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Zotac GTX 1080 AMP Edition £419.36 SOLD BY amazon.co.uk

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Scrap my last deal. Zotac GTX 1080 8GB from amazon.co.uk £419.36 pre-order! Read More
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Costcut and richard booth. were both hacked. Hence the name changes, unbelievably low prices and exact same prices on similar listings.
I contacted richard booth as can be seen in the linked pic


Edited By: Hendies on Feb 06, 2017 13:00

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#1
Missprice?
1 Like #2
Strange that it's a pre order. It's in stock elsewhere.
#3
Ordered one, now let see how long they will keep my money, before I get the email about a missprice. Thanks OP
2 Likes #4
r4do
Ordered one, now let see how long they will keep my money, before I get the email about a missprice. Thanks OP

Money isn't taken til dispatch.
1 Like #5
There are other sellers that have it in stock for £419
#6
Price will probably be the norm when vega comes out
1 Like #7
rapid111111
There are other sellers that have it in stock for £419

Fill your boots.
1 Like #8
Nothing to lose. Amazon already have all my details so they'll probably just cancel it like they have my last few HUKD inspired orders.
banned#9
in for a cancellation
#10
cancelled last deal from you. ordered this one instead. which one is better?
1 Like #11
new vega pricing

1070 for £294 was still better value. you're only getting about 20% increase on 1070 performance with a 1080.

Edited By: plath on Feb 06, 2017 06:47
1 Like #12
Ordered....see that happens
#13
I have 980ti g1 sli. Selling both of them to get this would leave me in profit but in most games, lower performance. My main reason for fancying a 1080 or a 1080ti is supersampling in vr. Sli isnt supported by anything other than 1 or 2 games in vr.
1 Like #14
gold3n_dragon
cancelled last deal from you. ordered this one instead. which one is better?
Gainward one? not too sure if its the overclock version. If not, both is about the same.

yoyelp
in for a cancellation
Usually amazon would honor a few. Since I dont need it, I thought I just posted it here for others. But yeah, don't be surprise if everyone received cancellation emails.
#15
Preordered. Cheers OP, didn't plan on upgrading my gtx 980 ti waterforce this early but this card is a performance monster! Hoping they honour the price
1 Like #16
plath
new vega pricing

1070 for £294 was still better value. you're only getting about 20% increase on 1070 performance with a 1080.


1070 is no good for those who game in higher resolutions. You'll get around 40 fps in The Witcher 3 at 3440x1440 for example. Probably around 50-60 fps in BF1...


This will be cancelled any ways. It's amazon accidentally pricematching a scam seller...
1 Like #17
rapid111111
There are other sellers that have it in stock for £419
Just the one Amazon seller strangely enough. At every other retailer it's £590+
Maybe it's an auto-price match against another amazon seller?

Edited By: Hendies on Feb 06, 2017 07:18
#18
Amazon have it listed as in stock but for £585 here.

This isn't going to be honoured.

Edited By: Madafwo on Feb 06, 2017 07:22
#19
Up to 575.43 now. If you get a 1080 bagged for a little over 400 then congrats! Great price if they honour it...
1 Like #20
This isn't getting honoured.
#21
Expired, gone up in price. Just have to wait and see what happens now.
#22
mamboboy
plath
new vega pricing
1070 for £294 was still better value. you're only getting about 20% increase on 1070 performance with a 1080.
1070 is no good for those who game in higher resolutions. You'll get around 40 fps in The Witcher 3 at 3440x1440 for example. Probably around 50-60 fps in BF1...
This will be cancelled any ways. It's amazon accidentally pricematching a scam seller...


1080 might reach 4k 60fps in some games, but in others it won't.

it's no silver bullet for that criterion. i would wait until the next gen before i bought a card for that.
#23
Madafwo
Amazon have it listed as in stock but for £585 here.
This isn't going to be honoured.

Amazon sometimes have double listing. e.g i7 6700k here and here.

Edited By: madnug on Feb 06, 2017 07:36
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#25
plath
mamboboy
plath
new vega pricing
1070 for £294 was still better value. you're only getting about 20% increase on 1070 performance with a 1080.
1070 is no good for those who game in higher resolutions. You'll get around 40 fps in The Witcher 3 at 3440x1440 for example. Probably around 50-60 fps in BF1...
This will be cancelled any ways. It's amazon accidentally pricematching a scam seller...
1080 might reach 4k 60fps in some games, but in others it won't.
it's no silver bullet for that criterion. i would wait until the next gen before i bought a card for that.
Well, I'm convinced. I'll get a £294 GTX 1070 instead.

Link..?
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That moment when realize you are late by some 3hours and 30mins for blazing hot GPU deal.
http://media.ifunny.com/results/2012/09/18/os5196obmq.jpg
#27
Missed it!!
1 Like #28
plath
mamboboy
plath
new vega pricing
1070 for £294 was still better value. you're only getting about 20% increase on 1070 performance with a 1080.
1070 is no good for those who game in higher resolutions. You'll get around 40 fps in The Witcher 3 at 3440x1440 for example. Probably around 50-60 fps in BF1...
This will be cancelled any ways. It's amazon accidentally pricematching a scam seller...


1080 might reach 4k 60fps in some games, but in others it won't.

it's no silver bullet for that criterion. i would wait until the next gen before i bought a card for that.


I never wait and always buy the high end card. Always waiting means you just have to pay more. Reselling the previous high end makes the upgrade a lot more sustainable!
#29
That will get cancelled. But hope you get lucky.
#30
I got my order in just before the price changed, very close though, as I had it in the basket thinking about it, I know its a no brainer in theory, but £419 is a lot of money to blow on one component still. Anyway, I figured if this comes through I could sell my current GTX 1060 for ~£200 to soften the blow of this somewhat and pulled the trigger. Order came up fine at £419, but I noticed by the time I actually paid at checkout people on here were talking about it being back up to £575 so wonder if having it in the basket at £419 somehow 'held' the price for me? though I didn't think that was possible.

Anyway, really hope we all get this. Amazon have a decent track record with honouring miss-prices though I fear this one may be too much for them to swallow though being this early it is possible they don't have too many orders to deal with. An interesting wait and see.....
#31
ST3123
I got my order in just before the price changed, very close though, as I had it in the basket thinking about it, I know its a no brainer in theory, but £419 is a lot of money to blow on one component still. Anyway, I figured if this comes through I could sell my current GTX 1060 for ~£200 to soften the blow of this somewhat and pulled the trigger. Order came up fine at £419, but I noticed by the time I actually paid at checkout people on here were talking about it being back up to £575 so wonder if having it in the basket at £419 somehow 'held' the price for me? though I didn't think that was possible.
Anyway, really hope we all get this. Amazon have a decent track record with honouring miss-prices though I fear this one may be too much for them to swallow though being this early it is possible they don't have too many orders to deal with. An interesting wait and see.....

It doesn't hold the price, it will notify you that your the prices of your basket contents have changed and notify you of the new price before clicking pay.

Amazon will be losing £100-125 on this per card in terms of trade costs.

I hope I'm wrong, but I suspect it will be cancelled as a listing error, they did it before to me with a car seat I ordered.

If you got a 1080 for this money it would be a great price, though the RX490 might changed the 1080 pricing soon.
#32
plath
new vega pricing
1070 for £294 was still better value. you're only getting about 20% increase on 1070 performance with a 1080.

When was this offer.

I really can't decide whether to buy a 1070 or 1080. Currently own a fury x and only use my pc for my htc vive, just don't see the improvements being big enough to justify a new GPU after less than a year with my current one.

Will try and wait until the new cards hit the market, i'm just a bit of a sucker for a good deal!
2 Likes #33
For those who missed this, Inno3d GTX 1080 £473.02 pre-order and sold by amazon.co.uk here.

or £461.10 here.


Edited By: madnug on Feb 06, 2017 09:54
#34
Has there been a development on the 1080Ti ???

Seems interesting that the prices are falling fast.....

\speculation/
#35
mamboboy
plath
mamboboy
plath
new vega pricing
1070 for £294 was still better value. you're only getting about 20% increase on 1070 performance with a 1080.
1070 is no good for those who game in higher resolutions. You'll get around 40 fps in The Witcher 3 at 3440x1440 for example. Probably around 50-60 fps in BF1...
This will be cancelled any ways. It's amazon accidentally pricematching a scam seller...
1080 might reach 4k 60fps in some games, but in others it won't.
it's no silver bullet for that criterion. i would wait until the next gen before i bought a card for that.
I never wait and always buy the high end card. Always waiting means you just have to pay more. Reselling the previous high end makes the upgrade a lot more sustainable!

I agree, been enjoying my 1080 for months. Plus I will probably either break even or get more for mine than what I paid when I sell it
1 Like #36
These lower prices all seem to be driven by a single seller (Richard Booth . The Game Booth) who is offering much lower than market price on these cards and then Amazon are price matching. They are all on secondary entries for these devices (ie Amazon has another page with higher prices and existing stock) so it will be easy enough for Amazon to never get stock for this particular page.
1 Like #38


Seriously tempted by this, I know I could recoup most of this back by selling my 1070 Hybrid too..
#39
xavk
These lower prices all seem to be driven by a single seller (Richard Booth . The Game Booth) who is offering much lower than market price on these cards and then Amazon are price matching. They are all on secondary entries for these devices (ie Amazon has another page with higher prices and existing stock) so it will be easy enough for Amazon to never get stock for this particular page.
Reckon he's legit or not?
You'd be covered under Amazon's buyer guarantee surely

Edited By: Hendies on Feb 06, 2017 11:39
#40
Hendies
xavk
These lower prices all seem to be driven by a single seller (Richard Booth . The Game Booth) who is offering much lower than market price on these cards and then Amazon are price matching. They are all on secondary entries for these devices (ie Amazon has another page with higher prices and existing stock) so it will be easy enough for Amazon to never get stock for this particular page.
Reckon he's legit or not?
You'd be covered under Amazon's buyer guarantee surely

I'm wondering the same, his website looks legit as do the reviews, majority of negative comments to do with delivery or poorly packaged items.

How does Amazon's refund policy work for things like this?

I have placed a pre-order on one of the other 1080 (£460) but am tempted to give it a go.

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