EXDISPLAY MSI GeForce GTX 1080 AERO OC 8GB GDDR5X DVI HDMI 3 x DisplayPort PCI-E Graphics Card - £459.50 at Ebuyer
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EXDISPLAY MSI GeForce GTX 1080 AERO OC 8GB GDDR5X DVI HDMI 3 x DisplayPort PCI-E Graphics Card - £459.50 at Ebuyer

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EXDISPLAY MSI GeForce GTX 1080 AERO OC 8GB GDDR5X DVI HDMI 3 x DisplayPort PCI-E Graphics Card - £463.74 at Ebuyer
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Let the gamers buy, we take the Ti's
A new one was £489 this week on box.co.uk...
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synasla2 m ago

Let the gamers buy, we take the Ti's


1060 3gbs and 1080s i leave for the gamers lol
Appreciate the heads up - the market has gone to absolute **** for us gamers; I can't see myself upgrading any time soon
I have the Dell OEM version of this card (same but no branding and paid £400 new) and it's a very nice card but you will need a custom fan curve to keep the temperature in check.

I have also undervolted mine and I can get my temperatures under load down from 83 to 69 with +150 on core and +500 on memory for a 7% improvement on Heaven benchmark from stock.

I have an ITX case so a blower was perfect for me, before any blower v aftermarket cooler comments!
Busy_Baron12 m ago

1060 3gbs and 1080s i leave for the gamers lol


and I'll be buying your ti''s when the market crash's like it did earlier this week and you're trying to recover your lost money.
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skuljester1 m ago

and I'll be buying your ti''s when the market crash's like it did … and I'll be buying your ti''s when the market crash's like it did earlier this week and you're trying to recover your lost money.


lol yeah you do that
1080s still get 600+ hashes, even with the crash you'd recover costs by summer.
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chamelion15 m ago

1080s still get 600+ hashes, even with the crash you'd recover costs by …1080s still get 600+ hashes, even with the crash you'd recover costs by summer.


sol/s* you mean

yeah i had a load of 1080s before but they get more like 550sol/s but i find that the 1080ti's are more efficient and id rather have dense equihash rigs
skuljester1 h, 0 m ago

and I'll be buying your ti''s when the market crash's like it did … and I'll be buying your ti''s when the market crash's like it did earlier this week and you're trying to recover your lost money.


What lost money? They’re mining, not investing.
Marekj9 m ago

What lost money? They’re mining, not investing.


No, they're definitely investing. You think all the computing and electrical power required to mine is free?
"im a miner"
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bilbob19 m ago

No, they're definitely investing. You think all the computing and …No, they're definitely investing. You think all the computing and electrical power required to mine is free?



Mummy pays for the electricity you'll probably find.
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The price has actually dropped to 459.50
bilbob1 h, 17 m ago

No, they're definitely investing. You think all the computing and …No, they're definitely investing. You think all the computing and electrical power required to mine is free?


You’re technically correct, but it’s largely irrelevant. A crash or not in one crypto or another is neither here nor there. The days of everyone mining just BC or ETH are long gone. If you’re using something like Awesome miner, then you’re automatically mining the most profitable coin and converting back to cash, as and when you want to.

The great GPU sell off has been coming for ages now, but prices are only going up.

I’m not a miner BTW, but I have colleagues that are nuts for it. I sold my RX480 to one of them for £300, after paying £180 at launch. I imagine he’s had the last laugh, though.
Marekj4 m ago

You’re technically correct, but it’s largely irrelevant. A crash or not in …You’re technically correct, but it’s largely irrelevant. A crash or not in one crypto or another is neither here nor there. The days of everyone mining just BC or ETH are long gone. If you’re using something like Awesome miner, then you’re automatically mining the most profitable coin and converting back to cash, as and when you want to.The great GPU sell off has been coming for ages now, but prices are only going up. I’m not a miner BTW, but I have colleagues that are nuts for it. I sold my RX480 to one of them for £300, after paying £180 at launch. I imagine he’s had the last laugh, though.



I don't doubt he has, but the fact is, it's still an investment. Whether you are 'very likely', 'slightly likely' or a 'nailed on cert' to make a profit, it's still an investment. You 'invest' money in the expectation of making more. There's literally no other way of framing it!
And in the big frame of mining, as far as I know, all crypto's lost value this week didn't they? some more than others, but the margins are a lot slimmer than they were.
bilbob29 m ago

I don't doubt he has, but the fact is, it's still an investment. Whether …I don't doubt he has, but the fact is, it's still an investment. Whether you are 'very likely', 'slightly likely' or a 'nailed on cert' to make a profit, it's still an investment. You 'invest' money in the expectation of making more. There's literally no other way of framing it!And in the big frame of mining, as far as I know, all crypto's lost value this week didn't they? some more than others, but the margins are a lot slimmer than they were.


But if you mined the coin at 1, it’s since climbed to 20, then dropped to 15, then you’ve made less, not lost. Don’t forget you can also sell at any point - you aren’t tied into any long term investment. You’ll only have lost ( in the short term, at least) if you set yourself at couple of days ago, but BC, ETH and Ripple are all on the way back up. The software shows you anticipated profit from any given coin, and switches you to the most profitable at the time. If one isn’t cost effective to mine, then it’ll switch you to another.

I’m talking myself into this.
Marekj10 m ago

But if you mined the coin at 1, it’s since climbed to 20, then dropped to 1 …But if you mined the coin at 1, it’s since climbed to 20, then dropped to 15, then you’ve made less, not lost. Don’t forget you can also sell at any point - you aren’t tied into any long term investment. You’ll only have lost ( in the short term, at least) if you set yourself at couple of days ago, but BC, ETH and Ripple are all on the way back up. The software shows you anticipated profit from any given coin, and switches you to the most profitable at the time. If one isn’t cost effective to mine, then it’ll switch you to another. I’m talking myself into this.


OK, the value of what you produce is irrelevant to the fact that you had to INVEST to produce it in the first place!

Are there start up costs in order to produce? Of course there are, you need a computer. Was that computer free? Is the electricity it runs on free? NO! THAT is the investment.
Busy_Baron5 h, 30 m ago

1060 3gbs and 1080s i leave for the gamers lol



Better sell your mining gear fast, bitcoin is going down.
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scottswaha5 m ago

Better sell your mining gear fast, bitcoin is going down.


Omg yeah I'm totally going to flood eBay with my gear

Thanks man!
Busy_Baron5 m ago

Omg yeah I'm totally going to flood eBay with my gearThanks man!



'Flood'...? Flood it with a couple of clapped out gpus, sure...
Thanks OP, prompted me to look at b grades on Overclockers. Got a MSI Gaming 1080 for £430
Edited by: "EagleUK" 20th Jan
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EagleUK1 m ago

Thanks OP, prompted me to look at b grades on Overclockers. Got a MSI …Thanks OP, prompted me to look at b grades on Overclockers. Got a MSI Gaming 1080 for £430


Lol I posted that deal too but it's being delayed glad someone picked it up
Busy_Baron29 m ago

Lol I posted that deal too but it's being delayed glad someone picked it up


I saw it on my phone after I had ordered it!

Been a nightmare today, been looking everywhere for a 1070/1080 and they are so highly priced at the moment. Cheapest 1080 on Ebay is £500. Haven't spotted any 1070s under £400 either!
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EagleUK1 m ago

I saw it on my phone after I had ordered it! Been a nightmare today, been …I saw it on my phone after I had ordered it! Been a nightmare today, been looking everywhere for a 1070/1080 and they are so highly priced at the moment. Cheapest 1080 on Ebay is £500. Haven't spotted any 1070s under £400 either!


I picked up the 1070s and 1060s that were on ocuk for cheap... That's when I posted the other deals I didn't want to pick up
Busy_Baron4 m ago

I picked up the 1070s and 1060s that were on ocuk for cheap... That's when …I picked up the 1070s and 1060s that were on ocuk for cheap... That's when I posted the other deals I didn't want to pick up


How much were they?
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