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#275661 2-Sep-2020 19:30
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Purchased March 2020, can supply copy of invoice, original box.

 

$750 + $15 courier or pickup Chch.


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D.W

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  #2556720 4-Sep-2020 08:59
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Price updated, $700 + $15 courier or pickup Chch.


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  #2556866 4-Sep-2020 10:58
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Good Luck .. I was tempted, but like me, I am guessing a lot of people will be hoding back to see how the new RTX3070 performs.

 

Based on nVidia's marketing it should be a lot faster (50% or more) than 2070S for less than NZ$800 NEW


 
 
 
 


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  #2557182 4-Sep-2020 17:35
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GoranZ:

 

Good Luck .. I was tempted, but like me, I am guessing a lot of people will be hoding back to see how the new RTX3070 performs.

 

Based on nVidia's marketing it should be a lot faster (50% or more) than 2070S for less than NZ$800 NEW

 

 

Unfortunately I highly doubt that is the case. I expect that Prices in AUS/NZ to be much more than a simple currency conversion. Similar to how the 2000 series was.

 

I would guess 3070 to be 1.2-1.4k. I have been told to expect the 3080 @ just over $2k NZD

 

Your point still stands though, its a bloodbath on trademe of second hand GPUs. The 3000 series plus AMD's likely competitive alternative will drive prices really low for older gear.

 

 


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  #2557190 4-Sep-2020 18:07
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Cogenate:

 

I would guess 3070 to be 1.2-1.4k. I have been told to expect the 3080 @ just over $2k NZD

 

 

 

 

If that's the price in NZ, people can just buy on amazon for US$500 + 15% GST + US$30 shipping.


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  #2557198 4-Sep-2020 18:30
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Hibino:

 

Cogenate:

 

I would guess 3070 to be 1.2-1.4k. I have been told to expect the 3080 @ just over $2k NZD

 

 

 

 

If that's the price in NZ, people can just buy on amazon for US$500 + 15% GST + US$30 shipping.

 

 

Yeah, although a lot of the sellers will probably not ship to NZ and I would guess there will be lots of demand/shortages


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  #2557233 4-Sep-2020 19:41
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Cogenate:

 

GoranZ:

 

Good Luck .. I was tempted, but like me, I am guessing a lot of people will be hoding back to see how the new RTX3070 performs.

 

Based on nVidia's marketing it should be a lot faster (50% or more) than 2070S for less than NZ$800 NEW

 

 

Unfortunately I highly doubt that is the case. I expect that Prices in AUS/NZ to be much more than a simple currency conversion. Similar to how the 2000 series was.

 

I would guess 3070 to be 1.2-1.4k. I have been told to expect the 3080 @ just over $2k NZD

 

Your point still stands though, its a bloodbath on trademe of second hand GPUs. The 3000 series plus AMD's likely competitive alternative will drive prices really low for older gear.

 

 

 

 

im thinking 1.0-1.2k for 3070.





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  #2557236 4-Sep-2020 19:46
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I'm sure there is a better place for this discussion..


 
 
 
 


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  #2557298 4-Sep-2020 21:21
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D.W:

I'm sure there is a better place for this discussion..



Yes. Here:
https://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=50&topicid=275642

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