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Galax GeForce RTX 3080 Ti 12GB GPU $2399 + Delivery @ Shopping Express


Galax GeForce RTX 3080 Ti SG (1-Click OC) 12GB GDDR6X RGB LED Graphics Card

Roughly $15.61 shipping to my address. Not sure if Australia-wide

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  • +1

    Wow, my entire computer rig that I assembled 3 weeks ago cost literally this much!

    Case: Deepcool Matrexx 40 mATX - $49
    CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 5600x - $319
    CPU Cooler: Deepcool Gamer Storm Gammaxx 400 - $49
    MOBO: Gigabyte B550M Aorus Pro P - $149
    RAM: G.Skill Trident Z RGB 32GB (2x 16GB) DDR4 3200MHz - $289
    SSD1: Samsung 960 Pro 500GB NVMe - free
    SSD2: Samsung 960 Evo 500GB SATA - free
    GPU: EVGA RTX 3060ti FTW Ultra - $1149
    PSU: Corsair RMx 750W - $159
    FANS: x2 Deepcool MF-120 ARGB Fan 120mm 3 Pack with ARGB Controller $98
    Total: $2261

    • +1

      Where'd you get a 5600x for that much?

      • +2

        Kogan had a Klarna sale awhile back here at OzBargain.

    • How did you get the SSDs for free? From previous computer?

    • +6

      What's scary, is that back in the days of Pascal we were paying that much for a 1080Ti, and now it barely buys a 3060Ti.

      • -1

        3060ti is overall faster than 1080ti, not great but at least we can afford a bit more GPU speed comparing to 4 years ago. The price of the top-of-the-line cards was approximately increasing from generation to generation, as performance per $.

  • -2

    I still can't fathom gamers who can justify spending so much on a single computer component. I refuse to pay more than $1300 for 3080 card.

    • some gamer spend around 7500-10000+ on their gaming computers.. Dunno if it does them any better or not… but 2400 hasn't been considered much anymore.

      Looking at some of the machines on pcpartpicker, that would be a deposit on them.

    • +7

      Do you have a car? If so, why drive a car when you can ride a bike?

      • -2

        I have both and I use both.

        • -2

          3080ti is like a car except you won't lose as much money in depreciation

          • -1

            @techie8055: I completely agree with you. Considering the global shortage on chips, and how profitable these cards are for mining, I dont see prices dipping anytime soon.
            Imo high end gpus are just another inflation hedge 😅

            • @alexisagun8: buy low sell high
              diamond hands
              apes together strong
              3080 to the moon

    • +1

      I believe most buyers will mine on it till its profitable and get some of the investment back bringing the price down a good bit.

    • +2

      Not really a reason to down vote a deal is it?

    • i mean they even spend money for RGB that gives them 'a bit of performance'

    • +1

      because some of us don't want to play games which support high fidelity settings at 720p, sub 30 fps and at minimal in-game level of detail, texture and model settings.. we want to have high or ultra settings at 4K resolution and 60+ fps. It's like gaming on an OG XBOX using component cables or gaming on a XBOX ONE X with BC with 4K support and auto HDR. Not seeing a blurry, smudgy mess of pixels enhances the game for some.

  • What's with the fan on the backplate?!

    • Push pull to dissipate the extra hotness ;)

  • +3

    $2399 for a graphic gard?!!! This is madness!!!

    • +1




      SPAR- oh hey mum, not much, just surfin ozbargain.

    • ask the poor bloke who's wife spend more than that on a handbag.

  • Is Shopping Express a grey market? are their invoice valid for tax reduction?
    I want to buy a monitor from them for my new WFH setup

  • +3

    ahh the days when a high end gpu was at most like $800.

    this is nuts.

    • -1

      The 3080ti retail price is actually the same as the 2080ti, $1200US (about $1900 AU). These aren’t meant to be mass market cards, they’re for people with more money than brains who want to set benchmarks and have the absolute fastest.

      I blame all the people who bought Titan cards for gaming when they didn’t need it. nVidia realised there was a market.

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  • +2

    About $350 overpriced.

    • let's say $500.

      You have the card for 5 years. That's $100 a year / $2 a week you need to find to cover the extra price you paid [less that a can or coke / coffee a day]

      I've always said, when people look at it this way, its no so bad really.

  • Don't get how people are so shocked over the price, You're getting 3090 performance in gaming at just under $100 of its MSRP, besides these cards aren't targeted at the average joe, the people these are meant for were already spending this much or more for dual 980 Ti setups just a few years ago.

  • +1

    LHR is not worth over 2k. A 3080 non LHR is much more worth it

  • Just out of interest are people generally waiting for the Intel ARC releases next year and see how that shakes the market having that third player out there?

  • Price has changed to $2499.