GeForce GTX 1070Ti Gaming 8192MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card - £439.99 @ overclockers (£449.89 incl del)
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GeForce GTX 1070Ti Gaming 8192MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card - £439.99 @ overclockers (£449.89 incl del)

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Found 23rd Apr
GV-N107TGAMING-8GD, Core Clock: 1632MHz, Boost Clock: 1721MHz, Memory: 8192MB 8000MHz GDDR5, Stream Processors: 2432, SLI Ready, VR Ready, PhysX/CUDA Enabled, 3 Years Warranty.

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mikew9514 m ago

Yeah but overclockers > ebay. And £450 > £500ish


Mathematically, 450 < 500ish, but I'll let you off since I like your post
lindajane10236122 m ago

too cold i got 1070 for £300 2 years ago. this shud put this around 300 now


Let me just get in my Delorean and pick one up.
TellyLover1 m ago

Think I saw a brand new MSI 1070ti for 500ish on eBay. Reviews say …Think I saw a brand new MSI 1070ti for 500ish on eBay. Reviews say MSI>>Gigabyte


Yeah but overclockers > ebay. And £450 > £500ish
No idea what it is I just want to be cool!
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Think I saw a brand new MSI 1070ti for 500ish on eBay. Reviews say MSI>>Gigabyte
TellyLover1 m ago

Think I saw a brand new MSI 1070ti for 500ish on eBay. Reviews say …Think I saw a brand new MSI 1070ti for 500ish on eBay. Reviews say MSI>>Gigabyte


Yeah but overclockers > ebay. And £450 > £500ish
mikew9514 m ago

Yeah but overclockers > ebay. And £450 > £500ish


Mathematically, 450 < 500ish, but I'll let you off since I like your post
Got my founder edition on nvidia for 420 a few weeks back so this is a good buy seeing as its only an extra 30.
No idea what it is I just want to be cool!
ashbash240323 m ago

No idea what it is I just want to be cool!


It's a graphics card. A computer component, this one is often used to help give your computer the power to run demanding games.
Edited by: "timessquaregt" 23rd Apr
I need a new card, have been looking at this and put off by the high prices thanks to miners. Now that prices are coming down I can't help but think the next gen of cards must be just around the corner as the 10x0 series came out in 2016, though this Ti card was 2017.
ashbash240327 m ago

No idea what it is I just want to be cool!


It's a mid-to-high-end graphics card for (mostly) playing PC games.

These cards have been extremely expensive recently because they can also be used to "mine" (create) cryptocurrency like Bitcoin. Like the digital equivalent of printing money, although that's a vast oversimplification.

The price of those cryptocurrencies went up, demand for the cards skyrocketted, taking the price skyrocketting too.

This caused a lot of upset for PC gamers who have been priced out of the market.

£440 is a very good deal for a powerful card, and is roughly what the price should be.
I've just bought a usd (and probably mined on) 1080 off ebay for this price. 9% performance difference. Not sure I made the right choice.
Isn't overclockers shipping £10 making this £449?
too cold i got 1070 for £300 2 years ago. this shud put this around 300 now
Edited by: "lindajane102361" 23rd Apr
rossysaurus39 m ago

I've just bought a usd (and probably mined on) 1080 off ebay for this …I've just bought a usd (and probably mined on) 1080 off ebay for this price. 9% performance difference. Not sure I made the right choice. Isn't overclockers shipping £10 making this £449?


you got raped, dont buy high end used cards of ebay this age of time
lindajane10236122 m ago

too cold i got 1070 for £300 2 years ago. this shud put this around 300 now


Let me just get in my Delorean and pick one up.
I was considering buying a used card from Cex but this model is £480 force used card! Does anyone know how there business model changes prices?

There has been a few reasonable priced cards over the last week or so. Maybe eBay prices are reducing aswell. Will probably still consider Cex but only if their prices reduce quite significantly!
ashbash24033 h, 11 m ago

No idea what it is I just want to be cool!


You are cool
Nexy2 h, 45 m ago

It's a mid-to-high-end graphics card for (mostly) playing PC games. These …It's a mid-to-high-end graphics card for (mostly) playing PC games. These cards have been extremely expensive recently because they can also be used to "mine" (create) cryptocurrency like Bitcoin. Like the digital equivalent of printing money, although that's a vast oversimplification. The price of those cryptocurrencies went up, demand for the cards skyrocketted, taking the price skyrocketting too. This caused a lot of upset for PC gamers who have been priced out of the market. £440 is a very good deal for a powerful card, and is roughly what the price should be.


I think they should be cheaper. I like my gaming PC but I really like my Xbox one x which is the same price. The graphics on the enhanced games are fantastic
Great card, picked one up for £360 with eBay 20% offer in January. If I was looking now though I'd probably wait.
1080 that didn't quite make it, Solwer memory and aging architecture for £440? If you really need a card then it's ok; otherwise wait out the year
Edited by: "Midlanders" 23rd Apr
New GPUs will likely be around the same price if you can hold out a few months. Look at the performance between 9 series and 10 series; it's definitely significant enough to wait IMO.
thedecalhut15 h, 46 m ago

You are cool


Talking of cool, have you checked the mirror lately?
Stock is slowly appearing nearer r.r.p., as expected. I really wouldnt buy unless its Urgent!
As already pointed out , the 11 series release may also shake prices of these very capable cards downwards.
I have given it some heat tho for being 'realistic' priced.,
Edited by: "joe_shmoe" 24th Apr
FYI: Rumours around today that the 1180 is expected in July with a RRP of $699 or £499.
Yes, I think it's a good price but I just wouldn't buy right now with the new cards round the corner and before someone is like 'but LOL something faster is always round the corner!!11!', they are literally a month or two away and then you will be able to get this for even less. It's a bit like you would be semi-bonkers to buy a new iPhone in August or a new Galaxy S in February.

Also Gigabyte Windforce fans are terrible so watch out for failures. I had 3 fans go on 3 separate Gigabyte RX 570 Windforce cards and 1 in an Gigabyte RX 570 AORUS (their so called premium brand) within 2-3 months, and no, I wasn't mining with them, they were customer builds that I had to pick up the pieces from (before anyone asks).
Edited by: "plewis00" 24th Apr
timessquaregt23 h, 48 m ago

It's a graphics card. A computer component, this one is often used to help …It's a graphics card. A computer component, this one is often used to help give your computer the power to run demanding games.


Will it handle Daley Thompson’s Decathlon ?
Nexy23 h, 35 m ago

It's a mid-to-high-end graphics card for (mostly) playing PC games. These …It's a mid-to-high-end graphics card for (mostly) playing PC games. These cards have been extremely expensive recently because they can also be used to "mine" (create) cryptocurrency like Bitcoin. Like the digital equivalent of printing money, although that's a vast oversimplification. The price of those cryptocurrencies went up, demand for the cards skyrocketted, taking the price skyrocketting too. This caused a lot of upset for PC gamers who have been priced out of the market. £440 is a very good deal for a powerful card, and is roughly what the price should be.


Thanks i will wait to build my new pc May go for a Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti if that’s any good !
ck_9 h, 1 m ago

FYI: Rumours around today that the 1180 is expected in July with a RRP of …FYI: Rumours around today that the 1180 is expected in July with a RRP of $699 or £499.


I'd be shocked if the price was anywhere close to £499. I suspect we are more likely looking at £699+. Not to mention the initial stock will be reference designs and will instantly sell out.

Take any rumours with a huge pinch of salt.
Edited by: "Speedsurfer" 25th Apr
0xygen23 h, 37 m ago

New GPUs will likely be around the same price if you can hold out a few …New GPUs will likely be around the same price if you can hold out a few months. Look at the performance between 9 series and 10 series; it's definitely significant enough to wait IMO.


That’s not the norm, though. 15% is typical.

Last massive big jump was 5xxx to 6xxx cards, which was yonks ago. I don’t think there is any real impetus for a huge leap this time around. I’d like to be wrong, though.
ashbash240319 h, 37 m ago

Thanks i will wait to build my new pc May go for a Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti if …Thanks i will wait to build my new pc May go for a Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti if that’s any good !


The 1080 Ti is a frickin' beast of a card, and you won't be disappointed with its raw performance if you buy one.

But if you're waiting until May, can you wait and see what the 11xx series looks like? Or at least wait until they publish release dates to see if you can wait until the 11xx's come out?

Because there'll likely be something even more powerful and while you'll have to battle to get one of them at launch, you might see a significant improvement in bang for buck. (And you might find it pushes the 10xx series even cheaper.)
Marekj2 h, 29 m ago

That’s not the norm, though. 15% is typical. Last massive big jump was 5 …That’s not the norm, though. 15% is typical. Last massive big jump was 5xxx to 6xxx cards, which was yonks ago. I don’t think there is any real impetus for a huge leap this time around. I’d like to be wrong, though.


True but 15% is like a 1070 vs 1070ti difference at the same price (if not less assuming the stock is there).

It has been 2 years so I'd expect it to be at least 20%.
dazz7124th Apr

Talking of cool, have you checked the mirror lately?


I have, it's way less cool than being Chris brown was!
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