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Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 1080 GDDR5 8GB OC £458.97 @ Amazon
Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 1080 GDDR5 8GB OC £458.97 @ Amazon

Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 1080 GDDR5 8GB OC £458.97 @ Amazon

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Very good graphics card for the price

Can pretty much handle everything, Factory OC as well, 2 left at time of posting with more on the way, hopefully someone from HotukDeals could snatch them up.

[Update] stock is now run out, however you can still pre-order at the same price with more due to be instock tomorrow.
Edited by: "Wolfey"

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Probably a decent price for a 1080 given the state of the GPU market at the moment but with vega due Monday I wouldn't buy right now.

Have some heat though
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Probably a decent price for a 1080 given the state of the GPU market at the moment but with vega due Monday I wouldn't buy right now.

Have some heat though

great price.. cheapest its every been according to 3xcamels

I would also wait for Vega 64 which is expected to provide 1080 performance at 1070 prices.

Gormond9 m ago

I would also wait for Vega 64 which is expected to provide 1080 …I would also wait for Vega 64 which is expected to provide 1080 performance at 1070 prices.




I doubt it. Looking to be 1080 performance for 1080ti prices if the retailers add mining tax. We see come Monday.

Gormond41 m ago

I would also wait for Vega 64 which is expected to provide 1080 …I would also wait for Vega 64 which is expected to provide 1080 performance at 1070 prices.

The vega 56 is going to be around 499 dollars that's minus tax which they don't have included in their prices (£499) said to be a 1070 competitor and the 64 priced at 599 dollars (£600) - 1080/ti competitor that's before the mining community buy them all and rise prices, also when has a gpu ever released and actually been RRP

Add in the 300w TDP vs 180w of the 1080, nvidia still will perform better per watt

All speculation until there's hard evidence and reviews though
Edited by: "Joehawkins609" 12th Aug

458.. I'll stick to my 940 -_- #casualgamer voted HOT anyway

Joehawkins6092 h, 0 m ago

The vega 56 is going to be around 499 dollars that's minus tax which they …The vega 56 is going to be around 499 dollars that's minus tax which they don't have included in their prices (£499) said to be a 1070 competitor and the 64 priced at 599 dollars (£600) - 1080/ti competitor that's before the mining community buy them all and rise prices, also when has a gpu ever released and actually been RRP Add in the 300w TDP vs 180w of the 1080, nvidia still will perform better per watt All speculation until there's hard evidence and reviews though

In fairness I don't even want a vega, I'm just hoping it is enough to drop the 1080ti prices to a more sensible level as I missed the price drops at Amazon a few weeks ago and refuse to pay around £170 more for the card I want.

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Just to add deal is still up, you need to pre-order it from amazon in stock tomorrow

Soon.......

Now says "Back-ordered. Due in stock August 20 -- order now to reserve yours " but still available to order.
If on the fence... I'd say order one now while you can at that price in case Vega is a flop and the nVidia cards shoot back up in price ;p

Gives you 8 days to wait and see what happens before deciding to keep or cancel your pre-order
Edited by: "Zen1984" 12th Aug

Then you will be waiting a very long time.

The benchmarks that are out there show it close to a GTX 1080 only in very tightly controlled conditions on one game and they were also Vega FE cards on a workbench vs an out of the box GTX 1080 PC and not the consumer RX cards.

I'm all for comparisons but in reality Vega is a GTX 1070 sweet spot price/performance. If you want serious gamer performance then its plus ça change and a GTX 1080ti or Titan if you have the greenbacks.

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My advice for those waiting for vega is order now at this price and cancel the order should Vega turn out to be a huge success.

31680267-hmGD5.jpgWill this work with this?:)

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dutis181 h, 37 m ago

[Image] Will this work with this?:)


Yup if you have PCI-Express x16

dutis184 h, 13 m ago

[Image] Will this work with this?:)




Yep, my motherboard is older than yours and my GTX 1080 works fine in it.

When they get more stock it will jump up in price btw, this is what Amazon does, I had my eyes on a MSi GTX 1080 or the EVGA FTW one, you can order the item at the current price while out of stock, which is what I did but when it comes back into stock and jumps up to £600 (I'm seriously not kidding, happened to both cards) they won't send you one because you don't pay for an item till it's already in your hands, sorry everyone but no one will be getting one of these for £460, it will probably jump up to £560-600. The MSi one was £430 and was £599 as soon as it came back into stock, I had it "preordered" for 2 weeks, what they do is just send you an email saying it's been unexpectedly delayed over and over etc

krullex2 h, 46 m ago

When they get more stock it will jump up in price btw, this is what Amazon …When they get more stock it will jump up in price btw, this is what Amazon does, I had my eyes on a MSi GTX 1080 or the EVGA FTW one, you can order the item at the current price while out of stock, which is what I did but when it comes back into stock and jumps up to £600 (I'm seriously not kidding, happened to both cards) they won't send you one because you don't pay for an item till it's already in your hands, sorry everyone but no one will be getting one of these for £460, it will probably jump up to £560-600. The MSi one was £430 and was £599 as soon as it came back into stock, I had it "preordered" for 2 weeks, what they do is just send you an email saying it's been unexpectedly delayed over and over etc

With Amazon I've always paid the price I've ordered at when the product isn't in stock. I've never had them change it to the price it changes to when it's in stock.

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krullex3 h, 56 m ago

When they get more stock it will jump up in price btw, this is what Amazon …When they get more stock it will jump up in price btw, this is what Amazon does, I had my eyes on a MSi GTX 1080 or the EVGA FTW one, you can order the item at the current price while out of stock, which is what I did but when it comes back into stock and jumps up to £600 (I'm seriously not kidding, happened to both cards) they won't send you one because you don't pay for an item till it's already in your hands, sorry everyone but no one will be getting one of these for £460, it will probably jump up to £560-600. The MSi one was £430 and was £599 as soon as it came back into stock, I had it "preordered" for 2 weeks, what they do is just send you an email saying it's been unexpectedly delayed over and over etc


I have to say that has never happened to me.

Amazon have a pre-order price guarantee, that as long as it is not a mis-price, they will honor the lowest price during pre-order period.

amazon.co.uk/gp/…060

Joehawkins60912th Aug

The vega 56 is going to be around 499 dollars that's minus tax which they …The vega 56 is going to be around 499 dollars that's minus tax which they don't have included in their prices (£499) said to be a 1070 competitor and the 64 priced at 599 dollars (£600) - 1080/ti competitor that's before the mining community buy them all and rise prices, also when has a gpu ever released and actually been RRP Add in the 300w TDP vs 180w of the 1080, nvidia still will perform better per watt All speculation until there's hard evidence and reviews though


AMD announced the prices a couple of weeks ago:


Radeon RXVega64 will have an MSRP of US$499 and Radeon RXVega56 will be priced at US$399.

Wolfey12th Aug

My advice for those waiting for vega is order now at this price and cancel …My advice for those waiting for vega is order now at this price and cancel the order should Vega turn out to be a huge success.


Unless there Vega has got some tricks up its sleeve, it think this 1080 is a good buy. If vega 64 will compete with 1080, then its a real no-brainer really - cheaper card with similar performance and 100W less power draw.

You may wanna cancel your order and redo it since it's expected to arrive earlier now!

wccftech.com/amd…ak/

Anyone waiting for the Vega 64 might as well buy a GTX 1080. Shocking power consumption and fails to beat a 15 month old card.

MysticalUndies14th Aug

http://wccftech.com/amd-radeon-rx-vega-64-review-leak/Anyone waiting for …http://wccftech.com/amd-radeon-rx-vega-64-review-leak/Anyone waiting for the Vega 64 might as well buy a GTX 1080. Shocking power consumption and fails to beat a 15 month old card.


Wow, talk about an over-hyped release
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