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Gainward Geforce GTX 1080 Phoenix Graphics Card £467.70 @ Amazon.fr

£467.70 @ Amazon France
One of the best prices you are going to find on the GTX 1080 presently, not a bad looking card either in my opinion. :) Dispatched & Sold by Amazon too. Paid for in € with a fee free card, incl… Read More
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One of the best prices you are going to find on the GTX 1080 presently, not a bad looking card either in my opinion. :)

Dispatched & Sold by Amazon too.

Paid for in € with a fee free card, including shipping it comes in at €546, which translates to £466-468 depending on the card used.
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#1
I am not sure how you get the 466~468 calculation, or if you have tried it yourself, for me Amazon shows GBP 486.85, which is still a fine price.
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qinyanggl
I am not sure how you get the 466~468 calculation, or if you have tried it yourself, for me Amazon shows GBP 486.85, which is still a fine price.
Amazon will charge a higher rate than most credit cards. Change the currency to euros and you should get a much better rate.
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qinyanggl
I am not sure how you get the 466~468 calculation, or if you have tried it yourself, for me Amazon shows GBP 486.85, which is still a fine price.

Never let Amazon do the currency conversion for you. They get their exchange rates from a parallel universe.
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qinyanggl
I am not sure how you get the 466~468 calculation, or if you have tried it yourself, for me Amazon shows GBP 486.85, which is still a fine price.

As above, select the button for paying in € not £, this allows the card provider to convert rather than Amazon acting as you ForEx agent. :)
#5
Just realised that the nvidia offer for the free game still counts even from Amazon.fr, so you get a choice of For Honour or Ghost Recon: Wildlands

:)
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With the absolute sheer volume of 1080 deals, it may be best to let the dust settle and the price to drop.

There is going to be a very strong second hand market as the first adopters are going to upgrade to the 1080 ti, you may be able to find an exception bargain if you hold your horses.
#7
All gone at this price now. :)
#8
Nate1492
With the absolute sheer volume of 1080 deals, it may be best to let the dust settle and the price to drop.
There is going to be a very strong second hand market as the first adopters are going to upgrade to the 1080 ti, you may be able to find an exception bargain if you hold your horses.
Sensible advice.
#9
Nate1492
With the absolute sheer volume of 1080 deals, it may be best to let the dust settle and the price to drop.
There is going to be a very strong second hand market as the first adopters are going to upgrade to the 1080 ti, you may be able to find an exception bargain if you hold your horses.
The price is only going to drop so much. There will be a floor that will likely not be penetrated by anybody except the rare desperate Gumtree seller or whatever.

£470 for a new GTX1080 is probably gonna be about the new 'great deal' area for a decent 3rd party 1080. I'd honestly not expect this to change much going forward.
#10
Seanspeed
Nate1492
With the absolute sheer volume of 1080 deals, it may be best to let the dust settle and the price to drop.
There is going to be a very strong second hand market as the first adopters are going to upgrade to the 1080 ti, you may be able to find an exception bargain if you hold your horses.
The price is only going to drop so much. There will be a floor that will likely not be penetrated by anybody except the rare desperate Gumtree seller or whatever.
£470 for a new GTX1080 is probably gonna be about the new 'great deal' area for a decent 3rd party 1080. I'd honestly not expect this to change much going forward.

I don't get how you think this is true... We are already seeing sub 470... And that's before the 1080 ti has popped.

The 'new great deal' surely is going to be much lower.
#11
Nate1492
Seanspeed
Nate1492
With the absolute sheer volume of 1080 deals, it may be best to let the dust settle and the price to drop.
There is going to be a very strong second hand market as the first adopters are going to upgrade to the 1080 ti, you may be able to find an exception bargain if you hold your horses.
The price is only going to drop so much. There will be a floor that will likely not be penetrated by anybody except the rare desperate Gumtree seller or whatever.
£470 for a new GTX1080 is probably gonna be about the new 'great deal' area for a decent 3rd party 1080. I'd honestly not expect this to change much going forward.
I don't get how you think this is true... We are already seeing sub 470... And that's before the 1080 ti has popped.
The 'new great deal' surely is going to be much lower.

It won't be much lower, once all the 'bulk' stock has gone you might get a single AIB card on offer for £449, or maybe two if you are lucky but the stock will soon disappear, also as the GTX 1080 is discontinued from next week then I doubt there will be many more being manufactured.

Once the GTX 1070Ti hits the shelves, which will more that likely be in a couple of months, it will just be a renamed 1080, possibly with a few tweaks, hitting the £380-500 range. So yes if you can wait a couple of months, then do so as you'll also have Vega to compare it too also (June maybe).
#12
can't get shipping to uk
#13
can't get shipping to uk
#14
anyone know what cards are due later in the year i was going to get the new xbox but thinking about it i might just buy a top end gpu
#15
Uncommon.Sense
Nate1492
Seanspeed
Nate1492
With the absolute sheer volume of 1080 deals, it may be best to let the dust settle and the price to drop.
There is going to be a very strong second hand market as the first adopters are going to upgrade to the 1080 ti, you may be able to find an exception bargain if you hold your horses.
The price is only going to drop so much. There will be a floor that will likely not be penetrated by anybody except the rare desperate Gumtree seller or whatever.
£470 for a new GTX1080 is probably gonna be about the new 'great deal' area for a decent 3rd party 1080. I'd honestly not expect this to change much going forward.
I don't get how you think this is true... We are already seeing sub 470... And that's before the 1080 ti has popped.
The 'new great deal' surely is going to be much lower.
It won't be much lower, once all the 'bulk' stock has gone you might get a single AIB card on offer for £449, or maybe two if you are lucky but the stock will soon disappear, also as the GTX 1080 is discontinued from next week then I doubt there will be many more being manufactured.
Once the GTX 1070Ti hits the shelves, which will more that likely be in a couple of months, it will just be a renamed 1080, possibly with a few tweaks, hitting the £380-500 range. So yes if you can wait a couple of months, then do so as you'll also have Vega to compare it too also (June maybe).

Got any source for the 1070ti? Because I haven't seen any such suggestion.

I don't see where you are getting your sources, just looks like a bunch of guessing.

This isn't a stock cutting thing. The US price for an NVIDIA 1080 was reduced in price to $499. This price is trickling it's way over to the UK.

Take a look at how the 980 and 980ti interacted last generation, the lesson is there to remember. The 980, like the 1080, will continue to be reduced in price. Suggesting that this card will remain around 470 for the near future is *crazy*.
#16
RedRain
anyone know what cards are due later in the year i was going to get the new xbox but thinking about it i might just buy a top end gpu

Oh heck yes, get a top end GPU instead of the scorpio.

NVIDIA 1080 ti is about 30-40% faster than the 1080, it should be an amazing card, it will run expensive, 650-750 quid.

There is a lot of rumor/hype/hope/speculation around AMD's VEGA, however, there is a lot of questions about it too.
#17
Nate1492
RedRain
anyone know what cards are due later in the year i was going to get the new xbox but thinking about it i might just buy a top end gpu

Oh heck yes, get a top end GPU instead of the scorpio.

NVIDIA 1080 ti is about 30-40% faster than the 1080, it should be an amazing card, it will run expensive, 650-750 quid.

There is a lot of rumor/hype/hope/speculation around AMD's VEGA, however, there is a lot of questions about it too.


yep i can see the new xbox costing around £400 i have a rx 480 at the moment and i am thinking by the end if the year vega shohld be deffo out and maybe a new one from nvidia even on the rx 480 the games look alot better detail effects ect and can see the same with the new console
#18
Nate1492
Seanspeed
Nate1492
With the absolute sheer volume of 1080 deals, it may be best to let the dust settle and the price to drop.
There is going to be a very strong second hand market as the first adopters are going to upgrade to the 1080 ti, you may be able to find an exception bargain if you hold your horses.
The price is only going to drop so much. There will be a floor that will likely not be penetrated by anybody except the rare desperate Gumtree seller or whatever.
£470 for a new GTX1080 is probably gonna be about the new 'great deal' area for a decent 3rd party 1080. I'd honestly not expect this to change much going forward.
I don't get how you think this is true... We are already seeing sub 470... And that's before the 1080 ti has popped.
The 'new great deal' surely is going to be much lower.
Not how things work. Prices just dont slowly go down over time automatically, they go down according to market forces. The 'floor' of this price will be around this level because that's where the 1080 is now going to sit in the effective lineup due to this price drop from Nvidia.

Only way I see prices going lower is if Vega hits and undercuts the 1080 majorly on price while being competitive on performance. I think Vega will be good, but it's not going to deliver 'huge value' relative to the 1080 after this price drop, necessarily.


Edited By: Seanspeed on Mar 04, 2017 12:19
#19
Uncommon.Sense
also as the GTX 1080 is discontinued from next week
GTX1080 is not being discontinued whatsoever.
#20
RedRain
Nate1492
RedRain
anyone know what cards are due later in the year i was going to get the new xbox but thinking about it i might just buy a top end gpu
Oh heck yes, get a top end GPU instead of the scorpio.
NVIDIA 1080 ti is about 30-40% faster than the 1080, it should be an amazing card, it will run expensive, 650-750 quid.
There is a lot of rumor/hype/hope/speculation around AMD's VEGA, however, there is a lot of questions about it too.
yep i can see the new xbox costing around £400 i have a rx 480 at the moment and i am thinking by the end if the year vega shohld be deffo out and maybe a new one from nvidia even on the rx 480 the games look alot better detail effects ect and can see the same with the new console

If you are running 1080p, you should be grand with the 480. It should play most current games at max settings and should be on par with the Scorpio in terms of GPU power when it comes out.

Save that money and skip a generation of cards, or upgrade your monitor. (or save your money!)
#21
Seanspeed
Nate1492
Seanspeed
Nate1492
With the absolute sheer volume of 1080 deals, it may be best to let the dust settle and the price to drop.
There is going to be a very strong second hand market as the first adopters are going to upgrade to the 1080 ti, you may be able to find an exception bargain if you hold your horses.
The price is only going to drop so much. There will be a floor that will likely not be penetrated by anybody except the rare desperate Gumtree seller or whatever.
£470 for a new GTX1080 is probably gonna be about the new 'great deal' area for a decent 3rd party 1080. I'd honestly not expect this to change much going forward.
I don't get how you think this is true... We are already seeing sub 470... And that's before the 1080 ti has popped.
The 'new great deal' surely is going to be much lower.
Not how things work. Prices just dont slowly go down over time automatically, they go down according to market forces. The 'floor' of this price will be around this level because that's where the 1080 is now going to sit in the effective lineup due to this price drop from Nvidia.

Only way I see prices going lower is if Vega hits and undercuts the 1080 majorly on price while being competitive on performance. I think Vega will be good, but it's not going to deliver 'huge value' relative to the 1080 after this price drop, necessarily.


Are you saying that 470 is the 'magical floor'?

I don't see how we can come to that conclusion *before* the 1080 ti is released. I think it's bonkers to not think the 1080 ti is a decisive market force that will push the 1080 down.
#22
Nate1492

Are you saying that 470 is the 'magical floor'?
I don't see how we can come to that conclusion *before* the 1080 ti is released. I think it's bonkers to not think the 1080 ti is a decisive market force that will push the 1080 down.
It's not 'magical'. It is how competitive pricing works.

The 1080Ti is not going to push down the prices for 1080's *further*. Nvidia already officially dropped the price of the 1080 in order to better fit it in the lineup price-wise with the introduction of the 1080Ti, and to preemptively act against AMD's upcoming Vega GPU's that will be competing against it. It now sits in a comfortable spot in between the 1070 and the 1080Ti. There's simply no reason for prices to drop further unless Vega is competitive and comes out way cheaper(like $70-100 less), which is unlikely.



Edited By: Seanspeed on Mar 04, 2017 16:39
#23
Nate1492
Seanspeed
Nate1492
Seanspeed
Nate1492
With the absolute sheer volume of 1080 deals, it may be best to let the dust settle and the price to drop.
There is going to be a very strong second hand market as the first adopters are going to upgrade to the 1080 ti, you may be able to find an exception bargain if you hold your horses.
The price is only going to drop so much. There will be a floor that will likely not be penetrated by anybody except the rare desperate Gumtree seller or whatever.
£470 for a new GTX1080 is probably gonna be about the new 'great deal' area for a decent 3rd party 1080. I'd honestly not expect this to change much going forward.
I don't get how you think this is true... We are already seeing sub 470... And that's before the 1080 ti has popped.
The 'new great deal' surely is going to be much lower.
Not how things work. Prices just dont slowly go down over time automatically, they go down according to market forces. The 'floor' of this price will be around this level because that's where the 1080 is now going to sit in the effective lineup due to this price drop from Nvidia.
Only way I see prices going lower is if Vega hits and undercuts the 1080 majorly on price while being competitive on performance. I think Vega will be good, but it's not going to deliver 'huge value' relative to the 1080 after this price drop, necessarily.
Are you saying that 470 is the 'magical floor'?
I don't see how we can come to that conclusion *before* the 1080 ti is released. I think it's bonkers to not think the 1080 ti is a decisive market force that will push the 1080 down.

It's a really hard place to be in for the Nvidia line up, since the low end GTX 1070 are between £350 for bargain basement, to about £450 for higher end models. Essentially if the GTX 1080 is NOT discontinued, and it stays becoming lower priced, lets say £420-450 then the 1070 also has to drop or it will become pointless, so the 1070 falls to £289-£319, but then what do they do about the 1060Ti that then need to release against the RX 580/570?

The whole Ti shuffle causes great confusion, and unpredictability with regards to the pricing structure.
#24
Uncommon.Sense
Nate1492
Seanspeed
Nate1492
Seanspeed
Nate1492
With the absolute sheer volume of 1080 deals, it may be best to let the dust settle and the price to drop.
There is going to be a very strong second hand market as the first adopters are going to upgrade to the 1080 ti, you may be able to find an exception bargain if you hold your horses.
The price is only going to drop so much. There will be a floor that will likely not be penetrated by anybody except the rare desperate Gumtree seller or whatever.
£470 for a new GTX1080 is probably gonna be about the new 'great deal' area for a decent 3rd party 1080. I'd honestly not expect this to change much going forward.
I don't get how you think this is true... We are already seeing sub 470... And that's before the 1080 ti has popped.
The 'new great deal' surely is going to be much lower.
Not how things work. Prices just dont slowly go down over time automatically, they go down according to market forces. The 'floor' of this price will be around this level because that's where the 1080 is now going to sit in the effective lineup due to this price drop from Nvidia.
Only way I see prices going lower is if Vega hits and undercuts the 1080 majorly on price while being competitive on performance. I think Vega will be good, but it's not going to deliver 'huge value' relative to the 1080 after this price drop, necessarily.
Are you saying that 470 is the 'magical floor'?
I don't see how we can come to that conclusion *before* the 1080 ti is released. I think it's bonkers to not think the 1080 ti is a decisive market force that will push the 1080 down.
It's a really hard place to be in for the Nvidia line up, since the low end GTX 1070 are between £350 for bargain basement, to about £450 for higher end models. Essentially if the GTX 1080 is NOT discontinued, and it stays becoming lower priced, lets say £420-450 then the 1070 also has to drop or it will become pointless, so the 1070 falls to £289-£319, but then what do they do about the 1060Ti that then need to release against the RX 580/570?
The whole Ti shuffle causes great confusion, and unpredictability with regards to the pricing structure.

I don't disagree... But I think the pricing structure is fairly simple, but we would have to use US dollars and hope the conversion is good.

1050 80-120
1050 ti 100-150
1060 3gb 140-200
1060 6gb 180-250
1060 ti 230-300
1070 300-400
1080 400-450
1080 ti 600-800

Prices include downward movement over the course of the next so many pricing wars/cuts.
#25
Seanspeed
Nate1492

Are you saying that 470 is the 'magical floor'?
I don't see how we can come to that conclusion *before* the 1080 ti is released. I think it's bonkers to not think the 1080 ti is a decisive market force that will push the 1080 down.
It's not 'magical'. It is how competitive pricing works.
The 1080Ti is not going to push down the prices for 1080's *further*. Nvidia already officially dropped the price of the 1080 in order to better fit it in the lineup price-wise with the introduction of the 1080Ti, and to preemptively act against AMD's upcoming Vega GPU's that will be competing against it. It now sits in a comfortable spot in between the 1070 and the 1080Ti. There's simply no reason for prices to drop further unless Vega is competitive and comes out way cheaper(like $70-100 less), which is unlikely.

I'd like to point out this NVIDIA 1080 for 424!

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/msi-geforce-gtx-1080-armor-8gb-424-98-amazon-2627770?page=2#post-comment

It didn't even take 3 days to prove my point.

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