all is lost… and the future will be grimmer and pricier. Hold for the future!

    • +3 votes

      Completely untrue. Gaming has never been more accessible. Cards from 6 years ago can still play modern released games and technologies like DLSS are continually broadening capabilities. Hyperbole.

      Although I do think graphics card prices are (profanity).

      Agreed to hold ;)

      • +8 votes

        I think what GulcasaSyaxe is getting at is setting a precedent.

        If everyone accepts highway robbery as the new norm, we've only ourselves to blame.

        • +1 vote

          I'm just going by what he said mate, which wasn't about pricing precedent but "feasibility".

          I agree that pricing of today's cards is setting a dangerous precedent, but it's a different point to say that gaming isn't feasible for average people on a PC. It's more feasible than ever!

          PS: I'd never pay today's prices for a card, I'm happy sticking with the older ones haha.

          • +1 vote

            @Dvbargain: Nvidia has been milking the market dry for years. The GTX 280 with a 576 mm² die size launched at $499usd. The 2080 with a 545 mm² die size launched at $1199usd. Inflation accounts for maybe $100usd, had AMD been competing more in line with todays offerings, you probably could have expected it to cost around $550-599usd, but in the absence of any real competition, well, smaller die size for double the price is what we got. If you really want to drop prices by protesting, holding off on your purchase of an Nvidia card isn't the answer, buying an AMD card would be a better bet, as nothing would see aggressive discounts than the competition getting their business. The problem with this is that Nvidia has such a massive lead after all those years of gouging consumers that they have bigger budgets for R&D and investing into partnerships to push tech for which AMD is weak (eg: DLSS, RTX, CUDA, NVENC). This means that most consumers are left only wanting Nvidia products in order to secure these features. Competition is your friend as a consumer.

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              @boredofficeworker: They're overpriced too unfortunately.

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              @boredofficeworker: Don't forget the increased cost of wafers. Not saying that Nvidia aren't charging more, they are. But the mathematics aren't that simple.

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        This affordability is mostly due to mobos, memory, cPUs, PSU and other components dropping in price over time. GPUs have increased over time due to the tech I guess.

      • +5 votes

        I disagree, PC GAMING has become less accessible, compared to its other competitive counterparts.
        Without being scalped, Console is already caught up and is lot more cost-efficient, thus more accessible to future generations. DLSS is only locked for RTX 2000 and RTX 3000 Generation. AMD FSR is more feasible for older generation cards.

        Generally, people don't buy a PC to play game, but when they want to they usually want to experience it at a decent quality, overlaying their console counterpart, but if the product/ aka parts necessary to game are not feasible at the price point comparative to consoles, PC Gaming for the average consumer will become obsolete. For future sake, if PC parts stay at this high price, the next console generation will literally destroy the PC gaming hobby, unless you like to mod your game.

        Of course, I'm not saying everything as absolutes.

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          I think the problem for me is you're comparing accessibility against consoles …why? Just because it's current gen?

          I personally think gaming even on a PS3 or PS4 is amazing. It doesn't need to be at top graphics or compared to a console counter part. Games are cheaper, some are F2P! Back in the day a $2000.00 PC could barely play Heroes of Might and Magic, but now $2000.00 gets me an RTX3070 full PC.

          I just don't see how it's less accessible to….anyone?

          But. Why the (profanity) am I even having this conversation on Ozbargain hahahaha.

          Ily all. I'm out.

        • +1 vote

          Huh pc parts are cheaper than ever. It's only gpu prices that have skyrocketed for reasons everyone is already aware of.

    • +2 votes

      3080 is a more expensive model, it doesn't need to be accessible to the average customer

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      Bit late champ. I mean, unless you've been posting this for months and months?

  • +5 votes

    Probably $400 postage given it's PCCG…

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    Worth to spend another $500 for Non LHR version, then you can make the profit back

    • +6 votes

      (profanity) crypto - that total bs rort is what has lead to GPU and SSD/HDD prices skyrocketing.. it's a speculative rort just like most big end finance where it dupes people into thinking something is 'worth something' and then fools with FOMO drive up the speculative price, so that early investors (spruickers of how great it is and how it'll be worth a fortune in the near future) can then dump their crypto and make a large profit. It uses physical resources (coal, gas etc.), outputs pollution because of those resources and produces… nothing but even more profit for the rich.

      • -3 votes

        it's a speculative rort

        yeah fiat money kinda is

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      EIP1559 came out today, so not a good idea to do that just yet. Currently 2 eth is being burned a minute.

  • +1 vote

    Still $700 more expensive then launch.

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      Yeah, so many were available at that price, good comparison.

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    Already seeing a lot of prices at this point, that mean's it's gonna drop more.

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    How is the memory temps on this particular model? Google-d it, but can't find much about it. Cheeeeers