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ZOTAC ZT-P10800C-10P GeForce 8GB GDDR5X GTX 1080 AMP! Edition Gaming graphics card £436.81 @ Amazon Germany - Prime exclusive

£436.81 @ Amazon Germany
514.93 euros roughly £436. Great price for a great card on Amazon.de with Prime membership. Obviously cancel Prime before you start paying if you don't need it Read More
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514.93 euros roughly £436. Great price for a great card on Amazon.de with Prime membership. Obviously cancel Prime before you start paying if you don't need it
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If you have a little tiny case, and want a quality card you can also buy the Zotac GeForce GTX 1080 8GB Mini, from Amazon.it - HERE! for about £445-450. :)

EDIT: Make sure you select Amazon as the seller on the right hand side of the page

Edited By: Uncommon.Sense on May 13, 2017 16:57
#2
Or if you for some reason don't want a Zotac card, or the hassle of signing up and cancelling Prime, then you can get the PNY GeForce GTX 1080 XLR8 OC GAMING 8GB, from Amazon.fr - HERE! for the same price as the Zotac. :)
#3
This pny was 465€ 2 weeks ago ~ 400£ inc post.
#5
Paid £390 for an Amp Extreme last week off Amazon Warehouse. New condition, full warranty.
#6
The_Hoff
Paid £390 for an Amp Extreme last week off Amazon Warehouse. New condition, full warranty.
Warehouse = 30 days warranty from Amazon, 0 from mfg
Sorry mate - and fingers crossed for you
#7
robodan918
The_Hoff
Paid £390 for an Amp Extreme last week off Amazon Warehouse. New condition, full warranty.
Warehouse = 30 days warranty from Amazon, 0 from mfg
Sorry mate - and fingers crossed for you

Wrong.
#8
robodan918
The_Hoff
Paid £390 for an Amp Extreme last week off Amazon Warehouse. New condition, full warranty.
Warehouse = 30 days warranty from Amazon, 0 from mfg
Sorry mate - and fingers crossed for you


Not true. They refunded on an RX 480, that started showing artifacts, after about nine months.
#9
Marekj
robodan918
The_Hoff
Paid £390 for an Amp Extreme last week off Amazon Warehouse. New condition, full warranty.
Warehouse = 30 days warranty from Amazon, 0 from mfg
Sorry mate - and fingers crossed for you
Not true. They refunded on an RX 480, that started showing artifacts, after about nine months.

Amazon Warehouse is always 12 months warranty, 30 days to return if you decide you don't like it.

In my case, Amazon will deal with Zotac for first 24 months and it's then with Zotac for a further 3 years.

Worst case, Amazon refund as they don't replace.
#10
The_Hoff
Marekj
robodan918
The_Hoff
Paid £390 for an Amp Extreme last week off Amazon Warehouse. New condition, full warranty.
Warehouse = 30 days warranty from Amazon, 0 from mfg
Sorry mate - and fingers crossed for you
Not true. They refunded on an RX 480, that started showing artifacts, after about nine months.
Amazon Warehouse is always 12 months warranty, 30 days to return if you decide you don't like it.
In my case, Amazon will deal with Zotac for first 24 months and it's then with Zotac for a further 3 years.
Worst case, Amazon refund as they don't replace.

Correct Amazon Warehouse is 30days return & 12mths warranty but your two statements contradict each other; Why is yours full warranty from warehouse and not 12mths? Was it not registered by the original owner and you have successfully registered it with Zotac by uploading your invoice to their site?
#11
That's a very good deal indeed. Considering you could almost SLI 2 of these for the same cost as a single Zotac AMP! Extreme Edition 1080ti (£830). Assuming you have a decent monitor that wont make either option a waste of money that is.
#12
derp1664
The_Hoff
Marekj
robodan918
The_Hoff
Paid £390 for an Amp Extreme last week off Amazon Warehouse. New condition, full warranty.
Warehouse = 30 days warranty from Amazon, 0 from mfg
Sorry mate - and fingers crossed for you
Not true. They refunded on an RX 480, that started showing artifacts, after about nine months.
Amazon Warehouse is always 12 months warranty, 30 days to return if you decide you don't like it.
In my case, Amazon will deal with Zotac for first 24 months and it's then with Zotac for a further 3 years.
Worst case, Amazon refund as they don't replace.
Correct Amazon Warehouse is 30days return & 12mths warranty but your two statements contradict each other; Why is yours full warranty from warehouse and not 12mths? Was it not registered by the original owner and you have successfully registered it with Zotac by uploading your invoice to their site?

Correct.

Terms of warranty are on Zotac site regarding the way they handle RMA.
#13
Ev0lution
That's a very good deal indeed. Considering you could almost SLI 2 of these for the same cost as a single Zotac AMP! Extreme Edition 1080ti (£830). Assuming you have a decent monitor that wont make either option a waste of money that is.

Not really, SLI isn't worth the hassle, Ti Extreme Amp was on here for £620.
#14
The_Hoff
Ev0lution
That's a very good deal indeed. Considering you could almost SLI 2 of these for the same cost as a single Zotac AMP! Extreme Edition 1080ti (£830). Assuming you have a decent monitor that wont make either option a waste of money that is.
Not really, SLI isn't worth the hassle, Ti Extreme Amp was on here for £620.

There is 2 versions of ti 1080ti Extreme Amp. I doubt it was the one I was referring to and SLI is what it is. Sometimes it works with games and sometimes it doesn't work so well. Most recent games work just fine with it. Although nvidia are a joke trying to hawk you this new super duper 'high bandwidth' SLI bridge when the real world performance over the normal bridge is negligible.
#15
The_Hoff
derp1664
The_Hoff
Marekj
robodan918
The_Hoff
Paid £390 for an Amp Extreme last week off Amazon Warehouse. New condition, full warranty.
Warehouse = 30 days warranty from Amazon, 0 from mfg
Sorry mate - and fingers crossed for you
Not true. They refunded on an RX 480, that started showing artifacts, after about nine months.
Amazon Warehouse is always 12 months warranty, 30 days to return if you decide you don't like it.
In my case, Amazon will deal with Zotac for first 24 months and it's then with Zotac for a further 3 years.
Worst case, Amazon refund as they don't replace.
Correct Amazon Warehouse is 30days return & 12mths warranty but your two statements contradict each other; Why is yours full warranty from warehouse and not 12mths? Was it not registered by the original owner and you have successfully registered it with Zotac by uploading your invoice to their site?
Correct.
Terms of warranty are on Zotac site regarding the way they handle RMA.

Ah okay well that's good, lucky for you but to be fair that's an exception not the rule when it comes to warehouse items
#16
Ev0lution
The_Hoff
Ev0lution
That's a very good deal indeed. Considering you could almost SLI 2 of these for the same cost as a single Zotac AMP! Extreme Edition 1080ti (£830). Assuming you have a decent monitor that wont make either option a waste of money that is.
Not really, SLI isn't worth the hassle, Ti Extreme Amp was on here for £620.

There is 2 versions of ti 1080ti Extreme Amp. I doubt it was the one I was referring to and SLI is what it is. Sometimes it works with games and sometimes it doesn't work so well. Most recent games work just fine with it. Although nvidia are a joke trying to hawk you this new super duper 'high bandwidth' SLI bridge when the real world performance over the normal bridge is negligible.


It definitely wasn't the Ti Amp extreme, that's £800+ everywhere
#17
derp1664
The_Hoff
derp1664
The_Hoff
Marekj
robodan918
The_Hoff
Paid £390 for an Amp Extreme last week off Amazon Warehouse. New condition, full warranty.
Warehouse = 30 days warranty from Amazon, 0 from mfg
Sorry mate - and fingers crossed for you
Not true. They refunded on an RX 480, that started showing artifacts, after about nine months.
Amazon Warehouse is always 12 months warranty, 30 days to return if you decide you don't like it.
In my case, Amazon will deal with Zotac for first 24 months and it's then with Zotac for a further 3 years.
Worst case, Amazon refund as they don't replace.
Correct Amazon Warehouse is 30days return & 12mths warranty but your two statements contradict each other; Why is yours full warranty from warehouse and not 12mths? Was it not registered by the original owner and you have successfully registered it with Zotac by uploading your invoice to their site?
Correct.
Terms of warranty are on Zotac site regarding the way they handle RMA.
Ah okay well that's good, lucky for you but to be fair that's an exception not the rule when it comes to warehouse items

It was the same for the EVGA 1070 I ordered at the same time, unregistered. You can order a card with no worry in any case, check the warranty and return if it's not to your liking.
#18
Ev0lution
The_Hoff
Ev0lution
That's a very good deal indeed. Considering you could almost SLI 2 of these for the same cost as a single Zotac AMP! Extreme Edition 1080ti (£830). Assuming you have a decent monitor that wont make either option a waste of money that is.
Not really, SLI isn't worth the hassle, Ti Extreme Amp was on here for £620.
There is 2 versions of ti 1080ti Extreme Amp. I doubt it was the one I was referring to and SLI is what it is. Sometimes it works with games and sometimes it doesn't work so well. Most recent games work just fine with it. Although nvidia are a joke trying to hawk you this new super duper 'high bandwidth' SLI bridge when the real world performance over the normal bridge is negligible.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/zotac-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080ti-amp-11gb-graphics-card-amazon-de-619-90-2688220

My mistake.

Though as with ANY Pascal card, buying a pre-OCed card for significant mark-up simply isn't worthwhile. Numerous sites have issued the same advice, a lower end custom cooled card usually puts you within a few frames of something premium.
#19
The_Hoff
derp1664
The_Hoff
derp1664
The_Hoff
Marekj
robodan918
The_Hoff
Paid £390 for an Amp Extreme last week off Amazon Warehouse. New condition, full warranty.
Warehouse = 30 days warranty from Amazon, 0 from mfg
Sorry mate - and fingers crossed for you
Not true. They refunded on an RX 480, that started showing artifacts, after about nine months.
Amazon Warehouse is always 12 months warranty, 30 days to return if you decide you don't like it.
In my case, Amazon will deal with Zotac for first 24 months and it's then with Zotac for a further 3 years.
Worst case, Amazon refund as they don't replace.
Correct Amazon Warehouse is 30days return & 12mths warranty but your two statements contradict each other; Why is yours full warranty from warehouse and not 12mths? Was it not registered by the original owner and you have successfully registered it with Zotac by uploading your invoice to their site?
Correct.
Terms of warranty are on Zotac site regarding the way they handle RMA.
Ah okay well that's good, lucky for you but to be fair that's an exception not the rule when it comes to warehouse items
It was the same for the EVGA 1070 I ordered at the same time, unregistered. You can order a card with no worry in any case, check the warranty and return if it's not to your liking.

Well EVGA warranties are transferable anyway and yeah you can of course return to Amazon for any reason so you're pretty much covered there. The problem that could potentially arise however is that when it comes down to RMA'ing a card to the manufacturer is the first time an invoice will actually get reviewed by a real person as the system for registering a card is automated (it merely saves a pdf of your invoice on their system linked to your account). If a company feels like it, they can refuse to honour a warranty for a Warehouse item because it's not new and you are technically not the first owner (even if the first owner didn't register it or keep it or even open it) technicalities won't always be overlooked

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