Zotac GeForce GTX 1060 GDDR5 6GB Mini Graphics Card with 5yr warranty £210.92 (with £4.95 delivery and £1 Which? Trial for £20 discount code) @ Laptopsdirect - HotUKDeals
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Zotac GeForce GTX 1060 GDDR5 6GB Mini Graphics Card with 5yr warranty £210.92 (with £4.95 delivery and £1 Which? Trial for £20 discount code) @ Laptopsdirect

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#1
shows £224.98 for me. Still not a bad price
1 Like #2
got the 6gb 1060 palit super jetstream from same place, mind and cancel the which trial once you've used the code for £20 off ;)
#3
Very good price
1 Like #4
Raduc_bu
shows £224.98 for me. Still not a bad price


There is a £20 off code you can get
1 Like #5
Ready to get back in to PC gaming. Going to sell my Xbone and keep PS4 to fund it. But I hear the 1050 and 1050ti are out soon and should be £110-140 and game run most AAA games at 1080p at 60fps+
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*Sloman*
Ready to get back in to PC gaming. Going to sell my Xbone and keep PS4 to fund it. But I hear the 1050 and 1050ti are out soon and should be £110-140 and game run most AAA games at 1080p at 60fps+
Those cards will be fine, but not very future proof. The 1060 6gb will likely still be a good sweet spot, unless you are saving money now with the intention of upgrading in about a year
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Isnt the EVGA Superclocked Edition only £20 more and brings better performance?
1 Like #8
Went for the palit twin fan version from scan for 230 (2 weeks ago)
1 Like #9
*Sloman*
Ready to get back in to PC gaming. Going to sell my Xbone and keep PS4 to fund it. But I hear the 1050 and 1050ti are out soon and should be £110-140 and game run most AAA games at 1080p at 60fps+

A little tip, I use Inputmapper, a Windows program that let's Dualshock 4 work fully on Windows, rumble, touchpad and all, and is brilliantly configurable.

You won't get a better gamepad for the PC.

That last sentence was just put in as bait.
1 Like #10
hamzahuk
Isnt the EVGA Superclocked Edition only £20 more and brings better performance?


Easier to overclock it yourself with a YouTube guide, and you save £20.
#11
can you put xb1 in a pc and use a Kb an mouse hoping someone tec savi can answer
#12
Doubetrader link!
1 Like #13
Two weeks ago i bought this graphic card for 230 on amazon. It was the cheapest available. Good deal. I would recomend the graphic card i can run anything on max specs for now. :D
#14
Chuggee
hamzahuk
Isnt the EVGA Superclocked Edition only £20 more and brings better performance?
Easier to overclock it yourself with a YouTube guide, and you save £20.
yeah i thought about doing that, but, apart from OCing it yourself, i dont think its worth the extra money on a mid-range, i'd rather put it towards a 1160 or something. I'm going with the fast-upgrade mid-spec approach from now on. I got a 770 4gb last time and in hindsight it didnt get the extra lifetime i would expect for the extra cost
#15
lordbr04
can you put xb1 in a pc and use a Kb an mouse hoping someone tec savi can answer
no
#16
Traldera
Chuggee
hamzahuk
Isnt the EVGA Superclocked Edition only £20 more and brings better performance?
Easier to overclock it yourself with a YouTube guide, and you save £20.
yeah i thought about doing that, but, apart from OCing it yourself, i dont think its worth the extra money on a mid-range, i'd rather put it towards a 1160 or something. I'm going with the fast-upgrade mid-spec approach from now on. I got a 770 4gb last time and in hindsight it didnt get the extra lifetime i would expect for the extra cost


thats because you are buying nvidia! go amd for extra lifetime. the 290x is still doing well in recent games. 780 ti not so much
#17
Very nice, tempted to get this to upgrade from the 560ti I have in my 1st gen i7 920 @ 4.0GHz based gaming system

I know I should probably upgrade my CPU and motherboard at some point soon but seems to hold up pretty well still by todays standards in gaming at least. Any recommendations?
#18
hamzahuk
Isnt the EVGA Superclocked Edition only £20 more and brings better performance?
Brand name doesn't dictate what clock speeds you'll get.
So the answer is no. Not necessarily.
#19
Expired - price now pre-Which trial offer is £247.97, meaning that total cost is now £233.92.
#20
Matholwch
Expired - price now pre-Which trial offer is £247.97, meaning that total cost is now £233.92.
cheers for the heads up, I've expired the link
1 Like #21
lordbr04
can you put xb1 in a pc and use a Kb an mouse hoping someone tec savi can answer


That hurt my brain oO
#22
Oh for a single slot version of this or the GTX 1050 8)
#23
JustExtreme
Very nice, tempted to get this to upgrade from the 560ti I have in my 1st gen i7 920 @ 4.0GHz based gaming system
I know I should probably upgrade my CPU and motherboard at some point soon but seems to hold up pretty well still by todays standards in gaming at least. Any recommendations?
It really depends on what games you play - I'm on a 2600k myself, just one gen newer than yours, and I still can't justify the upgrade either - just upgraded from a radeon 6950 to 2nd hand 970, and I can play all games at more than acceptable settings - If I were you, I'd look at 2nd hand 970 too, your 920 @ 4ghz will be fine for most things :)
#24
Rhythmeister
Oh for a single slot version of this or the GTX 1050 8)
Hope to god you went with this, gtx 1050 = worse than 960, gtx 1060 = on par with 980
#25
The beast was adorned with a Palit GTX 1060 6GB but the HTPC deserves something powerful in single slot 8)

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