Zotac Geforce GTX 1080 Mini X 8GB GDDR5X £440 @ Amazon.de
89°Expired

Zotac Geforce GTX 1080 Mini X 8GB GDDR5X £440 @ Amazon.de

6
Found 13th Sep 2017Edited by:"Uncommon.Sense"
Great GTX 1080, as it will fit in pretty much any case, even those little ITX ones!

You also get a 5 year warranty from Zotac if you register the card.

Dispatched & Sold by Amazon.
Once in the basked the card is €502.78, then the shipping is only €6.35.
Paid for in € with a fee free card, including shipping it comes a total of €509.13, which translates to £458-459 depending on the card used, and exchange rate when you check out.
SEE EDIT BELOW

EDIT: Thanks to the BoE and this now is working out at £452.79, so save another fiver.
2nd EDIT: Now down to £448-449, € is not at 1.134:1£

3rd EDIT: This is now available at Amazon.de for only €499 - shipped, so £440
Community Updates
Amazon Germany Deals

Groups

6 Comments
My 1080ti is a bit overkill considering I mostly play ATS and ETS2 amd not even a 1080ti can keep it from dropping to 45fps due to the shocking VR implementation...

£476 if you use amazon conversion (which would probably work out cheaper for nat west card) So I'd probably prefer an EVGA SC for a little more anyway.
Good price and size if you need a smaller card, but on the negative reviews suggest bad coil whine and loud fans that are always ramping up because of high thermals
michaeljb11 m ago

Good price and size if you need a smaller card, but on the negative …Good price and size if you need a smaller card, but on the negative reviews suggest bad coil whine and loud fans that are always ramping up because of high thermals


Coil whine can vary from individual card to card. As for the fans ramping up, yes I agree that is something likely to happen in a small cramped case, but if you want a high end card you don't have many to chose from that will fit. I fixed up the 1070 version of this card for an acquaintance, replaced the thermal paste, and pads as he didn't want to return it, knocked about 8c off the fully loaded temps which we in the mid 70's.

I was hoping EVGA might do a mini 1080 but no such luck, as I'd like to try them in a test build I am doing, and need the 1080 for the compute side of things, but it needs to be short, as it's for a 10U flight rack case.
Thanks to the BoE, this now is working out at £452.79, so save another fiver.
Down again as the Euro is at 1.134:1£.
This is now available at Amazon.de a little cheaper than before, works out at £440 inc shipping.
Edited by: "Uncommon.Sense" 21st Sep 2017
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text