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MSI GTX 1070 8GB Quick Silver £311.43, prime members only, 2-3 week wait

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2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago
Good price, for those that have the faith to wait the 2 to 3 week estimated delivery date.

Prime members only.

If no prime account, perhaps sign up for a new account and activate the 30 day free prime trial as detailed by member ChapChap, below.

Nice colour and great cooler.


Thanks op, found a review here:

http://www.guru3d.com/articles-pages/msi-geforce-gtx-1070-quick-silver-8g-oc-review,1.html
- csf
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#1
Tempted by this (_;)
#2
Bilj
Tempted by this (_;)

I would be too, but sadly no prime!
1 Like #3
Just.Wondering
Bilj
Tempted by this (_;)
I would be too, but sadly no prime!

Create a new email address :)
1 Like #4
Just.Wondering
Bilj
Tempted by this (_;)
I would be too, but sadly no prime!
Sign up using gmail tick and get a months free trial...that's what I am doing now. This is a great price so worth it.
#5
I shall do that when I'm back
1 Like #6
Lol no. Who wouldn't wait for Vega at this point?!
#7
Aquacadabra
Lol no. Who wouldn't wait for Vega at this point?!

I mean what is the cheapest 1070 atm? This is way below the regular 1070 price, anything Vega can do won't push prices that low.
#8
Signed up for a new account on my phone, card ordered!
#9
Aquacadabra
Lol no. Who wouldn't wait for Vega at this point?!


People who want a good GPU
#10
Aquacadabra
Lol no. Who wouldn't wait for Vega at this point?!


If Vega is any good it won't be cheap.
#11
I was watching a few GPU's expecting a 20% offer but all the GPU's in the 20% offer are way past sell by!

There is a 6gb 1060 for £220 with a wait
#12
Im sticking with my gtx970 until next update as at 2k its still able to play all games at high settings, good price though.
#13
Can you SLI with MSI gaming X card? If so, would SLI be worth it with the 1070?
#14
marmaluke
Can you SLI with MSI gaming X card? If so, would SLI be worth it with the 1070?

1070s have sli connections
#15
Great price, shame I just bought a 4K monitor, so now I can't afford it :(
#16
Thanks for this.....I've just placed an order. These exact model are on sale on eBay for over £500. Just read some reviews and it's identical to the Gaming X and Gaming Z cards. 9.8 out of 10 in reviews. Have some heat!
#17
Great spot thanks
#18
definitely worth the 20 quid over that single fan msi gtx 1070 on amazon.de. I cancelled that and ordered this.

And the good thing is they are limiting orders to 1, so miners can sod off :p


Edited By: csf on Jul 06, 2017 21:30
3 Likes #19
marmaluke
Can you SLI with MSI gaming X card? If so, would SLI be worth it with the 1070?


You can, but I wouldn't recommend it.

SLI and Crossfire are garbage and work well in only a handful of games.

Save that money and get an upgrade when a nice one comes out.
#20
Sooooo tempted by this , wanting to upgrade to 1440p but think I might hold out for VEGA and see what it has to offer

Think my 23" 1080p & gtx 780 are definitely due an upgrade though
1 Like #21
csf
definitely worth the 20 quid over that single fan msi gtx 1070 on amazon.de. I cancelled that and ordered this.And the good thing is they are limiting orders to 1, so miners can sod off cheeky

Same, plus this one might actually turn up.
#22
Would be nice if a free game code came with it too like destiny 2 and a cashback rebate
1 Like #23
Cracking deal. See second hand 1070s selling for North of £400 all the time. This will be ideal to add to my mining rig... :{
#24
ddaann_99
Cracking deal. See second hand 1070s selling for North of £400 all the time. This will be ideal to add to my mining rig... :{

I'm running a few different cards at the moment 2 x1080ti, 4 x rx480, 1 x 470, 1 x 1050ti and a 1070, the 1070 does around 450 sols (palit super jetstream) so around £2.70 a day at current prices (just for the 1070).


Edited By: Just.Wondering on Jul 06, 2017 22:32: .
#25
This is crazy good price!

I'm waiting for the MSI Gaming X 1070 which is almost identical, which just bumped back up from £410 to £450.

I'm not bothered by color, so snapped this up! And if this drop is a precursor to a widespread easing of prices, we've got 3 weeks to find a better deal.
#26
Just.Wondering
ddaann_99
Cracking deal. See second hand 1070s selling for North of £400 all the time. This will be ideal to add to my mining rig... :{

I'm running a few different cards at the moment 2 x1080ti, 4 x rx480, 1 x 470, 1 x 1050ti and a 1070, the 1070 does around 450 sols (palit super jetstream) so around £2.70 a day at current prices.


Forgive my ignorance. I know nothing about mining. Does it not cost you more in electricity?
#27
Aquacadabra
Lol no. Who wouldn't wait for Vega at this point?!

Cryptocurrency miners, where time mining is more valuable than waiting for a faster mystery GPU that may never close that time gap in ROI.
#28
Is this worth upgrading from a non x fury?
#29
Decharvinator
Just.Wondering
ddaann_99
Cracking deal. See second hand 1070s selling for North of £400 all the time. This will be ideal to add to my mining rig... :{
I'm running a few different cards at the moment 2 x1080ti, 4 x rx480, 1 x 470, 1 x 1050ti and a 1070, the 1070 does around 450 sols (palit super jetstream) so around £2.70 a day at current prices.
Forgive my ignorance. I know nothing about mining. Does it not cost you more in electricity?

As it happens no, real cost is around 10 to 20 percent of money generated for electricity costs , so around 80 percent profit.

Edited By: Just.Wondering on Jul 06, 2017 22:33
#30
Just.Wondering
Decharvinator
Just.Wondering
ddaann_99
Cracking deal. See second hand 1070s selling for North of £400 all the time. This will be ideal to add to my mining rig... :{
I'm running a few different cards at the moment 2 x1080ti, 4 x rx480, 1 x 470, 1 x 1050ti and a 1070, the 1070 does around 450 sols (palit super jetstream) so around £2.70 a day at current prices.
Forgive my ignorance. I know nothing about mining. Does it not cost you more in electricity?

As it happens no, real cost is around 10 to 15 percent of money generated for electricity costs , so around 85 to 90 percent profit.


Sounds cool. Just looked at a brief guide. Doesn't look too complicated. I've currently got a GTX 980TI which I'm going to sell as I've just ordered this. May give it a little go to see what ass the fuss is about. Any recommendations for a beginner? Thanks in advance!
#31
Decharvinator
Just.Wondering
Decharvinator
Just.Wondering
ddaann_99
Cracking deal. See second hand 1070s selling for North of £400 all the time. This will be ideal to add to my mining rig... :{
I'm running a few different cards at the moment 2 x1080ti, 4 x rx480, 1 x 470, 1 x 1050ti and a 1070, the 1070 does around 450 sols (palit super jetstream) so around £2.70 a day at current prices.
Forgive my ignorance. I know nothing about mining. Does it not cost you more in electricity?
As it happens no, real cost is around 10 to 15 percent of money generated for electricity costs , so around 85 to 90 percent profit.
Sounds cool. Just looked at a brief guide. Doesn't look too complicated. I've currently got a GTX 980TI which I'm going to sell as I've just ordered this. May give it a little go to see what ass the fuss is about. Any recommendations for a beginner? Thanks in advance!

It's easy enough to do, you need a bit coin wallet to mine to, look at http://www.whattomine.com and consider nicehash.com software for super easy setup, you could be earning money within the next 20 minutes.
1 Like #32
This won't be sent for months if ever
1 Like #33
Just.Wondering
Decharvinator
Just.Wondering
ddaann_99
Cracking deal. See second hand 1070s selling for North of £400 all the time. This will be ideal to add to my mining rig... :{
I'm running a few different cards at the moment 2 x1080ti, 4 x rx480, 1 x 470, 1 x 1050ti and a 1070, the 1070 does around 450 sols (palit super jetstream) so around £2.70 a day at current prices.
Forgive my ignorance. I know nothing about mining. Does it not cost you more in electricity?
As it happens no, real cost is around 10 to 20 percent of money generated for electricity costs , so around 80 percent profit.

You've got your calculations upside down. It's 80% cost and 20% profit pre fees. You need to first catch up to ROI, which is getting further and further away, then you need to find somewhere that doesn't take a chunk of your BTC, and then good luck getting it into GBP. #Forever HODL

Edited By: Glix on Jul 06, 2017 22:44
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Glix
Just.Wondering
Decharvinator
Just.Wondering
ddaann_99
Cracking deal. See second hand 1070s selling for North of £400 all the time. This will be ideal to add to my mining rig... :{
I'm running a few different cards at the moment 2 x1080ti, 4 x rx480, 1 x 470, 1 x 1050ti and a 1070, the 1070 does around 450 sols (palit super jetstream) so around £2.70 a day at current prices.
Forgive my ignorance. I know nothing about mining. Does it not cost you more in electricity?
As it happens no, real cost is around 10 to 20 percent of money generated for electricity costs , so around 80 percent profit.
You've got your calculations upside down. It's 80% cost and 20% profit pre fees. You need to first catch up to ROI, which is getting further and further away, then you need to find somewhere that doesn't take a chunk of your BTC, and then good luck getting it into GBP. #Forever HODL

You couldn't be more wrong sadly :) look on the nicehash calculator.

Look at http://www.whattomine.com

Use cex.io as a btc wallet, payment straight out into gbp no issue at all.

Edited By: Just.Wondering on Jul 06, 2017 22:53
#35
Just.Wondering
Glix
Just.Wondering
Decharvinator
Just.Wondering
ddaann_99
Cracking deal. See second hand 1070s selling for North of £400 all the time. This will be ideal to add to my mining rig... :{
I'm running a few different cards at the moment 2 x1080ti, 4 x rx480, 1 x 470, 1 x 1050ti and a 1070, the 1070 does around 450 sols (palit super jetstream) so around £2.70 a day at current prices.
Forgive my ignorance. I know nothing about mining. Does it not cost you more in electricity?
As it happens no, real cost is around 10 to 20 percent of money generated for electricity costs , so around 80 percent profit.
You've got your calculations upside down. It's 80% cost and 20% profit pre fees. You need to first catch up to ROI, which is getting further and further away, then you need to find somewhere that doesn't take a chunk of your BTC, and then good luck getting it into GBP. #Forever HODL
You couldn't be more wrong sadly :) look on the nicehash calculator.
Look at http://www.whattomine.com
Use cex.io as a btc wallet, payment straight out into gbp no issue at all.
How much cash can you make in an average month on a gtx1070 by mining
#36
Just.Wondering
Glix
Just.Wondering
Decharvinator
Just.Wondering
ddaann_99
Cracking deal. See second hand 1070s selling for North of £400 all the time. This will be ideal to add to my mining rig... :{
I'm running a few different cards at the moment 2 x1080ti, 4 x rx480, 1 x 470, 1 x 1050ti and a 1070, the 1070 does around 450 sols (palit super jetstream) so around £2.70 a day at current prices.
Forgive my ignorance. I know nothing about mining. Does it not cost you more in electricity?
As it happens no, real cost is around 10 to 20 percent of money generated for electricity costs , so around 80 percent profit.
You've got your calculations upside down. It's 80% cost and 20% profit pre fees. You need to first catch up to ROI, which is getting further and further away, then you need to find somewhere that doesn't take a chunk of your BTC, and then good luck getting it into GBP. #Forever HODL
You couldn't be more wrong sadly :) look on the nicehash calculator.
Look at http://www.whattomine.com
Use cex.io as a btc wallet, payment straight out into gbp no issue at all.

How so? I have 2 pc's setup on nicehash. The actual returns are lower than their projected even though my rates are higher. I'm actually going to switch off the HD7850 miner as its about to hit the cost of powering it. It's like dagger is the only one worth mining atm, bonus if your card can dual mine, my 780 can just about do it, but changing the intensity doesn't seem to shift it in the way I want.
I'll check out cex.io though thanks.

Edited By: Glix on Jul 06, 2017 23:05
#37
robodan918
Just.Wondering
Glix
Just.Wondering
Decharvinator
Just.Wondering
ddaann_99
Cracking deal. See second hand 1070s selling for North of £400 all the time. This will be ideal to add to my mining rig... :{
I'm running a few different cards at the moment 2 x1080ti, 4 x rx480, 1 x 470, 1 x 1050ti and a 1070, the 1070 does around 450 sols (palit super jetstream) so around £2.70 a day at current prices.
Forgive my ignorance. I know nothing about mining. Does it not cost you more in electricity?
As it happens no, real cost is around 10 to 20 percent of money generated for electricity costs , so around 80 percent profit.
You've got your calculations upside down. It's 80% cost and 20% profit pre fees. You need to first catch up to ROI, which is getting further and further away, then you need to find somewhere that doesn't take a chunk of your BTC, and then good luck getting it into GBP. #Forever HODL
You couldn't be more wrong sadly :) look on the nicehash calculator.
Look at http://www.whattomine.com
Use cex.io as a btc wallet, payment straight out into gbp no issue at all.
How much cash can you make in an average month on a gtx1070 by mining

Depends, I'd say average around £2.40 a day, not a great deal, but if you leave it running while not gaming, well you could easily self finance your PC.
#38
Glix
Just.Wondering
Glix
Just.Wondering
Decharvinator
Just.Wondering
ddaann_99
Cracking deal. See second hand 1070s selling for North of £400 all the time. This will be ideal to add to my mining rig... :{
I'm running a few different cards at the moment 2 x1080ti, 4 x rx480, 1 x 470, 1 x 1050ti and a 1070, the 1070 does around 450 sols (palit super jetstream) so around £2.70 a day at current prices.
Forgive my ignorance. I know nothing about mining. Does it not cost you more in electricity?
As it happens no, real cost is around 10 to 20 percent of money generated for electricity costs , so around 80 percent profit.
You've got your calculations upside down. It's 80% cost and 20% profit pre fees. You need to first catch up to ROI, which is getting further and further away, then you need to find somewhere that doesn't take a chunk of your BTC, and then good luck getting it into GBP. #Forever HODL
You couldn't be more wrong sadly :) look on the nicehash calculator.
Look at http://www.whattomine.com
Use cex.io as a btc wallet, payment straight out into gbp no issue at all.
How so? I have 2 pc's setup on nicehash. The actual returns are lower than their projected even though my rates are higher. I'm actually going to switch off the HD7850 miner as its about to hit the cost of powering it.

Well 2 hd 7850 are where things are not working out for you, for example a tweaked / efficient rx480 is around 110 Watts per hour, so 2 in a pc system would be around 350 Watts(full system 2 cards) , that would generate around £4 currently a day.... The maths is there for all to see, just hit up the links and buy power efficiency cards, not old, clapped out gas guzzlers

Edited By: Just.Wondering on Jul 06, 2017 23:07
1 Like #39
Just.Wondering
Decharvinator
Just.Wondering
Decharvinator
Just.Wondering
ddaann_99
Cracking deal. See second hand 1070s selling for North of £400 all the time. This will be ideal to add to my mining rig... :{
I'm running a few different cards at the moment 2 x1080ti, 4 x rx480, 1 x 470, 1 x 1050ti and a 1070, the 1070 does around 450 sols (palit super jetstream) so around £2.70 a day at current prices.
Forgive my ignorance. I know nothing about mining. Does it not cost you more in electricity?
As it happens no, real cost is around 10 to 15 percent of money generated for electricity costs , so around 85 to 90 percent profit.
Sounds cool. Just looked at a brief guide. Doesn't look too complicated. I've currently got a GTX 980TI which I'm going to sell as I've just ordered this. May give it a little go to see what ass the fuss is about. Any recommendations for a beginner? Thanks in advance!

It's easy enough to do, you need a bit coin wallet to mine to, look at http://www.whattomine.com and consider nicehash.com software for super easy setup, you could be earning money within the next 20 minutes.


Thanks for the advice! Appreciate it.
1 Like #40
Just.Wondering
robodan918
Just.Wondering
Glix
Just.Wondering
Decharvinator
Just.Wondering
ddaann_99
Cracking deal. See second hand 1070s selling for North of £400 all the time. This will be ideal to add to my mining rig... :{
I'm running a few different cards at the moment 2 x1080ti, 4 x rx480, 1 x 470, 1 x 1050ti and a 1070, the 1070 does around 450 sols (palit super jetstream) so around £2.70 a day at current prices.
Forgive my ignorance. I know nothing about mining. Does it not cost you more in electricity?
As it happens no, real cost is around 10 to 20 percent of money generated for electricity costs , so around 80 percent profit.
You've got your calculations upside down. It's 80% cost and 20% profit pre fees. You need to first catch up to ROI, which is getting further and further away, then you need to find somewhere that doesn't take a chunk of your BTC, and then good luck getting it into GBP. #Forever HODL
You couldn't be more wrong sadly :) look on the nicehash calculator.
Look at http://www.whattomine.com
Use cex.io as a btc wallet, payment straight out into gbp no issue at all.
How much cash can you make in an average month on a gtx1070 by mining
Depends, I'd say average around £2.40 a day, not a great deal, but if you leave it running while not gaming, well you could easily self finance your PC.
Hmm not bad actually - could help my finance my habit of buying computer parts I don't really need :p
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