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No 4k at this price.
Old tv for this price. No thanks
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I have this telly and it's excellent, takes a bit of setting up to get the colours right. I got a dvd from currys which guides you through the whole process to get the picture cock on.


I was going to try this when I get it

https://www.avforums.com/threads/samsung-h6400-ue55h6400-reviewers-recommended-best-settings.1876939/
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Hmmm, it's also a smart TV, it might be an idea to put that in the title!


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rev6
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revolver31
A 1060 at £250 is over priced founders or not, the real price of a 1060 at launch was supposed to be £220 and there is still price gouging going on these, 1060's will hit £200, the 480 4gb will come in at £175 and the 8gb £200 reference or non reference makes no difference the chips are stuck in and around 1350mhz max regardless what you buy or who you buy, to pay much more for any of these cards is just stupid so unless you must have a card right now for what ever reason, hold off let these thing settle down don't feed the gougers.
the 1060 is fast and a gr8 chip rocks dx11 with gr8 power efficiency but the 480 wins in vulkan and dx12 it has 8gb over the 6gb and has a 256bit bus over the 192bit of the 1060, the 480 is the more future proof card and as it's cheaper than the 1060 it's an even more appealing card to buy.
You keep on believing that.
You should to or all your doing is over paying and if you pay those prices they will keep doing it, the fact is to most people the rx480 is the btr card it will outsell the 1060 2/1 at least, it will sell even more with nvidia current rip off prices, watch any informed you tube video or well established review site they'll tell you this is a $200 dollar card not pounds, dollars, including tax under todays exchange rates that's £183, that most well informed people will tell it's worth don't pay more, if you haven't seen this or read this anywhere then you haven't done your due diligence, plz stay informed or these company's will continue to scalp us here in the u.k.
I mean, you do realize how biased you are being toward AMD, right?
You say "watch any informed you tube video" as if you are prefacing anyone who disagrees with your opinion as "uninformed".
Do you really consider the 1060 selling at 239.99 on launch a 'rip off'? I mean, if you actually want to buy a 480, you need to pay 219.99. Otherwise you can sign up for the "pre-order lottery".
You keep saying "Price Gouging" but 10% markup is not price gouging.
>Price gouging is a pejorative term referring to when a seller spikes the prices of goods, services or commodities to a level much higher than is considered reasonable or fair, and is considered exploitative, potentially to an unethical extent.
Going from 220 to 240 is not price gouging. So let's stop abusing that term.
Biased to amd lmoa I'm looking at the 1060 it's the best dx11 performer and high efficiency but the price of both is overpriced the 1060 is £30 over and the 480 8gb is £15-20 over, this is the consensus round the web, maybe you should do some research?
It's the same every new gen whether it's intel's new architecture or NVidia or amd, there is always the same crap "oh this is the price", the same arguments on exchange rates etc.etc. you'd think in this day n age more people would catch on, I mean google is right there, there has always gouging until stock meets or surpasses demand and you always get these morons that pay the gougers price then condone it to others on forums, people on here that have been buying and following tech will tell you it's the same every single time, yet we still get these people stating its a good price and it won't drop and exchange rates mean nothing $200 dollars is the same as £200 because of economy lmao all this ridiculous bull.
In two months these cards all of them will be were they are supposed to be and if you covert $200 dollars to pounds then add 20% tax you'll find that's is around the price we'll be paying give or take £5.
I get it takes time to read up and understand but people really should be more informed, and today there is no excuse the internet is right there, it's not like back in the day where you rely on a news papers, the news or the library we have a world wide web and yet people are still clueless.
Really embarrassing, how many times does the same thing need to keep happening before people click on?
The better news is this time around there's more people holding off on these prices more people are catching on, but there's still so many morons that want one now, I must have the newest and best, then tell them self and others its a good price and it won't drop bla, bla, bla, it always does, just wait till asus, msi, gigabyte, pny, evga etc all have in stock piles of 1060's or 480's then there all fighting over who gets the sales the first to act wins usually with the btr price, then bang fire sale.
The £220 is a reference 480, £240/250 is a none reference 1060
Ye but not sure of your point buddy, the Americans strongly believe both cards are $200 dollar cards that they both have pros and cons, 6gb vs 8gb, 192bit vs 256 bit, 120w vs 150+w dx11 vs dx12, future proof etc. my point is and the consensus is the cards are $200 dollars no more, to pay more is effectively a rip-off and condoning the price hike, as it relates to us here though both should also be priced the same give or take £5 regardless of ref or non ref design, so we should be paying £180 - £190 after tax now even if we just round up to £200 flat that's still a bump but worth the tag?
As it turns out this 480 8gb at £220 is still a touch too high, £180 for the 4gb and £20 extra for the 8gb yes ok but not £40.
the 1060 on the other hand is way out priced at the cheapest £240 and that's one model.
Regardless what's the better option 1060 for the here and now or the 480 for a little longer term in mind, there both overpriced with amd closer to the correct price, this is where they will end up once there is an abundance of stock.
But I would never tell people how to spend there money it's there choice to make and if they think it's a gd deal then who am I to disagree, I know I hate being caught out a month after buying something seeing it £20-£30 less esp when I didn't need it straight away.
The 8GB reference 480 is not $200, the 4GB version is. Which works out around £180 converted and VAT. Which is right. If you can actually buy one here.

Ye I think going by all the reviewers they believe there won't be many 4gb models on aib cards which is strange given the 4gb is almost enough there's only a 2% or so difference between the 8gb being plenty and the 4gb just bottlenecking, but if they clock the memory up a touch it will compensate , digital foundry just done a video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JjTUtUF6gxg
so if they only do 8gb and overcharge that would be sad given all we need is a slight bump on memory speeds at 4gb to be enough for no bottleneck, it's right on the verge, that being said if they do the 8gb for £180-£200 then it's fine.
revolver31
rev6
revolver31
Nate1492
revolver31
chapchap
revolver31
A 1060 at £250 is over priced founders or not, the real price of a 1060 at launch was supposed to be £220 and there is still price gouging going on these, 1060's will hit £200, the 480 4gb will come in at £175 and the 8gb £200 reference or non reference makes no difference the chips are stuck in and around 1350mhz max regardless what you buy or who you buy, to pay much more for any of these cards is just stupid so unless you must have a card right now for what ever reason, hold off let these thing settle down don't feed the gougers.
the 1060 is fast and a gr8 chip rocks dx11 with gr8 power efficiency but the 480 wins in vulkan and dx12 it has 8gb over the 6gb and has a 256bit bus over the 192bit of the 1060, the 480 is the more future proof card and as it's cheaper than the 1060 it's an even more appealing card to buy.
You keep on believing that.
You should to or all your doing is over paying and if you pay those prices they will keep doing it, the fact is to most people the rx480 is the btr card it will outsell the 1060 2/1 at least, it will sell even more with nvidia current rip off prices, watch any informed you tube video or well established review site they'll tell you this is a $200 dollar card not pounds, dollars, including tax under todays exchange rates that's £183, that most well informed people will tell it's worth don't pay more, if you haven't seen this or read this anywhere then you haven't done your due diligence, plz stay informed or these company's will continue to scalp us here in the u.k.
I mean, you do realize how biased you are being toward AMD, right?
You say "watch any informed you tube video" as if you are prefacing anyone who disagrees with your opinion as "uninformed".
Do you really consider the 1060 selling at 239.99 on launch a 'rip off'? I mean, if you actually want to buy a 480, you need to pay 219.99. Otherwise you can sign up for the "pre-order lottery".
You keep saying "Price Gouging" but 10% markup is not price gouging.
>Price gouging is a pejorative term referring to when a seller spikes the prices of goods, services or commodities to a level much higher than is considered reasonable or fair, and is considered exploitative, potentially to an unethical extent.
Going from 220 to 240 is not price gouging. So let's stop abusing that term.
Biased to amd lmoa I'm looking at the 1060 it's the best dx11 performer and high efficiency but the price of both is overpriced the 1060 is £30 over and the 480 8gb is £15-20 over, this is the consensus round the web, maybe you should do some research?
It's the same every new gen whether it's intel's new architecture or NVidia or amd, there is always the same crap "oh this is the price", the same arguments on exchange rates etc.etc. you'd think in this day n age more people would catch on, I mean google is right there, there has always gouging until stock meets or surpasses demand and you always get these morons that pay the gougers price then condone it to others on forums, people on here that have been buying and following tech will tell you it's the same every single time, yet we still get these people stating its a good price and it won't drop and exchange rates mean nothing $200 dollars is the same as £200 because of economy lmao all this ridiculous bull.
In two months these cards all of them will be were they are supposed to be and if you covert $200 dollars to pounds then add 20% tax you'll find that's is around the price we'll be paying give or take £5.
I get it takes time to read up and understand but people really should be more informed, and today there is no excuse the internet is right there, it's not like back in the day where you rely on a news papers, the news or the library we have a world wide web and yet people are still clueless.
Really embarrassing, how many times does the same thing need to keep happening before people click on?
The better news is this time around there's more people holding off on these prices more people are catching on, but there's still so many morons that want one now, I must have the newest and best, then tell them self and others its a good price and it won't drop bla, bla, bla, it always does, just wait till asus, msi, gigabyte, pny, evga etc all have in stock piles of 1060's or 480's then there all fighting over who gets the sales the first to act wins usually with the btr price, then bang fire sale.
The £220 is a reference 480, £240/250 is a none reference 1060
Ye but not sure of your point buddy, the Americans strongly believe both cards are $200 dollar cards that they both have pros and cons, 6gb vs 8gb, 192bit vs 256 bit, 120w vs 150+w dx11 vs dx12, future proof etc. my point is and the consensus is the cards are $200 dollars no more, to pay more is effectively a rip-off and condoning the price hike, as it relates to us here though both should also be priced the same give or take £5 regardless of ref or non ref design, so we should be paying £180 - £190 after tax now even if we just round up to £200 flat that's still a bump but worth the tag?
As it turns out this 480 8gb at £220 is still a touch too high, £180 for the 4gb and £20 extra for the 8gb yes ok but not £40.
the 1060 on the other hand is way out priced at the cheapest £240 and that's one model.
Regardless what's the better option 1060 for the here and now or the 480 for a little longer term in mind, there both overpriced with amd closer to the correct price, this is where they will end up once there is an abundance of stock.
But I would never tell people how to spend there money it's there choice to make and if they think it's a gd deal then who am I to disagree, I know I hate being caught out a month after buying something seeing it £20-£30 less esp when I didn't need it straight away.

The 8GB reference 480 is not $200, the 4GB version is. Which works out around £180 converted and VAT. Which is right. If you can actually buy one here.

Edited By: rev6 on Jul 24, 2016 18:19
rev6
revolver31
Nate1492
revolver31
chapchap
revolver31
A 1060 at £250 is over priced founders or not, the real price of a 1060 at launch was supposed to be £220 and there is still price gouging going on these, 1060's will hit £200, the 480 4gb will come in at £175 and the 8gb £200 reference or non reference makes no difference the chips are stuck in and around 1350mhz max regardless what you buy or who you buy, to pay much more for any of these cards is just stupid so unless you must have a card right now for what ever reason, hold off let these thing settle down don't feed the gougers.
the 1060 is fast and a gr8 chip rocks dx11 with gr8 power efficiency but the 480 wins in vulkan and dx12 it has 8gb over the 6gb and has a 256bit bus over the 192bit of the 1060, the 480 is the more future proof card and as it's cheaper than the 1060 it's an even more appealing card to buy.
You keep on believing that.
You should to or all your doing is over paying and if you pay those prices they will keep doing it, the fact is to most people the rx480 is the btr card it will outsell the 1060 2/1 at least, it will sell even more with nvidia current rip off prices, watch any informed you tube video or well established review site they'll tell you this is a $200 dollar card not pounds, dollars, including tax under todays exchange rates that's £183, that most well informed people will tell it's worth don't pay more, if you haven't seen this or read this anywhere then you haven't done your due diligence, plz stay informed or these company's will continue to scalp us here in the u.k.
I mean, you do realize how biased you are being toward AMD, right?
You say "watch any informed you tube video" as if you are prefacing anyone who disagrees with your opinion as "uninformed".
Do you really consider the 1060 selling at 239.99 on launch a 'rip off'? I mean, if you actually want to buy a 480, you need to pay 219.99. Otherwise you can sign up for the "pre-order lottery".
You keep saying "Price Gouging" but 10% markup is not price gouging.
>Price gouging is a pejorative term referring to when a seller spikes the prices of goods, services or commodities to a level much higher than is considered reasonable or fair, and is considered exploitative, potentially to an unethical extent.
Going from 220 to 240 is not price gouging. So let's stop abusing that term.
Biased to amd lmoa I'm looking at the 1060 it's the best dx11 performer and high efficiency but the price of both is overpriced the 1060 is £30 over and the 480 8gb is £15-20 over, this is the consensus round the web, maybe you should do some research?
It's the same every new gen whether it's intel's new architecture or NVidia or amd, there is always the same crap "oh this is the price", the same arguments on exchange rates etc.etc. you'd think in this day n age more people would catch on, I mean google is right there, there has always gouging until stock meets or surpasses demand and you always get these morons that pay the gougers price then condone it to others on forums, people on here that have been buying and following tech will tell you it's the same every single time, yet we still get these people stating its a good price and it won't drop and exchange rates mean nothing $200 dollars is the same as £200 because of economy lmao all this ridiculous bull.
In two months these cards all of them will be were they are supposed to be and if you covert $200 dollars to pounds then add 20% tax you'll find that's is around the price we'll be paying give or take £5.
I get it takes time to read up and understand but people really should be more informed, and today there is no excuse the internet is right there, it's not like back in the day where you rely on a news papers, the news or the library we have a world wide web and yet people are still clueless.
Really embarrassing, how many times does the same thing need to keep happening before people click on?
The better news is this time around there's more people holding off on these prices more people are catching on, but there's still so many morons that want one now, I must have the newest and best, then tell them self and others its a good price and it won't drop bla, bla, bla, it always does, just wait till asus, msi, gigabyte, pny, evga etc all have in stock piles of 1060's or 480's then there all fighting over who gets the sales the first to act wins usually with the btr price, then bang fire sale.
The £220 is a reference 480, £240/250 is a none reference 1060

Ye but not sure of your point buddy, the Americans strongly believe both cards are $200 dollar cards that they both have pros and cons, 6gb vs 8gb, 192bit vs 256 bit, 120w vs 150+w dx11 vs dx12, future proof etc. my point is and the consensus is the cards are $200 dollars no more, to pay more is effectively a rip-off and condoning the price hike, as it relates to us here though both should also be priced the same give or take £5 regardless of ref or non ref design, so we should be paying £180 - £190 after tax now even if we just round up to £200 flat that's still a bump but worth the tag?

As it turns out this 480 8gb at £220 is still a touch too high, £180 for the 4gb and £20 extra for the 8gb yes ok but not £40.
the 1060 on the other hand is way out priced at the cheapest £240 and that's one model.
Regardless what's the better option 1060 for the here and now or the 480 for a little longer term in mind, there both overpriced with amd closer to the correct price, this is where they will end up once there is an abundance of stock.

But I would never tell people how to spend there money it's there choice to make and if they think it's a gd deal then who am I to disagree, I know I hate being caught out a month after buying something seeing it £20-£30 less esp when I didn't need it straight away.
revolver31
Nate1492
revolver31
chapchap
revolver31
A 1060 at £250 is over priced founders or not, the real price of a 1060 at launch was supposed to be £220 and there is still price gouging going on these, 1060's will hit £200, the 480 4gb will come in at £175 and the 8gb £200 reference or non reference makes no difference the chips are stuck in and around 1350mhz max regardless what you buy or who you buy, to pay much more for any of these cards is just stupid so unless you must have a card right now for what ever reason, hold off let these thing settle down don't feed the gougers.
the 1060 is fast and a gr8 chip rocks dx11 with gr8 power efficiency but the 480 wins in vulkan and dx12 it has 8gb over the 6gb and has a 256bit bus over the 192bit of the 1060, the 480 is the more future proof card and as it's cheaper than the 1060 it's an even more appealing card to buy.
You keep on believing that.
You should to or all your doing is over paying and if you pay those prices they will keep doing it, the fact is to most people the rx480 is the btr card it will outsell the 1060 2/1 at least, it will sell even more with nvidia current rip off prices, watch any informed you tube video or well established review site they'll tell you this is a $200 dollar card not pounds, dollars, including tax under todays exchange rates that's £183, that most well informed people will tell it's worth don't pay more, if you haven't seen this or read this anywhere then you haven't done your due diligence, plz stay informed or these company's will continue to scalp us here in the u.k.
I mean, you do realize how biased you are being toward AMD, right?
You say "watch any informed you tube video" as if you are prefacing anyone who disagrees with your opinion as "uninformed".
Do you really consider the 1060 selling at 239.99 on launch a 'rip off'? I mean, if you actually want to buy a 480, you need to pay 219.99. Otherwise you can sign up for the "pre-order lottery".
You keep saying "Price Gouging" but 10% markup is not price gouging.
>Price gouging is a pejorative term referring to when a seller spikes the prices of goods, services or commodities to a level much higher than is considered reasonable or fair, and is considered exploitative, potentially to an unethical extent.
Going from 220 to 240 is not price gouging. So let's stop abusing that term.
Biased to amd lmoa I'm looking at the 1060 it's the best dx11 performer and high efficiency but the price of both is overpriced the 1060 is £30 over and the 480 8gb is £15-20 over, this is the consensus round the web, maybe you should do some research?
It's the same every new gen whether it's intel's new architecture or NVidia or amd, there is always the same crap "oh this is the price", the same arguments on exchange rates etc.etc. you'd think in this day n age more people would catch on, I mean google is right there, there has always gouging until stock meets or surpasses demand and you always get these morons that pay the gougers price then condone it to others on forums, people on here that have been buying and following tech will tell you it's the same every single time, yet we still get these people stating its a good price and it won't drop and exchange rates mean nothing $200 dollars is the same as £200 because of economy lmao all this ridiculous bull.
In two months these cards all of them will be were they are supposed to be and if you covert $200 dollars to pounds then add 20% tax you'll find that's is around the price we'll be paying give or take £5.
I get it takes time to read up and understand but people really should be more informed, and today there is no excuse the internet is right there, it's not like back in the day where you rely on a news papers, the news or the library we have a world wide web and yet people are still clueless.
Really embarrassing, how many times does the same thing need to keep happening before people click on?
The better news is this time around there's more people holding off on these prices more people are catching on, but there's still so many morons that want one now, I must have the newest and best, then tell them self and others its a good price and it won't drop bla, bla, bla, it always does, just wait till asus, msi, gigabyte, pny, evga etc all have in stock piles of 1060's or 480's then there all fighting over who gets the sales the first to act wins usually with the btr price, then bang fire sale.

The £220 is a reference 480, £240/250 is a none reference 1060
Nate1492
revolver31
chapchap
revolver31
A 1060 at £250 is over priced founders or not, the real price of a 1060 at launch was supposed to be £220 and there is still price gouging going on these, 1060's will hit £200, the 480 4gb will come in at £175 and the 8gb £200 reference or non reference makes no difference the chips are stuck in and around 1350mhz max regardless what you buy or who you buy, to pay much more for any of these cards is just stupid so unless you must have a card right now for what ever reason, hold off let these thing settle down don't feed the gougers.
the 1060 is fast and a gr8 chip rocks dx11 with gr8 power efficiency but the 480 wins in vulkan and dx12 it has 8gb over the 6gb and has a 256bit bus over the 192bit of the 1060, the 480 is the more future proof card and as it's cheaper than the 1060 it's an even more appealing card to buy.
You keep on believing that.
You should to or all your doing is over paying and if you pay those prices they will keep doing it, the fact is to most people the rx480 is the btr card it will outsell the 1060 2/1 at least, it will sell even more with nvidia current rip off prices, watch any informed you tube video or well established review site they'll tell you this is a $200 dollar card not pounds, dollars, including tax under todays exchange rates that's £183, that most well informed people will tell it's worth don't pay more, if you haven't seen this or read this anywhere then you haven't done your due diligence, plz stay informed or these company's will continue to scalp us here in the u.k.
I mean, you do realize how biased you are being toward AMD, right?
You say "watch any informed you tube video" as if you are prefacing anyone who disagrees with your opinion as "uninformed".
Do you really consider the 1060 selling at 239.99 on launch a 'rip off'? I mean, if you actually want to buy a 480, you need to pay 219.99. Otherwise you can sign up for the "pre-order lottery".
You keep saying "Price Gouging" but 10% markup is not price gouging.
>Price gouging is a pejorative term referring to when a seller spikes the prices of goods, services or commodities to a level much higher than is considered reasonable or fair, and is considered exploitative, potentially to an unethical extent.
Going from 220 to 240 is not price gouging. So let's stop abusing that term.

Biased to amd lmoa I'm looking at the 1060 it's the best dx11 performer and high efficiency but the price of both is overpriced the 1060 is £30 over and the 480 8gb is £15-20 over, this is the consensus round the web, maybe you should do some research?

It's the same every new gen whether it's intel's new architecture or NVidia or amd, there is always the same crap "oh this is the price", the same arguments on exchange rates etc.etc. you'd think in this day n age more people would catch on, I mean google is right there, there has always gouging until stock meets or surpasses demand and you always get these morons that pay the gougers price then condone it to others on forums, people on here that have been buying and following tech will tell you it's the same every single time, yet we still get these people stating its a good price and it won't drop and exchange rates mean nothing $200 dollars is the same as £200 because of economy lmao all this ridiculous bull.

In two months these cards all of them will be were they are supposed to be and if you covert $200 dollars to pounds then add 20% tax you'll find that's is around the price we'll be paying give or take £5.

I get it takes time to read up and understand but people really should be more informed, and today there is no excuse the internet is right there, it's not like back in the day where you rely on a news papers, the news or the library we have a world wide web and yet people are still clueless.

Really embarrassing, how many times does the same thing need to keep happening before people click on?
The better news is this time around there's more people holding off on these prices more people are catching on, but there's still so many morons that want one now, I must have the newest and best, then tell them self and others its a good price and it won't drop bla, bla, bla, it always does, just wait till asus, msi, gigabyte, pny, evga etc all have in stock piles of 1060's or 480's then there all fighting over who gets the sales the first to act wins usually with the btr price, then bang fire sale.
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1070 is slightly faster in most games than a 980 Ti when both are overclocked.
However the 1070 seems to be not only elusive, but pricey.

edit - there's a 1070 for about £388 so that's not much more than this. I'd definitely go for the 1070 since it's newer architecture.


Edited By: unrealeck on Jul 21, 2016 21:25
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This is what is annoying about Graphics Cards. I have the gtx 980TI SC Evga it cost £550 about a year ago. Its now lost at least £200 and is still a really good card. I want to buy the gtx 1080 FTW card which will be £650 approx but the real gamers card the GTX 1080TI will be out in 6 - 9 months and that looking at the specs will blow the 1080 away. Do I keep going ouch or just wait a while....decisions..oh and the new Titan will be out and that will give the 1080TI a hammering

I think everyone has a price ceiling that they are not prepared to breach, for me its about £400.
I wont be upgrading for a while as I cant see cards that are better than a 980ti falling below that limit for some time.
Just Wondering
Spence1115
Just Wondering
I learnt my lesson years ago with PC parts and price dropping, I sold my 2nd hand 290 vapour which I purchased on fleabay for 175 about 18 months ago boxed 5 months old, sold it around 6 weeks ago admittedly before fees on fleabay for 169.99 + 10 shipping and even that small loss broke my heart......
But what breaks my heart even more, based on benchmarks of the 1060 and in particular the 480 rx, I more than likely would not of sold the card!
A £5 price loss over 17 months broke your heart? Everything drops in price as it gets replaced by newer, more powerful versions. Try selling a phone 17 months later and not losing money. Or a games console. Or a TV. Or anything really!

But there was fees 10 % ebay and 3.4 % paypal , so a fair bit more than a fiver !


​Even still you've done well to get 17 months gaming and only lose £20 - £25... wish I was that lucky
hitman007
Did you try GTA V? What results did you get? Any mircostutter?
miaomiaobaubau
rev6
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rev6
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gr8h8me
This is what is annoying about Graphics Cards. I have the gtx 980TI SC Evga it cost £550 about a year ago. Its now lost at least £200 and is still a really good card. I want to buy the gtx 1080 FTW card which will be £650 approx but the real gamers card the GTX 1080TI will be out in 6 - 9 months and that looking at the specs will blow the 1080 away. Do I keep going ouch or just wait a while....decisions..oh and the new Titan will be out and that will give the 1080TI a hammering
What do you expect though, things drop in price. Electronics are not something to invest in, they're always going to lose value all the time.
miaomiaobaubau
gr8h8me
This is what is annoying about Graphics Cards. I have the gtx 980TI SC Evga it cost £550 about a year ago. Its now lost at least £200 and is still a really good card. I want to buy the gtx 1080 FTW card which will be £650 approx but the real gamers card the GTX 1080TI will be out in 6 - 9 months and that looking at the specs will blow the 1080 away. Do I keep going ouch or just wait a while....decisions..oh and the new Titan will be out and that will give the 1080TI a hammering
using the common sense I would sli and you get something even better than any possible future 1080ti or titan which I do not think will be that far away, in terms of power, from the present 1080 apart for maybe an increase of VRAM.
SLI is not common sense when its not a 2x power boost and also not supported by a lot of games anyway.
I only used sli/cf in the last 6 years, really worth it and for these people complaining about drawbacks and microstutter, I do not even know what microstutter is as I believe I never suffered from that. SLI/CF would obviously need a good cpu and that is why many people do complain, they use a non matching cpu very often I think, hence the problems they get including the lower fps when in sli/cf
Games need to support CFX/SLI and not all do, in that case you have a single GPU, and even if they do, you can have scaling issues, flickering, other strange bugs related to it. That's why it's usually said to get the best single GPU you can afford and not two cheaper ones. What's a "none matching CPU" by the way?
I understand that but most games behaves happily in SLI/CF. One of the games ( the only one) I had to switch off the CF was RAGE which behaved better in sigle gpu
Many games don't support it properly. I guess it depends which you play.
I think that in reality most of the problems are cpu related. Been trying to understand my self why at lower resolutions I was getting more problems in sli/cf than using higher resolutions. As a example, play C3 in sli/cf at 1080p and the cpu would get engulfed badly giving lower frames in some locations and using higher cpu %. Use 4k in the same location and the scaling is always at 98/100% at all time without any frame dropping in the same locations, also using less cpu %. Only by O.C more the lower frames @ 1080p can be increased. Obviously it is also something to do with the game itself.
One think I am sure is that the gpu's when they are under more stress they work better at the higher setting/resolutions and does use less cpu
I am sorry, I do not play that. I prefer to be violent in real vs the bullies, lol
Did you try GTA V? What results did you get? Any mircostutter?
miaomiaobaubau
rev6
miaomiaobaubau
rev6
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gr8h8me
This is what is annoying about Graphics Cards. I have the gtx 980TI SC Evga it cost £550 about a year ago. Its now lost at least £200 and is still a really good card. I want to buy the gtx 1080 FTW card which will be £650 approx but the real gamers card the GTX 1080TI will be out in 6 - 9 months and that looking at the specs will blow the 1080 away. Do I keep going ouch or just wait a while....decisions..oh and the new Titan will be out and that will give the 1080TI a hammering
What do you expect though, things drop in price. Electronics are not something to invest in, they're always going to lose value all the time.
miaomiaobaubau
gr8h8me
This is what is annoying about Graphics Cards. I have the gtx 980TI SC Evga it cost £550 about a year ago. Its now lost at least £200 and is still a really good card. I want to buy the gtx 1080 FTW card which will be £650 approx but the real gamers card the GTX 1080TI will be out in 6 - 9 months and that looking at the specs will blow the 1080 away. Do I keep going ouch or just wait a while....decisions..oh and the new Titan will be out and that will give the 1080TI a hammering
using the common sense I would sli and you get something even better than any possible future 1080ti or titan which I do not think will be that far away, in terms of power, from the present 1080 apart for maybe an increase of VRAM.
SLI is not common sense when its not a 2x power boost and also not supported by a lot of games anyway.
I only used sli/cf in the last 6 years, really worth it and for these people complaining about drawbacks and microstutter, I do not even know what microstutter is as I believe I never suffered from that. SLI/CF would obviously need a good cpu and that is why many people do complain, they use a non matching cpu very often I think, hence the problems they get including the lower fps when in sli/cf
Games need to support CFX/SLI and not all do, in that case you have a single GPU, and even if they do, you can have scaling issues, flickering, other strange bugs related to it. That's why it's usually said to get the best single GPU you can afford and not two cheaper ones. What's a "none matching CPU" by the way?
I understand that but most games behaves happily in SLI/CF. One of the games ( the only one) I had to switch off the CF was RAGE which behaved better in sigle gpu
Many games don't support it properly. I guess it depends which you play.
I think that in reality most of the problems are cpu related. Been trying to understand my self why at lower resolutions I was getting more problems in sli/cf than using higher resolutions. As a example, play C3 in sli/cf at 1080p and the cpu would get engulfed badly giving lower frames in some locations and using higher cpu %. Use 4k in the same location and the scaling is always at 98/100% at all time without any frame dropping in the same locations, also using less cpu %. Only by O.C more the lower frames @ 1080p can be increased. Obviously it is also something to do with the game itself.
One think I am sure is that the gpu's when they are under more stress they work better at the higher setting/resolutions and does use less cpu
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Belkin Folio Tri-Fold Colour Tablet Cover for £2.37 + £3.58 delivery @ Ebuyer £5.95

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Thanks for posting. Cheapest delivery option for that is £3.58 which i've added to your title.
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MSI GL62 6QC Gaming Laptop - Intel Skylake Core i5, 8GB DDR4, GTX940MX Win 10 - £549.99 Ebuyer

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what sort of fps would this get in wow, csgo ect

http://www.notebookcheck.net/NVIDIA-GeForce-940MX.156033.0.html

This machine has the lower specification DDR3 card, so take the figures on that page with a pinch of salt as it's aggregated from the faster DDR5 version and the DDR3 version. If I was you I'd take about 10% off the FPS figures quoted and you'll likely achieve that figure.
what sort of fps would this get in wow, csgo ect
Not a bad price for the spec. Take the word "gaming" out of the title and you've got a pretty reasonable laptop for £550 for just about anything else.
Hassann
Pay a bit more and invested in the ASUS ROG G751JT posted earlier.

Invest and gaming laptop, sounds like a recommendation from a market banker just prior to the market crash.

As to the option you referred to, I can't find this deal and as far as I'm aware that model is over £1000, not exactly pocket change difference in price.

Edited By: Astec123 on Jul 21, 2016 18:09
Hassann
Pay a bit more and invested in the ASUS ROG G751JT posted earlier.

And by a bit more you mean more than 60% more than this.
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Element Gaming Carbon Mechanical - RGB - Kaihl brown Swtiches £59.99 Delivered @ Ebuyer

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Quite a nice looking mechanical keyboard by Element gaming. It has Kaihl brown switches, that apparently feel a little quicker than the Cherry variant. (Higher actuation point) As you'd expect from
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Does anyone know if the keyboard has an UK layout with a Full Enter button (not the half size shown in the pictures)?
alimuhammad
why would you buy kaihl switches when cherry is around the same price..


​Where can I get cherry at this price
why would you buy kaihl switches when cherry is around the same price..
Halfmad
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HOT HOT HOT - Brown switches are absolutely ideal for gamers and those who also have to do work/homework on the same PC.
Great spot!
Also it comes with 4 spare brown switches you can replace yourself should any go faulty, huge selling point IMHO!
There is no such thing as X colour = ideal for Y purpose.
The 'best' switch is the one that suits you. Some prefer red, blue or brown for gaming. The colour doesn't matter - how it feels to the individual person does.
The colours represent differentiation for common purposes to help people choose, they are not prescriptive but thanks for stating the patently obvious.

There is no 'common purpose' when it comes to colours. It's established to be nonsense on almost every respectable hardware site going.

'Colour X is suitable for Y purpose' is a classic mistake people make when new to mechanical keyboards. Almost every key is suitable for almost every purpose. How comfortable it may be to you is an entirely different matter.

And you're welcome.
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Halfmad
HOT HOT HOT - Brown switches are absolutely ideal for gamers and those who also have to do work/homework on the same PC.
Great spot!
Also it comes with 4 spare brown switches you can replace yourself should any go faulty, huge selling point IMHO!
There is no such thing as X colour = ideal for Y purpose.
The 'best' switch is the one that suits you. Some prefer red, blue or brown for gaming. The colour doesn't matter - how it feels to the individual person does.
The colours represent differentiation for common purposes to help people choose, they are not prescriptive but thanks for stating the patently obvious.
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looks like this might have expired
Mid-Tower? I know that's what Corsair are calling it but this is clearly a Mini-Tower sized case. Also there's only 4 drive mounts (other than the 5.25"). I'd be unlikely to be using that much, but most MicroATX cases usually have around three 3.5" bays and three 2.5" bays. This only has two of each. Though perhaps this results in a less cramped and easier-to-build-in interior. Other than that, it looks like a decent case.


Edited By: _Valen_ on Jul 22, 2016 00:26: .
God dammit I bought this last week at amazon for 39.

It's a good case. It's super super light, as in what the hell they posted an empty box light. Nicely made, quality is similar to the higher echelon Corsair cases but everything is a bit thinner. Nifty hard disk caddy (2) and clever mounts for SSDs [or laptop disks] (2). Plenty of room for "normal" size graphics cards, I put in a dual fan 750Ti.

Weirdly there's loads of space up front, enough for a 2x120 radiator which seems a bit mad in a small budget price case. 2 mounts up top too (not enough space for a rad) and 1 mount at the rear.

So, yeh, great deal.
Zemp
I want to move down to Micro ATX, but don‘t need to. Good deal, heat added.

I went down to micro with the Fractal node 804 case from the fractal R3 ATX and never looked back, for someone who moves my PC around a lot to LAN parties its perfect
Nice price
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Intel Compute Stick £69.99.ebuyer

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What's a good keyboard and mouse to pair with this?
Good idea, good price, but I'll wait for the 4gb/64gb version, at least.
As this is the 1st version I would avoid, but thanks for posting.
Tired using it for Xbox one streaming. Didn't work :(
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HP 250 G4 Laptop i5 5200u 500GB HDD 4GB RAM at Ebuyer for £289.98

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Seems a good deal for an i5 laptop sub £300. You can get i3 version with double RAM and double HDD for same price but I'd prefer the newer i5 and put my own SSD in it. Delivery free and trusted seller…
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the G3 (same spec as this), was this price from ebuyer a year ago.
MBeeching
jayd95
these i5 laptops are plummeting in price

Dual core trickery though, shouldn't even carry the i5 branding.



​ The brick in this is comparable performance to my i7 4650u in my £1300 macbook from '13. These are the best i5 mobile cpu's they've ever made so I'm not sure what you think you're on about.
MBeeching
jayd95
these i5 laptops are plummeting in price
Dual core trickery though, shouldn't even carry the i5 branding.

i5 does not, and has never meant 4 cores.
jayd95
these i5 laptops are plummeting in price

Dual core trickery though, shouldn't even carry the i5 branding.
Lol
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PRE ORDER MSI GeForce GTX 1070 Sea Hawk EK X, £499.98, from Ebuyer

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I'd just grab the kfa2 blower and a GPU block for <£450. Same performance but massively higher resale value cause you have an air cooler.
hitman007
The nearest priced good cooling GTX1080 is £619.99, still another £120. That's quite a bit more.
The MSI GTX1080 Aero card looks very flimsy for £579.99
It looks very flimsy from the photo you have seen wow there is some accurate information right there I'm my experience msi coolers are spot on and the founders edition Is 599 and there is nothing wrong with the stock cooler there very well designed on these cards. And if water cooling is a must because your a serious gamer then buy a serious gaming card and get the 1080. If you splash out 500 quid on a 1070 all you will do is wish you bought the 1080 and then sell your 1070 and lose money
miaomiaobaubau
any good reason to spend extra £120 for watercooling??
Yes, If you already own water cooled PC rig
I put the thread as the same card elsewhere costs £520. Like myself, there are people with water cooled PC rigs who has an older GPU and looking for replacement on budget. Yes, cheaper option is to get cheaper gtx 1070 and add a water block.
The nearest priced good cooling GTX1080 is £619.99, still another £120. That's quite a bit more.

The MSI GTX1080 Aero card looks very flimsy for £579.99
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Acer K272HULB 27" WQHD LED Monitor - £219.99 - Ebuyer

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The one I linked to in the original post does have 2x 2w built speakers.
Reading the description it doesn't look as though it has a USB ports.

The monitor you linked to from Argos is a lower resolution 1080 panel, but looks ok if you're not after a 1440 screen, although this also doesn't have in built USB from what I've read on the argos website, it also does not have in built speakers. Response time is slightly slower at 4ms but that is still completely acceptable for 99% of gaming.

It is however about £70 cheaper than the Acer monitor I've linked to, so if the resolution is not what you would be using then you may as well get a high quality 1080 screen.
does it have inbuilt speaker for listening music etc
does it have usb port to watch movies just in case without connecting laptop using HDMI port

how about this brand one..am planning to buy but not sure which is best between acer model and the below one..suggestions are welcome..

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4181059.htm#bv_qa
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Good panel but properly lacking on connectivity. That said at 240 quid it's ok!
Only 1 hdmi and not smart but ok
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Palit GeForce GTX 1060 Super JetStream 6GB GDDR5 £269.99 @ Ebuyer

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Not the cheapest 1060 I know but considering this is one of the fastest out of the box 1060's and is £20 cheaper than overclockers it is not too bad. Wasn't going to post to be honest as it will prob
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Ye its still too high priced the u.k. version should be £225 tops.
I posted a link to a better deal here about 10 minutes ago but the moderators have seen fit to sit on it until they confirm whether or not they like the look of my avatar.
It's at CCL, same card for just over £242 delivered.

My mistake, it's the standard 1060 card not the jetstream jobby the Op has posted; moderators you can keep my previous post then ;)

I'd rather have the EVGA Superclocked version in fairness if I was after a 1060. It's available for about £30 odd less than this Palit offering.
DAZZ2000
revolver31
Ye its still too high priced the u.k. version should be £225 tops.

I posted a link to a better deal here about 10 minutes ago but the moderators have seen fit to sit on it until they confirm whether or not they like the look of my avatar.

It's at CCL, same card for just over £242 delivered.


It is
£279.99 at ccl.
revolver31
Ye its still too high priced the u.k. version should be £225 tops.

I posted a link to a better deal here about 10 minutes ago but the moderators have seen fit to sit on it until they confirm whether or not they like the look of my avatar.

It's at CCL, same card for just over £242 delivered.
Ye its still too high priced the u.k. version should be £225 tops.
Dust a minute, I mite be getting an allergic reaction to your post oO
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Seiki SE39UA01UK 39" 4K UHD LED TV £189.99 @ Ebuyer

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Funnily enough, I saw this earlier on eBuyer. Once if read some reviews, I moved on very quickly. It's a reasonable deal if you're just looking at it as a cheap 4k , largish TV. Evidently bit do good as a gaming monitor. I think it deserves some warmth, maybe not quite heat though?
So, anyone actually got one of these and actually use it for it's function ie as a TV? And is it any good as a TV?
4K @ 30Hz? Definitely no thanks ever.
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no hdmi 2.0= no [email protected] 4-4-4 chroma= total waste of money
It depends on what you are using it for.
Much of what we watch is within the range of the HDMI port.
4-4-4 for video really isn't an issue.
So if somebody wanted something that will do a job today for most TV watching requirements that they can get rid of in 18 months or so, then it will be fine.
Far from useless for most people and cheap.
What it's actual viewing quality is could well be a different thing but hopefully there will be enough realistic reviews to say, not the reviews that seem to have expected the same specs as a model 5 times it's price.
all people is asking how good they are for pc use and apart from that I cannot see any other use. This one would really be pathetic for pc use @30hz
But not necessarily for TV, which is what this is primarily for.
then a 1080p tv would be a far better choice
Quite possibly.
All depends on just how good it is and useful it would be for a given users prospective 4K requirements.
well, then there is plenty out there and get all inc.hdmi2.0, bigger screen etc...smart tv. This money is really wasted on this set
HDMI 2.0 on a 1080p set?
Never seen one myself as it would not be required.
the main subject is not the 1080p tv, lol

Lol

But you did mention it, and didn't want anybody to mistakenly think that such a feature would even be beneficial on a 1080p set.
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Palit GeForce GTX 1060 Dual 6GB @ Ebuyer £239.99

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Berhwale
I was dead set on getting a decent RX 480 AIB as it would meet my needs at the cheapest price point; then I remembered that I have two Nvidia Shield TVs to stream to and it seems silly to miss out on the option to game in another couple of rooms. Does anyone else stream to STVs? Does it work OK? I have wired connections to all rooms, so bandwidth won't be an issue.

Yes, I have a shield TV and use the game streaming a LOT. Mind you it isn't taxed all that heavily as it is mostly just Stardew Valley that gets streamed, a IMO brilliant, but not even slightly graphically intensive, game.

I used to get occasional issues where the Shield TV couldn't 'see' the PC and vice versa, which I managed to solve by just logging out and back in on the Shield but touch wood it's been rock solid for the last month so updates might have cleared this up. As mentioned the game I use it for isn't intensive but it generally seems very smooth and lets me use the full 1080P my TV supports no problem.

You don't strictly have to have a Nvidia card to stream games though as there is an alternative app for amd cards though I haven’t tried it myself. You can find out about it in the shield tv owners thread: http://www.hotukdeals.com/misc/nvidia-shield-tv-owners-club-2337013? That said as Nvidia and AMD are pretty well matched in terms of VFM this generation, I would personally always favour Nvidia for the native shield tv game streaming without any extra apps or set up.
I was dead set on getting a decent RX 480 AIB as it would meet my needs at the cheapest price point; then I remembered that I have two Nvidia Shield TVs to stream to and it seems silly to miss out on the option to game in another couple of rooms. Does anyone else stream to STVs? Does it work OK? I have wired connections to all rooms, so bandwidth won't be an issue.

Edited By: Berhwale on Jul 23, 2016 19:13
Back in stock at ebuyers but it's now 245, but with quidco, this would bring it down to 240ish
tahir_owen
Overclockers have a short review of the Sapphire RX 480 Nitro+ OC
seems to preform 10%-15% in games out of the box at a clock at 1342mhz. Mem kept to the same speed of 8Gbpshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTFDJODCSCc
The nitro 4GB is priced at £200, is the one to go for though which is cloked slightly lower. But should have the same overclocking potential.

Got a link where we can buy a Nitro 480, 4GB, for 200? Yet to see one that isn't "pre-order until the end of the century". Does anyone actually believe Sapphire are doing something more than a paper UK launch for their 4GB card? Is it really 50 quid cheaper for 4 gig of GDDR5?

OC UK has the 8gig card for 250, and the 4gig card for 200.

Also, a 1266->1342 clock is no where near 10-15% increase. And looking at your review, it shows that it's not 10-15%, but much more like 7-8%. Which matches the clock change. Sure enough, 1342/1266=1.06. And that's only when you compare the reference card to the sapphire card.

If you compare the stock Sapphire to the OC sapphire, it's even smaller.
Overclockers have a short review of the Sapphire RX 480 Nitro+ OC
seems to preform 10%-15% in games out of the box at a clock at 1342mhz. Mem kept to the same speed of 8Gbps

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTFDJODCSCc

The nitro 4GB is priced at £200, is the one to go for though which is cloked slightly lower. But should have the same overclocking potential.
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Given the 1060 RRP is supposed to be $250 this is pretty Crap, I know the exchange rate is pretty poop at the moment but it's still not $1 = £1 so even adding Tax this should be under £240.
Ice COLD.
$250 is reference RRP or AiB?
Reference is the Founders Edition at $299 and the custom boards start at $249.
They are all an AiB which just means add-in-board.
Reference, and AiB, that's usually how it's put. Separates them.
It's a fairly commonly used misnomer so custom board is clearer.
A lot like Hoover and 4K. Oh well.
Fairly common is not nearly the same as ubiquitous. :)
AiB used in this way is not that typical from my experience.
Reference v Custom boards is how I recall it but maybe I am out of the loop!

Edited By: Agharta on Jul 21, 2016 02:06
Danze1984
Just get the MSI for 240 @ Scan. They will all overclock to about the same.


​http://m.ebuyer.com/753209 this is the equivalent budget card. The deal i found was for the top of the range not budget but if you want budget this is under £250 it's £240 looks like I found another great deal haha :-)
Agharta
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dragon2611
Given the 1060 RRP is supposed to be $250 this is pretty Crap, I know the exchange rate is pretty poop at the moment but it's still not $1 = £1 so even adding Tax this should be under £240.
Ice COLD.
$250 is reference RRP or AiB?
Reference is the Founders Edition at $299 and the custom boards start at $249.
They are all an AiB which just means add-in-board.
Reference, and AiB, that's usually how it's put. Separates them.
It's a fairly commonly used misnomer so custom board is clearer.

A lot like Hoover and 4K. Oh well.
rev6
Agharta
rev6
dragon2611
Given the 1060 RRP is supposed to be $250 this is pretty Crap, I know the exchange rate is pretty poop at the moment but it's still not $1 = £1 so even adding Tax this should be under £240.
Ice COLD.
$250 is reference RRP or AiB?
Reference is the Founders Edition at $299 and the custom boards start at $249.
They are all an AiB which just means add-in-board.
Reference, and AiB, that's usually how it's put. Separates them.
It's a fairly commonly used misnomer so custom board is clearer.
crasherkid
being the G1 gaming model, this is one of the fastest GTX1060's out of the box at this price (£269)
Techpowerup reviewed and over-clocked the MSI Gaming X version and after an O/C it was 1% below a stock GTX 980 Ti but consuming about 80W less.
It is also silent at idle and the noise at load is less than an RX 480 at idle.
Not sure how it compares to the G1 Gaming?

https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_1060_Gaming_X/
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Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1060 £239.99 @ Ebuyer

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Does anyone know of another site selling the same card for the same price?

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/gainward-geforce-gtx-1060-dual-6144mb-gddr5-pci-express-graphics-card-gx-20b-gw.html

£10 more expensive - best you are going to get for a while
Does anyone know of another site selling the same card for the same price?
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Ordered a Gainward one for £239 via Scan but that's now OOS 10 minutes later (and price has gone up to £257) - glad I got in quickly!
If the 4GB Radeon 480 had been available at it's proper price (£180) then I'd probably have stumped for that instead, but only the 8GB version is about and that's the same price as the GTX1060.
My old card died as I swapped it from one pc to another a few days ago so waiting wasn't an option really - if you can though, I'd wait a few weeks until stock and prices for both cards settles down and make your pick then.
£180 is the reference price. Which is right.
I know, but good luck finding any at that price. The cheapest I can see is currently £209.
eBuyer have it at that price, pre-order.

Exactly - and who knows if their eta of 31st July is in any way accurate as all of their pre-order cards seem to have that date.

If I could have waited that long I probably would have gone for it, but I need a card now really.

btw - overclockers.co.uk have the 1060 in stock for £249 in case anyone is still interested.

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