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Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080ti AORUS XTREME £720.99 @ Ebuyer

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Pretty sweet price drop for such a great card. This price is currently beating out alza.co.uk by around £24 and other shops such as amazon, scan and overclockers by £60+ Not sure how long this de Read More
Pretty sweet price drop for such a great card. This price is currently beating out alza.co.uk by around £24 and other shops such as amazon, scan and overclockers by £60+ Not sure how long this de
MelinTrip Avatar2d, 12h agoFound 2 days, 12 hours ago6 Comments
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mamboboy
Such a shame people are allowed to vote on things they haven't a clue about.
Exactly. Clueless people voting cold on that which they know nothing about.
Sure you could buy an Xbox one, PS4 and Switch for the price of this card but this is a different beast entirely intended for a different kind of gamer. http://oi66.tinypic.com/2h6shsh.jpg
Thats right, we are the PC Gaming Master Racer, and don't forget it console plebs ;)
mamboboy
Such a shame people are allowed to vote on things they haven't a clue about.

Exactly. Clueless people voting cold on that which they know nothing about.

Sure you could buy an Xbox one, PS4 and Switch for the price of this card but this is a different beast entirely intended for a different kind of gamer.

http://oi66.tinypic.com/2h6shsh.jpg

Edited By: K1LLER_HORNET on Apr 28, 2017 01:54
adamskiidu_44
Shame this deal is cold, this price is the cheapest for this item and therefore a hot deal, also this is arguably the best 1080ti
The Zotac is the best, then it's the MSI one, AORUS extreme is actually the most disappointing of the top 1080tis so far....
mamboboy
Thanks for the post MelinTrip. Such a shame people are allowed to vote on things they haven't a clue about.
This is one of the higher end 1080 Ti's and its being sold at just over the same price as Founders Edition cards.
I have an MSI 1080 Ti Gaming X and paid £30 more than this... wish I'd held out for this now.
Heat added. Not that it matters :(

Ah well, what can you do. If anyone's searching for a new 1080ti this card is right up there with Asus' Strix OC model and for £80 less you cannot go wrong.

I've been hunting a better price for this card over the past few weeks, emailing companies for price matches etc. Nearly ordered from Alza but have never purchased from them before so was a bit apprehensive. :|
Shame this deal is cold, this price is the cheapest for this item and therefore a hot deal, also this is arguably the best 1080ti
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Dell Inspiron 15 Gaming Laptop, Intel Core i7 7700hq, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, NVIDIA GTX 1050Ti, 15.6" 4k IPS Screen, Black - £1,034.99 @ John Lewis

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Processor 7th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-7700HQ Quad Core (6MB Cache, up to 3.8 GHz) Operating Systems Windows 10 Home 64-bit English Memory 16GB Single Channel DDR4 2400MHz (16GBx1) Hard Drive Read More
Processor 7th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-7700HQ Quad Core (6MB Cache, up to 3.8 GHz) Operating Systems Windows 10 Home 64-bit English Memory 16GB Single Channel DDR4 2400MHz (16GBx1) Hard Drive
Dave2843 Avatar2d, 19h agoFound 2 days, 19 hours ago22 Comments
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Asura
I got this from Dell for roughly the same price, and I sent it back, at 4k even web pages were a struggle for this.
That's insane. If you are having problems with displaying web pages on a quad core i7 with 16GB RAM, PCIe SSD and GTX 1050ti graphics, either your ISP streaming isn't up to it, or you've managed to get your laptop slowed down with malware or bloatware.

No and no. It was just bad. I only had it for a couple of hours and sent it back. 4k video played ok, games were ok, but anything else had a odd judder to it. so back it went.
Just be aware, if the hinges break they aren't covered by warranty, screws come loose. you'll have difficulty getting Dell to do anything. If you have any other issue Dell can pass off as "You must have dropped it" you're not covered. Suggest you look up Dell reviews on the net, until they sort their customer service I would rather buy from Dell Boy.
Unless you're on first name terms with Michael Dell then avoid, it took a tweet to him before Dell UK took my laptop to fix. Hinge screw was missing inside, they accused me of dropping the laptop and initially wanted £220 to repair, also stating my warranty was expired as they had shipped it to an online retailer 3 months before I bought it.
Now sorted but it took a week of abuse from Indian call centre staff first.
dreamcat4
I like this laptop very much. However (for me) its let down in a couple of areas. Which are: no 1080p IPS option, and no thunderbolt port...
However these 2 missing features seem included by the Lenovo Yoga 720! It just doesnt seem to be available in the UK yet. Sorry thats not meant to be an advertisement or anything. Its just like we were discussing here about the 4k panel being a bit of a sticking point for some of us.

The new Lenovo does look very interesting, but unfortunately, as you say, it's not available over here yet, and we don't know what the price will be.

The lack of thunderbolt is a disappointment, but not a deal killer for me. Sure, it's an improvement on USB 3.0, but apart from a backup disk and the occasional USB memory stick I'm not really looking to add any external devices. I suspect that's true for quite a lot of people.

Actually I'm not worried about gaming - I just need a decent photo and video editing machine and a 4K screen should help.
Asura
I got this from Dell for roughly the same price, and I sent it back, at 4k even web pages were a struggle for this.

That's insane. If you are having problems with displaying web pages on a quad core i7 with 16GB RAM, PCIe SSD and GTX 1050ti graphics, either your ISP streaming isn't up to it, or you've managed to get your laptop slowed down with malware or bloatware.
I like this laptop very much. However (for me) its let down in a couple of areas. Which are: no 1080p IPS option, and no thunderbolt port...

However these 2 missing features seem included by the Lenovo Yoga 720! It just doesnt seem to be available in the UK yet. Sorry thats not meant to be an advertisement or anything. Its just like we were discussing here about the 4k panel being a bit of a sticking point for some of us.
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HP Omen 15-ax002na Intel® Core™ i7, 8Gb RAM, 1Tb Hard Drive & 128Gb SSD Storage, 15.6 inch Full HD Gaming Laptop with 4Gb Nvida Geforce GTX965M Graphics - Black (with code) £752.99 @ Very

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Code: LGC9P £50 off Technical Details Brand HP Item Weight 2.2 Kg Product Dimensions 38.2 x 25.3 x 2.4 cm Batteries: 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included) Item model number 15-ax002na Read More
Code: LGC9P £50 off Technical Details Brand HP Item Weight 2.2 Kg Product Dimensions 38.2 x 25.3 x 2.4 cm Batteries: 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included) Item model number 15-ax002na
02wilben Avatar3d, 12h agoFound 3 days, 12 hours ago3 Comments
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Have you got more info on the code? Also there is 10% credit back on bnpl orders.


Quote code LGAPR at the checkout when you place an order of £200 or more for £20 back.
Quote code LLMR7 at the checkout when you place an order of £300 or more for £30 back.
Quote code LGC9P at the checkout when you place an order of £500 or more for £50 back.
Have you got more info on the code? Also there is 10% credit back on bnpl orders.

Edited By: AJ92 on Apr 26, 2017 22:03
Pity the free xbox controller has finished.
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MSI Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Armor 8Gb OC GDDR5 - £394.99 @ Very £539.99

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Get 10% off for new customer and another 10% credit on your account if you get on a pay later deal. 12 months no interest deal. ENDS 4th May 2017 Get another £43 off from MSI with the Cashback they… Read More
Get 10% off for new customer and another 10% credit on your account if you get on a pay later deal. 12 months no interest deal. ENDS 4th May 2017 Get another £43 off from MSI with the Cashback they…
BiggyWoo Avatar3d, 18h agoFound 3 days, 18 hours ago10 Comments
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I always vote cold on very deals where the cheapness is only based on you getting money off as a new customer.
The point Uncommon.Sense is trying to make, I think, is that you shouldn't rely on credit to buy a graphics card - you don't "need" a graphics card, so getting into debt just to own one, seems a bit daft.

But who needs to be responsible, when credit is thrown at us left right and centre? X)
Uncommon.Sense
BiggyWoo
Uncommon.Sense
I've done these sort of deals with Very before, and they do happily pay the 10% towards the credit on your account, but they generally don't stack offers sadly. It is a lot of hassle when you can get a brand new card from Amazon HERE for around £420, with no need for cashback, account credits and discount codes.
It's still a good deal, but I can't say I'd want to risk it for about £25 saving. :(
I like the MSI brand. That was the other thing. Also i received my credit and paying for it monthly which might suit some people the ability to afford such a card.
Point taken, but unless you are taking advantage of the 0% BNPL, the ability to 'afford' this card only on a credit basis would worry me from a financial point of view.
Don't get me wrong I am a big fan of credit where you are the winner, and paying nothing for the privilege but actually holding on to your capital longer, but by the time you paid of this card it would be worth less than the balance outstanding.
Hi

Which it is, the 12 months 0% BNPL. People do have to rely on credit sometimes to "afford" higher end gaming components. My apologies if this would cause a worry to you.
BiggyWoo
Uncommon.Sense
I've done these sort of deals with Very before, and they do happily pay the 10% towards the credit on your account, but they generally don't stack offers sadly. It is a lot of hassle when you can get a brand new card from Amazon HERE for around £420, with no need for cashback, account credits and discount codes.
It's still a good deal, but I can't say I'd want to risk it for about £25 saving. :(
I like the MSI brand. That was the other thing. Also i received my credit and paying for it monthly which might suit some people the ability to afford such a card.

Point taken, but unless you are taking advantage of the 0% BNPL, the ability to 'afford' this card only on a credit basis would worry me from a financial point of view.

Don't get me wrong I am a big fan of credit where you are the winner, and paying nothing for the privilege but actually holding on to your capital longer, but by the time you paid of this card it would be worth less than the balance outstanding.
Uncommon.Sense
I've done these sort of deals with Very before, and they do happily pay the 10% towards the credit on your account, but they generally don't stack offers sadly. It is a lot of hassle when you can get a brand new card from Amazon HERE for around £420, with no need for cashback, account credits and discount codes.
It's still a good deal, but I can't say I'd want to risk it for about £25 saving. :(
I like the MSI brand. That was the other thing. Also i received my credit and paying for it monthly which might suit some people the ability to afford such a card.
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Gigabyte NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1080 Founders Edition used £419.75 from Amazon UK

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was browsing web for 1070 and 1080 and saw this. very tempting. Read More
was browsing web for 1070 and 1080 and saw this. very tempting.
Clisig Avatar6d, 23h agoFound 6 days, 23 hours ago11 Comments
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HallowJack
I've gone right off Amazon Warehouse since I was it voids manufacturer's guarantee.
Zotac is 5 years I think. So they're selling rejected/opened products with their original guarantee now void, as you're not the original purchaser, for barely a 10% discount.
Rip off I reckon.
A rare voice of sanity, they won't listen.
I've gone right off Amazon Warehouse since I was it voids manufacturer's guarantee.

Zotac is 5 years I think. So they're selling rejected/opened products with their original guarantee now void, as you're not the original purchaser, for barely a 10% discount.

Rip off I reckon.
Amicable11
That card doesn't have to be used even if it stands there - in amazon warehouse it means it was damaged by a picker, it was returned but opened by a customer or it is just a damaged box. Read the description on it where it will say exactly what is the problem :) I bought few things 20-30% cheaper when it was only box opened but product untouched with full warranty. :)

they only have stock listed as "very good" = Repackaged and small imperfection on the front of the item,
you get 30 days return if your not happy...

http://i.imgur.com/r4MHXIn.png


Edited By: cainer1 on Apr 23, 2017 12:52
good for chopping carrots on.
That card doesn't have to be used even if it stands there - in amazon warehouse it means it was damaged by a picker, it was returned but opened by a customer or it is just a damaged box. Read the description on it where it will say exactly what is the problem :) I bought few things 20-30% cheaper when it was only box opened but product untouched with full warranty. :)
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HP Omen 15-ax202na, 15.6” Gaming Laptop with Intel i5, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD, 128GB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Full HD – Black - £749.00 @ Tesco Direct (C&C)

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Dave2843 Avatar1w, 20h agoFound 1 week, 20 hours ago4 Comments
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Actually you can get an extra £20 off using the coupon code TDX-KPYK bringing the total down to £729.
PHL
I want to buy a gaming laptop or PC to play a game called black desert online. Anyone recommend this laptop? :|


I bought the laptop when it was £740 and it is a good laptop.

Plays most games on medium settings, it is a good laptop for the price.. However IMO the screen is matte and pretty dark at times, so might be better to look elsewhere.
I want to buy a gaming laptop or PC to play a game called black desert online. Anyone recommend this laptop? :|
Is a good price for the laptop at present.

But it will probably go cold as was £740 a few weeks ago with a free Xbox elite controller.
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Gigabtyte Nvidia GTX 1080Ti GAMING OC 11GB only £670.00 @ Amazon.es.

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£670.00 @ Amazon Spain
Cheapest AIB card available right now and in stock at the time of posting from a reputable seller to boot!. Price once in the basket and at the checkout ends up at €804.74, which translates to less… Read More
Cheapest AIB card available right now and in stock at the time of posting from a reputable seller to boot!. Price once in the basket and at the checkout ends up at €804.74, which translates to less…
Uncommon.Sense Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago34 Comments
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The MSI Geforce GTX 1080 TI Armor 11G OC is only £660 HERE! - what makes the Gaming X version worth £54 + £6 postage more? Genuine question, as it appears to be a few MHz on the core, and most of the Pascal 1080 TI's clock a lot higher than these out of the box anyhow.

Edited By: Uncommon.Sense on Apr 29, 2017 21:28
The MSI gaming X 11g is only £714 at alza. It's a much better card than this.
gr8h8me
I've never played Chuckie Egg. Just googled it and I must say........its a AAA game and well worth the download even though it may take up to 1 second to download


I used to have to stay behind after school to get 15 mins slots to play this game.
Zotac is 900+ euros :|
Uncommon.Sense
Just found the Zotac AMP Extreme version at a very competitive price, see the added edit on the original post if you don't like this card. :)


Where?
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MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Armor 8GB only £426.50 @ Amazon.it

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£426.50 @ Amazon Italy
Back in stock and down to a decent price again, not the best or worst GTX 1080 in the world but not half bad. Purchased using one of the many fee free foreign currency cards, making sure you pay in… Read More
Back in stock and down to a decent price again, not the best or worst GTX 1080 in the world but not half bad. Purchased using one of the many fee free foreign currency cards, making sure you pay in…
Uncommon.Sense Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago5 Comments
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I think it's probably going cold because people are clicking through and seeing the price is wrong - then not taking it through to check out where the price drops. Bit of a weird one. Not sure what's going on with the Amazon website!

Coming up as £426.07 once through the whole process now, so even 43p cheaper than your headling price. Heat from me! Great find! :)

Edit: Just ran it though properly with a forex card, and now it's coming up as £431.60 including shipping. Still good though.

Edited By: Ellendel on Apr 19, 2017 11:02: Reason in body of comment
corrazy
Uncommon.Sense
HasanG
wait why is this cold?
Hotukdeals crowd are very fickle, 6 weeks ago I posted this deal but the card was OOS, but £1.50 less in cost. Wouldn't be surprised if this end up at -200. :)
Don't get it myself. Card is relatively speaking a bargain at this (and your price)

Quite ironically, I've realised the fact that it is currently the best price you can buy it for doesn't mean it's a good deal on HUKD, it's like Westminster, all politics and what people themselves consider value for money. THat is why I always end up trawling the new deals section, and generally you get more deals from the stuff that never gets past 100 degrees.

Broken site, is broken but the site owners won't fix it as they still pile in the cash from affiliate links regardless.
Uncommon.Sense
HasanG
wait why is this cold?

Hotukdeals crowd are very fickle, 6 weeks ago I posted this deal but the card was OOS, but £1.50 less in cost. Wouldn't be surprised if this end up at -200. :)


Don't get it myself. Card is relatively speaking a bargain at this (and your price)
HasanG
wait why is this cold?

Hotukdeals crowd are very fickle, 6 weeks ago I posted this deal but the card was OOS, but £1.50 less in cost. Wouldn't be surprised if this end up at -200. :)
wait why is this cold?
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Asus NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8GB DUAL OC White - £299.79 @ Amazon.fr inc 2 Free game codes!

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Spotted this while trawling for deals on some GTX 1080's, seems like a very decent price, and from a reputable brand also. Not sure what this exact model is like but it's the cheapest GTX 1070 I have… Read More
Spotted this while trawling for deals on some GTX 1080's, seems like a very decent price, and from a reputable brand also. Not sure what this exact model is like but it's the cheapest GTX 1070 I have…
Uncommon.Sense Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago54 Comments
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Uncommon.Sense
I'd send an e-mail to [email protected] and copy in [email protected], and explain the problem you are having, including the serial numbers and the promo code, along with a pdf of the invoice showing the purchase date.
Hopefully Asus will be able to sort it out. :)
Thanks again,sorry you have turned into support! I've already emailed Asus so will post result on here. Cheers

No worries helping, that is what this site it supposed to be about. :)
Uncommon.Sense
I'd send an e-mail to [email protected] and copy in [email protected], and explain the problem you are having, including the serial numbers and the promo code, along with a pdf of the invoice showing the purchase date.
Hopefully Asus will be able to sort it out. :)

Thanks again,sorry you have turned into support! I've already emailed Asus so will post result on here. Cheers
I'd send an e-mail to [email protected] and copy in [email protected], and explain the problem you are having, including the serial numbers and the promo code, along with a pdf of the invoice showing the purchase date.

Hopefully Asus will be able to sort it out. :)
I'm having a problem redeeming the dawn of war 3 code too. Tried it on the UK link and it does not seem to do anything and tried the French one as well but that won't accept my serial number
foggy
Uncommon.Sense
foggy
Ok so it's arrived. Tried and failed to redeem game offers, I'm just round and round in circles. For Warhammer does it cause any issues to be from UK but bought in France? - there are different links. Appreciate if anyone has had success if they could share. Ta very much
Try this LINK for a code from France.Go down to the very bottom of the page, and press the big red Redeem Now graphic. Hope this helps. :)
Thanks for the reply. Got all the way to redeem with Asus code and everything but it's telling me my Serial number is wrong - It isn't! I've tried all ways

So you have the promo code, and the serial number, but only the serial number is wrong? Or did they not require a promo code for this redemption? I'd see if there is an e-mail address you can send a query to, maybe they can assist you.
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EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW GAMING ACX 3.0 8192MB GDDR5X £489.99 @ BT Shop

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Always liked FTW gpus, this one just dropped below £500 and EVGA is pretty reliable so figured someone would probaly like one. Read More
Always liked FTW gpus, this one just dropped below £500 and EVGA is pretty reliable so figured someone would probaly like one.
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BigP50000
this brand had to re-release this model due to overheating issues...if you buy this then claim the thermal pads free from evga and diy
im not sure if its ftw or sc version
All cards available in stores are updated with new pads and bios ages ago pal.


no actually they re releasded a new ICX version where you have to send back your old overheating card and pay more extra then they send you a new model back..."pal"


ICX cooling and sending the card is completely different thing. You messed two separate things together. As I said all the cards in the shops are already updated with new pads and bios.
On the top of that you can get a refreshed model with new ICX cooling called FTW2 ICX.
d3k
BigP50000
this brand had to re-release this model due to overheating issues...if you buy this then claim the thermal pads free from evga and diy
im not sure if its ftw or sc version
All cards available in stores are updated with new pads and bios ages ago pal.


no actually they re releasded a new ICX version where you have to send back your old overheating card and pay more extra then they send you a new model back..."pal"
BigP50000
this brand had to re-release this model due to overheating issues...if you buy this then claim the thermal pads free from evga and diy

im not sure if its ftw or sc version


All cards available in stores are updated with new pads and bios ages ago pal.
BigP50000
this brand had to re-release this model due to overheating issues...if you buy this then claim the thermal pads free from evga and diy
im not sure if its ftw or sc version

I thought the ACX 3.0 was the revised design? Not 100% sure on that though
Chuggee
Danze1984
I noticed this yesterday on PC Partpicker. Had been weighing up whether to upgrade to a 1600X system, and price wise it came out as the same price as this. Seems a no brainer to stick with a 4790K and pair it with a 1080 at this price.


Should have gone with the 1600x and a 1070.


Doubt there's much of a difference between the 1600x and the 4790k when it comes to gaming. Plus you'd have to buy a new motherboard and ddr4 ram so its really not worth it for little to no benefit. Getting the 1080 is definitely the better option.

Edited By: Zain4454 on Apr 15, 2017 18:39: a
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NEW NVIDIA TITAN XP - £1,159.00 @ NVidea

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bobo53 Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago19 Comments
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Buy a 1080ti for half price with almost the same performance. Only those buy these who don`t know what to do with their money or want to show off.
Hahaha for that price you can buy a Xbox one,ps4, switch and several games for each console.
Awful price for a card marginally better than a 1080ti... and yet
Your gonna pay almost DOUBLE!!! This is strictly for E peens
There are always some products where you say 'for those with more money than sense'.
The original Titan at least had full DP so it could be argued it was a semi-pro card.
The previous Pascal Titan X at least was out ages before the 1080Ti.
This card?
Well in theory it should be faster than a 1080Ti (by about 7% based on the shaders, 13% for memory), but in practice it isn't because Nvidia use that really poor cooler so it can't boost as much.
I guess taking a £1159 card and immaculately invalidating the warranty by slapping it under water might be okay (I assume that Nvidia would invalidate the warranty but didn't look it up), but the card not only has a poor cooler but also a so-so VRM etc. so I doubt it will clock that well.
Basically (for those who want to spend this much) the card is ruined by not having third-party coolers and boards.

This and F's Edition do raise an interesting question: why do the OEMs allow Nvidia to get away with this?

Guess, they don't have a choice, but there is always the possibility of some risk for Nvidia: one of the reason why phone OEMs are so keen not to use Intel (aside from the quality of their SOCs especially the modem etc.) is that a lot of them know perfectly well that PC OEMs make have around 3-5% margins while Intel have 60%+ so someone as big as Samsung really doesn't want to help Intel. So, the graphic card OEMs may not have a choice but it doesn't make Nvidia popular with them so if at some stage AMD had a better product, they won't show much loyalty to Nvidia. Guess it's a long-term risk Nvidia are willing to take for more profits now.
Thanks mate, i dont want to buy it but you made me aware of it. I like to keep ahead of technology :)
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Dell XPS 15, i7, 16 GB RAM, 512GB PCIe SSD, 2GB Nvidia Graphics, 3 YR Warranty £1,228.99

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Can't find this cheaper anywhere else online! Great spec, amazing price, have been trying to share it with you since morning but have not been able to make a post! Spec: XPS 15 - 9550 512GB PCIe Read More
Can't find this cheaper anywhere else online! Great spec, amazing price, have been trying to share it with you since morning but have not been able to make a post! Spec: XPS 15 - 9550 512GB PCIe
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Marekj
It's last year's model, with a decent discount. Equivalent 9560 would run about £500 more than this, with 7th gen Intel and a 1050. Up to you if the bump in the GPU and CPU bumps are worth the premium.
There is a choice, though, so everyone is a winner.
These are beautifully made, btw.
Seems to run about £1900 for a 4k, 512 16gb ram model with 3 years warranty before any discounts, you can expect to get about £400 when the codes stack
£1700 get the same spec with a FHD panel so about £1360 after a good double discount.
Still a nice laptop but be prepared to fight Dell for replacements if the build quality is off as they forget to tell you any onsite for new systems involves "refurbished parts"
Refurbished means any old crap is thrown in a box and shipped out, this was Dells ideea of a refurbished palm rest for my old 9530http://i.imgur.com/91Ov4jV.jpghttp://i.imgur.com/LNa2gxX.jpghttp://i.imgur.com/G3uu9Ap.jpg
To be fair it came with free hand grease and a random bit of plastic connector.
You have been warned :p
Don't start, especially not at this time of day :p.
My old 9530 from the outlet has now had 6 mobo replaced and basically everything else over a 2.5 year stretch except for CPU, ssd and battery.
The latest engineer said that if you have 3 repairs within a month, you can demand a full refund as long as you're in warranty which I intend to do. The laptop is basically a dud. I told the engineer they've probably spent more on the laptop than I initially did just on parts. If you get one that goes faulty, it can be a difficult experience. I guess the one good thing about Dell is you can extend the warranty which has been a godsend for me, otherwise.

I got my 9530 upgraded to a 9550 so go for it, waste no time hounding them!
GoNz017
Marekj
It's last year's model, with a decent discount. Equivalent 9560 would run about £500 more than this, with 7th gen Intel and a 1050. Up to you if the bump in the GPU and CPU bumps are worth the premium.
There is a choice, though, so everyone is a winner.
These are beautifully made, btw.
Seems to run about £1900 for a 4k, 512 16gb ram model with 3 years warranty before any discounts, you can expect to get about £400 when the codes stack
£1700 get the same spec with a FHD panel so about £1360 after a good double discount.
Still a nice laptop but be prepared to fight Dell for replacements if the build quality is off as they forget to tell you any onsite for new systems involves "refurbished parts"
Refurbished means any old crap is thrown in a box and shipped out, this was Dells ideea of a refurbished palm rest for my old 9530http://i.imgur.com/91Ov4jV.jpghttp://i.imgur.com/LNa2gxX.jpghttp://i.imgur.com/G3uu9Ap.jpg
To be fair it came with free hand grease and a random bit of plastic connector.
You have been warned :p

Don't start, especially not at this time of day :p.

My old 9530 from the outlet has now had 6 mobo replaced and basically everything else over a 2.5 year stretch except for CPU, ssd and battery.

The latest engineer said that if you have 3 repairs within a month, you can demand a full refund as long as you're in warranty which I intend to do. The laptop is basically a dud. I told the engineer they've probably spent more on the laptop than I initially did just on parts. If you get one that goes faulty, it can be a difficult experience. I guess the one good thing about Dell is you can extend the warranty which has been a godsend for me, otherwise.
where does it state 3 years warranty?
Marekj
It's last year's model, with a decent discount. Equivalent 9560 would run about £500 more than this, with 7th gen Intel and a 1050. Up to you if the bump in the GPU and CPU bumps are worth the premium.

There is a choice, though, so everyone is a winner.

These are beautifully made, btw.
Seems to run about £1900 for a 4k, 512 16gb ram model with 3 years warranty before any discounts, you can expect to get about £400 when the codes stack
£1700 get the same spec with a FHD panel so about £1360 after a good double discount.

Still a nice laptop but be prepared to fight Dell for replacements if the build quality is off as they forget to tell you any onsite for new systems involves "refurbished parts"
Refurbished means any old crap is thrown in a box and shipped out, this was Dells ideea of a refurbished palm rest for my old 9530
http://i.imgur.com/91Ov4jV.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/LNa2gxX.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/G3uu9Ap.jpg

To be fair it came with free hand grease and a random bit of plastic connector.

You have been warned :p
Marekj

These are beautifully made, btw.

You should pop over to the owners forums as you would be shocked by the lack of build quality, I quoted it as the QC department were blind and wearing mittens.
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OP I'm afraid the deal is not great for some. It's last generation specs with the 6 series processor and the 9XX series graphics card.
A HP Omen posted the other day was £899, which had an i7 7700HQ and a 1050Ti which isn't far off a 980M and it came with an xbox elite controller so effectively £800. So I'd imagine you could probably get the i7 and 1060 for 1200 so why wouldn't you?
Perhaps the quality isn't the same, I've not seen either in person, but if I was a betting man that'll be why this has gotten cold. Expensive laptop deals always go one way or another.
Not voted either way on this
Thanks drink
"Ice Cream"
OP I'm afraid the deal is not great for some. It's last generation specs with the 6 series processor and the 9XX series graphics card.

A HP Omen posted the other day was £899, which had an i7 7700HQ and a 1050Ti which isn't far off a 980M and it came with an xbox elite controller so effectively £800. So I'd imagine you could probably get the i7 and 1060 for 1200 so why wouldn't you?

Perhaps the quality isn't the same, I've not seen either in person, but if I was a betting man that'll be why this has gotten cold. Expensive laptop deals always go one way or another.

Not voted either way on this

Edited By: drnkbeer on Apr 09, 2017 23:30
ihatebingo
cant understand why this is cold.nobody can get this machine cheaper than this anyway of course you can buy from ebay for 1,800 pounds if thats any good.this is an amazing price for a machine of this quality

I'm not sure mate, but my guess would be the gaming nerds on here will want a 1050/1060/1080 graphics card (I don't know anything about them, I'm proud to say) for less than £1,000, even if all of the other specs and screen are crap.
cant understand why this is cold.nobody can get this machine cheaper than this anyway of course you can buy from ebay for 1,800 pounds if thats any good.this is an amazing price for a machine of this quality
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You guys are very optimistic about vega i wont hold my breath though. Any way this GPU is a bargain especially if your going to be using it in a small form factor case or use it for watercooling as it uses a reference design 8) from me
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If I wasn't into girls I'd be all over this!
You could actually get one of these though.
Ha Ha - awesome
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Just wondering why deal is cold ? I personally haven't seen any better deals
1080TiP is out soon
Just wondering why deal is cold ? I personally haven't seen any better deals
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Seems like Amazon have lowered their prices on these cards (Choice of 3)... https://www.amazon.co.uk/Palit-GTX-1080-Jetstream-8GB/dp/B01GGBPXI0 https://www.amazon.co.uk/Gainward-GRAPHICS-1080-Ph…
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Even if that model is out of reach for both you and me it might effect prices on other cards but no one really knows at the moment. i only built my first pc at christmas and very happy with the improvement over console. I have a amd fury gpu for £230 as it was the best value at the time and it plays everything i have at 2k on ultra settings at a decent framerate apart from the new mass effect which is very demanding. I would love a card that will play at 4k at a decent framerate one day but i agree £700 is a bit much.


I hope so, got my RMA from OCUK and sending out the card this morning. I think I might just use my gaming laptop for now and sell the card. lol Undecided yet.
Even if that model is out of reach for both you and me it might effect prices on other cards but no one really knows at the moment. i only built my first pc at christmas and very happy with the improvement over console. I have a amd fury gpu for £230 as it was the best value at the time and it plays everything i have at 2k on ultra settings at a decent framerate apart from the new mass effect which is very demanding. I would love a card that will play at 4k at a decent framerate one day but i agree £700 is a bit much.

Edited By: Confuzz on Apr 17, 2017 11:37
Confuzz
RobM_UK
None of them are at £449.99. The one in the deal link is £487.32 + £5.28 UK delivery, the other two are Palit but are @ £503.06 + £6.90 UK delivery. Any other deals going on grey Palit GTX 1070 Jetstream?My RX480 packed up the other day and am awaiting news from the manufacturer regarding repair. If I get a replacement I will sell it and put the money towards to 1080. Would prefer amazon UK as I have few vouchers.
Scan has the grey Pallit at £509.99 incl delivery, more or less same as amazon. Would love to get this at the price as in original post.
The new amd vega should be out in may i would wait to see what that is like and what effect it has on prices

Yes I have heard of it and one reason why I withheld on locking myself to Freesync monitor and using instead just the standard one, but if the rumoured prices going to be £700 then that will deffo be out of my reach so nvidia might be the way to go. i have been an nvidia using since moving from voodoo (yes you heard this right lol), used amd gpu's til present for about 6 years give or take a year.
RobM_UK
None of them are at £449.99. The one in the deal link is £487.32 + £5.28 UK delivery, the other two are Palit but are @ £503.06 + £6.90 UK delivery. Any other deals going on grey Palit GTX 1070 Jetstream?My RX480 packed up the other day and am awaiting news from the manufacturer regarding repair. If I get a replacement I will sell it and put the money towards to 1080. Would prefer amazon UK as I have few vouchers.
Scan has the grey Pallit at £509.99 incl delivery, more or less same as amazon. Would love to get this at the price as in original post.
The new amd vega should be out in may i would wait to see what that is like and what effect it has on prices
None of them are at £449.99. The one in the deal link is £487.32 + £5.28 UK delivery, the other two are Palit but are @ £503.06 + £6.90 UK delivery. Any other deals going on grey Palit GTX 1070 Jetstream?My RX480 packed up the other day and am awaiting news from the manufacturer regarding repair. If I get a replacement I will sell it and put the money towards to 1080. Would prefer amazon UK as I have few vouchers.
Scan has the grey Pallit at £509.99 incl delivery, more or less same as amazon. Would love to get this at the price as in original post.

Edited By: RobM_UK on Apr 17, 2017 01:30
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I was going to go for another 1070 to use in sli. I've read some articles about the 1070 in sli mode and they say they are blisteringly fast. However, it seems that not all games support sli. I still cant decide

I personally wouldn't, suppose if you was thinking of paying £300+ for another 1070, could sell your current one and put all the money towards the 1080ti


Sound advice. I'll get a good price for my current 1070. It's a high end MSI card. And then I'll put that towards a 1080ti. Maybe. There's no rush.

Edited By: mark6226 on Apr 07, 2017 09:46: Mispellimg
shahidali47
hello
how can I help?
CCL Code: VGA3772
so this was £685.57 at CCL yesterday
as soon as you expected stock you shoot the price up to £771.12 inc VAT
disgraceful
our prices are subject to change at any time and we don't actually have stock yet
this will probably change again
all the 1080Ti's will be updated with proper pricing when we get stock
well its quite dissapointing
i think that price £685.57 yesterday was a publicity stunt
i posted it on http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gigabyte-geforce-gtx-1080-ti-gaming-oc-11gb-with-free-game-685-57-ccl-2655764
15:52
the manufacturer of the card hasn't even decided on the price
we are just using whatever they say at the time
and you just dissapointed everyone in that forum
ok
we don't even change them they are direct prices from NVIDIA
ok i understand
the price will only be fixed when we have stock in the building
i understand it's not ideal for you
can i post this reply in that link i sent
but it's the best we can do
ok
thanks for explaining
no worries
it will be sorted in the next week or so

They knew the price a month ago. All the distributors did. Perhaps it was a stunt. Not cool ccl. But generally their prices are good.



Edited By: rapid111111 on Apr 06, 2017 16:30
hello
how can I help?
CCL Code: VGA3772
so this was £685.57 at CCL yesterday
as soon as you expected stock you shoot the price up to £771.12 inc VAT
disgraceful
our prices are subject to change at any time and we don't actually have stock yet
this will probably change again
all the 1080Ti's will be updated with proper pricing when we get stock
well its quite dissapointing
i think that price £685.57 yesterday was a publicity stunt
i posted it on http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gigabyte-geforce-gtx-1080-ti-gaming-oc-11gb-with-free-game-685-57-ccl-2655764
15:52
the manufacturer of the card hasn't even decided on the price
we are just using whatever they say at the time
and you just dissapointed everyone in that forum
ok
we don't even change them they are direct prices from NVIDIA
ok i understand
the price will only be fixed when we have stock in the building
i understand it's not ideal for you
can i post this reply in that link i sent
but it's the best we can do
ok
thanks for explaining
no worries
it will be sorted in the next week or so
holy *** gone upto £771 NOW with pre order CCL TRICKED EVERYON. **** them
rapid111111
xZEDx
will skip this gen... 980ti still working great only game at 2560*1080, don't really need an upgared
but it's 50% faster, how can you resist!!! lol :p
yeah the 980ti is holding well, which is what i hope to expect from this ti
I game at 1440p on a 165hz monitor. Welcome upgrade from my 980ti, over 100fps at 1440p at everything i've tried so far.
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Gkains
maddogb
I guess Moores law said nothing about the price :D
Actually, Moore's Law only talked about the price. That is the cost of producing a chip with a certain amount of transistors:
The complexity for minimum component costs has increased at a rate of roughly a factor of two per year. Certainly over the short term this rate can be expected to continue, if not to increase. Over the longer term, the rate of increase is a bit more uncertain, although there is no reason to believe it will not remain nearly constant for at least 10 years.
That's from 1965. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moore%27s_law#History)
But anyway, the timespan has been slipping and even Intel now admit that it's closer 2.5 years, and physically past 7/5nm there is no clear path. However, slower and more expensive nodes have not stopped both Nvidia and Intel from having record profits.
Anyhow, the 3GB 1060 is a very poor card which can barely keep up with ultra settings now. The overpriced 6Gb version or the far more competitively priced Radeon RX480 8GB are a better investment.

you really need to brush up on your reading skills. /ignore
Get an RX470 if you want i spend 150 or an RX480 for the same price as above from OCUK.

Both are better cards than the 1060 3GB.
maddogb
I guess Moores law said nothing about the price :D

Actually, Moore's Law only talked about the price. That is the cost of producing a chip with a certain amount of transistors:
The complexity for minimum component costs has increased at a rate of roughly a factor of two per year. Certainly over the short term this rate can be expected to continue, if not to increase. Over the longer term, the rate of increase is a bit more uncertain, although there is no reason to believe it will not remain nearly constant for at least 10 years.
That's from 1965. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moore%27s_law#History)

But anyway, the timespan has been slipping and even Intel now admit that it's closer 2.5 years, and physically past 7/5nm there is no clear path. However, slower and more expensive nodes have not stopped both Nvidia and Intel from having record profits.

Anyhow, the 3GB 1060 is a very poor card which can barely keep up with ultra settings now. The overpriced 6Gb version or the far more competitively priced Radeon RX480 8GB are a better investment.
its now at £186 but tbh that's a better price than has been on these cards, really at one up form the bottom of the range these should be nearer £140 anyway, nvidia cards get more expensive with each new range.
I guess Moores law said nothing about the price :D
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I think that's a fair comment - had 24 hours to have a play and its awesome !!

Dave
whiteswan
cheaperbythe12
whiteswan
Hi - quick update - it was just delivered this morning.
It doesn't say on the outside of the box which graphics card is in the system.
So I opened it up - luckily the side comes off the pc really easily to allow access to the internal components - its just a slide switch - no tools needed.
And it is indeed a GTX 1080 - it says so on top of the card !!
And its 16 gig ram.
So - not a bad buy for the price.
Very pleased to be honest.
Dave
That is an excellent price for what you got. Managed to snag an Alienware R5 on Dell's outlet for similar money with similar specs (32gb ram and 512gb ssd but same processor and GPU). Was a scratch and dent unit and indeed there are quite a few marks though doesn't bother me as it's situated under my desk. If I hadn't just got that for £1230 I'd buy this. Voted hot.
I'm not that knowledgeable about PC's to be honest.
I come to this from a 4 year old Lenovo K430 desktop - which has been bulletproof and was sourced from here for around £499 - its a i7 with 2tb but only a GT630 graphics card.
I did look at trying to upgrade the card - power supply etc but apparently they are "non standard" - so that will be relegated to my home office machine - and the new one will be my main unit.
Now if its such a good buy - why has it been voted cold ??
Dave

Probably because it cost more than £1k and people here can't afford that so automatically vote cold. It is a good deal and I can't see anything that comes near to this around the same price point unless you're lucky and get a good deal on Dell's outlet for an Aurora R5 like I did, but those deals are few and far between. Again, nice find 8)
Hi

What would be a better GPU than the 1080 on offer here (apart from the 1080ti) ?

Dave
whiteswan

...Now if its such a good buy - why has it been voted cold ??
Dave
mainly as people compare PRE-BUILT to DIY builds (and the confusion about which the GPU is included). DIY builds are usually cheaper and with better components, but as technology advances every 3-4mths what is "top spec" now soon won't be. overall this PC is quite decent, but to get a better GPU is more cost effective
cheaperbythe12
whiteswan
Hi - quick update - it was just delivered this morning.
It doesn't say on the outside of the box which graphics card is in the system.
So I opened it up - luckily the side comes off the pc really easily to allow access to the internal components - its just a slide switch - no tools needed.
And it is indeed a GTX 1080 - it says so on top of the card !!
And its 16 gig ram.
So - not a bad buy for the price.
Very pleased to be honest.
Dave
That is an excellent price for what you got. Managed to snag an Alienware R5 on Dell's outlet for similar money with similar specs (32gb ram and 512gb ssd but same processor and GPU). Was a scratch and dent unit and indeed there are quite a few marks though doesn't bother me as it's situated under my desk. If I hadn't just got that for £1230 I'd buy this. Voted hot.

I'm not that knowledgeable about PC's to be honest.

I come to this from a 4 year old Lenovo K430 desktop - which has been bulletproof and was sourced from here for around £499 - its a i7 with 2tb but only a GT630 graphics card.

I did look at trying to upgrade the card - power supply etc but apparently they are "non standard" - so that will be relegated to my home office machine - and the new one will be my main unit.

Now if its such a good buy - why has it been voted cold ??

Dave
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Just bought for 359+6EUR, which totalled approx 310GBP.

I'm assuming the delivery wasn't avoidable?
What about the warranty? What happens if there is something wrong/ something happens in a few mohts to the card and you have order from amazon. fr, while live in other part of EU? I've only ordered books from there and I don't know
Back to the deal price.
Good price although its worth noting that theres no backplate which may put some people off.

And before anyone says you can buy one and install it or that they make no difference they have a couple of pros that is worth it to some.

Improved looks
Improved rigidity
Improved cooling (this is debated but it may knock off a degree or two)
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nvidia is money sucker
mamboboy

People willing to spend this sort of money on a GPU really aren't too bothered about spending the extra to get it from the UK and have a UK warranty...
You cannot state that like it's a fact.



Edited By: Destard on Mar 31, 2017 09:46
welsh_andy
wasnt the launch price of the Ti $699 i know the dollar to pund isnt good but thats plain silly, that would make this 900$ ish 200$ more than list price, eek
That was for the FE card, which was £699.99 here. Aftermarkets cost more, obviously.

Plus Americans pay their state tax separately. It works out very close once you add in the exchange rate and tax factors, I think we got shafted by about £8-10.




Edited By: mamboboy on Mar 30, 2017 22:20: 21
wasnt the launch price of the Ti $699 i know the dollar to pund isnt good but thats plain silly, that would make this 900$ ish 200$ more than list price, eek

Edited By: welsh_andy on Mar 30, 2017 21:54
Destard
toxicnerve
Are people voting cold because it's Scan or because they can't afford a £750 GPU?
If you read the thread again you'll note a link to a cheaper deal elsewhere.
But it's out of stock/ordered on request. If you read my post notes it says this is the first non-ref 1080 Ti that's in stock and ready to ship...

People willing to spend this sort of money on a GPU really aren't too bothered about spending the extra to get it from the UK and have a UK warranty...

You order this from Alza and it'll probably turn up when the other manufacturers all start releasing theirs...

Edited By: mamboboy on Mar 30, 2017 21:01

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I'm playing witcher 3 at the minute. Settings high over 60fps. Funny you mention nvidia optimised games while the other guy mention doom which on Vulcan or dx12 is same but for amd. Remove you bias and both the 480 and 1060 are perfect for playing 1080p on high settings.
colquhounconnor
Twinsenx
corrazy
Asunai
I will be interested in a decent GPU with a good cooler for 1080p games. Which will you guys be recommending? Was either consider 1070, 1060 or even RX480. But AMD from my past experience are quite loud and some heat issue(6870, 7970).
You don't need a 1070 for 1080p. I've an 8GB MSI gaming x 480. It works perfectly, as would any other 480 or 1060 (6GB) one
Gaming RX 480 might work perfectly but not everyone wants to play on low to medium details.
really seems u don't know how good it runs doom and other games at ultra @1080p with 60 and above fps if you are gunna spread misinformation go somewhere else.
One game, Doom.
Try to run any AAA game like witcher, deus ex, ghost recon on ultra, then we can talk.
Sure it can run few older games on ultra even, csgo and the like can run on a toaster these days.
colquhounconnor
Twinsenx
corrazy
Asunai
I will be interested in a decent GPU with a good cooler for 1080p games. Which will you guys be recommending? Was either consider 1070, 1060 or even RX480. But AMD from my past experience are quite loud and some heat issue(6870, 7970).
You don't need a 1070 for 1080p. I've an 8GB MSI gaming x 480. It works perfectly, as would any other 480 or 1060 (6GB) one
Gaming RX 480 might work perfectly but not everyone wants to play on low to medium details.
really seems u don't know how good it runs doom and other games at ultra @1080p with 60 and above fps if you are gunna spread misinformation go somewhere else.
They may be confusing the RX 480 with the GTX 480? :{
Twinsenx
corrazy
Asunai
I will be interested in a decent GPU with a good cooler for 1080p games. Which will you guys be recommending? Was either consider 1070, 1060 or even RX480. But AMD from my past experience are quite loud and some heat issue(6870, 7970).
You don't need a 1070 for 1080p. I've an 8GB MSI gaming x 480. It works perfectly, as would any other 480 or 1060 (6GB) one

Gaming RX 480 might work perfectly but not everyone wants to play on low to medium details.




really seems u don't know how good it runs doom and other games at ultra @1080p with 60 and above fps if you are gunna spread misinformation go somewhere else.
Twinsenx
corrazy
Asunai
I will be interested in a decent GPU with a good cooler for 1080p games. Which will you guys be recommending? Was either consider 1070, 1060 or even RX480. But AMD from my past experience are quite loud and some heat issue(6870, 7970).
You don't need a 1070 for 1080p. I've an 8GB MSI gaming x 480. It works perfectly, as would any other 480 or 1060 (6GB) one
Gaming RX 480 might work perfectly but not everyone wants to play on low to medium details.

given i'm playing everything on high, and the likes of overwatch/csgo on ultra on 1440p i beg to differ.
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really??? I've the new 16mb which can be made up to 128mb with a usb stick why would you need one with 500mb???
bradoneill
I've got the old one... gutted the controller now has a fault where it needs to be plugged in to the unit constantly. Problem that has occurred for other people. Seems nothing can be done except buy a new controller. Expensive.
Same here mine's under warranty still and NVidia looking into it
therealgdog
SpartanDavie
The new model does have micro sd slot (I have the 500gb version, maybe that's different)
yep only the 2017 pro version has a micro sd slot - the bog standard version (16gb) does not


Oh right, didn't realise that. What do you guys use your Shield for anyway? I got mine to set it up as a Plex server but it can't do channels yet so it's currently sat there doing nothing :|
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The new model does have micro sd slot (I have the 500gb version, maybe that's different)
yep only the 2017 pro version has a micro sd slot - the bog standard version (16gb) does not
The new model does have micro sd slot (I have the 500gb version, maybe that's different)
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Requires gamepad. This is reduced from £10 a couple of days ago. Sorry, first chance to post. Great visuals, relaxing game play. Well worth the £2.79, though easy.
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It sucks that NVidia games are so expensive, isn't it the same chip as in PCs ? I cant be bothered buying games on steam and google play. Double the price for most stuff


yes it's a proper arm based for android, however it's got the nvidia GPU for graphics, it also come with controllers.
It's a great product, will also stream from your nvidia GPU on your pc ( various requirements needed)
It sucks that NVidia games are so expensive, isn't it the same chip as in PCs ? I cant be bothered buying games on steam and google play. Double the price for most stuff
Sorry, too late in posting it.
Yep, showing £9.99 on my Shield
Nope, it's £9.99
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KFA2 GeForce GTX 1080 8GB EXOC Graphics Card £425.00 @ Amazon.de

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Pretty good card for the money, around the same price as some poorer GTX 1080 cards. This has been up and down in price today between €489 and up to €510, and at the time of writing this there are Read More
Pretty good card for the money, around the same price as some poorer GTX 1080 cards. This has been up and down in price today between €489 and up to €510, and at the time of writing this there are
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Seems like this keeps dipping down to €490-495, making this approximately £415 help from the increased € rate too of course, got to be the cheapest decent GTX 1080 to date.
Price has dropped to €494 so hitting between £419-420 now. :)
This is now down to about £425, inc postage presently.
powerbrick
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrghhhhhhhh, the dreaded clown card.

Just noticed what you mean, what a hideous box. :D
Good price, budget brand.

Nothing wrong with KFA2, it'll be faster than any 1070 on the market and competitive with the 1080s, as they don't require a ton of cooling.
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Does anyone have a working link for the cash back?
https://www.asus-promotion.com/uk/
Thanks for that!
UKseagull
Does anyone have a working link for the cash back?


https://www.asus-promotion.com/uk/
Does anyone have a working link for the cash back?
Has the portal gone live for this yet?

I tired https://asuspromotions.com/uk/en/claims/cashback/invoice and it still wasn't working :/
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delboyd

Anyone else got issues with the site? I can't seem to select a date..
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It's the same for me :/ I've just sent them an email, I'll report back when I hear something.
There are no issues with the site. The earliest you can make an eligible purchase is the 10th of March, and you need to wait 30 days to make a claim, so the cashback redemption facility will open on the 9th of April, as stated on the site as follows:
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Valid for purchases from selected dealers during 10th of March to 31st of March 2017.
Cashback redemption open from April 9th to the 31st of May 2017.

I had a suspicion it may be something like that but was too lazy to bother looking into it. Thanks for taking the time to clarify :)
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bouncy99
lol, a penny sub £190, thats desperation. garbage amd gpu's.
Thanks for adding your 2 cents. In my honest opinion there aren't enough useless comments from teenage hardware fan-boys on the internet already.
was actually a penny, not 2 cents. Go play Counter Stike Go on your RX480 ;)
bouncy99
lol, a penny sub £190, thats desperation. garbage amd gpu's.
Thanks for adding your 2 cents. In my honest opinion there aren't enough useless comments from teenage hardware fan-boys on the internet already.
lol, a penny sub £190, thats desperation. garbage amd gpu's.
Sub 190? Gtfo
Plenty of 8GB 480s have popped up recently for less than £190.
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Did anyone buy this. Does a silver version of the Omen 15 actually exist?

Also noticed the standard colour version is £699.95 now which I'm tempted to go for. Not 100% sure it's suitable for Adobe Illustrator which is what I'm mainly using it for.

Also would want to install ssd but I assume that would void the warranty!!!!!!!!!!!1111

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With the savings you could just fit a SSD into the extra 2.5" slot.
However if the other mentioned deal has a M.2 SSD that would be a better option in my opinion as it has SSD and HD.
Why would I want to spend £700 on a laptop and then start taking it to bits?

Just weighing up the options and comparing to the other deal. For some it's a simple task to put a hdd/ssd into a laptop. I understand some people may lack the skills/confidence to do so. Hence the other deal with both hdd and ssd being a more desirable offer should you need both, if you don't this would be a better option.
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With the savings you could just fit a SSD into the extra 2.5" slot.
However if the other mentioned deal has a M.2 SSD that would be a better option in my opinion as it has SSD and HD.

Why would I want to spend £700 on a laptop and then start taking it to bits?
Mark-uk
Can this have a separate SSD installed, thinking of selling the xbox controller and buying a SSD to install the OS on?


and voiding your warranty at the same time. I was going to do something with a recent msi purchase but lucky I didn't as it had hdd failure within 2 months and the warranty label was on the screw directly above the hdd
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Great price for Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB £209.99 @ Novatech

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surely this is a typo, as the other MSI 6gb model is here
https://www.novatech.co.uk/products/components/nvidiageforcegraphicscards/nvidiagtx1060series/gtx10606gtoc.html
Anyone received to confirm its no the 3gb?
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ether707
I only play on 1920x1080 and would want to record gameplay at 1080p without lagging. Scan have the Asus rx480 8gb for £174.98 plus DOOM.
They don't, that card has 4GB VRAM. https://www.scan.co.uk/products/4gb-asus-radeon-rx-480-dual-oc-14nm-polaris-pcie-30-7000mhz-gddr5-1300mhz-(1320mhz-in-oc-mode)-boost
The cheapest 8GB they do is £189.

It was a today only deal and they stopped doing it now.
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http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_1060_Armor/30.html
A review from a few weeks ago to base current performance. Beats the RX480 on average across the resolutions tested.
It beats a throttling reference RX 480, which nobody is suggesting that anybody buy. A custom card running at a stable 1300MHz+ is a different proposition and the only fair comparison (especially given that custom GTX 1060s will be running at close to 2GHz out of the box due to GPU Boost). The fact is that there's really nothing between them in terms of performance overall, with the RX 480 performing better in some games and the GTX 1060 performing better in others. There's no sensible advice to offer other than saying that you should consider what games you want to play, look at comparisons of the two in those games, and purchase based on that.
Any dumb memes about driver quality are a fabrication. I use cards from both vendors regularly and there is no difference.
vulcanproject
Wattman is still buggy and unstable. Lots of error notifications and crashes even now.
Not on my system, with any of the AMD cards I've had since it was released (including a couple of RX 480s and the R9 290X I'm currently using).

A reference GTX1060 beats a reference RX 480 9 months after launch, correct.

Are you suggesting that the reference RX 480 cards still suffer from thermal and power issues, won't reach their reference clocks and AMD haven't fixed them after all this time? That wouldn't reflect well on them.

Or are you suggesting that aftermarket cards all automatically boost much much higher than the reference cards?

I'm sure you can't mean either of these things because neither is true. Even 1300mhz for example is less than 3 percent higher than reference boost on the RX480. But I'm open to your explanation.

All the test linked to shows this MSI GTX1060 card and even the reference one leading RX 480. Naturally aftermarket cards overclock and boost better over reference it just depends how much better. That much is obvious. GTX1060 a lot better, RX 480 typically not a lot at all.

This test was done before Nvidia's latest driver however, which considerably closes the gap between some of the DX12 games by quite a bit and probably raises the average lead rather higher.

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vulcanproject
Wattman is still buggy and unstable. Lots of error notifications and crashes even now.
Not on my system, with any of the AMD cards I've had since it was released (including a couple of RX 480s and the R9 290X I'm currently using).

I'm glad you have had a fortunate experience with Wattman, unfortunately many have not. Not too reliable software that came out of AMD's notoriously unreliable Overdrive software. So notorious they changed the name to Wattman and relaunched it last year...

MSI afterburner is certainly more stable and mature, is the main point.
ether707
I only play on 1920x1080 and would want to record gameplay at 1080p without lagging. Scan have the Asus rx480 8gb for £174.98 plus DOOM.

They don't, that card has 4GB VRAM.

https://www.scan.co.uk/products/4gb-asus-radeon-rx-480-dual-oc-14nm-polaris-pcie-30-7000mhz-gddr5-1300mhz-(1320mhz-in-oc-mode)-boost

The cheapest 8GB they do is £189.
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msi gtx 1070 armor oc £335.99 @ Amazon

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brilliant model for one of the best prices I've seen, dropped £100 almost with no reported batch production issues, even cheaper than the ugly models than msi's aro lineup and the 1070 version is £60
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finished. :(
No LEDs on this :(
minicale
No backplate in 2017 :(


for the price you could buy a custom backplate of your choosing and still come under budget :D
minicale
No backplate in 2017 :(
This is pretty much an entry level non-blower style GTX 1070. There are plenty of other (read: more expensive) 1070s available with backplates, including other cards from MSI.

Why would MSI waste money on adding a backplate (which doesn't add anything in terms of performance) to one of their lower end 1070s?

I think it's great that graphics card manufacturers are still offering relatively basic models of higher end cards, which have pretty much all the performance of their more expensive counterparts, but without all the unnecessary bits which drive up the price.
No backplate in 2017 :(
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MSI GeForce GTX 1080 AERO 8G (V336-015R) @ Amazon.de £444.50

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Not as good a the last deal I posted from Amazon.it for the MSI Armour GTX 1080, as this is a blower style fan. :( However there are quite a few in stock to ship now and the price works out about £…
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GasGaGlide
Same here but it's Ti or Vega for me just Vega is taking to long :( Pascal is getting to be a old architecture and its well optimised for .
Even though I'm really sure the Ti is going to be faster Vega is going to get better with time and optimisation is going to progress beyond early stages. I just hope the price is right and the gap isn't to big then I will be happy. Don't want the reference Ti anyway so will have choice between two even if Vega sucks. Hopefully not long left.
Pascal has not been out a year so how is it old architecture?
While "die-shrunk Maxwell" isn't quite fair... it's not far off. :D
This is the third time this deal has been posted.
GasGaGlide
Same here but it's Ti or Vega for me just Vega is taking to long :( Pascal is getting to be a old architecture and its well optimised for .
Even though I'm really sure the Ti is going to be faster Vega is going to get better with time and optimisation is going to progress beyond early stages. I just hope the price is right and the gap isn't to big then I will be happy. Don't want the reference Ti anyway so will have choice between two even if Vega sucks. Hopefully not long left.

Pascal has not been out a year so how is it old architecture?
Same here but it's Ti or Vega for me just Vega is taking to long :( Pascal is getting to be a old architecture and its well optimised for .

Even though I'm really sure the Ti is going to be faster Vega is going to get better with time and optimisation is going to progress beyond early stages. I just hope the price is right and the gap isn't to big then I will be happy. Don't want the reference Ti anyway so will have choice between two even if Vega sucks. Hopefully not long left.
shahidali47
i really want this but at the same time don't wanna setlle for second best and i cant afford a Ti lol
Ti is second best, this is third :)
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Price drop due to the 1080ti which is out next week. In stock with free delivery and a free game. Just noticed that this has already been posted. Please expire.
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i'd want a full system and quality monitor for that money ....

Lol.
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i'd want a full system and quality monitor for that money ....
Here ya go...

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i'd want a full system and quality monitor for that money ....
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Decent Price for a GTX 1080, comes with either For Honour or Ghost Recon Wildlands, All for £495.77
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Got mine for £399.99 here. Arrives tomorrow.
That Deal has expired though ... Plus it's refurbished. X)

Edited By: JoshuaHirst on Mar 07, 2017 09:30: .
Got mine for £399.99 here. Arrives tomorrow.
Noice, Nvidia is dropping the price of the 1080 as the 1080ti is coming out so hopefully this is manufacturers following suit.
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I'm not too familar with this brand but seems to be the cheapest GTX 1060?
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With the prices of 480s now, a 3gb 1060 is expensive at anything over £140 imo.
Seriously, where are you getting 480's for less than £140?
I've seen 4GB 480s for £155 recently, they're at £160 now here:http://www.awd-it.co.uk/asus-radeon-dual-rx-480-gddr5-4gb-oc-vr-gaming-graphics-card.html
Given how much the 480 outperforms the 3GB 1060, I wouldn't go near one unless it was at least £20 cheaper. Personal opinion, of course.
You're joking, right?https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_1060_Gaming_X_3_GB/26.html
The 1060, stock, is in a dead heat with the 480 8 GB model, and ahead of the 4 GB model. (4GB model performs about 3% slower than the 8 GB).
So, you may want to re-review your comparisons and read a few more reviews, considering you are not correct about your statement above.
Nice try. Rather than quoting reviews from launch, have a look at how the cards perform now.
And the gap widens even further when you look at DX12 (which most games are now supporting). Add in the fact that 3GB of VRAM is already becoming limiting, the only way someone would pick a 3GB 1060 is if they've got an unreasonable bias against AMD.
So, you make bold statements and don't back them up and say "just google it"? Get off it, find a review that shows a 'wide gap'. Even in DX12, the 1060 wins about half the time.
And there is strong progress in dx12 for NVIDIA. They've focused on it and it will be part of their next few sets of drivers.
Please show me where I said there was a 'wide gap'. IIRC, I qualified my statements with "Personal opinion, of course". Instead of jumping down someone's throat for suggesting a non-nVidia card, perhaps you should take the time to actually read what they write.
Although somewhat amusingly, shortly after this 'deal' came up (and I think the heat score is quite telling) some more 480 deals came up that were even better. Just saying.
"And the gap widens even further"
I don't know how you can interpret that, especially as it's just a straight up unsourced, unbacked, claim. Find something that shows a 'gap that widens' and not something like a 1% change.
When you say there is a gap, you *mean* there is a gap, not that AMD have caught up a bit, or pushed slightly ahead.
You made a claim there is a 20 quid performance gap. Go. Show that.
Against my better judgement, because I wasn't aware stating an opinion required evidence, I'm going to spend the 20 seconds of effort on Google it required to give you the evidence required:http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/73945-gtx-1060-vs-rx-480-updated-review-23.html
This shows that the RX480 has pulled up to equal performance vs the 6GB 1060 in DX11, and is now beating it by an average of more than 5% in DX12. Given the 6GB 1060 was priced at roughly £30 more than the 3GB, and general opinion was that it was worth the extra, I think this demonstrates the value gap I highlighted. And AMD is widening that gap all the time, as evidenced by the gains seen thus far.
I'm not sure why my post upset you so much. Perhaps you bought a 3GB 1060 and dislike the validity of your purchase being questioned. But was all this really necessary, given you have access to Google just as I do?

Upset? Nothing about your post upset me, I don't know why you assumed I was upset.

Here's a review that's from the 21st of Feb that shows the 1060 galloping over the 480 in a round of 21 games. Hardware Canucks chose to review 5 titles. I mean, 21... 5... 21.. 5.... You get the picture, right? Oh, and all 5 of the titles by Hardware Canucks are included in that 21.

Surely, you can see that giving the title of "DX12 performance crown" or "Equal DX11 Performance" to the 480 based on 5 games is almost telling a straight lie, right?

This isn't the first time Hardware Canucks has drawn terrible conclusions. They also did an article about driver optimization improvements for AMD, but they used an entirely different set of drivers to compare the drivers...

A final thing that you should *seriously* consider is this: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_1060_Armor/33.html

The 1060 is an absolute beast of an OCer. Check out those results. 16.5% overclock from reference's top OC. The 480 just falls behind whenever OC'ing is talked about.

Again, you have *not* highlighted any value gap, at best you have shown there is no value gap, and at best, I've shown the opposite.

I have access to google, yet, not every understanding is complete without reading and comprehension.

EDIT: I just noticed, yet again, Hardware Canucks have changed their set of games tested between two comparison reviews.

Here is their first review: http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/73040-nvidia-gtx-1060-6gb-review.html

BF1 wasn't included and ROTR was. Swapping out BF1 for ROTR would *easily* sway the results exaclty as much as you saw.

Take a look, ROTR is 22% faster on the 1060gb. BF1, the 1060 is only 3% faster.

That's 19% difference in one game selected, when you are only using 12 games total, that's 2% difference *right there*.

In their first review, they included 20 games. In their second 're-review' they cut it to 12 games.



Edited By: Nate1492 on Mar 09, 2017 01:30: Clarity.
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With the prices of 480s now, a 3gb 1060 is expensive at anything over £140 imo.
Seriously, where are you getting 480's for less than £140?
I've seen 4GB 480s for £155 recently, they're at £160 now here:http://www.awd-it.co.uk/asus-radeon-dual-rx-480-gddr5-4gb-oc-vr-gaming-graphics-card.html
Given how much the 480 outperforms the 3GB 1060, I wouldn't go near one unless it was at least £20 cheaper. Personal opinion, of course.
You're joking, right?https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_1060_Gaming_X_3_GB/26.html
The 1060, stock, is in a dead heat with the 480 8 GB model, and ahead of the 4 GB model. (4GB model performs about 3% slower than the 8 GB).
So, you may want to re-review your comparisons and read a few more reviews, considering you are not correct about your statement above.
Nice try. Rather than quoting reviews from launch, have a look at how the cards perform now.
And the gap widens even further when you look at DX12 (which most games are now supporting). Add in the fact that 3GB of VRAM is already becoming limiting, the only way someone would pick a 3GB 1060 is if they've got an unreasonable bias against AMD.
So, you make bold statements and don't back them up and say "just google it"? Get off it, find a review that shows a 'wide gap'. Even in DX12, the 1060 wins about half the time.
And there is strong progress in dx12 for NVIDIA. They've focused on it and it will be part of their next few sets of drivers.
Please show me where I said there was a 'wide gap'. IIRC, I qualified my statements with "Personal opinion, of course". Instead of jumping down someone's throat for suggesting a non-nVidia card, perhaps you should take the time to actually read what they write.
Although somewhat amusingly, shortly after this 'deal' came up (and I think the heat score is quite telling) some more 480 deals came up that were even better. Just saying.
"And the gap widens even further"

I don't know how you can interpret that, especially as it's just a straight up unsourced, unbacked, claim. Find something that shows a 'gap that widens' and not something like a 1% change.

When you say there is a gap, you *mean* there is a gap, not that AMD have caught up a bit, or pushed slightly ahead.

You made a claim there is a 20 quid performance gap. Go. Show that.
Against my better judgement, because I wasn't aware stating an opinion required evidence, I'm going to spend the 20 seconds of effort on Google it required to give you the evidence required:

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/73945-gtx-1060-vs-rx-480-updated-review-23.html

This shows that the RX480 has pulled up to equal performance vs the 6GB 1060 in DX11, and is now beating it by an average of more than 5% in DX12. Given the 6GB 1060 was priced at roughly £30 more than the 3GB, and general opinion was that it was worth the extra, I think this demonstrates the value gap I highlighted. And AMD is widening that gap all the time, as evidenced by the gains seen thus far.

I'm not sure why my post upset you so much. Perhaps you bought a 3GB 1060 and dislike the validity of your purchase being questioned. But was all this really necessary, given you have access to Google just as I do?
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dazz71
thelagmonster
With the prices of 480s now, a 3gb 1060 is expensive at anything over £140 imo.
Seriously, where are you getting 480's for less than £140?
I've seen 4GB 480s for £155 recently, they're at £160 now here:http://www.awd-it.co.uk/asus-radeon-dual-rx-480-gddr5-4gb-oc-vr-gaming-graphics-card.html
Given how much the 480 outperforms the 3GB 1060, I wouldn't go near one unless it was at least £20 cheaper. Personal opinion, of course.
You're joking, right?https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_1060_Gaming_X_3_GB/26.html
The 1060, stock, is in a dead heat with the 480 8 GB model, and ahead of the 4 GB model. (4GB model performs about 3% slower than the 8 GB).
So, you may want to re-review your comparisons and read a few more reviews, considering you are not correct about your statement above.
Nice try. Rather than quoting reviews from launch, have a look at how the cards perform now.
And the gap widens even further when you look at DX12 (which most games are now supporting). Add in the fact that 3GB of VRAM is already becoming limiting, the only way someone would pick a 3GB 1060 is if they've got an unreasonable bias against AMD.
So, you make bold statements and don't back them up and say "just google it"? Get off it, find a review that shows a 'wide gap'. Even in DX12, the 1060 wins about half the time.
And there is strong progress in dx12 for NVIDIA. They've focused on it and it will be part of their next few sets of drivers.
Please show me where I said there was a 'wide gap'. IIRC, I qualified my statements with "Personal opinion, of course". Instead of jumping down someone's throat for suggesting a non-nVidia card, perhaps you should take the time to actually read what they write.
Although somewhat amusingly, shortly after this 'deal' came up (and I think the heat score is quite telling) some more 480 deals came up that were even better. Just saying.

"And the gap widens even further"

I don't know how you can interpret that, especially as it's just a straight up unsourced, unbacked, claim. Find something that shows a 'gap that widens' and not something like a 1% change.

When you say there is a gap, you *mean* there is a gap, not that AMD have caught up a bit, or pushed slightly ahead.

You made a claim there is a 20 quid performance gap. Go. Show that.
Nate1492
thelagmonster
Nate1492
thelagmonster
dazz71
thelagmonster
With the prices of 480s now, a 3gb 1060 is expensive at anything over £140 imo.
Seriously, where are you getting 480's for less than £140?
I've seen 4GB 480s for £155 recently, they're at £160 now here:http://www.awd-it.co.uk/asus-radeon-dual-rx-480-gddr5-4gb-oc-vr-gaming-graphics-card.html
Given how much the 480 outperforms the 3GB 1060, I wouldn't go near one unless it was at least £20 cheaper. Personal opinion, of course.
You're joking, right?https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_1060_Gaming_X_3_GB/26.html
The 1060, stock, is in a dead heat with the 480 8 GB model, and ahead of the 4 GB model. (4GB model performs about 3% slower than the 8 GB).
So, you may want to re-review your comparisons and read a few more reviews, considering you are not correct about your statement above.
Nice try. Rather than quoting reviews from launch, have a look at how the cards perform now.
And the gap widens even further when you look at DX12 (which most games are now supporting). Add in the fact that 3GB of VRAM is already becoming limiting, the only way someone would pick a 3GB 1060 is if they've got an unreasonable bias against AMD.
So, you make bold statements and don't back them up and say "just google it"? Get off it, find a review that shows a 'wide gap'. Even in DX12, the 1060 wins about half the time.
And there is strong progress in dx12 for NVIDIA. They've focused on it and it will be part of their next few sets of drivers.
Please show me where I said there was a 'wide gap'. IIRC, I qualified my statements with "Personal opinion, of course". Instead of jumping down someone's throat for suggesting a non-nVidia card, perhaps you should take the time to actually read what they write.

Although somewhat amusingly, shortly after this 'deal' came up (and I think the heat score is quite telling) some more 480 deals came up that were even better. Just saying.
thelagmonster
Nate1492
thelagmonster
dazz71
thelagmonster
With the prices of 480s now, a 3gb 1060 is expensive at anything over £140 imo.
Seriously, where are you getting 480's for less than £140?
I've seen 4GB 480s for £155 recently, they're at £160 now here:http://www.awd-it.co.uk/asus-radeon-dual-rx-480-gddr5-4gb-oc-vr-gaming-graphics-card.html
Given how much the 480 outperforms the 3GB 1060, I wouldn't go near one unless it was at least £20 cheaper. Personal opinion, of course.
You're joking, right?https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_1060_Gaming_X_3_GB/26.html
The 1060, stock, is in a dead heat with the 480 8 GB model, and ahead of the 4 GB model. (4GB model performs about 3% slower than the 8 GB).
So, you may want to re-review your comparisons and read a few more reviews, considering you are not correct about your statement above.
Nice try. Rather than quoting reviews from launch, have a look at how the cards perform now.
And the gap widens even further when you look at DX12 (which most games are now supporting). Add in the fact that 3GB of VRAM is already becoming limiting, the only way someone would pick a 3GB 1060 is if they've got an unreasonable bias against AMD.

So, you make bold statements and don't back them up and say "just google it"? Get off it, find a review that shows a 'wide gap'. Even in DX12, the 1060 wins about half the time.

And there is strong progress in dx12 for NVIDIA. They've focused on it and it will be part of their next few sets of drivers.