NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Founders Edition £379 delivered @ Geforce
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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Founders Edition £379 delivered @ Geforce

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Found 7th FebEdited by:"z80"
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Founders Edition

In stock now - will likely need to be quick.

Edit: Note - you need to click the tab for 1070, as it will default to the 1070ti which is not in stock.
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Original Poster
I can still add to cart and check out - make sure you are not trying the 1070TI
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Stock gone now - these are worth refreshing regularly though. They do come in and out of stock.
Edit - back in stock again, also 1060 and 1080 in stock.
Edited by: "z80" 7th Feb
Shame I’m after the 1070 ti
I haven't been checking prices on graphics cards recently but my word, they've gone up again it seems.
greysquaill6 m ago

I haven't been checking prices on graphics cards recently but my word, …I haven't been checking prices on graphics cards recently but my word, they've gone up again it seems.


Crypto Currency mining pushed up the prices. Not worth it unless you get free electricity. Just buy the crypto instead.
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greysquaill19 m ago

I haven't been checking prices on graphics cards recently but my word, …I haven't been checking prices on graphics cards recently but my word, they've gone up again it seems.


Yeah - this is actually cheap compared current normal pricing.
Out of stock already.
greysquaill24 m ago

I haven't been checking prices on graphics cards recently but my word, …I haven't been checking prices on graphics cards recently but my word, they've gone up again it seems.


People mass buying them for the bitcoin bubble pushing up prices. It's so bad nvidia was begging retailers to focus on selling graphics cards to gamers and not bitcoin miners

Now that bitcoin price is bombing again a lot of people are desperately trying to sell high end graphics cards, so if you see a cheap 1070/1080 on ebay don't buy it because it's probably been running at high load 24/7 for several months and has a significantly reduced lifespan
EXPIRE
Fatso66629 m ago

People mass buying them for the bitcoin bubble pushing up prices. It's so …People mass buying them for the bitcoin bubble pushing up prices. It's so bad nvidia was begging retailers to focus on selling graphics cards to gamers and not bitcoin miners Now that bitcoin price is bombing again a lot of people are desperately trying to sell high end graphics cards, so if you see a cheap 1070/1080 on ebay don't buy it because it's probably been running at high load 24/7 for several months and has a significantly reduced lifespan


I'd prefer the description "well tested".
Hopefully the recent crash on crypto should stabilise the prices.
Fatso66647 m ago

People mass buying them for the bitcoin bubble pushing up prices. It's so …People mass buying them for the bitcoin bubble pushing up prices. It's so bad nvidia was begging retailers to focus on selling graphics cards to gamers and not bitcoin miners Now that bitcoin price is bombing again a lot of people are desperately trying to sell high end graphics cards, so if you see a cheap 1070/1080 on ebay don't buy it because it's probably been running at high load 24/7 for several months and has a significantly reduced lifespan


Personally i think ex mining cards might be a good way towards a cheap gpu upgrade, not that im really seeing these big price drops people are forecasting.

Provided the card was run within its thermal specs the lifespan shouldn't be too badly affected.

Plus a lot of people don't realise that anything you buy on ebay effectively has a six month warranty anyway, yes ebay money back guarantee is only 30 days but paypal has its own buyer protection system that is good for 180 days. More than enough time to see if that used gpu is gonna have a problem...
1060 6GB at £279 and 1080 at £529 also appear to be in stock.
Original Poster
1070 back in stock again now.
They not bothering making the 1070ti anymore then lol

I’m think I’m going to be refreshing the page all day.....
Edited by: "dhallam56" 7th Feb
Finally a GTX 1080 is mine, cheers OP!
Bloody Bitcoiners ....Go on get off here nothing to see ...
now do I wait for vive pro or get a rift now
Grabbed a 1070. Thanks OP.
keeps saying in stock add to basket then clears when try purchase can only assume someone has in basket and hasnt bought yet fml
cart empty when trying to check out...
yeah looks like the 1070 has gone out of stock
ST312355 m ago

Personally i think ex mining cards might be a good way towards a cheap gpu …Personally i think ex mining cards might be a good way towards a cheap gpu upgrade, not that im really seeing these big price drops people are forecasting. Provided the card was run within its thermal specs the lifespan shouldn't be too badly affected. Plus a lot of people don't realise that anything you buy on ebay effectively has a six month warranty anyway, yes ebay money back guarantee is only 30 days but paypal has its own buyer protection system that is good for 180 days. More than enough time to see if that used gpu is gonna have a problem...



It seems we're always in-or-about-to-be in a period of time where mining is-or-will-be dead and people are-or-will-be selling off their graphics cards for a large portion of chips. In reality, the few actually panic selling have no reason to go below the established inflated prices.

In fact, look here. Go back a few pages to late December when BTC was worth about three times as much as now, and they were actually selling for less if anything.
deancross50311 m ago

keeps saying in stock add to basket then clears when try purchase can only …keeps saying in stock add to basket then clears when try purchase can only assume someone has in basket and hasnt bought yet fml



sorry, that was probably me
Did however manage to grab a 1080 ... apparently.!!
I'll await the order confirmation before I get giddy...
Thanks OP, managed to grab myself a GTX 1070, really wanted a 1070 ti but this is close enough for me.
balls went for a 1080 as well
Black_Knight9 m ago

Thanks OP, managed to grab myself a GTX 1070, really wanted a 1070 ti but …Thanks OP, managed to grab myself a GTX 1070, really wanted a 1070 ti but this is close enough for me.


Yeah it's a 1070 ti that I'm after, it's a shame it hasn't come in stock.
Managed to get a 1060 for the kids machine too!!
Haven't done research for graphic cards in ages, does a 1070 performes well in scientific simulations like molecular modeling?
Edited by: "Buckyball" 7th Feb
Cool.. just received order confirmations for both cards
Price is still a bit silly given I only paid £390 for an EVGA 1070 Ti.
Edited by: "ollie87" 7th Feb
Out of stock already
alessandrofoti8918 m ago

Out of stock already


I can still go to cart with a 1080 and 1060 in my basket...
ST31232 h, 19 m ago

Personally i think ex mining cards might be a good way towards a cheap gpu …Personally i think ex mining cards might be a good way towards a cheap gpu upgrade, not that im really seeing these big price drops people are forecasting. Provided the card was run within its thermal specs the lifespan shouldn't be too badly affected. Plus a lot of people don't realise that anything you buy on ebay effectively has a six month warranty anyway, yes ebay money back guarantee is only 30 days but paypal has its own buyer protection system that is good for 180 days. More than enough time to see if that used gpu is gonna have a problem...


Highly unlikely it was run under normal thermal specs though, I believe mining basically runs the card at almost 100% constantly?

Most mining setups prioritise GPU number over adequate ventilation as well , so what you usually see are literal metal racks with motherboards and GPUs just sitting on the shelf, no sort of fan to circulate the stagnant and hot air. In that sort of environment I highly doubt they'd be operating within normal temperatures
Fatso6661 h, 32 m ago

Highly unlikely it was run under normal thermal specs though, I believe …Highly unlikely it was run under normal thermal specs though, I believe mining basically runs the card at almost 100% constantly? Most mining setups prioritise GPU number over adequate ventilation as well , so what you usually see are literal metal racks with motherboards and GPUs just sitting on the shelf, no sort of fan to circulate the stagnant and hot air. In that sort of environment I highly doubt they'd be operating within normal temperatures


Wrong. Most miners run GPUs at 80% or lower TDP. So temperatures are manageable around 60 to 70c.
Why expired? 1080 at least still seems to be in stock?
Will this card run much hotter than other 1070 such as Evga ?
again, 1080 still seems to be in stock.
Dunno why expired still.
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