Cheapest Asus ROG Strix  GTX 1080 I can find at the moment, AND IN STOCK!!!! £564.73 with code @ Amazon
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Cheapest Asus ROG Strix GTX 1080 I can find at the moment, AND IN STOCK!!!! £564.73 with code @ Amazon

£564.73Amazon Deals
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Found 25th Jan
Another Amazon BIGTHANKS code thread!!!

Only about £40 more, with the code, than the cheapest ever price from Amazon according to the camel which was May last year, so not bad at all with the current GPU-pocalypse and for a decent brand and model.
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Bought 12 for my mine, thanks.
Honestly with the recent resurgence of crypto currency mining, I wouldn't even contemplate buying any graphics cards for the foreseeable. It's just not worth it.
ezzer7221 m ago

Bought 12 for my mine, thanks.


Bad investment if its for ethereum...
This was more expensive than almost all 1080s when it first came out so although "expensive" for a 1080 it's cheap for this model and for any at the moment that's not something like a Palit.

I remember last year amazon had a few days of mega warehouse bargains on a load of returned cards with 1060s for about 160 quid and 1070s for 280...

They were all Palits.
Maybe OK for the current climate but still ludicrously expensive by most people's standards and such an expensive product that £10 code isn't going to make a worthwhile difference to the price (10% would be a lot more useful in this case)...
I need a ti
Which kind of crypto do people mine anyway? I doubt its worth it based on electricity costs needed to run the pc 24/7.
I pre-ordered this card on Amazon for when it first came out for £600.

If anyone is actually thinking about purchasing the card, I will say that it's a really good card, if a little longer than most 1080's.

Looks great in my NZXT s340.
Omg worst deal ever
OOS now so someone bought em!
drchristos19 h, 54 m ago

Which kind of crypto do people mine anyway? I doubt its worth it based on …Which kind of crypto do people mine anyway? I doubt its worth it based on electricity costs needed to run the pc 24/7.


Biggest one is obviously bitcoin. It used to be worth the effort, obviously as time has gone on it's needed more computational power so it's probably not worth it unless a) you're stealing your electricity b) you're paying a base rate regardless of how much you use
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