MSI GTX1080 Armor 8GB - £424.97 @ Ebuyer
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MSI GTX1080 Armor 8GB - £424.97 @ Ebuyer

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Found 8th Aug
MSI GeForce GTX 1080 ARMOR OC 8GB GDDR5X
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PhattyHUKD42 m ago

Great price, but the cooler on that isn’t good enough for the 1080. It w …Great price, but the cooler on that isn’t good enough for the 1080. It will thermal throttle. For liquid cooling or using an aftermarket heatsink? Superb value


Rubbish. I've had this card for 2 years and it doesn't thermal throttle infact my card hits 2000MHz on it's own accord with GPU Boost. It's ALWAYS been above the specified boost clock.
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446.26 on Amazon for Prime members Great deal the OP
They're finally starting to come down in price. Might be worth it if you're not interested in waiting for the new cards.
GTX 1080 prime fire !!!!!
Hilazing50 m ago

They're finally starting to come down in price. Might be worth it if …They're finally starting to come down in price. Might be worth it if you're not interested in waiting for the new cards.


You sound like you're on a treadmill. Wait till the price of this comes down, then, instead of buying, wait till the price of the new one comes down, then...……………….
only a couple of weeks to the 1180 announcement and today the new cards have appeared on Aida 64 benchmarking software, wait until the announcement and see what happens to prices then !
What's the point wait two more weeks and buy it for at least 50 pounds less than this
Great price, but the cooler on that isn’t good enough for the 1080. It will thermal throttle.

For liquid cooling or using an aftermarket heatsink? Superb value

Edit: Ignore me, had it confused with the 1080Ti variant that has the same cooler.
Edited by: "PhattyHUKD" 8th Aug
PhattyHUKD42 m ago

Great price, but the cooler on that isn’t good enough for the 1080. It w …Great price, but the cooler on that isn’t good enough for the 1080. It will thermal throttle. For liquid cooling or using an aftermarket heatsink? Superb value


Rubbish. I've had this card for 2 years and it doesn't thermal throttle infact my card hits 2000MHz on it's own accord with GPU Boost. It's ALWAYS been above the specified boost clock.
PhattyHUKD1 h, 0 m ago

cooler on that isn’t good enough for the 1080. It will thermal throttle


Please don't listen to this if you're thinking of buying it. It's absolutely fine.
Edited by: "Narz" 8th Aug
PhattyHUKD1 h, 6 m ago

Great price, but the cooler on that isn’t good enough for the 1080. It w …Great price, but the cooler on that isn’t good enough for the 1080. It will thermal throttle. For liquid cooling or using an aftermarket heatsink? Superb value


Are you prescribed or recreation drugs? I’ll cut you some slack if it’s a medical reason for your delusions.
Got me a reindeer yo.
2080/2070 is coming out in like 2 weeks with the the 2060 likely coming a month after
Narz2 h, 29 m ago

Please don't listen to this if you're thinking of buying it. It's …Please don't listen to this if you're thinking of buying it. It's absolutely fine.



Apologies, I was wrong. it's the 1080Ti Armour card that thermal throttles.
benfisher19912 h, 49 m ago

Rubbish. I've had this card for 2 years and it doesn't thermal throttle …Rubbish. I've had this card for 2 years and it doesn't thermal throttle infact my card hits 2000MHz on it's own accord with GPU Boost. It's ALWAYS been above the specified boost clock.


I have too, and whilst I aren't into OCing it to the limit as such I get that out of mine IIRC. I only bought this one as it was when stock was short on launch and eBuyer put some of these on at £550 or something when everything else was over £600. The stock lasted less than half an hour, I had an alert set up and could jump right on it! But anyway even though it wasn't my first choice I have been very happy with it.

But, I'd never go near this now with the new model due out soon. I'd guess the 1070 replacement (whatever it will be called) will be faster and cheaper than this.
Edited by: "TomScrut" 8th Aug
Voted cold simply because it is possible to get a used 1080 Ti for ~£450 if you put in an offer to a miner on eBay, as I and others have done. Miners are panic selling, while I expect the aftermarket GTX 1170s to be about £550 new (and likely similar performance to a 1080Ti based on the transitions 7XX to 9XX to 10XX).
Scottc1238 h, 42 m ago

Voted cold simply because it is possible to get a used 1080 Ti for ~£450 …Voted cold simply because it is possible to get a used 1080 Ti for ~£450 if you put in an offer to a miner on eBay, as I and others have done. Miners are panic selling, while I expect the aftermarket GTX 1170s to be about £550 new (and likely similar performance to a 1080Ti based on the transitions 7XX to 9XX to 10XX).


That's a really unfair comparison, this is for a new card not a secound hand one that has most likely been running 24hours a day at max load for god knows how long.
Edited by: "apple.picker" 9th Aug
apple.picker45 m ago

That's a really unfair comparison, this is for a new card not a secound …That's a really unfair comparison, this is for a new card not a secound hand one that has most likely been running 24hours a day at max load for god knows how long.


I'm not even sure if he's serious.

A brand new Golf Vs a 100k mile Audi...
I've returned my 1060 and got 780 for cheap instead. Will use it for a couple months until the prices of 10 series goes down by a bit more and will get myself a 1080ti. Sound plan.
benfisher19912 h, 26 m ago

I'm not even sure if he's serious. A brand new Golf Vs a 100k mile Audi...


Ohh, I'm sure he's serious. Some people are just delusional by nature.
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