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XFX R9 Fury Graphics Card £289.99 @ Amazon

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#1
Great card, it's just the 4GB that puts me off.
#2
noiren
Great card, it's just the 4GB that puts me off.
Same but it has some pretty good memory management if you look at benchmarks that usually take more vram.
#3
Anyone know whats regarded as the best fury? XFX, Sapphire Nitro, Gigabyte or Asus Strix?
#4
Ahhh fiddlesticks no dvi output. nice price though
#6

I wouldn't listen to Reddit ever in PC stuff half the rubbish rumours these day are born on Reddit.

The Sapphire OC one is best out the box, but the differences are meh and it comes down to price.
#7
noiren
Great card, it's just the 4GB that puts me off.

This card is no where near powerfull to need over 4gb and still be able to run at 60fps.

Are people aware you can unlock the fury to either full fury x or 3840 cores.

http://wccftech.com/amd-r9-fury-unlocked-to-fury-x-new-cuinfo-tool/

Edited By: keepitonthelow on Sep 05, 2016 16:47
1 Like #8
keepitonthelow
noiren
Great card, it's just the 4GB that puts me off.
This card is no where near powerfull to need over 4gb and still be able to run at 60fps.
Are people aware you can unlock the fury to either full fury x or 3840 cores.http://wccftech.com/amd-r9-fury-unlocked-to-fury-x-new-cuinfo-tool/
"This card is no where near powerful to need over 4GB"
Okay but a RX 480 8GB has some decent gains over the 4GB version so what you just said is false lmao.
#9
Muffinss
keepitonthelow
noiren
Great card, it's just the 4GB that puts me off.
This card is no where near powerfull to need over 4gb and still be able to run at 60fps.
Are people aware you can unlock the fury to either full fury x or 3840 cores.http://wccftech.com/amd-r9-fury-unlocked-to-fury-x-new-cuinfo-tool/
"This card is no where near powerful to need over 4GB"
Okay but a RX 480 8GB has some decent gains over the 4GB version so what you just said is false lmao.


but don't forget that the memory runs at a slower speed on the 4gb Re x 480
#10
Gkains
Muffinss
keepitonthelow
noiren
Great card, it's just the 4GB that puts me off.
This card is no where near powerfull to need over 4gb and still be able to run at 60fps.
Are people aware you can unlock the fury to either full fury x or 3840 cores.http://wccftech.com/amd-r9-fury-unlocked-to-fury-x-new-cuinfo-tool/
"This card is no where near powerful to need over 4GB"
Okay but a RX 480 8GB has some decent gains over the 4GB version so what you just said is false lmao.
but don't forget that the memory runs at a slower speed on the 4gb Re x 480
Not much slower though is it?
Anyway the Fury X beat the 1070 by 25 fps in Vulkan Doom.
That's quite a large margin which would probably place this card on par. So future APIs will make better use of the untapped power in the fury and fury x


Edited By: Muffinss on Sep 05, 2016 17:32: -
#11
Muffinss
Gkains
Muffinss
keepitonthelow
noiren
Great card, it's just the 4GB that puts me off.
This card is no where near powerfull to need over 4gb and still be able to run at 60fps.
Are people aware you can unlock the fury to either full fury x or 3840 cores.http://wccftech.com/amd-r9-fury-unlocked-to-fury-x-new-cuinfo-tool/
"This card is no where near powerful to need over 4GB"
Okay but a RX 480 8GB has some decent gains over the 4GB version so what you just said is false lmao.
but don't forget that the memory runs at a slower speed on the 4gb Re x 480
Not much slower though is it?
Anyway the Fury X beat the 1070 by 25 fps in Vulkan Doom.
That's quite a large margin which would probably place this card on par. So future APIs will make better use of the untapped power in the fury and fury x



Quite a bit slower, like 13% The rx480 is also bottlenecked by memory bandwidth so it makes quite a difference to overall performance.

Fury will run out of memory on a handful of games on ultra settings. You'll need to go down to very high or high textures in those circumstances.

You guys decide if that is an issue... Overall the Fury sits nicely between the 1070 and the 1060 in price and performance. Nothing really competes for just under 300 quid. If you have 70 quid more then get the 1070.
#12
Doogeh
Muffinss
Gkains
Muffinss
keepitonthelow
noiren
Great card, it's just the 4GB that puts me off.
This card is no where near powerfull to need over 4gb and still be able to run at 60fps.
Are people aware you can unlock the fury to either full fury x or 3840 cores.http://wccftech.com/amd-r9-fury-unlocked-to-fury-x-new-cuinfo-tool/
"This card is no where near powerful to need over 4GB"
Okay but a RX 480 8GB has some decent gains over the 4GB version so what you just said is false lmao.
but don't forget that the memory runs at a slower speed on the 4gb Re x 480
Not much slower though is it?
Anyway the Fury X beat the 1070 by 25 fps in Vulkan Doom.
That's quite a large margin which would probably place this card on par. So future APIs will make better use of the untapped power in the fury and fury x
Quite a bit slower, like 13% The rx480 is also bottlenecked by memory bandwidth so it makes quite a difference to overall performance.
Fury will run out of memory on a handful of games on ultra settings. You'll need to go down to very high or high textures in those circumstances.
You guys decide if that is an issue... Overall the Fury sits nicely between the 1070 and the 1060 in price and performance. Nothing really competes for just under 300 quid. If you have 70 quid more then get the 1070.
If the 480 is bottlenecked by memory bandwidth how is the 1070 when its got 100GB/s less than advertised.
1 Like #13
keepitonthelow
noiren
Great card, it's just the 4GB that puts me off.

This card is no where near powerfull to need over 4gb and still be able to run at 60fps.

Are people aware you can unlock the fury to either full fury x or 3840 cores.

http://wccftech.com/amd-r9-fury-unlocked-to-fury-x-new-cuinfo-tool/


Not all cards can be unlocked. My XFX fury being one of them
#14
Reviews seem to suggest it commonly suffers from coil whine. Something to note if you're sensitive to noise.
#15
Can AMD just release Vega already? The wait is painful. So tempted to buy this but I know there's always something better around the corner. Probably the worst time to buy a GPU as there are many DirectX12 games coming out but nobody has figured out how to make best use of the API. Some games favour AMD some NVIDIA or rather it matches AMD performance. GTX 1070 prices are coming down and it's perfect for DX11 but DX12, not sure. Decisions decisions......
1 Like #16
If the 480 is bottlenecked by memory bandwidth how is the 1070 when its got 100GB/s less than advertised.

Taken from: http://www.hardwareluxx.de/index.php/artikel/hardware/grafikkarten/39615-amd-radeon-rx-480-im-test.html?start=25
The benchmarks are clear: the increase in memory bandwidth by 15% affects in a performance gain 7-11 % . This is quite remarkable , especially when you make yourself fully aware that the card would move ahead of some competitors . However, the alternatives in the design of the Radeon RX 480 are difficult.

So stock core clock w/ 15% memory overclock gave 7-11% performance increase.

As to the reason for the 1070 not being memory bottle necked, where to start... Significantly better memory compression and completely different architecture/memory controllers would be my first answer :/

Edited By: Doogeh on Sep 05, 2016 18:51
#17
Doogeh
If the 480 is bottlenecked by memory bandwidth how is the 1070 when its got 100GB/s less than advertised.
Taken from: http://www.hardwareluxx.de/index.php/artikel/hardware/grafikkarten/39615-amd-radeon-rx-480-im-test.html?start=25
The benchmarks are clear: the increase in memory bandwidth by 15% affects in a performance gain 7-11 % . This is quite remarkable , especially when you make yourself fully aware that the card would move ahead of some competitors . However, the alternatives in the design of the Radeon RX 480 are difficult.
So stock core clock w/ 15% memory overclock gave 7-11% performance increase.
As to the reason for the 1070 not being memory bottle necked, where to start... Significantly better memory compression and completely different architecture/memory controllers would be my first answer :/
I wanna know how they got to 2300Mhz. Driver locks it to maximum 2200 doesnt it?
https://devtalk.nvidia.com/default/topic/954019/cuda-programming-and-performance/gtx-1070-cuda-mem-performance-thread/
The 1070 is significantly more powerful than the RX 480 are you sure the compression has that much of an impact?

Edited By: Muffinss on Sep 05, 2016 19:09
banned#18
jmax1
Ahhh fiddlesticks no dvi output. nice price though



Just get an adapter
#19
xela333
jmax1
Ahhh fiddlesticks no dvi output. nice price though

Just get an adapter
Not that easy for dual link.
You need an active adaptor for that :(
#20
Muffinss
Gkains
Muffinss
keepitonthelow
noiren
Great card, it's just the 4GB that puts me off.
This card is no where near powerfull to need over 4gb and still be able to run at 60fps.
Are people aware you can unlock the fury to either full fury x or 3840 cores.http://wccftech.com/amd-r9-fury-unlocked-to-fury-x-new-cuinfo-tool/
"This card is no where near powerful to need over 4GB"
Okay but a RX 480 8GB has some decent gains over the 4GB version so what you just said is false lmao.
but don't forget that the memory runs at a slower speed on the 4gb Re x 480
Not much slower though is it?
Anyway the Fury X beat the 1070 by 25 fps in Vulkan Doom.
That's quite a large margin which would probably place this card on par. So future APIs will make better use of the untapped power in the fury and fury x
AMD fans all seem to be futurists! ;)
#21
Muffinss
The 1070 is significantly more powerful than the RX 480 are you sure the compression has that much of an impact?
We don't need to guess. We can see the numbers. We saw it last generation, as well - how do you think the 960 almost kept up with the 380 despite a 128-bit memory interface?
#22
Muffinss
Gkains
Muffinss
keepitonthelow
noiren
Great card, it's just the 4GB that puts me off.
This card is no where near powerfull to need over 4gb and still be able to run at 60fps.
Are people aware you can unlock the fury to either full fury x or 3840 cores.http://wccftech.com/amd-r9-fury-unlocked-to-fury-x-new-cuinfo-tool/
"This card is no where near powerful to need over 4GB"
Okay but a RX 480 8GB has some decent gains over the 4GB version so what you just said is false lmao.
but don't forget that the memory runs at a slower speed on the 4gb Re x 480
Not much slower though is it?
Anyway the Fury X beat the 1070 by 25 fps in Vulkan Doom.
That's quite a large margin which would probably place this card on par. So future APIs will make better use of the untapped power in the fury and fury x
http://www.pcgamer.com/doom-benchmarks-return-vulkan-vs-opengl/2/

GTX 1070 beats Fury X at 1080P Ultra in Vulkan, and is just behind at 1440P Ultra - although still beating the Fury. (As the Fury at nearly 300W uses roughly double the wattage of the 1070, that's about half the performance per watt.)

And this seems to be the absolute best possible benchmark for the Fury. Other results are mixed at best - there are even situations where a 750 Ti outperforms a Fury.

Finally, it's worth noting that the Fury is not exactly an "overclocker's dream". ;)
#23
BetaRomeo
Muffinss
Gkains
Muffinss
keepitonthelow
noiren
Great card, it's just the 4GB that puts me off.
This card is no where near powerfull to need over 4gb and still be able to run at 60fps.
Are people aware you can unlock the fury to either full fury x or 3840 cores.http://wccftech.com/amd-r9-fury-unlocked-to-fury-x-new-cuinfo-tool/
"This card is no where near powerful to need over 4GB"
Okay but a RX 480 8GB has some decent gains over the 4GB version so what you just said is false lmao.
but don't forget that the memory runs at a slower speed on the 4gb Re x 480
Not much slower though is it?
Anyway the Fury X beat the 1070 by 25 fps in Vulkan Doom.
That's quite a large margin which would probably place this card on par. So future APIs will make better use of the untapped power in the fury and fury x
http://www.pcgamer.com/doom-benchmarks-return-vulkan-vs-opengl/2/

GTX 1070 beats Fury X at 1080P Ultra in Vulkan, and is just behind at 1440P Ultra - although still beating the Fury. (As the Fury at nearly 300W uses roughly double the wattage of the 1070, that's about half the performance per watt.)

And this seems to be the absolute best possible benchmark for the Fury. Other results are mixed at best - there are even situations where a 750 Ti outperforms a Fury.

Finally, it's worth noting that the Fury is not exactly an "overclocker's dream". ;)


Maybe not an overclockers dream but I have managed an extra 13% out of mine
#24
BetaRomeo
Muffinss
Gkains
Muffinss
keepitonthelow
noiren
Great card, it's just the 4GB that puts me off.
This card is no where near powerfull to need over 4gb and still be able to run at 60fps.
Are people aware you can unlock the fury to either full fury x or 3840 cores.http://wccftech.com/amd-r9-fury-unlocked-to-fury-x-new-cuinfo-tool/
"This card is no where near powerful to need over 4GB"
Okay but a RX 480 8GB has some decent gains over the 4GB version so what you just said is false lmao.
but don't forget that the memory runs at a slower speed on the 4gb Re x 480
Not much slower though is it?
Anyway the Fury X beat the 1070 by 25 fps in Vulkan Doom.
That's quite a large margin which would probably place this card on par. So future APIs will make better use of the untapped power in the fury and fury x
http://www.pcgamer.com/doom-benchmarks-return-vulkan-vs-opengl/2/
GTX 1070 beats Fury X at 1080P Ultra in Vulkan, and is just behind at 1440P Ultra - although still beating the Fury. (As the Fury at nearly 300W uses roughly double the wattage of the 1070, that's about half the performance per watt.)
And this seems to be the absolute best possible benchmark for the Fury. Other results are mixed at best - there are even situations where a 750 Ti outperforms a Fury.
Finally, it's worth noting that the Fury is not exactly an "overclocker's dream". ;)

Not sure about a 750ti beating a fury. I had come from a highly overclocked 970 1550 on boost and my fury beats it hands down in fact it beats a gtx 980. Mine has been unlock to 3800 cores. So much hate for AMD all the time right now a 1070 is way out of my price range and the 1060 not good enough for my needs
#25
keepitonthelow
Not sure about a 750ti beating a fury. I had come from a highly overclocked 970 1550 on boost and my fury beats it hands down in fact it beats a gtx 980.
Have you tried it in SteamOS, perchance? :p
#26
BetaRomeo
keepitonthelow
Not sure about a 750ti beating a fury. I had come from a highly overclocked 970 1550 on boost and my fury beats it hands down in fact it beats a gtx 980.
Have you tried it in SteamOS, perchance? :p


yeah because most people game on Linux right
#27
I see no market for this card.

The 980ti is sitting at around £300 quid. The 1070 is around £350 and the 1060 is around £230.

The 1060 is slightly behind, while the 1070 and the 980ti are way ahead of the Fury card.

This price is good for the Fury, but it isn't good for the GFX market.

not to mention the 300W power this card takes.
2 Likes #28
Nate1492
I see no market for this card.

The 980ti is sitting at around £300 quid. The 1070 is around £350 and the 1060 is around £230.

The 1060 is slightly behind, while the 1070 and the 980ti are way ahead of the Fury card.

This price is good for the Fury, but it isn't good for the GFX market.

not to mention the 300W power this card takes.


link me a 980 ti at 300 pls
#29
Nate1492
I see no market for this card.
The 980ti is sitting at around £300 quid. The 1070 is around £350 and the 1060 is around £230.
The 1060 is slightly behind, while the 1070 and the 980ti are way ahead of the Fury card.
This price is good for the Fury, but it isn't good for the GFX market.
not to mention the 300W power this card takes.

You'll really struggle to get a 980 Ti second hand for £300 let alone new. Believe me I've tried on eBay for the past 3 months so you're talking nonsense. Cheapest 980 Ti non-reference start from £350. 1070's start at around £370 so your numbers are all off.
#30
Coulomb_Barrier
Nate1492
I see no market for this card.
The 980ti is sitting at around £300 quid. The 1070 is around £350 and the 1060 is around £230.
The 1060 is slightly behind, while the 1070 and the 980ti are way ahead of the Fury card.
This price is good for the Fury, but it isn't good for the GFX market.
not to mention the 300W power this card takes.
You'll really struggle to get a 980 Ti second hand for £300 let alone new. Believe me I've tried on eBay for the past 3 months so you're talking nonsense. Cheapest 980 Ti non-reference start from £350. 1070's start at around £370 so your numbers are all off.

Do you even look at this website before posting and calling people's posts 'nonsense'?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/palit-nvidia-geforce-gtx-980-ti-super-jetstream-gpu-320-00-amazon-2498153
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/zotac-geforce-gtx-980ti-ocuk-319-99-free-delivery-even-delivery-pick-up-2498182
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/kfa2-geforce-gtx-1070-8192mb-gddr5-pci-express-graphics-card-349-99-incl-p-p-overclockers-2506734
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gainward-gtx1070-dual-fan-8gb-from-scan-349-99-free-p-p-2504661

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Zotac-GeForce-GTX-980-Ti-AMP-edition-/201663214362?hash=item2ef410731a:g:fpEAAOSwFV9XzzgS
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/EVGA-GeForce-GTX-980-Ti-SC-GAMING-ACX-2-0-06G-P4-4995-KR-/222238046649?hash=item33be6b79b9:g:2y4AAOSw8oFXydPi

Let me guess, you didn't *actually* look before making any of your statements?
#31
ok so 300 turned into 320 somehow and also you posted the only two deals in existence nice m8 10/10
#32
Nate1492
Coulomb_Barrier
Nate1492
I see no market for this card.
The 980ti is sitting at around £300 quid. The 1070 is around £350 and the 1060 is around £230.
The 1060 is slightly behind, while the 1070 and the 980ti are way ahead of the Fury card.
This price is good for the Fury, but it isn't good for the GFX market.
not to mention the 300W power this card takes.
You'll really struggle to get a 980 Ti second hand for £300 let alone new. Believe me I've tried on eBay for the past 3 months so you're talking nonsense. Cheapest 980 Ti non-reference start from £350. 1070's start at around £370 so your numbers are all off.
Do you even look at this website before posting and calling people's posts 'nonsense'?http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/palit-nvidia-geforce-gtx-980-ti-super-jetstream-gpu-320-00-amazon-2498153http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/zotac-geforce-gtx-980ti-ocuk-319-99-free-delivery-even-delivery-pick-up-2498182http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/kfa2-geforce-gtx-1070-8192mb-gddr5-pci-express-graphics-card-349-99-incl-p-p-overclockers-2506734http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gainward-gtx1070-dual-fan-8gb-from-scan-349-99-free-p-p-2504661http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Zotac-GeForce-GTX-980-Ti-AMP-edition-/201663214362?hash=item2ef410731a:g:fpEAAOSwFV9XzzgShttp://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/EVGA-GeForce-GTX-980-Ti-SC-GAMING-ACX-2-0-06G-P4-4995-KR-/222238046649?hash=item33be6b79b9:g:2y4AAOSw8oFXydPi
Let me guess, you didn't *actually* look before making any of your statements?

Lol none of your links are £300. Are you following?

Even the second hand links are not £300.
#33
Coulomb_Barrier

Lol none of your links are £300. Are you following?
Even the second hand links are not £300.

You have some allergy to the truth?
http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/Graphics-Video-Cards/27386/i.html?_from=R40&_sop=15&_nkw=geforce+980+ti

What about the 1070 being 350? Conveniently you ignored that too, right?

Can't admit you are wrong, can you? There are plenty of second hand links for the 980 ti under 300, those are the buy it now links, check the auctions.

The card is selling new for 319/320 and that'st he high point anyway.

Cheapest 980 Ti non-reference start from £350. 1070's start at around £370 so your numbers are all off.

Guess you are happy keeping that lie as long as you can pretend the postage puts the 'buy it now' I linked at 302.80.

Whatever. Your loss. As long as no one listens to your pricing fiction, I don't care.
#34
Nate1492
Coulomb_Barrier

Lol none of your links are £300. Are you following?
Even the second hand links are not £300.
You have some allergy to the truth?http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/Graphics-Video-Cards/27386/i.html?_from=R40&_sop=15&_nkw=geforce+980+ti
What about the 1070 being 350? Conveniently you ignored that too, right?
Can't admit you are wrong, can you? There are plenty of second hand links for the 980 ti under 300, those are the buy it now links, check the auctions.
The card is selling new for 319/320 and that'st he high point anyway.
Cheapest 980 Ti non-reference start from £350. 1070's start at around £370 so your numbers are all off.
Guess you are happy keeping that lie as long as you can pretend the postage puts the 'buy it now' I linked at 302.80.
Whatever. Your loss. As long as no one listens to your pricing fiction, I don't care.

OMG this is the last reply I'm making to you as you're being deliberately obtuse.

That link you provide does not show any 980 Ti for £300 aside from ones from US sellers. If you buy those, you have to pay £60 on top import tax. Are you following?

The UK auctions showing 980 Ti's currently at prices under £300 HAVEN'T FINISHED. Do you know how eBay works? The prices on those will end at over £300 after bidding.

Secondly, the GTX 1070s aren't '350', the absolute cheapest one you can find is £359.99:

https://skinflint.co.uk/?fs=gtx+1070&in=

Stop wasting people's time with your false claims. Good bye.
#35
Coulomb_Barrier
Nate1492
Coulomb_Barrier

Lol none of your links are £300. Are you following?
Even the second hand links are not £300.
You have some allergy to the truth?http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/Graphics-Video-Cards/27386/i.html?_from=R40&_sop=15&_nkw=geforce+980+ti
What about the 1070 being 350? Conveniently you ignored that too, right?
Can't admit you are wrong, can you? There are plenty of second hand links for the 980 ti under 300, those are the buy it now links, check the auctions.
The card is selling new for 319/320 and that'st he high point anyway.
Cheapest 980 Ti non-reference start from £350. 1070's start at around £370 so your numbers are all off.
Guess you are happy keeping that lie as long as you can pretend the postage puts the 'buy it now' I linked at 302.80.
Whatever. Your loss. As long as no one listens to your pricing fiction, I don't care.
OMG this is the last reply I'm making to you as you're being deliberately obtuse.
That link you provide does not show any 980 Ti for £300 aside from ones from US sellers. If you buy those, you have to pay £60 on top import tax. Are you following?
The UK auctions showing 980 Ti's currently at prices under £300 HAVEN'T FINISHED. Do you know how eBay works? The prices on those will end at over £300 after bidding.
Secondly, the GTX 1070s aren't '350', the absolute cheapest one you can find is £359.99:https://skinflint.co.uk/?fs=gtx+1070&in=
Stop wasting people's time with your false claims. Good bye.
I get it, you are wrong and want to be loud about it so I stop posting.

Again, here is the Geforce 1070 for sub 350. On this website. It's as if you don't actually use this website. Your skinflint site you are linking doesn't do a very thorough search.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gainward-gtx1070-dual-fan-8gb-from-scan-349-99-free-p-p-2504661

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/kfa2-geforce-gtx-1070-8192mb-gddr5-pci-express-graphics-card-349-99-incl-p-p-overclockers-2506734

And I'm pretty sure you don't actually understand how ebay works.

Here is a list of all the Geforce 980ti's sold for less than £300.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/Graphics-Video-Cards/27386/i.html?_sop=15&_from=R40&LH_Complete=1&LH_Sold=1&_nkw=geforce%20980ti&_dcat=27386&rt=nc&LH_ItemCondition=3000&_trksid=p2045573.m1684

But feel free to be rude/incredulous while I list facts and backup my statements.
#36
Coulomb_Barrier

Lol none of your links are £300. Are you following?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gigabyte-geforce-gtx-980-ti-xtreme-classic-6gb-gddr5-ebuyer-299-99-2508331

Hey look at that, yet again, you were proven wrong about your pricing.

Guess that's a tough one to swallow?
#37
Nate1492
Coulomb_Barrier

Lol none of your links are £300. Are you following?
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gigabyte-geforce-gtx-980-ti-xtreme-classic-6gb-gddr5-ebuyer-299-99-2508331
Hey look at that, yet again, you were proven wrong about your pricing.
Guess that's a tough one to swallow?
Looks like its your lucky day, haven't seen any other 980 TI's at 300.
#38
Muffinss
Nate1492
Coulomb_Barrier

Lol none of your links are £300. Are you following?
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gigabyte-geforce-gtx-980-ti-xtreme-classic-6gb-gddr5-ebuyer-299-99-2508331
Hey look at that, yet again, you were proven wrong about your pricing.
Guess that's a tough one to swallow?
Looks like its your lucky day, haven't seen any other 980 TI's at 300.

Lucky day? Used and New market drives each other.

The 980 tis have been hovering sub 300 on ebay and sub 320 new. Stating that 980tis are running at 'no less than £350' is just straight out lies.

Luck has nothing to do with it, it's knowledge and experience.

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