PNY RTX 3080 Ti XLR8 Gaming Uprising Epic-X RGB 12GB Graphics Card

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All brand new with full 3 year warranty. Limited quantity / while stocks last. No back orders. In stock ready to ship or pick up.

Delivery variable based on location, but starts at around $14.95/$22.95 for standard or express. Click and collect also available at Keysborough 3173.

No surcharge on Visa / Mastercard or Direct Deposit. 2% for Amex/Klarna/PayPal.

Preempting the inevitable comments below;

Official announcement 21/09/22 here in Australia. I think it’s about 1am AEST? Actual sales date typically being a week or so after that.
Scenario A – New cards are priced competitively and even this heavily discounted 3080 Ti is a bad deal.
Scenario B – New cards are VERY expensive and a $1199 3080 Ti is still a great deal price/perf-wise.
We have zero knowledge of actual 4000 pricing, only the same rumors floating around the internet that everyone else has seen.

Maybe, but to what degree? There will always be people who prefer brand new with a solid warranty over a no-warranty card with questionable age and origin. Especially for a non-trivial dollar value.

Anywho; place your bets. Only time will tell!


Just to throw our hat in the prediction ring with all the comments below; we’ll leave it here for prosperity posterity and see revisit post announcement to see how far off everyone was.

Warning : Pure Speculation Ahead
(AUD inc GST pricing)

  • RTX4090 24G $2800 to $3000 – Start of October
  • RTX4080 16G $1799 – Late October / Early Nov
  • RTX4080 12G $1499 – Late October / Early Nov
  • RTX3060 / 3060 Ti / 3070 Ti refresh (faster DRAM) – Before Christmas
  • RTX4070 $1299 – Q1 2023 depending on 3000 series sell through

First wave of cards Nvidia force everyone to sell non-OC models only and at MSRP, but constrain quantities so they sell out on purpose in the first week or two. Then AIB OC models hit 3-4 weeks later and 10-20% over MSRP and MSRP models are hard to come by.

Also worth remembering, 4000 series might need an expensive PCI-E Gen5 PSU upgrade to support the transient voltage spikes, at least the high end ones will. Making the GPU upgrade of effectively cost $300-400 higher again.

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