Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB GDDR5X OC Graphics Card - £669.97 @ Laptops Direct
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Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB GDDR5X OC Graphics Card - £669.97 @ Laptops Direct

£669.97£80016%Laptops Direct Deals
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Found 27th FebEdited by:"chamelion"
An absolute steal to find this card under £800 in the UK. Prices have been dropping, but cheapest alternatives I found are blower cards and they sell for close to £800-£900!

Plus you can order multiple if you intend to mine
credit goes to hotukdeals.com/com…987,
@Canali44 thank you!
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Malabus4 m ago

Stick with my 1050 Ti .... Just as good.


Yeah I’ll stick to my Voodoo3 3Dfx, just as good too!
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Is this in stock? They are notorious for showing stock when they dont have.
Stick with my 1050 Ti .... Just as good.
Malabus4 m ago

Stick with my 1050 Ti .... Just as good.


Yeah I’ll stick to my Voodoo3 3Dfx, just as good too!
Great price for this. Very tempting but still a lot of money to blow on one part. Guess I could sell my 1060 to make it a bit more manageable but still quite the outlay.

Still first time I have seen a remotely good GPU deal in ages! Heat!
Malabus18 m ago

Stick with my 1050 Ti .... Just as good.


erm... just.. kinda... no.
ST31239 m ago

Great price for this. Very tempting but still a lot of money to blow on …Great price for this. Very tempting but still a lot of money to blow on one part. Guess I could sell my 1060 to make it a bit more manageable but still quite the outlay. Still first time I have seen a remotely good GPU deal in ages! Heat!


It’s all relative, if your buying this it should be matched with high end cpu and monitor.
What is grand total for whole rig then - 0.5 of a bitcoin? 🤑
Just tried to order one and next available delivery is 21st March, so they clearly don't have stock. I'll wait for the rumoured Ampere in April.

Thanks anyway OP
hot, noisy fans and coil whine,not even a backplate for premium price, this model is a joke.
if you willing to spend THAT crazy money on gpu better to add couple of £££ for something with a decent cooling system.
i couldn't stand temps and noise so i installed nzxt g12 and arctic freezer 240 and now i'm happy, however it cost me a extra 100£, so do yourself a favour and buy msi / asus / zotac instead.
Chufty7 m ago

Just tried to order one and next available delivery is 21st March, so they …Just tried to order one and next available delivery is 21st March, so they clearly don't have stock. I'll wait for the rumoured Ampere in April.Thanks anyway OP


good luck getting hold of ampere before november / december
toolmen5 m ago

hot, noisy fans and coil whine,not even a backplate for premium price, …hot, noisy fans and coil whine,not even a backplate for premium price, this model is a joke.if you willing to spend THAT crazy money on gpu better to add couple of £££ for something with a decent cooling system. i couldn't stand temps and noise so i installed nzxt g12 and arctic freezer 240 and now i'm happy, however it cost me a extra 100£, so do yourself a favour and buy msi / asus / zotac instead.


I have 3 of these on a mining rig, 85% TDP, memory and core overclocked, fans running at 75-80%, temps in the low 60s. 24 hours a day, for the past few months. Sound, heat levels perfectly acceptable, and temperature fantastic given it runs around the clock at 100% usage.

I also have Asus + Zotac - this runs quieter, faster, and cooler than either. Don't know about MSI, but I'll give that a whirl next, thanks (assuming prices become reasonable).
Chufty8 m ago

Just tried to order one and next available delivery is 21st March, so they …Just tried to order one and next available delivery is 21st March, so they clearly don't have stock. I'll wait for the rumoured Ampere in April.Thanks anyway OP


standard delivery from 6th of March - next Tuesday. Small price for it, but worth every penny given the heavy discount.
good deal, imo wait till next month when the new cards are gonna get announced!
chamelion5 m ago

standard delivery from 6th of March - next Tuesday. Small price for it, …standard delivery from 6th of March - next Tuesday. Small price for it, but worth every penny given the heavy discount.


Strange, says 21st for me. Oh well I'm just a gamer...
In for 5
chamelion12 m ago

good luck getting hold of ampere before november / december I have 3 of …good luck getting hold of ampere before november / december I have 3 of these on a mining rig, 85% TDP, memory and core overclocked, fans running at 75-80%, temps in the low 60s. 24 hours a day, for the past few months. Sound, heat levels perfectly acceptable, and temperature fantastic given it runs around the clock at 100% usage. I also have Asus + Zotac - this runs quieter, faster, and cooler than either. Don't know about MSI, but I'll give that a whirl next, thanks (assuming prices become reasonable).


How profitable is the whole mining thing, with the current volatility, if you don't mind me asking?
Chufty8 m ago

Strange, says 21st for me. Oh well I'm just a gamer...


you have to change shipping from free to the £4.95 option.
bryngreen2 m ago

How profitable is the whole mining thing, with the current volatility, if …How profitable is the whole mining thing, with the current volatility, if you don't mind me asking?


still very profitable - even if you have massive electricity costs. it does fluctuate wildly as you've seen, so your break even point can vary from a few months to nearly a full year! if you're expecting to jump in and make thousands every week that won't happen, but it's nice background income for very little effort. helps if you have solar too - essentially turning that free power you'd be exporting back to the grid into ££.
jonty133711 m ago

good deal, imo wait till next month when the new cards are gonna get …good deal, imo wait till next month when the new cards are gonna get announced!



You won't be seeing the new Ti models this year though.
Maybe its postcode dependent because it's the £4.95 delivery option that gives me the 21st, the free option gives me the 30th.

Since cards have been coming down I'm happy to hold off, especially with possible announcements coming at GTC which might temper demand further.
bryngreen14 m ago

How profitable is the whole mining thing, with the current volatility, if …How profitable is the whole mining thing, with the current volatility, if you don't mind me asking?


whattomine.com

If interested you can get a ball park figure here. Put in the cards you want to see eg 1-6 of these, the price of electricity (commonly around 13p per kwh) then press calculate. It will show the most profitable coins for that card and the amount someone would earn in 24 hours, before and after electric costs.

It's far lower than it was before the recent crash but still turns a profit.
chamelion34 m ago

good luck getting hold of ampere before november / december I have 3 of …good luck getting hold of ampere before november / december I have 3 of these on a mining rig, 85% TDP, memory and core overclocked, fans running at 75-80%, temps in the low 60s. 24 hours a day, for the past few months. Sound, heat levels perfectly acceptable, and temperature fantastic given it runs around the clock at 100% usage. I also have Asus + Zotac - this runs quieter, faster, and cooler than either. Don't know about MSI, but I'll give that a whirl next, thanks (assuming prices become reasonable).


+1
chamelion39 m ago

good luck getting hold of ampere before november / december I have 3 of …good luck getting hold of ampere before november / december I have 3 of these on a mining rig, 85% TDP, memory and core overclocked, fans running at 75-80%, temps in the low 60s. 24 hours a day, for the past few months. Sound, heat levels perfectly acceptable, and temperature fantastic given it runs around the clock at 100% usage. I also have Asus + Zotac - this runs quieter, faster, and cooler than either. Don't know about MSI, but I'll give that a whirl next, thanks (assuming prices become reasonable).


And this is the reason we're all paying through the nose for GPU's. Thanks for ruining gaming for the rest of us to make a quick quid.
"Plus you can order multiple if you intend to mine "

PLEASE GOD NO LOL this is the very thing we need to fight against
chamelion42 m ago

good luck getting hold of ampere before november / december I have 3 of …good luck getting hold of ampere before november / december I have 3 of these on a mining rig, 85% TDP, memory and core overclocked, fans running at 75-80%, temps in the low 60s. 24 hours a day, for the past few months. Sound, heat levels perfectly acceptable, and temperature fantastic given it runs around the clock at 100% usage. I also have Asus + Zotac - this runs quieter, faster, and cooler than either. Don't know about MSI, but I'll give that a whirl next, thanks (assuming prices become reasonable).


Out of interest, what kind of return do you make per month with that rig, after costs and at the current price of bitcoin? Genuine question as I and a few mates are seriously considering dipping our toes in this business.
Retro_Mike4 m ago

And this is the reason we're all paying through the nose for GPU's. Thanks …And this is the reason we're all paying through the nose for GPU's. Thanks for ruining gaming for the rest of us to make a quick quid.


The thing is, once you factor in initial investment, electricity cost, market volatility etc.. it's hardly a 'quick' quid. It's got profit potential for sure... but I whole-heartedly agree, I despise crypto miners. It's not even like they're fx traders who profit from other people's losses, they're affecting an entirely different market and a global community of millions
Anyone else having issues? It just keeps trying to load the delivery options for me and they don't ever load...
toolmen55 m ago

hot, noisy fans and coil whine,not even a backplate for premium price, …hot, noisy fans and coil whine,not even a backplate for premium price, this model is a joke.if you willing to spend THAT crazy money on gpu better to add couple of £££ for something with a decent cooling system. i couldn't stand temps and noise so i installed nzxt g12 and arctic freezer 240 and now i'm happy, however it cost me a extra 100£, so do yourself a favour and buy msi / asus / zotac instead.


A quick Google reveals you're not alone in that boat, a bunch of amazon and reddit comments say the same thing
zeppovendetta6 m ago

Anyone else having issues? It just keeps trying to load the delivery …Anyone else having issues? It just keeps trying to load the delivery options for me and they don't ever load...


Yes exactly the same issue.
tropicocitwo11 m ago

The thing is, once you factor in initial investment, electricity cost, …The thing is, once you factor in initial investment, electricity cost, market volatility etc.. it's hardly a 'quick' quid. It's got profit potential for sure... but I whole-heartedly agree, I despise crypto miners. It's not even like they're fx traders who profit from other people's losses, they're affecting an entirely different market and a global community of millions


Many of them part of the same community, just looking to recoup the cost of their rig.
stuellis1 h, 7 m ago

It’s all relative, if your buying this it should be matched with high end c …It’s all relative, if your buying this it should be matched with high end cpu and monitor.


I do most of my gaming on a 4K TV in the living room, so plenty of pixels to fill, though TBH and what holds me back is I don't play that many uber demanding AAA games, most of the time I'm playing older or indie stuff, which doesn't tax the GPU all that much really. The most intensive game I have played lately is dangerous golf with everything maxxed at 4K, which actually did bring my 1060 to it's knees (could have used that 1080TI there ) though that is probably just because I had the liquid effects on max, which are a known system hog.
Its cheap because all the miners are waiting for the new model which is going to be released in a couple of months prices for 1080 / 1070 range going drop.
Retro_Mike32 m ago

And this is the reason we're all paying through the nose for GPU's. Thanks …And this is the reason we're all paying through the nose for GPU's. Thanks for ruining gaming for the rest of us to make a quick quid.


"home miners" with a few cards aren't really making an impact on the global supply of graphics cards. There are companies running warehouses full of GPU mining rigs. We're just getting the dregs that they're not buying up, that's why there's no cards and the subsequent price premium.
beard713 m ago

"home miners" with a few cards aren't really making an impact on the …"home miners" with a few cards aren't really making an impact on the global supply of graphics cards. There are companies running warehouses full of GPU mining rigs. We're just getting the dregs that they're not buying up, that's why there's no cards and the subsequent price premium.


Just like chucking one plastic lid is fine when there are companies chucking thousands.. great mentality
Cr4ptops direct, if you order something at a cheap price it will magically no longer be available until they have processed a refund.
roguesspam30 m ago

Cr4ptops direct, if you order something at a cheap price it will magically …Cr4ptops direct, if you order something at a cheap price it will magically no longer be available until they have processed a refund.


Unfortunately what happens usually is a flood of orders comes in, more than we have stock to fulfill as will be the case with this product.

The first few people will be very lucky, however after that there will be some people having refunds issued as our website just can't update quick enough for the floods of orders that appear when a product goes hot on HUKD. We always fulfill first come first served.
TellyLover1 h, 19 m ago

Just like chucking one plastic lid is fine when there are companies …Just like chucking one plastic lid is fine when there are companies chucking thousands.. great mentality


I'm in no way endorsing littering.
Tom_Lamb34 m ago

Unfortunately what happens usually is a flood of orders comes in, more …Unfortunately what happens usually is a flood of orders comes in, more than we have stock to fulfill as will be the case with this product.The first few people will be very lucky, however after that there will be some people having refunds issued as our website just can't update quick enough for the floods of orders that appear when a product goes hot on HUKD. We always fulfill first come first served.


You could always put the latecomers on backorder to fulfil when you get more stock though, or at the very least offer that as an option.

Nothing worse than cancelling orders out of the blue with no warning and fastest way to turn me off a retailer...

Surely if an order is placed, the stock becomes stock-1 until it reaches 0 when it goes out of stock? Am I missing something?
TellyLover31 m ago

Surely if an order is placed, the stock becomes stock-1 until it reaches 0 …Surely if an order is placed, the stock becomes stock-1 until it reaches 0 when it goes out of stock? Am I missing something?


You are forgetting the limbo the orders go into whilst credit is approved. So stock doesn't go down until the banking systems in the back catch up.
sold out OOS ! now
Edited by: "fragger" 27th Feb
tropicocitwo3 h, 31 m ago

The thing is, once you factor in initial investment, electricity cost, …The thing is, once you factor in initial investment, electricity cost, market volatility etc.. it's hardly a 'quick' quid. It's got profit potential for sure... but I whole-heartedly agree, I despise crypto miners. It's not even like they're fx traders who profit from other people's losses, they're affecting an entirely different market and a global community of millions


wait, what? you think it's better that i make money by making someone else poor via fx trading, versus doing some computation on my PC that I get rewarded for - which adds cryptocurrency permanently to global circulation?
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