You can order Nvidia's GeForce RTX 3070  graphics card from today 14:00
You can order Nvidia's GeForce RTX 3070  graphics card from today 14:00
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You can order Nvidia's GeForce RTX 3070 graphics card from today 14:00

Yannick Cejka
Zurich, on 29.10.2020
Finally the sale of the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 starts. Today, October 29th at 2 pm sharp, you can order the new Ampere graphics card from us. More informations can be found below.

As with the launch of the Nvida RTX 3080 and the flagship RTX 3090, there will only be a small number of cards at the beginning. It is rumoured that some cards are still on the way - unfortunately we do not know about it yet. The graphics cards that do not show a price in the shop are the models where we have not yet received any informations from the manufacturer or supplier. We are doing our best to keep you up to date.

  1. Delivery times and delivery date: The information on delivery dates from manufacturers is currently very unreliable. It’s impossible to answer all your e-mails and questions personally. I ask for your understanding. As soon as we receive new information regarding delivery dates, you’ll be informed automatically via your order.

  2. Availability: There is not yet sufficient availability. For the start we can only serve you with a handful of tickets. Currently we have no further information about future delivery dates. We will do our best to deliver all cards as soon as possible.

RTX 3070 Lineup

Available from 14:00:

GeForce Dual RTX 3070 8G (8GB)
649.–
ASUS GeForce Dual RTX 3070 8G (8GB)

Is in our backlogs, we will receive the cards on the 5th of november:

GeForce RTX 3070 SG 1-Click OC (8GB)
661.–
KFA2 GeForce RTX 3070 SG 1-Click OC (8GB)

We have not yet received any allocations or delivery dates for these cards:

GeForce ROG STRIX RTX 3070 GAMING-8G (8GB)
799.–
ASUS GeForce ROG STRIX RTX 3070 GAMING-8G (8GB)

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Yannick Cejka
Yannick Cejka
Junior Category Marketing Manager, Zurich
I've always loved building computers. In the past, as big as possible and covered in LEDs – today, small and quiet. SFF for the win.

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