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Found 17th OctFound 17th Oct
Very decent psu, 80 plus gold, fully modular. Same price on amazon but it's not in stock for this price on amazon so you'd have to pre-order. SCAN seem to have it in stock for this… Read more
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Letterkenny is life


At least you caught on :)


Impolite to talk about bedroom antics in public


Ah excellent, I was wondering when my most recent purchase would show up on here discounted. It's a nice PSU so far for me, it's magnitudes quieter than my old one, and has already had to handle a few power blips to boot, so it seems solid. (Less can be said about my not-quite-working-right motherboard, but I'll blame my previous Coolermaster for frying that.)


Never had a fan less PSU and never had an issue. Any form of air cooling will easily drown out most PSU fans

EVGA SuperNOVA 650 G3, 80 Plus Gold 650W, Fully Modular (Pre-order) £74.99 @ Amazon prime exclusive
Found 15th OctFound 15th Oct
Current OOS as I've just ordered the last one 8) but available for pre-order. Great quality power supply which comes with a 7 year warranty. Been waiting for a price drop for quit… Read more
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I've been on amazon live chat who've confirmed they've ordered more stock and should be receiving them in the next few days


sry you're right g3 is superflower too. (edited the previous post)


Can you provide a link? All I can find says it is, but will cancel my order if you are saying that somehow it changed recently? O.O "EVGA refreshed its popular G2 PSU family with the G3 one using Super Flower's Leadex II platform" "The Supernova G3 Series is built by Super-Flower"


Thanks a lot :)


newer ones are not superflower. g2 was the best line. good OEM with nominally good quality control. and they had 10 year warranties. G1 & GQ are not quite the same. still better than Corsair's offerings at a similar price though.

EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 GAMING ICX 11 GB at Amazon for £687.33
Found 15th OctFound 15th Oct
Brand new EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 GAMING ICX from Amazon, seems to be the cheapest it's been on Amazon in the last year and not far off from the historical low of £666.66
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Not sure what benchmarks you have been looking at, but there is a decent boost. Definitely not double and it's double the cost... but still a good boost. Unless you are only looking at 1080p reviews... but if you go 1440 or 4k then the 2080 ti gets much further ahead on most games.


Or you could pay double this for a 2080ti and barely get any discernable performance boost


Thank you for the details


I have the cards in seperate machines. Temps are anywhere from 60-73c depending on which game+graphics settings. 2560x1440 and 3440x1440


Thanks for the feedback. How is your airflow? Temps? Serious build it sounds. Crushing stuff at 4k >60hz or some other application?

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EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 SC GAMING ACX 3.0 8GB DDR5 Black Edition £272.16 Delivered to UK @ Amazon.com
Found 14th OctFound 14th Oct
This went very hot at £335 at the start of this month. This is almost 65£ cheaper than that. Price includes delivery. Import fees are aready included in the price also by Amazon Gl… Read more
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Think you were meaning to reply to @Scrollbar? I paid for mine in USD via Revolut.


What total were you charged for yours in GBP?


If it's been put through as a double order and you get a second card, not a bad outcome, could sell it for a profit I'm sure! Contact customer services either way? https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/contact-us/general-questions.html (Mine has arrived in the UK. Woo! Estimated arrival Monday now.)


I got the dispatch email this morning so checked my credit card statement to determine what I actually paid. Seems that I've been charged twice (on two different days). Has anyone else had this happen to them?


Dispatched and on track!

EVGA SC 17 Gaming Laptop @ Box - £1,399.97
Found 9th OctFound 9th Oct
Really good specs, especially for the price!! XD KEY FEATURES Intel Core i7-6820HK Quad Core Processor 17.3" Ultra HD 4K IPS Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 32GB DDR4 26… Read more
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The screen burn is strong with this one


can build a nvlink 2080ti for less


I can't talk about the 1070 ver. but I have the 980m ver. thermals are really good for a laptop.


Shame, because it's a decent deal. I'd avoid anything with even slight thermal issues. Shame crap like this gets released.


I've posted this comment before when this very laptop has been posted numerous times... Check out the official EVGA forums and see what the owners say about it... You'll find that it seems to have thermal issues, owners have no way of getting hold of a replacement battery and that EVGA has seemingly phased this model out without a successor so general support stops here too I'd say.

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8GB SC ACX 3.0 Black GAMING Graphics Card £389.99 @ Scan
Found 8th OctFound 8th Oct
Just been reduced again. Not as good as last weeks offer but still a reduction for a great card from a decent (in my opinion) company.

No, was eBuyer. I posted the deal. Was a pre-order expected in three weeks but stock actually came in earlier today and the price has now risen. Sorry.


2070 will be out soon, I may get that and sell my 1060.


Where's this 1080 deal from? EBay?


Very nice! For new this is a reasonable deal based on current prices. Seems to be regular drops on prices. Last week it did drop to 350ish so not as good as that one.


Thought I would leave it as base price as you can pick it up from store if local. Cheers for advise, will keep it in mind for future posts.

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EVGA 850 Watt GQ Gold Hybrid Modular ATX PSU/Power Supply w/ 5 Year Warranty £90.46 Delivered @ Scan
Found 8th OctFound 8th Oct
Cheapest that I could find for this particular PSU. Perfect option for those that need a good amount of power, but still want to keep their build tidy with a modular cable system. … Read more

750w GQ noise Link above for the 750w which has the same thermal design as 850w.


Could you evidence this please? I have 4 EVGA PSUs, all quiet, and this is not mentioned on newegg, pcpartpicker, jonnyguru or amazon. Just a few reports of units with coil whine and ticking fans


Really? Never heard a peep from my 650W.


looks like someone needs a more powerful psu.


I just think anyone running high-end stuff like closed-loop cooling will probably be speccing something better like an EVGA Platinum or Corsair HX, so something like this is for mid-high end gaming machines on a slightly tighter budget. But it's a bit of a moot point here, personally I just choose quality over noise, but peoples' needs differ. I bought a VS a few times before I knew about all of this and the VS PCIe leads melted/browned with an undervolted R9 Nano... so I just don't think it's up to it. The RM is rated to 50C but I've had a temp gun on it and it's been up to 58C exhaust, it'd probably be covered under warranty if it failed but I'd just rather the fan ran quicker and got the heat out of it. Tried to claim the VS on Corsair warranty, what a hassle that was...

EVGA GeForce GTX 1070Ti SC Black 8GB + EVGA 750W modular gold reated PSU £395.47 delivered at Scan
Found 2nd OctFound 2nd Oct
power supply alone is just under £100 making the 1070ti just under £300

Now the 2070 is out I wonder how much EVGA would charge to Step Up? How would they determine how much we've already paid for the GPU part of this bundle? EDIT: Never mind. This bundle works out as 76% of the MSRP, so the 1070ti part of it was only £314.66. The Step Up only includes the 2070 XC Black Gaming which is 549.99e/£484.50, so the difference to pay would be £169.84 plus shipping in both directions. If it had been about £60 I would have gone for it just to upgrade to a card that'll receive ongoing driver updates but for that price it's not worth it and even without driver updates it should have enough power to get by for a few years.


If you've not seen it already there is a fantastic post on blurbusters all about the best set up for G-Sync. Basically the original setup had vsync enabled by default but this was changed because of people wanting max frame rate for FPS games. The problem is turning vsync off removes the frame rate cap and takes you out of the G-Sync range which gives you tearing. Additionally Nvidia's vsync implementation actually smooths out gameplay and stops micro stutter and jitter. G-Sync on and vsync on is the recommended setup and is noticeably better. forums.blurbusters.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=3441 https://www.blurbusters.com/gsync/gsync101-input-lag-tests-and-settings/14/


I keep V-sync on too and there's no noise (there may be some but the fans get louder so maybe can't hear it). I'm pretty sure though that I tested the GPU in the first few days without V-sync and there was no coil whine, it probably started after a few days. I've not been near the PC for a few days before last night as I use Nvidia game stream so mostly play on the TV which is downstairs.


Firestrike is a prime example of a program that can cause coil whine when loading.


In my experience GPU coil whine happens when the frame rate is uncapped on loading screens. I always enable vsync as it keeps the FPS within the Gsync range.

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 SC £359.99 @ Scan +£4.79 for local collection
Found 1st OctFound 1st Oct
A few days ago Scan had a sale on a GTX 1070Ti from EVGA. Today the GTX 1070 is on sale. A decent price for a decent card. But sales of the 1070 / 1070 Ti are becoming more freque… Read more

Yeah, this is only the normal 1070, not really worth this price tbh.


I thought it was strange for a 1070 ti to be cold at this price, then I realised.


I'm not biting until £299 or less...


The 1070ti was on sale for £359 Saturday. Got one on the way and can't wait 💪🏼


Cold, the 1070 isn't worth more than £300 at this stage IMHO, anymore and you might as well move up to a ti...

EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 SC GAMING ACX 3.0 £335.44 @ Amazon
Found 1st OctFound 1st Oct
£335.44 Could not find cheaper than that. EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 SC GAMING ACX 3.0, 8GB GDDR5, LED, DX12 OSD Support (PXOC) Graphics Card 08G-P4-6173-KR In stock on October 10, 2… Read more

Why is this still up, it's been expired for FIVE DAYS. Price is now £427.37


This is expired...


Wow same price I paid a year ago and everyone was telling me to wait for price to go down, lol


You are totally right the service industry like plumbers, locksmiths will charge you a call out fee plus an hourly rate. You get charged that hour if the job takes 10 minutes or the full hour. Sure the card might only take 10 minutes to fit but you have to drive to the house, by the time you get to the machine undo all the cables, open the case take the old one out put the new one in. Put it all back to together and update the drivers it is an easy 30 minutes. If people think someone will be willing to do that for 10 quid and a cup of tea you are off your rocker. A call out charge is typically 30 quid plus 60 quid for the first hour so this is not bad.


Coffee, Only cos I don't smoke.

EVGA 650 GQ, 80+ GOLD 650W, Semi Modular £61.97 @ Amazon
Found 30th SepFound 30th Sep
EVGA 650 GQ - "Great Quality, Great Value" 80 PLUS Gold certified, with 90% (115VAC) / 92% (220VAC~240VAC) efficiency or higher under typical loads Fan Size / Bearing: 135mm Flui… Read more
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Bought this delivered through amazon prime and got a £20 royal mail customs fee, what gives?


FSP is still damn good though -- Theyve been in the PSU business for decades just like Superflower.They were one of the biggest names for power supplies back in the early 90s (at least in the UK -- Maplins and PCWORLD used to sell a lot of FSP units) but i think over time they have been squeezed out by so many competitors entering the market and dumping huge amounts of dosh into their PR and marketing department to get their brand name out there... Thats something ive seen FSP rarely do but whenever they have done, its not a super huge marketing campaign like most other PSU manufacturers. If i was given a choice between an equivalently priced corsair or this EVGA unit -- Id take the EVGA.


Tier 2 on PSU list: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/631048-psu-tier-list-updated/ Superb for £62! (y)


Great price.


Mostly different OEMs: G1 is FSP G2 is SuperFlower G3 is SuperFlower GQ is FSP Unsure what, if anything, GP is. Obviously the two SuperFlower ones are the best of the ones you asked about. In the 650W version they both get 7 years warranty, 750W+ get 10 yeas. This info from the Realhardtechx's PSU database: http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page2293.htm

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8GB £359.99 / £364.78 dpd pick up del @ Scan
Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
Good price for a 1070ti
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So how much does the 2070 start at ..... £460! :)


Nice one. Thanks. I've had a Cooler Master k280 case for years which has one intake fan and one exhaust fan and my temps have always been good. I've been lucky I think.


Was hoping to order before 5 for next day delivery as tomorrow off work. Earliest I can get is Saturday.....will have a think. Was hoping to fit it in my PC whilst the Mrs was at work 😬 Hmmmm, wonder if there will be good deals similar in the next few weeks or if this is one of those buy now or regret whilst watching prices for next few months


Yeah they turn off below 65°c. The Phanteks P400S TG has a closed style front so really bad for airflow. And the Tempered Glass gets pretty warm. I've ordered some speaker grilles and Im going to cut some more intakes in the front panel. Taking the front panel off makes a massive difference. Cheers.


Do the fans turn off when idle? I remember my MSI 1070 Gaming X which only turned on the fans if the GPU went above 60c. My fans hardly turned on though as temps we're mostly under 60c.

EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 SC £362.13 @ Amazon Prime - Stock due 2nd Oct
Found 26th SepFound 26th Sep
Hi all, Seems like a good deal for one of these, especially since the new release of the RTX cards with silly pricing! Hope this deal helps someone.

And I'm just going by HUKD and similar deal locations, where the 1070 has been as low as £320-330 on a good sale in recent months. Price points for actual good deals right now are approx: GTX1070 - £320-340 GTX1070ti - £360-380 GTX1080 - £400-420 ish. GTX1080ti - $570-600 This isn't a bad price for a 1070, just not great either.


Should and actuality are quite different currently. I'm just going by the fact it seems like the cheapest 1070 I've seen, with a decent cooler on it. I've got a GTX 1080 Ti, so makes no difference to me!


I saw that, but it was over £400. There's another one posted for £390 yesterday that went hot, and one for £380 the other day. A 1070ti for £380 is "good-deal territory" ...


Posted a EVGA 1070Ti yesterday for now ~£30 more, but down voted into oblivion. (annoyed)


looks like the rumoured rx680 is up with the 1070. though wouldn't count on it. AMD have a history of over egging new cards. but be interested to see their price point

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8GB SC ACX 3.0 Black GAMING Graphics Card £389.99 @ Scan
Found 25th SepFound 25th Sep
Best deal I have seen on a quality GTX 1070 Ti, bare in mind you will have to pay for shipping. Evga also offer a step up program that allows you to pay the difference and upgrade… Read more
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Unfortunately we're maxed out on budget at the moment, I have swapped the ram for 3200mhz & changed the mobo to an MSI 350B Gaming plus but PSU will have to stay the same, also I've had a lot of problems with Seagate drives so I avoid them. Thanks for the advice.


If there was one thing I would change in your current build it's the PSU tbh, besides the RAM (since for the same price you can get faster speeds). The G2 series is one of the most recommended PSU's on the market, with a gold rating. Also the HDD I added has better speeds than the Blue, which is a big deal when it comes to gaming in certain titles.


What do you guys think, should I go for this deal or wait a few days and see if there's gonna be a good price for 1080? I am in need of computer so I will have to start buying parts next week.


I'm pretty impressed with my 1070 Ti, while undervolted to 975mv I managed to OC the core to 2000Mhz and Memory by 400Mhz and if the benchmarks are to believed, it matches a 1080 in performance with this level of OC, even surpasses it slightly in some games, it's a damn good card for the money, hits about 67c under max load, fans only going to 1100rpm to keep the GPU at 67c.


Also are there any motherboards that are Ryzen compatible without a bios update? Had a nightmare in March building a PC.

EVGA GTX 1070Ti SC Gaming - £407.73 @ Amazon
Found 25th SepFound 25th Sep
1070Ti for close to £400. Appreciate the current prices of cards are skewed but not a bad deal until 1080's start to come down again!

Another £10 saved. Appreciate it isn't a 1080! Still waiting for someone to explain why this is so cold at now £15 cheaper than the hot AMP! Extreme 1070ti from a couple of days before. Really curious!


The thing that puts me off eBay is that it seems a bit of a lottery. Did you find a company selling one on there?


Its down to £395 now


This is a decent deal, dont know why its cold


Nobody has yet been able to explain the down vote. It's nothing personal I'm genuinely interested why!

EVGA GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 iCX + EVGA Powerlink + Destiny 2 bundle £708.98 (£714.47​ delivered) @ SCAN
Found 12th SepFound 12th Sep
This is the best deal I've found yet for this particular card, the added Powerlink adaptors add extra value, especially if you want a clean look for your power supply cabling. So p… Read more

Seems SCAN sold out, cards are no longer availible, so have expired the deal.


It's a bundle, did the word + sign confuse you?


As posted elsewhere, this is better deal. https://www.overclockers.co.uk/msi-geforce-gtx-1080ti-gaming-11264mb-gddr5x-pci-express-graphics-card-gx-34f-ms.html


NVidia have had huge stock returned by some of the large GPU manufacturers, so I think there are plenty of Pascal GPU cards to go around. Personally, I think they have hugely increased the price on the RTX 20xx series cards, so people who have been waiting for an upgrade sees the existing GTX 10xx series as a "bargain". I would agree with @bouttime2 as paying an extra £100 for a 2 years old technology is not something I would do, but everyone to their own. A quick search on HUKD shows that you can pick up 1080Ti for under £600 and other GTX cards similarly going down in price, I would definitely wait until the RTX benchmark reviews comes out on 19th Sept (which has been delayed) and decide my new PC build. Links to GPU returns: https://www.techpowerup.com/245399/nvidias-next-gen-gpu-launch-held-back-to-drain-excess-costly-built-up-inventory https://www.techspot.com/news/75196-nvidia-miscalculations-may-have-led-excess-gpu-inventory.html HUKD deals on 1080Ti: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/msi-gtx-1080-ti-armor-11gb-oc-graphics-card-with-destiny-2-base-game-and-expansion-pass-bundle-59999-ebuyer-3039623 https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/msi-geforce-gtx-1080ti-gaming-11264mb-gddr5x-pci-express-graphics-card-59999-overclockers-3039637


That's fair enough. I know the difference between the SC SSC and FTW. I bought a GTX 970 SSC a few years back. But the difference is not £100. And this card is not currently worth over £700. But that's obviously just my opinion.

EVGA GAMING LAPTOP i7 GTX 1070 32 go ram - £1,199.97 @ Box
Found 11th SepFound 11th Sep
Fast laptop that is less than half price.

This is now 1400


What's worse is that when you're not gaming, you're using the integrated graphics that needs to run everything at 4k. That struggles with videos/web browing etc, and you can't force the GPU to run a lot of those things so you end up with your desktop/mouse lagging. Setting the 4k panal to 1080p will make everything nice and smooth but because it's not the panels native resolution everything is a little blurry. 4k displays in laptops are a mess currently imo. Though I'm sure you could push the 1070 to run games at 4k that aren't too old, and not so intense games like dragonball fighterZ.


I'm not knocking EVGA at all, I've had one of their GTX1070s in my PC for the last 2 years and one of their modular PSUs in it for at least 5 years now. I think they're great! All I'm saying is their laptops might not have the same quality about them...


Sounds like any other forum for consumers. 2 year warranty and if they don't have stock EVGA usually upgrade you to an equivalent, which is going to be a better and current model. The fact it is heavy sounds great to me, more copper in there to get rid of heat. You will be able to buy a 1070 laptop for 900 ish in a few months or so


Hot deal. Shame they put the price of the SC15 up to £1149.97 though. The SC15 was a great deal at £999.97 when they had that deal.

Evga gpu bundles with power supply etc on some good prices
Found 10th SepFound 10th Sep
well special deals for back to school option with bundles starting from 120gbp up to 450gbp on there gpu line . some of the gpus are single fan but the whole bundle thing makes the… Read more

Get a grip you loser


If we "look at the stars", i.e. the point of this site, we can see that this is a particularly poor example of a post; it does not even list the actual deals/items. In that regard it is a complete failure. It is also wrongly listed in the "energy group". So yes, "back to school". In addition, being a non-native speaker does not explain the lack of largely universal use of capitals, commas, or full stops; it's just lazy and sloppy, like this whole post.


Not native english speaker you know but as it seems some people even if you show them the stars they will always look at the finger ..... a favorite quote of mine


Only if the 1080 bundle had a gold 80+ rating psu :( heat added


Looks like the OP needs to go back to school from what is "written".

Prime Only:  EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 SC GAMING ACX 3.0, 8GB - £377.73 @ Amazon
Found 7th SepFound 7th Sep
Worth a punt at this (prime only) price?

Good thing I didn't buy it then!


Better of waiting for the 3000 series :p


EVGA warranty is with the card (not the owner) so you can RMA it with the serial number if you have any issues


Tick the sold box to see auctions that ended and were won by someone. It shows you the price you can pay if you're patient. As for warranties, you'd have to be mighty unlucky to get a card that's due to fail in 6 months but can't be made to fail now with an extended stress test. If it fails you can go to paypal/ebay and say it was dead on arrival, if it lives it'll probably live another 20 years.


Cheapest on ebay right now is £260, Buy it now. No warranty, no idea how its been kept. I rather pay for a new card with warranty.

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