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KostaAndreadis
Melbourne, Victoria
7595 posts
The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 is about to hit the scene and we've been playing with the stylish as anything Founder's Edition for a week now. And you know how NVIDIA said that it would be faster than the RTX 2080 Ti and people began to wonder out loud - "At what? Ray-tracing? 1440p gaming? 4K?" The answer is... all of the above.

With holiday releases Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, Watch Dogs: Legion, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, and of course - Cyberpunk 2077 around the RTX On corner it’s all about to get very tasty in the gaming department.

Setting aside unprecedented demand, general 2020 chaos, a global pandemic, worldwide supply chain disruptions, and other mitigating factors that have hampered the RTX 3080 launch - the latest member of the RTX 30 series is ready to hit the scene. Enter tempered glass case left, the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070.

In many ways it’s even more impressive than the RTX 3080. Like the legends foretold, the RTX 3070 not only outperforms the RTX 2080 Ti, it manages to do so at less than half the cost and in a smaller and more power efficient form factor. And in the case of the Founder’s Edition - feature a truly gorgeous design that has made NVIDIA’s latest line-up one of the most visually appealing tech releases in years.

Our Full NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Founders Edition Review
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Raven
Melbourne, Victoria
9669 posts
Just a shame we won't be able to actually buy one of these in Australia. Third-party cards are likely to be $200-300 more than the un-available FE.
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bLaZe
New South Wales
142 posts
maybe we could work out a time share arrangement with the 1 card sent here to count as a retail release.
12:09pm 28/10/20 Permalink
ravn0s
Brisbane, Queensland
19237 posts
i'm still waiting on a tuf 3080 which apparently asus are no longer making. :/
01:14pm 28/10/20 Permalink
trog
AGN Admin
Other International
40061 posts
so I played the first game I've played in years that actually felt like it was taxing my 8 year old PC (Hell Let Loose). I am on the verge of a new PC anyway and wondering if I should go the whole hog for a 3xxx series or if a 2080 series would still be adequate and better bang for buck, with the assumption I could upgrade to 3xxx later?
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Fr33kSh0w2012
Newcastle, New South Wales
19 posts
I'm still waiting for my MSI 3090 gaming X trio FFS
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