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Posted 22nd Feb

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8 GB GDDR6
CUDA cores: 3072
Clock speed: 1845 MHz
HDMI / DisplayPort
VR Ready

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With how close big navi and RTX 3000 are, it is better just to wait a month or so and see how things turn out.
Edited by: "3anana" 22nd Feb
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Looks like a blower
Soon to be rendered obsolete by Ampere. Cold.
With how close big navi and RTX 3000 are, it is better just to wait a month or so and see how things turn out.
Edited by: "3anana" 22nd Feb
3anana22/02/2020 20:51

With how close big navi and RTX 3000 are, it is better just to wait a …With how close big navi and RTX 3000 are, it is better just to wait a month or so and see how things turn out.


Not sure about Navi but last I read RTX3000 was scheduled for H2 2020 and nothing more specific had been released by NVidia. Agree if you can wait it might be for the best but it could be 6 months or more.
Just a headsup a 2060 is faster than a 1080

And the next nvidia generation is likely to be as big a jump, if not bigger.

I'd hold onto your money, I'd bet this performance will be available for closer to 400 when the new gen comes this year.
The 2060 is about on par with a 1080 not faster.
But the card above is a 2080 super, why measure performance of a 1080,2060,rx 5600?
Umbopuk22/02/2020 21:59

But the card above is a 2080 super, why measure performance of a …But the card above is a 2080 super, why measure performance of a 1080,2060,rx 5600?


Last big generation jump the new x060 card was faster than the last x080 card. Id imagine the same will happen here, you'll probably get a x060 card with this level of performance (as the 80S is our current x080 card).
zeb.mattey22/02/2020 22:01

Last big generation jump the new x060 card was faster than the last x080 …Last big generation jump the new x060 card was faster than the last x080 card. Id imagine the same will happen here, you'll probably get a x060 card with this level of performance (as the 80S is our current x080 card).


I don't think it was- def. not in DX11 for the majority of games certainly.
chapchap22/02/2020 22:47

I don't think it was- def. not in DX11 for the majority of games certainly.


Look at the graph....

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It was a huge leap....Look at the 2060 vs 1080, the 2080Ti vs 1080Ti...
3anana22/02/2020 20:51

With how close big navi and RTX 3000 are, it is better just to wait a …With how close big navi and RTX 3000 are, it is better just to wait a month or so and see how things turn out.



I would wait rather than get stung. Either event is likely to bring more performance and downward pressure on prices.
2080s was reviews as one of the most pointless models because of the large price increase for minimal performance increase.
if you're going to spend this much you might as well go for a 2080 ti
£620 and it only has 8GB VRAM? Are they mental?
zeb.mattey22/02/2020 23:07

Look at the …Look at the graph....https://tpucdn.com/review/powercolor-radeon-rx-5600-xt-red-devil/images/relative-performance_2560-1440.pngIt was a huge leap....Look at the 2060 vs 1080, the 2080Ti vs 1080Ti...


One graph shows a 2% difference between a 2060 and a 1080.
chapchap22/02/2020 23:38

One graph shows a 2% difference between a 2060 and a 1080.


Now you add the TI models I see. Yes 2080Ti vs 1080Ti and the 2080Ti wins.
chapchap22/02/2020 23:38

One graph shows a 2% difference between a 2060 and a 1080.


Lol, so you don't think its a huge leap that the next gen 60 series is equal to a last gen 80 series?....

That means the 3060, which will probbaly launch at similar to the 2060, £300, will likely be faster than a 2080, which is around £500/£550 right now.

The 3080 and 3080Ti will likely destroy the 2080 & 2080Ti. Just like last gen.
zeb.mattey22/02/2020 23:44

Lol, so you don't think its a huge leap that the next gen 60 series is …Lol, so you don't think its a huge leap that the next gen 60 series is equal to a last gen 80 series?....That means the 3060, which will probbaly launch at similar to the 2060, £300, will likely be faster than a 2080, which is around £500/£550 right now.The 3080 and 3080Ti will likely destroy the 2080 & 2080Ti. Just like last gen.


Can't wait to see what Nvidia prices those at.. lol.
zeb.mattey22/02/2020 23:44

Lol, so you don't think its a huge leap that the next gen 60 series is …Lol, so you don't think its a huge leap that the next gen 60 series is equal* to a last gen 80 series?....That means the 3060, which will probbaly launch at similar to the 2060, £300, will likely be faster than a 2080, which is around £500/£550 right now.The 3080 and 3080Ti will likely destroy the 2080 & 2080Ti. Just like last gen. .


*Notice the "faster" which you have changed to "equal" now*.

LOl,I am reading what you wrote,"Last big generation jump the new x060 card was faster* than the last x080 card."
I would even argue it wasn't when it first came out and only 2% with that random graph you produced. Please re-read what you wrote as its there in black and white.

As for your prediction you (have you grabbed it out of thin air?) then fingers crossed! No reason to believe Nvidia will though as they have zero competition in the premium price range. AMD are killing them in the CPU market but GPUs they are way behind.
chapchap23/02/2020 00:22

*Notice the "faster" which you have changed to "equal" now*. LOl,I am …*Notice the "faster" which you have changed to "equal" now*. LOl,I am reading what you wrote,"Last big generation jump the new x060 card was faster* than the last x080 card." I would even argue it wasn't when it first came out and only 2% with that random graph you produced. Please re-read what you wrote as its there in black and white.As for your prediction you (have you grabbed it out of thin air?) then fingers crossed! No reason to believe Nvidia will though as they have zero competition in the premium price range. AMD are killing them in the CPU market but GPUs they are way behind.


It is faster, its a 21 game average on tech power up of the latest games. 2% faster.

Derp.

'not much of a generational leap in dx11 games'

Lewl
Edited by: "zeb.mattey" 23rd Feb
This is the awesomeness of GTX 3080, it'll shake the GPU market. Wait...wait..wait.

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zeb.mattey23/02/2020 00:31

It is faster, its a 21 game average on tech power up of the latest games. …It is faster, its a 21 game average on tech power up of the latest games. 2% faster.Derp.


2% faster *now*- if you don't understand then well...

Sorry i didn't realise the level you are at.
zeb.mattey23/02/2020 00:31

It is faster, its a 21 game average on tech power up of the latest games. …It is faster, its a 21 game average on tech power up of the latest games. 2% faster.Derp.'not much of a generational leap in dx11 games'Lewl



2% is more or less negligible, they are about on par, on average, which is fine really. What really matters is pricing on the next family of cards, not just performance, because Turing was rather expensive.
tempt23/02/2020 00:36

This is the awesomeness of GTX 3080, it'll shake the GPU market. …This is the awesomeness of GTX 3080, it'll shake the GPU market. Wait...wait..wait.[Image]


You will be shaking your piggy bank trying to afford it!

Lack of wafers=short supply=astronomical prices!
stuellis22/02/2020 21:03

Not sure about Navi but last I read RTX3000 was scheduled for H2 2020 and …Not sure about Navi but last I read RTX3000 was scheduled for H2 2020 and nothing more specific had been released by NVidia. Agree if you can wait it might be for the best but it could be 6 months or more.



cards and architecture to be announced at gdc2020 in three weeks time
Tired.Ben.Affleck23/02/2020 01:56

cards and architecture to be announced at gdc2020 in three weeks time


From what I can see from a quick search that is what some reports are predicting/hoping for but not confirmed. The 700, 900, 1000 & 2000 have all launched end of Q2 to end of Q3. I’d like it to be soon to heat up the Navi competition but I’m fairly sure the roadmap previously presented for desktop was H2.
stuellis23/02/2020 02:21

From what I can see from a quick search that is what some reports are …From what I can see from a quick search that is what some reports are predicting/hoping for but not confirmed. The 700, 900, 1000 & 2000 have all launched end of Q2 to end of Q3. I’d like it to be soon to heat up the Navi competition but I’m fairly sure the roadmap previously presented for desktop was H2.


doesn't matter. I'm looking at it from purely economical standpoint. if Jensen's charts at GDC will show a significant performance boost... second market like ebay etc will become immediately flooded with used 2080ti's 2080 etc. going for dirt cheap.
There is absolutely no point of buying card from the green team as for now. Wait few weeks and you will find it beneficial.
even if coronavirus will take a significant toll on release date, second market will do it's own.
tempt22/02/2020 20:40

Soon to be rendered obsolete by Ampere. Cold.



Exactly. Can`t understand why people keep posting, they do not come close to being a good Deal/Price etc. If they drop below the £500 mark yes maybe if you can not wait and need a card now.
AMD are killing them in the CPU market
Hmmm
I'm not seeing a whole lot Nvidia Cpus , but maybe they are on secret sale somewhere ... ....
£200 , maybe £223 should be the max price for any gfx card, anything more is a waste.
Agree with you about general pricing, but that’s unfortunately the way it is unless someone new comes to the market with low prices.
You don’t always have to spend that much to upgrade. I went from a gtx 1070 (sold on eBay for £205) to an RX5700 (flashed to an XT) for less than £70 from Amazon marketplace (Sapphire Pulse for £271)
That £70 will last me 2-3 years. Next upgrade will prob cost me more tho.
It'll be a good day when we can finally wash our hands of NV'S series 20xx Eunuch's.
Edited by: "chaank" 23rd Feb
GAVINLEWISHUKD23/02/2020 00:48

You will be shaking your piggy bank trying to afford it! Lack of …You will be shaking your piggy bank trying to afford it! Lack of wafers=short supply=astronomical prices!


I hope I'm right, and the downward pricings of the 2080s etc "suggest" that "someone" thinks otherwise. I think the old 2080s are aligning themselves for the next gen big Navi and 3080s.
Let's hope!
620 quid will get you a lot more card when next gen is released this year. Buying a new card now is literally the worst thing you can do...
Weehamish23/02/2020 13:16

620 quid will get you a lot more card when next gen is released this year. …620 quid will get you a lot more card when next gen is released this year. Buying a new card now is literally the worst thing you can do...


Worse than killing some one or gambling all your money away or behaving badly at Bingo or becoming a drug addict? It's a poor decision but literally the worst thing you can do, nowhere near.
3070 with near 2080ti performance for 400 soon 🤑
fishmaster23/02/2020 14:56

Worse than killing some one or gambling all your money away or behaving …Worse than killing some one or gambling all your money away or behaving badly at Bingo or becoming a drug addict? It's a poor decision but literally the worst thing you can do, nowhere near.


Nope... spending 620 on a card when next gen us around the corner is the worst thing you can do... gamers dont gamble or go outside
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Keelan_23/02/2020 17:10

3070 with near 2080ti performance for 400 soon 🤑


I wouldn't bet anything on that.
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