PALIT GEFORCE GTX 1070TI JETSTREAM 8192MB £409.85 delivered @ Overclockers
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PALIT GEFORCE GTX 1070TI JETSTREAM 8192MB £409.85 delivered @ Overclockers

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Found 30th Apr
Cheapest 1070 ti deal I've seen.

Clock: 1607MHz
Boost Clock: 1683MHz
Memory: 8192MB 8000MHz GDDR5
Stream Processors: 2432
SLIReady
VR Ready
PhysX/CUDA Enabled
2 Years Warranty.

It seems to show up as 449 on my mobile browser but 399.95 when viewing on desktop browsers. Deal also expires at 6pm today.


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craigtumilty35 m ago

So tempted by this but I'm in no rush so going to wait for another month …So tempted by this but I'm in no rush so going to wait for another month and see what happens.Looking for a decsnt card for my racing sim


Think I’m the same, waited so long now, I may as well wait for new cards or even lower prices
Ever since I saw the first GPU on here in the 2000's I have read, "wait..." (for the next edition, for prices will come down, etc.)... then the next GPU deal is posted... and again advice is, "wait..."

... and so it goes on. Meanwhile, I'm still waiting to update my GeForce 256 Series card

(can't wait for that magical GPU deal we all agree... "this is the one we have been waiting for!!!!".. I will be so fast on that 'buy' button!!)
Edited by: "jcrider" 30th Apr
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So tempted by this but I'm in no rush so going to wait for another month and see what happens.

Looking for a decsnt card for my racing sim
craigtumilty35 m ago

So tempted by this but I'm in no rush so going to wait for another month …So tempted by this but I'm in no rush so going to wait for another month and see what happens.Looking for a decsnt card for my racing sim


Think I’m the same, waited so long now, I may as well wait for new cards or even lower prices
Same.
Yes same.
This deserves more heat
decent deal and from a company with good customer service. Voted hot

still, this close to the launch of a new generation of gpu i am not sure it is wise to upgrade now unless needs must. (I myself am itching to get a 1080ti to replace my 980, but hoping to hold on to get an 1180 in a few months time. (should be july - sept time i hope)
Is this much of an upgrade from a 980ti
Ye same will wait for new cards, old prices not so good I have to have it, £410 not that gr8 really, a 1070 @£300 might tempt me 1070ti @ £350 maybe?

Also ngreedia screwed the pouch here with all there flim flam, price hike, stock hording, them and the board partners now its come back to bite them, also the used market gets btr and more tempting every day and btr n btr prices, they're gonna have some issues selling off old stock now ROFL

Also some speculation of newish amd cards this year maybe a vega refresh of sorts? who knows I'm inclined to go amd (new or used) due to the NVidia greed, behaviour and mind games not to mention the insane prices.
I'm waiting for something with 1080 Ti power at ~£430, or 1080 power at £330. Maybe Amazon Warehouse in a year or so...
I am in the same position, been wanting to build a new PC for ages but inflated GFX prices are putting me off. As soon as a GTX 1080 hits £400 I am going to pull the trigger. It may even be the end of 2018 at this rate. Worked out quite well because I can now pick up a Ryzen 2700 at the same time.
Brace yourselves, the belated price drop is upon us.
coventgamer8 m ago

Is this much of an upgrade from a 980ti


No. Overclock and you'll not be far off
Edited by: "BB93" 30th Apr
Why would you go for this rather than the founders edition for the extra £10?

Genuine question

nvidia.co.uk/buy…ti/
coventgamer19 m ago

Is this much of an upgrade from a 980ti



it is an upgrade but not massive imo. i would hang fire and get an 1170 if you want a significant upgrade at that price point
grin140830th Apr

Why would you go for this rather than the founders edition for the extra …Why would you go for this rather than the founders edition for the extra £10?Genuine question https://www.nvidia.co.uk/buy/graphics-cards/geforce/gtx-1070-ti/



if you are only using 1 card and have decent air flow, the aftermarket coolers are better on the 3rd party cards than the nvidia blowers... the nvidia cards are louder and thermal throttle sooner - again IF you have good air flow in your case -.

if you have a smaller case which is packed full, or use 2 cards in sli, then perhaps the nvidia coolers make some sense.
grin140830th Apr

Why would you go for this rather than the founders edition for the extra …Why would you go for this rather than the founders edition for the extra £10?Genuine question https://www.nvidia.co.uk/buy/graphics-cards/geforce/gtx-1070-ti/



Because the founder's edition is almost always OOS.
BB9348 m ago

No. Overclock and you'll not be far off


Not much of an upgrade, if any it's this is just more efficient. I would not recommend to replace your gtx 980ti with a gtx 1070ti. And if you're only using 1080p, there is no point on getting a gtx 1080/(ti).
^^ Unless you're running a 144hz panel.

I've got a 1070ti pushing my 2560x1080 ultrawide - it a 144hz panel but I lock it to 120hz because that seems to be where my rig likes to sit anyway, and the returns are diminishing at that point - and it's great. I still have to turn some settings down in some demanding games to get higher in the FPS, but it's worth it for the smoothness.

The 1070ti is a great card (95% of a gtx1080) especially at this price - very hot.
Don't rush in - prices are coming down!
Ever since I saw the first GPU on here in the 2000's I have read, "wait..." (for the next edition, for prices will come down, etc.)... then the next GPU deal is posted... and again advice is, "wait..."

... and so it goes on. Meanwhile, I'm still waiting to update my GeForce 256 Series card

(can't wait for that magical GPU deal we all agree... "this is the one we have been waiting for!!!!".. I will be so fast on that 'buy' button!!)
Edited by: "jcrider" 30th Apr
My thanks to the mods for adding delivery details and tidying up my post - guess I was just too eager to get my first deal posted
jcrider18 m ago

Ever since I saw the first GPU on here in the 2000's I have read, …Ever since I saw the first GPU on here in the 2000's I have read, "wait..." (for the next edition, for prices will come down, etc.)... then the next GPU deal is posted... and again advice is, "wait..."... and so it goes on. Meanwhile, I'm still waiting to update my GeForce 256 Series card(can't wait for that magical GPU deal we all agree... "this is the one we have been waiting for!!!!".. I will be so fast on that 'buy' button!!)


I agree with a lot of this post. For a lot of people it seems they view it as an investment and one they can make money on and find the best deal and that is okay. To an extent I agree with this mentality but I would view it more like a cinema ticket I pay for admission I get my entertainment and then after I have used it I'm not so bothered trying to get anything back.

You see this kind of trend with other stuff as well and technology ages very fast anyway.
@Don_keb068d6 You're welcome, thanks for posting
jcrider27 m ago

Ever since I saw the first GPU on here in the 2000's I have read, …Ever since I saw the first GPU on here in the 2000's I have read, "wait..." (for the next edition, for prices will come down, etc.)... then the next GPU deal is posted... and again advice is, "wait..."... and so it goes on. Meanwhile, I'm still waiting to update my GeForce 256 Series card(can't wait for that magical GPU deal we all agree... "this is the one we have been waiting for!!!!".. I will be so fast on that 'buy' button!!)


Like trying to buy a decent unicorn 🦄
This is a nice price, the best I have seen for a new 1070 ti so far. If you are willing to overclock (very safe using software like MSI afterburner because these GPUs have hardware level protection built in) then a 1070 TI will basically match the performance of a stock 1080.

The only downside is Palit only seem to offer a 2 year warranty where most other makers like EVGA offer 3 years and Zotac even do 5 years I believe.

I *need* a new graphics card beause I had to return a faulty 1080 I bought just over a month ago. I requested a refund rather than a repair or exchange and they are out of stock of the model I bought, so I'm crossing my fingers they will do it and then I can save some money as prices keep falling.
joeyjoejoe5 m ago

Like trying to buy a decent unicorn 🦄


Yes I'm after one of those too as the last one I had ran off.

I'm also waiting for a decent deal on a hammer for knocking in glass nails
jcrider37 m ago

Ever since I saw the first GPU on here in the 2000's I have read, …Ever since I saw the first GPU on here in the 2000's I have read, "wait..." (for the next edition, for prices will come down, etc.)... then the next GPU deal is posted... and again advice is, "wait..."... and so it goes on. Meanwhile, I'm still waiting to update my GeForce 256 Series card(can't wait for that magical GPU deal we all agree... "this is the one we have been waiting for!!!!".. I will be so fast on that 'buy' button!!)


There is truth in this, but then, take the guy with the 980ti..... if a 980ti was not good enough then the 1070ti could have been bought for this price 7 months ago...... he has waited this long so what is another 3 months?.

when the next series launched then it WILL probably be a good time to buy a 1170, ie at the start of the generation not the end.... of course if your gpu goes pop, or you are just getting into pc gaming with no gaming gpu to come from then this is a better time to jump in than 3 weeks ago ... <shrugs>

PS to answer yoru question... at 4k gaming my gut feeling the 1180ti when it comes will be a gpu to last a long time.... capable of runinng most games, at least for the foreseeable at 4k / 60 fps at full detail.

the 1080ti is not there yet, i dont think the 1180 will be quite there either... but the 1180ti i reckon could well be... bug again, get close to launch, OR at end of life, not 4 months before the 12 series comes out.


note all that said, it IS a hot deal at the moment because no where is doing better. only 30 mins and 50 units left to go.
Edited by: "bigmike20vt" 30th Apr
coventgamer2 h, 51 m ago

Is this much of an upgrade from a 980ti


Not enough to justify the money. It depends on what games you are playing and at what resolution, but in general a 980ti is still a good card with 6GB of Vram and enough speed to run most games pretty well at good FPS. You should hang on until the 1080ti is within your budget to see a decent performance jump.
Tempted but going to wait, always been AMD buyer but the no spin fans 0db <50/60C is great. Plus considering a new monitor with gsync and nvidia shield.
I have the zotac 1070ti in my partpicker list as it has a 5y warranty. Think it is worth the extra as if spending £400 would like a bit more guarantee with it.
Is an old card and still expensive...

me no buy
Edited by: "mojojo" 30th Apr
jcrider:
Ever since I saw the first GPU on here in the 2000's I have read, "wait..." (for the next edition, for prices will come down, etc.)... then the next GPU deal is posted... and again advice is, "wait..."

... and so it goes on. Meanwhile, I'm still waiting to update my GeForce 256 Series card

(can't wait for that magical GPU deal we all agree... "this is the one we have been waiting for!!!!".. I will be so fast on that 'buy' button!!)

Annihilator Pro by any chance?
I dropped £200 on that bad boy back in late 90's for the hardware texture and lighting etc.
Just to play Q3.
Edited by: "Bad.Actor" 30th Apr
mojojo27 m ago

Is an old card


6 months isn't old!
Old architecture, sure - but it isn't like we have definitive date, price point or capabilities for the 11 series.
I'm another one waiting to upgrade from my R9 280x. Things finally looking good to get a decent priced 1060 or even 1070 if they keep coming down. Although i refuse to pay 400 quid for a GPU. You can buy a PS4 and a bloody Xbox for that for god sake.
Anyway, keep those prices coming down please retailers!
James_Newman4 h, 5 m ago

Brace yourselves, the belated price drop is upon us.


Depends on what people's expectations are!

New models are nearly always priced higher than the previous generation. Even more so now given they'll be using the more expensive GDDR6 ram.

Speculation is that the 1180/2080 will be priced at $699 (around £510) while the 1170/2070 will be $499 (around £360). Given the markup of our consumer goods, the UK retail price is going to be a lot closer to £699/£499 than it is to £510/£360.

That pricing leaves plenty of wiggle room for the GTX 1080/1070/1060 to fall back & remain close to their original RRP.

What we are seeing with the Iphone/Galaxy is the same thing that will happen to GPU's. A few years ago, the top model was less than £500. Now you won't get too much change from a grand. This allows the previous gen prices to remain artificially high & that's the exact same thing that is going on with graphic cards. Look at the Ryzen CPU's. Amazon dot com have the 1800x for 20 dollars less than the new 2700x. Current GPU pricing will come down, but their final pricing tier will leave many people upset at how high they end up.
Zephid23 m ago

I'm another one waiting to upgrade from my R9 280x. Things finally looking …I'm another one waiting to upgrade from my R9 280x. Things finally looking good to get a decent priced 1060 or even 1070 if they keep coming down. Although i refuse to pay 400 quid for a GPU. You can buy a PS4 and a bloody Xbox for that for god sake. Anyway, keep those prices coming down please retailers!


If you go for a 1060 make sure to get the 6GB version.
mastin57 m ago

Depends on what people's expectations are!New models are nearly always …Depends on what people's expectations are!New models are nearly always priced higher than the previous generation. Even more so now given they'll be using the more expensive GDDR6 ram. Speculation is that the 1180/2080 will be priced at $699 (around £510) while the 1170/2070 will be $499 (around £360). Given the markup of our consumer goods, the UK retail price is going to be a lot closer to £699/£499 than it is to £510/£360.That pricing leaves plenty of wiggle room for the GTX 1080/1070/1060 to fall back & remain close to their original RRP. What we are seeing with the Iphone/Galaxy is the same thing that will happen to GPU's. A few years ago, the top model was less than £500. Now you won't get too much change from a grand. This allows the previous gen prices to remain artificially high & that's the exact same thing that is going on with graphic cards. Look at the Ryzen CPU's. Amazon dot com have the 1800x for 20 dollars less than the new 2700x. Current GPU pricing will come down, but their final pricing tier will leave many people upset at how high they end up.



If those are the prices I won't be buying any 11 series or 10 series new, i'll just goto the used market get a 10 series for a much cheaper price and make sure I don't give my money to ngreedia, I think many will do the same, and once these asics hit next month it will be a used fire sale, then we'll have a load of people spending what money they have buying in the used market because of the new gpu price hikes.

If there's that much money to be saved we'll all be doing esp. since all our 1080p/1440p needs are already met on the 10 series & polaris cards & if there is 4k gaming on the 11XX cards then the prices will be so high is to make many hold off until they see sales or next gen or amd/vega refresh.

NVidia gets nothing of the used market cash so they better be very careful on how this goes down not to mention all the bad PR and stick they will receive from everyone, while pushing more over to amd.
Edited by: "revolver31" 30th Apr
quertbarbie624 h, 10 m ago

Not much of an upgrade, if any it's this is just more efficient. I would …Not much of an upgrade, if any it's this is just more efficient. I would not recommend to replace your gtx 980ti with a gtx 1070ti. And if you're only using 1080p, there is no point on getting a gtx 1080/(ti).


I game in 1440p 144hz
I'm considering upgrading. I'm currently rocking a Ryzen 5 1600 & GTX 970 and getting 75-90ish fps (Mostly high settings on BF1)on a 144hz/1080p/27in monitor, but I'm not sure what kind of money/purchases I would require to make the jump to 1440p/144hz.
Edited by: "jaybizzle" 30th Apr
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