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Palit GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Gaming Pro 12GB Graphics Card $1722 + $5.90 Delivery + Import Taxes/Duties @ Gorilla Gaming

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I thought there would be GST and import charges considering this is part of Might Ape which is a NZ company strangely enough there isn't

I've logged in Paypal and entered some shipping details to see if this is legit

Appears to be no shipping costs if you select express checkout with Paypal

There is a $5.90 shipping if you proceed with normal checkout even says $1,727.90 including in taxes

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Important: Orders for this product ship from our New Zealand warehouse and orders for Australia or other countries may be liable for additional taxes, customs fees and duties. These fees are not included in the advertised price and are estimated in the checkout.

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  • +2

    The end is near my friends

  • +31

    These numbers are from the latest Hardware Unboxed 6 game (medium quality preset) average benchmarks for 2022 (https://youtu.be/gMUcZ7978rc?t=570). It doesn't take into consideration Ray Tracing, DLSS, etc I am aware 3k res isn't a thing, but I averaged the 1440p and 4k resolution performance stats. I personally run a 1440p ultrawide, so 3k is about right for me.

    Avg FPS (1440p) % of 3090 Ti —— Avg FPS (4k) % of 3090 Ti —— Avg FPS (3k) —Recent Bargain— $ per frame (3k) Date/URL
    Nvidia RTX 3090 Ti 168 100% 112 100% 140 LOL
    Radeon RX 6900 XT 165 98% 100 89% 133 $1,349 $10.18 27/4/22
    Nvidia RTX 3090 159 95% 103 92% 131 $2,499 $19.08 4/5/22
    Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti 157 93% 93 91% 130 $1,799 $13.89 6/4/22
    This Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti 157 93% 93 91% 130 $1,722 $13.30 This one
    Radeon RX 6800 XT 157 93% 94 84% 126 $1,317 $10.49 2/4/22
    Nvidia RTX 3080 12GB 149 89% 95 85% 122 $1,250 $10.25 26/3/22
    Nvidia RTX 3080 10GB 139 83% 90 80% 115 $1,259 $11.00 20/4/22
    Radeon RX 6800 134 80% 79 71% 107 $1,317 $12.37 2/4/22
    Nvidia RTX 3070 Ti 124 74% 77 69% 101 $899 $8.95 27/4/22
    Nvidia RTX 3070 116 69% 70 63% 93 $836 $8.99 2/4/22
    Radeon RX 6700 XT 112 67% 65 58% 89 $749 $8.99 2/5/22
    Nvidia RTX 3060 Ti 106 63% 64 57% 85 $759 $8.93 24/4/22
    Radeon RX 6600 XT 85 51% 46 41% 66 $519 $7.92 23/4/22
    Nvidia RTX 3060 82 49% 48 43% 65 $559 $8.60 2/5/22
    Radeon RX 6600 74 44% 41 37% 58 $449 $7.81 22/4/22
    Nvidia RTX 3050 58 35% 33 29% 46 $416 $9.14 6/4/22
    Radeon RX 6500 XT 40 24% 22 20% 31 $266 $8.58 22/4/22
    • +3

      Thanks for your work on this table! I appreciate the new Date column.

      • +1

        Yeah new numbers based on the latest video from the HUB guys (they are great), but only based on 6 games this time instead of 12 in the previous.

      • -17

        many only cares about the hash rate, not FPS.

        • +1

          speak for yourself dude

        • True, this card doesn't take the lhr unlock well though so not desired for mining anyway

        • Thank you for your valuable comments as usual on ozbargain…

    • Now we are expecting this along all GPU deals. haha

      Thanks

    • Amazing work there thanks. Question about your ultrawide running in 1440p, I have the Alienware 38" Ultrawide, it seems the only resolution that it can run in 21:9 aspect ratio is 3840x1600, I've tried running custom resolutions at about a 2k level but the aspect ration is out of whack.

      • Not sure what the question is, but Xiaomi 34" 3440 x 1440 is the std 1440p ultrawide res as far as I am aware

    • Thanks for the graph as always! Although I wanted to point out the link/price for the 3070ti might be off, seems to link to prices for the evga 3070 with the 3070 ti being listed at the time for $1099.

      Please feel free to let me know if I have misread something :D

      • Right you are, thanks for the pick up

  • That’s cheap for Ozbargain people

    People of the master race would gladly pay >$2,000 plus for a 3080 Ti

    • I paid $2.5k end of last year :(

      Still got a lot of use out of it since then, so worth it I guess?

      • I guess ? What games are really driving this thing hard and what res/frames your monitor

        • I wouldn't even bother asking this question anymore. 4k 120hz are now mainstream considering LG C1 OLEDs are so popular.

          3080ti can't even hit 4k 120hz on even older games. Nor 240hz 1440p on modern games.

        • the game is called t-rex, basically you click the start button and it gives you free money daily.

          unless you hate money like most neggers here, you can give the free money to me instead. please.

          There, I said the magic word.

  • How do you deal with warranty then…

  • +2

    I thought there would be GST and import charges considering this is part of Might Ape which is a NZ company strangely enough there isn't

    You have to lodge an import declaration.

    Costs around $40 if you lodge it yourself. $80 or even higher if a customs broker handles it for you.

    Expect the card to cost close to $2,000 by the time customs clears it and releases it to you.

  • +2

    This is NZ seller, the price in title is misleading, it should include the GST 10% and the import duties $50 plus plus…

  • "Important: Orders for this product ship from our New Zealand warehouse and orders for Australia or other countries may be liable for additional taxes, customs fees and duties. These fees are not included in the advertised price and are estimated in the checkout. Customers purchasing within New Zealand are not affected."

    First line of product description…

  • hodl?

  • The duties won't be charged upfront, what happens is they will ship the GPU, and it will get held up by custom, which they will charge you duties before they release the package.

    I have not dealt with Gorilla Gaming before but have purchased from Mighty Apes, which I believe is the same business (both have Australia ABN as well). The worst is I can't even lodge the import declaration myself, the custom said they use to have their own broker which you'll have to use, which is pretty strange.

    I would prefer spending a little extra and get the Colorful iGame RTX 3080 TI Advanced OC for $1789, which provides better cooling and OC.

  • This would only be a "deal" if it was local stock pricing, and even then there are much better cards going for $1,800, so it's not a great offering anyway. But after customs fees, tariffs, taxes and import duties the "real" price is going to be well above $2k.

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