ASUS Turbo Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB GDDR5X £599.75 @ Amazon.it includes free Dawn of War 3 promo code!
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ASUS Turbo Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB GDDR5X £599.75 @ Amazon.it includes free Dawn of War 3 promo code!

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Found 24th May 2017
First Geforce GTX 1080 Ti I have seen going for under £600, and ideal if you plan on water cooling the card, or have a smaller case that needs to exhaust the hot air from the rear.

Link to Asus marketing and specifications page is - HERE!

List price is €700.99, however once in the basket you will see €689.50 + €6.59 P&P = €696.09 which is around £599-601 at the time of posting. Make sure you pay in Euro's and use a fee free foreign currency card to get the best price possible. Money is taken from you at the time of dispatch, so if the exchange rate changes the price will go up, or down accordingly.

Dispatched from and sold by Amazon.

Happy shopping.

If you don't want a blower style card I also noticed that the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080TI Gaming OC 11GB is on offer at Amazon.de - HERE! for €706.86, but once P&P is added etc. it comes in at about £615, still a decent deal how ever.



EDIT: If you want to save a few more £'s then it would appear that Amazon.it have matched their German counterparts, and as such can be had HERE! this is as of 25th May. Should be about £593, but the € is dropping against the £ as we speak!

Dropped a bit more, now €682.32 inc P&P. Euro conversion has gone down so price stays almost the same. Boo.
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Under 600! Very important. Looks great for consumers that this is already under 600.
Given current prices for non blower cards, you might even be better off buying one of these and using those water cooling mounts with a cheap 120 AIO! Won't look pretty but an option.
Edited by: "slayermatt" 24th May 2017
slayermatt

Given current prices for non blower cards, you might even be better off … Given current prices for non blower cards, you might even be better off buying one of these and using those water cooling mounts with a cheap 120 AIO! Won't look pretty but an option.



Could be an option, and the NZXT Kraken G12 is about £30, and looks OK once set up.
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Hot. Under 600 is fantastic. I was about to pay £670 for an MSI one....
out of interest - for max resale value, are you better off having the non blower cards?
ohgoodman

out of interest - for max resale value, are you better off having the non … out of interest - for max resale value, are you better off having the non blower cards?



​For max resale value you're better off buying the mid range, like GTX 1070. The 980Ti dropped to £300s when the 1070 was released, regardless of cooling type.
Edited by: "Chuggee" 24th May 2017
ohgoodman

out of interest - for max resale value, are you better off having the non … out of interest - for max resale value, are you better off having the non blower cards?



Well, yes is the short answer. However due to the very nature of top tier cards, unless you are planning to keep it forever, or sell it just before the next top tier card comes out, then you are going to lose a crap ton of cash against it.

GTX 1080's were selling for £580-600 new, then the 1080 Ti came out, and the resale value dropped to about £350-400.
I went from a 1080 to a 1080ti , STILL no totally 60FPS on games , tweaking still required !!!
Price has dropped another couple of Euro's somewhere between £595-597 now.
Just.Wondering

I went from a 1080 to a 1080ti , STILL no totally 60FPS on games , … I went from a 1080 to a 1080ti , STILL no totally 60FPS on games , tweaking still required !!!



What games? What are your CPU/RAM specs?
Try ghost recon wildlands at very high or ultra settings at 4k, I know it's not the best optimised game, but watch those frames drop
so realistically when is the next big price drop for this card..2018?
ohgoodman

so realistically when is the next big price drop for this card..2018?



Either when Vega launches, if it is competitive on performance and price. Or next year when Nvidia launch the first Volta parts.
Just double checked, and this is included in the free copy of Dawn of War 3 promotion that Asus are running until 25th June, so pretty nice bonus.
Added a link at the bottom of thee OP to Amazon.it where it is a few €'s cheaper after basket, at checkout etc.
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.

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imcconvey

Well you all could have taken advantage of this deal when it was running. … 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.
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" 27th May 2017
imcconvey

what was the point in this comment? you told me why Flubit aren't allowed … 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.
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