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PNY GeForce RTX 4070 VERTO Dual Fan 12GB Video Card $799 + Delivery ($0 SYD C&C/ mVIP) + Surcharge @ Mwave


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  • $800 for a non super/TI card is underwhelming

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      Imagine saying this a few months ago. It's great that GPU prices are finally creeping down.

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    I own this very GPU model since June last year.

    the original BIOS has absolutely no power limit headroom, and the cooling is on the high 70c under furmark.

    which is somewhat inline with Hardware unboxed's testing after factor room temperature difference. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6d3X_Jaek_g

    although the backplate is metal, but there is a plastic film for non-conductive purpose, it works more like a thermal insulator.

    I bought it and got a custom waterblock straight after (Bykski modelled their block using my card, and I got a block for free from that), and flashed ASUS Dual OC BIOS for the extra power target.

    you should only get this if it's more than 10% cheaper than the rest of the model.

    • how did you get in touch with bykski for the modelling?

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        I physically brought the card to China and have contacted customer representative of their manufacturer via taobao.

        • Did you have to do any convincing? Or just ask them if they had a compatible block for you, they said no, and immediately offered to model it?

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            @xrailgun: their business model is literally this.

            They get to 3d model GPUs without needing to purchase any GPU at all, the lender get a free block. They get to sell block for this model in the future, win win.

            • @OMGJL: Interesting, I thought they would not want to do less-popular models due to manufacturing MOQ etc…

              Roughly how long did it take for them to do the modelling and send you back the card+block?

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                @xrailgun: I had a holiday in China for about 4 weeks, I send it over the 1st week, and received it in the last week, so I'd say about just less than a month.

                if you think about it, for them:

                CNC machine is purchased already, all they need is model the card, get a piece of copper and PVC to put it under CNC, slap both together with a large O-Ring and some screw.

                without factor in labour, it's probably like 50 CNY-100CNY? they sell the block for about 550-600 CNY normally.

                as long as they get to sell more than 1, profit on them.

                • @OMGJL: Thanks. Gotta try this next time, gotta choose a super niche non-reference board so I don't get scooped lol.

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                    @xrailgun: well, alphacool does this too if I was not mistaken.

                    and you speak Chinese too? you'll need to have someone to ship & receive it in mainland China at around GPU launch time.

                    • @OMGJL: yep, I've got family and friends there, visit pretty much yearly.

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