Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Windforce 8GB + Destiny 2 £469.98 @ Amazon
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Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Windforce 8GB + Destiny 2 £469.98 @ Amazon

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Found 31st Aug 2017Edited by:"irekpa"
In stock on September 5, 2017

Amazon promotion:

"For a limited time, you can take home Destiny 2 when you get Game Ready with a GeForce® GTX 1080 or 1080 Ti. Please allow 7 days from delivery for redemption code to arrive. For any promotion related queries please contact NVIDIA directly."

NVIDIA: To redeem your promotional code for Destiny 2 please follow the steps below:

Install your qualified graphics card and update or install the latest version of GeForce Experience here.Open and log into GeForce Experience (Version 3.2.2 or higher).Go to the Account drop-down menu and click “REDEEM”.Paste your coupon code from your qualifying bundle purchase and click “REDEEM”.At this point your coupon code will be permanently associated to your NVIDIA account.A window will pop up asking you to log into your Blizzard account.Log in with your Blizzard account.Confirm your account and click “REDEEM”.Congratulations you’ve successfully redeemed your code for Destiny 2.Destiny 2 will be added to your “GAMES” Tab in the Blizzard Desktop App prior to the PC Game Launch.
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Hold steady gamers, the mining bubble will burst eventually, then you will see prices tumble to a normal level away from these fantasy prices, so don't give in my gaming brethren, hold strong and true, and remember, the more that hold out, the bigger they will drop..........:)
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Ordered this, gonna cancel my CCL order. Amazon returns policy is too good to pass up.
Great price!
I'd rather have a Vega 64 to play Destiny 2. It's the future.

On a more serious note. Decent deal including the free game. I think I bought my 1080 on the one day they didn't give away destiny 2.
Be careful with the Destiny 2 code, you only have a short timescale to redeem it, I had issues redeeming to my account and support was looking into he issue when the code expired, nothing they can do I was told.
Bully7 m ago

Be careful with the Destiny 2 code, you only have a short timescale to …Be careful with the Destiny 2 code, you only have a short timescale to redeem it, I had issues redeeming to my account and support was looking into he issue when the code expired, nothing they can do I was told.



Try harder. I'm sure you can get your code if you push.
MysticalUndies27 m ago

I'd rather have a Vega 64 to play Destiny 2. It's the future.On a more …I'd rather have a Vega 64 to play Destiny 2. It's the future.On a more serious note. Decent deal including the free game. I think I bought my 1080 on the one day they didn't give away destiny 2.



Sarcasm doesn't really translate well over the internet
Had my eye on this for a few weeks. Dropped a few quid last night and low behold its further!
Bully1 h, 17 m ago

Be careful with the Destiny 2 code, you only have a short timescale to …Be careful with the Destiny 2 code, you only have a short timescale to redeem it, I had issues redeeming to my account and support was looking into he issue when the code expired, nothing they can do I was told.


"© 2017 NVIDIA Corporation, NVIDIA, the NVIDIA logo, and GeForce are trademarks or registered trademarks of NVIDIA Corporation. All rights reserved. Qualifying graphics cards, systems, or laptops: GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, GeForce GTX 1080, GeForce GTX 1080 Ti systems, GeForce GTX 1080 systems, and GeForce GTX 1080 laptops. Internet connection required. Destiny 2 game codes may only be redeemed until 30 days after PC launch date.

Minimum 68 GB available hard drive storage space required as of September 2017. Storage requirements subject to increase. After September 2017, see destinythegame.com/siz…nts for current requirements. May require additional storage for set-up, features and updates, including to download mandatory in-game updates to continue playing. Users responsible for fees for broadband internet, which is required. Additional charges may apply for online content and features. Using the software constitutes acceptance of the Destiny Software License Agreement available at support.activision.com/lic…nse and the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy available at bungie.net/eula. Activision may modify or discontinue online services without notice at any time.

© 2017 Bungie, Inc. All rights reserved. Destiny, the Destiny Logo, Bungie, and the Bungie Logo are among the trademarks of Bungie, Inc. Published and distributed by Activision. Activision is a registered trademark of Activision Publishing, Inc."

Nvidias T&Cs for the promotion... Id fight a bit hard for it if I was you! While the time IS short. That would put the end date sometime in November.
terrible mining performance...
looks like a good gaming card - just don't expect to mine to make back your investment in the PC idle time
Hold steady gamers, the mining bubble will burst eventually, then you will see prices tumble to a normal level away from these fantasy prices, so don't give in my gaming brethren, hold strong and true, and remember, the more that hold out, the bigger they will drop..........:)
XP20045 m ago

Hold steady gamers, the mining bubble will burst eventually, then you will …Hold steady gamers, the mining bubble will burst eventually, then you will see prices tumble to a normal level away from these fantasy prices, so don't give in my gaming brethren, hold strong and true, and remember, the more that hold out, the bigger they will drop..........:)


They'll drop definitely - but when is an unknown. These cards aren't any better than 1060's for mining and graphics RAM prices are raising. This card in particular has only been £10 cheaper on CamelCamelCamel. When prices stabilise the 1070 definitely will be the better buy though!
^^I waited for Fallout 4 GOTY edition and i can wait for these cards to drop down, i am in no hurry, they want my money they dance to MY tune.
Edited by: "XP200" 31st Aug 2017
I always wonder how people who are always waiting in pc threads ever actually buy anything.

There is always a price cut or a new product around the corner, buy it and you will have made the difference up in enjoyment and usage by the time the next price decrease happens.
Edited by: "catbeans" 31st Aug 2017
XP2002 h, 48 m ago

Hold steady gamers, the mining bubble will burst eventually, then you will …Hold steady gamers, the mining bubble will burst eventually, then you will see prices tumble to a normal level away from these fantasy prices, so don't give in my gaming brethren, hold strong and true, and remember, the more that hold out, the bigger they will drop..........:)


When it goes it'll go BIG TIME. You don't buy one card for mining and expect to get your money back as an investment, unless of course you run it constantly on somebody else's electricity....
XP2007 h, 14 m ago

Hold steady gamers, the mining bubble will burst eventually, then you will …Hold steady gamers, the mining bubble will burst eventually, then you will see prices tumble to a normal level away from these fantasy prices, so don't give in my gaming brethren, hold strong and true, and remember, the more that hold out, the bigger they will drop..........:)


GTX 1080's have not been affected by mining in any meaningful way. Cards below have, but not 1080's or 1080ti's. This is one of the lowest prices I have seen for 1080's, with the exception of a Palit Jetstream 1080 a few months ago for £450.
Edited by: "cascadde" 31st Aug 2017
Chill people, my money is nice and safe in my wallet, it is happy there until the day comes, do not worry about it. lol

And just so you know there is no way i would spend £400/£500 to upgrade from a GTX970, the bang for buck is not there at present...i got a I7 core, a GTX970 OC and i can run almost everything at ultra with say AF and AA off, or high with everything on, and rift vr games run great, so it would be mad to spend so much just for what, some extra FPS.......i will eventually, but when i see value for money, and at present these cards are not offering me value for money.
southernorth2 h, 36 m ago

GTX 1080's have not been affected by mining in any meaningful way. Cards …GTX 1080's have not been affected by mining in any meaningful way. Cards below have, but not 1080's or 1080ti's. This is one of the lowest prices I have seen for 1080's, with the exception of a Palit Jetstream 1080 a few months ago for £450.


there's a reason for that
the 1080 mines significantly worse than 1070 (20Mh/s on 1080 vs 27Mh/s on 1070), and 1080Ti mines only slightly better than 1070 (I'm getting 35MH/s)
For miners the choice is obvious - 1070
For gamers who want the highest end but also mining in downtime - 1080Ti. 4K60 & decent mining to ROI your card in ~8-12 months after electric costs
For gamers who are a bit late to the party, you could go for 1080... but it's aging poorly. It will obviously never hit 4K60 and 4K30 isn't all that appealing anymore since Xbox One X is claiming locked 4K30 on med textures. As game engine and texture rendering progress toward photorealism, the 1080 will be left in the dust. To be fair, it was released some 14 months ago.
Edited by: "robodan918" 31st Aug 2017
im gonna just wait for the 1180 or 1170 in janurary
XP20031st Aug

Hold steady gamers, the mining bubble will burst eventually, then you will …Hold steady gamers, the mining bubble will burst eventually, then you will see prices tumble to a normal level away from these fantasy prices, so don't give in my gaming brethren, hold strong and true, and remember, the more that hold out, the bigger they will drop..........:)


Prices are about to go up due to GDDR5 suppliers both cutting supply and hiking prices. Glad I didn't wait for Vega

robodan91821 h, 58 m ago

there's a reason for thatthe 1080 mines significantly worse than 1070 …there's a reason for thatthe 1080 mines significantly worse than 1070 (20Mh/s on 1080 vs 27Mh/s on 1070), and 1080Ti mines only slightly better than 1070 (I'm getting 35MH/s)For miners the choice is obvious - 1070For gamers who want the highest end but also mining in downtime - 1080Ti. 4K60 & decent mining to ROI your card in ~8-12 months after electric costsFor gamers who are a bit late to the party, you could go for 1080... but it's aging poorly. It will obviously never hit 4K60 and 4K30 isn't all that appealing anymore since Xbox One X is claiming locked 4K30 on med textures. As game engine and texture rendering progress toward photorealism, the 1080 will be left in the dust. To be fair, it was released some 14 months ago.


Some mining outfits were using 1080ti's for zcash mining as the performance is better.
^^That is fine, there i no time limit on this, my GTX970 work horse will see me through it without any issue.
lomax2 h, 39 m ago

Prices are about to go up due to GDDR5 suppliers both cutting supply and …Prices are about to go up due to GDDR5 suppliers both cutting supply and hiking prices. Glad I didn't wait for Vega :)Some mining outfits were using 1080ti's for zcash mining as the performance is better.


the TI on ZEC yes
but the 1080 sucks
Edited by: "robodan918" 1st Sep 2017
robodan91816 h, 33 m ago

the TI on ZEC yesbut the 1080 sucks


For mining sure but it's a great card for 1440p gaming
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