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EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 Super Clocked Gaming ACX 3.0 8GB GDDR5 £419.99 @Ebuyer

£419.99 @ Ebuyer
First post, so I hope I'm doing this right. This is the lowest price I could find for this card. EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 SC Gaming ACX 3.0 8GB GDDR5 DVI-D HDMI 3x DisplayPort PCI-E Specifications…
Joe909090 Avatar
3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago
First post, so I hope I'm doing this right. This is the lowest price I could find for this card.

EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 SC Gaming ACX 3.0 8GB GDDR5 DVI-D HDMI 3x DisplayPort PCI-E

Specifications
Base Clock: 1594 MHZ
Boost clock: 1784 MHz
Memory Clock: 8008 MHz Effective
CUDA Cores: 1920
Bus Type PCI-E 3.0
Memory Detail: 8192MB GDDR5
Memory Bit Width: 256 Bit
Memory Speed: 0.28ns
Memory Bandwith: 256.3 GB/s

KEY FEATURES
Simultaneous Multi-Projection
VR Ready
NVIDIA Ansel
NVIDIA SLI w? HB Bridge Support
NVIDIA GamesStream
NVIDIA GPU Boost 3.0
Microsoft DirectX 12
Vulkan API
OpenGL 4.5 Support
PCI Express 3.0
Max Digital Resolution - 7680x4320
HDMI 2.0b, DisplayPort 1.4 and Dual-Link DVI
Built for EVGA Precision XOC
EVGA ACX 3.0 Colling
DVI-D, HDMI, 3x DisplayPort

RESOLUTION & REFRESH
Max Monitors Supported: 4
240Hz Max Refresh Rate
Max Digital: 7680x4320

REQUIREMENTS
500 Watt or greater power supply
PCI Express, PCI Express 2.0 or PCI Express 3.0 compliant with one graphics slot.
Windows 10 32/64bit, Windows 8 32/64bit, Windows 7 32/64bit

DIMENSIONS
Height 5.94in - 150.88mm
Length: 10.5in - 266.7mm
Width: Dual Slot
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3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago
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#1
Probably better off waiting to see what black friday deals are.
#2
+£10 for delivery ?
1 Like #3
weadlestar
Probably better off waiting to see what black friday deals are.

I would find it hard spending £70 beyond, for example, the Zotac card for this card. They are all 1070s, IMO the Zotac one was a pretty great model.

I won't vote because as you say it was the cheapest you found for the card...someone may want this. I'd advise waiting or getting a different card or both.
#4
Deafhavanna
+£10 for delivery ?
I could be missing something but the top of the page says "Free delivery on orders over £49.99*" and on the right hand side it says " £419.99 inc. vat Free Delivery".
#5
Deafhavanna
+£10 for delivery ?

No.
#6
BurkusCat
weadlestar
Probably better off waiting to see what black friday deals are.
I would find it hard spending £70 beyond, for example, the Zotac card for this card. They are all 1070s, IMO the Zotac one was a pretty great model.
I won't vote because as you say it was the cheapest you found for the card...someone may want this. I'd advise waiting or getting a different card or both.

This came up on twitter and I did some research, I've been keeping my eyes peeled for something around this price range. I've yet to have any luck with a big ticket item on Black Friday, but it's a valid point you make.
1 Like #7
Overclockers are starting there black friday early so maybe keep an eye out on that?

Link : https://www.overclockers.co.uk/lp/black-friday.html
#8
Gtx 1070 and 1080 haven't dropped in price for a while. They maybe holding out for the sales
#9
weadlestar
Gtx 1070 and 1080 haven't dropped in price for a while. They maybe holding out for the sales

Perhaps Vega oO
1 Like #10
weadlestar
Gtx 1070 and 1080 haven't dropped in price for a while. They maybe holding out for the sales
most of the 1070 and 1080 cards have actually been trending upwards in price and you probably could've bought them cheaper several months ago
#11
JC2MULTIPLAYER000
weadlestar
Gtx 1070 and 1080 haven't dropped in price for a while. They maybe holding out for the sales
most of the 1070 and 1080 cards have actually been trending upwards in price and you probably could've bought them cheaper several months ago
I think this is something many overlook, a good point to bring in to discussion.
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JC2MULTIPLAYER000
weadlestar
Gtx 1070 and 1080 haven't dropped in price for a while. They maybe holding out for the sales
most of the 1070 and 1080 cards have actually been trending upwards in price and you probably could've bought them cheaper several months ago
It's due to the weak pound atm

Edited By: weadlestar on Nov 17, 2016 17:17
banned 1 Like #13
They were selling it for £399.99 a couple of weeks ago, just after the VRM issue emerged. I remember seeing it on the front page.

I like EVGA, have bought from them many times, but unless they redesign and reissue their 1070/1080 lineup, I don't it's worth choosing them over other manufacturers at this point in time.
#14
DOOPDOOP
They were selling it for £399.99 a couple of weeks ago, just after the VRM issue emerged. I remember seeing it on the front page.
I like EVGA, have bought from them many times, but unless they redesign and reissue their 1070/1080 lineup, I don't it's worth choosing them over other manufacturers at this point in time.
Thank you for your feedback, could you please elaborate on the issue?
#15
DOOPDOOP
They were selling it for £399.99 a couple of weeks ago, just after the VRM issue emerged. I remember seeing it on the front page.

I like EVGA, have bought from them many times, but unless they redesign and reissue their 1070/1080 lineup, I don't it's worth choosing them over other manufacturers at this point in time.


​​​Thought that was fixed with a new cards. Old cards with the problem have been recalled and replaced?
#16
yeah I wouldn't be buying anything EVGA after I seen someone's 1070 catch fire
2 Likes #17
Joe909090
Thank you for your feedback, could you please elaborate on the issue?

The ACX 3.0 cooler models of the 1070 and 1080 by EVGA were released without thermal pads between the VRMs and the heatsink, so the VRMs were operating at the top/just over their thermal limit when the cards were tested using Furmark. Furmark's been known for years as no longer suitable to test GPU's as it stresses them waaaaay beyond other benchmarks/games/everyday use.
Also, there are several 1070/1080 cards by other companies that also don't use thermal pads/passive cooling on the VRMs.
EVGA have sent out a thermal pad kit (if you register) and a bios update to those with EVGA 1070/1080 ACX 3.0 cooled GPU's to self install, or you can RMA your card directly to them and get another card with the pads/bios already updated at no cost.

All cards manufactured after September this year are already updated.

As for the cards 'setting fire', they don't - they'll go pop though and stop working (although anecdotal I'll bet they've got the same failure rate as most other GPUs), same way that any GPU will go when a component fails. Not going to stop me buying EVGA stuff - probably the best warranty for any component seller, easiest RMA and (for the most) decent quality gear.
#18
fishyswaz
Joe909090
Thank you for your feedback, could you please elaborate on the issue?
The ACX 3.0 cooler models of the 1070 and 1080 by EVGA were released without thermal pads between the VRMs and the heatsink, so the VRMs were operating at the top/just over their thermal limit when the cards were tested using Furmark. Furmark's been known for years as no longer suitable to test GPU's as it stresses them waaaaay beyond other benchmarks/games/everyday use.
Also, there are several 1070/1080 cards by other companies that also don't use thermal pads/passive cooling on the VRMs.
EVGA have sent out a thermal pad kit (if you register) and a bios update to those with EVGA 1070/1080 ACX 3.0 cooled GPU's to self install, or you can RMA your card directly to them and get another card with the pads/bios already updated at no cost.
All cards manufactured after September this year are already updated.
As for the cards 'setting fire', they don't - they'll go pop though and stop working (although anecdotal I'll bet they've got the same failure rate as most other GPUs), same way that any GPU will go when a component fails. Not going to stop me buying EVGA stuff - probably the best warranty for any component seller, easiest RMA and (for the most) decent quality gear.

Pretty much all of this. EVGA have handled it brilliantly, owning up to their mistake then doing everything that consumers could ask of them and more, offering full RMA even if you mess up with the self install etc. EVGA <3
#19
399.98 at Scan
#20
Better deal here at SCAN http://www.hotukdeals.com/visit?m=1695&q=2555872

Super Clocked for £369.98 and FTW for £399.98

First posting so give HOT if agreed on deal

Thanks all

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