KFA2 Geforce GTX 1060 EXOC 6GB VERSION £229.99 / £239.89 delivered @ Overclockers
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KFA2 Geforce GTX 1060 EXOC 6GB VERSION £229.99 / £239.89 delivered @ Overclockers

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Found 20th Jan
Seems pretty good for the price, comes back into stock beginning of February. Pre-order available.
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robodan9181 h, 3 m ago

ESTIMATED feb 2ndThey are wrong in their estimates a lotAnd kfa? No thanks


Kfa are a good brand. You say no thanks because you have no idea, amazing.
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ESTIMATED feb 2nd

They are wrong in their estimates a lot

And kfa? No thanks
Heated as it is reasonable for this GPU in the current i.e. horrifically overpriced GPU market. This really should be sub £200 by now though and at any other time would be, but right now this is probably about the best bang for buck as GPUs go....
6GB 1060s were never sub £200.
Raven_crow23 m ago

6GB 1060s were never sub £200.


Mine was £187 for a Gigabyte G1 Gaming model though to be fair that was a Amazon Warehouse deal and back in the end of 2016 when pricing was still sensible for GPUs. I meant in my previous comment that they should be sub £200 by now if GPU pricing followed the normal price model where things reduce in price as they age instead of increasing. Would never have imagined that PC components could actually be an investment that increases in value but it's happened....
Based on current ridiculous pricing this is actually very good!
Amazing price in the current climate. 1060 6GB is solid.
Edited by: "bjrosl" 20th Jan
In the current desolate wasteland of GPU prices, this is definitely a decent deal.
ST312323 m ago

Mine was £187 for a Gigabyte G1 Gaming model though to be fair that was a …Mine was £187 for a Gigabyte G1 Gaming model though to be fair that was a Amazon Warehouse deal and back in the end of 2016 when pricing was still sensible for GPUs. I meant in my previous comment that they should be sub £200 by now if GPU pricing followed the normal price model where things reduce in price as they age instead of increasing. Would never have imagined that PC components could actually be an investment that increases in value but it's happened....


so for a 2nd hand card - not exactly comparable
adamspencer952 m ago

so for a 2nd hand card - not exactly comparable


Open box/customer return is not the same as 2nd hand.

It may never have been used.
robodan9181 h, 3 m ago

ESTIMATED feb 2ndThey are wrong in their estimates a lotAnd kfa? No thanks


Kfa are a good brand. You say no thanks because you have no idea, amazing.
ritchiedrama5 m ago

Kfa are a good brand. You say no thanks because you have no idea, amazing.


Exactly... Over the years I have found that KFA and manli actually suffer the least when it comes to coil whine
freedms_stain18 m ago

Open box/customer return is not the same as 2nd hand.It may never have …Open box/customer return is not the same as 2nd hand.It may never have been used.


Plus with Amazon Warehouse you have 12 months to return for full refund if anything goes wrong. Sometime's they'll make exceptions beyond this.

You'll probably get manufacturers warranty too. I'm not sure any manufacturers terms exclude Warehouse items, but it normally seems to work fine anyway.
ST312347 m ago

Mine was £187 for a Gigabyte G1 Gaming model though to be fair that was a …Mine was £187 for a Gigabyte G1 Gaming model though to be fair that was a Amazon Warehouse deal and back in the end of 2016 when pricing was still sensible for GPUs. I meant in my previous comment that they should be sub £200 by now if GPU pricing followed the normal price model where things reduce in price as they age instead of increasing. Would never have imagined that PC components could actually be an investment that increases in value but it's happened....


If this card was available in late 2016 then we must be overdue a new range of Nvidia cards by now? As I have no need to buy a new card right now, despite the obvious prices come down a little (well in theory!) if a new range is due in a few months better just waiting for that.
Avenger13247 m ago

If this card was available in late 2016 then we must be overdue a new …If this card was available in late 2016 then we must be overdue a new range of Nvidia cards by now? As I have no need to buy a new card right now, despite the obvious prices come down a little (well in theory!) if a new range is due in a few months better just waiting for that.


I'm not sure there is much incentive to push out a new gen for NVIDIA right now. They sell quicker than ever, and AMD aren't pushing them. I'd be surprised if we see the next family of normal consumer NVIDIA cards before autumn, maybe longer?
mikedigitales12 m ago

I'm not sure there is much incentive to push out a new gen for NVIDIA …I'm not sure there is much incentive to push out a new gen for NVIDIA right now. They sell quicker than ever, and AMD aren't pushing them. I'd be surprised if we see the next family of normal consumer NVIDIA cards before autumn, maybe longer?


March.
Busy_Baron30 m ago

Exactly... Over the years I have found that KFA and manli actually suffer …Exactly... Over the years I have found that KFA and manli actually suffer the least when it comes to coil whine


Yep, my KFA 970 was super quiet, super cool and had no coil whine whatsoever.
£349 now
mikedigitales23 m ago

I'm not sure there is much incentive to push out a new gen for NVIDIA …I'm not sure there is much incentive to push out a new gen for NVIDIA right now. They sell quicker than ever, and AMD aren't pushing them. I'd be surprised if we see the next family of normal consumer NVIDIA cards before autumn, maybe longer?


I agree. With AMD offering very little, margins increasing on the existing cards I'd sticking with what I have.....or holding back the next suite of cards for as long as possible. Not great news for the consumer but those shareholders will be lapping it up.

Throw in the mining factor and it's getting very messy.

The winner in all this might be console gaming.
Good card, I get 1440p 60fps for pubg or 4k30-40 fps.
The prices are so high lately because of mining. Ethereum tokens have made loads of millionaires last year.
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mikedigitales37 m ago

I'm not sure there is much incentive to push out a new gen for NVIDIA …I'm not sure there is much incentive to push out a new gen for NVIDIA right now. They sell quicker than ever, and AMD aren't pushing them. I'd be surprised if we see the next family of normal consumer NVIDIA cards before autumn, maybe longer?


The incentive is capitalise on the lead you have. When you have no competition and you're the only game in town, then you do what you want. Last year Nvidia felt they hadn't made the most of Pascal's lead on AMD, and intended to push out a new generation this year and improve on their advantage.

The very fact that Samsung have also started knocking out GDDR6 memory chips should clue anyone up that doubts a new Nvidia generation is just around the corner this year. You'll see the high margin high end cards first as is common.
ST31232 h, 31 m ago

Mine was £187 for a Gigabyte G1 Gaming model though to be fair that was a …Mine was £187 for a Gigabyte G1 Gaming model though to be fair that was a Amazon Warehouse deal and back in the end of 2016 when pricing was still sensible for GPUs. I meant in my previous comment that they should be sub £200 by now if GPU pricing followed the normal price model where things reduce in price as they age instead of increasing. Would never have imagined that PC components could actually be an investment that increases in value but it's happened....


You are right; I bought a GTX 1070 for £295 from the warehouse as well around the same time when that I felt mining was about to take off/pound would continue to fall. It felt like a bargain then, but in today's climate and, of course, with retrospect it was one of the best deals I have ever taken the plunge for. Most miners are just taking advantage of "free" electricity (to them).
Lucky me then. Got my Asus GTX 980 Ti Strix just for £250 about 2 months ago. Brand new, unused and beautiful.
freedms_stain4 h, 46 m ago

Open box/customer return is not the same as 2nd hand.It may never have …Open box/customer return is not the same as 2nd hand.It may never have been used.


"Amazon Warehouse Deals is a trading name of Amazon EU Sarl, and is part of the Amazon.com group. It specialises in offering great deals on returned, warehouse-damaged, used, or refurbished products.."

So it could be open box, or used, or anything inbetween.

Still not comparable to a sealed, brand new retail card.
These graphics prices are silly. I bought a Nvida Gigabyte Windforce OC 6GB card last September for £230 on a misprice. Cheapest place in stock is now selling this for £358.

Similarly I bought a Rx580 on the Amazon misprice for £102.50. Albeit I ordered at the full price initially. These are now selling for £350-380 or so on ebay!

The market has gone completely mad. If I sell the RX580 I will have effectively got an Nvida 1060 6gb for free. Probably keep both for now as prices are still rising. It's almost a 70-80% mark up here. Someone is making a lot of money here.

You really do get ripped off on GPU, Ram and storage now. Just glad I ordered my new machine before it got too mad out there.
Edited by: "gummby" 23rd Jan
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