Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 Ti GAMING 8GB Graphics Card - @ eBuyer for £434.99 with Free delivery!
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Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 Ti GAMING 8GB Graphics Card - @ eBuyer for £434.99 with Free delivery!

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Found 26th Apr
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Just worth considering that it looks like demand for GPU's has tailored off fairly dramatically in the past month so if you are thinking of upgrading (as in no rush to buy) could pay to wait for potenial price drops
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Certainly a better buy than the 1080 @ >£500
Great price, got my 1070 ITX for 430, I was impatient on getting it next day mind with ccl haha lol
Just worth considering that it looks like demand for GPU's has tailored off fairly dramatically in the past month so if you are thinking of upgrading (as in no rush to buy) could pay to wait for potenial price drops
beaksdale3 h, 43 m ago

Just worth considering that it looks like demand for GPU's has tailored …Just worth considering that it looks like demand for GPU's has tailored off fairly dramatically in the past month so if you are thinking of upgrading (as in no rush to buy) could pay to wait for potenial price drops



sadly that might be a bit optimistic

I think the recent price drop of the value of bitcoin has mean that btc miners weren't making enough money after capex and opex to justify building new mining rigs from graphics cards

but btc has gone up in price this week, so expect the mining rig builders to start hoovering up stock again

I am not a miner nor a gamer, so don't have any skin in the game
tubbyasstoo11 m ago

sadly that might be a bit optimisticI think the recent price drop of the …sadly that might be a bit optimisticI think the recent price drop of the value of bitcoin has mean that btc miners weren't making enough money after capex and opex to justify building new mining rigs from graphics cardsbut btc has gone up in price this week, so expect the mining rig builders to start hoovering up stock againI am not a miner nor a gamer, so don't have any skin in the game


I'm not basing it on the value of Bitcoin (demand only dropped this month) I'm basing it on a article from Hexus that reported on it, with the drop it demand relating to the forthcoming release of ASIC Miners for Ethereum. Don't think many people have been using GPU's to mine Bitcoin for years now.
beaksdale26 m ago

I'm not basing it on the value of Bitcoin (demand only dropped this month) …I'm not basing it on the value of Bitcoin (demand only dropped this month) I'm basing it on a article from Hexus that reported on it, with the drop it demand relating to the forthcoming release of ASIC Miners for Ethereum. Don't think many people have been using GPU's to mine Bitcoin for years now.


Correct, they don't mine BC with GPU's, but they are usually paid in BC, and even if not, BC is the leader, where it goes confidence and other currencies follow...
bilbob1 h, 22 m ago

Correct, they don't mine BC with GPU's, but they are usually paid in BC, …Correct, they don't mine BC with GPU's, but they are usually paid in BC, and even if not, BC is the leader, where it goes confidence and other currencies follow...


That wouldn't explain the drop in demand now, if that were the case demand would have dropped back in Jan/Feb when BTC plummeted.
This is still a decent price considering recent GPU prices but if the reports in a 40% drop in demand for GPU's in the past month are true there could be a drop in prices
Overclockers have a Palit one for £419 (+post if you don't qualify for free postage). Though I'd probably pay the extra for a Gigabyte one. Prices finally starting to get reasonable(-ish). Now I have to decide whether I can wait for the new versions, reportedly out in July, but could probably slip again.
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There are only so many people buying drugs on darknet using real money to buy cyrpto, all these cyrpto currencies are going to pop as there is little demand for them in the real world currently
Dodge621 h, 18 m ago

Overclockers have a Palit one for £419 (+post if you don't qualify for …Overclockers have a Palit one for £419 (+post if you don't qualify for free postage). Though I'd probably pay the extra for a Gigabyte one. Prices finally starting to get reasonable(-ish). Now I have to decide whether I can wait for the new versions, reportedly out in July, but could probably slip again.


I had a Palit super jet 1070 for 18 months before I sold it for a nice profit to the miners. Wouldn’t say they were worse than gigabyte. Better brand imo.
I'm not convinced on the "deal" aspect of this. a few months ago i got my 1080 for around £470ish with a copy of Destiny 2
*Sloman*1 h, 8 m ago

There are only so many people buying drugs on darknet using real money to …There are only so many people buying drugs on darknet using real money to buy cyrpto, all these cyrpto currencies are going to pop as there is little demand for them in the real world currently


I hope this comment from a dog on a computer isnt the cause of said crash!
Hey guys, I've got a PC with a 1070, 240gb ssd and a hdd 16gb ddr4 ram but an i5-6500 cpu, I've found a PC which has the same ram, ssd and hdd, but a 1080 and an i7-7700, when playing games it's fab but every now and then my frame rate does drop for a moment or two. I'm guessing it's due to throttling, would it be worth upgrading or would the difference not be big enough? The pc is going to cost £960, so basically, is it worth it? I'm considering selling my current rig and paying the extra towards the new one?

In regards to It's thread, voted hot as the TI version of the 1070 is supposedly a very decent piece of kit!
Edited by: "itsmattyjayy" 26th Apr
itsmattyjayy37 m ago

Hey guys, I've got a PC with a 1070, 240gb ssd and a hdd 16gb ddr4 ram but …Hey guys, I've got a PC with a 1070, 240gb ssd and a hdd 16gb ddr4 ram but an i5-6500 cpu, I've found a PC which has the same ram, ssd and hdd, but a 1080 and an i7-7700, when playing games it's fab but every now and then my frame rate does drop for a moment or two. I'm guessing it's due to throttling, would it be worth upgrading or would the difference not be big enough? The pc is going to cost £960, so basically, is it worth it? I'm considering selling my current rig and paying the extra towards the new one?In regards to It's thread, voted hot as the TI version of the 1070 is supposedly a very decent piece of kit!


I'd check what was going on in the background before I spent a grand on an upgrade.
Mining alone uses more electricity globally than the Republic of Ireland uses overall to run the whole country. What a waste of electricity and pollution to basically mine something that benefits no1.
itsmattyjayy9 h, 3 m ago

Hey guys, I've got a PC with a 1070, 240gb ssd and a hdd 16gb ddr4 ram but …Hey guys, I've got a PC with a 1070, 240gb ssd and a hdd 16gb ddr4 ram but an i5-6500 cpu, I've found a PC which has the same ram, ssd and hdd, but a 1080 and an i7-7700, when playing games it's fab but every now and then my frame rate does drop for a moment or two. I'm guessing it's due to throttling, would it be worth upgrading or would the difference not be big enough? The pc is going to cost £960, so basically, is it worth it? I'm considering selling my current rig and paying the extra towards the new one?In regards to It's thread, voted hot as the TI version of the 1070 is supposedly a very decent piece of kit!


You can also overclock your i5 6500 easily to 4.2 GHz via bclk depending on your motherboard and available bios with non k skylake oc functionality. As far as I know those official bios versions were always available for major motherboard brands.
I have i5 6400 oc to 4.0Ghz paired with gtx 1080 and no bottlenecks at all.
Edited by: "bigelvis" 27th Apr
cbflazaro19 h, 9 m ago

Mining alone uses more electricity globally than the Republic of Ireland …Mining alone uses more electricity globally than the Republic of Ireland uses overall to run the whole country. What a waste of electricity and pollution to basically mine something that benefits no1.


Who does coke benefit? What about the effects of bottle water, McDonald’s, arms making etc, things that not only don’t benefit people but harm people? Crypto benefits the people. Decentralised with no governing power. I think you should educate yourself!
*Sloman*13 h, 30 m ago

There are only so many people buying drugs on darknet using real money to …There are only so many people buying drugs on darknet using real money to buy cyrpto, all these cyrpto currencies are going to pop as there is little demand for them in the real world currently


Haha most stupid comment of the day goes to..
Prices are finally coming down, will be fun to watch the UK retailers still try and gouge the price though, greedy gits.
itsmattyjayy17 h, 9 m ago

Hey guys, I've got a PC with a 1070, 240gb ssd and a hdd 16gb ddr4 ram but …Hey guys, I've got a PC with a 1070, 240gb ssd and a hdd 16gb ddr4 ram but an i5-6500 cpu, I've found a PC which has the same ram, ssd and hdd, but a 1080 and an i7-7700, when playing games it's fab but every now and then my frame rate does drop for a moment or two. I'm guessing it's due to throttling, would it be worth upgrading or would the difference not be big enough? The pc is going to cost £960, so basically, is it worth it? I'm considering selling my current rig and paying the extra towards the new one?In regards to It's thread, voted hot as the TI version of the 1070 is supposedly a very decent piece of kit!


buy a used i7 6700,or 6700'K', cost you ~ £190. sell the i5 ~ £90. sorted. The 7 series are the same design as 6 series just clocked + 0.2 gig clockspeed so not worth the much bigger used prices.
(your motherboard can run 7 series with a bios update).
ebay.co.uk/itm…bL7
Edited by: "joe_shmoe" 27th Apr
londonstinks5 h, 4 m ago

Prices are finally coming down, will be fun to watch the UK retailers …Prices are finally coming down, will be fun to watch the UK retailers still try and gouge the price though, greedy gits.


Its the distributers apparently.
All sold out folks.
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