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MSI GTX 1070 Sea Hawk X with For Honour or Ghost Recon: Wildlands - £398.99 @ Amazon UK

£398.99 @ Amazon
All In One water-cooled GPU at around the same price as an air-cooled card. Currently cheaper than the MSI Gaming X on Amazon UK. Read More
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All In One water-cooled GPU at around the same price as an air-cooled card.

Currently cheaper than the MSI Gaming X on Amazon UK.
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#1
Doesnt give estimated delivery date.

Edited By: BIGUSHEADUS on Mar 07, 2017 20:48
9 Likes #2
don't need watercooled all we need is a 1070 £300 or below.
#3
BIGUSHEADUS
Doesnt give estimated delivery date.
I would assume because of the current stock levels- I'll give it a few days and expire the deal.
1 Like #4
shahidali47
don't need watercooled all we need is a 1070 £300 or below.
If you can source a new 1070 at £300 then absolutely!
1 Like #5
Used 1080's with loads of warranty are going cheaper than that.
1 Like #6
powerbrick
Used 1080's with loads of warranty are going cheaper than that.
not that I've seen personally

still wouldn't pay more than 250 for the 1070. Vega should continue to make prices across both AMD and NVIDIA's lines lower
#7
robodan918
powerbrick
Used 1080's with loads of warranty are going cheaper than that.
not that I've seen personally
still wouldn't pay more than 250 for the 1070. Vega should continue to make prices across both AMD and NVIDIA's lines lower
On the forums I go on I have. Once sold at that price it will set a precedent for future sales.

Vega is not out until Q2, nothing @GDC so expect late Q2 at that.
1 Like #8
powerbrick
robodan918
powerbrick
Used 1080's with loads of warranty are going cheaper than that.
not that I've seen personally
still wouldn't pay more than 250 for the 1070. Vega should continue to make prices across both AMD and NVIDIA's lines lower
On the forums I go on I have. Once sold at that price it will set a precedent for future sales.
Vega is not out until Q2, nothing @GDC so expect late Q2 at that.
you're probably right but I'm in no rush
I got a decently priced r9 nano right now after my feb upgrade from r9 290
in 8 months to a year, after everything's released, reviewed, returned and refined I'll pick up something better
#9
this is a steal, this is a hybrid system as far as I can remember and having paid 800 for a ftw hybrid 1080 when they first dropped I can say this 1070 for half that is a great deal! 1070 is nearly the same card as the bigger brother and have to say if you OC the card you'll be happy with the water! blah blah blah silicone lottery blah blah buy the damn card
1 Like #10
jaydalawd
this is a steal, this is a hybrid system as far as I can remember and having paid 800 for a ftw hybrid 1080 when they first dropped I can say this 1070 for half that is a great deal! 1070 is nearly the same card as the bigger brother and have to say if you OC the card you'll be happy with the water! blah blah blah silicone lottery blah blah buy the damn card
Utter rubbish.

Edited By: powerbrick on Mar 08, 2017 14:10
#11
Not sure a 1070 need to this extra cooling to be honest, seems like just something else to fail.
1 Like #12
mikedigitales
Not sure a 1070 need to this extra cooling to be honest, seems like just something else to fail.
That's pretty much what I was thinking. It's an interesting novelty, but the 1070 only has a, what, 150w TDP? I think these kind of cooling setups make more sense on x80Ti cards with their ~250w TDPs. I've got a Gigabyte 980Ti Waterforce, but I wouldn't have bothered getting a liquid cooled 970.


That £425 MSI GTX 1080 from Amazon Italy which was on here the other day was a much better deal, in my opinion.

Edited By: matt101101 on Mar 08, 2017 15:35
#13
Wait, is there a blower fan on the card, and another 120mm fan stuck on a rad?

So this will be far noisier than any other 1070, for no reason, since they don't need that kind of cooling. Seems legit.
#14
johnthehuman
Wait, is there a blower fan on the card, and another 120mm fan stuck on a rad?
So this will be far noisier than any other 1070, for no reason, since they don't need that kind of cooling. Seems legit.
The rear fan only cools the VRMs etc, whilst the AIO cools the GPU itself.

Both fans can spin pretty slower (read: quietly) because they're only doing their specific job, as opposed to cooling the whole card.
#15
Nah, a blower cooler has only got two settings - off and loud as all hell.
1 Like #16
Gotta agree with whoever says that this type of cooling is completely unnecessary for a 1070. But then again, people pimp out their ford fiesta so I should not be too surprised. You can get a 1070 around £330 if you are lucky.
#17
Soon 1070 well under 300, this is 400. Cold.
#18
Should be a good fit for my £55 G4560 chip :P

Edited By: utopiangames on Mar 08, 2017 23:58
#19
Ridiculous price for a 1070
1 Like #20
There is, currently, a new 1080 for 425 on HotUkDeals. This card, even with LN2 cooling, cannot beat a stock 1080.

There is little reason (Performance Wise) to pay 400 for the *best* 1070 when the 'worst' 1080 beats it handily.

If you like the concept of water cooled GPU, fine, but you're paying a premium to say you are water cooling your GFX card.
#21
matt101101
mikedigitales
Not sure a 1070 need to this extra cooling to be honest, seems like just something else to fail.
That's pretty much what I was thinking. It's an interesting novelty, but the 1070 only has a, what, 150w TDP? I think these kind of cooling setups make more sense on x80Ti cards with their ~250w TDPs. I've got a Gigabyte 980Ti Waterforce, but I wouldn't have bothered getting a liquid cooled 970.
That £425 MSI GTX 1080 from Amazon Italy which was on here the other day was a much better deal, in my opinion.

Nate1492
There is, currently, a new 1080 for 425 on HotUkDeals. This card, even with LN2 cooling, cannot beat a stock 1080.
There is little reason (Performance Wise) to pay 400 for the *best* 1070 when the 'worst' 1080 beats it handily.
If you like the concept of water cooled GPU, fine, but you're paying a premium to say you are water cooling your GFX card.

I actually agree with both of you- I personally just own an air-cooled 1070 partially due to the low TDP. However, for what is being offered, I believe this stands as a very good deal for those who feel the need to buy a water-cooled GPU.

Edited By: ILuvDealZ on Mar 09, 2017 17:35: Grammar
1 Like #22
ILuvDealZ
matt101101
mikedigitales
Not sure a 1070 need to this extra cooling to be honest, seems like just something else to fail.
That's pretty much what I was thinking. It's an interesting novelty, but the 1070 only has a, what, 150w TDP? I think these kind of cooling setups make more sense on x80Ti cards with their ~250w TDPs. I've got a Gigabyte 980Ti Waterforce, but I wouldn't have bothered getting a liquid cooled 970.
That £425 MSI GTX 1080 from Amazon Italy which was on here the other day was a much better deal, in my opinion.
Nate1492
There is, currently, a new 1080 for 425 on HotUkDeals. This card, even with LN2 cooling, cannot beat a stock 1080.
There is little reason (Performance Wise) to pay 400 for the *best* 1070 when the 'worst' 1080 beats it handily.
If you like the concept of water cooled GPU, fine, but you're paying a premium to say you are water cooling your GFX card.
I actually agree with both of you- I personally just own an air-cooled 1070 partially due to the low TDP. However, for what is being offered, I believe this stands as a very good deal for those who feel the need to buy a water-cooled GPU.
Oh yeah, no doubt about it; this is a good price for any liquid cooled GTX 1070. Hell, pre-1080Ti announcement this would have been a decent price for any 1070.

However, liquid cooled 1070s (unless somehow you manage to get one for equal to or less than a well priced normal 1070) are a pretty pointless purchase. I totally understand liquid cooling an x80Ti or Titan card, but x70 cards just don't use enough power/produce enough heat to bother with the expense and complication of a liquid cooling setup.
#23
ILuvDealZ
matt101101
mikedigitales
Not sure a 1070 need to this extra cooling to be honest, seems like just something else to fail.
That's pretty much what I was thinking. It's an interesting novelty, but the 1070 only has a, what, 150w TDP? I think these kind of cooling setups make more sense on x80Ti cards with their ~250w TDPs. I've got a Gigabyte 980Ti Waterforce, but I wouldn't have bothered getting a liquid cooled 970.
That £425 MSI GTX 1080 from Amazon Italy which was on here the other day was a much better deal, in my opinion.
Nate1492
There is, currently, a new 1080 for 425 on HotUkDeals. This card, even with LN2 cooling, cannot beat a stock 1080.
There is little reason (Performance Wise) to pay 400 for the *best* 1070 when the 'worst' 1080 beats it handily.
If you like the concept of water cooled GPU, fine, but you're paying a premium to say you are water cooling your GFX card.
I actually agree with both of you- I personally just own an air-cooled 1070 partially due to the low TDP. However, for what is being offered, I believe this stands as a very good deal for those who feel the need to buy a water-cooled GPU.

If you value being able to say "I have a water cooled GPU" over *actual GPU performance* then fine, buy this.

If you want good looks, water cooling, or ... I don't really know... I can't think of a legit reason to pay so much more here.

You are literally sacrificing *AT LEAST* 30% less performance for the ability to put *water in your case*.

I mean, really, I just can't see the reason to buy this at 398.99.

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