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gtx 1080 £456.98 @ Ebuyer

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Great card for great price !! To be able to cashback need to order before 30.06.2017 original price is 499.98 £ still good price !! Enjoy ! Cheapest ever !! Read More
Great card for great price !! To be able to cashback need to order before 30.06.2017 original price is 499.98 £ still good price !! Enjoy ! Cheapest ever !!
glober Avatar1d, 20h agoFound 1 day, 20 hours ago3 Comments
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It will never arrive they use YODEL.
I'm fairly certain this card was available from ebuyer for £449 only 2 days ago....

Also, the Gaming X plus is probably a better deal at only £8 more?
I just find even cheaper lol https://www.novatech.co.uk/

With free copy of destiny 2 aswell ;)

Edited By: glober on Jun 21, 2017 18:17: Jun 21, 2017 18:17
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MSI NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1060 6GB 0CV1 GDDR5 PCI Express DP/DVI/HDMI Graphics Card - Black - In stock July 1st - £225.48 @ Amazon

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The price on these has shot up this week thanks to the mining craze (people have Radeons, people sell Radeons for a profit, people buy Nvidias, Nvidia prices go up!) On Monday a 6gb Gigabyte mini cou… Read More
The price on these has shot up this week thanks to the mining craze (people have Radeons, people sell Radeons for a profit, people buy Nvidias, Nvidia prices go up!) On Monday a 6gb Gigabyte mini cou…
darynquinn Avatar2d, 10m agoFound 2 days, 10 minutes ago14 Comments
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Most people are undervolting cards to get the most efficient ratio. Running a 1 card rig at approx 250W will be around £1 per day of electricity at 17p/kwh. The mining profit calculators let you input power and factors it into the cost.
MullacABZ
You can't mine bitcoin with a profit on a GPU.All the GPU's are sold out because the price of Ethereum is up approx 3000% since the start of the year. An RX 480 or GTX 1070 is currently producing around £4-5 per day in profit so everyone has jumped on the bandwagon. What people don't realise is difficulty rises exponentially and there is a large risk a majority of people that have bought GPU's to mine within the last month won't see a return on their money and ebay will end up flooded with £100 RX 480 cards.


is that £4 -£5/day profit after electricity is taken in account?....I cant see how mining can ever be profitable with electricity prices keep rising, unless ur running it off solar power but that itself is a large amount to set up for the power u need
arealmentalist
MullacABZ
You can't mine bitcoin with a profit on a GPU.
All the GPU's are sold out because the price of Ethereum is up approx 3000% since the start of the year. An RX 480 or GTX 1070 is currently producing around £4-5 per day in profit so everyone has jumped on the bandwagon. What people don't realise is difficulty rises exponentially and there is a large risk a majority of people that have bought GPU's to mine within the last month won't see a return on their money and ebay will end up flooded with £100 RX 480 cards.
Any idea when this might happen. The dump of rx 480s i mean.

Could be a month, could be 6 months. It depends if any more profitable coins replace Ethereum as the difficulty increases and currently nobody knows. There are supposedly massive preorders on the next batch of RX570/580 cards due the end of June / start of July so prices will definitely stay over inflated until those have all sold.
MullacABZ
You can't mine bitcoin with a profit on a GPU.
All the GPU's are sold out because the price of Ethereum is up approx 3000% since the start of the year. An RX 480 or GTX 1070 is currently producing around £4-5 per day in profit so everyone has jumped on the bandwagon. What people don't realise is difficulty rises exponentially and there is a large risk a majority of people that have bought GPU's to mine within the last month won't see a return on their money and ebay will end up flooded with £100 RX 480 cards.
Any idea when this might happen. The dump of rx 480s i mean.
You can't mine bitcoin with a profit on a GPU.

All the GPU's are sold out because the price of Ethereum is up approx 3000% since the start of the year. An RX 480 or GTX 1070 is currently producing around £4-5 per day in profit so everyone has jumped on the bandwagon. What people don't realise is difficulty rises exponentially and there is a large risk a majority of people that have bought GPU's to mine within the last month won't see a return on their money and ebay will end up flooded with £100 RX 480 cards.
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Asus NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 PH-GTX1050TI-4G 4 GB Graphics Card - Black £126.97 at Amazon

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Seems like a really good price Read More
Seems like a really good price
akajk12 Avatar3d, 6h agoFound 3 days, 6 hours ago14 Comments
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AzNDeals
These aren't the same models? One is a 1050, the other is a 1050TiThe latter is around ~13% better: http://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-GTX-1050-Ti-vs-Nvidia-GTX-1050/3649vs3650


I think you will find they are the same products !both Ti ,Amazon only 1 left in stock , can't of been a bad a deal after all
AzNDeals
These aren't the same models? One is a 1050, the other is a 1050TiThe latter is around ~13% better: http://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-GTX-1050-Ti-vs-Nvidia-GTX-1050/3649vs3650

Did you use the links? They look the same but descriptions are different.
akajk12
chapchap
Is that why this deal is now -100°? And getting colder and colder all the time ;)
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/asus-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1050-ti-4gb-gddr5-phoenix-graphics-card-131-99-delivered-2691550
akajk12
I guess people liked it more expensive last month

These aren't the same models?

One is a 1050, the other is a 1050Ti

The latter is around ~13% better: http://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-GTX-1050-Ti-vs-Nvidia-GTX-1050/3649vs3650
Question, may be stupid for some. What are the differences in same model coming from different manufacturers - Gigabyte, Pali, Asus, etc? are they likely to be noticable?


akajk12
I guess people liked it more expensive last month


Your title is misleading.
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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080TI £649.92 - reduced from £739.99 @ Amazon ( + free digital copy of Destiny 2)

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GTX 1080TI arguably the best GPU on the market right now reduced by £90 on amazon, comes with a free digital copy of Destiny 2 as well. Read More
GTX 1080TI arguably the best GPU on the market right now reduced by £90 on amazon, comes with a free digital copy of Destiny 2 as well.
MH95 Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago23 Comments
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zizzles
Voted hot, so as not to offend the "adults"
We're good now?
oh no zizzles, did you have my comments about your love of console taken down. bad form sir ;)
All them cold votes, hard crowd.

Voted hot.

Edited By: Hunkerdown on Jun 15, 2017 18:19
dreamcat4
Luckyfrog
It has no back plate and I've read multiple reviews over complaining over its substantial coil wine
Voted cold, for the reason that a product costing over #600 GBP should not have those issues...
I have the same model and no issues so seems luck of the draw. Bear in mind coil whine can be caused by a faulty/poor quality PSU rather than the card itself.
Luckyfrog
It has no back plate and I've read multiple reviews over complaining over its substantial coil wine


[EDITED] To clarify my initial answer. I'm just agreeing with the commentary of LuckyFog here, who represents also my same viewpoint. And therefore also voting cold = -1 score:

Edited By: dreamcat4 on Jun 15, 2017 18:38:
It has no back plate and I've read multiple reviews over complaining over its substantial coil wine
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Asus ROG - Intel i7-6700HQ, 16 GB DDR4 RAM, 512 GB PCIE SSD, NVIDIA GTX980M 4G GDDR5 Graphics, G-Sync, Windows 10 £1,199.97 @ Amazon

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Although this is a generation old technology in terms of CPU & Graphics, this still a highly spec'd box and it's a lot of bang for your buck! Item Weight 3.9 Kg Product Dimensions 32.2 x 41.6 x Read More
Although this is a generation old technology in terms of CPU & Graphics, this still a highly spec'd box and it's a lot of bang for your buck! Item Weight 3.9 Kg Product Dimensions 32.2 x 41.6 x
JMC19 Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago2 Comments
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Has anybody else noticed how expensive toys have become?

Lush.
Has anybody else noticed how expensive toys have become?
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ASUS VivoBook K556UQ 15.6" Full HD - Intel Core i7-7500U, 12 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce 940MX 2 GB GDDR3 £799.99 @ Amazon

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Pretty good spec for that price I believe. Available on Prime too. Cheaper i5 option available. Only downside I think is the battery life but good if not needed for mobility Tech Spec: Brand A… Read More
Pretty good spec for that price I believe. Available on Prime too. Cheaper i5 option available. Only downside I think is the battery life but good if not needed for mobility Tech Spec: Brand A…
biggam Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago12 Comments
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Asus have just released their updated version of vivobook, zenbook etc worth checking out. I think they come out in June or July I believe. May help with lowering the prices of previous gen models
Looks like it was £699.99 over bank holiday recently, that was a VERY good price, this is still a good price as well though!
Yes it was £699 on amazon 2 weeks go, I brought it... brilliant laptop! Loads very quickly, good graphics and processor!
bukton
Constantine
I'm tied to buying from Amazon but am struggling to find a good deal


How are you tied to Amazon?


They refunded on an 18 month old nexus 5x as credit... Although even if it wasn't credit, I'd stick with them for how hassle free the whole process was. Consistently great customer service from Amazon for me.
Constantine
I'm tied to buying from Amazon but am struggling to find a good deal


How are you tied to Amazon?
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Dell Inspiron 15 Gaming Laptop, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M, 15.6", Black & Red at John Lewis for £799.00

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Thinking about and saw this after buying a 'gaming laptop' second hand only to find it won't play the one game (Ark survival evolved) I bought it for (well it does but less than Megadrive graphics). B… Read More
Thinking about and saw this after buying a 'gaming laptop' second hand only to find it won't play the one game (Ark survival evolved) I bought it for (well it does but less than Megadrive graphics). B…
mro2011 Avatar2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago21 Comments
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Didn't have Red keyboard tho like in pictures )-;
Exactly same as one I bought and got 2 years warranty.
Do they? Anyone? Or do JL?
Read something that said Currys do a NUS / student discount aswell at certain times.
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Buy Nvidia Shield TV and Get 6 Months Plex Pass Free £189.99 @ Amazon & Nvidia

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Buy Nvidia Shield TV and Get 6 Months Plex Pass Free Plex offers now Live TV and DVR Watch live TV. Record free TV over the air. And sync all your music, photos, and videos to enjoy anywhere. Plex P… Read More
Buy Nvidia Shield TV and Get 6 Months Plex Pass Free Plex offers now Live TV and DVR Watch live TV. Record free TV over the air. And sync all your music, photos, and videos to enjoy anywhere. Plex P…
itsvimal Avatar3w, 17h agoFound 3 weeks, 17 hours ago18 Comments
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PiiWii
BarrattsMini
tech3475
Just a reminder that the shield can also be a plex server WITH transcoding and even now supports streaming and recording live TV with the right adapter on the shield itself (but you need the plex pass).

For those who don't want to leave a computer on all the time, this may be a good alternative.

I had a shield in the past (got the pro in an Amazon sale) and while I thought it was overpriced for what it was (kind of glad it broke in warranty), it was ok for emulators but I ended up sideloading allot of stuff and using the mouse emulator.


I use Plex daily but I leave my old laptop on 24/7 and it is on its last legs. I'm actually looking for a new laptop as of next weeks pay.

I'm torn between getting an average laptop around £500 and investing £200 on the Shield so I can spare the new device the burden of being on a lot of the time.

Question is. Is it really worth £200 as a Plex server or could I do something cheaper?!


You mean as a server? If so you need plex cloud server mate. Take ages to upload your stuff but once youve done it you wont look back


I thought most plex users didn't live the idea of plex cloud because the hosting companies can see what you're storing in their cloud?
Didn't know that existed. I'll have a read now

What causes the time restraint on the upload? I live in a city centre and I average about 3mbps. It's not down to internet speed?
BarrattsMini
tech3475
Just a reminder that the shield can also be a plex server WITH transcoding and even now supports streaming and recording live TV with the right adapter on the shield itself (but you need the plex pass).

For those who don't want to leave a computer on all the time, this may be a good alternative.

I had a shield in the past (got the pro in an Amazon sale) and while I thought it was overpriced for what it was (kind of glad it broke in warranty), it was ok for emulators but I ended up sideloading allot of stuff and using the mouse emulator.


I use Plex daily but I leave my old laptop on 24/7 and it is on its last legs. I'm actually looking for a new laptop as of next weeks pay.

I'm torn between getting an average laptop around £500 and investing £200 on the Shield so I can spare the new device the burden of being on a lot of the time.

Question is. Is it really worth £200 as a Plex server or could I do something cheaper?!


You mean as a server? If so you need plex cloud server mate. Take ages to upload your stuff but once youve done it you wont look back
itsvimal


This is a joke right? Ebuyer? No thanks.
chrisredmayne
hardly use mine now to be honest since I got a samsung smart tv. hopefully the new Android tv updates coming soon will revitalise the platform as it just isn't supported by enough uk tv apps at the moment. great if you wanna watch dodgy stuff mind
An old Amazon fire stick lets you watch dodgy stuff though, why spend £200?

This would only be worth it if you had no laptop, no smart TV, no Amazon fire stick/PS4/xbox, you subscribe to nvidia now game streaming service (but have no laptop), you have a nvidia gaming pc to stream from (but you don't want to plug it directly into the telly, and again you don't have a laptop).
I normally buy gadgets that I don't really need just because I like having them, but this is so pointless I can't even convince me that I want one. And it's so expensive! I'm amazed it's still retailing at this price to be honest
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HP Omen 15-ax200na, Intel® Core™ i7, 8Gb RAM, 256Gb SSD Storage, 2Gb Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Graphics, 15.6 inch Full HD PC Gaming Laptop. £849.99 (£680 after account credit) @Very

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Great spec laptop for the price you can get it at! Previously £1k, reduced to £850 and now get 20% off when selecting Buy Now Pay Later meaning the cost is just £680! Depth: 38.2 CM Display Size: 15… Read More
Great spec laptop for the price you can get it at! Previously £1k, reduced to £850 and now get 20% off when selecting Buy Now Pay Later meaning the cost is just £680! Depth: 38.2 CM Display Size: 15…
rob252 Avatar3w, 17h agoFound 3 weeks, 17 hours ago27 Comments
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1. Buy any HP Laptop £399+ and select Buy Now Pay Later at checkout.
2. We'll automatically credit 20% back to your account by 13th June 2017, and we’ll email you when we have applied the credit to your account.
Buy Now Pay Later allows you to delay payment for up to 6, 9 or 12 months. The payment free period starts when you place your order.
The interest is calculated from order date and will be added to your account after the end of the payment free period. Avoid interest by paying in full within the payment free period. If you don't, interest will be charged. Find out more in checkout.
Delivery charges are payable on your next statement.
Order must be placed online. If you return your item, the credit will be reversed. This offer can't be used in conjunction with other offers. Offer live 31st May – 8th June 2017.

I have recently purchased this laptop through 'buy now pay later' and was wondering if the date you stated (13th June 2017) the latest it can be applied? As it is currently the 14th and the credit still hasn't been applied, thanks.
Can a normal hd be installed too or external hd? Surely 256gb aint gonna store many games
Any idea what type of ssd card this uses?
I have ordered, it's too cheap and will get a couple of years out of it
It seems too good to be true with the cashback thing.
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HP Omen 15-ax202na, Intel® Core™ i5-7300HQ Processor, 8Gb RAM, 1Tb Hard Drive + 128Gb SSD, 15.6 inch Full HD Gaming Laptop with 2Gb Nvidia GTX 1050 Graphics £829.99 (£664 after account credit) @ Very.com

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Great spec laptop and get 20% off the price at Very when selecting Buy Now Pay Later! Bringing the already reduced cost down to just £664 when you get your credit back! (Offer states 20% off all HP Read More
Great spec laptop and get 20% off the price at Very when selecting Buy Now Pay Later! Bringing the already reduced cost down to just £664 when you get your credit back! (Offer states 20% off all HP
rob252 Avatar3w, 18h agoFound 3 weeks, 18 hours ago21 Comments
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where is this offer on the very site? I can't see anything
It doesn't have a ti, just the standard 1050. Great price though
revo89
Musicrab
revo89
...Yes I may get that one as most my stuff back up on dropbox so prefer having bigger ssd
Has a 1TB hard drive too!

Thanks I couldn't see in the description but rang them up. Wouldn't have even known if it wasn't for your comment :) Also the graphics card is GTX 1050 Ti -something else they forgot to add to description


Are you sure it's a Ti? It seems too cheap even before the 20% credit.
AJ92
dealchaser888
hi, would this harm my credit profile as they might say not successful?
also would I know it at the point of purchase so I know if I could get that 20% off instead need to pay full price
It's a credit check so everyone could be refused but if yours is good then you most likely be accepted. You start by creating an account and then applying for credit if you accepted then you will see how much credit they give you then try and order an item with bnpl in the basket. If there is no option for bnpl or the bnpl code don't work (whilst i the basket) then your not eligible. Simple

Hi, thanks a lot.
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Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 1060 WF2 6GB £221.99 Amazon

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The cheapest it has been on Amazon so far, also comes with a free Rocket League download, seems odd how it says pre-order though?? https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01K7I7M00/ref=ox_sc_sfl_title_2… Read More
The cheapest it has been on Amazon so far, also comes with a free Rocket League download, seems odd how it says pre-order though?? https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01K7I7M00/ref=ox_sc_sfl_title_2…
paulst Avatar3w, 19h agoFound 3 weeks, 19 hours ago13 Comments
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FamGuy
Sweet, so you're happy with a Skoda instead of a Focus because they are both cars.Don't confuse people with different products, regardless of your own decision that it's the same, when in fact its a completely different SKU.
If the Focus and Skoda have the same engine, drive at the same speed, use the same amount of fuel, and are both hidden from view at all times..... Then yes, your analogy is accurate.

What about the ride comfort and tactile response, would they be the same?
FamGuy
Sweet, so you're happy with a Skoda instead of a Focus because they are both cars.Don't confuse people with different products, regardless of your own decision that it's the same, when in fact its a completely different SKU.


If the Focus and Skoda have the same engine, drive at the same speed, use the same amount of fuel, and are both hidden from view at all times..... Then yes, your analogy is accurate.
ritchiedrama
FamGuy
..and? It's still a 1060 with 6gb vram. you "fool".

Sweet, so you're happy with a Skoda instead of a Focus because they are both cars.

Don't confuse people with different products, regardless of your own decision that it's the same, when in fact its a completely different SKU.
TehJumpingJawa
Had one of these ordered from flubit only yesterday for £189 (plus £9 cashback).I was super happy, and (once it was dispatched) was going to post it on here.Turned out too good to be true; the supplier(armcoshop.co.uk) was BSing, advertising stock they didn't have. Order cancelled.


I'd also ordered one of these of Flubit, ordered cancelled almost immediately and now a different supplier shows on the Flubit item page. Every other order I've made through Flubit has been fine so I'm inclined to believe it was the supplier screwing around rather than Flubit. I managed to pick up a second hand EVGA card which, with their transferable warranty and good customer service, is as good as a new one as far as I'm concerned.
Fiendmish
ritchiedrama
Fiendmish
The gigabyte one is passive at low loads whilst that MSI one has a min 50% fan speed. So if noise is a concern the Gagabyte would be a better buy
It doesn't make any noise, inaudible. If you cared, you can make a custom fan curve.
It does make a noise, I owned one. You also can't set the fan curve lower than 50% on this model.

I have one, and i cannot hear it.

Edit: even just went to check now, put my ear near the case, fan speed 49%, pretty much silent like msi cards are.

Edited By: ritchiedrama on Jun 02, 2017 00:15: dfsdfs
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ASUS Zenbook - Ultra HD 15" Screen, Intel i7-7500, Nvidia GTX 960 4GB, 16GB RAM, 1TB Hard Drive & 256GB SSD - £200 off! £1,199.99

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Not for the gaming community, but still for those wanting a high performance laptop, that's not a heavy load to lug around, this should be ideal. Graphic design & CAD stuff would be good here - Read More
Not for the gaming community, but still for those wanting a high performance laptop, that's not a heavy load to lug around, this should be ideal. Graphic design & CAD stuff would be good here -
JMC19 Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago1 Comment
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Should add main spec to title
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LOW-PROFILE MSI Nvidia GTX 750Ti 2GB graphics card £81.19 @ Amazon

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LOW-PROFILE, double-slot MSI Nvidia GTX 750Ti 2GB 1020 MHz Dvi-D/HDMI Pci-E Graphics Card. In stock on June 12, 2017, but available for ordering now. Not the fastest by any stretch, but Ideal for HT… Read More
LOW-PROFILE, double-slot MSI Nvidia GTX 750Ti 2GB 1020 MHz Dvi-D/HDMI Pci-E Graphics Card. In stock on June 12, 2017, but available for ordering now. Not the fastest by any stretch, but Ideal for HT…
bankbandit Avatar3w, 3d agoFound 3 weeks, 3 days ago11 Comments
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floppydesk
low profile .. double slot .. Hmmm . cant have both .. double slot means 2 slots ??? 2 x pci slots ??

2 backplate slots, it's aimed at slimline Micro ATX cases rather than small cases.

matth9999
The one time great is looking a little dated these days - and while it has a Maxwell chipset, it's Maxwell V1 - which DOES NOT get FL12 support - has to be Maxwell V2 for that.

It'll be too slow for gaming before feature level 12 is required so it's not a big deal.
floppydesk
low profile .. double slot .. Hmmm . cant have both .. double slot means 2 slots ??? 2 x pci slots ??
No, double slot means it takes up the width of two slots, the fan is thicker than 1slot, it will still only require one PCI-E slot on the motherboard though.
I got a small form factor 2gb 950 for just over a hundred, that was a year ago, and that runs l intensive games on high / ultra still
low profile .. double slot .. Hmmm . cant have both .. double slot means 2 slots ??? 2 x pci slots ??
The one time great is looking a little dated these days - and while it has a Maxwell chipset, it's Maxwell V1 - which DOES NOT get FL12 support - has to be Maxwell V2 for that.
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ASUS ROG Strix GL502VM-FY173T 15.6 inch FHD Gaming Laptop (Intel Kabylake Core i5-7300HQ, 12 GB DDR4 RAM, 256 GB SSD, NVIDIA GTX1060 3 GB GDRR5 Graphics, G-Sync, Windows 10) - £1,049.99 @ Amazon

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Only 2 available, but the price has been cut by £250. G-Sync, Nvidia 1060 and 12Gb RAM. According to CamelCamelCamel, this was £999 in March, but normally sells at £1300. VERY tempted myself, but… Read More
Only 2 available, but the price has been cut by £250. G-Sync, Nvidia 1060 and 12Gb RAM. According to CamelCamelCamel, this was £999 in March, but normally sells at £1300. VERY tempted myself, but…
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The rabid cold voters have escaped from HUKD jail and are running riot today
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Gigabyte AORUS NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti £679.92 @ Amazon

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probably going to get voted cold but for the price with RGB lighting and a 3 year warranty and much lower temps than a founders editon for not much more. My friend just ordered one got a tenner off to… Read More
probably going to get voted cold but for the price with RGB lighting and a 3 year warranty and much lower temps than a founders editon for not much more. My friend just ordered one got a tenner off to…
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Bought one last week and seemed to get a duff one. Ran very hot, GFX corruption & crashing. Dropped my 980Ti back in and all is good again. Sending back today.
Awesome card, bit flimsy though..
mark6226
DaMoUK2013
I looked at this rather than the msi gaming x but I've seen quite a few reports of coil whine on this card. At least with amazon you have easy returns if you have an issue
I have the ti gaming X and it's really outstanding and completely silent. I've been playing rise of the tomb raider again and with this card at 4K I can max everything out. Obviously AA isn't needed.
Graphically the game looks truly lifelike. I have also added a reshade mod which enhances the game even more.
If ever there was a reason to have ti custom card this is it.
I'd always go for MSI as they are so well built.
I have the Gaming X too. Good card but the backplate gets burning hot...my 1070 never got this hot. But that's minor, since you're not going to be touching your card whilst you play games...
DaMoUK2013
I looked at this rather than the msi gaming x but I've seen quite a few reports of coil whine on this card. At least with amazon you have easy returns if you have an issue


I have the ti gaming X and it's really outstanding and completely silent. I've been playing rise of the tomb raider again and with this card at 4K I can max everything out. Obviously AA isn't needed.
Graphically the game looks truly lifelike. I have also added a reshade mod which enhances the game even more.
If ever there was a reason to have ti custom card this is it.
I'd always go for MSI as they are so well built.
Uncommon.Sense
pidgin
Damn I need a gpu but the damn prices aren't dropping for mid range cards.
<200 gtx 1060 please.
You missed them :(£188.99 HERE!
You can however still get THIS ONE! for only £156.98 (incs £13 CB) :)

Sadly im not from uk so can't buy from there - amazon only pretty much.
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ASUS VivoBook K556UQ-DM1023T 15.6 inch Full HD Notebook (Intel Core i5-7200U Processor, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, Full HD 1920 x 1080 Screen, NVIDIA GeForce 940MX 2 GB GDDR3 Graphics Card, Windows 10) - £550.00 @ Amazon

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Brand ASUS Item Weight 2.3 Kg Product Dimensions 25.6 x 38.2 x 2.5 cm Batteries: 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included) Item model number K556UQ-DM1023T Series K556UQ-DM1023T Color Black Form Fa… Read More
Brand ASUS Item Weight 2.3 Kg Product Dimensions 25.6 x 38.2 x 2.5 cm Batteries: 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included) Item model number K556UQ-DM1023T Series K556UQ-DM1023T Color Black Form Fa…
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My question is why didn't external graphics cards take off. Ultrabook by day, plug into external graphics card by night via open source interface.

Its not as easy as it seems :(. Its not masss produced yet and as such expensive.
My question is why didn't external graphics cards take off. Ultrabook by day, plug into external graphics card by night via open source interface.
CarlottaMonroe
I'd prefer the same with out the graphics card but other bells and whistles. Do people really look to mid-priced laptops for high end gaming? All I ever reading about PC gaming is how building a rig or at least buying a desktop is the way and laptops are always a silly option to take. Take out the graphics card and for the same price something more useful coule be put in to make this a more attractive mid-price option.


I've always been the same, but I bought an Alienware due to limited space, being away for work 1/4 of the year and the resale value which desktops don't have (less you scrap them individually). I got a good deal on the Alienware but otherwise yeah desktops are 100% better - it's just most people are nervous at building one when it's mega easy now. I'll be building one when I move to a bigger place.
CarlottaMonroe
A second hard drive for more storage? A better screen/processor, etc, more RAM? I'm just guessing - Not that any of those are bad in this laptop,. I just wonder why a graphics card in a laptop is such a selling point compared to other things. Unless you really are gaming on a laptop, in which case spending more than this is surely mandatory any way for a decent experience?


The graphics card and other specs on this laptop are good enough for running a lot of games. You aren't obviously going to run AAA games at 1080p with a playable framerate but the appeal here is the portability. If someone wants a gaming rig a desktop is always the best option but this will give you acces to a lot of games to play on the go if you need it.

There are plenty options out there for what you are asking. Drop the graphics and get more storage and better processor etc. £550 is a fair budget for an everyday laptop. It's going to get minimum requirements for a gaming laptop though. Hope you find what you want. It's a minefield picking the right one!
dudwood_fudwood
What would you prefer over a graphics card? What would you class as more useful?
A second hard drive for more storage? A better screen/processor, etc, more RAM? I'm just guessing - Not that any of those are bad in this laptop,. I just wonder why a graphics card in a laptop is such a selling point compared to other things. Unless you really are gaming on a laptop, in which case spending more than this is surely mandatory any way for a decent experience?


Edited By: CarlottaMonroe on May 29, 2017 00:25
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Asus ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1080 Ti O11G Gaming Graphics Card £691.00 @ Amazon.de

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I've just bought this for £779 off ebuyer got it next day delivered and a AAA game so hey not that bothered with all the delivery wait etc
Damn. I don't want to collect my MSI card now. This was the card I wanted; second only to the FTW3.

Update: Cancelled my MSI delivery and have ordered this.
Google is saying conversion comes to £679 yet Amazon is saying £691. Crooks :/

Uncommon.Sense
You can get the Aorus (MPN: GV-N108TAORUS-11GD) if you prefer that for only £638-640 from Amazon.it inc shipping. Which is every bit as good as this card, if you don't fancy paying Asus tax.

At this sort of level the cards build quality and more so how it looks play a big part of deciding which to go for (as shallow as that is).


Edited By: K1LLER_HORNET on May 27, 2017 14:53: Clarification
Got this card and been super impressed with it. That price is very reasonable for the performance
You can get the Aorus (MPN: GV-N108TAORUS-11GD) if you prefer that for only £638-640 from Amazon.it inc shipping. Which is every bit as good as this card, if you don't fancy paying Asus tax.

I'd still gladly pay the premium for silence :)
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Oh btw, if you buy this from Amazon you can get - Free Rocket League Game Download! :)
Same price @ Ebuyer too if this goes outta stock or you prefer Ebuyer.
Zotac gtx 1050ti mini 4gb
Picked up a used GTX 970 from Ebay for £108 delivered for my ITX build in the Tiny Silverstone SG13 case. Blower style so perfect for keeping the temperatures down in such a small case and no where near as noisy as people try and make out and only needs 1 6pin power lead.

Easy overclock to near enough GTX 1060 6GB speeds too.

You can pick up a used 3gb 1060 mini for about 30 quid more which urinates on these from a great height performance wise.

If you just need one for a HTPC, get a 1030. if you want to play games at decent setting and frame rates, get a used 970 or 1060
Uncommon.Sense
Why would you want this in an HTPC, isn't it a bit too powerful for just media decoding? :)

For your average grandma kodi user with a CRT TV yes its too powerful. However for anyone who values quality then no. AFAIK there are no ITX motherboards with built in HDMI 2.* needed to output UHD HDR 10bit at 60 FPS. There are hacked up versions of DP converters but they come with their own issues like not being able to bitstream audio.

So the easiest and future proof way I could figure out how to get all what I wanted at the time of building my HTPC was to stick a GTX 1060 in it. So now I can Upscale 1080 content using the amazing madvr and its fine for the lower / medium settings.


http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=146228



Edited By: be_vigilant on May 26, 2017 09:54: spelling
Why would you want this in an HTPC, isn't it a bit too powerful for just media decoding? :)
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what was the point in this comment? you told me why Flubit aren't allowed on HUKD then went on to make an obvious statement of prices go up and down... £597 for FE is still a really good deal regardless of the AMP deal. I still don't see the point in that spout of "I found a good deal before you! and it has a better coole so nyeeeehhhhhh" haha.

You took that completely the wrong way, I was saying that the risk of using Flubit vs. the saving offered may not be deemed as 'worth it' to a lot of folk. As for the Zotac deal, that would have been at the same time as your FE deal, so was a completely relevant comparison, and the Zotac has a 5 years warranty, not just a much better cooler. If you don't think a 5 warranty and superior cooler is worth £20, then that's fine but many other people would disagree.
what was the point in this comment? you told me why Flubit aren't allowed on HUKD then went on to make an obvious statement of prices go up and down... £597 for FE is still a really good deal regardless of the AMP deal. I still don't see the point in that spout of "I found a good deal before you! and it has a better coole so nyeeeehhhhhh" haha.

Edited By: imcconvey on May 27, 2017 11:28: garbage mobile
imcconvey
Well you all could have taken advantage of this deal when it was running. I posted it but HUKD removed it almost instantly because they dont like Flubit? Thanks for letting the word get out HUKD. I'll enjoy my FE for £102 less than original release price and still a he'll of alot cheaper than everywhere else.https://ibb.co/fAr2sa

It's because with Flubit they can't tell you which retailer will be used, and if they are actually any good. So having a deal like that would mean it's not going ot be always equal. Looking at when you got your FE 11-12 days ago, then you did OK, but the FE was about £610 from a feew of the EU Amazon sites, and I posted a Zotac AMP! deal for less than £619 delivered, which trounces the FE card for £20 less.
Well you all could have taken advantage of this deal when it was running. I posted it but HUKD removed it almost instantly because they dont like Flubit? Thanks for letting the word get out HUKD. I'll enjoy my FE for £102 less than original release price and still a he'll of alot cheaper than everywhere else.

https://ibb.co/fAr2sa
Added a link at the bottom of thee OP to Amazon.it where it is a few €'s cheaper after basket, at checkout etc. :)
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Not sure why cold.

It is a 1070 either way regardless of size.
Another case of the hukd community downvoting due to ignorance or bias, good find!

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Delivery should be included in the title.
It's free delivery. Sign up to AV forums.
It's not free, as you said, you have to sign up to AV forums. The title price should always include delivery regardless of whatever vouchers, coupons, cashback or membership deals may or may not apply.
Give over, just sign up to the site, there isn't even a minimum post count.
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Delivery should be included in the title.
It's free delivery. Sign up to AV forums.
It's not free, as you said, you have to sign up to AV forums. The title price should always include delivery regardless of whatever vouchers, coupons, cashback or membership deals may or may not apply.
Don't forget boy's and girls, this is today only offer, so get it before Monday!

Also thanks OP, you must have posted this at the same time I updated my thread with the cheaper price. :)
crispymorgan
I think I'd go for the 580....
why? more expensive and uses more power
Didn't last long, the deal has expired already.
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gpdl00355
Decided to take the plunge. I've got a 144hz 1440p IPS Gsync panel which should pair well with it. I must be mad :D
I also have an 1440p 144hz ips g sync monitor and I'm waiting for vega to update my gtx 1070 to a gtx 1080 ti

Edited By: fifafootball on May 19, 2017 03:28
bobo53
hdr,10bit,12bit This card does not do that apart for [email protected] which I consider useless.


this gpu can do 10bit and 12bit at 4:2:2 as it uses hdmi 2.0 . to run hdr at 10 or 12 bit with full 4:4:4 you will need hdmi 2.1 which hasnt been officially released
Indeed - all 1080ti do seems to broadly similar. Differences are primarily in fan noise and warranty. As far I can tell on the Aorus and Amp Extreme offer warranty over 3 years (4 and 5 years respectively).
nines
I paid £760 for a Gaming X that won't hold a stable overclock above 1987Mhz. Count your blessings! :)
You honestly shouldn't be concerned about this. The more rigorous testers/reviewers have come to the conclusion that between the factory overclock these cards have and GPU Boost, there really is no more headroom with these 1080 Ti's. The cooling is so good that they're hitting their physical limits way before they get too hot. Where Ti's have been pushed past 2GHz, it's been noted that while average FPS may increase slightly, frametimes actually take a hit, no doubt because of the errors/correction/latency introduced when pushing them too far.
gpdl00355
Decided to take the plunge. I've got a 144hz 1440p IPS Gsync panel which should pair well with it. I must be mad :D
you might well be, but still makes me jealous! :)
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imcconvey
Nah, rather spend another £140 and buy the Ti. Then again I have my eP33n to satisfy.

Link to a Ti for £140 more?


Just look on Flubit. They had a PNY branded FE for £595. Mine is from Gigabyte though. Arrived in 4 days from London. I tried to post the deal here but Hot Deals cried like a bunch of SJWs and removed the listing because they hate Flubit... or whatever. But the deal was legit. I got an abolsute bargain. Running 2050mhz stable in everything.
The_Hoff
hitman007
When you say original currency, do you mean the currency of the place the product is being sold? i.e. Italy would be euro.
Ellendel
The_Hoff
themanwithapc
The_Hoff
imcconvey
Nah, rather spend another £140 and buy the Ti. Then again I have my eP33n to satisfy.
Link to a Ti for £140 more?
https://www.amazon.de/Palit-GeForce-1080-Ti-Gr%C3%BCnder-Grafikkarte-Grau/dp/B06XD6XQFV/ref=sr_1_7?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1495044142&sr=1-7&keywords=1080tihttps://www.amazon.de/ZOTAC-GeForce-1080TI-GDDR5X-VRReady/dp/B06XXVVQYH/ref=sr_1_5?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1495044142&sr=1-5&keywords=1080ti
Cheapest I can find, which is about £160 more. I suppose you can probably find them a bit cheaper when they go on offer. 1080ti prices really seem to have dropped in price over the past week or so. Don't know whether it's related to supply constraints easing or immenient launch of Vega.
Using Amazon conversion they work out to £650 (£200 more than this deal).
Amazon conversion is a tax on the financially less well informed, just like paypal conversion. Always pay in the original currency with a decent forex credit card or alternate forex product (Halifax Clarity, Revolut, Mondo) .
Personally if I was buying a graphics card right now though - for various reasons - it would be this one. Heat added! :)
Exactly.
Amazon's conversion is a convenience, you'll get a better rate with a Nationwide card, or using something like Revolut.
Probably £10 saving.
Based on your earlier statement on the Amazon conversion price being (£650) £200 more expensive, it looks like a £35 saving for me.

Also personally I wouldn't characterise Amazon conversions as a convenience. You'd be better off just paying with almost any high street credit or debit card (a 3% levy on Eur 726 still doesn't get you to £650). Feels more like a cynical cash grab to me.

(I haven't checked the Amazon conversion price - just taking your word on it).

Not trying to be argumentative. Just pointing out that if someone was up for paying about an extra £160 or whatever, 'themanwithapc' had his figures more or less correct.
The_Hoff
Ellendel
The_Hoff
themanwithapc
The_Hoff
imcconvey
Nah, rather spend another £140 and buy the Ti. Then again I have my eP33n to satisfy.
Link to a Ti for £140 more?
https://www.amazon.de/Palit-GeForce-1080-Ti-Gr%C3%BCnder-Grafikkarte-Grau/dp/B06XD6XQFV/ref=sr_1_7?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1495044142&sr=1-7&keywords=1080tihttps://www.amazon.de/ZOTAC-GeForce-1080TI-GDDR5X-VRReady/dp/B06XXVVQYH/ref=sr_1_5?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1495044142&sr=1-5&keywords=1080ti
Cheapest I can find, which is about £160 more. I suppose you can probably find them a bit cheaper when they go on offer. 1080ti prices really seem to have dropped in price over the past week or so. Don't know whether it's related to supply constraints easing or immenient launch of Vega.
Using Amazon conversion they work out to £650 (£200 more than this deal).
Amazon conversion is a tax on the financially less well informed, just like paypal conversion. Always pay in the original currency with a decent forex credit card or alternate forex product (Halifax Clarity, Revolut, Mondo) .
Personally if I was buying a graphics card right now though - for various reasons - it would be this one. Heat added! :)
I know there's solutions to conversion but rather than assume people have solutions in place I quoted the price as is.
Cheers anyway.
I do get what you're saying about not everyone having something in place to avoid currency fees altogether, but things like Mondo don't even require a credit check - because it's a preload card - so it's not like anyone is locked out from paying the lower quoted prices.

Plus, I don't really see getting a cheap forex payment mechanism as more work than claiming cashback from MSI. Both are reasonably easy! :)

As I said though, in my opinion this is a cracking deal.

Edited By: Ellendel on May 19, 2017 15:27
hitman007
When you say original currency, do you mean the currency of the place the product is being sold? i.e. Italy would be euro.
Ellendel
The_Hoff
themanwithapc
The_Hoff
imcconvey
Nah, rather spend another £140 and buy the Ti. Then again I have my eP33n to satisfy.
Link to a Ti for £140 more?
https://www.amazon.de/Palit-GeForce-1080-Ti-Gr%C3%BCnder-Grafikkarte-Grau/dp/B06XD6XQFV/ref=sr_1_7?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1495044142&sr=1-7&keywords=1080tihttps://www.amazon.de/ZOTAC-GeForce-1080TI-GDDR5X-VRReady/dp/B06XXVVQYH/ref=sr_1_5?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1495044142&sr=1-5&keywords=1080ti
Cheapest I can find, which is about £160 more. I suppose you can probably find them a bit cheaper when they go on offer. 1080ti prices really seem to have dropped in price over the past week or so. Don't know whether it's related to supply constraints easing or immenient launch of Vega.
Using Amazon conversion they work out to £650 (£200 more than this deal).
Amazon conversion is a tax on the financially less well informed, just like paypal conversion. Always pay in the original currency with a decent forex credit card or alternate forex product (Halifax Clarity, Revolut, Mondo) .
Personally if I was buying a graphics card right now though - for various reasons - it would be this one. Heat added! :)

Exactly.

Amazon's conversion is a convenience, you'll get a better rate with a Nationwide card, or using something like Revolut.

Probably £10 saving.
Ellendel
The_Hoff
themanwithapc
The_Hoff
imcconvey
Nah, rather spend another £140 and buy the Ti. Then again I have my eP33n to satisfy.
Link to a Ti for £140 more?
https://www.amazon.de/Palit-GeForce-1080-Ti-Gr%C3%BCnder-Grafikkarte-Grau/dp/B06XD6XQFV/ref=sr_1_7?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1495044142&sr=1-7&keywords=1080tihttps://www.amazon.de/ZOTAC-GeForce-1080TI-GDDR5X-VRReady/dp/B06XXVVQYH/ref=sr_1_5?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1495044142&sr=1-5&keywords=1080ti
Cheapest I can find, which is about £160 more. I suppose you can probably find them a bit cheaper when they go on offer. 1080ti prices really seem to have dropped in price over the past week or so. Don't know whether it's related to supply constraints easing or immenient launch of Vega.
Using Amazon conversion they work out to £650 (£200 more than this deal).
Amazon conversion is a tax on the financially less well informed, just like paypal conversion. Always pay in the original currency with a decent forex credit card or alternate forex product (Halifax Clarity, Revolut, Mondo) .
Personally if I was buying a graphics card right now though - for various reasons - it would be this one. Heat added! :)

I know there's solutions to conversion but rather than assume people have solutions in place I quoted the price as is.

Cheers anyway.
When you say original currency, do you mean the currency of the place the product is being sold? i.e. Italy would be euro.
Ellendel
The_Hoff
themanwithapc
The_Hoff
imcconvey
Nah, rather spend another £140 and buy the Ti. Then again I have my eP33n to satisfy.
Link to a Ti for £140 more?
https://www.amazon.de/Palit-GeForce-1080-Ti-Gr%C3%BCnder-Grafikkarte-Grau/dp/B06XD6XQFV/ref=sr_1_7?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1495044142&sr=1-7&keywords=1080tihttps://www.amazon.de/ZOTAC-GeForce-1080TI-GDDR5X-VRReady/dp/B06XXVVQYH/ref=sr_1_5?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1495044142&sr=1-5&keywords=1080ti
Cheapest I can find, which is about £160 more. I suppose you can probably find them a bit cheaper when they go on offer. 1080ti prices really seem to have dropped in price over the past week or so. Don't know whether it's related to supply constraints easing or immenient launch of Vega.
Using Amazon conversion they work out to £650 (£200 more than this deal).
Amazon conversion is a tax on the financially less well informed, just like paypal conversion. Always pay in the original currency with a decent forex credit card or alternate forex product (Halifax Clarity, Revolut, Mondo) .
Personally if I was buying a graphics card right now though - for various reasons - it would be this one. Heat added! :)
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pidgin
Why can't amazon sell at those prices. Their "deal" was 217 pounds with rebate
What's wrong with Scan?
I don't live in UK, amazon only option.
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pidgin
Why can't amazon sell at those prices. Their "deal" was 217 pounds with rebate

What's wrong with Scan?


Scan have been great for me when my new £115 fanless seasonic platinun psu had coil whine. Refunded the purchase with no hassle (after returning it).
pidgin
Why can't amazon sell at those prices. Their "deal" was 217 pounds with rebate

What's wrong with Scan?
Why can't amazon sell at those prices. Their "deal" was 217 pounds with rebate
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just got one of these, can wait to try it ooot

Well I hope you have fun with it, for once today I can actually play a game, so I'm going to go and do that. :)
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cmon amazon, 199£ lets goooo, although I think nvidia will drop prices for their entire range when AMD announces vega pricing at computex so I think I'll wait a couple weeks.

Edited By: pidgin on May 19, 2017 18:59: added 2nd part
razblade77
dose the fans on this run all the time or when its hot like other cards?

Just when it gets over 60 apparently
Bought this from Scan and installed yesterday. Absolutely brilliant.
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AlexJohn73
Is it worth upgrading to a 1060 from a 970, or am I being silly?

I wouldn't.


Yeah, I guess the increase isn't worth it. Will probably wait until I can afford a DDR4 system.
dose the fans on this run all the time or when its hot like other cards?
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The code only works for first time credit buyers and 'Cannot be used on sale, digital download products, in conjunction with any other offers or on financial services products and delivery charges.'
So, I guess it won't work for a laptop since it is on sale?
Worked for me...
The code only works for first time credit buyers and 'Cannot be used on sale, digital download products, in conjunction with any other offers or on financial services products and delivery charges.'

So, I guess it won't work for a laptop since it is on sale?
Think the code may be first time orders only. Have an account setup first
LGAXD didn't work for me
If the code works, this is the best cheapest gtx 1070 laptop available. It's not too bad before the code to be fair.

Scorching.
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Seems very cheap for a 6GB 1060, not sure how it performs compared to other models with cooling/noise etc
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CosmicAero
my quidco only tracked at £3.55???
seems ok, 2% of the net amount.
the £13 cashback is from MSI, you have to claim it via their web
my quidco only tracked at £3.55???
hitman007
Can't they be controlled within MSI afterburner?
littleickle2
Note the fans on this run at minimum 49% at all times

Yes.
Can't they be controlled within MSI afterburner?
littleickle2
Note the fans on this run at minimum 49% at all times
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MSI Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 OC 3GB GDDR5 Graphics Card £169.98 @ Novatech - £13 cashback available. (£156.98)

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Cracking deal for a GeForce GTX 1060 3GB, works out at £156.98 after the MSI cashback. This makes the 3GB version of this card good value against now more expensive AMD RX 470/RX 570. 50+ in stock… Read More
Cracking deal for a GeForce GTX 1060 3GB, works out at £156.98 after the MSI cashback. This makes the 3GB version of this card good value against now more expensive AMD RX 470/RX 570. 50+ in stock…
Uncommon.Sense Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago12 Comments
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Very good price. Still haven't upgraded from R9 270. Will mull it over etc.
Great deal!
Uncommon.Sense
Nate1492
Wow, what is going on here?
Is there some collusion on voting?
This is the best deal I have seen ever for the 1060 3gb.
It's HUKD, if I re-posted it again with a different picture and a slightly different title it would probably be 500 degrees, it's just so unpredictable. :)
Yeah. While I'd never go for a 3gb model - this is RX 470 territory and I know if that's all I had to spend, the 3gb generally at the moment is the better buy.
Nate1492
Wow, what is going on here?
Is there some collusion on voting?
This is the best deal I have seen ever for the 1060 3gb.

It's HUKD, if I re-posted it again with a different picture and a slightly different title it would probably be 500 degrees, it's just so unpredictable. :)
Best price I've seen .. max 120w .. kicking Amd where it hertz

Edited By: GwanGy on May 16, 2017 02:48
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Palit GTX 1080 8GB Jetstream - £424.99 @ CCLOnline

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Seems like a good deal. I have used this company for all of my components in the past and they have always been excellent with warranties, tech advice and delivery. Read More
Seems like a good deal. I have used this company for all of my components in the past and they have always been excellent with warranties, tech advice and delivery.
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jasontipping14
Great price for this card well done. Spelling doesn't matter good deals is why we are here.


Spelling isn't hard, even I can do it! Commas are pretty awesome too :D
Great price for this card well done. Spelling doesn't matter good deals is why we are here.
'Jetstreat'
'tach advice'
'CLCOnline'

Some changes are necessary.

Edited By: K1LLER_HORNET on May 15, 2017 18:10
And not evga.
you mean 'Jetstream'
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Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB WindForce2 OC Graphics Card £179.99 @ Amazon

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Dispatched from and sold by Amazon. For 1080p gaming. 1152 NVIDIA CUDA Cores 1582MHz Base/1797MHz Boost Clock (OC Mode) or 1556MHz Base/1771MHz Boost Clock (Gaming Mode) 3GB GDDR5 8008MHz Memory Read More
Dispatched from and sold by Amazon. For 1080p gaming. 1152 NVIDIA CUDA Cores 1582MHz Base/1797MHz Boost Clock (OC Mode) or 1556MHz Base/1771MHz Boost Clock (Gaming Mode) 3GB GDDR5 8008MHz Memory
pr3dicta5le Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago6 Comments
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nicccc
when is AMD next announcing? end of month?


Rumours say they'll announce Vega at the end of may
GTX 970 or 3GB 1060?
when is AMD next announcing? end of month?
pr3dicta5le
dijital
Good deal. Shame 3gb isn't enough to take full advantage of the car though.
I was thinking that. Do all 1060s only have 3gb?
They should have put at least put 4gb in them!


be aware, the 3GB 1060 has some cuda cores disabled so it wont match the 'normal' 1060 which has 6GB of GRAM. expect a 10-15% reduction
dijital
Good deal. Shame 3gb isn't enough to take full advantage of the car though.
I was thinking that. Do all 1060s only have 3gb?
They should have put at least put 4gb in them!
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Gigabyte Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 TI 4GB GDDR5 Graphics Card £119.99 @ Amazon.co.uk

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Currently the cheapest 1050 Ti that I can find for a decent mid-entry level graphics card. Link to manufacturers specifications is HERE! Manufactuers part code: GV-N105TD5-4GD. Edit: Just had a di… Read More
Currently the cheapest 1050 Ti that I can find for a decent mid-entry level graphics card. Link to manufacturers specifications is HERE! Manufactuers part code: GV-N105TD5-4GD. Edit: Just had a di…
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Nate1492
The 580 is just an overvolted, binned, 480.But why risk it?That voids warranty and gets you what? 3%?156.99 for a 1060 3gb sounds perfect.

Why would you waste money on a 3GB GTX 1060 when the more powerful 6GB version isn't much more?
Jonofwrath
Matt4045
Jonofwrath
Is this a worthwhile upgrade from a GTX 970? Ta.
Pretty sure this is a joke. But just in-case, no, it's much worse than a 970.
Thanks - wasn't a joke. Their naming convention is confusing - I'd better google it but it seems odd that a higher number would be worse.

Apologies. I only assumed you were joking because you have a nice card.
Yes the naming is.. odd. The 50 / 60 / 70 / 80 part determines the quality of the part, the 900/1000 part just signifies what generation it's from.
Not always, but generally the 50 of the newest generation is better than the 60 of the last generation and so on like that up through the model numbers. So this is better than the 960, but not the 970.
Though to tell for sure, you have to check benchmarks.

Edited By: Matt4045 on May 17, 2017 17:28
Matt4045
Jonofwrath
Is this a worthwhile upgrade from a GTX 970? Ta.
Pretty sure this is a joke. But just in-case, no, it's much worse than a 970.

Thanks - wasn't a joke. Their naming convention is confusing - I'd better google it but it seems odd that a higher number would be worse.
Jonofwrath
Is this a worthwhile upgrade from a GTX 970? Ta.

Pretty sure this is a joke. But just in-case, no, it's much worse than a 970.
Is this a worthwhile upgrade from a GTX 970? Ta.
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Asus Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB GDDR5 Phoenix Graphics Card £131.99 Delivered @ eBuyer

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Not a bad price at all. Seems to be cheapest around as far as I can see :3 ASUS Phoenix GeForce GTX 1050 Ti comes equipped with a dual ball-bearing fan for a 2X longer card lifespan and exclusive A… Read More
Not a bad price at all. Seems to be cheapest around as far as I can see :3 ASUS Phoenix GeForce GTX 1050 Ti comes equipped with a dual ball-bearing fan for a 2X longer card lifespan and exclusive A…
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Uncommon.Sense
Sorry to say this but you can get the Gigabyte GeForce® GTX 1050 Ti D5 4G for only £119.99 from HERE!
Before you all go nooooooooo, it's not a 1050Ti, yes, it is a 1050ti check the part number linked to the Gigabyte website (gv-n105td5-4gD) :)
In the market for a new Gfx, would this be a good card to get for multimedia stuff (editing videos/photos, capturing footage, and playing games on medium settings). My current i5 rig is running a Sapphire 6570 HD card (I know it's old)

It'll do the trick.

Nothing stands out about editing videos/photos for a GFX card, but this is a solid card (there is a cheaper deal for 119.99).

https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/GTX_1050_Ti_Strix_OC/29.html

Take a look at some of the game benchmarks and decide if those numbers suite you.
Got an RX 480 4gig a while back for £150 with free doom, these look ok as the RX 480s don't seem to be dropping in price.
Uncommon.Sense
Sorry to say this but you can get the Gigabyte GeForce® GTX 1050 Ti D5 4G for only £119.99 from HERE!

Before you all go nooooooooo, it's not a 1050Ti, yes, it is a 1050ti check the part number linked to the Gigabyte website (gv-n105td5-4gD) :)

In the market for a new Gfx, would this be a good card to get for multimedia stuff (editing videos/photos, capturing footage, and playing games on medium settings). My current i5 rig is running a Sapphire 6570 HD card (I know it's old)

Edited By: Trilink on May 15, 2017 19:07: .
foxabcd1234
Uncommon.Sense
Sorry to say this but you can get the Gigabyte GeForce® GTX 1050 Ti D5 4G for only £119.99 from HERE!
Before you all go nooooooooo, it's not a 1050Ti, yes, it is a 1050ti check the part number linked to the Gigabyte website (gv-n105td5-4gD) :)
how does gigabyte 1050 ti (amazon) compare to this asus 1050 ti(ebuyer) ? pls

The Asus card has a slower boost clock, only 1392MHz, vs the 1430MHz of the Gigabyte.
Sorry to say this but you can get the Gigabyte GeForce® GTX 1050 Ti D5 4G for only £119.99 from HERE!

Before you all go nooooooooo, it's not a 1050Ti, yes, it is a 1050ti check the part number linked to the Gigabyte website (gv-n105td5-4gD) :)
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Acer Predator XB271H 27" FUll HD 144Hz - Nvidia G-sync - 1ms - HDMI / Display Port - £349.97 delivered @ ebuyer

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Nice monitor feature wise, If you're not going for a 1440p or 4K model and are happy at 1080p, It has G-sync, a 144Hz refresh rate and a 1ms response time. I don't think I need to say, but just in ca… Read More
Nice monitor feature wise, If you're not going for a 1440p or 4K model and are happy at 1080p, It has G-sync, a 144Hz refresh rate and a 1ms response time. I don't think I need to say, but just in ca…
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softpurple
Nutkin
softpurple
I wouldn't go less than 2560x1440 on 27". I ordered the Dell S2417DG 24" 1440p, Gsync, 165hz today for £331
where form?
Direct form Dell with a 20% off code
What code was it? Really interested in getting one for that price.
Cool looking monitor. Great name!
Nutkin
softpurple
I wouldn't go less than 2560x1440 on 27". I ordered the Dell S2417DG 24" 1440p, Gsync, 165hz today for £331
where form?

Direct form Dell with a 20% off code
softpurple
I wouldn't go less than 2560x1440 on 27". I ordered the Dell S2417DG 24" 1440p, Gsync, 165hz today for £331
where form?
Back in stock at the same price :)
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Zotac Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080TI AMP! 11GB Graphics Card @ Amazon.de - £619.90

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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
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…
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Got the gigabyte OC gaming variant. Perfect single card for 1440p high refresh.
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/
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.
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.
Vega will definitely give these graphics cards a price drop soon.