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ASUS ROG-STRIX-GTX1080TI O11G GAMING GF GTX 1080 Ti £666.66 @ Amazon

£666.66 @ Amazon
So as you are aware the EVGA 1080TI http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/evga-geforce-gtx-1080-ti-ftw3-gaming-666-66-amazon-2734590 is also 666.6 so something spooky is afoot oO "Stock back-ordered. Due … Read More
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So as you are aware the EVGA 1080TI http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/evga-geforce-gtx-1080-ti-ftw3-gaming-666-66-amazon-2734590 is also 666.6 so something spooky is afoot oO

"Stock back-ordered. Due in stock July 17"
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I have been waiting for this to drop slightly to go into my new rig.

O11G means it's the OC model too, should easily hit over 2000Mhz.

Bought and heated! Ty OP.
1 Like #3
Well looks like I'm getting my first build...
#4
Can see more and more price drops coming as AMD Vega will release end of this month , finally some competition to drive down prices

Personally I'm going to hold out until then as I can see these, 1080's and 1070's dropping down even more and I'm looking to upgrade my gtx 780 going from 1080p to 1440
2 Likes #5
clonereeco
Can see more and more price drops coming as AMD Vega will release end of this month , finally some competition to drive down pricesPersonally I'm going to hold out until then as I can see these, 1080's and 1070's dropping down even more and I'm looking to upgrade my gtx 780 going from 1080p to 1440


This card does very well at that resolution, that's the reason I've bought for use with a 1440p, 165hz Acer Pred IPS. Enjoy when you take the plunge!
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Just had an email from Amazon:

ASUS ROG-STRIX-GTX1080TI-O11G-GAMING GF GTX 1080 Ti 11 GB GDDR5X PCIe 3.0 x16 DVI Graphics Card - Black"
Previous estimated arrival date: July 18 2017 - July 19 2017
New estimated arrival date: July 10 2017 - July 13 2017
1 Like #7
Latterman
Just had an email from Amazon: ASUS ROG-STRIX-GTX1080TI-O11G-GAMING GF GTX 1080 Ti 11 GB GDDR5X PCIe 3.0 x16 DVI Graphics Card - Black" Previous estimated arrival date: July 18 2017 - July 19 2017 New estimated arrival date: July 10 2017 - July 13 2017
Nice mine is July 13-14
Although I had some other things grouped with it.
Enjoy!
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I'm tempted to give this one a punt, bought the Aorus 1080Ti Extreme edition but ended up returning it due to high noise and temps above 90C. Had my refund and this one is slightly cheaper.
1 Like #9
Latterman
This card does very well at that resolution, that's the reason I've bought for use with a 1440p, 165hz Acer Pred IPS. Enjoy when you take the plunge!
That's something similar to what I want , how is the Acer , any issues with IPS glow/ Backlight bleed?

Was initially going to get a 1070 but I think it's a little underpowered for 100hz + 1440p , 1080 seems to be around 100 FPS in most new games @ 1440 so can imagine 1080ti destroys it and lets you take full advantage of that 165hz

My Dell 23" 1080p is getting on 7 year old now and definitely due an upgrade

Just need to find myself a nice 27" 1440p 140hz+ monitor but gonna wait for AMD Vega incase I end up going down freesync route
1 Like #10
clonereeco
That's something similar to what I want , how is the Acer , any issues with IPS glow/ Backlight bleed?Was initially going to get a 1070 but I think it's a little underpowered for 100hz + 1440p , 1080 seems to be around 100 FPS in most new games @ 1440 so can imagine 1080ti destroys it and lets you take full advantage of that 165hz My Dell 23" 1080p is getting on 7 year old now and definitely due an upgrade Just need to find myself a nice 27" 1440p 140hz+ monitor but gonna wait for AMD Vega incase I end up going down freesync route


I was very worried about the issues with the panels of the Asus Swift and the Acer Pred IPS screens as I have read the reviews on amazon and some are very poor quality with discoloration/backlight bleed etc.

I went with the Acer as it seems to have better overall reviews, buying from Amazon I could have sent it back if I got a poor quality panel etc. My screen came and it is almost perfect, no discolouration, no backlight/IPS glow visible. It shows up my other Dell 1440p IPS in all respects! So it gets my full recommendation, but make sure you buy from Amazon so you can easily return if needed.

In terms of the GPU, I have a 980Ti which is (5% or so) less powerful than the 1070. This gets me 80-100FPS in Prey at 1440p full settings, 120ish FPS in PUBG, 80 or so in cities. The G sync is a godsend and although pricey, gets the job done when frames are going up and down frequently. If you want to have over 100FPS on newer games I would recommend getting the 1080Ti; but the 1070 will still do a good job of keeping above 60-80.

Also a side note: Although this monitor is 165Hz on OC, some games don't seem to recognise above 144hz, so even though it is enabled you will only acheive 144hz. You can google this issue but the difference between 144 and 165 is minimal regardless.

Hope this helps.
#11
gpdl00355
I'm tempted to give this one a punt, bought the Aorus 1080Ti Extreme edition but ended up returning it due to high noise and temps above 90C. Had my refund and this one is slightly cheaper.

Sounds like that Aorus was faulty.

I believe this is the coolest air cooled card. Mine sits idle at 30°c with 20% fan (still silent).
It's got a nice RGB implementation too.
1 Like #12
Latterman
I was very worried about the issues with the panels of the Asus Swift and the Acer Pred IPS screens as I have read the reviews on amazon and some are very poor quality with discoloration/backlight bleed etc.I went with the Acer as it seems to have better overall reviews, buying from Amazon I could have sent it back if I got a poor quality panel etc. My screen came and it is almost perfect, no discolouration, no backlight/IPS glow visible. It shows up my other Dell 1440p IPS in all respects! So it gets my full recommendation, but make sure you buy from Amazon so you can easily return if needed.In terms of the GPU, I have a 980Ti which is (5% or so) less powerful than the 1070. This gets me 80-100FPS in Prey at 1440p full settings, 120ish FPS in PUBG, 80 or so in cities. The G sync is a godsend and although pricey, gets the job done when frames are going up and down frequently. If you want to have over 100FPS on newer games I would recommend getting the 1080Ti; but the 1070 will still do a good job of keeping above 60-80.Also a side note: Although this monitor is 165Hz on OC, some games don't seem to recognise above 144hz, so even though it is enabled you will only acheive 144hz. You can google this issue but the difference between 144 and 165 is minimal regardless.Hope this helps.
Appreciate the response , guess it's just a lottery with the IPS panels , not willing to fork out for the Asus IPS one but was actually looking at the Dell S27 which is TN but for around the same price I can get the Predator with IPS so decisions decisions, still gonna hold out for VEGA and see what they offer
1 Like #13
clonereeco
Appreciate the response , guess it's just a lottery with the IPS panels , not willing to fork out for the Asus IPS one but was actually looking at the Dell S27 which is TN but for around the same price I can get the Predator with IPS so decisions decisions, still gonna hold out for VEGA and see what they offer


Early benches show it's 8GB for the Vega 64 card, sits between 1080GTX and Ti in synthetic benches, but with it being HBM2 and due to the die size, it won't be cheap.

I'd be surprised if you see stock much prior to late August or perhaps September for £500.
#14
K1LLER_HORNET
gpdl00355
I'm tempted to give this one a punt, bought the Aorus 1080Ti Extreme edition but ended up returning it due to high noise and temps above 90C. Had my refund and this one is slightly cheaper.
Sounds like that Aorus was faulty.
I believe this is the coolest air cooled card. Mine sits idle at 30°c with 20% fan (still silent).
It's got a nice RGB implementation too.

RGB Meh!!

Reg is just another idea to ramp the prices up
#15
K1LLER_HORNET
gpdl00355
I'm tempted to give this one a punt, bought the Aorus 1080Ti Extreme edition but ended up returning it due to high noise and temps above 90C. Had my refund and this one is slightly cheaper.

Sounds like that Aorus was faulty.

I believe this is the coolest air cooled card. Mine sits idle at 30°c with 20% fan (still silent).
It's got a nice RGB implementation too.


I have the aorus 1080ti and it's an excellent card not had any issues yet. Would of got the strix if it was this price though just for the better oc but the aorus has more connections with a dedicated hdmi for vr and plants for dual monitor at the same time.
1 Like #16
The_Hoff
Early benches show it's 8GB for the Vega 64 card, sits between 1080GTX and Ti in synthetic benches, but with it being HBM2 and due to the die size, it won't be cheap.I'd be surprised if you see stock much prior to late August or perhaps September for £500.
If anything I just hope it drives down the price of the 1080 and ti even further , about time AMD put up a bit of competition
#17
I cancelled the FTW3 and ordered this.
#18
Hi will this card fit and play okay on an asus g20?
1 Like #19
Badatch
Nice mine is July 13-14Although I had some other things grouped with it.Enjoy!


My card came today, earlier than expected!
#20
Latterman
My card came today, earlier than expected!
Nice, not dispatched on my end yet. My monitor that I ordered from Amazon did arrive today though and did ask to group my items...
Still got my other components to come yet so I can wait a little longer.
Enjoy the gaming and the amazing monitor to go with it!
#21
Mine just dispatched happy days. people saying on the evga thread saying I should return it and get the evga deal for less but I'm happy to pay the extra for this as I think the extra features like fan controls and the fact the Asus is cooler and quiter is worth the extra money in my opinion
#22
Confuzz
Mine just dispatched happy days. people saying on the evga thread saying I should return it and get the evga deal for less but I'm happy to pay the extra for this as I think the extra features like fan controls and the fact the Asus is cooler and quiter is worth the extra money in my opinion


I've gone for this due to having an Asus motherboard and much prefer the aesthetic. That being said people do seem very pleased with the EVGA customer service which is always a plus. All personal preference in the end as these 1080ti are all very similar in terms of performance.
#24

That is 11G version (not overclooked)
1 Like #25
Latterman
Confuzz
Mine just dispatched happy days. people saying on the evga thread saying I should return it and get the evga deal for less but I'm happy to pay the extra for this as I think the extra features like fan controls and the fact the Asus is cooler and quiter is worth the extra money in my opinion
I've gone for this due to having an Asus motherboard and much prefer the aesthetic. That being said people do seem very pleased with the EVGA customer service which is always a plus. All personal preference in the end as these 1080ti are all very similar in terms of performance.
Yeah definitely looks nicer I never had to use customers service for a gpu hopefully that continues. Im not sure if there is actually much of a difference between the non oc and this as you could just use afterburner to overclock the non oc version. Maybe the oc version clocks higher I'm not really sure

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