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Zotac Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080TI AMP! 11GB Graphics Card @ Amazon.de - £619.90

£619.90 @ Amazon Germany
Pretty good deal for a custom cooled card, and with a 5 year warranty! Maybe we will see £599 soon? :) Sold and Dispatched by Amazon. Price once in the basket, and at the checkout ends up at €735.9… Read More
Uncommon.Sense Avatar
1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Pretty good deal for a custom cooled card, and with a 5 year warranty!

Maybe we will see £599 soon? :)

Sold and Dispatched by Amazon.

Price once in the basket, and at the checkout ends up at €735.96, which is around £619-620 at the time of posting. Make sure you pay in Euro's and use a fee free foreign currency card to get the best price possible.

Here is a LINK! to the manufacturers marketing and specifications page for those that are interested.
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#1
brilliant price
1 Like #2
longback2
brilliant price

Indeed, keeping my eyes peeled for that < £600 card, got a funny feeling it's less than 3 weeks away. :)
#3
got a new oem fe on eBay for 590 which I'm very pleased with and I think the fe will generally settle towards 600, will be the release of vega that will be needed tho.
#4
I paid £604 for the MSI Gaming X from Amz De
3 Likes #5
MazingerZ
I paid £604 for the MSI Gaming X from Amz De

Drop a link, or post it as a deal then!
#6
How does it work though with import charges and VAT? Thanks
1 Like #7
charlottef23
How does it work though with import charges and VAT? Thanks

The price you pay to Amazon is the price you pay all in, it's not coming from China or the U.S.A it's coming from inside the EU, and VAT is charged at the point of purchase, and no duty or import charges.
#8
longback2
got a new oem fe on eBay for 590 which I'm very pleased with and I think the fe will generally settle towards 600, will be the release of vega that will be needed tho.

Oh, got a link to the seller, was it new or used?
#9
Uncommon.Sense
longback2
got a new oem fe on eBay for 590 which I'm very pleased with and I think the fe will generally settle towards 600, will be the release of vega that will be needed tho.

Oh, got a link to the seller, was it new or used?


there were two, brand new but now gone. just keep an eye out and make offers to them all
1 Like #10
managed to get one for £500 in the warehouse deals 20% off offer myself (as did my mate) so worth keeping an eye on that too
#11
Uncommon.Sense
MazingerZ
I paid £604 for the MSI Gaming X from Amz De

Drop a link, or post it as a deal then!


It's long gone, I ordered last week... always check the DE and IT sites prices move around
#12
MazingerZ
Uncommon.Sense
MazingerZ
I paid £604 for the MSI Gaming X from Amz De
Drop a link, or post it as a deal then!
It's long gone, I ordered last week... always check the DE and IT sites prices move around

I find it hard to believe. They were ~£675 when I ordered mine at the start of April, and rose a few pounds by the time I got it delivered in May...

Edited By: scotia2 on May 11, 2017 14:29
#13
MazingerZ
Uncommon.Sense
MazingerZ
I paid £604 for the MSI Gaming X from Amz De
Drop a link, or post it as a deal then!
It's long gone, I ordered last week... always check the DE and IT sites prices move around

Man, you should have posted the deal that would have been scorching for a Gaming X it's over £675 now. :(
#14
Uncommon.Sense
MazingerZ
Uncommon.Sense
MazingerZ
I paid £604 for the MSI Gaming X from Amz De
Drop a link, or post it as a deal then!
It's long gone, I ordered last week... always check the DE and IT sites prices move around

Man, you should have posted the deal that would have been scorching for a Gaming X it's over £675 now. :(


£779 in U.K. It was I got annoyed when it said 2-4 weeks delivery and zotac has rarely been in stock, I got my galaxy s8 from Italy £575 I think it was...try the foreign warehouses for gpu'S cud get lucky
#15
Do I need to upgrade my i5 2500k (17GB ram&SSD) to get the best out of this card for the latest games?
1 Like #16
paulrwarner
Do I need to upgrade my i5 2500k (17GB ram&SSD) to get the best out of this card for the latest games?


17gb?! oO
#17
Johnorama
managed to get one for £500 in the warehouse deals 20% off offer myself (as did my mate) so worth keeping an eye on that too
I know I got a like new gtx 1070 for 279 quid via warehouse.Well happy- I notice stock numbers go up and down so, as you say, keep an eye out for a bargain.
#18
paulrwarner
Do I need to upgrade my i5 2500k (17GB ram&SSD) to get the best out of this card for the latest games?

Drop an i7 2600K in place of your 2500K to save upgrading your whole platform, overclock the nuts off it and you should be good for a while. :)
#19
if goods purchased in EU Amazon fail, do I need to send them to wherever I purchased them or Amazon UK?
#20
MazingerZ
Uncommon.Sense
MazingerZ
Uncommon.Sense
MazingerZ
I paid £604 for the MSI Gaming X from Amz De
Drop a link, or post it as a deal then!
It's long gone, I ordered last week... always check the DE and IT sites prices move around

Man, you should have posted the deal that would have been scorching for a Gaming X it's over £675 now. :(


£779 in U.K. It was I got annoyed when it said 2-4 weeks delivery and zotac has rarely been in stock, I got my galaxy s8 from Italy £575 I think it was...try the foreign warehouses for gpu'S cud get lucky


I paid £730 on Sunday at Scan for the gaming X. It went up to 753 on Monday, I'd rather pay extra and buy from a uk seller than buy from abroad.
It's easy to return things in the UK. Also if you buy in Europe you don't get the same legal protection you do in the Uk. Then CRA s a strong piece of law and gives powerful consumer rights. Buying abroad brings many issues. It's fine for a few quid but not for this amount.
By the way. The gaming X is a stunning card.
#21
mark6226
MazingerZ
Uncommon.Sense
MazingerZ
Uncommon.Sense
MazingerZ
I paid £604 for the MSI Gaming X from Amz De
Drop a link, or post it as a deal then!
It's long gone, I ordered last week... always check the DE and IT sites prices move around
Man, you should have posted the deal that would have been scorching for a Gaming X it's over £675 now. :(
£779 in U.K. It was I got annoyed when it said 2-4 weeks delivery and zotac has rarely been in stock, I got my galaxy s8 from Italy £575 I think it was...try the foreign warehouses for gpu'S cud get lucky
I paid £730 on Sunday at Scan for the gaming X. It went up to 753 on Monday, I'd rather pay extra and buy from a uk seller than buy from abroad.
It's easy to return things in the UK. Also if you buy in Europe you don't get the same legal protection you do in the Uk. Then CRA s a strong piece of law and gives powerful consumer rights. Buying abroad brings many issues. It's fine for a few quid but not for this amount.
By the way. The gaming X is a stunning card.
No coil whine?
#22
You could of course just fill in the Zotac Warranty form when you get your card, which gives you 5 years, and if you have a problem, cut the retailer out entirely. Also if it's faulty from new etc. Amazon refund the postage, even if you have to ship it to them in another country.

I've never had any bigger issues than dealing with retailers in the U.K. and I've lost count of the number of items I've bought, whether it be computer components, camera lenses, or inflatable sheep. :D

EDIT:
Oh here's the UK address for the Zotac EU team, make of it what you will. ;)
RMA Administration Team
Zotac Euro Service and Support
Unit 12, Headley Park 10
Headley Road East
Woodley, Reading
RG5 4SW
United Kingdom
Tel: +44-(0)1189 272233

Also here's the LINK! to the Zotac EMEA warranty page.

Edited By: Uncommon.Sense on May 11, 2017 21:43: Even more info.
#23
MazingerZ
Uncommon.Sense
MazingerZ
Uncommon.Sense
MazingerZ
I paid £604 for the MSI Gaming X from Amz De
Drop a link, or post it as a deal then!
It's long gone, I ordered last week... always check the DE and IT sites prices move around
Man, you should have posted the deal that would have been scorching for a Gaming X it's over £675 now. :(
£779 in U.K. It was I got annoyed when it said 2-4 weeks delivery and zotac has rarely been in stock, I got my galaxy s8 from Italy £575 I think it was...try the foreign warehouses for gpu'S cud get lucky

Great fake brag. It was never the price you said you paid:

https://de.camelcamelcamel.com/MSI-Geforce-GTX-1080-11G/product/B06XT3TVKP
#24
Johnorama
managed to get one for £500 in the warehouse deals 20% off offer myself (as did my mate) so worth keeping an eye on that too
Not sure i believe you but well done if you did
#25
Confuzz
Johnorama
managed to get one for £500 in the warehouse deals 20% off offer myself (as did my mate) so worth keeping an eye on that too
Not sure i believe you but well done if you did

He is, there were quite a few, but I don't fancy second hand for £20 less than a new one.
#26
Uncommon.Sense
Confuzz
Johnorama
managed to get one for £500 in the warehouse deals 20% off offer myself (as did my mate) so worth keeping an eye on that too
Not sure i believe you but well done if you did
He is, there were quite a few, but I don't fancy second hand for £20 less than a new one.
Wouldnt be that used as 1080ti only just come out and has been hard to get hold of any stock till recently would be more like £150 less than a new one
#27
Confuzz
Uncommon.Sense
Confuzz
Johnorama
managed to get one for £500 in the warehouse deals 20% off offer myself (as did my mate) so worth keeping an eye on that too
Not sure i believe you but well done if you did
He is, there were quite a few, but I don't fancy second hand for £20 less than a new one.
Wouldnt be that used as 1080ti only just come out and has been hard to get hold of any stock till recently would be more like £150 less than a new one

Sorry, though you were on about the 1070. :)
However, Amazon did have some good deals in the clearance, over the first few days so I wouldn't be surprised to have found a 1080Ti in that lot. :)
#28
I think it would be silly to get a gpu right now unless it was £500 for a ti as vega should hopefully be out soon and that could have a big impact on pricing if any good. Worth waiting a little while just to see
#29
paulrwarner
Do I need to upgrade my i5 2500k (17GB ram&SSD) to get the best out of this card for the latest games?

Depends what your RAM speed is too. Slow RAM will choke it too.
#30
Vega will definitely give these graphics cards a price drop soon.
#31
paulrwarner
Do I need to upgrade my i5 2500k (17GB ram&SSD) to get the best out of this card for the latest games?

If you want the 'best' out of games, yes.

If you want really good out of games, no.

I'd actually recommend holding off on upgrading CPU until the next round of Ryzen/Intel. There should be pressure on intel to release some really solid chips, and Ryzen will mature.
#32
RufusG
mark6226
MazingerZ
Uncommon.Sense
MazingerZ
Uncommon.Sense
MazingerZ
I paid £604 for the MSI Gaming X from Amz De
Drop a link, or post it as a deal then!
It's long gone, I ordered last week... always check the DE and IT sites prices move around
Man, you should have posted the deal that would have been scorching for a Gaming X it's over £675 now. :(
£779 in U.K. It was I got annoyed when it said 2-4 weeks delivery and zotac has rarely been in stock, I got my galaxy s8 from Italy £575 I think it was...try the foreign warehouses for gpu'S cud get lucky
I paid £730 on Sunday at Scan for the gaming X. It went up to 753 on Monday, I'd rather pay extra and buy from a uk seller than buy from abroad.
It's easy to return things in the UK. Also if you buy in Europe you don't get the same legal protection you do in the Uk. Then CRA s a strong piece of law and gives powerful consumer rights. Buying abroad brings many issues. It's fine for a few quid but not for this amount.
By the way. The gaming X is a stunning card.
No coil whine?


None I can hear. I've pushed the card very hard today and it still remained extremely quiet. Very impressive.
#33
Johnorama
managed to get one for £500 in the warehouse deals 20% off offer myself (as did my mate) so worth keeping an eye on that too


Handy for checking prices across EU Amazon sites
https://www.curiua.com/
#34
Got the gigabyte OC gaming variant. Perfect single card for 1440p high refresh.

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