Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1060 mini 6GB GPU - BT Store - Ordered on Request from Gigabyte - £234.90
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Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1060 mini 6GB GPU - BT Store - Ordered on Request from Gigabyte - £234.90

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Edited by:"steevhan"Found 6th Sep 2017
Not sure how great BT Store is to be honest and it looks as though its Dispatched from the Manufacturer hence the no delivery date but that doesnt mean OOS

But the Price is great for this, Cheapest i can find at the moment for a 6gb version, and the small form factor is great for mini Builds

If you have seen cheaper let me know as i am currently looking

EDIT: just clicked this forgetting i posted it, oops, but noticed the following (4 due in 5-7 days) that is all

Edit 2: Scumbags have upped the price now they are in stock!!!
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Isn't BT store what used to be Dabs?
Ordered on request means no stock, don't waste your time
darynquinn4 m ago

Isn't BT store what used to be Dabs?


I believe they owned both, but later decided that there's no point having two and probably kept BT Store, since it sounds more reliable.
+£3.49 standard delivery charge.

Doesn't look like they have any in stock as the delivery date isn't shown.
BT store are known for not delivering stuff that's on pre-order or out of stock, voting hot anyway as appreciate ya time for posting.
Like the rest of BT, the store is poorly managed and lacks support. Voted hot as the price is good but BT and reliability are not synonymous.
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cheers for feedback main reason i posted was for opinions on the store. il shop around
Saw this, I'm unsure how it differs from the larger card? I don't game, at all but I need one for 3D rendering & AR projects. Would an inno3D full size card be the better option?
ando4 h, 34 m ago

Ordered on request means no stock, don't waste your time


Never seen any of these On Request deals for Dabs/BT honoured.
Live and learn and move on. Next.
Link shows £269 now. Expired.
dl0799 h, 6 m ago

Saw this, I'm unsure how it differs from the larger card? I don't game, at …Saw this, I'm unsure how it differs from the larger card? I don't game, at all but I need one for 3D rendering & AR projects. Would an inno3D full size card be the better option?

Larger card is simply larger and everything more spaced out. Silicone costs money so smaller cards are cheaper to make therefore cheaper to buy
PsychoSonny9 h, 46 m ago

Larger card is simply larger and everything more spaced out. Silicone …Larger card is simply larger and everything more spaced out. Silicone costs money so smaller cards are cheaper to make therefore cheaper to buy


So performance wise, roughly the same? I don't understand the difference in the brands, so much. Obviously I know of MSI & Gigabyte etc. But I've found a 6GB 1060 full size card for £243 and it's made by Inno3D, I've never heard of them so I'm a little apprehensive. Any thoughts?
dl0791 h, 44 m ago

So performance wise, roughly the same? I don't understand the difference …So performance wise, roughly the same? I don't understand the difference in the brands, so much. Obviously I know of MSI & Gigabyte etc. But I've found a 6GB 1060 full size card for £243 and it's made by Inno3D, I've never heard of them so I'm a little apprehensive. Any thoughts?


Apparently their build quality isn't as good. Personally I could give a monkeys. Buy based on decent warranty IMO and sell it/upgrade before that warranty runs out. Who cares who it's made by but apparently they use cheaper capacitors. Less power phases, etc.

However both will play the exact same game the exact same way with the exact same settings.

So I buy based on cheapest with a decent warranty. 3 years warranty is minimum to aim for. If your into pc gaming it's likely that you would upgrade within 3 years.
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Inno3D GeForce GTX 1060 Gaming OC


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