GTX 1080 Mini ITX - £499.98 delivered @ Ebuyer
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GTX 1080 Mini ITX - £499.98 delivered @ Ebuyer

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Found 28th Apr
Excellent GPU for an ITX build. Reasonable price.
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I would wait with buying a gpu for now. Demand has dropped some 40% for factories, so the prices started dropping already. I suggest you wait 1-2 months, gpus should return to their rrp or very close
Also worth waiting a few more months as this might be on solids by then. Might sleep through the night too.
Edited by: "gazjon" 28th Apr
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I would wait with buying a gpu for now. Demand has dropped some 40% for factories, so the prices started dropping already. I suggest you wait 1-2 months, gpus should return to their rrp or very close
ThomasMatyus1 h, 15 m ago

I would wait with buying a gpu for now. Demand has dropped some 40% for …I would wait with buying a gpu for now. Demand has dropped some 40% for factories, so the prices started dropping already. I suggest you wait 1-2 months, gpus should return to their rrp or very close


I'd agree, also with new chipset (Volta) due around Q3 (Sept / Oct) might be another reason to hold off as prices may continue to drop.
Edited by: "Kermit2004" 28th Apr
Also worth waiting a few more months as this might be on solids by then. Might sleep through the night too.
Edited by: "gazjon" 28th Apr
I would love a mini 1080 TI so fingers crossed there might be some bargains later in the year
more and more listings for gpus on here recently. the drop is coming i'm sure
TheDodger41 m ago

more and more listings for gpus on here recently. the drop is coming i'm …more and more listings for gpus on here recently. the drop is coming i'm sure



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ThomasMatyus3 h, 0 m ago

I would wait with buying a gpu for now. Demand has dropped some 40% for …I would wait with buying a gpu for now. Demand has dropped some 40% for factories, so the prices started dropping already. I suggest you wait 1-2 months, gpus should return to their rrp or very close


has mining finally bit the dust yet?
£400 is the max I'd spend.

Also, the Bitcoin value has dropped quite a lot. Back in December it was worth close to £15k. Now, it's valued at just over £6.8k.
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Edited by: "CAL23" 28th Apr
Im quite new to the prospect of building a gaming PC. I have always played consoles and understand most concepts of the technology, but i am completely over-whelmed with the amount of stuff available on the market.

In the instance of this 1080mini, is there any performance compromise over a standard GTX 1080?

Apologies for the noob question
seanmccrory1 m ago

Im quite new to the prospect of building a gaming PC. I have always played …Im quite new to the prospect of building a gaming PC. I have always played consoles and understand most concepts of the technology, but i am completely over-whelmed with the amount of stuff available on the market.In the instance of this 1080mini, is there any performance compromise over a standard GTX 1080?Apologies for the noob question


No compromise, just smaller and the posibility of it being noisier due to more limited cooling. Thats all.
This price must be a joke. £500 for a mini 1080 is not hot whatsoever.

Full size 1080s are this price so you'd be crazy to buy a mini over full size unless of course as the op mentions your doing a mini atx build.
Edited by: "bbfb123" 28th Apr
bbfb1232 h, 51 m ago

This price must be a joke. £500 for a mini 1080 is not hot whatsoever.Full …This price must be a joke. £500 for a mini 1080 is not hot whatsoever.Full size 1080s are this price so you'd be crazy to buy a mini over full size unless of course as the op mentions your doing a mini atx build.


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for £8 more you can buy fullsize of Amazon, not really a steal is it.
Edited by: "deleted335097" 29th Apr
seanmccrory13 h, 27 m ago

Im quite new to the prospect of building a gaming PC. I have always played …Im quite new to the prospect of building a gaming PC. I have always played consoles and understand most concepts of the technology, but i am completely over-whelmed with the amount of stuff available on the market.In the instance of this 1080mini, is there any performance compromise over a standard GTX 1080?Apologies for the noob question


I've found smaller cards runs louder and hotter, which makes sense as it's only got one fan cooling the gpu as opposed to 2 or 3. Performance should be about the same, maybe slightly less if it throttles due to running a bit more toasty.
Even smallish ITX cases will often handle 230mm cards and many will take full size ones if the PSU size and cabling is kept within limits
Phantaks enchoo itx case will take a full length card . Waiting for the 1080 ti to drop , no hurry to finish the build
bbfb12314 h, 45 m ago

This price must be a joke. £500 for a mini 1080 is not hot whatsoever.Full …This price must be a joke. £500 for a mini 1080 is not hot whatsoever.Full size 1080s are this price so you'd be crazy to buy a mini over full size unless of course as the op mentions your doing a mini atx build.


Literally a pointless post. People only buy something is they have a need or desire for it...? Thanks for sharing this. Do you have another link where the 1080mini is cheaper?
Joehawkins60910 h, 6 m ago

I've found smaller cards runs louder and hotter, which makes sense as it's …I've found smaller cards runs louder and hotter, which makes sense as it's only got one fan cooling the gpu as opposed to 2 or 3. Performance should be about the same, maybe slightly less if it throttles due to running a bit more toasty.


Makes sense, cheers for that
Crumbz22 h, 16 m ago

Literally a pointless post. People only buy something is they have a need …Literally a pointless post. People only buy something is they have a need or desire for it...? Thanks for sharing this. Do you have another link where the 1080mini is cheaper?


Full size 1080s are £495 cheapest I can see.

My point is why would you (assuming you dont need a mini) buy a mini 1080 over a full size one that will run cooler and quieter for more money.
bbfb1231 h, 15 m ago

Full size 1080s are £495 cheapest I can see.My point is why would you …Full size 1080s are £495 cheapest I can see.My point is why would you (assuming you dont need a mini) buy a mini 1080 over a full size one that will run cooler and quieter for more money.


Because they want / need it.

No one is suggesting that you must buy this over something else. I get what your saying I just found the point moot.

Literally down to preference, or they need it, is the reason for almost everything.
So, the comments for a GPU are again "wait for..." the new model to come out, and/or, further price reductions... or a better aftermarket cooler... etc.

Well with that in mind I will once again put off upgrading my GeForce 256 as we move ever closer to that magical... "This is it Boys (and Girls)!! This is the GPU we have been waiting for all this time!!"

(whoa.. slow down there a moment Tonto... isn't there a new model coming out in a year of two after the soon to be released new model?)
I have a few older cases here that will not take the larger cards at all, in a really cramped case you can stop airflow too by putting in cards that are too large for the design. Some mini ITX design's are made so you can slot in large cards but it's usually not the way it is.

On top of that, if someone uses watercooling then the smaller card may be attractive (is there such a thing) for the overall design without having any impact on heat extraction.

Hopefully all the fools who thought they were making money mining coins have now come to know it was not profitable and we can see all the prices drop.
jcrider35 m ago

So, the comments for a GPU are again "wait for..." the new model to come …So, the comments for a GPU are again "wait for..." the new model to come out, and/or, further price reductions... or a better aftermarket cooler... etc.Well with that in mind I will once again put off upgrading my GeForce 256 as we move ever closer to that magical... "This is it Boys (and Girls)!! This is the GPU we have been waiting for all this time!!"(whoa.. slow down there a moment Tonto... isn't there a new model coming out in a year of two after the soon to be released new model?)



I don't think that's what people have been saying.
The markets have been broken for a while and cards have been prices sometimes double what the RRP is, and that's on cards that are now about three years old. There is something around the next corner, but usually when you go around a corner then it's a long way to the next corner, we passed the last corner over 3 years ago and a refresh is due. Mix that with the fact that mining is finally going down (for now) and there's obviously two shifts about to happen.

Nvidia GPU refresh is slated for Q3 this year (12nm -vs- 16nm) and once those start rolling out then (assuming the keep production of the 16nm 1070/1080's and 14nm 1050's up) then prices should drop hard for the "older" tech.

So unless you have money to burn (If you do, why are you here?) then don't buy today unless you must.
xyhz12345610 m ago

I don't think that's what people have been saying.The markets have been …I don't think that's what people have been saying.The markets have been broken for a while and cards have been prices sometimes double what the RRP is, and that's on cards that are now about three years old. There is something around the next corner, but usually when you go around a corner then it's a long way to the next corner, we passed the last corner over 3 years ago and a refresh is due. Mix that with the fact that mining is finally going down (for now) and there's obviously two shifts about to happen.Nvidia GPU refresh is slated for Q3 this year (12nm -vs- 16nm) and once those start rolling out then (assuming the keep production of the 16nm 1070/1080's and 14nm 1050's up) then prices should drop hard for the "older" tech.So unless you have money to burn (If you do, why are you here?) then don't buy today unless you must.


ah alas, as fine as all that is and fine though it is. There is a slew of 'wait' comments when it comes to GPU's.
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