INNO3D GEFORCE GTX 1080TI ICHILL X3 ULTRA at Overclockers for £749.99
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INNO3D GEFORCE GTX 1080TI ICHILL X3 ULTRA at Overclockers for £749.99

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Found 25th Mar
Price on cards are crazy right now this is the cheapest well spec'd card I could find
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The iphone 16 and Samsung galaxy s40 are also out soon dont buy tech - wait for the next gen
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1180 due to be announced soon. Although probably not gonna be as powerful as the 1080ti, itil upset the market price. Probably worth holding off until then
The iphone 16 and Samsung galaxy s40 are also out soon dont buy tech - wait for the next gen
lintonfindlay199211 m ago

1180 due to be announced soon. Although probably not gonna be as powerful …1180 due to be announced soon. Although probably not gonna be as powerful as the 1080ti, itil upset the market price. Probably worth holding off until then


Got delayed until at least July and is due to be priced at TI prices like the original 1080 when launched.
MysticalUndies40 m ago

Got delayed until at least July and is due to be priced at TI prices like …Got delayed until at least July and is due to be priced at TI prices like the original 1080 when launched.


and will no doubt be in short supply thanks to miners and memory shortages. Dunno why ppl are thinking next gen will be a silver bullet that will fix everything wrong with the GPU market, it won't. The 1070TI came out when prices were crazy too and it made absolutely zero difference, in fact it's one of the worst priced GPUs out there, VEGA excluded, often going for more than a full fat 1080.

Nvidia and AMD need to get their act together and start releasing the cards in decent numbers, this gen, next gen, anything, just put some product on the market ffs.

I know there are shortages (memory) but despite that you can still buy consoles and smart phones at sensible prices and in plentiful supply, it's just GPUs (and PC building in general i.e. DDR4 pricing) aren't getting priority for the parts that are out there. Maybe AMD are too small in the scheme of things but Nvidia are a big enough player I'm sure they could get more GPUs out there if they REALLY wanted that to happen...
Edited by: "ST3123" 25th Mar
marathonic25th Mar

The iphone 16 and Samsung galaxy s40 are also out soon dont buy tech - …The iphone 16 and Samsung galaxy s40 are also out soon dont buy tech - wait for the next gen


My point is, that people buying this card are obviously buying it because it’s the best on the market (bar the Titan series). If you’re spending £750-£1000 on a card, you’d want the best. For the sake of a couple of months, for what is frankly a none urgent purchase, why not wait and either get some thing better or this cheaper
lintonfindlay199229 m ago

My point is, that people buying this card are obviously buying it because …My point is, that people buying this card are obviously buying it because it’s the best on the market (bar the Titan series). If you’re spending £750-£1000 on a card, you’d want the best. For the sake of a couple of months, for what is frankly a none urgent purchase, why not wait and either get some thing better or this cheaper


And you could same the exact same thing when the new cards are released.
fattyuk8 m ago

And you could same the exact same thing when the new cards are released.


Not really, as it will be 18 to 24 months until the next next-gen are then likely to appear (or even longer.....).

His point is a very valid one.

I'm personally holding off just wish they would hurry up already
ST31231 h, 35 m ago

and will no doubt be in short supply thanks to miners and memory …and will no doubt be in short supply thanks to miners and memory shortages. Dunno why ppl are thinking next gen will be a silver bullet that will fix everything wrong with the GPU market, it won't. The 1070TI came out when prices were crazy too and it made absolutely zero difference, in fact it's one of the worst priced GPUs out there, VEGA excluded, often going for more than a full fat 1080. Nvidia and AMD need to get their act together and start releasing the cards in decent numbers, this gen, next gen, anything, just put some product on the market ffs. I know there are shortages (memory) but despite that you can still buy consoles and smart phones at sensible prices and in plentiful supply, it's just GPUs (and PC building in general i.e. DDR4 pricing) aren't getting priority for the parts that are out there. Maybe AMD are too small in the scheme of things but Nvidia are a big enough player I'm sure they could get more GPUs out there if they REALLY wanted that to happen...


I agree. Next gen will solve nothing and AI / Mining demand isn't going away.

Tom's Hardware Gtx 2080 concerns
I've got the cash but I'm stuck waiting for a 8 core cannon lake and slightly cheap ddr4. Would love a 1080ti but worried it's a bit late in the day and would annoy me if the 1160/2060 could do VR better.
I'd be giving crypto land a week to decide bull or bear.
But that's just me.
This price is decent 🔥 added
Edited by: "NitrousX123" 25th Mar
kester762 h, 26 m ago

I've got the cash but I'm stuck waiting for a 8 core cannon lake and …I've got the cash but I'm stuck waiting for a 8 core cannon lake and slightly cheap ddr4. Would love a 1080ti but worried it's a bit late in the day and would annoy me if the 1160/2060 could do VR better.


Next gen 1160/2060 definitely isn’t gonna be 1080ti Power

980ti is much better than the 1060 6gb
ST31236 h, 49 m ago

Nvidia and AMD need to get their act together and start releasing the …Nvidia and AMD need to get their act together and start releasing the cards in decent numbers, this gen, next gen, anything, just put some product on the market ffs. I know there are shortages (memory) but despite that you can still buy consoles and smart phones at sensible prices and in plentiful supply, it's just GPUs (and PC building in general i.e. DDR4 pricing) aren't getting priority for the parts that are out there. Maybe AMD are too small in the scheme of things but Nvidia are a big enough player I'm sure they could get more GPUs out there if they REALLY wanted that to happen...


Easy to say, but you don't have to worry about what happens if they ramp up production at large cost, then mining crashes and leads to a huge number of powerful second hand cards on the market for much less than what a new card costs.
Ashe22 m ago

Easy to say, but you don't have to worry about what happens if they ramp …Easy to say, but you don't have to worry about what happens if they ramp up production at large cost, then mining crashes and leads to a huge number of powerful second hand cards on the market for much less than what a new card costs.


Think by now we can all assume, aside from major financial crash or it being outlawed or such, mining is around to stay, been around for years now, has it's ups and downs but probably isn't just going to go just away. Don't see what is so bad about a company that exists to sell it's product being able to produce more of its product to sell? The demand is blatantly there, has been for years now.

If the demand ever goes it will be AMD and Nvidia's lack of action turning all the gamers that aren't millionaires to consoles. I just got a One X the other day and I can't believe the performance that small, virtually silent box provides, it obliterates my still very good PC. If these pricing issues aren't sorted soon PC gaming will be headed back to the dark ages of it's early years as a minority elite pursuit while most everyone else just uses a console, hope that doesn't happen...
bluecityste6 h, 40 m ago

Not really, as it will be 18 to 24 months until the next next-gen are then …Not really, as it will be 18 to 24 months until the next next-gen are then likely to appear (or even longer.....).His point is a very valid one.I'm personally holding off just wish they would hurry up already


It will be sooner as they will likely bring out the 1180 Ti shortly after the 1180.

Also the 1180 is likely to be this price at launch and the about the same speed.
Edited by: "Gormond" 25th Mar
benjyFJH25th Mar

Next gen 1160/2060 definitely isn’t gonna be 1080ti Power 980ti is much b …Next gen 1160/2060 definitely isn’t gonna be 1080ti Power 980ti is much better than the 1060 6gb


I know but I'd rather have two 1160s than a 1080ti. I've 3x 1080p 60Hz monitors and a VR headset and with advances in VR tech won't need a more powerful card. Also advances in DirectX 12 hopefully will do away with the need for a SLI connection. I'm not interested in 4k but would like to have more monitors for vertical text such as magazines.

I know it sounds daft but beyond VR I'm not really interested in a more powerful card.
Hahahahahah.

And hahahahah.
ST312356 m ago

Think by now we can all assume, aside from major financial crash or it …Think by now we can all assume, aside from major financial crash or it being outlawed or such, mining is around to stay, been around for years now, has it's ups and downs but probably isn't just going to go just away. Don't see what is so bad about a company that exists to sell it's product being able to produce more of its product to sell? The demand is blatantly there, has been for years now. If the demand ever goes it will be AMD and Nvidia's lack of action turning all the gamers that aren't millionaires to consoles. I just got a One X the other day and I can't believe the performance that small, virtually silent box provides, it obliterates my still very good PC. If these pricing issues aren't sorted soon PC gaming will be headed back to the dark ages of it's early years as a minority elite pursuit while most everyone else just uses a console, hope that doesn't happen...

I don't think it's safe to assume anything - if the value of a GPU minable cryptocurrency can go up 3000% in a year, it can also go down 3000% in a year, if not worse. In which case what I said would very much apply - numerous second-hand powerful GPU's available cheaply. Why would they risk increasing production capability for extra demand which could easily go away and hurt them in the long-term?
Ashe20 m ago

I don't think it's safe to assume anything - if the value of a GPU minable …I don't think it's safe to assume anything - if the value of a GPU minable cryptocurrency can go up 3000% in a year, it can also go down 3000% in a year, if not worse. In which case what I said would very much apply - numerous second-hand powerful GPU's available cheaply. Why would they risk increasing production capability for extra demand which could easily go away and hurt them in the long-term?


There'll always be miners ready to jump in. If a bunch abandon it, difficulty goes down and profitability returns no matter what the price.

The biggie is Ethereum going non mineable, but that's looking more distant by the day and miners may switch seamlessly to other coins.
Ashe27 m ago

I don't think it's safe to assume anything - if the value of a GPU minable …I don't think it's safe to assume anything - if the value of a GPU minable cryptocurrency can go up 3000% in a year, it can also go down 3000% in a year, if not worse. In which case what I said would very much apply - numerous second-hand powerful GPU's available cheaply. Why would they risk increasing production capability for extra demand which could easily go away and hurt them in the long-term?


Maintain some rapidly decreasing customer good will perhaps? By failing to supply GPUs and letting price gouging run rampant, they are treating loyal customers like crap. Amazed how many fervently PC gamers defend the lack of supply, but the longer it goes on for the more will jump ship to consoles, or just give up on playing AAA games on PC neither of which is a good sign...
Balfington19 m ago

There'll always be miners ready to jump in. If a bunch abandon it, …There'll always be miners ready to jump in. If a bunch abandon it, difficulty goes down and profitability returns no matter what the price. The biggie is Ethereum going non mineable, but that's looking more distant by the day and miners may switch seamlessly to other coins.


If it falls to a price level/difficulty where it's only profitable if 50% of the current mining cards are mining, that's 50% of the cards that will be sold off second-hand.

If it falls to a price level/difficulty where it's only profitable if 20% of the current mining cards are mining, that's 80% of the cards that will be sold off second-hand.
ST312322 m ago

Maintain some rapidly decreasing customer good will perhaps? By failing to …Maintain some rapidly decreasing customer good will perhaps? By failing to supply GPUs and letting price gouging run rampant, they are treating loyal customers like crap. Amazed how many fervently PC gamers defend the lack of supply, but the longer it goes on for the more will jump ship to consoles, or just give up on playing AAA games on PC neither of which is a good sign...


I may be a PC gamer, but I'm not going to let that blind me to how potentially risky it is for NVidia or AMD to scale up production.
if they supply more graphics cards then they will find there way to mining rigs which will mine digital currencies and hurt the fiat currencies, console makers will be happy for a while then someone finds a way to make it easy for consoles to mine digital currencies

theres been an economic war going on between the east and west since the last big financial crash and this is why this is happening i believe

twilight zone moment

to go a bit into the dark mad zone wonder if its possible for digital currencies to be mined by us playing and completing a video game ?

yep time for bed
Ashe13 h, 24 m ago

I may be a PC gamer, but I'm not going to let that blind me to how …I may be a PC gamer, but I'm not going to let that blind me to how potentially risky it is for NVidia or AMD to scale up production.



I think the risk is only there because they haven't been selling the right product to miners. They need to separate their markets and drive mining difficulty as high as possible so only the elite miners reap the rewards, we really need binned high tier devices that can't be resold as graphics cards. It will prevent halfwit operations from starting up as sucking the GPU market dry but these have to be a sufficient enough improvement keep miners happy.

Also on the GPU front we need to sour the milk a bit to ween miners off high end GPUs to let the market recover. The main issue is to design a GPU that will internally keep a track of how it has been run, i.e. life clocks which like on a car show how the card has been driven. The higher OC the quicker it ticks over and will give a potential buyer the information they need to make a 2nd hand purchase decision. Storing a profile with what the card has lived through will make people think twice about trying to charge high costs on GPUs that has been abused. This happens in the 2nd car market all the time so why should it be different.


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With Bitmain releasing an Asic miner and Nvidia debuting RTX it's kinda put a whole new light on this. I guess the Quadro will support this but will newer cards have similar features ?
Back upto £800.
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