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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:23pm 05/10/20 | 4 Comments
With NVIDIA noting in a new blog post that production on the GeForce RTX 3070 is ramping up quickly and that the delay is to ensure that "more cards available on launch day". The new launch date will not only ensure more Founders Editions are available but also cards from partners like MSI, Zotac, and Gigabyte.

No doubt there's a lot of hype surrounding the GeForce RTX 3070, with its $499 USD/~$809 AUD price-point NVIDIA is touting RTX 2080 Ti-like performance. As per the chart below, we can see this across intensive titles like Borderlands 3, Control, and DOOM Eternal - captured at 1440p.

With the RTX 2080 Ti sold at over twice the price as the RTX 3070 the value is impressive to say the least. Also, after the RTX 3080 launch which saw global shortages across all available models, the delay will no doubt benefit those looking to pick one up. Add a dose of +1 Luck when adding one of these to your cart. That said, if 2020 tech launches have taught us anything - we wouldn't be surprised if these sell out right away too.

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Posted 05:15pm 05/10/20
Hopefully this also means they have increased production of the 3080s, it really sucks not even being able to get in line for one!
Posted 08:44am 07/10/20
I ordered a MSI 3090 RTX on launch day and I am STILL waiting for it PAID IN FULL and everything!
Posted 03:42pm 08/10/20
This is the one I was waiting for - though I really do hope it's far shy of $1k. ... but then in the last week I've realized "but what do I plan to actually use it for??". Nothing I want to run is likely to need it, or raytracing, so... maybe I'm better just buying the HP G2 for now, and if my 1070 can't handle BeatSaber, THEN get the 3070.
Posted 03:17pm 12/10/20
Well the 3080 was suppose to cost $1139-1200 for the base models but the prices for most cards are 1400+ presently

The 3070 I feel will be a 900+ dollar card in AUS but I guess that's not too bad considering you gen RTX Gen 2 features
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