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ASUS GEFORCE GTX 1060 DUAL OC 6144MB GDDR5 PCI-EXPRESS GRAPHICS CARD £225.00

£225.00 @ Amazon France
Amazon France, after conversion, £225. Delivered. No additional tax... still in the EU remember! Looking wider afield overclockers still at £290. Next nearest I can see is laptops direct £260 (w…
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2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago
Amazon France, after conversion, £225. Delivered. No additional tax... still in the EU remember!

Looking wider afield overclockers still at £290.

Next nearest I can see is laptops direct £260 (with poss £19 off via which makes it £241).

If anyone can find better let me know, building a new PC for Xmas!
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2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
Great deal, I went for it. Paid in euros on a Clarity credit card so worked out at about £219 quid with express delivery. Make sure to go for express delivery as its only ~1 euro extra!
#2
Is there much difference in performance between this and a GTX 970??
#3
eynonz
Is there much difference in performance between this and a GTX 970??

Have a look at this:
http://gpuboss.com/gpus/GeForce-GTX-970-vs-ASUS-GeForce-GTX-1060
#4
No, there isnt. 1060 has slightly faster performance, around 5% but it looses out on not being able to Sli.
1 Like #5
jaybry1138
No, there isnt. 1060 has slightly faster performance, around 5% but it looses out on not being able to Sli.

Who SLI's this tier of cards? Honestly, SLI and Crossfire is a bad technology.

Wait for mGPU before worrying about multi GPU setups.

https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Gigabyte/GTX_1060_Xtreme_Gaming/26.html

This card is 15-20% faster and OCs better.

If you have a 970, there isn't much reason to upgrade, but if you are buying new, the 1060 clobbers the 970.
#6
Think price gone back up 325 euro for me...
#7
Nate1492
jaybry1138
No, there isnt. 1060 has slightly faster performance, around 5% but it looses out on not being able to Sli.
Who SLI's this tier of cards? Honestly, SLI and Crossfire is a bad technology.
Wait for mGPU before worrying about multi GPU setups.https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Gigabyte/GTX_1060_Xtreme_Gaming/26.html
This card is 15-20% faster and OCs better.
If you have a 970, there isn't much reason to upgrade, but if you are buying new, the 1060 clobbers the 970.

This "tier" is now the new XX 70 series price point, so plenty would have done. I SLI'd my 970's for example.
#8
jaybry1138
Nate1492
jaybry1138
No, there isnt. 1060 has slightly faster performance, around 5% but it looses out on not being able to Sli.
Who SLI's this tier of cards? Honestly, SLI and Crossfire is a bad technology.
Wait for mGPU before worrying about multi GPU setups.https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Gigabyte/GTX_1060_Xtreme_Gaming/26.html
This card is 15-20% faster and OCs better.
If you have a 970, there isn't much reason to upgrade, but if you are buying new, the 1060 clobbers the 970.
This "tier" is now the new XX 70 series price point, so plenty would have done. I SLI'd my 970's for example.

That's only because the 980s were bad.

The 1070 is an amazing card that competes with 2x 1060 (theoretical) SLI performance.

Even 970 in SLI has issues that I would never recommend to someone.

The people who chose to SLI the 970 are the targets of the 1070 this generation, or the 1080. If you are willing to fork over 500 quid for a graphics solution, the 1080 is perfect for you.
1 Like #9
Dieseldave
Think price gone back up 325 euro for me...
If you're still after one try the laptopsdirect deal with the Which £20 off bringing this down to £229.97 http://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/msi-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1060-armour-6gb-oc-v1-pci-e-graphics-card-gtx-1060-armor-6g-ocv1/version.asp

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