Gigabyte GTX 1080 Windforce 8GB OC GDDR5X Graphics Card £479.99 @ Ebuyer
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Gigabyte GTX 1080 Windforce 8GB OC GDDR5X Graphics Card £479.99 @ Ebuyer

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Found 7th May
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Powered by GeForce® GTX 1080
Integrated with 8GB GDDR5X 256bit memory
WINDFORCE 3X with Blade Fan Design
Support up to 8K display @60Hz
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Boost: 1797 MHz / Base: 1657 MHz in OC mode
Boost: 1771 MHz / Base: 1632 MHz in Gaming mode
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revolver3115 m ago

Not a deal sorry 2 yr old and still over msrp/rrp, interesting what people …Not a deal sorry 2 yr old and still over msrp/rrp, interesting what people find a "deal" I'd call rip off esp. when just last week there was a 1080 at £430 and even that is overpriced but buying at these prices does help ngreedia continue to price gouge.


How on earth is this over the msrp/rrp? I remember these being £550 - £600 when they came out. This is a decent price for someone who NEEDS to upgrade. But the prices are coming down. I'll hold out.
same price on amazon if you dont like ebuyer
AadilF136 m ago

How on earth is this over the msrp/rrp? I remember these being £550 - £600 …How on earth is this over the msrp/rrp? I remember these being £550 - £600 when they came out. This is a decent price for someone who NEEDS to upgrade. But the prices are coming down. I'll hold out.


It isn't above MSRP/RRP, they're talking utter nonsense. Nvidia themselves sell the 1080 for £529, which by very definition must be the MSRP.

Whether buying a £480 1080 at this point in time is a sensible purchase is a whole different discussion...
Aye, will be sub £300 come autumn when next gen arrives just like the 980 did. Might even drop further if the 1160 performs.
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same price on amazon if you dont like ebuyer
I read few weeks ago the graphics card are going down like 40% they should go... and it looks was right
Aye, will be sub £300 come autumn when next gen arrives just like the 980 did. Might even drop further if the 1160 performs.
Not bad although this model does have annoying coil whine / rattle.

Source: myself own a launch model.
Not a deal sorry 2 yr old and still over msrp/rrp, interesting what people find a "deal" I'd call rip off esp. when just last week there was a 1080 at £430 and even that is overpriced but buying at these prices does help ngreedia continue to price gouge.
revolver3115 m ago

Not a deal sorry 2 yr old and still over msrp/rrp, interesting what people …Not a deal sorry 2 yr old and still over msrp/rrp, interesting what people find a "deal" I'd call rip off esp. when just last week there was a 1080 at £430 and even that is overpriced but buying at these prices does help ngreedia continue to price gouge.


How on earth is this over the msrp/rrp? I remember these being £550 - £600 when they came out. This is a decent price for someone who NEEDS to upgrade. But the prices are coming down. I'll hold out.
AadilF136 m ago

How on earth is this over the msrp/rrp? I remember these being £550 - £600 …How on earth is this over the msrp/rrp? I remember these being £550 - £600 when they came out. This is a decent price for someone who NEEDS to upgrade. But the prices are coming down. I'll hold out.


It isn't above MSRP/RRP, they're talking utter nonsense. Nvidia themselves sell the 1080 for £529, which by very definition must be the MSRP.

Whether buying a £480 1080 at this point in time is a sensible purchase is a whole different discussion...
$600 dollars u.s which in u.k money is £425 march 2016 + 20% tax that evens out around £500 and as we know board partners sold cheaper than that and that was before the price drop hit
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Look at the lowest price history for amazon
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Again a two year old card which is a basic refresh of Maxwell, you really should do your research before mouthing off but whatever justifys your purchase, also worth noticing is the 11 series is YET AGAIN just another refresh, quite the innovation going on at NVidia
but hey if you want to pay over the release price of the card it's your money, I'm not that stupid.
2yr old card 4yr old architecture about to be refreshed and price bumped again, lol you're your own worst enemy's sad thing is your taking the market with you by paying these obscene prices.

Gp100 = highend
Gp106 = budget
Gp104 = midrange at best


£500 lmao.
Edited by: "revolver31" 7th May
revolver3125 m ago

$600 dollars u.s which in u.k money is £425 march 2016 + 20% tax that …$600 dollars u.s which in u.k money is £425 march 2016 + 20% tax that evens out around £500 and as we know board partners sold cheaper than that and that was before the price drop hit https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Gigabyte-Nvidia-1080-GDDR5-PCI-/product/B01J66BMXC?context=search, https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Palit-GeForce-GDDR5X-Express-Graphics/product/B01N6WDT8V?context=searchLook at the lowest price history for amazon https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Zotac-NVIDIA-GeForce-1080-Graphics/product/B01NCVICRY?context=searchhttps://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/MSI-GeForce-GTX-1080-AERO/product/B01GELBQ7Y?context=searchAgain a two year old card which is a basic refresh of Maxwell, you really should do your research before mouthing off but whatever justifys your purchase, also worth noticing is the 11 series is YET AGAIN just another refresh, quite the innovation going on at NVidia but hey if you want to pay over the release price of the card it's your money, I'm not that stupid. 2yr old card 4yr old architecture about to be refreshed and price bumped again, lol you're your own worst enemy's sad thing is your taking the market with you by paying these obscene prices.Gp100 = highendGp106 = budgetGp104 = midrange at best £500 lmao.


Wow you gone into some detail there - utterly boring read though.
Edited by: "fattyuk" 7th May
revolver3123 m ago

$600 dollars u.s which in u.k money is £425 march 2016 + 20% tax that …$600 dollars u.s which in u.k money is £425 march 2016 + 20% tax that evens out around £500 and as we know board partners sold cheaper than that and that was before the price drop hit https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Gigabyte-Nvidia-1080-GDDR5-PCI-/product/B01J66BMXC?context=search, https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Palit-GeForce-GDDR5X-Express-Graphics/product/B01N6WDT8V?context=searchLook at the lowest price history for amazon https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Zotac-NVIDIA-GeForce-1080-Graphics/product/B01NCVICRY?context=searchhttps://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/MSI-GeForce-GTX-1080-AERO/product/B01GELBQ7Y?context=searchAgain a two year old card which is a basic refresh of Maxwell, you really should do your research before mouthing off but whatever justifys your purchase, also worth noticing is the 11 series is YET AGAIN just another refresh, quite the innovation going on at NVidia but hey if you want to pay over the release price of the card it's your money, I'm not that stupid. 2yr old card 4yr old architecture about to be refreshed and price bumped again, lol you're your own worst enemy's sad thing is your taking the market with you by paying these obscene prices.Gp100 = highendGp106 = budgetGp104 = midrange at best £500 lmao.



I dont get your points. this price is lower than all the launch price of the link you showed. which proof this price is lower than MRSP/RRP.

also who care its refreshed or what not, as long as there is a substantial performance(and price relative to performance) increase? 1070 is similar to 980TI in performance yet launch price is almost $300 cheaper. what are you even complaining about?
matt1011012 h, 8 m ago

It isn't above MSRP/RRP, they're talking utter nonsense. Nvidia themselves …It isn't above MSRP/RRP, they're talking utter nonsense. Nvidia themselves sell the 1080 for £529, which by very definition must be the MSRP. Whether buying a £480 1080 at this point in time is a sensible purchase is a whole different discussion...


Except that Nvidia WASN'T selling them at £529, it was just a bogus RRP £550 that they were throwing around to make the 1080 looked cheaper than in reality; all AIB cards were sold at average of £600~£630 at launch, and not to mention Nvidia had the nerve to release and brand their card reference (Titan) blower cooler as the glorified "Founder Edition adding a £100 premium tax selling at £650.

£550 launch price was a big fat lie to have the reviewers quoting that price for reviews and recommendation. £600+ for the 1080 was a joke considering it was suppose to be replacement of 980.

I remember I was looking at possibility of upgrading from my AMD 290x to the GTX 1080 before launch, but as soon as I saw the ridiculous price for the 1080 at launch, I gave Nvidia the middle finger and bought the Acer xr341ck 34" Ultra wide 75Hz Adaptive Sync monitor at £600 instead.
Edited by: "MarineRX179" 7th May
AadilF12 h, 58 m ago

How on earth is this over the msrp/rrp? I remember these being £550 - £600 …How on earth is this over the msrp/rrp? I remember these being £550 - £600 when they came out. This is a decent price for someone who NEEDS to upgrade. But the prices are coming down. I'll hold out.


In before the people that think we have time machines and go back in history and buy things at prices two / three years ago. Oh damn seems these people do have time machines after all and can go back in time to post before me ....
MarineRX17927 m ago

Except that Nvidia WASN'T selling them at £529, it was just a bogus RRP …Except that Nvidia WASN'T selling them at £529, it was just a bogus RRP £550 that they were throwing around to make the 1080 looked cheaper than in reality; all AIB cards were sold at average of £600~£630 at launch, and not to mention Nvidia had the nerve to release and brand their card reference (Titan) blower cooler as the glorified "Founder Edition adding a £100 premium tax selling at £650.£550 launch price was a big fat lie to have the reviewers quoting that price for reviews and recommendation. £600+ for the 1080 was a joke considering it was suppose to be replacement of 980. I remember I was looking at possibility of upgrading from my AMD 290x to the GTX 1080 before launch, but as soon as I saw the ridiculous price for the 1080 at launch, I gave Nvidia the middle finger and bought the Acer xr341ck 34" Ultra wide 75Hz Adaptive Sync monitor at £600 instead.

If you still have a 290x running at 3440x1440 and hitting 75fps then that is some insane 290x. I've got a 100hz 34" Samsung panel and my 1080ti can't even hold 100fps in some of the more demanding games. I had a 290x some years ago and it didn't like bf4 at 2560x1440, wouldn't maintain 60fps at high or above.
Edited by: "MysticalUndies" 7th May
sion222 h, 34 m ago

I dont get your points. this price is lower than all the launch price of …I dont get your points. this price is lower than all the launch price of the link you showed. which proof this price is lower than MRSP/RRP.also who care its refreshed or what not, as long as there is a substantial performance(and price relative to performance) increase? 1070 is similar to 980TI in performance yet launch price is almost $300 cheaper. what are you even complaining about?



The point is how can this be a deal when it costs the same or more than it did 2 yrs ago it is by definition NOT a deal, a 4 yrs old architecture 2yr old card sorry 25 months now selling at the same or more than its release of march 2016, how on earth can anybody think that's a deal? also you clearly didn't look hard enough the prices show far btr "deals" than this,

This price was what the 1080 sold for in the u.k. on amazon in march 2016 with aib cards, it then dropped in price around march april 2017 where you could pick cards up for £425-£450 now we are here april 2018 and sitting at £480 and THIS is regarded as a deal, please.

This must be a fanboy thing cause I find it hard that anybody looking properly could see this as a good thing? don't get me wrong there some morons in the world lazy one's at that, they really need to research b4 blabbing on forums etc. but google is right there, gpu's are way overpriced and it's a common talking piont how can this be so overlooked and ignored with so many people making excuses? its no wonder the prices keep going up when so many people think this is actually a good deal.
Edited by: "revolver31" 7th May
For the more more tech savvy and PC enthusiast of you out there. Just buy any good 1070 (non Ti model) and overclock that instead. Its cheaper that way and you can put that saving towards the next generation of cards that will be out soon.
If someone wants a certain level of graphics performance, and have the money, it makes no odds whatsoever how old the architecture is or what price it sold at in the past. This is a good price for a 1080 in the current climate (the one posted recently at a lower price was the mini version with less effective cooling), and there are no other options, other than waiting several months in the hope that the 11xx series work out cheaper. Prices have fallen, they won't necessarily keep falling - if the Ethereum price rises then miners will be buying them all up again. So it's a good deal in the current climate. I don't see why people need to be labelled as fanboys or morons for thinking so.
revolver3148 m ago

The point is how can this be a deal when it costs the same or more than it …The point is how can this be a deal when it costs the same or more than it did 2 yrs ago it is by definition NOT a deal, a 4 yrs old architecture 2yr old card sorry 25 months now selling at the same or more than its release of march 2016, how on earth can anybody think that's a deal? also you clearly didn't look hard enough the prices show far btr "deals" than this,This price was what the 1080 sold for in the u.k. on amazon in march 2016 with aib cards, it then dropped in price around march april 2017 where you could pick cards up for £425-£450 now we are here april 2018 and sitting at £480 and THIS is regarded as a deal, please.This must be a fanboy thing cause I find it hard that anybody looking properly could see this as a good thing? don't get me wrong there some morons in the world lazy one's at that, they really need to research b4 blabbing on forums etc. but google is right there, gpu's are way overpriced and it's a common talking piont how can this be so overlooked and ignored with so many people making excuses? its no wonder the prices keep going up when so many people think this is actually a good deal.


What do you reccomend for someone who wants 1080 performance now? A vega 64? How much are they?
i'm looking for graphics card for my first ever gaming PC build

will this card be future proof (3 years) for running games 1080p 60 fps on max settings?
MysticalUndies1 h, 2 m ago

What do you reccomend for someone who wants 1080 performance now? A vega …What do you reccomend for someone who wants 1080 performance now? A vega 64? How much are they?



It's nothing to do with the card, buy used there will be loads coming asics are here very soon gpu market will be flooded buy used get a btr price n stop giving NVidia money for old tech at high cost.
Just because "current climate" is bad doesn't mean you allow yourselves to get ripped off, keep buying at these prices and costs will never drop and anybody hoping for an 11 series are gonna get a shock because while people keep thinking it's to pay £500 for a midrange gpu NVidia will just increase prices even further.

2016 msrp $600
+$100 more for founders
My bet this time around $675 msrp with founders $750
$675 in todays uk money is £498+ %20 tax =£600 before price gouging for another refresh of a midrange card, awesome.
fattyuk4 h, 36 m ago

Wow you gone into some detail there - utterly boring read though.


He is fundamentally correct though, These ancient cards, and the even more archaic architecture should be half the price, and that's not even taking into account the ramp up in prices across the range; remember when xx60 and xx70 were low and mid range.

I paid £389 for 1070 way back when, and thought that was too much;

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got 1060 6GB @ £209.99, that was too much as well

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Edited by: "TacticalTimbo" 7th May
revolver3113 m ago

It's nothing to do with the card, buy used there will be loads coming …It's nothing to do with the card, buy used there will be loads coming asics are here very soon gpu market will be flooded buy used get a btr price n stop giving NVidia money for old tech at high cost.Just because "current climate" is bad doesn't mean you allow yourselves to get ripped off, keep buying at these prices and costs will never drop and anybody hoping for an 11 series are gonna get a shock because while people keep thinking it's to pay £500 for a midrange gpu NVidia will just increase prices even further.2016 msrp $600 +$100 more for foundersMy bet this time around $675 msrp with founders $750$675 in todays uk money is £498+ %20 tax =£600 before price gouging for another refresh of a midrange card, awesome.


The launch prices of the 11 series are already slated to be slightly higher than the 10 series launch prices. Pretty much a guarantee. Unfortunately people will pay it so nvidia are going to charge it. And when amd charge just as much, if not more for none competitive cards we are all stuck. I bought an MSI gaming Z for £470 this time last year and sold it for a measly £400 a few months later to get a ti. Wish I'd held onto it as it would have almost paid for my ti.
TacticalTimbo23 m ago

He is fundamentally correct though, These ancient cards, and the even more …He is fundamentally correct though, These ancient cards, and the even more archaic architecture should be half the price, and that's not even taking into account the ramp up in prices across the range; remember when xx60 and xx70 were low and mid range.I paid £389 for 1070 way back when, and thought that was too much;[Image] got 1060 6GB @ £209.99, that was too much as well[Image]


so you spent all that money on a 1060 and a 1070,

instead of a 1080?

fattyuk26 m ago

so you spent all that money on a 1060 and a 1070,instead of a 1080?


I wanted two systems in 2 places...
shoryuken1 h, 30 m ago

i'm looking for graphics card for my first ever gaming PC buildwill this …i'm looking for graphics card for my first ever gaming PC buildwill this card be future proof (3 years) for running games 1080p 60 fps on max settings?


Yeah should be more than enough.
shoryuken2 h, 42 m ago

i'm looking for graphics card for my first ever gaming PC buildwill this …i'm looking for graphics card for my first ever gaming PC buildwill this card be future proof (3 years) for running games 1080p 60 fps on max settings?



Seems a strange definition of future proof. In 3 years time I expect 4k to be the norm, making 1080p look as lame as SVGA does today.
scorcher33 m ago

Seems a strange definition of future proof. In 3 years time I expect 4k to …Seems a strange definition of future proof. In 3 years time I expect 4k to be the norm, making 1080p look as lame as SVGA does today.


hi

i totally get your POV, but i am not the "norm" nor do i follow trends or the "in thing"

to me 4k is the emperors new clothes, i cant see any major jump, yes HDR is good, but i am satisfied with 1080p,

im only buying a pc now because ps3 servers of dust 514 were shutdown in 2016, and the new game is due for release on pc in a few months, so im hoping that an i7 8700k and a gtx 1080 will see me out for the games lifecycle of maybe 3 years+

my console of choice is still a ps3 (bought solely for sf2 HD) and now i have the complete library of new & old school fighters and shmups to keep me going till im dead probably, around 150 games on HDD, non hacked ps3 because i like to play online and
shoryuken4 h, 47 m ago

hii totally get your POV, but i am not the "norm" nor do i follow trends …hii totally get your POV, but i am not the "norm" nor do i follow trends or the "in thing"to me 4k is the emperors new clothes, i cant see any major jump, yes HDR is good, but i am satisfied with 1080p,im only buying a pc now because ps3 servers of dust 514 were shutdown in 2016, and the new game is due for release on pc in a few months, so im hoping that an i7 8700k and a gtx 1080 will see me out for the games lifecycle of maybe 3 years+my console of choice is still a ps3 (bought solely for sf2 HD) and now i have the complete library of new & old school fighters and shmups to keep me going till im dead probably, around 150 games on HDD, non hacked ps3 because i like to play online and


Which is this new game that's coming out on PC that is related to Dust 514?
shoryuken10 h, 21 m ago

hii totally get your POV, but i am not the "norm" nor do i follow trends …hii totally get your POV, but i am not the "norm" nor do i follow trends or the "in thing"to me 4k is the emperors new clothes, i cant see any major jump, yes HDR is good, but i am satisfied with 1080p,im only buying a pc now because ps3 servers of dust 514 were shutdown in 2016, and the new game is due for release on pc in a few months, so im hoping that an i7 8700k and a gtx 1080 will see me out for the games lifecycle of maybe 3 years+my console of choice is still a ps3 (bought solely for sf2 HD) and now i have the complete library of new & old school fighters and shmups to keep me going till im dead probably, around 150 games on HDD, non hacked ps3 because i like to play online and

It all depends on screen size: 1080p looks good at 24", 1440p looks good at 27", 4K is probably suited to screens over 32"+. The big limitation is that 4K is limited to a max of 60Hz with current technology. What screen size is good for you depends on how close you intend to sit to it and how much of your field is filled at that distance. For me gaming at 100+Hz is the target, so 4K is not for me, nor worth the investment. 1440p and high refresh is still the sweet spot.
mrkhal1l5 h, 41 m ago

Which is this new game that's coming out on PC that is related to Dust 514?

It's known as project Nova for now, there have been a few updates on development over the last few fanfests of eve online, last month they said we will get something playable in months,

Go to dust 514's forums and it will redirect you to the discord, all the old vets are on there and even the devs.

And sign up on ccp's web site on the Project Nova section, as Rattati said they will use that for beta players
Got these at 400 in January!
theyre alright, not built even close to as good as EVGA tbh
rs_tigerblade1 h, 26 m ago

Got these at 400 in January!theyre alright, not built even close to as …Got these at 400 in January!theyre alright, not built even close to as good as EVGA tbh


1070's were not even 400 in January? Where did you get from?
shoryuken13 h, 9 m ago

It's known as project Nova for now, there have been a few updates on …It's known as project Nova for now, there have been a few updates on development over the last few fanfests of eve online, last month they said we will get something playable in months, Go to dust 514's forums and it will redirect you to the discord, all the old vets are on there and even the devs.And sign up on ccp's web site on the Project Nova section, as Rattati said they will use that for beta players


Thanks!
sambrown888th May

1070's were not even 400 in January? Where did you get from?


From ebuyer! I may have ordered them very late December and arrived early January. I admit I was lucky! But around that time I got some 1070s for around 380 aswell.
Great if you got one at the time, not great if you're buying now when the drop will be fairly big in coming months.

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shoryuken7th May

i'm looking for graphics card for my first ever gaming PC buildwill this …i'm looking for graphics card for my first ever gaming PC buildwill this card be future proof (3 years) for running games 1080p 60 fps on max settings?


You could alot more than that. 1080p and over 60fps like 120fps possible with max settings

You could even do 1440p at higher FPS at max settings for most games now and I'm pretty sure for the foreseeable future.

I've got a 980ti and I'm running 1080p at 60fps and max settings and it's not maxing out the GPU power.

If you get this card you won't be disappointed at 1080p 60fpg but I'd say maybe hit for higher like 1440p monitor because the card will do it, get the worth out of the card init.
Is this good for terraria in ultra?
I need one of these babies to run Madvr at highest setting with UHD 4K in my home cinema man cave
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