GeForce GTX 1080ti Gaming OC GTX1080 ti £611.53 @ Amazon I.T
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GeForce GTX 1080ti Gaming OC GTX1080 ti £611.53 @ Amazon I.T

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Found 15th Nov
Another great GTX 1080ti for great price, served by amazon.it

Great competitor to MSI, EVGA, Asus.

MSI GAMING X 1080ti got over 400 heat, for 650+pounds, this is a better deal.

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32442138-42FrZ.jpgSeller does not ship to UK however...

^ Stupido

joer4564 m ago

[Image] Seller does not ship to UK however...

Bro, that's 900 euros anyway

Original Poster

32442196-PkB3X.jpgEverything ships to UK. Add to cart, select address, spend money, wait to arrive.
Edited by: "rokybalbo" 15th Nov

GlesgaNed3 m ago

Bro, that's 900 euros anyway


there is an amazon option got 686 euro but still i don't recomend this card ... cheap plastic, no backplate, hot like hell (gaming and 74 degree), laud fans and what is the killdeal coil whine at 90% of this models

Out of stock with no indication of when/if it'll be back in stock.

Going to see what Black Friday brings...

Will never buy gigabyte again

toolmen2 h, 7 m ago

there is an amazon option got 686 euro but still i don't recomend this …there is an amazon option got 686 euro but still i don't recomend this card ... cheap plastic, no backplate, hot like hell (gaming and 74 degree), laud fans and what is the killdeal coil whine at 90% of this models



but Backplate is pretty much useless and 75 degree is good temperature and wont cause any problem and i doubt its any louder than other tri fan design. not sure about coil whine though, my MSI 970 has it but got alot better over time(no whine unless very high fps like few hundreds above). high end gpu seems to suffer from coil while pretty regularly, and it seems to be partly psu's fault as well, as user have reported the coil while is gone when they changed to better psu

sion2214 m ago

but Backplate is pretty much useless and 75 degree is good temperature and …but Backplate is pretty much useless and 75 degree is good temperature and wont cause any problem and i doubt its any louder than other tri fan design. not sure about coil whine though, my MSI 970 has it but got alot better over time(no whine unless very high fps like few hundreds above). high end gpu seems to suffer from coil while pretty regularly, and it seems to be partly psu's fault as well, as user have reported the coil while is gone when they changed to better psu


for me is high temps especialy compared to other gtx 1080ti and fans spin over 2200rpm to keep that 75 degree and its loud like jet, there is zero heatroom for overclocking and backplate is mostly for better integrity of the card, its a heavy piece of equipment and w/o backplate it can bend. i owned this card and it is not worth the money they ask. better spend 50-100 pounds more for a decent cooling system with enouth power for OC. i learned my lesson, if you want a high end card dont buy gigabyte ... asus, zotac, msi, evga - they all make great cards... gigabyte is like alcatel in mobiles, cheap and thats about it
Edited by: "toolmen" 15th Nov

Lucifer_UK5 h, 21 m ago

Will never buy gigabyte again


I'm never drinking again

jayjayuk12341 h, 27 m ago

I'm never drinking again



I’m never commenting on a hotukdeal again
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