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Zotac GTX 1070 Founders Edition £368.99 @ Overclockers

£368.99 @ Overclockers
Really nice deal actually for a GTX 1070 FE (Founders Edition). Comes with free shipping so the list price of £368.99 is the full price. Also Comes with Gears of War 4 (all 1070's currently come…
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4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Really nice deal actually for a GTX 1070 FE (Founders Edition).

Comes with free shipping so the list price of £368.99 is the full price.

Also Comes with Gears of War 4 (all 1070's currently come with this item)

The Founders Editions are generally supposed to stay at the fixed £409.99 price point so this is a very good deal.
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4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago
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#4
Cool i'm glad its not the only place, maybe these cards will start to come towards the price they should have been :)
#5
Looks to be but sometimes Amazon doesn't have the game promo with some of the cards they sell.
As to the warranty, I think it's 2 years with the reseller and 3 more with the manufacturer, all sellers treat their returns different in regards to a dead card and out of production. I've recently had a full refund from dabs/bt for a 3year old card but I think that was something out of the ordinary. Other's can comment on an Amazon vs Overclockers for their warranty experiences.

Edited By: kabs on Oct 10, 2016 11:40
#6
Journeyman27
Cool i'm glad its not the only place, maybe these cards will start to come towards the price they should have been :)

Technically this and some other 1070 are cheaper than what they are supposed to be.
#7
catbeans
Journeyman27
Cool i'm glad its not the only place, maybe these cards will start to come towards the price they should have been :)
Technically this and some other 1070 are cheaper than what they are supposed to be.

$380 is what the launch RRP was. Technically no card has ever come close to being the launch RRP (£330).

But our currency turning into rubles has "discounted" these cards to their correct price where the RRP now matches these "deals" (£370) LOL
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This is the last component I'm missing from my new build but I'n not willing to pay over £400 for 1070 out of principle, but that means I'm stuck with with a 5 year old AMD 6950 paired with the latest X99 mobo, i7 6800K and 32GB DDR4, which I find quite funny.
#9
noiren
This is the last component I'm missing from my new build but I'n not willing to pay over £400 for 1070 out of principle, but that means I'm stuck with with a 5 year old AMD 6950 paired with the latest X99 mobo, i7 6800K and 32GB DDR4, which I find quite funny.

Same boat, I'm on an R7 260x which I think is slightly lower than yours?
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not a 1070 but good price 1060
Asus Nvidia Dual GTX 1060 6GB - £224.97 - on laptopsdirect with £20 off if you take a months trial of which
http://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/asus-nvidia-geforce-dual-gtx-1060-6gb-gddr5-pci-e-graphics-card-as-dual-gtx1060-6g/version.asp
#11
BurkusCat
Same boat, I'm on an R7 260x which I think is slightly lower than yours?

Yours is much newer but both way outdated if you want to do anything fancy like VR, 4K or heck even 60fps at 1080p.
I might have to swallow my principles and just buy at a 1070 or 1080, bloody Nvidia is milking these cards for all they're worth, guess this is what happens when there's no competition at this range. Tempted to buy two RX 480s and stick to them.
#12
noiren
BurkusCat
Same boat, I'm on an R7 260x which I think is slightly lower than yours?
Yours is much newer but both way outdated if you want to do anything fancy like VR, 4K or heck even 60fps at 1080p.
I might have to swallow my principles and just buy at a 1070 or 1080, bloody Nvidia is milking these cards for all they're worth, guess this is what happens when there's no competition at this range. Tempted to buy two RX 480s and stick to them.
looks like black friday might or might not be the day to get a 1070 at a realistic price.
#13
noiren
BurkusCat
Same boat, I'm on an R7 260x which I think is slightly lower than yours?
Yours is much newer but both way outdated if you want to do anything fancy like VR, 4K or heck even 60fps at 1080p.
I might have to swallow my principles and just buy at a 1070 or 1080, bloody Nvidia is milking these cards for all they're worth, guess this is what happens when there's no competition at this range. Tempted to buy two RX 480s and stick to them.

Just buy a used/warehouse 980ti.

I got a 980ti for £250 and then a 1070 for £300.
#14
BurkusCat
catbeans
Journeyman27
Cool i'm glad its not the only place, maybe these cards will start to come towards the price they should have been :)
Technically this and some other 1070 are cheaper than what they are supposed to be.
$380 is what the launch RRP was. Technically no card has ever come close to being the launch RRP (£330).
But our currency turning into rubles has "discounted" these cards to their correct price where the RRP now matches these "deals" (£370) LOL

$380 is the US RRP, it has little to do with the UK market, they can ship massive amounts, pay low taxes and the retailer can buy massive amounts and pay low taxes. £368 considering the buying power in the UK plus taxes is pretty good.

Edited By: catbeans on Oct 10, 2016 17:05
#15
Salfordgirl1
noiren
BurkusCat
Same boat, I'm on an R7 260x which I think is slightly lower than yours?
Yours is much newer but both way outdated if you want to do anything fancy like VR, 4K or heck even 60fps at 1080p.
I might have to swallow my principles and just buy at a 1070 or 1080, bloody Nvidia is milking these cards for all they're worth, guess this is what happens when there's no competition at this range. Tempted to buy two RX 480s and stick to them.
Just buy a used/warehouse 980ti.
I got a 980ti for £250 and then a 1070 for £300.
How you manage that? Did you setup an alert, all the 'deal' are usually £5 off or more expensive when I look.
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