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PNY NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1080 XLR8 OC Edition £530.00 @ Amazon.fr

£530.00 @ Amazon France
Finally ordered a Nvidia GTX 1080 graphics card after waiting until Black Friday/Cyber Monday and being thoroughly disappointed. The only good deal was the £499.99 Gigabyte from ebuyer and I missed it… Read More
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Finally ordered a Nvidia GTX 1080 graphics card after waiting until Black Friday/Cyber Monday and being thoroughly disappointed. The only good deal was the £499.99 Gigabyte from ebuyer and I missed it.

Anyways, this is the next best and cheapest Geforce 1080 GPU I could find. Conversion rate including delivery works out to around £530-£550 which is £100 cheaper than anywhere else for this card. It's among the fastest 1080s with a core clock of 1708MHz and boost 1848MHz

Don't hang around: it's currently on order with stock due on December 2nd (this Friday) so I imagine the price will go up again soon or when stock arrives.

Full specifications: http://www.pny.com/geforce-gtx-1080-xlr8-gaming-oc
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1 Like #1
I think the 1080ti is rumoured to be released in January. Worse case scenario is the 1080 will go down in price.
1080 is a nice card. What monitors are you using with this?
1 Like #2
mojo5110
I think the 1080ti is rumoured to be released in January. Worse case scenario is the 1080 will go down in price.
1080 is a nice card. What monitors are you using with this?
Yeah the 1080ti will be out soon. It'll be priced around £800 and replace the titan in that price bracket. The 1080s wont change much in price until AMD release something that competes. I've gone for the Dell S2716dg monitor (2K resolution 144Hz Gsync)
#3
I've also been waiting for a 1080 deal like you and I missed the £499.99 1080 deal as I'd spent all my money on other black Friday deals :p

I was annoyed about missing it but not too bothered now as there are much better 1080 cards and it was a blower so probably quite noisy/hot.

This looks like a good deal but haven't heard much feedback about PNY cards. Can anyone that owns one or knows about them give us their 2 cents?

I've seen a few decent prices for Asus Strix, Palit GameRock and Zotac Amp so was considering going for them. Not amazing deals but still fairly good prices for good cards with positive feedback.

Monitor: BenQ XL2430T 1080p 144hz

Edited By: jpclarke13 on Nov 29, 2016 17:04
#4
I'm still not convinced X)
3 Likes #5
mojo5110
I think the 1080ti is rumoured to be released in January. Worse case scenario is the 1080 will go down in price.
1080 is a nice card. What monitors are you using with this?


Yeah it comes out January, so I image the 1080 will reduce by around £5 going by the current trends of UK retailers the mother truckers.
1 Like #6
jpclarke13
I've also been waiting for a 1080 deal like you and I missed the £499.99 1080 deal as I'd spent all my money on other black Friday deals :p
I was annoyed about missing it but not too bothered now as there are much better 1080 cards and it was a blower so probably quite noisy/hot.
This looks like a good deal but haven't heard much feedback about PNY cards. Can anyone that owns one or knows about them give us their 2 cents?
I've seen a few decent prices for Asus Strix, Palit GameRock and Zotac Amp so was considering going for them. Not amazing deals but still fairly good prices for good cards with positive feedback.
Monitor: BenQ XL2430T 1080p 144hz
isn't the gtx 1080 overkill for 1080 resolution? It can run some games at 4k with max settings close to 60 fps..... you'll be hitting 200+ fps in for the rest of 2017! :O
1 Like #7
PNY are a tried and tested brand, certainly not the most popular, but still relatively mainstream. this is good value for a 1080. the titan xp is about 30% better than the 1080 at best, and if the 1080ti matches the titan performance and is £800, it's 50% more expensive. So don't spend you life waiting for the next gpu. if you are determined to get the ti and honestly believe it's out in January, consider getting an Amazon warehouse 1080 and return within 30 days to tide you over Christmas, and if you get it at the right price you might decide it fulfills your needs.
#8
excellent. ordered 2 many thanks. using my no fee euro mastercard i think it will come out at just under £1050 delivered. So about £525 each. Hope they come with the free game.

just spotted they come with a code to download watchdogs

Edited By: yoshi on Nov 29, 2016 19:15
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JC2MULTIPLAYER000
jpclarke13
I've also been waiting for a 1080 deal like you and I missed the £499.99 1080 deal as I'd spent all my money on other black Friday deals :p
I was annoyed about missing it but not too bothered now as there are much better 1080 cards and it was a blower so probably quite noisy/hot.
This looks like a good deal but haven't heard much feedback about PNY cards. Can anyone that owns one or knows about them give us their 2 cents?
I've seen a few decent prices for Asus Strix, Palit GameRock and Zotac Amp so was considering going for them. Not amazing deals but still fairly good prices for good cards with positive feedback.
Monitor: BenQ XL2430T 1080p 144hz
isn't the gtx 1080 overkill for 1080 resolution? It can run some games at 4k with max settings close to 60 fps..... you'll be hitting 200+ fps in for the rest of 2017! :O

They need a low of power for a solid 144 FPS, with all the bells and whistles :)

Edited By: rev6 on Nov 29, 2016 19:12
#10
Does anyone know if these come with the high speed bridge or is that a separate purchase?
#11
yoshi
Does anyone know if these come with the high speed bridge or is that a separate purchase?
pretty sure all sli bridges are bought separately
#12
they used to come in the boxes on some cards. im sure my 680s had bridges as i don't remember buying any. i think your right in this case however so i will look to buy one as i believe it makes quite a difference from the old single ribbon.

Edited By: yoshi on Nov 29, 2016 19:19
#13
yoshi
they used to come in the boxes on some cards. im sure my 680s had bridges as i don't remember buying any. i think your right in this case however so i will look to buy one as i believe it makes quite a difference from the old single ribbon.
maybe you'll find one with your motherboard packaging? Tbh I don't know all that much about sli but this explains some of the differences with the new high bandwidth (HB) bridge https://youtu.be/A91BPapLK38?t=3m16s
#14
I have an nvidia 3 slot Hb bridge I can sell for £35 delivered, if anyone's interested I'll start a fs thread
1 Like #15
JC2MULTIPLAYER000
jpclarke13
I've also been waiting for a 1080 deal like you and I missed the £499.99 1080 deal as I'd spent all my money on other black Friday deals :p
I was annoyed about missing it but not too bothered now as there are much better 1080 cards and it was a blower so probably quite noisy/hot.
This looks like a good deal but haven't heard much feedback about PNY cards. Can anyone that owns one or knows about them give us their 2 cents?
I've seen a few decent prices for Asus Strix, Palit GameRock and Zotac Amp so was considering going for them. Not amazing deals but still fairly good prices for good cards with positive feedback.
Monitor: BenQ XL2430T 1080p 144hz
isn't the gtx 1080 overkill for 1080 resolution? It can run some games at 4k with max settings close to 60 fps..... you'll be hitting 200+ fps in for the rest of 2017! :O

I agree in most cases it would be but I want to be able to play BF1 and future high paced multiplayer games at 144hz consistently. I.e minimum fps above 144 at maxed out settings. I checked benchmarks for BF1 and 1070 averaged just above 144fps but still dipped below 144 sometimes. So 1080 meets requirements and hopefully a bit more future proof too :D

Still undecided on this deal. I think returns could be a pain if i needed to return. Also if I only buy 1 now and decide to buy a 2nd to SLI further down the line this card is not very popular and is likely to be unavailable. Asus/MSI perhaps even Zotac/Palit will be popular for a long time.

Edited By: jpclarke13 on Nov 29, 2016 20:43
#16
mojo5110
I think the 1080ti is rumoured to be released in January. Worse case scenario is the 1080 will go down in price.
1080 is a nice card. What monitors are you using with this?
Running Triple Surround.
2 x dell 4k p2415Q
1x Asus Rof swift 1440p 144Hz

Runs them smoothly with the 8GB Vram no problem
1 Like #17
The day ATI/AMD release a decent high-end card that competes the prices will plummet on this and the 1070 (and the upcoming 1080ti).

Nvidia have no reason to adjust their pricing as no viable alternative for the high end.

Until that day (which may never happen) this is about the best price we can ever hope of getting.
#18
Went up in price and came down again. Still so tempted...I might just buy it :D
#19
MrMiyazaki
Went up in price and came down again. Still so tempted...I might just buy it :D


Gone back up. Didn't buy it :|

Edit: wrong seller was selected. Same price

Edited By: MrMiyazaki on Dec 01, 2016 18:09: I'm an idiot
#20
Guys be sure to keep checking Amazon warehouse. I just got a as new MSI 1080 x for £470! Up until Sunday you get 20% discount on top of the listed price. They are very scarce but if you regularly check you may get lucky. I must have checked 20+ times before seeing one.

Yes it's a used card but fulfilled by Amazon and in most cases just an open box return.
1 Like #21
Surprised this wasn't hotter...seems better than the Black Friday ebuyer deal that a lot of people missed.

After the transaction fee from HSBC, it came to £545. (Would've been £528 with a 0% card).

I'm going to sell watchdogs 2, so it should come to around £515...ebuyer sell this for £669.78. This is a superior card to the £499 deal, and only £15 more. Mine is arriving tomorrow 8)
#22
i'm still awaiting a despatch date. I ordered with a zero rate card so the price was indeed around £528 each (don't know exactly yet as i've not been charged due to the delay)
#23
yoshi
i'm still awaiting a despatch date. I ordered with a zero rate card so the price was indeed around £528 each (don't know exactly yet as i've not been charged due to the delay)
let me know how they perform when they arrive! I ended up cancelling my order as I mistakenly thought my card had a 0% rate - almost wish I hadn't now as I'm still without a GPU for my new build :(
1 Like #24
yoshi
i'm still awaiting a despatch date. I ordered with a zero rate card so the price was indeed around £528 each (don't know exactly yet as i've not been charged due to the delay)


In that case, if you were to sell watchdogs for £30, you'd be getting it for around £500 which is a pretty great price! I'm not too fussed at spending at extra £15 though..

Surprised you haven't got a dispatch email..maybe I was lucky, but they sent mine on the 5th.
Now I'm thinking of completely rebuilding my PC :O

Edit: mine just arrived 

Edited By: MrMiyazaki on Dec 08, 2016 18:27: Edit

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