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Ebuyer - MSI GeForce GTX 1080 GAMING X Graphics Card - £653.99 ebuyer
Ebuyer - MSI GeForce GTX 1080 GAMING X Graphics Card -  £653.99 ebuyer

Ebuyer - MSI GeForce GTX 1080 GAMING X Graphics Card - £653.99 ebuyer

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Good deal, cheapest I've seen for this card. Ebuyer

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Shouldn't your deal title say where the deal is?

Got this for £651 from Ebuyer on release, has there been a price increase since then?

Original Poster

Shambles

Shouldn't your deal title say where the deal is?


Thanks, done

Cheaper here (£643.55, shipped):
transparent-uk.com/msi…ing

Even then it's a terrible price. I've heard of a few of these MSI 1080s exploding.

I would but the EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW for £668 on the same site. It's a good card

Original Poster

gr8h8me

I would but the EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW for £668 on the same site. It's … I would but the EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW for £668 on the same site. It's a good card


Yeah i'm kind of torn between the two. Not sure which to go for

Original Poster

nines

Cheaper here (£643.55, … Cheaper here (£643.55, shipped):http://transparent-uk.com/msi-geforce-gtx-1080-gaming-8gb.html?utm_source=google_shoppingEven then it's a terrible price. I've heard of a few of these MSI 1080s exploding.


Really?

Original Poster

dealhunter1233

Got this for £651 from Ebuyer on release, has there been a price increase … Got this for £651 from Ebuyer on release, has there been a price increase since then?


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robbo177

Yeah i'm kind of torn between the two. Not sure which to go for


I'd go for a cheaper EVGA now just because there isn't much difference in OC'ing, but you get the EVGA customer service and the chance of stepping up to a 1080ti if they decide to release it soon. Then again I don't regret getting a Gaming X, it's ridiculously quiet, looks good and can push it to just above 2000mhz

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dealhunter1233

I'd go for a cheaper EVGA now just because there isn't much difference in … I'd go for a cheaper EVGA now just because there isn't much difference in OC'ing, but you get the EVGA customer service and the chance of stepping up to a 1080ti if they decide to release it soon. Then again I don't regret getting a Gaming X, it's ridiculously quiet, looks good and can push it to just above 2000mhz


Thanks

just get the cheapest 1080 card, who cares about a few extra fps in 4k ?

Don't get the absolute cheapest that thermal throttles.

treb

just get the cheapest 1080 card, who cares about a few extra fps in 4k ?


huh?

Terrible price.
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