NVIDIA's Online Store Now Selling Direct To Australians

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Australian PC builders and desktop gaming enthusiasts will be able to buy NVIDIA’s graphics cards directly from the company, rather than only through its OEM partners, with the number one graphics chipmaker setting up an online store for customers and launching it today.

NVIDIA has launched the store first with its top-end GTX 1080Ti and Titan Xp cards -- which usually enjoy a hefty price premium when purchased outside Australia and imported via customs -- but has not said whether its own store would sell mass-market cards in the future.

Pricing is in line with third party card suppliers, if not slightly higher: the GeForce GTX 1080Ti directly from NVIDIA will set you back $1129 in Australia.

From NVIDIA:

NVIDIA fans can now enjoy a selection of GeForce products to purchase with the benefit of a free express shipping offer within Australia.

The store has launched with an initial availability of GeForce GTX 1080Ti and a limited quantity of NVIDIA TITAN Xp graphics cards.

This is the first time the NVIDIA TITAN Xp has been made available for consumers to purchase in Australia and will provide an additional shopping choice for those customers searching to purchase NVIDIA’s Founders Edition GPUs.


Comments

    Nvidia better be careful - this constant undercutting of its own AIB partners may eventually lead to very lacklustre support from those AIB's if AMD has a decent product.

      Not with those kinds of prices or fan designs.

    What is an AIB?

      Authorised Board Partner - companies like ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI, EVGA, etc who all make Nvidia cards.

    Yay, now we can buy slower cards for higher prices! Woo! :D

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