EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC Black Edition (Prime price) - £661.97
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EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC Black Edition (Prime price) - £661.97

£661.97Amazon Deals
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Found 14th Oct
In stock on October 21st, this is the price for prime members of Amazon. Not sure how much more it is without prime.

Hopefully this helps somebody out, good price for an aftermarket 1080ti

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Pretty good, I'm still holding out until after the 1070Ti release. Hoping these drop to around £550-£600 in the next month or two.

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GS0118 m ago

Pretty good, I'm still holding out until after the 1070Ti release. Hoping …Pretty good, I'm still holding out until after the 1070Ti release. Hoping these drop to around £550-£600 in the next month or two.

It's possible that they might. It isn't guaranteed that they will though, I would say that the prices of the rest of the Pascal line-up will more likely see a shake up. I personally plunged at the Strix version of the 1080ti from Amazon Italy at around the same price as this. It will be interesting to see how the market reacts soon, fingers crossed that we all benefit

Great price. I'm looking for a TI to boost my VR performance. 2nd cheapest this has been on Amazon. £608 in July. Ive had my eye on the MSI as I love the styling. But it's not budging. Is there major differences between the the TI's with three fans over two?

Got one for £608, it's a little loud with default fan profile, otherwise a great card.

I just upgraded to a 1080 ti from a 980, its really helped power my 4K monitor.

1080 ti's get down voted so much around here, I think its just jealous ass haters and online trolls who cant afford them get their knickers in a twist because they are holding their value. Dont cool it just because you'll never own one. I buy stuff when I can afford them and go for the cheapest/best deal at the time of purchase - Cant hold out for something that may or may not go down in price.

HOT HOT HOT
Edited by: "BassBassBass" 14th Oct

sitz15 m ago

Great price. I'm looking for a TI to boost my VR performance. 2nd cheapest …Great price. I'm looking for a TI to boost my VR performance. 2nd cheapest this has been on Amazon. £608 in July. Ive had my eye on the MSI as I love the styling. But it's not budging. Is there major differences between the the TI's with three fans over two?


Yes, quite simply, the more fans you have the cooler it should be

i think i'll hold till black friday

GS0159 m ago

Pretty good, I'm still holding out until after the 1070Ti release. Hoping …Pretty good, I'm still holding out until after the 1070Ti release. Hoping these drop to around £550-£600 in the next month or two.

No chance. Nvidia, as any company, plan their product launches so that new products do not compete with their own new products.
Edited by: "Scottc123" 14th Oct

What price is the 1070 ti rumoured to be? £430?
Giving heat to this anyway.

sitz1 h, 37 m ago

Great price. I'm looking for a TI to boost my VR performance. 2nd cheapest …Great price. I'm looking for a TI to boost my VR performance. 2nd cheapest this has been on Amazon. £608 in July. Ive had my eye on the MSI as I love the styling. But it's not budging. Is there major differences between the the TI's with three fans over two?





If I had to quote who was the top in manufacturers to pick from it would be:

1. MSI - My 1080 runs 70C at full load overclocked to it's maximum and with only 60% fan speed.
2. EVGA
3. Gigabyte

I also used to have a founders edition 1080. When run at 75% power it ran at 75C in the same case as my MSI. So you can see how good the cooling of MSI is, it's the best.

EVGA offer the best warranty which why they are number 2.

Gigabyte are all rounders.

Hot price. I got a gigabyte 1080ti a couple of months ago. Strapped a kraken g12 on it. Runs under full load at 50c and silent. Nice.

Scottc12310 h, 38 m ago

No chance. Nvidia, as any company, plan their product launches so that new …No chance. Nvidia, as any company, plan their product launches so that new products do not compete with their own new products.

Well we're seeing close to £600 on international Amazon stores and Christmas is only two months away, so I'd say it's entirely possible for it to drop to £550 - £600 at home for a decent model.

There's a gigabyte version on FR for around £601~ but it suffers from coil whine, so I'd pass on that.

It's also weird for them to be releasing the 1070Ti, it's a barely cut down version of the 1080 according to reports but I suppose they have to since the new AMD cards are promising.
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