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MSI GTX 1060 6GT OC Graphics Card £238.99 w/next day delivery! @ overclockers

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Cheapest price i could find for a card without fancy LED's and is at a reasonable price for the new 1060. Backed by msi's 3 year warranty and also overclocked out of the box however the display ports
penguinman93 Avatar16h, 47m agoFound 16 hours, 47 minutes ago5 Comments
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JimBobJr
next day delivery, when its in stock.
Cold. As a preorder you can also get an Inno3D one for £129.99
Overclockers have said they expect to receive their stock of the card on the 29th so on Friday. the same day the card you mentioned is also expected to be in stock. The Inno3D card whilst being £10 cheaper and I would like to think the MSI card has a longer warranty and will most likely have better cooling as the board is not a reference design and has two fans.
It's still a perfectly good card, I however would personally prefer the MSI card.
At £238.99 i'd go for an EVGA card but thats personal preference and it carries the same warranty, albeit with a single fan cooler and slightly slower clocks but i take your point.
JimBobJr
next day delivery, when its in stock.
Cold. As a preorder you can also get an Inno3D one for £129.99

Overclockers have said they expect to receive their stock of the card on the 29th so on Friday. the same day the card you mentioned is also expected to be in stock. The Inno3D card whilst being £10 cheaper and I would like to think the MSI card has a longer warranty and will most likely have better cooling as the board is not a reference design and has two fans.

It's still a perfectly good card, I however would personally prefer the MSI card.
Just Wondering
JimBobJr
next day delivery, when its in stock.
Cold. As a preorder you can also get an Inno3D one for £129.99
Where? A 1060 for a 129.99?
Overclockers

EDIT: Sorry realised i said £129.99, i meant £229.99 oO

Edited By: JimBobJr on Jul 27, 2016 23:07
JimBobJr
next day delivery, when its in stock.
Cold. As a preorder you can also get an Inno3D one for £129.99

Where? A 1060 for a 129.99?
next day delivery, when its in stock.

Cold. As a preorder you can also get an Inno3D one for £229.99

Edited By: JimBobJr on Jul 27, 2016 23:06
361

Palit GeForce GTX 1070 Dual 8192MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card £359.99 overclockers

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Absolute steal. This is going for less than most second hand 980ti's, and provide more performance, at lower power. Free Shipping no less! It has better DX12 performance and VR specific functionality
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Spark
The_Hoff
Spark

You just went full nerd.
I have a mate who often bangs on about teraflops and I'll tell you what I tell him. Please don't go full nerd.
In a nutshell mate, don't bother with multiple graphics cards - just get one that's powerful enough to achieve 60fps in the titles you play, or achieves 40ish if you're using a monitor with freesync/g-sync.
Oh I would never touch SLI or CrossFire in a million years. I think anybody who does stuff like that is insane and it's just a waste of money really.
Only reason to do multi-GPU and genuinely reap the rewards is ETH mining with AMD cards in Crossfire. You can genuinely have your rig to pay for itself that way...

I thought the costs of electricity in this country outweighed the benefits of that.
Spark
The_Hoff
Spark

You just went full nerd.
I have a mate who often bangs on about teraflops and I'll tell you what I tell him. Please don't go full nerd.
In a nutshell mate, don't bother with multiple graphics cards - just get one that's powerful enough to achieve 60fps in the titles you play, or achieves 40ish if you're using a monitor with freesync/g-sync.
Oh I would never touch SLI or CrossFire in a million years. I think anybody who does stuff like that is insane and it's just a waste of money really.

Only reason to do multi-GPU and genuinely reap the rewards is ETH mining with AMD cards in Crossfire. You can genuinely have your rig to pay for itself that way...
fishmaster
neoaisac
Awesome pick. At 8GB is one of the favorites for a Xbox replacement.
Awesome thanks. I bought one of these plugged in to my TV and nothing happened, it has some weird power connector thing, I'm trying to work out how you plug it in the mains socket. I didn't even get any game controllers with it, wtf is that all about?
Oops, yes. I forgot to mention. It also serves as a PS replacement. But not as a brain replacement. You should probably choose something else.


Edited By: neoaisac on Jul 28, 2016 13:23
BlockABoots
This is a real good price considering what they have been but i think ill hold out, i can see the main stream manufactures coming down in price to around £320-£350 in the next few weeks which is what the RRP has been all along!

No. £360 is basically the base MSRP in this country - $379 /1.31 (GBP/USD) + 20% VAT + shipping to retailer.

We wont see close to £300 unless the pound recovers significantly.

Unfortunately this IS the base RRP in the UK.

Edited By: jono8 on Jul 28, 2016 13:07
back up to 379.99, expired
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Radeon Fury NITRO 4096MB HBM PCI-Express Graphics Card with Backplate £299.99 @ OCL

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This is a pretty fast GPU, good for the price imo.
beastlyhax Avatar5d, 16h agoFound 5 days, 16 hours ago33 Comments
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Ordered one today, here tomorrow.

If anybody is after a R9 290 drop me a PM. Great for mining/gaming.
​Cool thanks for the update. At the moment I'm using a R9 280 and it's great at 2560x1080 but on a 3440x1440 monitor you can notice the upscale in games like rise of the tomb raider. In optimised games like gta v I'm getting an average of 50 fps at 3440x1440 with everything on high except grass. Similar situation in payday 2, wwe 2k16 (60 fps), fifa 15 battlefield 4 and a few others.

The GTX 1070 is a beast at 3440x1440 from the benchmarks I've seen. Getting 60 FPS in latest games with high settings and average 45 fps on ultra or maximum settings in games like witcher 3.

Currently you can get one for £379 as mentioned before but only thing concerning me is how the drivers will mature in the future like 4 years down the line. Nvidia track record with the 780ti is a great example.

Where as AMD GPUs from older generations are still great performers. Problem is AMD haven't given a answer to the GTX 1070 but a RX 490 listed was leaked. I'm hoping it's not a dual GPU as crossfire support is terrible.
TapMyButtons
millar5002
I have not used a 1060 and never used a fury but I did have 970 strix overclocked (faster than a stock 1060) and currently use a Fury X (a little faster than a Fury) and can say for sure the 970 comes nowhere near the performance of the Fury x at high res (I game 3440x1440).
So I imagine the same will apply for 1060 v Fury.
If you want to play dx11 games at 1080p for the next couple of years then you may as well get a 1060. Otherwise you would be crazy not to go for the fury for only a little more. For a decent 1060 your looking around £280.
​What games do you play at 3440x1440 and what's your average fps? I've considered the R9 fury x many times for ultrawide 1440p but it's cheaper to get the palit game rock gtx 1070 which is currently £379.

I get a locked 60 fps on probably 95% of games I play at the minute but only because I lower graphics settings if need be to achieve a 60fps lock with no or minimal dips. Realistically if you want to play real graphic intensive games maxed out on ultra at 3440x1440 you need 2 Fury X's in crossfire but I find games still look great at this res with 1 Fury X even with slightly lowered settings.

Recent games I have been playing...

Battlefield 1 beta (high preset) 60fps

Doom (high preset) 60fps

GTA V (mixture of medium and ultra) 60 fps

Metro 2033 (mixture of medium and ultra) 60 fps

Project Cars (mixture of low and high) 55 - 60 fps but looks worse because of some dodgy frame times since the VR update.

ROTR (bad performance no matter what unless I turn off shadows, can only recommend 1080p Ultra with this card unfortunately)

Total War Warhammer (mixture of medium and high) 60fps during battles, 45 - 55 fps during campaign map.

Witcher 3 (mix of medium and ultra) 60fps

Compared to the 970 strix, that card could not even run 2560x1080 decently. Not used a 1070 yet and no idea of its performance at 1440p ultrawide but at that price its definitely worth a look if your OK with Nvidia's extreme planned obsolescence business model.
millar5002
I have not used a 1060 and never used a fury but I did have 970 strix overclocked (faster than a stock 1060) and currently use a Fury X (a little faster than a Fury) and can say for sure the 970 comes nowhere near the performance of the Fury x at high res (I game 3440x1440).

So I imagine the same will apply for 1060 v Fury.

If you want to play dx11 games at 1080p for the next couple of years then you may as well get a 1060. Otherwise you would be crazy not to go for the fury for only a little more. For a decent 1060 your looking around £280.


​What games do you play at 3440x1440 and what's your average fps? I've considered the R9 fury x many times for ultrawide 1440p but it's cheaper to get the palit game rock gtx 1070 which is currently £379.
I have the XFX vision of this Card brought from OCuK clearance Sale around 250 had a look and was just damaged box works perfect so was lucky :)

Running this card with 4770k and 16GB ram on a 1440P screen
Rust fully maxed 70-90FPS
Overwatch fully maxed 70fps *note have it capped*
Big upgrade from my AMD 380
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Sapphire Radeon RX 480 Nitro+ 4096MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card at Overclockers for £209.89 delivered

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The first of the custom RX480 graphics cards have been released - Sapphire have the 4GB model at £199 + delivery at Overclockers. There is an 8GB version for £239 and an OC 8GB version for £249: htt…
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I find it funny that people went from a simple tech discussion on a deal to being embroiled in deep political discussion XD. Anyway I think overclockers prices won't be as good so I'm waiting till Novatech and eBuyer come out with some prices on this :)
Mine just got dispatched (4GB version)
Will wait for the price to drop below £200 with free game.
Here we go, review in german of the 4gb and 8gb model. They oc'd the 4gig model to 1415mhz, not too shabby

https://www.computerbase.de/2016-07/sapphire-radeon-rx-480-nitro-oc-test/3/#diagramm-call-of-duty-black-ops-iii-1920-1080
Agharta
bigbloke
Let's agree to disagree because irrespective of the oil futures fluctuation, the massive drop in the value of the currency effects the price of EVERYTHING.
I didn't see that we had been disagreeing as I was just pointing out that oil and other traded commodities are more complex with regard pricing fluctuations. RAM is also a traded commodity which is why its pricing fluctuates in ways that most other PC components don't.
But I do now disagree when you say that EVERYTHING is now affected by the value of the pound dropping as it doesn't necessarily impact goods which aren't imported.

But goods are also exported.

Of course the value of the pound versus the dollar impacts all pricing.

The price of delivering goods goes up, the price to purchase imported goods goes up, if your item has ANY gas involved in manufacture (plastic) transport (oil) or pretty much anything... It will absolutely be impacted by the value of the pound.

It may be a smaller impact, but certainly an impact.
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KFA2 GEFORCE GTX 1070 EX OC 8192MB GDDR5 PCI-EXPRESS GRAPHICS CARD £379.99 Delivered from Overclockers

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Best price around for a GTX 1070 with a decent aftermarket cooler I think. Includes free next day delivery. "KFA2 GeForce GTX 1070 EX OC 8192MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card" Get stuck into silky…
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genericjim101
"Student discount plus a few other things.
A parcel from a mate marked as a gift and from a low risk country is unlikely to gather and kind of attention or suspicion unless it's sent by an overnight insured courier"
Not able to share? How do you get a student discount on a gtx 1070? I'm not sure the US is low risk but he said he'd be willing to do it. I'm a college student but not uni.
US is definitely a low risk country when it comes to the UK post office. Unless your mail is scanned and looks like it might contain cash, narcotics or weapons then nobody at Mount Pleasant is going to care.
For Amazon student discount you just need an NUS Extra card which, as a college student, you should be eligible for. It would get you 5% off a GPU.

I'm guessing the other strings are someone working at Amazon with a staff discount.

My friend would help but I'm not sure what to fill in on the forms like value and such, can you pm me with any advice for importing? He's a bit of an **** and joked about wrapping it in EU flag paper, but I don't think my post would get scanned.

EVGA have international warranty too, so I'd get one of those, although Zotac have 5 years which is nice.
K1LLER HORNET
hitman007
How do you find 3440x1440? Which monitor did you go for, and would you recommend it?
K1LLER HORNET
archermav
I'm tempted at this price. My monitor is a 3440x1440, I was holding out for the 1080, but struggling to justify the price point. I'm still on a GTX 770.
archermav
Spark
archermav
I'm tempted at this price. My monitor is a 3440x1440, I was holding out for the 1080, but struggling to justify the price point. I'm still on a GTX 770.
That's a lot to push. I'm surprised you've stuck with a 770 for so long on this monitor tbh. A 1080 is probably better for you.
Only playing RO2 at present, and it runs ok. Not bought any newer titles due to lack of graphic power. I've hung on a bit as even the 980ti didn't seem capable.
I have the same resolution display and a 980ti. Runs everything perfectly. Getting 80-110 fps in Doom. Over 100 in Bioshock Infinite and Titanfall. Need to try some others but amazing so far.
The 980ti sits right between the 1070 & 1080.
I can't believe you have a 770 running that display. I usually upgrade both monitor and gpu at the same time if required.
Acer X34A 3440x1440 100Hz G Sync £900
It's the best you can buy right now. If you can afford the insane cost then certainly go for it. It's amazing. Yeah. I was just going by my card against reviews. A stock reference scenario puts the 1070 ahead.
Although I really hate that review. The graphs have no specific figures on them. Incredibly annoying.

Aftermarket 980Ti vs aftermarket 1070 is an awkward comparison because Pascal cards can't really be overclocked.
hitman007
How do you find 3440x1440? Which monitor did you go for, and would you recommend it?
K1LLER HORNET
archermav
I'm tempted at this price. My monitor is a 3440x1440, I was holding out for the 1080, but struggling to justify the price point. I'm still on a GTX 770.
archermav
Spark
archermav
I'm tempted at this price. My monitor is a 3440x1440, I was holding out for the 1080, but struggling to justify the price point. I'm still on a GTX 770.
That's a lot to push. I'm surprised you've stuck with a 770 for so long on this monitor tbh. A 1080 is probably better for you.
Only playing RO2 at present, and it runs ok. Not bought any newer titles due to lack of graphic power. I've hung on a bit as even the 980ti didn't seem capable.
I have the same resolution display and a 980ti. Runs everything perfectly. Getting 80-110 fps in Doom. Over 100 in Bioshock Infinite and Titanfall. Need to try some others but amazing so far.
The 980ti sits right between the 1070 & 1080.
I can't believe you have a 770 running that display. I usually upgrade both monitor and gpu at the same time if required.

Acer X34A 3440x1440 100Hz G Sync £900
It's the best you can buy right now. If you can afford the insane cost then certainly go for it. It's amazing.



Yeah. I was just going by my card against reviews. A stock reference scenario puts the 1070 ahead.
Although I really hate that review. The graphs have no specific figures on them. Incredibly annoying.

Edited By: K1LLER HORNET on Jul 23, 2016 12:27
archermav
Do you find yourself asking "should I have just bit the bullet on the 1080?"

No. For what little extra performance it would have given me at 2k, I don't think a 500-600 quid purchase is justified.

I'd rather just disable AA and get the frames up that way if I really have to. It is pretty much everything out though apart from GTA V. With Hairworks off and everything else maxed in The Witcher 3 I get 60-80fps at 1440p whereas my 970 never would have come close to that.
Do you find yourself asking "should I have just bit the bullet on the 1080?"
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Corsair K95 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard RRP £144.99 now £69.95 + £10.50 del @ Overclockers.co.uk

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Older model of the Corsair K95 Mechanical Keyboard for ~£70, better than half price on RRP
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These have a huge issue with LEDs shorting, as none of the LEDs are protected against electrostatic discharge; I know cos I had one.
The RGB model was redesigned, and all the LEDs are shielded.
my led version is still fine ive got a k70 led , ive read more about the rgb leds breaking and having loads of rma's on the ocuk forum
512 colors.
Not a reds fan myself but this is a fantastic deal.
great price for a great keyboard
This is a good price but the RRP is a complete lie, mine was £120 from PC world and from Corsair it was between £105-£115 depending where your from.
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Radeon Fury NITRO 4096MB HBM £299.99 Delivered @ OverClockersUK

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If you're looking at a card sub £250, get the RX480, but if you want sub £300, don't bother looking at the new Nvidia 1060 which is £320 for one with a decent cooler on, just get the R9 Fury. 1060 is…
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alexrose1uk
A lot of complaints on release that 4GB VRAM wouldn't be enough, especially for new games/4K wouldn't be enough and would cause hitching and other performance issues. whether it is via HBM or superior compression the 4GB fury do not seem to suffer as you would expect.
There is often a sense of hysteria around RAM sizes with graphics cards.
As long as the amount of RAM matches the performance level of the GPU I don't see an issue.
The Fury was never gonna run demanding games at 4K with very high settings so 4GB is fine.


​problem being is some newer games can consume over 4GB even at 1080p!
This is back instock now so needs unexpiring
alexrose1uk
A lot of complaints on release that 4GB VRAM wouldn't be enough, especially for new games/4K wouldn't be enough and would cause hitching and other performance issues. whether it is via HBM or superior compression the 4GB fury do not seem to suffer as you would expect.
There is often a sense of hysteria around RAM sizes with graphics cards.
As long as the amount of RAM matches the performance level of the GPU I don't see an issue.
The Fury was never gonna run demanding games at 4K with very high settings so 4GB is fine.
A lot of complaints on release that 4GB VRAM wouldn't be enough, especially for new games/4K wouldn't be enough and would cause hitching and other performance issues. whether it is via HBM or superior compression the 4GB fury do not seem to suffer as you would expect.
powerbrick
Agharta
alexrose1uk
By all accounts the Nitro boards have a redesigned PCB rather than reference and thus overclock more than usual 10-15% not being unrealistic. That in itself makes it worth considering. I myself am waiting to check the custom 480s as the 1060s performance isn't as hot in DX12 as AMD at a similar cost, and if throttling is resolved with an extra 10-20% performance on top those custom 480s could be substantially nippier than reference.
Definitely makes sense to wait for the custom RX 480 boards as the reference design is pants.
Here's a review of the Sapphire/R9_Fury_Tri-X_OC which doesn't have much O/C headroom but maybe this model is better!https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Sapphire/R9_Fury_Tri-X_OC/33.html
but there are no AIB boards....oh stock where art thou?
Is there an official date for release? They are missing the boat with the 1060 now available for the same price as a reference 480 8GB.

AIB = add-in-board so they are all AIBs just that the custom AIBs are MIA.
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GeForce GTX 1060 Dual 6144MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card @ Overclockers UK £249.99

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Here's the specs > Core Clock: 1506MHz Boost Clock: 1708MHz Memory: 6144MB 8008MHz GDDR5 Stream Processors: 1280 VR Ready PhysX/CUDA Enabled 2 Years Warranty. Let's have a fight over which is better…
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polarbaba
they did not want to honour my warranty past the first year ( 13 months from purchase, 36 months warranty) and tried everything possible to get out of it. including lying by senior management.
hope they've improved and no-one else had my experience!.
cheers.
Since when are retailers reposnsible for warranties after 12 months?


​this warranty was sold as to be honored by ebuyer.
I contacted the manufacturer as well who said the same thing.
BetaRomeo
Agharta
You can buy custom 1060 Boards from £230 today so how much are the (poor) reference RX 480 boards today?
I see the £240 from eBuyer now, but where are they £230?! Submit that, it's sure to go hot!

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/inno3d-geforce-gtx-1060-compact-x1-6144mb-gddr5-pci-express-graphics-card-gx-06b-in.html
Agharta
You can buy custom 1060 Boards from £230 today so how much are the (poor) reference RX 480 boards today?
I see the £240 from eBuyer now, but where are they £230?! Submit that, it's sure to go hot!
polarbaba
they did not want to honour my warranty past the first year ( 13 months from purchase, 36 months warranty) and tried everything possible to get out of it. including lying by senior management.
hope they've improved and no-one else had my experience!.
cheers.
Since when are retailers reposnsible for warranties after 12 months?
How long ago was this? What did they lie about?
polarbaba
they did not want to honour my warranty past the first year ( 13 months from purchase, 36 months warranty) and tried everything possible to get out of it. including lying by senior management.
hope they've improved and no-one else had my experience!.
cheers.
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Nvidia GTX 1060 now available £238.99 @ OCUK

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ENTRY LEVEL PRICE – HIGH-END VR EXPERIENCES WITH THE GEFORCE GTX 1060 AND SINGLE PASS STEREO. MADE FOR THE LATEST AND GREATEST GAMES 1080p and 1440p gaming has never been so fluid at such a low pric…
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That is VERY expensive. Looks like it is overpriced by around £100.
It needs to be said... Graphic cards are a rip-off
rob5110
I've been doing some research on this myself (hence the not-well received post :) ).
This Nvidia 1060 seems to be in direct competition to the ATI 480. They seem fairly similar in price and speed, with the 1060 being slightly more powerful, but the 480 seems to handle Direct X 12 (DX12) better. More and more games will be DX12 probably, as it's supported natively in the XBox One, meaning easy porting between systems.
Anyway, depends on the boys requirements - his current setup is fine, but these should go down in price, although i don't think they'll go down hugely - even in a year, they'll probably be £180. They know their price points and they don't really reduce cards below that.
The 1070 is a fair bit more powerful, but is £160 more expensive.
Good luck...

ATI? oO Those were the days :)
I've been doing some research on this myself (hence the not-well received post :) ).
This Nvidia 1060 seems to be in direct competition to the ATI 480. They seem fairly similar in price and speed, with the 1060 being slightly more powerful, but the 480 seems to handle Direct X 12 (DX12) better. More and more games will be DX12 probably, as it's supported natively in the XBox One, meaning easy porting between systems.

Anyway, depends on the boys requirements - his current setup is fine, but these should go down in price, although i don't think they'll go down hugely - even in a year, they'll probably be £180. They know their price points and they don't really reduce cards below that.

The 1070 is a fair bit more powerful, but is £160 more expensive.
Good luck...
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I'm confused with all the cards that are flowing through this site recently. My boy is due an upgrade and he currently has the GTX 960 2GB. It seems to play everything fine at the minute so i guess it's just future proofing? Which one of all these cards would be a good step up?
gtx 1070 is the best value in my opinion compared to cost/power and twice the power or nearly of a gtx960, saying so do not spoil the boy even so you rich or is this for you?? lol. The gtx960 is good card at the moment and 2gb VRAM more than enough in comparison to his max power output
Ah I see. He can keep his 960 until Christmas then. I think this site just pressures people into buying new stuff for no reason :D
Thanks for your time.
correct, but if it is for you , just enjoy life now, lol. Another suggestion is to get the gtx970 (4gbVram) if prices will go down below £150/160 or a gtx980 for max £175. The GTX1060 is only slightly more powerful than the gtx980
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Radeon R9 390 G1 Gaming 8192MB GDDR5, 209£ delivered @ OCL £199.00

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Overclockers have a crazy deal at the moment. You can pick this one up for less than amd r9 480, and it is way faster. See specs: Core: 1025MHz Memory: 8192MB 6000MHz GDDR5 Stream Processors: 2560 D…
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Lucifer_UK

you sound like a fanboy with a flacid argument.... Do you work for Nvidia or something. Ha!

That's your reply? Instead of any thought, you just blindly throw out "oh you must be a fanboy shill, haha!!111!!one".

Guess you aren't worth the effort of an adult conversation.
Nate1492
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Lucifer_UK
OnlyJoeKing
Graham1979
Genuinely better?
​I have a Sapphire R390 Nitro OC edition, and have just bought another to crossfire for about this price. It's a really nice card.
If I was buying new though, I'd buy an RX480. It runs cooler, uses much less power, and as a newer architecture there are probably other advantages I haven't fully grasped. The performance difference really isn't enough to warrant getting the older card imo. Plus we should see reviews for custom RX480's soon and I wouldn't be surprised if they close the gap.
480 was a rushed card because Vega is not ready.
Vega will be the ultimate card.
Recent history... Is not on your side.
AMD have not released a 'killer' card since the 290x.
oh i disagree.... you could argue that at the point of sale their last 'killer' card was the 7990 as at the point of release it was the best pound/performance card of its kind. yes it was far superceeded by the nvidia ti but that nvidia was not there at release of the the 7990
The 480 already hits the performance mark at its price point but is and has always been a filler card for the vega which is next due. And due to the architecture change in the vega, that is set to be the next killer card with HBM 2 which will surely be beaten by the Nvidia 1080ti and next titanesque.... But thus we delve into the murky world of GPU's and their marketing strategies even further....
I flit between them both.... but Nvidia dont give a hoot about their customers - there is a reason why AMD resides in both the xbox 1 and PS4... and that is bang 4 buck, not gloryhole sales.
I'm sorry, but what? The 7990 was not a 'killer card' in any sense of the word.
The reason AMD 'resides' in the xbox 1 and PS4 is because NVIDIA didn't want that low value contract. The margins were very slim. http://www.extremetech.com/gaming/150892-nvidia-gave-amd-ps4-because-console-margins-are-terrible
I just don't see how you can make the assumption the Vega will be a showstopper. AMD haven't released a card that has lived up to it's hype in a VERY long time.
At least since the 290x.
The 3xx series was hugely disappointing, the 480 was a flop out the game, and the Fury/Fury X have been an afterthought.
Also, the 7990 was released April 2013, the 290x was released October 2013.
Even if we agreed the 7990 was even a 'good' card, it doesn't change what I said. (It's really not).


you sound like a fanboy with a flacid argument.... Do you work for Nvidia or something. Ha!
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OnlyJoeKing
Graham1979
Genuinely better?
​I have a Sapphire R390 Nitro OC edition, and have just bought another to crossfire for about this price. It's a really nice card.
If I was buying new though, I'd buy an RX480. It runs cooler, uses much less power, and as a newer architecture there are probably other advantages I haven't fully grasped. The performance difference really isn't enough to warrant getting the older card imo. Plus we should see reviews for custom RX480's soon and I wouldn't be surprised if they close the gap.
480 was a rushed card because Vega is not ready.
Vega will be the ultimate card.
Recent history... Is not on your side.
AMD have not released a 'killer' card since the 290x.
oh i disagree.... you could argue that at the point of sale their last 'killer' card was the 7990 as at the point of release it was the best pound/performance card of its kind. yes it was far superceeded by the nvidia ti but that nvidia was not there at release of the the 7990
The 480 already hits the performance mark at its price point but is and has always been a filler card for the vega which is next due. And due to the architecture change in the vega, that is set to be the next killer card with HBM 2 which will surely be beaten by the Nvidia 1080ti and next titanesque.... But thus we delve into the murky world of GPU's and their marketing strategies even further....
I flit between them both.... but Nvidia dont give a hoot about their customers - there is a reason why AMD resides in both the xbox 1 and PS4... and that is bang 4 buck, not gloryhole sales.

I'm sorry, but what? The 7990 was not a 'killer card' in any sense of the word.

The reason AMD 'resides' in the xbox 1 and PS4 is because NVIDIA didn't want that low value contract. The margins were very slim.

http://www.extremetech.com/gaming/150892-nvidia-gave-amd-ps4-because-console-margins-are-terrible

I just don't see how you can make the assumption the Vega will be a showstopper. AMD haven't released a card that has lived up to it's hype in a VERY long time.

At least since the 290x.

The 3xx series was hugely disappointing, the 480 was a flop out the game, and the Fury/Fury X have been an afterthought.

Also, the 7990 was released April 2013, the 290x was released October 2013.

Even if we agreed the 7990 was even a 'good' card, it doesn't change what I said. (It's really not).
Lucifer_UK
Nate1492
Lucifer_UK
OnlyJoeKing
Graham1979
Genuinely better?
​I have a Sapphire R390 Nitro OC edition, and have just bought another to crossfire for about this price. It's a really nice card.
If I was buying new though, I'd buy an RX480. It runs cooler, uses much less power, and as a newer architecture there are probably other advantages I haven't fully grasped. The performance difference really isn't enough to warrant getting the older card imo. Plus we should see reviews for custom RX480's soon and I wouldn't be surprised if they close the gap.
480 was a rushed card because Vega is not ready.
Vega will be the ultimate card.
Recent history... Is not on your side.
AMD have not released a 'killer' card since the 290x.
oh i disagree.... you could argue that at the point of sale their last 'killer' card was the 7990 as at the point of release it was the best pound/performance card of its kind. yes it was far superceeded by the nvidia ti but that nvidia was not there at release of the the 7990
The 480 already hits the performance mark at its price point but is and has always been a filler card for the vega which is next due. And due to the architecture change in the vega, that is set to be the next killer card with HBM 2 which will surely be beaten by the Nvidia 1080ti and next titanesque.... But thus we delve into the murky world of GPU's and their marketing strategies even further....
I flit between them both.... but Nvidia dont give a hoot about their customers - there is a reason why AMD resides in both the xbox 1 and PS4... and that is bang 4 buck, not gloryhole sales.

Did you just say the 7990 was a killer card? :D
Nate1492
Lucifer_UK
OnlyJoeKing
Graham1979
Genuinely better?
​I have a Sapphire R390 Nitro OC edition, and have just bought another to crossfire for about this price. It's a really nice card.
If I was buying new though, I'd buy an RX480. It runs cooler, uses much less power, and as a newer architecture there are probably other advantages I haven't fully grasped. The performance difference really isn't enough to warrant getting the older card imo. Plus we should see reviews for custom RX480's soon and I wouldn't be surprised if they close the gap.
480 was a rushed card because Vega is not ready.
Vega will be the ultimate card.
Recent history... Is not on your side.
AMD have not released a 'killer' card since the 290x.


oh i disagree.... you could argue that at the point of sale their last 'killer' card was the 7990 as at the point of release it was the best pound/performance card of its kind. yes it was far superceeded by the nvidia ti but that nvidia was not there at release of the the 7990

The 480 already hits the performance mark at its price point but is and has always been a filler card for the vega which is next due. And due to the architecture change in the vega, that is set to be the next killer card with HBM 2 which will surely be beaten by the Nvidia 1080ti and next titanesque.... But thus we delve into the murky world of GPU's and their marketing strategies even further....

I flit between them both.... but Nvidia dont give a hoot about their customers - there is a reason why AMD resides in both the xbox 1 and PS4... and that is bang 4 buck, not gloryhole sales.
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in stock now
Ordered one anyone know when they'll be in Stock? Showed 15th on hover before, doesn't anymore.

Will just need to hunt down a free sync monitor later and I'll be golden.

I'd grab this over 1070 at current prices. Will be plenty for me few years ahead at least.
Would this card with a freesync monitor be a better gaming experience than a 1070 with a non gsync monitor?
milky228
ttttd
Dunno why this isn't hotter. Price:Perf is better than an aftermarket RX480 at £250.
Might have something to do with the gtx 980 being a cooler more power efficient card with incredibly similar benchmarks (and i'm talking reference 980, the EVGA card that's sub zero would out perform this) for the same price, although this site does have a hard on for AMD.
Makes me laugh when people say nvidia are cooler and more power efficient. Yes they may use 20 watts an hour less (but who honestly cares) and my 290x (those cards hotter than hell) tops out at 70 Celsius but only running at 35% fan speed. Now I've seen people benchmarking the 1070 and it hitting above that. Yes bog standard reference cards are hotter for AMD but who buys a reference card
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I'm sure all these cards will be just fine, i have a 770 which according to the charts on this thread is crap but seems to run fine to me. Maybe because i play the games rather than hunching over frame rate charts
Nate1492
vmistery

The chance of a 1060 even the 3gb variety if it materialises being that price for the foreseeable future is around 0. Personally I suspect the 1060 6gb will be around £260 for the non founders edition cards at least for a few months judging by the inflated prices of the 1070/80. My guess is the 480 to fall to about £170 for the 8gb version once the 1060 is around in better numbers. But as we don't know anything about it other than Nvidia marketing like your comment mines all guesswork! As for he 970 being better than the 480 I haven't seen real evidence of that, it seems to vary depending on what game and what resolution. I'd be looking at how they compare in the games I play rather than basing it off a few that reviewers play.

The 970 isn't better than the 480. It is on par, around the same performance.

I don't get why you think the 1060 6gb will be £260 while the 480 will be £170. They are priced as such in the states: $249 and $239 MSRP.

Also, why the doubt on the 1060 3gb? There is other cards at that price point that NVIDIA want to compete with, so why wouldn't they release it?


Have a look at the recommended pricing for the 1070 and what it's currently available for, that's why I think it will be more. I also agree, the 970 and 480 are approximately the same but perform differently in different titles. Nvidia have a better reputation than AMD so I suspect the 480 will have to lower in price soon. I doubt the 3gb card will be released for ages as there are reports of tons of 970s hanging around.
vmistery

The chance of a 1060 even the 3gb variety if it materialises being that price for the foreseeable future is around 0. Personally I suspect the 1060 6gb will be around £260 for the non founders edition cards at least for a few months judging by the inflated prices of the 1070/80. My guess is the 480 to fall to about £170 for the 8gb version once the 1060 is around in better numbers. But as we don't know anything about it other than Nvidia marketing like your comment mines all guesswork! As for he 970 being better than the 480 I haven't seen real evidence of that, it seems to vary depending on what game and what resolution. I'd be looking at how they compare in the games I play rather than basing it off a few that reviewers play.

The 970 isn't better than the 480. It is on par, around the same performance.

I don't get why you think the 1060 6gb will be £260 while the 480 will be £170. They are priced as such in the states: $249 and $239 MSRP.

Also, why the doubt on the 1060 3gb? There is other cards at that price point that NVIDIA want to compete with, so why wouldn't they release it?
Nate1492
Chaz_UK

There's nothing shady about progress is there? And yes, I will be first to admit AMD's performance on DX11 and OpenGL vs Nvidia's offerings was lacking in some titels, not so much in others, but.....http://i.imgur.com/mRihbwa.png
http://i.imgur.com/UFzw0bA.pngI'm not going to completely steal the guys hard work so here is the full video, please to give it a watch to support the creator:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOaHpZjQ73M
We're in a time where all major consoles, and their upcoming revisions (The XBOX One, PS4 and the Nitnendo NX as well as the PC & even Android) will no doubt be taking advantage of the newer rendering technologies bought either with DX12 or Vulkan, and to see older cards performing within a the realms of the current high end stuff in newer titles is something that does excite me, being someone here on a deals site that likes to get as much for his £ as possible, this has me hoping that all consumers will be given the option of buying cheaper and better performing hardware across the board, no matter who the creator is (AMD, Nvidia, Matrox, S3, 3Dfx, PowerVR.... :p ).
I'm here to save money on my purchases, not argue over older DX11 and OpenGL titles so I'm bowing out now. No more shade from me, I promise.

All those charts show is that AMD had terrible open GL performance. I don't see your point at all. The 970, 980, 390, and 480 have all danced around each other in benchmarks. This is nothing new here.

In Open GL, the 480 was losing by over 12 FPS to the 970, in any other benchmark I've seen, the 970 and the 480 were neck and neck.

I don't see how this is a 'good thing' for AMD, they are just showing how terrible they were at Open GL. Repeatedly.

There are plenty of Open GL games out there still.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_OpenGL_programs

If you are happy with that set of games being absolute pants on your 'good value card' and happy that you can *never* switch to Linux with your 'good value card' then more power to you.

But as a consumer, when I see this card priced at 221.99 and I see 970 below that price, and the 980 approaching it... With the 1060 6GB to be the same price and the 1060 3GB to be as low as 140 quid, as a consumer, it's an easy choice.


The chance of a 1060 even the 3gb variety if it materialises being that price for the foreseeable future is around 0. Personally I suspect the 1060 6gb will be around £260 for the non founders edition cards at least for a few months judging by the inflated prices of the 1070/80. My guess is the 480 to fall to about £170 for the 8gb version once the 1060 is around in better numbers. But as we don't know anything about it other than Nvidia marketing like your comment mines all guesswork! As for he 970 being better than the 480 I haven't seen real evidence of that, it seems to vary depending on what game and what resolution. I'd be looking at how they compare in the games I play rather than basing it off a few that reviewers play.
Chaz_UK

There's nothing shady about progress is there? And yes, I will be first to admit AMD's performance on DX11 and OpenGL vs Nvidia's offerings was lacking in some titels, not so much in others, but.....http://i.imgur.com/mRihbwa.png
http://i.imgur.com/UFzw0bA.pngI'm not going to completely steal the guys hard work so here is the full video, please to give it a watch to support the creator:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOaHpZjQ73M
We're in a time where all major consoles, and their upcoming revisions (The XBOX One, PS4 and the Nitnendo NX as well as the PC & even Android) will no doubt be taking advantage of the newer rendering technologies bought either with DX12 or Vulkan, and to see older cards performing within a the realms of the current high end stuff in newer titles is something that does excite me, being someone here on a deals site that likes to get as much for his £ as possible, this has me hoping that all consumers will be given the option of buying cheaper and better performing hardware across the board, no matter who the creator is (AMD, Nvidia, Matrox, S3, 3Dfx, PowerVR.... :p ).
I'm here to save money on my purchases, not argue over older DX11 and OpenGL titles so I'm bowing out now. No more shade from me, I promise.

All those charts show is that AMD had terrible open GL performance. I don't see your point at all. The 970, 980, 390, and 480 have all danced around each other in benchmarks. This is nothing new here.

In Open GL, the 480 was losing by over 12 FPS to the 970, in any other benchmark I've seen, the 970 and the 480 were neck and neck.

I don't see how this is a 'good thing' for AMD, they are just showing how terrible they were at Open GL. Repeatedly.

There are plenty of Open GL games out there still.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_OpenGL_programs

If you are happy with that set of games being absolute pants on your 'good value card' and happy that you can *never* switch to Linux with your 'good value card' then more power to you.

But as a consumer, when I see this card priced at 221.99 and I see 970 below that price, and the 980 approaching it... With the 1060 6GB to be the same price and the 1060 3GB to be as low as 140 quid, as a consumer, it's an easy choice.
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neoaisac
4GB is a bit too low for the price, me thinks. Now I wouldn't be looking at anything under 6GB, and maybe 8GB. Price difference (on offers) is not that much. There have been posted much better spec graphic cards here that have twice the memory as this, for about £60 or £80 more. I think that (unless you're planning to tandem 2 of them together) this is a no.
3.5GB ;)
Battlefield 1 alpha is using 3.8GB on Ultra for me (R9 290) so I'd be weary of anything not 4GB going forward. To be fair, a friend has had no trouble (at least he didn't mention anything) when using his 970 with the alpha.
K1LLER HORNET
neoaisac
4GB is a bit too low for the price, me thinks. Now I wouldn't be looking at anything under 6GB, and maybe 8GB. Price difference (on offers) is not that much. There have been posted much better spec graphic cards here that have twice the memory as this, for about £60 or £80 more. I think that (unless you're planning to tandem 2 of them together) this is a no.
3.5GB ;)
LOL! Edgy stuff.
With the 1060 just around the corner and NVidia promising it will deliver 980 performance I wait for that. As its main competitor is the 480 I'd hope its not priced much higher than these
neoaisac
4GB is a bit too low for the price, me thinks. Now I wouldn't be looking at anything under 6GB, and maybe 8GB. Price difference (on offers) is not that much. There have been posted much better spec graphic cards here that have twice the memory as this, for about £60 or £80 more. I think that (unless you're planning to tandem 2 of them together) this is a no.

3.5GB ;)
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Franken
OOS :(
I'm sorry cant find anything however on the site there is a stock notification, where you only have to put in your email and they will tell you when they arrive :), its just under "add to basket"
Franken
OOS :(
I kri erytim, tell you what I'll have another look and post any other deals for this like this here!
OOS :(
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GeForce GTX 970 DirectCU II OC Strix 4096MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card £218.99 delivered *poss £20 CASHBACK* @ Overclockers

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Great card for a decent price making it £198.99 after cash back. I know the gtx 1060 is just around the corner but it's looking like it's gonna cost quite a bit more than this. If you want an alternat…
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anyone seen any deals on psu ?


​What wattage you after?
brawn279
GTX 970s are going cheap

As you might imagine, GTX 970 prices are going through the floor. Since we're also giving £20 cashback, you can pick one up for a touch over £200. If you've already got 1 970, it's a good time to try SLI!

Shop on Overclockers


Personally I'm waiting for the sapphire rx 480 nitro you guys are getting in. Any news on eta yet? Read rumours it was the 14th of this month.
anyone seen any deals on psu ?
Danger35
I don't understand why this is getting downvoted, it's a great price for a very capable graphics card from a reliable brand. Hot from me.

Because of the 480 and 1060's being released with more VRAM and a brighter future (possibly)

Edited By: rev6 on Jul 06, 2016 21:44
brawn279
GTX 970s are going cheap
As you might imagine, GTX 970 prices are going through the floor. Since we're also giving £20 cashback, you can pick one up for a touch over £200. If you've already got 1 970, it's a good time to try SLI!
Shop on Overclockers

It's never a good time to go multi-GPU, more so with effectively 3.5GB VRAM.
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Hey guys. You get the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 970 Twin Turbo OC GV-N970TTOC-4GD for £199-99€ incl. delivery @ Overclockers. Chip: GM204-200-A1 "Maxwell" • Chip clock: 1101MHz, Boost: 1241MHz • Memory:
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I had this exact card it was very bad, very loud with thermal throttle. Stay well away.
http://www.gigabyte.com/fileupload/product/3/5559/20150728110728_big.png

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I'd personally spend the extra £20 on a card with better cooling. This type of cooler is typically hour and noisy
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I have no idea about technology, so hope this doesn't go as cold as my other gaming deals. Core Clock: 1152MHz Boost Clock: 1252MHz Memory: 4096MB 7010MHz GDDR5 Stream Processors: 2048 SLI Ready Phys…
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Opethian
Wait, the RX480 destroys motherboards? Did I miss something? They're still selling it right?
Genuine question, as I was eyeing the RX480 because of the price point.
I believe the latest driver update has supposably fixed the issue
Wait, the RX480 destroys motherboards? Did I miss something? They're still selling it right?

Genuine question, as I was eyeing the RX480 because of the price point.

Edited By: Opethian on Jul 11, 2016 22:32
JS94
kingpiinx
...."The 1060 shall go in the gap the 980 once was with similar performance at around 300 quid..." Looks like Nvidia just lost out yet again if they think a 1060 will sell for £300 in a world where a 1070 is £30 more or an RX 480 is half that price for almost the same speed....
I keep seeing people mentioning these sub £350 GTX 1070s.
Do they actually exist here in the UK or do I need to follow a rainbow?
Please can I have a link to one that costs less than £380 even. I'm actually interested.

from my understanding they don't exist
kingpiinx
...."The 1060 shall go in the gap the 980 once was with similar performance at around 300 quid..." Looks like Nvidia just lost out yet again if they think a 1060 will sell for £300 in a world where a 1070 is £30 more or an RX 480 is half that price for almost the same speed....

I keep seeing people mentioning these sub £350 GTX 1070s.

Do they actually exist here in the UK or do I need to follow a rainbow?
Please can I have a link to one that costs less than £380 even. I'm actually interested.
GTX 1060 is rumoured to be slightly more powerful than this card and around a similar price point. Expect the 1060 to be around £300 and make your decision based on that.

Great find though, heat added.
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Non reference and good for a mITX system and currently £239:
http://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/zotac-geforce-gtx-1060-mini-zt-p10600a-10l/version.asp
Reviews out today
Price going up by £10 tomorrow.
No speed specs or specific release date.... hopefully the card will be as good as it looks and can be delivered in July.
rev6
Coulomb_Barrier
rev6
Sir_Didymus
aLV426
Sir_Didymus
Too expensive. I expected Sapphires version to come closer to £210-220. This is far too much.
Also notice how they've fixed the Mobo power drain with the 8 pin connector as I said they would. Simple fix.
Care to share how this is a simple fix?
Eh? Is it that hard to understand or something? Reference GPU 6 pin. Partner GPU 8 pin. More pins. More direct power from the PSU. Less issues with drawing power from the Mobo as is the case with the reference 6 pin. 8 pin can do 150w. See how simple it is? You're welcome.
The core voltage seems to be sharing power from both. These cards could have the same problem.
Stop spreading misinformation. This and all the custom partner cards have a totally different PCBs so they won't have that minor problem that has since been fixed in a driver update a few days ago. But yeah, continue trolling by all means ;)
What are you jabbering on about? I said they could have the same problem.
Clearly has their resistance level set too high.
Coulomb_Barrier
rev6
Sir_Didymus
aLV426
Sir_Didymus
Too expensive. I expected Sapphires version to come closer to £210-220. This is far too much.
Also notice how they've fixed the Mobo power drain with the 8 pin connector as I said they would. Simple fix.
Care to share how this is a simple fix?
Eh? Is it that hard to understand or something? Reference GPU 6 pin. Partner GPU 8 pin. More pins. More direct power from the PSU. Less issues with drawing power from the Mobo as is the case with the reference 6 pin. 8 pin can do 150w. See how simple it is? You're welcome.
The core voltage seems to be sharing power from both. These cards could have the same problem.
Stop spreading misinformation. This and all the custom partner cards have a totally different PCBs so they won't have that minor problem that has since been fixed in a driver update a few days ago. But yeah, continue trolling by all means ;)

What are you jabbering on about? I said they could have the same problem.
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For those in need of the latest and greatest (or like me have an oculus or vive about to ship) this seems to be the best deal around (if you can call it a deal!).
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I have to agree with the comments above. Card arrived today. Swapped out two Radeon 7900 cards from about 3 years ago which were as noisy as ****. This is near silent and absolutely smashes my old setup. Quick go on Witcher 3 with the settings way up on my 21:9 34 inch monitor and it was stunning to look at.
Oculus delivered tomorrow - woop!
Not jealous 1 bit :{:(

Edited By: wozukSilencer on Jul 05, 2016 00:59
I have to agree with the comments above. Card arrived today. Swapped out two Radeon 7900 cards from about 3 years ago which were as noisy as ****. This is near silent and absolutely smashes my old setup. Quick go on Witcher 3 with the settings way up on my 21:9 34 inch monitor and it was stunning to look at.

Oculus delivered tomorrow - woop!
I used to have a golden rule to spend no more than £300 on GFX cards. But, for the 1080, a flagship release, £500ish is justifiable.
matedodgy
It's a brilliant card. So nice to play everything on ultra. Totally changes the look and feel of the game. I know £500 is a lot to pay.
Nearly £600 in this case, £700+ for some models!

But like you, £576 for such a card is worth it to me :)
It's a brilliant card. So nice to play everything on ultra. Totally changes the look and feel of the game. I know £500 is a lot to pay.
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eraldo
Brocily
zaniro
cannibalwombat
But... but... it's $200 in the US?!
$229 for 8GB version but still should equal £170.
It should be £204 after tax.
Plus import duty and delivery.
I think everyone is forgetting OCUK also charges a tenner delivery :p Pretty much bang on what we should be paying.
Brocily
zaniro
cannibalwombat
But... but... it's $200 in the US?!
$229 for 8GB version but still should equal £170.
It should be £204 after tax.

Plus import duty and delivery.
MrCollective
Rhythmeister
I don't understand why ALL the RX 480 cards are being voted cold oO

Because they are not deals, they are normal pricing.


​They're only on the market so they've never been any other price oO
Better off waiting for aftermarket variants. Someone apparently strapped a H100i to one and managed an overclock just under 1500mhz, but still said it was limited by the 6 pin connector.
miaomiaobaubau
in violation of specifications, looks like they can be considered all faulty, possibly banned too as it might affect the motherboard: https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/4qfwd4/rx480_fails_pcie_specification/

A lot of cards violate the specifications, doesn't mean the motherboard will blow up. The GTX 960 had the same problem as well, haven't heard of any motherboards being destroyed because of it.

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  • Virtual Reality – VR headsets, Playstation VRs, VR Ready gaming PCs featuring Oculus and Titan technology, along with VR Ready graphics cards and peripherals such as flight sticks, driving wheels and sim units.
  • Gaming – Includes gaming PCs, gaming laptops, 4K gaming equipment, keyboards, mice, gaming headsets, microphones, gaming chairs, clothing themed around specific gaming titles, streaming accessories and backpacks.
  • PC Components – Components used in upgrading or building gaming PCs. Features graphics cards, motherboards, processors, memory, network adapters, SSD drives, HDD drives, power supplies and upgrade bundles.
  • Cases & Modding – Includes standard and custom PC cases, case accessories like fan controllers, card readers, dust filters and drive bay covers, modding equipment such as screws, fan guards and acrylic sheets. Also includes server units.
  • Air Cooling – Features coolers, fans, cooler accessories and fan accessories.
  • Water Cooling – Includes water-cooled hardware, water cooling kits, water blocks, components like pumps and radiators, fittings and liquid nitrogen cooling equipment.
  • Monitors – Different sizes of gaming display, from 20” and below to 30” and above, 4K and Ultra HD displays, curved monitors, super-wide screens and accessories like stands, monitor cables and screen cleaners.
  • Peripherals – Input devices like mice and keyboards, gaming controllers, headsets, speakers, sound cards, external drives, USB flash drives, networking equipment, printers, scanners, batteries and smart plugs.
  • Cables & Adapters – External cables such as firewires, internal power cables, SATA cables, multimedia cables and adapters as well as security locks and cable management tools.

Gaming Monitor on Overclockers.co.ukOverclockers stocks products from the world’s leading gaming brands. Major names available on the site include:

Making a Purchase from Overclockers.co.uk

Before you can complete the transaction at the online store, Overclockers requires every customer to register with their site. This process asks for a few pieces of personal information, and shouldn’t take more than 5 minutes to complete.

Overclockers members have access to Overclockers UK Forums, which has over 130,000 members and is one of the liveliest gaming discussion forums on the web. Forum members also have access to special discounts on deliveries, so membership has some benefits.

Sales at Overclockers

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Overclockers are always offering discounted products. To find the latest offers, the best place to look is the Offers page at their online store. There you can search for deals by brand and product category, and you can also check out the This Week Only Deals.

The firm also takes part in Black Friday, which takes place in November and marks the opening of the festive retail season. They have made a huge push during this season recently, offering many massive reductions.

Payment Methods Accepted by Overclockers

Overclockers currently accepts the following methods of payment at their online store: VISA credit and debit cards, MasterCard and Maestro. Customers can also pay via PayPal and you will find a “Pay With Amazon” button in the shopping trolley as well.

Shipping Options from Overclockers.co.uk

Customers can either choose to have their products delivered to a specific location or they can use DPD pick-up to pick their items up at one of thousands of shops around the country. To find your nearest pick up point, the best option is to check out the DPD Store Finder.

All deliveries are organised by DPD or Royal Mail and come in a number of categories. These include the following options with DPD:

  1. Two day delivery to all areas of the UK.
  2. Next Day Delivery at any time of day. Your DPD driver will send an SMS an hour before they are due to reach the drop-off point.
  3. The 10:00 and 12:00 delivery ensures parcels arrive by 10:00 or 12:00 the next day.
  4. Saturday and Sunday deliveries.

Overclockers also offers two Royal Mail postage classes:

Royal Mail Special Delivery (guaranteed next day delivery before 13:00) and First or Second Class Post. The cost of delivery depends on your delivery address and is clearly displayed in your shopping trolley.

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Returning Items to Overclockers

If you want to return an item that you bought from Overclockers, you have 14 days after receiving the item to begin the returns process. If you make it within the deadline, Overclockers offer a full refund on unopened unwanted products.

Gaming ChassisIf the item is faulty when you receive it, you have 30 days to start the returns process. In that case, you can choose a refund or replacement. If a fault develops within the item’s warranty period, the firm will offer to repair or replace it as requested.

  • To return an item, the first thing you need to do is to contact Overclockers’ Customer Support Team. You can reach them by phone +44 (0)1782 444455 or via the Overclockers Forum.
  • You will need to request an RMA number from Customer Support.
  • Now, place the item(s) in a separate box and package this up as normal. Try to include all of the packaging you received with the initial shipment.

Then send the item(s) to:

  • Overclockers UK
  • Unit 5 Lymedale Cross
  • Lower Milehouse Lane
  • Newcastle-under-Lyme
  • ST5 9EN

The firm recommends using recorded delivery to safeguard the returns process. Refunds and replacements should be processed within one week of the firm receiving the item.

Overclockers’ Social Media Presence

Overclockers has a range of social media accounts, which are one way to contact them or check out their latest products and deals:

The firm also runs the Overclockers Forum which is moderated by the firm’s customer service team. It’s also possible to start a Live Chat with Overclockers staff there if you need to resolve a customer service issue.

Additionally, customers can sign up for the Overclockers Newsletter. This presents new products and deals in a concise and easy to read format.

Contacting Overclockers

You can get in touch with the Overclockers via the hotline at 01782 444455 (8:30-17:30 from Monday to Friday, 9:00-17:00 on Saturdays, closed on Sundays) or fax the customer service team at 01782 565746.

Alternatively, you can write to their Head Office:

  • Overclockers UK (OCUK Ltd)
  • Unit 5 Lymedale Cross
  • Lower Milehouse Lane
  • Newcastle-under-Lyme
  • Staffordshire
  • ST5 9BT
  • United Kingdom

You can visit them in person at their bricks and mortar shop in Newcastle Under Lyme, Staffordshire.

For many simple customer issues, the firm’s online help resources and FAQs will suffice.

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If your PC is falling behind the curve and you need to give it a boost, why not check out the Overclockers store and give it a long overdue update? You can also find all of the firm’s latest discounts on gaming equipment at the HotUKDeals Overclockers listings.