Gigabyte Geforce GTX 1070 Windforce OC + free For Honour or Ghost Recon: Wildlands for £316.97 @Amazon.fr
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Gigabyte Geforce GTX 1070 Windforce OC + free For Honour or Ghost Recon: Wildlands for £316.97 @Amazon.fr

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Found 14th Mar 2017
Price excludes shipping.

Usually ships within 1 to 2 months.

Best price : £373.47 @Amazon amazon.co.uk/dp/…30P

General

Memory Size: 8 GB

Memory Type: GDDR5

Memory Interface: 256 Bit

Graphic Chip

Chipset: nVidia GP104

Chipset Codename: Pascal

Chipset Manufacturer: nVidia

CPU Clock Speed: 1,582 MHz

Boost Clock: 1,771 MHz

Stream Processing Units: 1,920

Production Process: 16 nm

Overclocked: yes

Slots

Slot: PCIe

PCIe-Lanes: x16

PCIe Version: 3.0

Power Connection: 1 x 8-PIN

Dimensions

Low profile: no

Height (slots): 2

Length: 29.8 cm

Width: 13.1 cm

Video Output

Interfaces: DVI, HDMI, 3x Display Port

DVI Specification: DVI-I (Dual-Link)

Max. Resolution: 7680 x 4320 pixel

Maximum Number of Monitors: 4

Cooling & Fans

Cooling System: active

Cooling Fan Type: Windforce 2X

Number of Fans: 2Fan

Colour: Black

Features

Suitable for Gaming, Office

DirectX support: 12.1

Shader Model: 5.1

4K: yes

VR: yes

Multi-GPU Support: SLI

Additional Information

Manufacturer: GigaByte

TDP: 150 Watt

EDIT: Shipping costs are €6.10 this needs to be added or you cannot buy it, the cost total is £323 using a fee free card.

OP you should include these costs, as it's misleading.
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Very nice price. I liiiike
"Usually ships within 1 to 2 months."
Can see me upgrading my 1060 very, very soon just for the sake of it. I can run GTA V perfectly but these prices are getting too good to ignore.
nines

"Usually ships within 1 to 2 months."



Usually they come back into stock before this time frame.
Thanks for posting. I've ordered it, though I literally ordered the MSI GeForce GTX 1070 ARMOR 8G OC for £335.99 half an hour ago!

Does anybody know how much one actually pays if paying directly in Euros using a credit card? I know Amazon's own currency conversion isn't that favourable as they make a relatively high profit on it, but I'm curious to see how far off the £316.97 it would be if paying directly in Euros.
kkdd

Thanks for posting. I've ordered it, though I literally ordered the MSI … Thanks for posting. I've ordered it, though I literally ordered the MSI GeForce GTX 1070 ARMOR 8G OC for £335.99 half an hour ago!Does anybody know how much one actually pays if paying directly in Euros using a credit card? I know Amazon's own currency conversion isn't that favourable as they make a relatively high profit on it, but I'm curious to see how far off the £316.97 it would be if paying directly in Euros.


It depends on what credit card you used. It can be quite a bit if you used one of the regular cards.
The actual cost of this is £323 shipped, using a fee free card if you assume the currency rate is set as of now, at €1.145 to £1, Amazon want to charge £335, if you pay in local card currency of GBP.
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Just get 2 RX 480s for £150 each

Its as powerful as GTX 1080
zhsn18

Just get 2 RX 480s for £150 eachIts as powerful as GTX 1080


I'd imagine that if you were to CrossFire two RX480s you'd be better off going with 8GB models (to achieve VRAM parity with the GTX 1080), which cannot be bought new for £150.

There's also the less reliable performance, additional power consumption and additional heat output to consider, as there is with any CrossFire/SLI setup vs a single more powerful card.

Let's not pretend it's an open and shut case of "just getting two RX480s for £150 each".
Getting closer to that £300 mark!
CAL23

Getting closer to that £300 mark!


If you sell the free game key then it will be
matt101101

I'd imagine that if you were to CrossFire two RX480s you'd be better off … I'd imagine that if you were to CrossFire two RX480s you'd be better off going with 8GB models (to achieve VRAM parity with the GTX 1080), which cannot be bought new for £150. There's also the less reliable performance, additional power consumption and additional heat output to consider, as there is with any CrossFire/SLI setup vs a single more powerful card. Let's not pretend it's an open and shut case of "just getting two RX480s for £150 each".


Plus it's been proven that unless a game is optimised for crossfire/sli you will not see more than 20-30% performance gain. Having said that I have nothing to back this up with but in today's world we don't need to evidence things anymore.
Very good card, I have one myself. Overclocks to 2165mhz before the temp increase brings it down to a solid 2119mhz. Haven't seen the temps go over 72* either so can't fault it at all.
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matt101101

I'd imagine that if you were to CrossFire two RX480s you'd be better off … I'd imagine that if you were to CrossFire two RX480s you'd be better off going with 8GB models (to achieve VRAM parity with the GTX 1080), which cannot be bought new for £150. There's also the less reliable performance, additional power consumption and additional heat output to consider, as there is with any CrossFire/SLI setup vs a single more powerful card. Let's not pretend it's an open and shut case of "just getting two RX480s for £150 each".



Nope, watch, the difference of 2 RX 480 4gb vs 2 8gbs is none or barely

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matt101101

I'd imagine that if you were to CrossFire two RX480s you'd be better off … I'd imagine that if you were to CrossFire two RX480s you'd be better off going with 8GB models (to achieve VRAM parity with the GTX 1080), which cannot be bought new for £150. There's also the less reliable performance, additional power consumption and additional heat output to consider, as there is with any CrossFire/SLI setup vs a single more powerful card. Let's not pretend it's an open and shut case of "just getting two RX480s for £150 each".



I dont really care about heat

Its reliable lol its not 2012 anymore

Whats better £300 for 2 Cards what run the same as GTX 1080

Or 1 GTX 1080 for £600



Its the same performance for half the price, salty Nvidia fanboy
zhsn18

I dont really care about heatIts reliable lol its not 2012 anymoreWhats … I dont really care about heatIts reliable lol its not 2012 anymoreWhats better £300 for 2 Cards what run the same as GTX 1080Or 1 GTX 1080 for £600Its the same performance for half the price, salty Nvidia fanboy


With that, I think I shall leave this conversation here.





zhsn18

Just get 2 RX 480s for £150 eachIts as powerful as GTX 1080



Its almost as powerful as a GTX 1080 in Ashes of the Singularity. If you don't mind half the minimum frame rate.

http://www.gamersnexus.net/guides/2507-crossfire-rx-480-benchmark-vs-1070-and-1080-power-temperatures-fps/page-3

If you want actual performance, in all games, the 2x 480 is *terrible* value.

Recommending crossfire OR SLI to anyone must be done with extreme caution, or to people you hate.
zhsn18

I dont really care about heatIts reliable lol its not 2012 anymoreWhats … I dont really care about heatIts reliable lol its not 2012 anymoreWhats better £300 for 2 Cards what run the same as GTX 1080Or 1 GTX 1080 for £600Its the same performance for half the price, salty Nvidia fanboy



You do know that both AMD and NVIDIA have virtually given up on SLI/Crossfire and are both waiting for mGPU, right?
matt101101

I'd imagine that if you were to CrossFire two RX480s you'd be better off … I'd imagine that if you were to CrossFire two RX480s you'd be better off going with 8GB models (to achieve VRAM parity with the GTX 1080), which cannot be bought new for £150. There's also the less reliable performance, additional power consumption and additional heat output to consider, as there is with any CrossFire/SLI setup vs a single more powerful card. Let's not pretend it's an open and shut case of "just getting two RX480s for £150 each".



Agreed. I've always preferred to run with one card rather than paying twice the cost in electricity, which is the main expense in the long run. There's a 15% drop in performance using SLI/Crossfire too.
zhsn18

I dont really care about heatIts reliable lol its not 2012 anymoreWhats … I dont really care about heatIts reliable lol its not 2012 anymoreWhats better £300 for 2 Cards what run the same as GTX 1080Or 1 GTX 1080 for £600Its the same performance for half the price, salty Nvidia fanboy



If the game doesn't support SLI/crossfire then it's pretty much pointless no?
Edited by: "CHAOSEN3" 15th Mar 2017
zhsn18

I dont really care about heatIts reliable lol its not 2012 anymoreWhats … I dont really care about heatIts reliable lol its not 2012 anymoreWhats better £300 for 2 Cards what run the same as GTX 1080Or 1 GTX 1080 for £600Its the same performance for half the price, salty Nvidia fanboy



​you can pick gtx 1080 for around 450-480£
shkapars

​you can pick gtx 1080 for around 450-480£




The village idiot has been banned so better to ignore him.
zhsn18

Just get 2 RX 480s for £150 eachIts as powerful as GTX 1080



Don't forget to factor in the cost of a fire extinguisher and a 1000w PSU.

Those cards run a lot hotter and are much hungrier than a 1070/1080.
zhsn18

Nope, watch, the difference of 2 RX 480 4gb vs 2 8gbs is none or barely



​ accidentally liked that comment you seem to feel like you are well informed on the whole dual rx480 Vs 1080 scenario but there are countless videos on YouTube proving that crossfire Rx 480s are not worth it, poor optimisation on a lot of games with significant stuttering. I have done the crossfire setup and it's jarring, 1070 all day long for 1440p.
The GTX 1080Ti is out soon so hopefully that will drive down the cost of 1080, 1070 and 1060 cards in the near future.
X fire is a rubbish alternative. It is not supported in most games and has bad frame time variance in many of the rest.
Wait for Vega. Nvidia cards do not give value long term (some do not even have a 'long term' when you get a bit older and take notice)
Would I pay 450 euro's for this card?
Ha Ha Ha heh , you must be joking.

Nvidia has already reduced te cards because of the 1080Ti I think. Still stuck on a 7950 and sandy i7 here, think I need a complete overhaul.
kkane_irl

​ accidentally liked that comment you seem to feel like you are well i … ​ accidentally liked that comment you seem to feel like you are well informed on the whole dual rx480 Vs 1080 scenario but there are countless videos on YouTube proving that crossfire Rx 480s are not worth it, poor optimisation on a lot of games with significant stuttering. I have done the crossfire setup and it's jarring, 1070 all day long for 1440p.


A quality 650 watt unit will run rx480 Xfire actually,and the Nitro's run at 74C.
ricky1234561

Nvidia has already reduced te cards because of the 1080Ti I think. Still … Nvidia has already reduced te cards because of the 1080Ti I think. Still stuck on a 7950 and sandy i7 here, think I need a complete overhaul.


SB I7 at 4.3 , little diff in games with anything else. Just get a vega card when they come out. (cheapest)
Price gone up.
joe_shmoe

SB I7 at 4.3 , little diff in games with anything else. Just get a vega … SB I7 at 4.3 , little diff in games with anything else. Just get a vega card when they come out. (cheapest)



Currently at 4.6ghz, been a great chip since I bought it at launch.
tempted, but think my 970 can keep on trucking just yet
I would jump on this if I didn't had a freesync monitor
Hold your horses, I bought a used gtx 1080 last week for £348 delivered, sold my 980ti cost me 80 to upgrade, but prices are a changing and £348 is a sign of things to come.
chapchap

The village idiot has been banned so better to ignore him.


I'll just leave this here:

amazon.co.uk/dp/…-21
Dan_the_man28

I'll just leave this … I'll just leave this here:https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01GGBPYA2/?tag=pcp0f-21


few comments say its a scam
£385 for a used GEFORCE GTX 1080 ARMOR 8G OC on Ebay, tempted
Ships in 1 to 2 month? really?
Original Poster
Lashley

£385 for a used GEFORCE GTX 1080 ARMOR 8G OC on Ebay, tempted



​Think you should wait a bit, lower prices are coming for 1080
Lashley

£385 for a used GEFORCE GTX 1080 ARMOR 8G OC on Ebay, tempted



​What are stuff like that like to buy from eBay? Do you still get the manufacturers warranty?
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