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Palit GTX 1080 Ti GameRock Edition - £674.97 @ Laptops Direct

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Found 14th Dec 2017
Down from £724.99 - very good deal taking into consideration it does not Thermal Throttle like the mini ones from Zotac or the Armor OC series from MSI.

It is factory overclocked and I have found many reviews with positive feedback.

I would have bought it, but I am waiting for Ryzen 2 to do a complete overhaul of my PC.

I thought one of you might want to get it.
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Bought x10 for my non-existent mining rig, this will help the graphics cards grow in price that is my goal as a "miner". xD
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+ free Destinity 2
same price on amazon but you don't get the free game
Edited by: "anza" 14th Dec 2017
Still massively overpriced due to the current market. Only problem is now they have been able to inflate the costs so much due to the demand from crypto I doubt even when that dies down they will ever fall to realistic prices
simonwakefield15 m ago

Still massively overpriced due to the current market. Only problem is now …Still massively overpriced due to the current market. Only problem is now they have been able to inflate the costs so much due to the demand from crypto I doubt even when that dies down they will ever fall to realistic prices


They don't use these in crypto any more, all purpose built cards these days. Totally different market.

The only think holding 10xx card pricing up is the lack of an 11 series.
anza14 m ago

+ free Destinity 2same price on amazon but you don't get the free game


Is that similar to Destiny 2?
Is this the worst.full sized 1080ti?
ashm886 m ago

Is that similar to Destiny 2?


almost, slightly better ....
MazingerZ2 m ago

Is this the worst.full sized 1080ti?


Nope. By far one of the good one you can also overclock.
simonwakefield123 m ago

Still massively overpriced due to the current market. Only problem is now …Still massively overpriced due to the current market. Only problem is now they have been able to inflate the costs so much due to the demand from crypto I doubt even when that dies down they will ever fall to realistic prices


Highly doubt your argument proves to be right - GTX 1070s are widely used from the green team & RX480s and RX580s from the red team.

Spending double on GTX 1080 Ti when you get only 10-20% performance improvement (if that much) on crypto-mining is not worth it in the eyes of the miners - it does not make sense from a financial & economic point of view (taking into consideration the doubled power consumption).
Edited by: "MrJohnGreeg" 14th Dec 2017
Bought x10 for my non-existent mining rig, this will help the graphics cards grow in price that is my goal as a "miner". xD
Isn't the 11 series out early 2018?

Good deal but think I'm just gonna hold off.
Gormond41 m ago

Isn't the 11 series out early 2018?Good deal but think I'm just gonna hold …Isn't the 11 series out early 2018?Good deal but think I'm just gonna hold off.


The next gen Nvidia cards are expected to arrive any time in H1 2018, quite when it anyone's guess.

That said, I agree with you. It's too late to buy a 1080Ti assuming an 1170 with offer similar performance for around £400 within the next six months.
ro53ben2 h, 18 m ago

They don't use these in crypto any more, all purpose built cards these …They don't use these in crypto any more, all purpose built cards these days. Totally different market.The only think holding 10xx card pricing up is the lack of an 11 series.


I am unsure where you got that from but 1080tis are still used in crypto mining. And will be until something better comes along. I'd stick with the 1070ti though.
This would have to be under £600 for me to consider.
CAL2327 m ago

This would have to be under £600 for me to consider.


You can buy a zotac gtx 1080ti mini from aria.co.uk for 616 if that helps
Szabster1 h, 6 m ago

I am unsure where you got that from but 1080tis are still used in crypto …I am unsure where you got that from but 1080tis are still used in crypto mining. And will be until something better comes along. I'd stick with the 1070ti though.



I'm doubly unsure where you got your figures from.

legitreviews.com/bes…229


I've actually not heard anyone buy a 1080 ti for mining only. At best, I know someone who mines with their main rig while they are not gaming... But certainly not to the point of 'over priced because of Crypto'.

The 1070 is the card most impacted along with the 480 and 580.

700 quid for 32 Mh versus 350 for 27 mh... I think you can do the math ;-)
Nate149258 m ago

I'm doubly unsure where you got your figures …I'm doubly unsure where you got your figures from.http://www.legitreviews.com/best-gpu-ethereum-mining-nvidia-amd-tested_195229I've actually not heard anyone buy a 1080 ti for mining only. At best, I know someone who mines with their main rig while they are not gaming... But certainly not to the point of 'over priced because of Crypto'.The 1070 is the card most impacted along with the 480 and 580.700 quid for 32 Mh versus 350 for 27 mh... I think you can do the math ;-)


Ain't nobody would mine ethereum with GDDR5X mate. Ain't nobody would buy 1080ti for 700 quid in their right mind either. 700+ mhs on equihash Vs 400mhs. You do your maths
MrJohnGreeg4 h, 19 m ago

Highly doubt your argument proves to be right - GTX 1070s are widely used …Highly doubt your argument proves to be right - GTX 1070s are widely used from the green team & RX480s and RX580s from the red team.Spending double on GTX 1080 Ti when you get only 10-20% performance improvement (if that much) on crypto-mining is not worth it in the eyes of the miners - it does not make sense from a financial & economic point of view (taking into consideration the doubled power consumption).


I'm not saying these cards are worth it for mining but the crypto craze pushed the prices up on those that had the best bang for the buck for mining and every other card adjusted upwards accordingly. The normal situation is cards fall in price after launch where as pretty much every card on the market is selling for signficantly more than its launch price now
Szabster17 m ago

Ain't nobody would mine ethereum with GDDR5X mate. Ain't nobody would buy …Ain't nobody would mine ethereum with GDDR5X mate. Ain't nobody would buy 1080ti for 700 quid in their right mind either. 700+ mhs on equihash Vs 400mhs. You do your maths



Your point is not clear and your use of 'ain't' seems to be some slight...?

But when you fudge numbers to make an argument, it doesn't really end well, does it?

en.wikibooks.org/wik…son

Zcash (equihash) is 490 on a 1070 and 790 on the 1080ti...

Anyway, I still think the crypto miners are not buying 1080tis at any rate.
waiting like 2 months for volta
Nate14921 h, 53 m ago

Your point is not clear and your use of 'ain't' seems to be some …Your point is not clear and your use of 'ain't' seems to be some slight...?But when you fudge numbers to make an argument, it doesn't really end well, does it?https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/ZCash_mining_GPU_ComparisonZcash (equihash) is 490 on a 1070 and 790 on the 1080ti...Anyway, I still think the crypto miners are not buying 1080tis at any rate.


My apologies, I was at work and could not get myself to express my thoughts in a more fashionable way.

Speaking of fudging numbers. You kinda said that look at this herring and turtle. The herring can swim a bit faster than the turtle but God it sucks at running!

GDDR5X sucks at memory heavy algos like dagger hashimoto or neoscrypt. Therefore using 1080ti's for any of this is very inefficient. However there are plenty of algorithms like equihash that benefit from more core processing power so 3584 cuda are naturally better and faster than 1920 cuda cores that you can find in a 1070.

If you notice you said 490 for a 1070 and 790 for a 1080ti. Now compare that to what I said. Now think about limiting the TDP which everybody does unless you have free electricity which most people don't. See the difference?



So why would people buy 1080ti's instead of 1070s? Because you can cram an average 6 of them into a standard motherboard and up to 13 into a specialist one. 6x490 is 2940 while 6x790 is 4740. For any more you would have to buy another motherboard, PSU, CPU, memory, SSD, risers...

Oh, and two years down the line the 1080ti would still be worth more on the used GPU market than a 1070.

I hope this answers the question of why miners would buy 1080ti's. Of course they would not buy it for 675 quid, there are plenty around for 50 quid less.

Gobble gobble!
Szabster4 h, 38 m ago

My apologies, I was at work and could not get myself to express my …My apologies, I was at work and could not get myself to express my thoughts in a more fashionable way. Speaking of fudging numbers. You kinda said that look at this herring and turtle. The herring can swim a bit faster than the turtle but God it sucks at running! GDDR5X sucks at memory heavy algos like dagger hashimoto or neoscrypt. Therefore using 1080ti's for any of this is very inefficient. However there are plenty of algorithms like equihash that benefit from more core processing power so 3584 cuda are naturally better and faster than 1920 cuda cores that you can find in a 1070. If you notice you said 490 for a 1070 and 790 for a 1080ti. Now compare that to what I said. Now think about limiting the TDP which everybody does unless you have free electricity which most people don't. See the difference? So why would people buy 1080ti's instead of 1070s? Because you can cram an average 6 of them into a standard motherboard and up to 13 into a specialist one. 6x490 is 2940 while 6x790 is 4740. For any more you would have to buy another motherboard, PSU, CPU, memory, SSD, risers... Oh, and two years down the line the 1080ti would still be worth more on the used GPU market than a 1070. I hope this answers the question of why miners would buy 1080ti's. Of course they would not buy it for 675 quid, there are plenty around for 50 quid less. Gobble gobble!


Spot on. Currently whats happening. More density with 1080tis and better value on the used market.
Szabster7 h, 31 m ago

My apologies, I was at work and could not get myself to express my …My apologies, I was at work and could not get myself to express my thoughts in a more fashionable way. Speaking of fudging numbers. You kinda said that look at this herring and turtle. The herring can swim a bit faster than the turtle but God it sucks at running! GDDR5X sucks at memory heavy algos like dagger hashimoto or neoscrypt. Therefore using 1080ti's for any of this is very inefficient. However there are plenty of algorithms like equihash that benefit from more core processing power so 3584 cuda are naturally better and faster than 1920 cuda cores that you can find in a 1070. If you notice you said 490 for a 1070 and 790 for a 1080ti. Now compare that to what I said. Now think about limiting the TDP which everybody does unless you have free electricity which most people don't. See the difference? So why would people buy 1080ti's instead of 1070s? Because you can cram an average 6 of them into a standard motherboard and up to 13 into a specialist one. 6x490 is 2940 while 6x790 is 4740. For any more you would have to buy another motherboard, PSU, CPU, memory, SSD, risers... Oh, and two years down the line the 1080ti would still be worth more on the used GPU market than a 1070. I hope this answers the question of why miners would buy 1080ti's. Of course they would not buy it for 675 quid, there are plenty around for 50 quid less. Gobble gobble!


I mean, you are missing actual profit margins completely and totally fudging numbers.

Let's do some cost based analysis and analyze your assertions.

1) Simple numbers.

490 x 6 is indeed 2940. 6x4740 is indeed 4740.

However, here's the kicker.

12 x 490 5880.

So, even in this perfect world, you have to make up 25% value in the rest of the hardware. Not a chance the hardware costs anywhere near that since 25% of that is about 930 quid!

So, that's a lot of money extra.

But you said another interesting thing about power.

2) The powerdraw of the 1080ti is around 400 watts. The power draw of the 1070 is... wait for it... 300 watts!

Double the power draw, less numbers. Yes, you can buy the 1080tis, but they chug double the power, cost double the price, but only perform 160% better.

3) Resale of 2 year old graphics cards are not good. The 980ti is selling for around 200-250 quid. The original cost was about 550 quid. A resale value of 45%. The 970 is reselling for around 100 quid with original RRP of 250 quid. This is around 40%. The prices have held up pretty well, considering the 980ti is 8 months younger, that '45%' will likely come down to closer to 40%... But this is rough numbers and the point is simple: The 980ti hasn't retained a higher percent value than the 970, even with the 970 memory debacle.

4) Add them all up. 25% better mining performance at equal power draw, with identical resale value.... The 1070 is a slam dunk better buy.

5) So yes, I agree, people are dumb. People do dumb things. Yes. Someone has bought the 1080ti for crypto. But not in bulk. Not at a large scale, and certainly not after any reasonable cost analysis.

Also, let's be clear, the 1080ti being priced at 625 quid is new. These are the lowest prices I've seen the 1080ti for ages.
Im looking for a laptop for my son with a budget of £400. Can anybody recommend one that will meet these requirements for the game gmod please

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stevo61051 h, 55 m ago

Im looking for a laptop for my son with a budget of £400. Can anybody …Im looking for a laptop for my son with a budget of £400. Can anybody recommend one that will meet these requirements for the game gmod pleaseMINIMUM:OS: Windows® Vista/XPProcessor: 1.8 GHz ProcessorMemory: 2 GB RAMGraphics: DirectX® 9 level Graphics Card (Requires support for SSE)DirectX: Version 9.0cNetwork: Broadband Internet connectionStorage: 5 GB available spaceSound Card: DirectX® 9 compatibleAdditional Notes: Mouse, Keyboard, MonitorRECOMMENDED:OS: Windows® 7/8/8.1/10Processor: 2.5 GHz Processor or betterMemory: 8 GB RAMGraphics: 1GB dedicated VRAM or betterDirectX: Version 9.0cNetwork: Broadband Internet connectionStorage: 10 GB available space

This sounds like a very old game he want to play. Which one is it?

Not many good laptops with dedicAted graphics cards at this price point which is what he will need to get the most out of gaming. I would look for something with a gtx 1050 or similar but you may have to pay a little more than 5-600
gowf2 h, 5 m ago

This sounds like a very old game he want to play. Which one is it? Not …This sounds like a very old game he want to play. Which one is it? Not many good laptops with dedicAted graphics cards at this price point which is what he will need to get the most out of gaming. I would look for something with a gtx 1050 or similar but you may have to pay a little more than 5-600


Its called garrys mod. Its weird game its like were you create your own props or something and worlds. Its something hes found on youtube. I have not got a clue about graphics cards ect so thats why im after a bit of help. Really dont want to be paying 5 to 600 though. Jesus
Garry's Mod is a great game. Can be fairly demanding due to the amount of props etc. But it's still just a source game so not the worse in the world!

If I remember correctly, CPU was more important for Source...
Nate149212 h, 7 m ago

I mean, you are missing actual profit margins completely and totally …I mean, you are missing actual profit margins completely and totally fudging numbers.Let's do some cost based analysis and analyze your assertions.1) Simple numbers.490 x 6 is indeed 2940. 6x4740 is indeed 4740.However, here's the kicker.12 x 490 5880.So, even in this perfect world, you have to make up 25% value in the rest of the hardware. Not a chance the hardware costs anywhere near that since 25% of that is about 930 quid!So, that's a lot of money extra.But you said another interesting thing about power.2) The powerdraw of the 1080ti is around 400 watts. The power draw of the 1070 is... wait for it... 300 watts!Double the power draw, less numbers. Yes, you can buy the 1080tis, but they chug double the power, cost double the price, but only perform 160% better.3) Resale of 2 year old graphics cards are not good. The 980ti is selling for around 200-250 quid. The original cost was about 550 quid. A resale value of 45%. The 970 is reselling for around 100 quid with original RRP of 250 quid. This is around 40%. The prices have held up pretty well, considering the 980ti is 8 months younger, that '45%' will likely come down to closer to 40%... But this is rough numbers and the point is simple: The 980ti hasn't retained a higher percent value than the 970, even with the 970 memory debacle.4) Add them all up. 25% better mining performance at equal power draw, with identical resale value.... The 1070 is a slam dunk better buy.5) So yes, I agree, people are dumb. People do dumb things. Yes. Someone has bought the 1080ti for crypto. But not in bulk. Not at a large scale, and certainly not after any reasonable cost analysis. Also, let's be clear, the 1080ti being priced at 625 quid is new. These are the lowest prices I've seen the 1080ti for ages.


You really want to win an arguement don't you? However one thing is clear that you read up on things but don't really have a clue as to what miners actually do (and how). Let me point out a few flaws in your logic and I think I'm done before you send me a link to a "Bitcoin is a bubble and it's about to burst" YouTube video.

1. You could also put 12 1080ti's into a BTC+ board, not just 1070's.
2. Read up on what difficulty is and why in the long run it's better to have the 1080ti's because even with increased difficulty you would get more shares due to your hash rate.
3. Don't disregard the fact that what you are talking about once again is 100% tdp or even more. Nobody in their right mind (once again) would run a 1080ti anywhere near that TDP unless you have free electricity. 1080ti's are usually used at 60% or 65% TDP for a reason.
4. Resale value is one thing, can you sell it? Would anyone buy it? It's about whether you would have anyone who wanted a 1080ti in 2 years time. Probably more than people wanting 1070s. However, you've got a point, it's almost irrelevant as most miners would just run the cards into the ground.
5. I am not saying that the 1080tis are regularly available for £620. However if you take it seriously you buy cards when they are cheap, right? Amazon France had them for 580 not long ago.
6. At the moment I would only buy 1070ti's for mining and run them into the ground. But that's just me. Some people don't mind spending more money on it. ROI depends on what you mine and how lucky you are. Since Nicehash went down I am fairly certain you could get ur ROI within a year. Actually, I just had a look and it's possible to have ROI within 180 days with 6 1080ti's.

Gobble gobble!
stevo61056 h, 46 m ago

Its called garrys mod. Its weird game its like were you create your own …Its called garrys mod. Its weird game its like were you create your own props or something and worlds. Its something hes found on youtube. I have not got a clue about graphics cards ect so thats why im after a bit of help. Really dont want to be paying 5 to 600 though. Jesus

I think you can get older graphics cards that will work but honestly at your price point you will not find one with a good dedicated graphics card which is really what is necessary for gaming.

Does your son need a laptop or a desktop ok? He will get far more for his money as a desktop.
l33t-krew6 h, 4 m ago

Garry's Mod is a great game. Can be fairly demanding due to the amount of …Garry's Mod is a great game. Can be fairly demanding due to the amount of props etc. But it's still just a source game so not the worse in the world! If I remember correctly, CPU was more important for Source...


Any old cpu or a modern 1? What costs would i be looking at bud?
Szabster15th Dec

You really want to win an arguement don't you? However one thing is …You really want to win an arguement don't you? However one thing is clear that you read up on things but don't really have a clue as to what miners actually do (and how). Let me point out a few flaws in your logic and I think I'm done before you send me a link to a "Bitcoin is a bubble and it's about to burst" YouTube video.1. You could also put 12 1080ti's into a BTC+ board, not just 1070's.2. Read up on what difficulty is and why in the long run it's better to have the 1080ti's because even with increased difficulty you would get more shares due to your hash rate.3. Don't disregard the fact that what you are talking about once again is 100% tdp or even more. Nobody in their right mind (once again) would run a 1080ti anywhere near that TDP unless you have free electricity. 1080ti's are usually used at 60% or 65% TDP for a reason.4. Resale value is one thing, can you sell it? Would anyone buy it? It's about whether you would have anyone who wanted a 1080ti in 2 years time. Probably more than people wanting 1070s. However, you've got a point, it's almost irrelevant as most miners would just run the cards into the ground.5. I am not saying that the 1080tis are regularly available for £620. However if you take it seriously you buy cards when they are cheap, right? Amazon France had them for 580 not long ago.6. At the moment I would only buy 1070ti's for mining and run them into the ground. But that's just me. Some people don't mind spending more money on it. ROI depends on what you mine and how lucky you are. Since Nicehash went down I am fairly certain you could get ur ROI within a year. Actually, I just had a look and it's possible to have ROI within 180 days with 6 1080ti's. Gobble gobble!


1) The point isn't whether you could put 12 or 6, the point is the 1070s are better mining value. If you bought 6 1080tis, you could buy 12 1070s and 2 sets of equipment and still make more money with the 1070s.

2) 6 1080tis versus 12 1070s is the comparison, the 12 1070s would be 'better when things got harder' too as they have a faster has rate.

3) You will be running the 1070s at lower TDP too, the point is the 1080ti appears to take about double the power. There is all sorts of discussion about efficiency, but from what I've gathered, the 1070 is just more efficient.

4) Running the card into the ground is one issue, the other is simply that people pay less for a post miner card as they are used so heavily. But either way, there is no shortage of people picking up used 970s, they are a very common 'buy used' option and sell far more frequently than the 980ti.

5) The 1070s have also been cheap too, if we are going by the 'best deal seen' mantra, there were 1070s for 300. Shrug, I don't think this is valid.

6) I bet your ROI on 12 1070s is better!
Nate149228 m ago

1) The point isn't whether you could put 12 or 6, the point is the 1070s …1) The point isn't whether you could put 12 or 6, the point is the 1070s are better mining value. If you bought 6 1080tis, you could buy 12 1070s and 2 sets of equipment and still make more money with the 1070s.2) 6 1080tis versus 12 1070s is the comparison, the 12 1070s would be 'better when things got harder' too as they have a faster has rate.3) You will be running the 1070s at lower TDP too, the point is the 1080ti appears to take about double the power. There is all sorts of discussion about efficiency, but from what I've gathered, the 1070 is just more efficient.4) Running the card into the ground is one issue, the other is simply that people pay less for a post miner card as they are used so heavily. But either way, there is no shortage of people picking up used 970s, they are a very common 'buy used' option and sell far more frequently than the 980ti.5) The 1070s have also been cheap too, if we are going by the 'best deal seen' mantra, there were 1070s for 300. Shrug, I don't think this is valid.6) I bet your ROI on 12 1070s is better!


Again, so many things wrong with your arguments. However I had a look at your previous comments in other threads, it's clear that you love picking fights, mainly in IT related topics. It does look like you do some research, post some links to back your point and look smart and knowledgeable however especially in this case you still do not have any real knowledge on the topic. It's fine, I'm not here to pick a fight especially with someone who loves trolling and looking smart while doing it.

Gobble gobble!
Szabster27 m ago

Again, so many things wrong with your arguments. However I had a look at …Again, so many things wrong with your arguments. However I had a look at your previous comments in other threads, it's clear that you love picking fights, mainly in IT related topics. It does look like you do some research, post some links to back your point and look smart and knowledgeable however especially in this case you still do not have any real knowledge on the topic. It's fine, I'm not here to pick a fight especially with someone who loves trolling and looking smart while doing it. Gobble gobble!


That's a cheap out of a conversation. You can see I do research and discuss and make good points, but you are just hand waving my points here because... reasons?
Nate14928 h, 37 m ago

That's a cheap out of a conversation. You can see I do research and …That's a cheap out of a conversation. You can see I do research and discuss and make good points, but you are just hand waving my points here because... reasons?


You do some research and make points to be precise. Just look back at what you wrote, first comparing ethereum mining on 1080ti's and 1070's. Following me pointing out that the 1080 TI's are used for other algos like equihash you read up on it and grabbed two numbers that are not really representative of anything just to make a point. Of course you spiced it up with accusing me of fudging numbers so your fudged numbers/arguments are safe.

As I said, to you it's definitely research and discussion, to me it's talking to a troll who just wants to win an argument with the turtle and herring analogy.

God, that herring sucks at running.

Gobble gobble!
Szabster6 h, 29 m ago

You do some research and make points to be precise. Just look back at what …You do some research and make points to be precise. Just look back at what you wrote, first comparing ethereum mining on 1080ti's and 1070's. Following me pointing out that the 1080 TI's are used for other algos like equihash you read up on it and grabbed two numbers that are not really representative of anything just to make a point. Of course you spiced it up with accusing me of fudging numbers so your fudged numbers/arguments are safe. As I said, to you it's definitely research and discussion, to me it's talking to a troll who just wants to win an argument with the turtle and herring analogy. God, that herring sucks at running.Gobble gobble!


No, you made a claim and backed it up with *literally nothing*. You say that I 'grabbed two numbers' but, you do realize, *you* grabbed two numbers (See your link here: hotukdeals.com/com…845)

Two very wrong numbers that equate to you making up garbage, followed by better numbers (that you didn't disagree with).

It's actually hillarious you are trying to claim i fudged numbers when I linked my source. Which, again, you did not refute.
Nate14921 h, 41 m ago

No, you made a claim and backed it up with *literally nothing*. You say …No, you made a claim and backed it up with *literally nothing*. You say that I 'grabbed two numbers' but, you do realize, *you* grabbed two numbers (See your link here: https://www.hotukdeals.com/comments/permalink/32739845)Two very wrong numbers that equate to you making up garbage, followed by better numbers (that you didn't disagree with).It's actually hillarious you are trying to claim i fudged numbers when I linked my source. Which, again, you did not refute.


It's okay mate, sit down, everything is good. You win! Nobody buys 1080ti's for mining! Anyone who says so is a liar! They do suck at ethereum, you are absolutely right! Your numbers from some random website are definitely better! Your arguments are valid and impeccable! If I could give you a medal I would but please do not join in the flat earth society, I know their websites are very convincing as well but I am getting a bit more emotional around Christmas time and your mental health means a lot more to me than winning an argument that you are clearly winning with your cold hard evidence when you've never been anywhere near any mining rigs. It's OK Nate, you won. Please stay away from flat-earthers.

Gobble gobble!
Szabster7 h, 20 m ago

It's okay mate, sit down, everything is good. You win! Nobody buys …It's okay mate, sit down, everything is good. You win! Nobody buys 1080ti's for mining! Anyone who says so is a liar! They do suck at ethereum, you are absolutely right! Your numbers from some random website are definitely better! Your arguments are valid and impeccable! If I could give you a medal I would but please do not join in the flat earth society, I know their websites are very convincing as well but I am getting a bit more emotional around Christmas time and your mental health means a lot more to me than winning an argument that you are clearly winning with your cold hard evidence when you've never been anywhere near any mining rigs. It's OK Nate, you won. Please stay away from flat-earthers.Gobble gobble!


Way to be immature and unreasonable. No one is forcing you into a conversation, you choice to talk here, and now you are acting rude, why bother?

All that 'gobble gobble' garbage at the end of your post, your overwhelmingly rude and condescending approach to the conversation. And the 'check out' by extreme sarcasm.

We get it, you feel you are right and too good for a conversation. You brought sarcasm and laziness to the thread, when approached with some facts, you acted as if they were incorrect and simply wanted us to accept some vague notion.

Don't bother, you're not worth my time anymore. Feel free to post another witty reply that ends with 'Gobble Gobble!"
How does this compare to the Zotac 1080ti amp extreme that was posted a few weeks ago?
Booya812 h, 36 m ago

How does this compare to the Zotac 1080ti amp extreme that was posted a …How does this compare to the Zotac 1080ti amp extreme that was posted a few weeks ago?


Hiya,

The Zotac AMP Extreme has thermals issues. I have only recently discovered it.

If you're not into overclocking - this is is for you & it's also smaller.
How does it compare to brands like MSI and Zotac? I've never heard of this brand before.
I want it for 4k gaming.
Booya819th Dec

How does it compare to brands like MSI and Zotac? I've never heard of this …How does it compare to brands like MSI and Zotac? I've never heard of this brand before. I want it for 4k gaming.


It's perfect.
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