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Gigabyte GTX 1080 Turbo OC 8GB Graphics Card - £549.98 Ebuyer Delivered with free Gigabyte Force H5 headset worth £49.97

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Very good price for a 1080! 78 in stock at 10AM 10/01/17 Just noticed it comes with a free headset - Gigabyte Force H5 headset but this may not last as low stock. It was auto added to my cart. …
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1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago
Very good price for a 1080! 78 in stock at 10AM 10/01/17

Just noticed it comes with a free headset - Gigabyte Force H5 headset but this may not last as low stock. It was auto added to my cart.

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Also on Amazon but low stock

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5 Likes #1
Lol when I posted this like a week ago it went -200 xD

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gigabyte-gtx-1080-turbo-oc-8gb-free-headset-ebuyer-549-99-2591425

Edited By: MrKillChill on Jan 10, 2017 12:01
2 Likes #2
MrKillChill
Most people just hope onto the stronger side whether they agree or not, quite a sheepish move imo. Probs one of the best deals ive seen since black friday for the 1080, easily sell those headphones for £30-£40.
1 Like #3
MrKillChill
Lol when I posted this like a week ago it went -200
https://i.imgflip.com/1bu888.jpg
#4
dun geddit lol
#5
jeeze just get a ps4
15 Likes #6
chamelion
jeeze just get a ps4
http://i.imgur.com/4c46RRm.jpg
#7
MrKillChill


​i feel you man.
#8
Great price, heat added.
#9
Waiting for the 1080Ti to come out and these will hopefully drop to sub £400...I'll bite then. Heat either way!!
#10
MrKillChill

It's a penny cheaper now :D

Edited By: amkhan on Jan 10, 2017 18:29
1 Like #11
Joy_A
Waiting for the 1080Ti to come out and these will hopefully drop to sub £400...I'll bite then. Heat either way!!
LOL if you think the price will drop so low. You're muad
#12
Rather get a dual fan setup for cheaper.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gigabyte-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-g1-gaming-535-32-amazon-2597283

Blower style coolers are generally hotter louder and because of gpu boost 3.0 it now means it won't be as fast.
#13
ZainAkib
Joy_A
Waiting for the 1080Ti to come out and these will hopefully drop to sub £400...I'll bite then. Heat either way!!
LOL if you think the price will drop so low. You're muad
Think back to the 980 when it got launched that was £600 ish and then bam down to £400 when the 980ti came out. Enthusiast grade cards always loose value when a newer succeeder comes in. Also on a side note see how much the 980 sells for now, you can get em new for £260 and used for £200-£220 ish, do take that into account when purchasing a card with a high premium price because in 2 years the same thing will probz happen with the 1080.
#14
hamzahuk
ZainAkib
Joy_A
Waiting for the 1080Ti to come out and these will hopefully drop to sub £400...I'll bite then. Heat either way!!
LOL if you think the price will drop so low. You're muad
Think back to the 980 when it got launched that was £600 ish and then bam down to £400 when the 980ti came out. Enthusiast grade cards always loose value when a newer succeeder comes in. Also on a side note see how much the 980 sells for now, you can get em new for £260 and used for £200-£220 ish, do take that into account when purchasing a card with a high premium price because in 2 years the same thing will probz happen with the 1080.

You can't compare it like that though.

Truth is the 1080 performs far above and beyond most users needs and expectations and it will do for a few years yet. I get 100fps at 3440x1440 and Ultra settings in BF1. For a majority of gamers, the 1080 is actually an overkill.

There's absolutely no way it will drop to £400... it won't be anywhere near that because it would make the 1080Ti pretty much a pointless purchase for everyone but 4K gamers as its more than likely going to be around £700-£750. Not only that but pricing the 1080 so low would also push down the value of cards below it, the 1060 would become obsolete when the 1070 could be bought for £230.

It's not going to happen. The Ti is an addition to the top-end line, not a replacement.

This happens every time new GPU's are announced. People get hyped thinking the current top card will drop 1/3 in price... then when they realise they only drop by around £30 and vote every GPU deal here cold in frustration.





Edited By: mamboboy on Jan 11, 2017 00:46
#15
mamboboy
hamzahuk
ZainAkib
Joy_A
Waiting for the 1080Ti to come out and these will hopefully drop to sub £400...I'll bite then. Heat either way!!
LOL if you think the price will drop so low. You're muad
Think back to the 980 when it got launched that was £600 ish and then bam down to £400 when the 980ti came out. Enthusiast grade cards always loose value when a newer succeeder comes in. Also on a side note see how much the 980 sells for now, you can get em new for £260 and used for £200-£220 ish, do take that into account when purchasing a card with a high premium price because in 2 years the same thing will probz happen with the 1080.
You can't compare it like that though.
Truth is the 1080 performs far above and beyond most users needs and expectations and it will do for a few years yet. I get 100fps at 3440x1440 and Ultra settings in BF1. For a majority of gamers, the 1080 is actually an overkill.
There's absolutely no way it will drop to £400... it won't be anywhere near that because it would make the 1080Ti pretty much a pointless purchase for everyone but 4K gamers as its more than likely going to be around £700-£750. Not only that but pricing the 1080 so low would also push down the value of cards below it, the 1060 would become obsolete when the 1070 could be bought for £230.
It's not going to happen. The Ti is an addition to the top-end line, not a replacement.
This happens every time new GPU's are announced. People get hyped thinking the current top card will drop 1/3 in price... then when they realise they only drop by around £30 and vote every GPU deal here cold in frustration.
Like I said I could only give an estimate on what the prices would be, but your 100% right with the performance of the 1080 and it is nothing to underestimate. I guess the 1080ti will also have its place for people wanting to seek 144hz on 1440p. Also regarding hype of new cards, I do remember when the 980ti came out and everyone was like this gpu will get 60fps on 4k in most games and they ended up disappointed. I'll be fine with my R9 Fury for a while, probs will upgrade in 2-3 years when this card starts struggling on 1440p and by then hopefully 1440p will be mainstream enough for mid range cards to run it smoothly.
#16
scorpio on the way.. it is expected to be around £400
#17
mamboboy
hamzahuk
ZainAkib
Joy_A
Waiting for the 1080Ti to come out and these will hopefully drop to sub £400...I'll bite then. Heat either way!!
LOL if you think the price will drop so low. You're muad
Think back to the 980 when it got launched that was £600 ish and then bam down to £400 when the 980ti came out. Enthusiast grade cards always loose value when a newer succeeder comes in. Also on a side note see how much the 980 sells for now, you can get em new for £260 and used for £200-£220 ish, do take that into account when purchasing a card with a high premium price because in 2 years the same thing will probz happen with the 1080.

You can't compare it like that though.

Truth is the 1080 performs far above and beyond most users needs and expectations and it will do for a few years yet. I get 100fps at 3440x1440 and Ultra settings in BF1. For a majority of gamers, the 1080 is actually an overkill.

There's absolutely no way it will drop to £400... it won't be anywhere near that because it would make the 1080Ti pretty much a pointless purchase for everyone but 4K gamers as its more than likely going to be around £700-£750. Not only that but pricing the 1080 so low would also push down the value of cards below it, the 1060 would become obsolete when the 1070 could be bought for £230.

It's not going to happen. The Ti is an addition to the top-end line, not a replacement.

This happens every time new GPU's are announced. People get hyped thinking the current top card will drop 1/3 in price... then when they realise they only drop by around £30 and vote every GPU deal here cold in frustration.






​Nope, amd vega will be as twice powerful as 1080 does (8 gflops vs 15 gflops) and cheaper for sure... release in march
#18
srdrSEA
mamboboy
hamzahuk
ZainAkib
Joy_A
Waiting for the 1080Ti to come out and these will hopefully drop to sub £400...I'll bite then. Heat either way!!
LOL if you think the price will drop so low. You're muad
Think back to the 980 when it got launched that was £600 ish and then bam down to £400 when the 980ti came out. Enthusiast grade cards always loose value when a newer succeeder comes in. Also on a side note see how much the 980 sells for now, you can get em new for £260 and used for £200-£220 ish, do take that into account when purchasing a card with a high premium price because in 2 years the same thing will probz happen with the 1080.
You can't compare it like that though.
Truth is the 1080 performs far above and beyond most users needs and expectations and it will do for a few years yet. I get 100fps at 3440x1440 and Ultra settings in BF1. For a majority of gamers, the 1080 is actually an overkill.
There's absolutely no way it will drop to £400... it won't be anywhere near that because it would make the 1080Ti pretty much a pointless purchase for everyone but 4K gamers as its more than likely going to be around £700-£750. Not only that but pricing the 1080 so low would also push down the value of cards below it, the 1060 would become obsolete when the 1070 could be bought for £230.
It's not going to happen. The Ti is an addition to the top-end line, not a replacement.
This happens every time new GPU's are announced. People get hyped thinking the current top card will drop 1/3 in price... then when they realise they only drop by around £30 and vote every GPU deal here cold in frustration.
​Nope, amd vega will be as twice powerful as 1080 does (8 gflops vs 15 gflops) and cheaper for sure... release in march
Just like AMD's 8-core bulldozer really gave intel a run for its money? It really made those Celerons sweat!

No one knows anything about pricing or benchmarks, so how can you say these things are "for sure"?

These companies are out for your money at the end of the day. If indeed the high end Vega card is 'twice as powerful' as the 1080 there's absolutely not a chance on Gods green earth it'll be cheaper than the current 1080.

Edited By: mamboboy on Jan 11, 2017 18:34: 84
#19
mamboboy
srdrSEA
mamboboy
hamzahuk
ZainAkib
Joy_A
Waiting for the 1080Ti to come out and these will hopefully drop to sub £400...I'll bite then. Heat either way!!
LOL if you think the price will drop so low. You're muad
Think back to the 980 when it got launched that was £600 ish and then bam down to £400 when the 980ti came out. Enthusiast grade cards always loose value when a newer succeeder comes in. Also on a side note see how much the 980 sells for now, you can get em new for £260 and used for £200-£220 ish, do take that into account when purchasing a card with a high premium price because in 2 years the same thing will probz happen with the 1080.
You can't compare it like that though.
Truth is the 1080 performs far above and beyond most users needs and expectations and it will do for a few years yet. I get 100fps at 3440x1440 and Ultra settings in BF1. For a majority of gamers, the 1080 is actually an overkill.
There's absolutely no way it will drop to £400... it won't be anywhere near that because it would make the 1080Ti pretty much a pointless purchase for everyone but 4K gamers as its more than likely going to be around £700-£750. Not only that but pricing the 1080 so low would also push down the value of cards below it, the 1060 would become obsolete when the 1070 could be bought for £230.
It's not going to happen. The Ti is an addition to the top-end line, not a replacement.
This happens every time new GPU's are announced. People get hyped thinking the current top card will drop 1/3 in price... then when they realise they only drop by around £30 and vote every GPU deal here cold in frustration.
​Nope, amd vega will be as twice powerful as 1080 does (8 gflops vs 15 gflops) and cheaper for sure... release in march
Just like AMD's 8-core bulldozer really gave intel a run for its money? It really made those Celerons sweat!

No one knows anything about pricing or benchmarks, so how can you say these things are "for sure"?

These companies are out for your money at the end of the day. If indeed the high end Vega card is 'twice as powerful' as the 1080 there's absolutely not a chance on Gods green earth it'll be cheaper than the current 1080.


​just google it
#20
srdrSEA
mamboboy
hamzahuk
ZainAkib
Joy_A
Waiting for the 1080Ti to come out and these will hopefully drop to sub £400...I'll bite then. Heat either way!!
LOL if you think the price will drop so low. You're muad
Think back to the 980 when it got launched that was £600 ish and then bam down to £400 when the 980ti came out. Enthusiast grade cards always loose value when a newer succeeder comes in. Also on a side note see how much the 980 sells for now, you can get em new for £260 and used for £200-£220 ish, do take that into account when purchasing a card with a high premium price because in 2 years the same thing will probz happen with the 1080.
You can't compare it like that though.
Truth is the 1080 performs far above and beyond most users needs and expectations and it will do for a few years yet. I get 100fps at 3440x1440 and Ultra settings in BF1. For a majority of gamers, the 1080 is actually an overkill.
There's absolutely no way it will drop to £400... it won't be anywhere near that because it would make the 1080Ti pretty much a pointless purchase for everyone but 4K gamers as its more than likely going to be around £700-£750. Not only that but pricing the 1080 so low would also push down the value of cards below it, the 1060 would become obsolete when the 1070 could be bought for £230.
It's not going to happen. The Ti is an addition to the top-end line, not a replacement.
This happens every time new GPU's are announced. People get hyped thinking the current top card will drop 1/3 in price... then when they realise they only drop by around £30 and vote every GPU deal here cold in frustration.
​Nope, amd vega will be as twice powerful as 1080 does (8 gflops vs 15 gflops) and cheaper for sure... release in march

Two issues I see here, these cards are measured in TFlops not GFlops. The 1080 is a 9 TFlop card and the Vega is rumored (not confirmed) to be 12 TFlops. I would expect the card to be at a similar price point as the 1080Ti or even the Titan X. You may be disappointed if you're expecting that level of performance for less than the price of a 1080.
#21
MightyJayJnr
srdrSEA
mamboboy
hamzahuk
ZainAkib
Joy_A
Waiting for the 1080Ti to come out and these will hopefully drop to sub £400...I'll bite then. Heat either way!!
LOL if you think the price will drop so low. You're muad
Think back to the 980 when it got launched that was £600 ish and then bam down to £400 when the 980ti came out. Enthusiast grade cards always loose value when a newer succeeder comes in. Also on a side note see how much the 980 sells for now, you can get em new for £260 and used for £200-£220 ish, do take that into account when purchasing a card with a high premium price because in 2 years the same thing will probz happen with the 1080.
You can't compare it like that though.
Truth is the 1080 performs far above and beyond most users needs and expectations and it will do for a few years yet. I get 100fps at 3440x1440 and Ultra settings in BF1. For a majority of gamers, the 1080 is actually an overkill.
There's absolutely no way it will drop to £400... it won't be anywhere near that because it would make the 1080Ti pretty much a pointless purchase for everyone but 4K gamers as its more than likely going to be around £700-£750. Not only that but pricing the 1080 so low would also push down the value of cards below it, the 1060 would become obsolete when the 1070 could be bought for £230.
It's not going to happen. The Ti is an addition to the top-end line, not a replacement.
This happens every time new GPU's are announced. People get hyped thinking the current top card will drop 1/3 in price... then when they realise they only drop by around £30 and vote every GPU deal here cold in frustration.
​Nope, amd vega will be as twice powerful as 1080 does (8 gflops vs 15 gflops) and cheaper for sure... release in march

Two issues I see here, these cards are measured in TFlops not GFlops. The 1080 is a 9 TFlop card and the Vega is rumored (not confirmed) to be 12 TFlops. I would expect the card to be at a similar price point as the 1080Ti or even the Titan X. You may be disappointed if you're expecting that level of performance for less than the price of a 1080.


depending on the manufacturer and its configuration, 1080 is around 8 not 9 tflops. link https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/GeForce_10_series...

Vega 10 will be released in may with the worst scenario.. and will be at least %50 more powerful than 1080. link ; http://www.fudzilla.com/news/graphics/41643-amd-vega-10-scores-24-tflops

Project scorrpio is on its way.. the most powerful console with 6 tflops of single bla bla for around £400 in this June. So It has Cpu, Gpu, Ports, Ram, Harddisc.. all for that price...

Briefly, i expect 1080 to do a hard hit at around £350 by June.
#22
srdrSEA
MightyJayJnr
srdrSEA
mamboboy
hamzahuk
ZainAkib
Joy_A
Waiting for the 1080Ti to come out and these will hopefully drop to sub £400...I'll bite then. Heat either way!!
LOL if you think the price will drop so low. You're muad
Think back to the 980 when it got launched that was £600 ish and then bam down to £400 when the 980ti came out. Enthusiast grade cards always loose value when a newer succeeder comes in. Also on a side note see how much the 980 sells for now, you can get em new for £260 and used for £200-£220 ish, do take that into account when purchasing a card with a high premium price because in 2 years the same thing will probz happen with the 1080.
You can't compare it like that though.
Truth is the 1080 performs far above and beyond most users needs and expectations and it will do for a few years yet. I get 100fps at 3440x1440 and Ultra settings in BF1. For a majority of gamers, the 1080 is actually an overkill.
There's absolutely no way it will drop to £400... it won't be anywhere near that because it would make the 1080Ti pretty much a pointless purchase for everyone but 4K gamers as its more than likely going to be around £700-£750. Not only that but pricing the 1080 so low would also push down the value of cards below it, the 1060 would become obsolete when the 1070 could be bought for £230.
It's not going to happen. The Ti is an addition to the top-end line, not a replacement.
This happens every time new GPU's are announced. People get hyped thinking the current top card will drop 1/3 in price... then when they realise they only drop by around £30 and vote every GPU deal here cold in frustration.
​Nope, amd vega will be as twice powerful as 1080 does (8 gflops vs 15 gflops) and cheaper for sure... release in march
Two issues I see here, these cards are measured in TFlops not GFlops. The 1080 is a 9 TFlop card and the Vega is rumored (not confirmed) to be 12 TFlops. I would expect the card to be at a similar price point as the 1080Ti or even the Titan X. You may be disappointed if you're expecting that level of performance for less than the price of a 1080.
depending on the manufacturer and its configuration, 1080 is around 8 not 9 tflops. link https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/GeForce_10_series...
Vega 10 will be released in may with the worst scenario.. and will be at least %50 more powerful than 1080. link ; http://www.fudzilla.com/news/graphics/41643-amd-vega-10-scores-24-tflops
Project scorrpio is on its way.. the most powerful console with 6 tflops of single bla bla for around £400 in this June. So It has Cpu, Gpu, Ports, Ram, Harddisc.. all for that price...
Briefly, i expect 1080 to do a hard hit at around £350 by June.

You're right! someone needs to tell Jen-Hsun Huang ASAP that he had the wrong number of TFlops displayed on the 1080 launch live stream.
http://i.imgur.com/BqQiCrs.jpg

(_;)
#23
MrKillChill


​because people are stupid ..... really fcuking stupid .... dumb as sheep's we fallow anything we've been told .... never questioning or checking if it is good or bad , true or false... But we are made like that brainwashed to work and consume .....

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