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GTX 1080 £442.98 (£400 after cashback)+ Wildlands PC @ Novatech

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GTX 1080 for £400 after £43 back seems good and the free pc code is available with it. No credit agreements like some of the very deals. Read More
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GTX 1080 for £400 after £43 back seems good and the free pc code is available with it. No credit agreements like some of the very deals.
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#1
wow great price.
2 Likes #2
They've got the GTX 1070 at £300 too - making it basically the same cost/CUDA core.
5 Likes #3
MSI are desperately trying to shift the stock of all their cards, as they are one of AMD's biggest card manufacturers, they obviously know something about the RX Vega range with regards to price vs. performance. I can imagine they are trying to mitigate larger losses by off loading stock now before the price tanks.

Heat for the deal. :D

Edited By: Uncommon.Sense on May 04, 2017 20:56: Spelling
1 Like #4
While there's no much difference with AIB OC capabilities, I'd really not recommend a blower for a card of this pedigree.
1 Like #5
Bring me VEGA!!! Heh, voted hot op.
#6
How is the cashback sorted/claimed?.. A application to MSI for cashback?..
#7
trueno2k
How is the cashback sorted/claimed?.. A application to MSI for cashback?..

No, you have to fax them.
1 Like #9
that's about right for the now 1-year-old GTX 1080, regardless of its performance
wouldn't pay more than 400
#10
The_Hoff
trueno2k
How is the cashback sorted/claimed?.. A application to MSI for cashback?..
No, you have to fax them.
LOL...
#11
I need a 4k GPU price don't matter what you thinking ? and AM4 Mobo?
2 Likes #12
The_Hoff
trueno2k
How is the cashback sorted/claimed?.. A application to MSI for cashback?..
No, you have to fax them.

http://e.lvme.me/ullaqld.jpg
#13
Oliver_Warden8
I need a 4k GPU price don't matter what you thinking ? and AM4 Mobo?

Then get a 1080ti!
#14
horrible ref card... will get you decent FPS but youll suffer with the noise from this thing
#15
trueno2k
How is the cashback sorted/claimed?.. A application to MSI for cashback?..

Trueno - I recently bought a b250 mobo in the last cashback claim. You have to wait 30 days after purchase, then you complete the online form here;

https://msi-promotions.com/gb/en/pages/springcashback/home

They will ask you to send a copy on the invoice and the serial number of your product. They confirmed I was eligible for cashback within a few hours and notified me i would be paid in 30 days. Received an email on Wednesday saying my bank account would have the money transferred via BACs in 5 day - got paid the same day.

Simples - A lot more so than trying to get cashback on a dell server this time last year!
#16
I have an uk Amazon account I do I buy from the French Amazon is there some special way of doing it , seems a lot cheaper to buy.
#17
Great price, but still waiting for a VEGA drop to see what I'm working with. It's great to see these numbers falling in the right direction though. Heat for the deal.
#18
blurtontony
I have an uk Amazon account I do I buy from the French Amazon is there some special way of doing it , seems a lot cheaper to buy.

Just log it amazon.fr by your uk account.
#19
Oliver_Warden8
I need a 4k GPU price don't matter what you thinking ? and AM4 Mobo?
If price doesn't matter then I would get a Titan Xp although it does cost £1159 :)

At 12 TFLOPS it's currently the fastest card available out of the box and will do 4k at 60+ FPS at max settings on most titles.


Edited By: Gormond on May 05, 2017 09:03: Additional information
#20
Oliver_Warden8
I need a 4k GPU price don't matter what you thinking ? and AM4 Mobo?
1080ti, titan xp if money truly is no object.

Edited By: adam0812 on May 05, 2017 09:33
#21
adam0812
Oliver_Warden8
I need a 4k GPU price don't matter what you thinking ? and AM4 Mobo?
1080ti, titan xp if money truly is no object.


MSI gaming x for £704 off Amazon German site
#22
Cold. Can get a 1080 with AIB for £20 more.
1 Like #23
The_Hoff
While there's no much difference with AIB OC capabilities, I'd really not recommend a blower for a card of this pedigree.
For small ITX or MATX cases blower cards are the best option as they push the hot air out of the case instead of around the case.
#24
elrasho
Cold. Can get a 1080 with AIB for £20 more.
Link please.
#25
shinken17
The_Hoff
While there's no much difference with AIB OC capabilities, I'd really not recommend a blower for a card of this pedigree.
For small ITX or MATX cases blower cards are the best option as they push the hot air out of the case instead of around the case.

Know many ITX or mATX people using a 1080 (32cm) card?

I know Dan case can accommodate it, but it's not even worth discussing as a use case.
1 Like #26
The_Hoff
shinken17
The_Hoff
While there's no much difference with AIB OC capabilities, I'd really not recommend a blower for a card of this pedigree.
For small ITX or MATX cases blower cards are the best option as they push the hot air out of the case instead of around the case.
Know many ITX or mATX people using a 1080 (32cm) card?
I know Dan case can accommodate it, but it's not even worth discussing as a use case.

I know me -- using a mildly overclocked 1080 FE in a Silverstone ML08, runs beautifully cool.
But regardless, I stand by a blower being best for a small enclosure - after market coolers are cool but they blow the hot air around your PC case & can make a small system pretty toasty.
I don't know how this MSI performs but the 1080 FE are quiet & good at dissipating heat
#27
shinken17
The_Hoff
shinken17
The_Hoff
While there's no much difference with AIB OC capabilities, I'd really not recommend a blower for a card of this pedigree.
For small ITX or MATX cases blower cards are the best option as they push the hot air out of the case instead of around the case.
Know many ITX or mATX people using a 1080 (32cm) card?
I know Dan case can accommodate it, but it's not even worth discussing as a use case.
I know me -- using a mildly overclocked 1080 FE in a Silverstone ML08, runs beautifully cool.
But regardless, I stand by a blower being best for a small enclosure - after market coolers are cool but they blow the hot air around your PC case & can make a small system pretty toasty.
I don't know how this MSI performs but the 1080 FE are quiet & good at dissipating heat

I'm not debating the fact a blower is ejects heat from a case, I agree. But a blower for 99% of people makes no sense.

The whole idea of ITX/mATX is a QUIET yet purposefully build machine, having a loud as 1080 blower in there makes no sense. There isn't a quiet blower on planet earth.
#28
The_Hoff
shinken17
The_Hoff
shinken17
The_Hoff
While there's no much difference with AIB OC capabilities, I'd really not recommend a blower for a card of this pedigree.
For small ITX or MATX cases blower cards are the best option as they push the hot air out of the case instead of around the case.
Know many ITX or mATX people using a 1080 (32cm) card?
I know Dan case can accommodate it, but it's not even worth discussing as a use case.
I know me -- using a mildly overclocked 1080 FE in a Silverstone ML08, runs beautifully cool.
But regardless, I stand by a blower being best for a small enclosure - after market coolers are cool but they blow the hot air around your PC case & can make a small system pretty toasty.
I don't know how this MSI performs but the 1080 FE are quiet & good at dissipating heat
I'm not debating the fact a blower is ejects heat from a case, I agree. But a blower for 99% of people makes no sense.
The whole idea of ITX/mATX is a QUIET yet purposefully build machine, having a loud as 1080 blower in there makes no sense. There isn't a quiet blower on planet earth.
My 1080 FE is quieter than my 980TI STRIX when gaming, uses less power & is smaller.
You shouldn't really decide people want a quiet PC when they build an ITX case, some like the portability & ability to have a cute small PC.
#29
Uncommon.Sense
MSI are desperately trying to shift the stock of all their cards, as they are one of AMD's biggest card manufacturers, they obviously know something about the RX Vega range with regards to price vs. performance. I can imagine they are trying to mitigate larger losses by off loading stock now before the price tanks.
Heat for the deal. :)

Actually, no.

MSI are offloading their old stock because there is a new version of the 1080 hitting shelves.

http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-11gbps-gddr5x

The 1080 posted in this deal is the 10 Gbps GDDR5x memory. The new ones will be 11 Gbps.

But more importantly, with improvements come cost savings to manufacturers as they iron out the process.

So the new 1080s, with better GDDR5X ram will be priced the same as the current 1080s, and who would buy a 1080 revision 1, when revision 2 is just better?
#30
Nate1492
Uncommon.Sense
MSI are desperately trying to shift the stock of all their cards, as they are one of AMD's biggest card manufacturers, they obviously know something about the RX Vega range with regards to price vs. performance. I can imagine they are trying to mitigate larger losses by off loading stock now before the price tanks.
Heat for the deal. :)
Actually, no.
MSI are offloading their old stock because there is a new version of the 1080 hitting shelves.http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-11gbps-gddr5x
The 1080 posted in this deal is the 10 Gbps GDDR5x memory. The new ones will be 11 Gbps.
But more importantly, with improvements come cost savings to manufacturers as they iron out the process.
So the new 1080s, with better GDDR5X ram will be priced the same as the current 1080s, and who would buy a 1080 revision 1, when revision 2 is just better?

Errr... no.

They are also clearing out 1070's with cashback incentives and reduced prices at retailers.
1 Like #31
Uncommon.Sense
Nate1492
Uncommon.Sense
MSI are desperately trying to shift the stock of all their cards, as they are one of AMD's biggest card manufacturers, they obviously know something about the RX Vega range with regards to price vs. performance. I can imagine they are trying to mitigate larger losses by off loading stock now before the price tanks.
Heat for the deal. :)
Actually, no.
MSI are offloading their old stock because there is a new version of the 1080 hitting shelves.http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-11gbps-gddr5x
The 1080 posted in this deal is the 10 Gbps GDDR5x memory. The new ones will be 11 Gbps.
But more importantly, with improvements come cost savings to manufacturers as they iron out the process.
So the new 1080s, with better GDDR5X ram will be priced the same as the current 1080s, and who would buy a 1080 revision 1, when revision 2 is just better?
Errr... no.
They are also clearing out 1070's with cashback incentives and reduced prices at retailers.

Do you have a source for your claim? You can say "Err... no." all you want, but I've sourced and provided a very common sense reason.

What you've appeared to suggest is that MSI have information on Vega/Volta being accelerated or released much sooner than their press has led on.

So, any source? Or are you just speculating?
#32
Vega announcement along with Zen+ and Naples 15th May. Won't be a release but I expect a date then.
#33
Uncommon.Sense
Nate1492
Uncommon.Sense
MSI are desperately trying to shift the stock of all their cards, as they are one of AMD's biggest card manufacturers, they obviously know something about the RX Vega range with regards to price vs. performance. I can imagine they are trying to mitigate larger losses by off loading stock now before the price tanks.
Heat for the deal. :)
Actually, no.
MSI are offloading their old stock because there is a new version of the 1080 hitting shelves.http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-11gbps-gddr5x
The 1080 posted in this deal is the 10 Gbps GDDR5x memory. The new ones will be 11 Gbps.
But more importantly, with improvements come cost savings to manufacturers as they iron out the process.
So the new 1080s, with better GDDR5X ram will be priced the same as the current 1080s, and who would buy a 1080 revision 1, when revision 2 is just better?
Errr... no.
They are also clearing out 1070's with cashback incentives and reduced prices at retailers.
iim sure stock is being reduced for new stock and load of AMD. Also sure the 11 g thing must also be relevant. Ive held and held on this. Glad to see there is more room to falling if above both true
#34
The_Hoff
Vega announcement along with Zen+ and Naples 15th May. Won't be a release but I expect a date then.
Really interested to see what big vega is like. I want to be optimistic but can't help but feel it will be the same or worse than 1080ti depending on the game and be only £50 cheaper, fury x2 basically.
#35
adam0812
The_Hoff
Vega announcement along with Zen+ and Naples 15th May. Won't be a release but I expect a date then.
Really interested to see what big vega is like. I want to be optimistic but can't help but feel it will be the same or worse than 1080ti depending on the game and be only £50 cheaper, fury x2 basically.

There's no way they'll beat the 1080ti IMO, the card is a freak.

AMD demonstrated with the 4XX/5XX they can compete in the mainstream markets, from the reading I've done the rumours are 3 SKU's, probably to compliment their Ryzen line-up, but also as a direct answer to the 1070 and 1080.

If they can continue to trade with the 1060 via the 580 and can demonstrate stellar DX12 performance versus 1070 and 1080GTX cards I'd be very happy with what they achieved, but I really don't see them competing with the Ti in anywhere but synthetic benchmarks buoyed by the use of HBM.

I was running my Fury until last week when I picked up a 1080gtx Amp Extreme (£390) via Amazon as an experiment. I can return it until June 5th, so pending the announcements it may be going back. It's giving me another 20fps in titles I play like Squad/Star Citizen @ 1440p but I'm losing freesync which would be my primary reason for swapping back to AMD if they can put out a 1080 aligned card for <£400.

If they can get give 1070 performance for £300, 1080 performance for £400 and Ti performance for £500 they'll have shaken things up nicely, but I just don't see the Ti being threatened. I don't see how they achieve low pricing to undercut Nvidia having used HBM which is undoubtedly expensive relative to DDR5.


Edited By: The_Hoff on May 08, 2017 15:06: .
#36
The_Hoff
adam0812
The_Hoff
Vega announcement along with Zen+ and Naples 15th May. Won't be a release but I expect a date then.
Really interested to see what big vega is like. I want to be optimistic but can't help but feel it will be the same or worse than 1080ti depending on the game and be only £50 cheaper, fury x2 basically.
There's no way they'll beat the 1080ti IMO, the card is a freak.
AMD demonstrated with the 4XX/5XX they can compete in the mainstream markets, from the reading I've done the rumours are 3 SKU's, probably to compliment their Ryzen line-up, but also as a direct answer to the 1070 and 1080.
If they can continue to trade with the 1060 via the 580 and can demonstrate stellar DX12 performance versus 1070 and 1080GTX cards I'd be very happy with what they achieved, but I really don't see them competing with the Ti in anywhere but synthetic benchmarks buoyed by the use of HBM.
I was running my Fury until last week when I picked up a 1080gtx Amp Extreme (£390) via Amazon as an experiment. I can return it until June 5th, so pending the announcements it may be going back. It's giving me another 20fps in titles I play like Squad/Star Citizen @ 1440p but I'm losing freesync which would be my primary reason for swapping back to AMD if they can put out a 1080 aligned card for <£400.
If they can get give 1070 performance for £300, 1080 performance for £400 and Ti performance for £500 they'll have shaken things up nicely, but I just don't see the Ti being threatened.
Yes, pretty much my sentiments. Got the gigabyte gaming 1080ti myself paired with a pg279q monitor, needless to say it smashes everything to bits, 100+fps in everything I've played at 1440p. A very enjoyable gaming experience.

Edited By: adam0812 on May 08, 2017 15:04
#37
adam0812
The_Hoff
adam0812
The_Hoff
Vega announcement along with Zen+ and Naples 15th May. Won't be a release but I expect a date then.
Really interested to see what big vega is like. I want to be optimistic but can't help but feel it will be the same or worse than 1080ti depending on the game and be only £50 cheaper, fury x2 basically.
There's no way they'll beat the 1080ti IMO, the card is a freak.
AMD demonstrated with the 4XX/5XX they can compete in the mainstream markets, from the reading I've done the rumours are 3 SKU's, probably to compliment their Ryzen line-up, but also as a direct answer to the 1070 and 1080.
If they can continue to trade with the 1060 via the 580 and can demonstrate stellar DX12 performance versus 1070 and 1080GTX cards I'd be very happy with what they achieved, but I really don't see them competing with the Ti in anywhere but synthetic benchmarks buoyed by the use of HBM.
I was running my Fury until last week when I picked up a 1080gtx Amp Extreme (£390) via Amazon as an experiment. I can return it until June 5th, so pending the announcements it may be going back. It's giving me another 20fps in titles I play like Squad/Star Citizen @ 1440p but I'm losing freesync which would be my primary reason for swapping back to AMD if they can put out a 1080 aligned card for <£400.
If they can get give 1070 performance for £300, 1080 performance for £400 and Ti performance for £500 they'll have shaken things up nicely, but I just don't see the Ti being threatened.
Yes, pretty much my sentiments. Got the gigabyte gaming 1080ti myself paired with a pg279q monitor, needless to say it smashes everything to bits, 100+fps in everything I've played at 1440p. A very enjoyable gaming experience.

Nice, personally can't justify the cost of the Ti given I have no aspiration to move to 4K.

If you can get 100fps in either of the games I mentioned, I'll run down Oxford street naked.
#38
The_Hoff
adam0812
The_Hoff
adam0812
The_Hoff
Vega announcement along with Zen+ and Naples 15th May. Won't be a release but I expect a date then.
Really interested to see what big vega is like. I want to be optimistic but can't help but feel it will be the same or worse than 1080ti depending on the game and be only £50 cheaper, fury x2 basically.
There's no way they'll beat the 1080ti IMO, the card is a freak.
AMD demonstrated with the 4XX/5XX they can compete in the mainstream markets, from the reading I've done the rumours are 3 SKU's, probably to compliment their Ryzen line-up, but also as a direct answer to the 1070 and 1080.
If they can continue to trade with the 1060 via the 580 and can demonstrate stellar DX12 performance versus 1070 and 1080GTX cards I'd be very happy with what they achieved, but I really don't see them competing with the Ti in anywhere but synthetic benchmarks buoyed by the use of HBM.
I was running my Fury until last week when I picked up a 1080gtx Amp Extreme (£390) via Amazon as an experiment. I can return it until June 5th, so pending the announcements it may be going back. It's giving me another 20fps in titles I play like Squad/Star Citizen @ 1440p but I'm losing freesync which would be my primary reason for swapping back to AMD if they can put out a 1080 aligned card for <£400.
If they can get give 1070 performance for £300, 1080 performance for £400 and Ti performance for £500 they'll have shaken things up nicely, but I just don't see the Ti being threatened.
Yes, pretty much my sentiments. Got the gigabyte gaming 1080ti myself paired with a pg279q monitor, needless to say it smashes everything to bits, 100+fps in everything I've played at 1440p. A very enjoyable gaming experience.
Nice, personally can't justify the cost of the Ti given I have no aspiration to move to 4K.
If you can get 100fps in either of the games I mentioned, I'll run down Oxford street naked.
It is pretty daft tbh particularly what you can get a 1080 for but I have no desire to SLI and have a 4k tv and my gaming monitor hooked to my PC so the fastest single card is what I was prepared to pay for (Titan cards aside)

Haven't played those games, are they just GPU monsters or do they crush the CPU as well?
#39
adam0812
The_Hoff
adam0812
The_Hoff
adam0812
The_Hoff
Vega announcement along with Zen+ and Naples 15th May. Won't be a release but I expect a date then.
Really interested to see what big vega is like. I want to be optimistic but can't help but feel it will be the same or worse than 1080ti depending on the game and be only £50 cheaper, fury x2 basically.
There's no way they'll beat the 1080ti IMO, the card is a freak.
AMD demonstrated with the 4XX/5XX they can compete in the mainstream markets, from the reading I've done the rumours are 3 SKU's, probably to compliment their Ryzen line-up, but also as a direct answer to the 1070 and 1080.
If they can continue to trade with the 1060 via the 580 and can demonstrate stellar DX12 performance versus 1070 and 1080GTX cards I'd be very happy with what they achieved, but I really don't see them competing with the Ti in anywhere but synthetic benchmarks buoyed by the use of HBM.
I was running my Fury until last week when I picked up a 1080gtx Amp Extreme (£390) via Amazon as an experiment. I can return it until June 5th, so pending the announcements it may be going back. It's giving me another 20fps in titles I play like Squad/Star Citizen @ 1440p but I'm losing freesync which would be my primary reason for swapping back to AMD if they can put out a 1080 aligned card for <£400.
If they can get give 1070 performance for £300, 1080 performance for £400 and Ti performance for £500 they'll have shaken things up nicely, but I just don't see the Ti being threatened.
Yes, pretty much my sentiments. Got the gigabyte gaming 1080ti myself paired with a pg279q monitor, needless to say it smashes everything to bits, 100+fps in everything I've played at 1440p. A very enjoyable gaming experience.
Nice, personally can't justify the cost of the Ti given I have no aspiration to move to 4K.
If you can get 100fps in either of the games I mentioned, I'll run down Oxford street naked.
It is pretty daft tbh particularly what you can get a 1080 for but I have no desire to SLI and have a 4k tv and my gaming monitor hooked to my PC so the fastest single card is what I was prepared to pay for (Titan cards aside)
Haven't played those games, are they just GPU monsters or do they crush the CPU as well?

Not especially, but they're alpha/early access and so not properly optimised.

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