Inno3D NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 HerculeZ Twin X2 - £349.94 @ AWD-IT - HotUKDeals
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Inno3D NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 HerculeZ Twin X2 - £349.94 @ AWD-IT

£349.94 @ AWD-IT
Decent price used to be approx £390. Id buy now but not sure if comes with Wildlands deal... Read More
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Decent price used to be approx £390. Id buy now but not sure if comes with Wildlands deal...
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1 Like #1
Were they ever £290?! Lowest i recall even back at release month was £350
#2
Will be cheaper come feb 28 - both amd and nvidia have events that day
1 Like #3
JimBobJr
Were they ever £290?! Lowest i recall even back at release month was £350

Sorry wrong figure updated post thanks
1 Like #4
robodan918
Will be cheaper come feb 28 - both amd and nvidia have events that day

No they wont this is nVidia
#5
Yeah I thought he meant to say 390
#6
elrasho
robodan918
Will be cheaper come feb 28 - both amd and nvidia have events that day
No they wont this is nVidia
Nvidia is releasing the 1080ti, making the 1080 the new mid high end, and the 1070 high mid end.
Amd is expected to release vega / rx500 high end to replace fury cards

A new pecking order necessarily changes prices due to decreased perceived value. Price will go down - or I should say they'll continue to go down
3 Likes #7
robodan918
elrasho
robodan918
Will be cheaper come feb 28 - both amd and nvidia have events that day
No they wont this is nVidia
Nvidia is releasing the 1080ti, making the 1080 the new mid high end, and the 1070 high mid end.
Amd is expected to release vega / rx500 high end to replace fury cards
A new pecking order necessarily changes prices due to decreased perceived value. Price will go down - or I should say they'll continue to go down

No this is nvidia were talking about. The 1080ti will be in its own tier just below the Titan XP so the current linup will retain their position and therefore remain at the current price points. I'd predict £900 for the 1080ti.

Although if Vega can compete then only that would drive prices of the current 1070/1080's down.
1 Like #8
K1LLER_HORNET
robodan918
elrasho
robodan918
Will be cheaper come feb 28 - both amd and nvidia have events that day
No they wont this is nVidia
Nvidia is releasing the 1080ti, making the 1080 the new mid high end, and the 1070 high mid end.
Amd is expected to release vega / rx500 high end to replace fury cards
A new pecking order necessarily changes prices due to decreased perceived value. Price will go down - or I should say they'll continue to go down
No this is nvidia were talking about. The 1080ti will be in its own tier just below the Titan XP so the current linup will retain their position and therefore remain at the current price points. I'd predict £900 for the 1080ti.
Although if Vega can compete then only that would drive prices of the current 1070/1080's down.

Agreed, if Vega doesn't compete (ie. equal or better than 1070 performance at cheaper price), Nvidia have no reason to drop pieces.

All may become clearer 28th, but who knows! This is a decent price now though.
#9
K1LLER_HORNET
robodan918
elrasho
robodan918
Will be cheaper come feb 28 - both amd and nvidia have events that day
No they wont this is nVidia
Nvidia is releasing the 1080ti, making the 1080 the new mid high end, and the 1070 high mid end.
Amd is expected to release vega / rx500 high end to replace fury cards
A new pecking order necessarily changes prices due to decreased perceived value. Price will go down - or I should say they'll continue to go down
No this is nvidia were talking about. The 1080ti will be in its own tier just below the Titan XP so the current linup will retain their position and therefore remain at the current price points. I'd predict £900 for the 1080ti.
Although if Vega can compete then only that would drive prices of the current 1070/1080's down.
Not saying nvidia will drop rrp
I'm saying retailers will drop prices to move stock that isn't selling for those prices, as a reaction to the lower demand
#10
robodan918
K1LLER_HORNET
robodan918
elrasho
robodan918
Will be cheaper come feb 28 - both amd and nvidia have events that day
No they wont this is nVidia
Nvidia is releasing the 1080ti, making the 1080 the new mid high end, and the 1070 high mid end.
Amd is expected to release vega / rx500 high end to replace fury cards
A new pecking order necessarily changes prices due to decreased perceived value. Price will go down - or I should say they'll continue to go down
No this is nvidia were talking about. The 1080ti will be in its own tier just below the Titan XP so the current linup will retain their position and therefore remain at the current price points. I'd predict £900 for the 1080ti.
Although if Vega can compete then only that would drive prices of the current 1070/1080's down.
Not saying nvidia will drop rrp
I'm saying retailers will drop prices to move stock that isn't selling for those prices, as a reaction to the lower demand

No they won't. Happens everytime with nVidia. The Ti is on another level to 1080 and 1070, it will have no affect on their prices.
#11
elrasho
robodan918
K1LLER_HORNET
robodan918
elrasho
robodan918
Will be cheaper come feb 28 - both amd and nvidia have events that day
No they wont this is nVidia
Nvidia is releasing the 1080ti, making the 1080 the new mid high end, and the 1070 high mid end.
Amd is expected to release vega / rx500 high end to replace fury cards
A new pecking order necessarily changes prices due to decreased perceived value. Price will go down - or I should say they'll continue to go down
No this is nvidia were talking about. The 1080ti will be in its own tier just below the Titan XP so the current linup will retain their position and therefore remain at the current price points. I'd predict £900 for the 1080ti.
Although if Vega can compete then only that would drive prices of the current 1070/1080's down.
Not saying nvidia will drop rrp
I'm saying retailers will drop prices to move stock that isn't selling for those prices, as a reaction to the lower demand
No they won't. Happens everytime with nVidia. The Ti is on another level to 1080 and 1070 so doesn't affect their demand , it will have no affect on their prices.
#12
Anyone else notice the little booboo they made with the box art? X) Not bad for the current prices of a 1070, shame they havent dropped all that much.
#13
Good price for the moment, if for whatever reason you can't wait. Surprised that nobody has commented on the ASUS GTX1070 being £330 at novatech last month. Have people finally realised they can't time-travel? :O
#14
elrasho
robodan918
K1LLER_HORNET
robodan918
elrasho
robodan918
Will be cheaper come feb 28 - both amd and nvidia have events that day
No they wont this is nVidia
Nvidia is releasing the 1080ti, making the 1080 the new mid high end, and the 1070 high mid end.
Amd is expected to release vega / rx500 high end to replace fury cards
A new pecking order necessarily changes prices due to decreased perceived value. Price will go down - or I should say they'll continue to go down
No this is nvidia were talking about. The 1080ti will be in its own tier just below the Titan XP so the current linup will retain their position and therefore remain at the current price points. I'd predict £900 for the 1080ti.
Although if Vega can compete then only that would drive prices of the current 1070/1080's down.
Not saying nvidia will drop rrp
I'm saying retailers will drop prices to move stock that isn't selling for those prices, as a reaction to the lower demand

No they won't. Happens everytime with nVidia. The Ti is on another level to 1080 and 1070, it will have no affect on their prices.


If the Ti can't do 60fps at 4K maxed out, I'm gonna be angry. Hulk smash the HQ
#15
elrasho
robodan918
K1LLER_HORNET
robodan918
elrasho
robodan918
Will be cheaper come feb 28 - both amd and nvidia have events that day
No they wont this is nVidia
Nvidia is releasing the 1080ti, making the 1080 the new mid high end, and the 1070 high mid end.
Amd is expected to release vega / rx500 high end to replace fury cards
A new pecking order necessarily changes prices due to decreased perceived value. Price will go down - or I should say they'll continue to go down
No this is nvidia were talking about. The 1080ti will be in its own tier just below the Titan XP so the current linup will retain their position and therefore remain at the current price points. I'd predict £900 for the 1080ti.
Although if Vega can compete then only that would drive prices of the current 1070/1080's down.
Not saying nvidia will drop rrp
I'm saying retailers will drop prices to move stock that isn't selling for those prices, as a reaction to the lower demand

No they won't. Happens everytime with nVidia. The Ti is on another level to 1080 and 1070, it will have no affect on their prices.


If the Ti can't do 60fps at 4K maxed out, I'm gonna be angry. Hulk smash the HQ
#16
elrasho
robodan918
K1LLER_HORNET
robodan918
elrasho
robodan918
Will be cheaper come feb 28 - both amd and nvidia have events that day
No they wont this is nVidia
Nvidia is releasing the 1080ti, making the 1080 the new mid high end, and the 1070 high mid end.
Amd is expected to release vega / rx500 high end to replace fury cards
A new pecking order necessarily changes prices due to decreased perceived value. Price will go down - or I should say they'll continue to go down
No this is nvidia were talking about. The 1080ti will be in its own tier just below the Titan XP so the current linup will retain their position and therefore remain at the current price points. I'd predict £900 for the 1080ti.
Although if Vega can compete then only that would drive prices of the current 1070/1080's down.
Not saying nvidia will drop rrp
I'm saying retailers will drop prices to move stock that isn't selling for those prices, as a reaction to the lower demand
No they won't. Happens everytime with nVidia. The Ti is on another level to 1080 and 1070, it will have no affect on their prices.

Lol

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