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Inno3D GTX 1080 iChill X3 £461.10 @ Amazon not 3rd party [Pre-order]

£461.10 @ Amazon
Posted a few days ago, expired (I missed it). It's back! This is AMAZON fulfil. Not some external firm. ETA unknown. - plath Read More
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Posted a few days ago, expired (I missed it). It's back!

This is AMAZON fulfil. Not some external firm.



ETA unknown.
- plath
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#1
how does this compare to other 1080 cards?
#2
heat! time to look for some reviews
#3
Would this ever get dispatched though? Price is too low!
1 Like #4
I'm tempted to swap my two 980ti's for one.... That said though, I imagine as soon as the 1080ti comes out, the 1080's will drop to this price pretty quick
banned#5
will get cancelled, its that hacked account. he lowered the price and Amazon algo auto matched it.
all the ZOTAC ones got cancelled, no reason this one wont as well.
#6
sparx1981
I'm tempted to swap my two 980ti's for one.... That said though, I imagine as soon as the 1080ti comes out, the 1080's will drop to this price pretty quick


thats an ongoing debate w
#7
the company/marketplace reviews talk about bin numbers, I severely doubt this is legit
#9
corrazy
the company/marketplace reviews talk about bin numbers, I severely doubt this is legit

Fulfilled by Amazon, not some hacked firm. I've put one on order. Worst can happen is cancellation.

http://i.imgur.com/1KVlCV2.jpg
#10
yoyelp
will get cancelled, its that hacked account. he lowered the price and Amazon algo auto matched it.
all the ZOTAC ones got cancelled, no reason this one wont as well.

This is the Amazon account, not the hacked third party.
#11
Ordered for a fun punt.
If it doesn't get dispatched they don't take the money so it's a good idea just in case it does!
These are around 600 plus on eBay.
banned#12
Evoflash
yoyelp
will get cancelled, its that hacked account. he lowered the price and Amazon algo auto matched it.
all the ZOTAC ones got cancelled, no reason this one wont as well.
This is the Amazon account, not the hacked third party.
Doh, read again what i wrote
#13
Worth a punt - if delivered will sell my 1070.

If cancelled I lose nothing.
#14
Hmmm thinking about it..
#15
Says "not yet released"

Yet its available at other Merchants. Scan has it in stock.



Edited By: fluidz on Feb 09, 2017 15:37: .
#16
I went for the X4 version a couple of days ago. Think it's still available at a little over £10 more seems a no brainer for the extra cooling.

Originally had both on preorder but got nervous that there is a very small chance they may get both in at the same time and send them both out, which would be far more than I can afford so I canned the X3 and stuck with the X4.

Really hope Amazon honour this but I have my doubts, they seem to cancel a lot of computing misprices probably due to tight margins where as they have left a number of consumer electronics misprices go (have been a number of really cheap headphones deals in recent months)...

Edited By: ST3123 on Feb 09, 2017 15:53
1 Like #17
sparx1981
I'm tempted to swap my two 980ti's for one.... That said though, I imagine as soon as the 1080ti comes out, the 1080's will drop to this price pretty quick

It wont drop the 1080 price when the ti comes, nvidia will just price the ti at £900/£1000 +

The only way the high end nvidia card price will come down is if they get any competition and the competition prices are lower.
#18
poison3k
sparx1981
I'm tempted to swap my two 980ti's for one.... That said though, I imagine as soon as the 1080ti comes out, the 1080's will drop to this price pretty quick
It wont drop the 1080 price when the ti comes, nvidia will just price the ti at £900/£1000 +
The only way the high end nvidia card price will come down is if they get any competition and the competition prices are lower.

Namely Vega, but that is summer, if it's on course
#19
poison3k
sparx1981
I'm tempted to swap my two 980ti's for one.... That said though, I imagine as soon as the 1080ti comes out, the 1080's will drop to this price pretty quick

It wont drop the 1080 price when the ti comes, nvidia will just price the ti at £900/£1000 +

The only way the high end nvidia card price will come down is if they get any competition and the competition prices are lower.


Can't see the 1080ti being prices that high. 980ti was £600 on release and so to was 1080. The 1080 will take a price drop and I see the 1080ti coming in around £600-700
#20
Crustybeaver
Can't see the 1080ti being prices that high. 980ti was £600 on release and so to was 1080. The 1080 will take a price drop and I see the 1080ti coming in around £600-700

Have you not heard of nvidia tax? j/k :p

did he 980 price drop when the 980ti came out? and did the 980ti come in at the price of the 980 or was it £100/200 more? I think you will find it was the later :(
1 Like #21
Crustybeaver
poison3k
sparx1981
I'm tempted to swap my two 980ti's for one.... That said though, I imagine as soon as the 1080ti comes out, the 1080's will drop to this price pretty quick
It wont drop the 1080 price when the ti comes, nvidia will just price the ti at £900/£1000 +
The only way the high end nvidia card price will come down is if they get any competition and the competition prices are lower.
Can't see the 1080ti being prices that high. 980ti was £600 on release and so to was 1080. The 1080 will take a price drop and I see the 1080ti coming in around £600-700
The 980 Ti was US$650 on release ($100 more than the 980), and was £550 in pre-Brexit-referendum pounds when it released in the UK.

The 1080 was US$600 from third parties (US$700 for the silly Founder's Edition). The two different prices muddied the waters slightly, but it released at about £550 in post-Brexit-referendum pounds - which made it a lot cheaper than the 980 Ti, from a currency point of view. In fact, that made it cheaper in the UK than at the US at launch, probably due to the coincidence of the GBP slump immediately before launch causing some hasty re-prices.

There was a $50 price drop for the 980 not too long after the 980 Ti's release... but Europe didn't get that drop, and today there's simply no room for a price cut on the 1080 in the UK.

Expect £700 as the lowest entry point from the 1080 Ti. (If it's $100 more than the 1080, then it's $700, + VAT, to get £675 already - and graphics cards aren't typically cheaper in the UK than in the US. The 1070 and 1080 have been outliers in that respect. ;))

And remember: £700 doesn't buy you US$1,000 any more. Time to get used to it.
#22
BetaRomeo
Crustybeaver
poison3k
sparx1981
I'm tempted to swap my two 980ti's for one.... That said though, I imagine as soon as the 1080ti comes out, the 1080's will drop to this price pretty quick
It wont drop the 1080 price when the ti comes, nvidia will just price the ti at £900/£1000 +
The only way the high end nvidia card price will come down is if they get any competition and the competition prices are lower.
Can't see the 1080ti being prices that high. 980ti was £600 on release and so to was 1080. The 1080 will take a price drop and I see the 1080ti coming in around £600-700
The 980 Ti was US$650 on release ($100 more than the 980), and was £550 in pre-Brexit-referendum pounds when it released in the UK.
The 1080 was US$600 from third parties (US$700 for the silly Founder's Edition). The two different prices muddied the waters slightly, but it released at about £550 in post-Brexit-referendum pounds - which made it a lot cheaper than the 980 Ti, from a currency point of view. In fact, that made it cheaper in the UK than at the US at launch, probably due to the coincidence of the GBP slump immediately before launch causing some hasty re-prices.There was a $50 price drop for the 980 not too long after the 980 Ti's release... but Europe didn't get that drop, and today there's simply no room for a price cut on the 1080 in the UK.
Expect £700 as the lowest entry point from the 1080 Ti. (If it's $100 more than the 1080, then it's $700, + VAT, to get £675 already - and graphics cards aren't typically cheaper in the UK than in the US. The 1070 and 1080 have been outliers in that respect. ;))
And remember: £700 doesn't buy you US$1,000 any more. Time to get used to it.
For a moment there I thought you were having a debate with me, then you posted the same predicted price as me, strange. Of course you failed to note that AMD will be releasing their high end card shortly after so expect pricing to be competitive.
1 Like #23
Haven't been following the what's whats of the GPU market for a while but I'd be willing to bet good money on 1080Ti not being released until after the pricing & performance of the anticipated high-end Vega card is revealed; Nvidia is positioned very well to sit back and do only what's necessary.
#24
Crustybeaver
BetaRomeo
Crustybeaver
poison3k
sparx1981
I'm tempted to swap my two 980ti's for one.... That said though, I imagine as soon as the 1080ti comes out, the 1080's will drop to this price pretty quick
It wont drop the 1080 price when the ti comes, nvidia will just price the ti at £900/£1000 +
The only way the high end nvidia card price will come down is if they get any competition and the competition prices are lower.
Can't see the 1080ti being prices that high. 980ti was £600 on release and so to was 1080. The 1080 will take a price drop and I see the 1080ti coming in around £600-700
The 980 Ti was US$650 on release ($100 more than the 980), and was £550 in pre-Brexit-referendum pounds when it released in the UK.
The 1080 was US$600 from third parties (US$700 for the silly Founder's Edition). The two different prices muddied the waters slightly, but it released at about £550 in post-Brexit-referendum pounds - which made it a lot cheaper than the 980 Ti, from a currency point of view. In fact, that made it cheaper in the UK than at the US at launch, probably due to the coincidence of the GBP slump immediately before launch causing some hasty re-prices.There was a $50 price drop for the 980 not too long after the 980 Ti's release... but Europe didn't get that drop, and today there's simply no room for a price cut on the 1080 in the UK.
Expect £700 as the lowest entry point from the 1080 Ti. (If it's $100 more than the 1080, then it's $700, + VAT, to get £675 already - and graphics cards aren't typically cheaper in the UK than in the US. The 1070 and 1080 have been outliers in that respect. ;))
And remember: £700 doesn't buy you US$1,000 any more. Time to get used to it.
For a moment there I thought you were having a debate with me, then you posted the same predicted price as me, strange. Of course you failed to note that AMD will be releasing their high end card shortly after so expect pricing to be competitive.
I think you've misread my post, then. Your suggestion of £600 is simply not probable given the facts. I'd personally wager it being a little higher than £700, but that's a feeling without much else to back it up, while £700 as the barest minimum is fairly easy to demonstrate, as shown - unless the £ suddenly jumps up again before the 1080 Ti's release, of course.

Funny how my not mentioning Vega means I "failed to note" it, as you hadn't mentioned it either. Or hadn't you realised you failed on that point? :{
2 Likes #25
Reported the scam seller to amazon.
#26
Will this run mine craft?
#27
I mean on high settings before any of you jokers
#28
andy71
Reported the scam seller to amazon.
The seller is Amazon.
1 Like #29
Evoflash
andy71
Reported the scam seller to amazon.
The seller is Amazon.

Yes. And they set their price to 10p above the price of a scam seller. The scam sellers have been reported.
#30
I'd like this but i've got a fury nano atm and only have two 1080p monitors. If I ever went to 1440p 120hz, then I'd probably end up complaing about the 1080 not being good enough to max stuff out :( it never ends.
#31
Boshed an order in for the X4 version. Why not!
1 Like #32
its amazing how many people aren't smart enough to see that this is just amazon auto matching the scam sellers prices, that means that amazon wont send any units out because they will simply remove the scam seller and cancel the orders, the exact same seller now has hundreds of ads on amazon so it will be a very short amount of time before it is removed, if you try using google to look for the seller it will explain that people have mailed them and all get asked to pay outside of amazon for the items (SCAM).
2 Likes #33
DeadpoolUK

its amazing how many people aren't smart enough to see that this is just amazon auto matching the scam sellers prices, that means that amazon wont send any units out because they will simply remove the scam seller and cancel the orders, the exact same seller now has hundreds of ads on amazon so it will be a very short amount of time before it is removed, if you try using google to look for the seller it will explain that people have mailed them and all get asked to pay outside of amazon for the items (SCAM).


jez, don't believe you're so Intelligent that you can spot this deal will flop and others can't. They all know it's a longshot, but sure what's the harm in taking a punt? Calm yourself.
#34
If you flubit this deal you get 1% off but they give a dispatch date of 03-June which is pretty ridiculous.
#35
Since been updated - price has hiked back up to 700+
Alternate sellers are now 'Pl34s3 c0nt4ct ussss'

So...sadly if you got it, you got it good! If not, next time gadget!
#36
towan
If you flubit this deal you get 1% off but they give a dispatch date of 03-June which is pretty ridiculous.

i got april.
#37
Crustybeaver
poison3k
sparx1981
I'm tempted to swap my two 980ti's for one.... That said though, I imagine as soon as the 1080ti comes out, the 1080's will drop to this price pretty quick
It wont drop the 1080 price when the ti comes, nvidia will just price the ti at £900/£1000 +
The only way the high end nvidia card price will come down is if they get any competition and the competition prices are lower.
Can't see the 1080ti being prices that high. 980ti was £600 on release and so to was 1080. The 1080 will take a price drop and I see the 1080ti coming in around £600-700

Current professional market investigations put the 1080Ti release price at around £950. I doubt the 1080's will drop in price at all until Vega. They can get away with it - there's no competition.
#38
plath
towan
If you flubit this deal you get 1% off but they give a dispatch date of 03-June which is pretty ridiculous.
i got april.

Wow, I even went on customer support to complain, cancelled anyway since that's still ages away.
#39
Is this legitimate or not?
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Edited By: XlordB on Feb 11, 2017 12:28
#40
XlordB
Is this legitimate or not?
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It's not

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