GTX 1080 Ti - £679 @ Geforce
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GTX 1080 Ti - £679 @ Geforce

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Found 30th Jan
Not really a deal but a normal-priced GPU on geforce.co.uk website. Stock turns up every week, I've noticed.

Limit is 2 GPUs per customer.
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robodan9181 m ago

OOSalso why is this a deal? I got a few GTX 1080 TI Gaming OC cards from …OOSalso why is this a deal? I got a few GTX 1080 TI Gaming OC cards from Amazon.fr for 700Euro / 600GBP last week


Cheers for sharing
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OOS. Great price though.
Already gone
I've managed to buy one today
Keep monitoring the website if you want one, they pop up every week or so.

Price doesn't change.
Bartek_Mazurek6 m ago

I've managed to buy one today Keep monitoring the website if you want …I've managed to buy one today Keep monitoring the website if you want one, they pop up every week or so. Price doesn't change.


You got in at just the right time. I checked about 7.30-8 this morning and no stock. So jealous!
OOS

also why is this a deal? I got a few GTX 1080 TI Gaming OC cards from Amazon.fr for 700Euro / 600GBP last week
robodan9181 m ago

OOSalso why is this a deal? I got a few GTX 1080 TI Gaming OC cards from …OOSalso why is this a deal? I got a few GTX 1080 TI Gaming OC cards from Amazon.fr for 700Euro / 600GBP last week


Cheers for sharing
robodan9182 m ago

OOSalso why is this a deal? I got a few GTX 1080 TI Gaming OC cards from …OOSalso why is this a deal? I got a few GTX 1080 TI Gaming OC cards from Amazon.fr for 700Euro / 600GBP last week


Everywhere else in the UK they go for about £820, so here it's a deal.
Still shows as 'in stock' after refresh!

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Luck...doesn't here
yezior1 h, 6 m ago

Still shows as 'in stock' after refresh![Image]


Try ctrl+F5 or shift +F5 for a proper non-cached refresh.
Nope still oos unfortunately
This is hotukdeals not hotuknotreallydeals
Oos
ahenners1 h, 19 m ago

This is hotukdeals not hotuknotreallydeals



HotUKRetailPrice

Same goes for all the SNES Mini deals, above retail price.
What PSU power connectors would this require?
stec771 m ago

What PSU power connectors would this require?


6+8pin pcie from a good psu
I think I’ve chosen the worst possible time to build a new PC. Got everything apart from the RAM and GPU. Prices are crazy on GPU’s and OOS all over. Crypto mining
Baz19864 m ago

I think I’ve chosen the worst possible time to build a new PC. Got e …I think I’ve chosen the worst possible time to build a new PC. Got everything apart from the RAM and GPU. Prices are crazy on GPU’s and OOS all over. Crypto mining



What GPU are you after? Have you considered a used one?
Baz198630th Jan

I think I’ve chosen the worst possible time to build a new PC. Got e …I think I’ve chosen the worst possible time to build a new PC. Got everything apart from the RAM and GPU. Prices are crazy on GPU’s and OOS all over. Crypto mining


No great options available unless you pay over the odds. One rogue option is the 1050 Ti 4GB for ~140. You could mine on it whilst not gaming and it will pay for itself within 7 months or so. At any point between now & reasonable prices you could probably sell it for roughly what you bought it for! Not good I know, but better than waiting for something to come into stock. The other option is buy a over priced card, mine on that to pay it off. A 1080 Ti will make you roughly 1500USD in a year so pays for itself pretty quickly. I've been using a website called nowinstock to find cards coming back into pre-order stock, might help. Good luck!
7 months! Crypto currency will be illegal by then at the going rate. Should be now really.
ollie8730 m ago

What GPU are you after? Have you considered a used one?


I've gone all out on this build considering I built my last rig in 2005! So wanted the best. I'm after a 1080ti FTW3. Been buying bits at a time. Thought I'd leave the GPU till last. Big mistake, should have got that first!
intercake24 m ago

No great options available unless you pay over the odds. One rogue option …No great options available unless you pay over the odds. One rogue option is the 1050 Ti 4GB for ~140. You could mine on it whilst not gaming and it will pay for itself within 7 months or so. At any point between now & reasonable prices you could probably sell it for roughly what you bought it for! Not good I know, but better than waiting for something to come into stock. The other option is buy a over priced card, mine on that to pay it off. A 1080 Ti will make you roughly 1500USD in a year so pays for itself pretty quickly. I've been using a website called nowinstock to find cards coming back into pre-order stock, might help. Good luck!


Yeah. It's a bit hypocritical for me to be moaning about it and then joining the ranks of miners but this might be my only option to claw some cash back if I go for a 1080ti. Viscous circle I guess. I've seen NiceHash being discussed on reddit in a few of the threads on the price issues. This what you use?

I'm on that nowinstock site right now. Cheers for that. What would you say is a "reasonable" price for a 1080ti in these times? Taking everything into consideration of course, I'm well aware I'll be paying over the odds.
Baz198610 m ago

I've gone all out on this build considering I built my last rig in 2005! …I've gone all out on this build considering I built my last rig in 2005! So wanted the best. I'm after a 1080ti FTW3. Been buying bits at a time. Thought I'd leave the GPU till last. Big mistake, should have got that first!



Okay, well in that case your best option would be to buy directly from EVGA.
spending a fortune (relatively) to inflate a speculative bubble even further.... each to their own I suppose.
ollie8712 m ago

Okay, well in that case your best option would be to buy directly from …Okay, well in that case your best option would be to buy directly from EVGA.


Thanks for this. Didn't know you could buy direct. Have set a few stock alerts up.
Wow. I paid £650 for my Palit Gamerock 1080TI. Even direct from Nvidia these GPUs are expensive... 2nd hand 1080TIs are going for enarly a grand on Ebay. It's insane...
If you're committed to buying one it's worth checking often as these get restocked and then sell out very quickly afterwards.
faster423353 m ago

7 months! Crypto currency will be illegal by then at the going rate. …7 months! Crypto currency will be illegal by then at the going rate. Should be now really.


Why do you reckon they should be illegal?
Helisexual_20 m ago

Wow. I paid £650 for my Palit Gamerock 1080TI. Even direct from Nvidia …Wow. I paid £650 for my Palit Gamerock 1080TI. Even direct from Nvidia these GPUs are expensive... 2nd hand 1080TIs are going for enarly a grand on Ebay. It's insane...


TIL I could make a profit on my 1080Ti
Baz198640 m ago

Thanks for this. Didn't know you could buy direct. Have set a few stock …Thanks for this. Didn't know you could buy direct. Have set a few stock alerts up.


Not great, but Novatech have the 1080ti at £670+, just awaiting stock: novatech.co.uk/pro…o=1
homerj197716 m ago

Not great, but Novatech have the 1080ti at £670+, just awaiting stock: …Not great, but Novatech have the 1080ti at £670+, just awaiting stock: https://www.novatech.co.uk/products/components/nvidiageforcegraphicscards/nvidiagtx1080tiseries/?o=1


Thanks. Appreciate it. Not heard of these guys before. Are Novatech, in your experience, reliable?
Baz19861 m ago

Thanks. Appreciate it. Not heard of these guys before. Are Novatech, in …Thanks. Appreciate it. Not heard of these guys before. Are Novatech, in your experience, reliable?


Yep, excellent company. Usually on the more expensive side, but they seem a little slow raising their GPU prices like everyone else
Baz19862 m ago

Thanks. Appreciate it. Not heard of these guys before. Are Novatech, in …Thanks. Appreciate it. Not heard of these guys before. Are Novatech, in your experience, reliable?


Very much so. They are fairly local to me and I've been to their store a few times and bought pieces.
But also they supply a lot of the schools I work with too. Fairly large private company and only had good experiences.
I think 700 for a 1080 Ti is a good price. I've two of the Zotac 1070 Ti's and they really are quite excellent. No bells and whistles, but for solid, quiet and relatively cool cards they've proven to be great so far. I'd echo the recommendations of Novatech, although they admit they are operating very slowly currently.

I'd recommend mining to anyone, even users with a single card. It's a fun hobby, you learn about economics, overclocking, electronics and you can make a little money. It's caused problems, certainly, but the blame really has to be with suppliers for the lack of available stock. They've been aware enough to make specialist cards, add dual BIOS, larger fans, lower power etc.. but not been able to make enough? It doesn't quite add up to me.

NiceHash is certainly a good way to start. I casually mine Zcash (ZEC) and use EWBF miner. There are lots of good resources for configuration and there's good communities to get involved with.

I'm happy to help anyone if they want to know more, but I'm by no means a specialist.
Baz19861 h, 17 m ago

Thanks for this. Didn't know you could buy direct. Have set a few stock …Thanks for this. Didn't know you could buy direct. Have set a few stock alerts up.


I get stock alerts and still they are sold out before I get there
Canali4448 m ago

I get stock alerts and still they are sold out before I get there


Uh oh. Fingers crossed then! How often does new stock appear? Is it like an every few weeks type thing or every few days? Got one set up on the 1080ti FTW3.
intercake1 h, 45 m ago

I think 700 for a 1080 Ti is a good price. I've two of the Zotac 1070 Ti's …I think 700 for a 1080 Ti is a good price. I've two of the Zotac 1070 Ti's and they really are quite excellent. No bells and whistles, but for solid, quiet and relatively cool cards they've proven to be great so far. I'd echo the recommendations of Novatech, although they admit they are operating very slowly currently.I'd recommend mining to anyone, even users with a single card. It's a fun hobby, you learn about economics, overclocking, electronics and you can make a little money. It's caused problems, certainly, but the blame really has to be with suppliers for the lack of available stock. They've been aware enough to make specialist cards, add dual BIOS, larger fans, lower power etc.. but not been able to make enough? It doesn't quite add up to me.NiceHash is certainly a good way to start. I casually mine Zcash (ZEC) and use EWBF miner. There are lots of good resources for configuration and there's good communities to get involved with.I'm happy to help anyone if they want to know more, but I'm by no means a specialist.


Awesome Miner here with Mining Pool Hub, found profits marginally better there. Agree with what you've said though, easy money and good fun too.
intercake2 h, 33 m ago

I think 700 for a 1080 Ti is a good price. I've two of the Zotac 1070 Ti's …I think 700 for a 1080 Ti is a good price. I've two of the Zotac 1070 Ti's and they really are quite excellent. No bells and whistles, but for solid, quiet and relatively cool cards they've proven to be great so far. I'd echo the recommendations of Novatech, although they admit they are operating very slowly currently.I'd recommend mining to anyone, even users with a single card. It's a fun hobby, you learn about economics, overclocking, electronics and you can make a little money. It's caused problems, certainly, but the blame really has to be with suppliers for the lack of available stock. They've been aware enough to make specialist cards, add dual BIOS, larger fans, lower power etc.. but not been able to make enough? It doesn't quite add up to me.NiceHash is certainly a good way to start. I casually mine Zcash (ZEC) and use EWBF miner. There are lots of good resources for configuration and there's good communities to get involved with.I'm happy to help anyone if they want to know more, but I'm by no means a specialist.


I'm trying to get into crypto mining and maybe investment. I've been looking to buy a graphics card for this but I'm not sure where to start. I thought I've read that DDR 5 not the X is better. I'm not sure where to start? Do you have any forums to check?

At the moment I've got a gtx660 to that I thought couldn't be used for mining. I previously was looking at £300 ish and was looking at cex but when I mentioned that on here a poster said they wouldn't touch a used card for mining so it made me reconsider and exclude cex from my options despite them offering a two year warranty ( I've not used this warranty before so I don't know how reliable it would be).

So excluding cex and used cards I'm considering buying new although finding stock is difficult especially for a good price. And this also pushes up the cost in terms of the quality of the card although in a way it is an investment.

So what would you recommend card wise and for research about mining? I've been to groups but they seem more geared towards the block chain rather than mining. I've also been looking on YouTube but if anything that's putting me off mining and cyrpto currency.

I'm also thinking I'm to late to the party and that I've missed the boat.
stec7728 m ago

I'm trying to get into crypto mining and maybe investment. I've been …I'm trying to get into crypto mining and maybe investment. I've been looking to buy a graphics card for this but I'm not sure where to start. I thought I've read that DDR 5 not the X is better. I'm not sure where to start? Do you have any forums to check?At the moment I've got a gtx660 to that I thought couldn't be used for mining. I previously was looking at £300 ish and was looking at cex but when I mentioned that on here a poster said they wouldn't touch a used card for mining so it made me reconsider and exclude cex from my options despite them offering a two year warranty ( I've not used this warranty before so I don't know how reliable it would be).So excluding cex and used cards I'm considering buying new although finding stock is difficult especially for a good price. And this also pushes up the cost in terms of the quality of the card although in a way it is an investment.So what would you recommend card wise and for research about mining? I've been to groups but they seem more geared towards the block chain rather than mining. I've also been looking on YouTube but if anything that's putting me off mining and cyrpto currency.I'm also thinking I'm to late to the party and that I've missed the boat.


First off, you haven't missed the boat, the market is in a lull right now so profits aren't as great as they were a month ago for example, but things change very quickly in crypto.

GDDR5 is the better option because of latency, with the exception of the 1080 TI, which just powers through regardless!

Personally, I'd say try to start with GTX 1070s. RX 480 and RX 580 provide a better return on investment (how quickly you get your money back) but generally use more power, run hotter, and resale value holds better with Nvidia. Up to you though, plenty will offer opposite opinion on that.

Look up gpumining on Reddit, they're useful. Also UFD on YouTube is good, if not a little too squeaky.

Good luck, it's a good hobby, and very addictive.
Avoid Novatech.

I’ve preordered a 1080ti from the only to receive this email after asking for the price to be reduced to the slightly lower price over the weekend


“Thanks for getting in touch with us. I have spoken with our Purchasing Team this morning who have advised that the cost price for these cards has since increased. There is no current ETA from our suppliers but it seems that when the cards are in stock the price on your order will be increased. We can only confirm what the price will be once the cards are in stock with us.”

This looks like they will increase the price when they become available. I only inquired if I could have my pre-order dropped to the lower price of £651.56 from the original price I then asked if this was allowed and had a reply “

“Our Purchasing Team have confirmed that this is correct I’m afraid. There is a worldwide shortage on these cards at the moment and because of this the cost price has risen considerably, we cannot therefore guarantee any earlier prices. We will try to keep the prices as near to the original price as possible however until we have received stock we cannot confirm the exact price. “ Not sure whats best now
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