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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series!

DannyWanny

PCS Marketing
Staff member
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series
The Ultimate Play


They are here and more powerful than ever! Check it out: https://www.pcspecialist.co.uk/desktop-pcs/nvidia-rtx-30/

PCs equipped with GeForce RTX™ 30 Series GPUs deliver the ultimate performance for gamers and creators. They’re powered by Ampere—NVIDIA’s 2nd gen RTX architecture—with new RT Cores, Tensor Cores, and streaming multiprocessors for the most realistic ray-traced graphics and cutting-edge AI features.

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9of9

Member
I'm looking to get a new PC with an RTX 3090 - I'm trying to understand what's the best way to do it.

There's no way to pre-order a build with a 30 series GPU? The website says I have to order on the release date.

Would it be best to order a build without GPU and then purchase the GPU separately once it is released? Or to place the order on the GPU release date? Or is there some way to pre-order after all? 🤔
 

quok

Member
I have the same question. If I can't order a PC with a new GPU until the release date, and there's a few weeks lead time on building the PC, does that mean it's not possible to get one delivered on / close to release date?

Could we build a PC with no graphics card and ask for it to be built and ready, then add the GPU to the order once it's available?
 

huw_182

New member
I too have the same query. I would like to build a PC via yourselves, is it possible to spec up a PC and put the order in with a new RTX GPU but wait until the release date to receive the PC. So basically pre-order a PC in anticipation for the new RTX release. I'd feel far happier knowing that I've got an order in.
 

quok

Member
Alternatively I'd be willing to purchase a PC in advance with no GPU that you certified as guaranteed 3080 ready (in terms of power supply / pci slots / space / cooling capacity etc), then source the GPU when they're available.
 

huw_182

New member
Alternatively I'd be willing to purchase a PC in advance with no GPU that you certified as guaranteed 3080 ready (in terms of power supply / pci slots / space / cooling capacity etc), then source the GPU when they're available.

This would be another solution, even purchase the 3080 as part of the order and have it posted out when it's released.

Myself i'd like to support PC Specialist and place my entire order through them
 
If one wants to upgrade their GFX card how does this function work on the site? They just send you the new card and you install it? How does that effect warranty? Cheers.
 

SpyderTracks

Recluse
Moderator
If one wants to upgrade their GFX card how does this function work on the site? They just send you the new card and you install it? How does that effect warranty? Cheers.
Yes, you get the option to either send your build on for them to fit, or they’ll ship you the card to fit yourself.

Warranty isn’t affected by you making upgrades, you’re allowed to play with the internals so long as you don’t damage anything in the process. The card warranty would be applied in full separately.
 

elarbee

Member
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series
The Ultimate Play


They are here and more powerful than ever! Check it out: https://www.pcspecialist.co.uk/desktop-pcs/nvidia-rtx-30/

PCs equipped with GeForce RTX™ 30 Series GPUs deliver the ultimate performance for gamers and creators. They’re powered by Ampere—NVIDIA’s 2nd gen RTX architecture—with new RT Cores, Tensor Cores, and streaming multiprocessors for the most realistic ray-traced graphics and cutting-edge AI features.

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Hi!

Any updates when the RTX 3060Ti will start to ship from PC Specialist?? (I know, it hasn't been released yet!) I'm considering purchasing the 3060Ti, but also not sure how long I want to wait. Personally, I'm not sure about the 'buy now, order video card later' option, as my main use is video editing in Davinci Resolve, which outsources most of its processing / rendering to the GPU...

Thanks very much!
 

SpyderTracks

Recluse
Moderator
Hi!

Any updates when the RTX 3060Ti will start to ship from PC Specialist?? (I know, it hasn't been released yet!) I'm considering purchasing the 3060Ti, but also not sure how long I want to wait. Personally, I'm not sure about the 'buy now, order video card later' option, as my main use is video editing in Davinci Resolve, which outsources most of its processing / rendering to the GPU...

Thanks very much!
You've kind of answered your own question, it hasn't even been announced yet!
 

Crizzy G

Gold Level Poster
Hi!

Any updates when the RTX 3060Ti will start to ship from PC Specialist?? (I know, it hasn't been released yet!) I'm considering purchasing the 3060Ti, but also not sure how long I want to wait. Personally, I'm not sure about the 'buy now, order video card later' option, as my main use is video editing in Davinci Resolve, which outsources most of its processing / rendering to the GPU...

Thanks very much!
 

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Mitrich

Member
When pre-ordering the build with 3980/3090 it is not specified if it's a FE or any particular AIB card. Does it mean that it is Nvidia Founders Edition? And if not, which one exactly it is? That would make a difference as all the cards are different.
 

Nursemorph

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When pre-ordering the build with 3980/3090 it is not specified if it's a FE or any particular AIB card. Does it mean that it is Nvidia Founders Edition? And if not, which one exactly it is? That would make a difference as all the cards are different.

No, it doesn't mean it's an FE...just depends what they have to hand at the time, hence why they don't specifiy a brand. Under normal circumstances it would be either Pallit or Zotac usually ....however, given the scarcity of cards like the 3080, it will be whatever they can get their hands on.

If you want a specific brand of card, either order the Strix version from the site or source your own elsewhere
 
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