Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070TI - Nvidia.com - 419
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Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070TI - Nvidia.com - 419

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Found 26th AprEdited by:"tamarinde"
Just found you can order the 1070ti from the nvidia website

last checked 01/05/2018 17:00
1080 in stock for 529
1070ti in stock for 419
1060 in stock for 279
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Good price
Out of stock!
Oos
That was quick!
I can checkout.weird
Still shows in stock for me.
Maybe you guys ordered before?
kovacsadam891 m ago

I can checkout.weird


33702992-RNdsI.jpgThat is weird indeed!
hyper_pm4 m ago

[Image] That is weird indeed!

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Still in stock for me
Imma like every instock from now on
In stock for me. One per customer.
In stock for me. 1060 6GB at £279 is as well
In stock but for £379
I'm finding I use my Nvidia graphics card loads for HEVC encoding, up to 330 frames per second for 1080p, but not much for gaming.

Need to redress this.
So they said the 1080 was worth it more than the 1070ti becasue they were so similarly priced. However I suppose now at £419 this is much better value..
Currently (back?) in stock for £419 - good spot OP!
Try using explorer browser if you find it's oos
I think out of stock notices might be people using mobile browsers that are loading cached versions of the webpage (e.g. Google browsing speedup for Chrome enabled).
In stock on mobile with chrome.
Lucifer_UK12 h, 26 m ago

In stock but for £379


That's the standard 1070, not the Ti.

(Both are showing as OOS on my browser).
Edited by: "MBeeching" 27th Apr
1070ti still in stock
1080 in stock
1060 in stock
funny how its in stock when I no longer need one.

managed to pick up a 1080 strix for 350 locally instead otherwise I would of gotten the 1070 ti from Nvidia
Might as well wait till July, probably the worst time to overspend on a 2 years old graphics car.
jaydeeuk127th Apr

Might as well wait till July, probably the worst time to overspend on a 2 …Might as well wait till July, probably the worst time to overspend on a 2 years old graphics car.


What's happening in July?
Uranus29th Apr

What's happening in July?


apparently consumer Volta cards are coming out soon.
I don't see this as a good deal. The 10 series was launched in 2016 and this Ti is just a minor refresh of a standard 1070. Just because prices have recently soared doesn't make it a value buy. It's a 3rd tier card after all, and 2 years is an eternity when it comes to PC components. £299 would be reasonable value. Nvidia must be ecstatic that their 2 year old cards are priced so high and selling out. No wonder they didn't bother launching the next gen cards!
CeruTim43 m ago

I don't see this as a good deal. The 10 series was launched in 2016 and …I don't see this as a good deal. The 10 series was launched in 2016 and this Ti is just a minor refresh of a standard 1070. Just because prices have recently soared doesn't make it a value buy. It's a 3rd tier card after all, and 2 years is an eternity when it comes to PC components. £299 would be reasonable value. Nvidia must be ecstatic that their 2 year old cards are priced so high and selling out. No wonder they didn't bother launching the next gen cards!

It is sad to see that after nearly two years, graphic card with such dated architecture is still selling so high.

If it was in the mobile space, it would be the equivalent of 2018 mobile phones still using processors from 2016...
I don't get pc gaming at all. Ridiculously expensive plus hassle building the rig.
CeruTim2 h, 21 m ago

I don't see this as a good deal. The 10 series was launched in 2016 and …I don't see this as a good deal. The 10 series was launched in 2016 and this Ti is just a minor refresh of a standard 1070. Just because prices have recently soared doesn't make it a value buy. It's a 3rd tier card after all, and 2 years is an eternity when it comes to PC components. £299 would be reasonable value. Nvidia must be ecstatic that their 2 year old cards are priced so high and selling out. No wonder they didn't bother launching the next gen cards!


While I agree with your sentiment, you do unfortunately have to look at current tangible prices when deciding if something is a hot deal or not. Can't make that decision on what something used to cost or what you think it should really cost today.
MarineRX1793 h, 3 m ago

It is sad to see that after nearly two years, graphic card with such dated …It is sad to see that after nearly two years, graphic card with such dated architecture is still selling so high. If it was in the mobile space, it would be the equivalent of 2018 mobile phones still using processors from 2016...


basically apple then?
alera1 h, 49 m ago

I don't get pc gaming at all. Ridiculously expensive plus hassle building …I don't get pc gaming at all. Ridiculously expensive plus hassle building the rig.


PC gaming in general is cheaper than console, cheaper games, no need to pay for online, and more, plus building a rig is not that difficult just watch you tube videos which explains everything
How do these Nvidia cards stack up against aftermarket cards from the likes of Gigabyte etc? Better / worse / same?
gopolog865 m ago

basically apple then?


How so?

Apple update their chip every year, with the A11 being the 2017 model - this year will likely be the A12.
Edited by: "Gormond" 30th Apr
Dodge6211 m ago

How do these Nvidia cards stack up against aftermarket cards from the …How do these Nvidia cards stack up against aftermarket cards from the likes of Gigabyte etc? Better / worse / same?


Fan blower style so they run hotter and louder than aftermarket. Also nvidia cards in general overclock worse than aftermarket top of the range cards since the aftermarket cards tend to be cherry picked. However these nvidia 10xx cards all top out at the same speeds so it's minimal difference really.
alera2 h, 9 m ago

I don't get pc gaming at all. Ridiculously expensive plus hassle building …I don't get pc gaming at all. Ridiculously expensive plus hassle building the rig.


Pc gaming can be as expensive or cheap as you want to be honest. You could build a cheap gaming pc for £400 or you could build a top of the range one for £2000. The benefit of pc gaming is that you can upgrade parts inside to keep it current without replacing the whole system. You can also pick and chose every single individual part, and as there's thousands to chose from it keeps competition and prices low.

You can't do that with a console or most laptops. (I own an xbox one also)
Dodge6229 m ago

How do these Nvidia cards stack up against aftermarket cards from the …How do these Nvidia cards stack up against aftermarket cards from the likes of Gigabyte etc? Better / worse / same?


Cooling wise cards with custom cooler will cool the GPU better than the card with blower cooler, however blower cooler are better at cooling the VRM, but also better as the top card in SLI if the top card sit right on top of bottom card with little space in between (restricted air supplied for the top card). But SLI is pretty much dead now anyway.

Performance wise, the 3rd party cards might have a higher factory clock than the reference stock clock of Nvidia. There used to be cards like Gigabyte Superclocked, EVGA Classified, MSI Lighting that had very high factory overclock out of the box that are sold at premium price, but AIB partners pretty much got screwed over by Nvidia, when they got ordered (forced) to reduce the voltage to reference spec AFTER the product were launched and were sold, and the Superclocked and Classified cards etc are now nothing by a thing of the pass in our memory.

Nowadays there's not much in the regarding whatever Nvidia cards you get not matter who manufacturer them, the only difference would be the cooling and PCB design, and the brand of memory being used. The more important thing to consider would be customer service and warranty side of things, like if you need to RMA a card for repair or replacement, do the manufacturer has service centre in UK or Europe, or do you need to send the card all the way over to Asia (i.e. Hong Kong, Taiwan). Keep in mind the cost of shipping would be payable by the customer (at the very least the part which they send the faulty product to the manufacturer). Some manufacturer may send you the repaired card or replacement out of their own cost without you having to pay for it and some would charge you for it.
Edited by: "MarineRX179" 30th Apr
CeruTim6 h, 44 m ago

I don't see this as a good deal. The 10 series was launched in 2016 and …I don't see this as a good deal. The 10 series was launched in 2016 and this Ti is just a minor refresh of a standard 1070. Just because prices have recently soared doesn't make it a value buy. It's a 3rd tier card after all, and 2 years is an eternity when it comes to PC components. £299 would be reasonable value. Nvidia must be ecstatic that their 2 year old cards are priced so high and selling out. No wonder they didn't bother launching the next gen cards!


But that is like saying a classic car shouldn't be worth anything because it is X amount of years old
MarineRX1792 h, 58 m ago

The more important thing to consider would be customer service and …The more important thing to consider would be customer service and warranty side of things

Thanks for the info. Any recommendations on who has the best warranty and customer support? I've tended to buy Gigabyte in the past, but not for any particularly good reason.
jaydeeuk127th Apr

Might as well wait till July, probably the worst time to overspend on a 2 …Might as well wait till July, probably the worst time to overspend on a 2 years old graphics car.



I don't think the 1170 / 1180 is likely to be out in July. September is looking likely for an announcement at Gamescon, with actual availability maybe even later.

Buy a card now and use it for 4 hours a day, you'll have clocked up 600 hours before the end of September. Sell the card for half what you paid and it will have cost you 35p an hour. My other hobby (motor racing) costs around £7.50 a minute, so this is over 1000 times cheaper. Right, that's justified that, where's my credit card?
Dodge6258 m ago

Thanks for the info. Any recommendations on who has the best warranty and …Thanks for the info. Any recommendations on who has the best warranty and customer support? I've tended to buy Gigabyte in the past, but not for any particularly good reason.


Gigabyte is supposed to be quite good in terms of support, and also it has a UK service centre so the turn around time "should" be quicker than other brand that has their centre in Netherland or other part of Europe etc.

I vaguely recall EVGA was gonna open a service centre in the UK or something, but haven't really been checking for updates regarding that.
alera8 h, 20 m ago

I don't get pc gaming at all. Ridiculously expensive plus hassle building …I don't get pc gaming at all. Ridiculously expensive plus hassle building the rig.


Agree with you but I, nor you, are the demographic.

For example, to play Project Cars 2 on my PC with a Nvidia770, I have to run it on very low, at 1080p on a 2k monitor, just to get a steady 60fps, but I don't mind. Its the gameplay that's keeping me hooked.

Same reason why Xbone is my primary, controller feels good, games boot up without issue, and that's all I need
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