Gigabyte Geforce GTX 1080Ti at Amazon France for £617
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Gigabyte Geforce GTX 1080Ti at Amazon France for £617

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Found 8th Oct
So this card is available to pre order via amazon.fr says available in about 1 month.
Cheapest 1080ti I have seen for a while.
€681 which works out £617 incl shipping costs.
For those who are patient can save a few bob on overinflated £ prices.

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Nice price, tempting. Though reports of bad coil whine, my gigabyte 1070 suffers from it as well

Good price, seen a lot of prices come down for all the range of the 10 series recently. Hope it keeps happening.

Seen a lot of comments about coil whine on Gigabyte's recent graphic card releases , good price though , liking they we're starting to see sone deals close to the £600 mark

Heat. Got this for £700 on release.
No coil whine.
Edited by: "rapid111111" 8th Oct

EUR 844,95 now which is approx £758

I've got a freesync monitor and was going to wait on a decent non-reference Vega 56/64 deal but that isn't happening anytime soon. Almost jumped on this and it's gone up in price now.

In my experience coil whine is only noticable when FPS are very high; often too high for the monitor to even display (e.g. 200 fps). Enabling an FPS cap or V-Sync to cap the high ends helps a lot. Obviously, having a fast card means that you get into the high FPS regime more regularly = more coil whine.
Edited by: "Scottc123" 8th Oct

greysquaill9 m ago

EUR 844,95 now which is approx £758


That's a different retailer as the price for Amazon is the same.

Agharta5 m ago

That's a different retailer as the price for Amazon is the same.


Thanks. I'm being a numpty then. Will check it out.

greysquaill56 m ago

Thanks. I'm being a numpty then. Will check it out.

Click on "NEUF (10) À PARTIR DE EUR 681,49"

clonereeco3 h, 58 m ago

Seen a lot of comments about coil whine on Gigabyte's recent graphic card …Seen a lot of comments about coil whine on Gigabyte's recent graphic card releases , good price though , liking they we're starting to see sone deals close to the £600 mark



rapid1111112 h, 3 m ago

Heat. Got this for £700 on release. No coil whine.




I avoided the gigabyte 1080Ti cards due to the Amazon reviews being mixed (some complaining of whine). That said I am sure there are a majority of cards sold that are completely fine.

Latterman2 m ago

I avoided the gigabyte 1080Ti cards due to the Amazon reviews being mixed …I avoided the gigabyte 1080Ti cards due to the Amazon reviews being mixed (some complaining of whine). That said I am sure there are a majority of cards sold that are completely fine.

I can imagine it wouldn't be all the cards at that would be a major failure but with the other choices out there I'm personally eyeing up the Asus and EVGA options

clonereeco7 m ago

I can imagine it wouldn't be all the cards at that would be a major …I can imagine it wouldn't be all the cards at that would be a major failure but with the other choices out there I'm personally eyeing up the Asus and EVGA options


I did exactly that. I ended up getting the Asus amazon.co.uk/ASU…0ti

When it was on offer for £666. It's been brilliant.

For coil whine I would first look at your PSUs. Then VGA cards. I never skimp on PSUs and never have coil whine. And my PCs are designed to be as near silent as possible. The slightest noise would bother me, so coil whine would be very noticeable to my ears.
Just some advise from an electronics engineer. Take or leave.
Cheers.

Original Poster

Look for the other sellers bit. Then you will find it for 681

What does the 'ti' stand for?

Latterman2 h, 11 m ago

I did exactly that. I ended up getting the Asus …I did exactly that. I ended up getting the Asus https://www.amazon.co.uk/ASUS-ROG-STRIX-GTX1080TI-O11G-GAMING-1080-GDDR5X-Graphics/dp/B06XRWYXJY/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1507469730&sr=8-2&keywords=asus+1080tiWhen it was on offer for £666. It's been brilliant.

I was tempted by the £666 but decided to hold out as currently trying to get through backlog of ps4 games before I upgrade from my gtx 780 , definitely need to upgrade as I need to take advantage of my 27" 1440p 144hz Gsync I recently upgraded to . Asus was first choice but tends to be the most expensive

Original Poster

Look you can always purchase and if you find the asus again just cancel. No hassle with amazon

What psu are those of you with cool whine using? I reckon it's more related to psu than the parts on the card. Also if you take the scale of the problem, if it was within the hands of card manufacturers to fix it would be sorted by now.

Although in say that gigabyte owners to seem to suffer more.

peekaboo925 m ago

What psu are those of you with cool whine using? I reckon it's more …What psu are those of you with cool whine using? I reckon it's more related to psu than the parts on the card. Also if you take the scale of the problem, if it was within the hands of card manufacturers to fix it would be sorted by now. Although in say that gigabyte owners to seem to suffer more.



3 different PSU's, all expensive brand names, exactly the same so not PSU related. And tried on two different motherboards and still the same so deffo card related.

Banned

chrisscott123 h, 19 m ago

What does the 'ti' stand for?



stolen straight off google

"On the periodic table "ti" is short for "Titanium". On the Nvidia graphics cards it's more of a "marker" of sorts to mean that it's been designed to consume less power while giving better performance. It's usually on the higher-end versions of their GPU's, while they often attach "MX" to their lower-end cards"

I've got the MSI 1080ti 11g and never heard any coil whine. The card runs almost silently. It's also a stunning card. I has the MSI 1070 8g and also never heard any whine.

715 euro with shipping for me.Good price!

How does one order from .fr with a UK prime account?

SIX HUNDRED AND SEVENTEEN POUNDS....

Andywatson20 h, 20 m ago

3 different PSU's, all expensive brand names, exactly the same so not PSU …3 different PSU's, all expensive brand names, exactly the same so not PSU related. And tried on two different motherboards and still the same so deffo card related.


All pc parts are expensive nowadays and they're all brand names too

Original Poster

gpdl003551 h, 19 m ago

How does one order from .fr with a UK prime account?

Just log in with your own user/pass on the amazon.fr website, put it in the basket and chose your delivery address. It adds shipping charges and then asks you to pay in eur or gpb. In my case I chose eur as I have a fee free credit card.
Et voila!

Thanks. Putting it through in GBP got it to £641 delivered. If I use my credit card it worked out at £635 after charges. So I think I'll stick to my noisy space heater 980Ti for a bit longer lol.

peekaboo9219 h, 21 m ago

All pc parts are expensive nowadays and they're all brand names too


Yeah.......well anyway it's not the PSU or mobo as suggested.

Andywatson1 h, 53 m ago

Yeah.......well anyway it's not the PSU or mobo as suggested.


Really, Really don't like the sound of a 1070 with coil whine. I still think it's power delivery though I wouldn't but a gigabyte card just in case. The fact that 1080's were plagued with this and were £700 at the time is a complete disgrace whatever is causing it.
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