MSI NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8GB GAMING Graphics Card £379.99 / £384.78 delivered (dpd pickup) @ Scan
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MSI NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8GB GAMING Graphics Card £379.99 / £384.78 delivered (dpd pickup) @ Scan

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Found 12th Sep
This is the cheapest that this card has EVER been. It is one of, if not the best variant of the 1070Ti. If your looking to buy now, this is a great price!


3046365.jpgThe MSI Gaming 8G 1070 Ti has the classic 10 series MSI gaming design that features 2 zones of LEDs, one section is the dynamic Red LEDs plus the RGB Mystic Lighting MSI dragon logo. Cooling this card is easy for the double ball bearing torx fans that force cool air onto the smooth heat pipes. Overclocking and LED customization can be controlled in the MSI Gaming app while the overclocking is done using MSI Afterburner.

  • TWIN FROZR VI / TORX 2.0 Fan design
  • Double Ball Bearings / ZeroFrozr technology
  • Cool LED Effects / Close quarters cooling
  • High Quality Military Class components / Multi GPU technologies
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If you can get a 1080 for around £400 (which some have lately) i'd go for that instead every time

"You know you can overclock a 1070ti so it's pretty much the same as a 1080!"

I know...

But you can also overclock a 1080 as well...
Edited by: "darynq" 12th Sep
If it weren't scan, I'd vote hot. 10/10 They and their forum sell your data. Also, 0/10 Customer service
Ladies. You sound like squabbling little kids. Get a grip!
gingepeedle10 m ago

That is true, which is why I put in the post, 'If your looking to buy now, …That is true, which is why I put in the post, 'If your looking to buy now, this is a great price!', there is no need to come and preach at people who 'cheaped' out on a GTX 1070Ti. To some people, they don't have that extra £20-60 to spend and don't care too much for the little performance gain.


To be honest if someone is spending £400 on a graphics card which is only worth putting in a decent spec machine to actually get the best out of it then quibble over another £20 then they probably need to reassess their priorities.
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If it weren't scan, I'd vote hot. 10/10 They and their forum sell your data. Also, 0/10 Customer service
If you can get a 1080 for around £400 (which some have lately) i'd go for that instead every time

"You know you can overclock a 1070ti so it's pretty much the same as a 1080!"

I know...

But you can also overclock a 1080 as well...
Edited by: "darynq" 12th Sep
This is more like it. Could do with being alittle cheaper or even a free delivery would have been nice. Heat from me but just barely....
darynq1 h, 59 m ago

If you can get a 1080 for around £400 (which some have lately) i'd go for …If you can get a 1080 for around £400 (which some have lately) i'd go for that instead every time"You know you can overclock a 1070ti so it's pretty much the same as a 1080!"I know...But you can also overclock a 1080 as well...


you cant get a 1080 msi version for £400 though
you also get destiny 2 plus expansions according the listing OP, might be worth adding to the title
gopolog8610 m ago

you cant get a 1080 msi version for £400 though


Brand is kinda irrelevant on a 1070ti as they are all clocked the same so it just comes down to personal preference/brand loyalty

Ebuyer had MSI 1080s last week with Destiny 2 for £399 so while you can't now you could last week.
The price on Ebuyer is up and down all time time so worth keeping and eye on it again as prices are probably only gonna keep going down and 400 for a 1080 will be standard
Edited by: "darynq" 12th Sep
darynq1 h, 49 m ago

Brand is kinda irrelevant on a 1070ti as they are all clocked the same so …Brand is kinda irrelevant on a 1070ti as they are all clocked the same so it just comes down to personal preference/brand loyalty


Clocked the same is irrelevant, pascal has boost clock built in and you can manually OC, and yeah i mean you've disproved your own point lol
jimmylee199024 m ago

If it weren't scan.... 10/10 They and their forum sell your data.


If you know that for a fact simply report them to the data commisioner.

Also, check the T & C's to see if you agreed to share your information......
ritchiedrama57 m ago

Clocked the same is irrelevant, pascal has boost clock built in and you …Clocked the same is irrelevant, pascal has boost clock built in and you can manually OC, and yeah i mean you've disproved your own point lol



Er not really as my point is that even with an overclock ANY 1070ti will clock less and give less performance than ANY 1080 with an overclock (even a blower one) so for twenty quid more that is a better buy and guess what...


1080 is also Pascal so you actually kinda proved my point for me
Edited by: "darynq" 12th Sep
darynq53 m ago

Er not really as my point is that even with an overclock ANY 1070ti will …Er not really as my point is that even with an overclock ANY 1070ti will clock less than ANY 1080 with an overclock (even a blower one) so for twenty quid more that is a better buy and guess what...1080 is also Pascal so you actually kinda proved my point for me


Nvm you don't understand, also, for the record my 1070ti hybrid outclocked even oc'ed 1080's when I had it
ritchiedrama10 m ago

Nvm you don't understand, also, for the record my 1070ti hybrid outclocked …Nvm you don't understand, also, for the record my 1070ti hybrid outclocked even oc'ed 1080's when I had it


I totally understand. People who could only afford or cheaped out on a 1070ti try and justify it by saying that with an overclock it's as good as a 1080 but for less money because of course no one will ever over clock their 1080 and make that "better"

Now prices are so close for both there is no excuse to cheap out.


You wanna send that to linus. You have a magic card that obviously doesn't contain one of the 1080 chips that failed QC that were used up when Nviidia launched the 1070ti.

Plus of course no one has ever put a hybrid cooler on a 1080...
If 1080 is better than a 1070ti then if both are overclocked then surely 1080 will still be faster and better? Heat added
Yesgo3 m ago

If 1080 is better than a 1070ti then if both are overclocked then surely …If 1080 is better than a 1070ti then if both are overclocked then surely 1080 will still be faster and better? Heat added


Finally someone gets it!

When there could be a hundred quid difference between the two then the 1070ti was a decent buy.

When there is about twenty quid difference....
Edited by: "darynq" 12th Sep
darynq29 m ago

Finally someone gets it!When there could be a hundred quid difference …Finally someone gets it!When there could be a hundred quid difference between the two then the 1070ti was a decent buy.When there is about twenty quid difference....


Currently, this is the cheapest GTX 1080 you can buy new in the UK.
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Compared to the above deal, this is a £60 difference, or a 15-16% difference. A 1070Ti at stock offers roughly around a 10% deficit in performance. Why would you pay 15% more for only 10% performance gain?
gingepeedle7 m ago

Currently, this is the cheapest GTX 1080 you can buy new in the UK. …Currently, this is the cheapest GTX 1080 you can buy new in the UK. [Image] Compared to the above deal, this is a £60 difference, or a 15-16% difference. A 1070Ti at stock offers roughly around a 10% deficit in performance. Why would you pay 15% more for only 10% performance gain?


"Currently"
Was cheaper last week, and week before. Very likely be cheaper again any time soon.

Unless someone is desperate for a new card would make much much more sense to wait as prices are only gonna come down.
Sold at "smooth heat pipes".
darynq3 m ago

"Currently" Was cheaper last week, and week before. Very likely be cheaper …"Currently" Was cheaper last week, and week before. Very likely be cheaper again any time soon.Unless someone is desperate for a new card would make much much more sense to wait as prices are only gonna come down.


That is true, which is why I put in the post, 'If your looking to buy now, this is a great price!', there is no need to come and preach at people who 'cheaped' out on a GTX 1070Ti. To some people, they don't have that extra £20-60 to spend and don't care too much for the little performance gain.
darynq1 h, 1 m ago

I totally understand. People who could only afford or cheaped out on a …I totally understand. People who could only afford or cheaped out on a 1070ti try and justify it by saying that with an overclock it's as good as a 1080 but for less money because of course no one will ever over clock their 1080 and make that "better" Now prices are so close for both there is no excuse to cheap out.You wanna send that to linus. You have a magic card that obviously doesn't contain one of the 1080 chips that failed QC that were used up when Nviidia launched the 1070ti. Plus of course no one has ever put a hybrid cooler on a 1080...


The point was again which you have proved yourself wrong again. The prices were not close at one point. Besides all of that I sold my 1070ti for £500 and my 1080ti for £800 and now have a 1060 -- but I guess it's just people cheaping out lool.
gingepeedle10 m ago

That is true, which is why I put in the post, 'If your looking to buy now, …That is true, which is why I put in the post, 'If your looking to buy now, this is a great price!', there is no need to come and preach at people who 'cheaped' out on a GTX 1070Ti. To some people, they don't have that extra £20-60 to spend and don't care too much for the little performance gain.


To be honest if someone is spending £400 on a graphics card which is only worth putting in a decent spec machine to actually get the best out of it then quibble over another £20 then they probably need to reassess their priorities.
ritchiedrama16 m ago

The point was again which you have proved yourself wrong again. The prices …The point was again which you have proved yourself wrong again. The prices were not close at one point. Besides all of that I sold my 1070ti for £500 and my 1080ti for £800 and now have a 1060 -- but I guess it's just people cheaping out lool.


The prices were never close?

hotukdeals.com/dea…867

5 days ago...

MSI 1070ti - £385 delivered

MSI 1080 - £395 delivered using Visa

So that would be about 10% more performance for about 2% more outlay give or take
Edited by: "darynq" 12th Sep
darynq54 s ago

The prices were never close? …The prices were never close? https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/msi-gtx-1080-armor-oc-8gb-gddr5x-inc-destiny-2-39999-5-back-via-visa-checkout-ebuyercom-30418675 days ago...


I said were not close at one point.
ritchiedrama7 m ago

I said were not close at one point.


And at one point a 1070ti was about £800.

My point yet again is the 1070ti is not such a good buy now in relation to the 1080 as price difference at times (as proven) is minimal.

And I imagine you could have got a 970 for less than you paid for your 1060.

With an overclock they are pretty much the same as well after all...
Edited by: "darynq" 12th Sep
darynq6 m ago

And at one point a 1070ti was about £800.My point yet again is the 1070ti …And at one point a 1070ti was about £800.My point yet again is the 1070ti is not such a good buy now in relation to the 1080 as price difference at times (as proven) is minimal.And I imagine you could have got a 970 for less than you paid for your 1060.With an overclock they are pretty much the same as well after all...




A 1070ti was never £800. I sold my 970 for £160 and bought the 1060 6gb for £220 December 2017, as my 970 was out of warranty :-)
So you sold a card that was pretty much as fast with an overclock as the one you bought without an overclock for 60 quid more yet are here arguing the toss that buying a card for at times just 20 quid more that is about the same performance as one with an overclock is not a good idea?

As a warranty is "worth" £60 for pretty much the same performance then this must be better deal then

ebuyer.com/779…10p

£55 more delivered than the 1070ti but with 3 years more warranty.

10% more performance but 150% more warranty!
Edited by: "darynq" 12th Sep
darynq10 m ago

So you sold a card that was pretty much as fast with an overclock as the …So you sold a card that was pretty much as fast with an overclock as the one you bought without an overclock for 60 quid more yet are here arguing the toss that buying a card for at times just 20 quid more that is about the same performance as one with an overclock is not a good idea?As a warranty is "worth" £60 for pretty much the same performance then this must be better deal thenhttps://www.ebuyer.com/779029-zotac-geforce-gtx-1080-mini-8gb-graphics-card-zt-p10800h-10p£55 more delivered than the 1070ti but with 3 years more warranty.


The 1060 is on a par with the 980, so he upgraded a step for 60 quid, and got an extended warranty. Seems a good deal to me.
I’d prefer the EVGA version purely if there’s any issues, the only company that is more of a pain for RMAs than MSI is ASUS, plus EVGA have the Step Up Program, so if the 2070 ends up being way faster you can upgrade for very little money.
Edited by: "ollie87" 12th Sep
Danze19849 m ago

The 1060 is on a par with the 980, so he upgraded a step for 60 quid, and …The 1060 is on a par with the 980, so he upgraded a step for 60 quid, and got an extended warranty. Seems a good deal to me.


1060 Stock v. 980 stock. An over clocked 970 is on par with a 1060 (up to 97% with a good overclock) which is kinda the point. He paid £60 more for what could be as little as 3% more performance. Yes he can also overclock the 1060.

Yet people are saying i'm wrong for pointing out you could pay as little as 2% more for 10% more performance from a 1080 than a stock 1070 ti and still have room again to overclock it.

Stock 1080 > stock 1070 ti
Stock 1080 = OC 1070 ti
OC 1080 > OC 1070 ti
Edited by: "darynq" 12th Sep
Hot as these were ridiculous a few months back. I'm holding out for a msi 1080ti for my rig.
darynq15 m ago

So you sold a card that was pretty much as fast with an overclock as the …So you sold a card that was pretty much as fast with an overclock as the one you bought without an overclock for 60 quid more yet are here arguing the toss that buying a card for at times just 20 quid more that is about the same performance as one with an overclock is not a good idea?As a warranty is "worth" £60 for pretty much the same performance then this must be better deal thenhttps://www.ebuyer.com/779029-zotac-geforce-gtx-1080-mini-8gb-graphics-card-zt-p10800h-10p£55 more delivered than the 1070ti but with 3 years more warranty.10% more performance but 150% more warranty!


The 1060 6gb is better than the 970 whichever way you're trying to push your agenda, also playing in 3440*1440 it helps because of the vram
ritchiedrama16 m ago

The 1060 6gb is better than the 970 whichever way you're trying to push …The 1060 6gb is better than the 970 whichever way you're trying to push your agenda, also playing in 3440*1440 it helps because of the vram


And a 1080 is better than a 1070ti then as can be clocked higher and it also has better (faster) VRAM and better bandwidth...
GDDR5 v GDDR5X

Which I imagine would be a benefit when playing at 3440*1440...

Simple hypothetical situation for those naysayers
.

You're in a shop with £400 in your pocket and want the best graphics card you can get for your money.

They have two.

MSI 1070ti for £385

Or

MSI 1080 for £395
(Prices are what they were/are delivered to your door)

Which would you get?
Edited by: "darynq" 12th Sep
Ladies. You sound like squabbling little kids. Get a grip!
darynq13 m ago

And a 1080 is better than a 1070ti then as can be clocked higher and it …And a 1080 is better than a 1070ti then as can be clocked higher and it also has better (faster) VRAM and better bandwidth...GDDR5 v GDDR5XWhich I imagine would be a benefit when playing at 3440*1440...Simple hypothetical situation for those naysayers.You're in a shop with £400 in your pocket and want the best graphics card you can get for your money.They have two.MSI 1070ti for £385OrMSI 1080 for £395(Prices are what they were/are delivered to your door)Which would you get?


You should get the 1070ti
coventgamer6 m ago

You should get the 1070ti


do that because if everyone is silly enough to buy the TI the 1080 will fall again in price as no one buying, so hoping folk take your advice
Edited by: "aberboy007" 12th Sep
I picked up a 1070ti for £280 a month ago
Quite like it.
ritchiedrama3 h, 36 m ago

Nvm you don't understand, also, for the record my 1070ti hybrid outclocked …Nvm you don't understand, also, for the record my 1070ti hybrid outclocked even oc'ed 1080's when I had it


So are you saying it's all about clock speeds? That the clocks speeds are the only thing that separates the 1070Ti and 1080? That if they are clocked the same they will perform the same?

In all honesty there is around 6fps difference at 1440p. If the 1070Ti is any more than £40 cheaper then it's the better buy in my opinion. And I have a 1080 myself.

I also wouldn't upgrade my 970 to a 1060. Pretty pointless.
Edited by: "bouttime2" 12th Sep
darynq2 h, 0 m ago

And at one point a 1070ti was about £800.My point yet again is the 1070ti …And at one point a 1070ti was about £800.My point yet again is the 1070ti is not such a good buy now in relation to the 1080 as price difference at times (as proven) is minimal.And I imagine you could have got a 970 for less than you paid for your 1060.With an overclock they are pretty much the same as well after all...


You are right, and another important factor is that the resale value of a 1080 will be substantially greater than that of a 1070Ti in the future.
bouttime218 m ago

So are you saying it's all about clock speeds? That the clocks speeds are …So are you saying it's all about clock speeds? That the clocks speeds are the only thing that separates the 1070Ti and 1080? That if they are clocked the same they will perform the same?


Nah, I should have said out performed. Jus cause clock was being mentioned so much so calm yourself mate
ritchiedrama1 m ago

Nah, I should have said out performed. Jus cause clock was being mentioned …Nah, I should have said out performed. Jus cause clock was being mentioned so much so calm yourself mate


I'm calm. I also edited my post whilst you were replying. Cheers.
The only reason Nvidia released this card is so they could demonstrate a 1070 (albeit Ti) could outperform an RX Vega 56. And the standard 1070 couldn't. At £379 this is a very good card. But still not sure I'd pull the trigger just yet. A 2060 may end up being the better option. There again it may not.
d70cw61 h, 45 m ago

I picked up a 1070ti for £280 a month ago Quite like it.


What resolution do you play at and how many FPS?

Nice to see someone not squabbling.
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