Zotac GTX 1070 Ti Mini £419.99 @ Overclockers (£429.89 incl del)
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Zotac GTX 1070 Ti Mini £419.99 @ Overclockers (£429.89 incl del)

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Found 29th Apr
***EDIT - now gone further down in price so I have expired this post***

Seems like the best price for a GTX 1070 Ti at the moment. There's also a Palit card for the same price here.

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Sebastian_D29th Apr

Why did the Nvidia cards got so expensive 1060 1070 for 400-500gbp I …Why did the Nvidia cards got so expensive 1060 1070 for 400-500gbp I remember they were like 200-250


1. 1070s have never been £250
2. Bitcoin miners have caused the price to shoot up but the BTC value seems to be dropping now. Plus, with the possible 11 series cards coming, prices might drop even further.
RavensNest_OfTech29th Apr

£249 at launch back in June 2016


Cheapest I’ve ever seen a 1070 selling for new is £299, and that was some crazy ebuyer promo that lasted five mins. £330 for reference and £350 for aftermarket at launch.
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Good deal! I find it wierd how the 1070s are at the same price as 1070ti's on overclockers. Hopefully we will see a price drop on some standard 1070s soon.
Why did the Nvidia cards got so expensive 1060 1070 for 400-500gbp I remember they were like 200-250
Hang on -prices are coming down
Sebastian_D29th Apr

Why did the Nvidia cards got so expensive 1060 1070 for 400-500gbp I …Why did the Nvidia cards got so expensive 1060 1070 for 400-500gbp I remember they were like 200-250


1. 1070s have never been £250
2. Bitcoin miners have caused the price to shoot up but the BTC value seems to be dropping now. Plus, with the possible 11 series cards coming, prices might drop even further.
CAL231 h, 3 m ago

1. 1070s have never been £2502. Bitcoin miners have caused the price to …1. 1070s have never been £2502. Bitcoin miners have caused the price to shoot up but the BTC value seems to be dropping now. Plus, with the possible 11 series cards coming, prices might drop even further.


£249 at launch back in June 2016
Sebastian_D3 h, 16 m ago

Why did the Nvidia cards got so expensive 1060 1070 for 400-500gbp I …Why did the Nvidia cards got so expensive 1060 1070 for 400-500gbp I remember they were like 200-250


Cryptocurrency miners buying up all the stock.Hopefully the cryptocurrency bubble will end & things will get back to normal sometime soon...
Also, AMD and Nvidia are rumoured to be working on cards specifically for mining (powerful GPU, low RAM). If that’s true, miners will have their own specialised cards, decreasing the demand for gaming GPUs and passing the savings on to yoooooouuuuuu!
RavensNest_OfTech29th Apr

£249 at launch back in June 2016


Cheapest I’ve ever seen a 1070 selling for new is £299, and that was some crazy ebuyer promo that lasted five mins. £330 for reference and £350 for aftermarket at launch.
Just a warning zotacs rma is Hong Kong

and and there is a reason why zotac are cheaper
Is there an actual difference in performance between the mini cards and the ‘full’ cards?

I’ve rarely seen mini cards before. Think it’s because they’re made for mini atx boards and cases but then I wonder if that’s at the cost of performance of the normal full length card?
Marekj4 h, 31 m ago

Cheapest I’ve ever seen a 1070 selling for new is £299, and that was some c …Cheapest I’ve ever seen a 1070 selling for new is £299, and that was some crazy ebuyer promo that lasted five mins. £330 for reference and £350 for aftermarket at launch.


I remember msi armour gtx 1070 for about 300 from Novatech (after cashback).This however is 1070ti which is closer to 1080 performance. Not too bad, still too expensive but getting bearable, slowly. I am on the console now, though.Once the gtx xx70 will get to £250 i will consider upgrade, otherwise they can keep it.

darkclouds1 h, 42 m ago

Just a warning zotacs rma is Hong Kong and and there is a reason why zotac …Just a warning zotacs rma is Hong Kong and and there is a reason why zotac are cheaper


HK is only for the extended warranty part (2 + 3 years after registration within 28 days from the day of purchase).Zotac cards are ok, certainly not the worst card maker.
Edited by: "7777777" 29th Apr
kwl1471 h, 29 m ago

Is there an actual difference in performance between the mini cards and …Is there an actual difference in performance between the mini cards and the ‘full’ cards? I’ve rarely seen mini cards before. Think it’s because they’re made for mini atx boards and cases but then I wonder if that’s at the cost of performance of the normal full length card?



Base and boost clock speeds are the same as the standard size cards. The mini cards will perform the same over a smaller area so they wil run slightly hotter.
777777728 m ago

I remember msi armour gtx 1070 for about 300 from Novatech (after …I remember msi armour gtx 1070 for about 300 from Novatech (after cashback).This however is 1070ti which is closer to 1080 performance. Not too bad, still too expensive but getting bearable, slowly. I am on the console now, though.Once the gtx xx70 will get to £250 i will consider upgrade, otherwise they can keep it.HK is only for the extended warranty part (2 + 3 years after registration within 28 days from the day of purchase).Zotac cards are ok, certainly not the worst card maker.

Incorrect HK is for all warranty after 28 days now ocuk send All items back to the manufacturer after 28 days so it goes back to HK
kwl14710 h, 2 m ago

Is there an actual difference in performance between the mini cards and …Is there an actual difference in performance between the mini cards and the ‘full’ cards? I’ve rarely seen mini cards before. Think it’s because they’re made for mini atx boards and cases but then I wonder if that’s at the cost of performance of the normal full length card?


No, this card will perform the same as any other GTX 1070 Ti at the same clock speed. The smaller cooler may mean you can't overclock it as high however. This Zotac Mini cooler doesn't look bad at all though - one 90mm and one 100mm fan compared to two 90mm fans on the Palit card in the comments.
darkclouds14 h, 9 m ago

Just a warning zotacs rma is Hong Kong and and there is a reason why zotac …Just a warning zotacs rma is Hong Kong and and there is a reason why zotac are cheaper


Never had an issue with Zotac cards...... had 2 MSI cards fail though.
Bertlam12 h, 59 m ago

Base and boost clock speeds are the same as the standard size cards. The …Base and boost clock speeds are the same as the standard size cards. The mini cards will perform the same over a smaller area so they wil run slightly hotter.


Oh right thanks. I guess that ties in well with what another user replied to me down below your comment. The overclocks aren't as good as the full length cards. I'm not really much of an enthusiast in that sense. I tried it briefly on my 770 but got bored of the whole thing after a while.
sofaclass4 h, 28 m ago

No, this card will perform the same as any other GTX 1070 Ti at the same …No, this card will perform the same as any other GTX 1070 Ti at the same clock speed. The smaller cooler may mean you can't overclock it as high however. This Zotac Mini cooler doesn't look bad at all though - one 90mm and one 100mm fan compared to two 90mm fans on the Palit card in the comments.


Cheers bud. I was curious but as a casual gamer (even that is debatable), its really far too dear. I'm sure however someone will appreciate the spot. I'm interested to see what team green pops out with later this year with the new gen. The 10 series seems to me like a massive improvement over the 9s.
kwl14714 h, 40 m ago

Is there an actual difference in performance between the mini cards and …Is there an actual difference in performance between the mini cards and the ‘full’ cards? I’ve rarely seen mini cards before. Think it’s because they’re made for mini atx boards and cases but then I wonder if that’s at the cost of performance of the normal full length card?


On paper there's no difference in performance. But mini cards such as this and the 1080ti mini are harder to keep cool due to simply having a smaller cooler than the full sized ones. Also known to thermal throttle when under heavy loads. I returned my 1080ti mini as it simply got too hot in my micro atx case. Hoped to buy a full sized 1080ti for the same price but that may not be a possibility for some time!

For the average gamer though this shouldn't be a problem as long as you aren't trying to run a game on higher settings than this card can handle.
CHAOSEN33 m ago

On paper there's no difference in performance. But mini cards such as this …On paper there's no difference in performance. But mini cards such as this and the 1080ti mini are harder to keep cool due to simply having a smaller cooler than the full sized ones. Also known to thermal throttle when under heavy loads. I returned my 1080ti mini as it simply got too hot in my micro atx case. Hoped to buy a full sized 1080ti for the same price but that may not be a possibility for some time!For the average gamer though this shouldn't be a problem as long as you aren't trying to run a game on higher settings than this card can handle.


I hear ya. I guess for me I would just want to max out the settings at 1080p 60fps. Though I might well play it safe and just grab a full length card.
Always find Overclockers expensive anyways . Rarely use them for that reason
kwl1474 m ago

I hear ya. I guess for me I would just want to max out the settings at …I hear ya. I guess for me I would just want to max out the settings at 1080p 60fps. Though I might well play it safe and just grab a full length card.


I'd personally go for a full length card if you've got a mid tower case. A 1070 ti is definitely more than enough to handle 1080p @ 60fps on max settings for pretty much most if not all games.

If you're looking to save some money you could buy a used 980ti or a 1070, or possibly wait til the new cards are out to see what effect they have on the market.
CHAOSEN31 h, 53 m ago

I'd personally go for a full length card if you've got a mid tower case. A …I'd personally go for a full length card if you've got a mid tower case. A 1070 ti is definitely more than enough to handle 1080p @ 60fps on max settings for pretty much most if not all games.If you're looking to save some money you could buy a used 980ti or a 1070, or possibly wait til the new cards are out to see what effect they have on the market.


Yeah that’s the same conclusion I came to given my Corsair mid tower case. That’s what I’m thinking 1070 ti sounds quite powerful and somewhat future proof to play at 1080/60fps with AA turned all the way up. 1060 6gb edition has been suggested as the perfect 1080p card but I have doubts about the longevity for it.

Yeah even though it’s been in the back of my mind that the new gpus certainly won’t be as big a leap as the 10 series over the 9, I can’t help but feel the prices aren’t low enough to make the jump now worthwhile.

Thanks for advice 🏽
darkclouds17 h, 15 m ago

Incorrect HK is for all warranty after 28 days now ocuk send All items …Incorrect HK is for all warranty after 28 days now ocuk send All items back to the manufacturer after 28 days so it goes back to HK


wasn't aware, cheers for correcting
Bad price but probably the best price out there.

If you don't need one of these, wait until the price drops, then it will be cheaper to buy what you don't need.

If you need one of these, wait until the price drops and look at other options e.g. play in 720p until then.

If you absolutely must have one of these NOW, then you didn't look at other options hard enough. The world doesn't stop just because you don't have a GTX 1070Ti in your rig. Wait for the ****ing price to drop.
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