Zotac GeForce GTX 1080ti Amp @ Amazon France - £621 delivered.
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Zotac GeForce GTX 1080ti Amp @ Amazon France - £621 delivered.

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Found 19th Nov
Seems like a great price for a 1080Ti given it's also a Zotac (great warranty) card.

Lowest price AIB Ti I've seen since the freakish July prices (£608 / £582 FE).

Card is currently OOS but as we all know, that means very little, it could get dispatched next week. Cash taken when dispatched so also worth reserving one at this price.

TIP: Use a Monzo/Revolut account to pay, you'll get the deal price of £621, pay in EUR on the Amazon selection.

TIP2: With your Monzo/Revolut account, leave it with insufficient funds (put a £1 in there). Amazon will hold your order when they try to first bill you for 5 days and will email you to query your payment method. Add funds to your account if you still want the Ti, or if you find a better deal in the mean time, just ignore the email, they'll cancel the order and you're no worse off.

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Never had one of these banks/cards before, any membership/usage fees involved?

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powerbrick9 m ago

Never had one of these banks/cards before, any membership/usage fees …Never had one of these banks/cards before, any membership/usage fees involved?


No.

Google it, no negative to creating an account on either or both.

So, I know I've seen these asked before, and I'm sorry, but since this is such a popular exploit on here (the whole amazon europe prices).

1. Are there any VAT import fees?
2. If you have an issue, do you have to return it to France?
3. You mention warranty, but it's not stated on the amazon page, is it 2 years?
3.1 Will Zotac have any issues with a warranty when you bought from another country?
3.5 Are you still covered in any way by UK consumer laws? Like if it breaks 1 month out of warranty can you do the whole "I reasonably expected it to last beyond 1 month outside warranty"?

Thank you, and sorry again I know these get asked a lot, but I've never been this tempted.

Also Heat.

i wish i didn't buy that useless gigabyte .. btw the worst card in my life.. never buy anything from gigabyte
zotac = quality
gigabyte = scam

toolmen1 h, 24 m ago

i wish i didn't buy that useless gigabyte .. btw the worst card in my …i wish i didn't buy that useless gigabyte .. btw the worst card in my life.. never buy anything from gigabytezotac = qualitygigabyte = scam


I heard the gigabyte models had really bad coil whine so I snapped up the EVGA 1080ti sc2 icx back in August for £607

uchihasilver14 m ago

I heard the gigabyte models had really bad coil whine so I snapped up the …I heard the gigabyte models had really bad coil whine so I snapped up the EVGA 1080ti sc2 icx back in August for £607


m8 gigabyte cards are hot , loud and 99% have coil whine ... avoid gigabyte by any cost

Yep that Gigabyte card is terrible - definitely made to a tight budget. I wonder if they realise how much it damages their reputation though?

mikedigitales6 m ago

Yep that Gigabyte card is terrible - definitely made to a tight budget. I …Yep that Gigabyte card is terrible - definitely made to a tight budget. I wonder if they realise how much it damages their reputation though?


scam company like gigabyte thinks just about current profits not a futere one or repytation lost, model is the same .... they count on new generations of gamers and people that don't read reviews. scammers

toolmen47 m ago

scam company like gigabyte thinks just about current profits not a futere …scam company like gigabyte thinks just about current profits not a futere one or repytation lost, model is the same .... they count on new generations of gamers and people that don't read reviews. scammers


For a bit of balance, Gigabyte do make some fantastic pieces of kit.

Both my 970 Windforce and my current 980Ti Waterforce were/are great cards; quiet, cool, good OC'ers, no coil whine and perfectly reliable.

I'm not sure making a bad card makes and entire company a "scam". MSI also make that awful Armour 1080Ti with the laughably inadequate cooler (I believe it's the same one they use on the much less power hungry 1070), but it would be ridiculous to describe MSI as a whole a "scam company".

Anyone think some 1080ti will just be part of black Friday aswell ?

matt10110114 m ago

For a bit of balance, Gigabyte do make some fantastic pieces of kit.Both …For a bit of balance, Gigabyte do make some fantastic pieces of kit.Both my 970 Windforce and my current 980Ti Waterforce were/are great cards; quiet, cool, good OC'ers, no coil whine and perfectly reliable. I'm not sure making a bad card makes and entire company a "scam". MSI also make that awful Armour 1080Ti with the laughably inadequate cooler (I believe it's the same one they use on the much less power hungry 1070), but it would be ridiculous to describe MSI as a whole a "scam company".


MSI != Gigabyte. Don't get them mixed up, you look like a fool.

I used to be a Gigabyte fan boy, my last 3 cards and motherboards were all Gigabyte. All had their problems and instability. Moved to MSI and I don't have those problems anymore. After 9 months all my Gigabyte cards start to have artefacts/crashes, starts gradually and becomes constant with specific games. Tried both Nvidia and AMD cards, Gigibyte ruined them all. If you think that's bad, you should have seen their RMA process for the 780 Ti, they were just sending everyone each others faulty cards.

Pay an extra £10 to £20 and buy ANYTHING other than GIGABYTE. The only reason they're so popular is because they always have the cheapest card/board.

matt10110118 m ago

For a bit of balance, Gigabyte do make some fantastic pieces of kit.Both …For a bit of balance, Gigabyte do make some fantastic pieces of kit.Both my 970 Windforce and my current 980Ti Waterforce were/are great cards; quiet, cool, good OC'ers, no coil whine and perfectly reliable. I'm not sure making a bad card makes and entire company a "scam". MSI also make that awful Armour 1080Ti with the laughably inadequate cooler (I believe it's the same one they use on the much less power hungry 1070), but it would be ridiculous to describe MSI as a whole a "scam company".


Also a UK RMA centre and warranty goes off the serial not where you bought it.

gogoyippy16 m ago

Anyone think some 1080ti will just be part of black Friday aswell ?


i hope so, i really want a MSI or Asus
i send back that trush gigabyte 1080ti they can keep it for themselves,

Bulliteshot29 m ago

MSI != Gigabyte. Don't get them mixed up, you look like a fool.I used to …MSI != Gigabyte. Don't get them mixed up, you look like a fool.I used to be a Gigabyte fan boy, my last 3 cards and motherboards were all Gigabyte. All had their problems and instability. Moved to MSI and I don't have those problems anymore. After 9 months all my Gigabyte cards start to have artefacts/crashes, starts gradually and becomes constant with specific games. Tried both Nvidia and AMD cards, Gigibyte ruined them all. If you think that's bad, you should have seen their RMA process for the 780 Ti, they were just sending everyone each others faulty cards.Pay an extra £10 to £20 and buy ANYTHING other than GIGABYTE. The only reason they're so popular is because they always have the cheapest card/board.


I am sure there might be truth in that load of baloney, somewhere?

They simply wouldn't be in business if that was the norm .

powerbrick2 m ago

I am sure there might be truth in that load of baloney, somewhere? They …I am sure there might be truth in that load of baloney, somewhere? They simply wouldn't be in business if that was the norm .


m8 as i said, they just take advantage of new gamers thats why they are still in the market, i doubt even 20% of people that bought gigabyte would buy it again.

Darkle4 h, 16 m ago

So, I know I've seen these asked before, and I'm sorry, but since this is …So, I know I've seen these asked before, and I'm sorry, but since this is such a popular exploit on here (the whole amazon europe prices).1. Are there any VAT import fees?2. If you have an issue, do you have to return it to France?3. You mention warranty, but it's not stated on the amazon page, is it 2 years?3.1 Will Zotac have any issues with a warranty when you bought from another country?3.5 Are you still covered in any way by UK consumer laws? Like if it breaks 1 month out of warranty can you do the whole "I reasonably expected it to last beyond 1 month outside warranty"?Thank you, and sorry again I know these get asked a lot, but I've never been this tempted.Also Heat.


France is in the EU, there's a free trade agreement. You must have never bought anything from another EU country before I presume. You don't pay VAT/Import duty between EU member states. Obviously this will change if the Tories ever manage to work out how to do a Brexit properly, which is looking unlikely.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 19th Nov

2 Like New EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 GAMING through Warehouse are available for around £647 if that is your thing.

amazon.co.uk/EVG…1-3

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chapchap13 m ago

2 Like New EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 GAMING through Warehouse are …2 Like New EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 GAMING through Warehouse are available for around £647 if that is your thing.https://www.amazon.co.uk/EVGA-GeForce-GAMING-GDDR5X-Technology/dp/B071CPWFVJ/ref=sr_1_3?m=A2OAJ7377F756P&s=warehouse-deals&ie=UTF8&qid=1511259765&sr=1-3


£809 for both?

NVM, 20%. But £809 used? Ha... not really 20% off, more like 5%.
Edited by: "The_Hoff" 21st Nov

The_Hoff49 m ago

£809 for both?NVM, 20%. But £809 used? Ha... not really 20% off, more like …£809 for both?NVM, 20%. But £809 used? Ha... not really 20% off, more like 5%.



Looking around at other resellers i thought it looked more like a 100 quid off...for "Like-New" so thought it seemed ok.
Plus you can also "haggle" (rip off is another dscription) with Amazon to possible get a further reduction after it's been delivered.

~£673 now

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CorvusCorax1 h, 23 m ago

~£673 now


Ok bud, keep an eye on the prices. Hagglezon.com is the site I use to reference EU pricing.

I'll expire this one.

The_Hoff59 m ago

Ok bud, keep an eye on the prices. Hagglezon.com is the site I use to …Ok bud, keep an eye on the prices. Hagglezon.com is the site I use to reference EU pricing.I'll expire this one.


Thanks for the link, that will be very handy
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