GIgabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming OC 11G £601.83 @ Amazon.fr
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GIgabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming OC 11G £601.83 @ Amazon.fr

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Edited by:"Ryuzaki"Found 14th Oct
Obviously not in the top end of the 1080Ti stack but pretty good nonetheless, Cheapest I've seen a GTX 1080Ti in a while. Full details of this card HERE.

Dispatched & Sold by Amazon.

Card itself is €669.99, and with shipping it's €676.38

Paid for in Euro with a fee free card it's around £601.83. Doesn't seem to be in stock yet but it seems other gigabyte cards on Amazon france are due by 19th October (5 days from now) so may be a chance it'll come then.

EDIT: Looks like it's shot up to €794. I would suggest to keep a look out on Amazon.fr and Amazon.it if you're looking for a 1080Ti, prices fluctuate heavily daily and you might get a good deal

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This is actually a really good deal considering current prices of similar GPUs on the market and the bad exchange rate.

Great deal. Better then mine a week ago. Well done. Heat!

Great deal but apparently this model suffers from a lot of coil whine.

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GS011 m ago

Great deal but apparently this model suffers from a lot of coil whine.


I've heard about that too but I guess it's a bit hit or miss. Mine is completely quiet.

Yes, I'm afraid that's usually the case. It'd drive me crazy, which is why I'm waiting for some of the other cards to drop, don't really wanna take a chance.
How long you had yours for?

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GS0110 m ago

Yes, I'm afraid that's usually the case. It'd drive me crazy, which is why …Yes, I'm afraid that's usually the case. It'd drive me crazy, which is why I'm waiting for some of the other cards to drop, don't really wanna take a chance.How long you had yours for?


Just over 3 months now. Was decided between this and the MSI but apparently the MSI has far worse issues with cooling.

Very good deal and gigabytes warranty is very good too with a uk based returns depot if anyone worried.


Unless we do a no deal brexit then it might be a problem....

Banned

GS0145 m ago

Great deal but apparently this model suffers from a lot of coil whine.



..... Can't be any worse than my missus whining

JB749 m ago

..... Can't be any worse than my missus whining



Maybe her coil hasn't been fitted correctly? Get her down the docs.

Banned

robo9898 m ago

Maybe her coil hasn't been fitted correctly? Get her down the docs.



ha, yup... you might be right?
she has been whining lately about having a dodgy box
Edited by: "JB74" 14th Oct

Ordered. Got tired of waiting for the custom Vega cards. Had planned to stay with AMD only because of my 1440p freesync monitor. I've been holding out on upgrading from my trusty R9 290 for quite a while now.

I can't see the 1080 ti getting any cheaper than this even when the custom Vega cards come out.

(Please just agree with me - I've gone and blown £600+ on a graphics card )

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greysquaill30 m ago

Ordered. Got tired of waiting for the custom Vega cards. Had planned to …Ordered. Got tired of waiting for the custom Vega cards. Had planned to stay with AMD only because of my 1440p freesync monitor. I've been holding out on upgrading from my trusty R9 290 for quite a while now.I can't see the 1080 ti getting any cheaper than this even when the custom Vega cards come out.(Please just agree with me - I've gone and blown £600+ on a graphics card )


I can probably help you justify it.

Let's see, the cheapest Vega 64 I found is around £550, so for around 10% more money you get 30% more performance, much less power draw and heat, much more stable drivers (Vega doesn't even have primitive shaders working yet), much more overclocking headroom, 3GB extra VRAM and you'll get it a lot sooner than any Vega custom card.

None of this stops me wanting Vega though

Unfortunately with no competition from AMD at the top end here this is likely the gaming king until Volta, and nvidia are in no rush to release that because they'll just be competing with themselves at the high end.

Ryuzaki30 m ago

I can probably help you justify it.Let's see, the cheapest Vega 64 I found …I can probably help you justify it.Let's see, the cheapest Vega 64 I found is around £550, so for around 10% more money you get 30% more performance, much less power draw and heat, much more stable drivers (Vega doesn't even have primitive shaders working yet), much more overclocking headroom, 3GB extra VRAM and you'll get it a lot sooner than any Vega custom card.None of this stops me wanting Vega though Unfortunately with no competition from AMD at the top end here this is likely the gaming king until Volta, and nvidia are in no rush to release that because they'll just be competing with themselves at the high end.


Sold. You've redeemed yourself OP. I held you responsible for me spending £600+ on a graphics card.

Good reasoning though. Pretty sure I won't feel the lack of Freesync much if this card can achieve a solid 144hz on 1080p/1440p.

Thanks

greysquaill4 h, 21 m ago

Sold. You've redeemed yourself OP. I held you responsible for me spending …Sold. You've redeemed yourself OP. I held you responsible for me spending £600+ on a graphics card.Good reasoning though. Pretty sure I won't feel the lack of Freesync much if this card can achieve a solid 144hz on 1080p/1440p.Thanks



It'll blaze through 144hz at 1080p. Hell, the standard 1080 does 144hz with no problems.

Novatech have the same card for an extra £100 but with shadow of war included free, which should look pretty impressive with those two extra 4k download packs

PhattyHUKD5 h, 18 m ago

It'll blaze through 144hz at 1080p. Hell, the standard 1080 does 144hz …It'll blaze through 144hz at 1080p. Hell, the standard 1080 does 144hz with no problems.


It's buttery smooth 144hz at 1440p I want really. I did consider getting a decent GTX 1080 instead as it'll probably meet my needs still but they're only £100 less than this version of the GTX 1080 ti so it seemed worth the extra for a big upgrade.

Just ordered, btw OP I hate you! :P

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mezaetos4 h, 23 m ago

Just ordered, btw OP I hate you! :P


Your wallet may hurt now but your eyes will thank me for the extra frames

robo98919 h, 47 m ago

Maybe her coil hasn't been fitted correctly? Get her down the docs.


That will probably explain why you get reception issues with Virgin broadband as well mate..

PhattyHUKD12 h, 34 m ago

It'll blaze through 144hz at 1080p. Hell, the standard 1080 does 144hz …It'll blaze through 144hz at 1080p. Hell, the standard 1080 does 144hz with no problems.


So will a 1070.

Well I want to get as high a refresh rate on my 1440p monitor. I think a 1070 will do but might get stretches on more demanding titles. No, I NEED a 1080 to. Don't tell me I'm wrong

What is the refresh rate on your monitor?

I run a 27" ASUS PG278Q Monitor @ 2560x1440 (144hz) using Asus (Republic of Gamer's) Strix 1070oc and it is epic.

Your monitor might be only 60 hz, so its a little overkill to go with a 1080 card on anything less than 2560 x 1440.

Locknloadharry51 m ago

What is the refresh rate on your monitor?I run a 27" ASUS PG278Q Monitor …What is the refresh rate on your monitor?I run a 27" ASUS PG278Q Monitor @ 2560x1440 (144hz) using Asus (Republic of Gamer's) Strix 1070oc and it is epic.Your monitor might be only 60 hz, so its a little overkill to go with a 1080 card on anything less than 2560 x 1440.


I've got a 144hz 2560x1440 27" monitor. My 290 at the moment does a decent job at 1080p and 50-100fps for a lot of games but the monitor feels a little wasted on it. Wanted to get the £285 Gtx 980ti deal that sprung up about 1-2 months ago but deliberated too long and went OOS. The 980ti is there or thereabouts with a 1070 I gather so I totally regretted missing it.

greysquaill14 m ago

I've got a 144hz 2560x1440 27" monitor. My 290 at the moment does a decent …I've got a 144hz 2560x1440 27" monitor. My 290 at the moment does a decent job at 1080p and 50-100fps for a lot of games but the monitor feels a little wasted on it. Wanted to get the £285 Gtx 980ti deal that sprung up about 1-2 months ago but deliberated too long and went OOS. The 980ti is there or thereabouts with a 1070 I gather so I totally regretted missing it.


The 980ti is not for you...i feel.

You would probably be better with a 1080 (Non Ti) at those monitor settings, purely on the basis of saving £150 ish over the Ti.
Personally, i would pick a TIER ONE supplier, (Evga, Gigabyte, Asus)
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