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EVGA 1080TI - £629 from Evga store
Shipping from DEShipping from GermanyFound 9th AugFound 9th Aug
this is not a reference design therefore temps ought to be better ,get the 1080 ti 11gb in unbeatable price ( one of the lowest in market in this specs). Cost is 700 euro without s… Read more

obviously your money and value is different for different folk but imo money would have to be truly no object to go from any previous gen ti card to a vanilla next gen one. at the very least wait for the 1180ti. personally i wait longer than that. i look for a close to 100% increase in performance..... I am keen to get an 1180 but i wont be taken for a fool either... if NV want to charge £750 then it will have to be a lot faster than the 1080ti, otherwise i will buy one of those - and it wont be a new one either!.


Thanks. I'm not very much into all of the tech stuff anymore so now I just buy whatever and hope it works... Which the 1080ti has. Never had issues apart from fan noise when running everything high.... Which is annoying tbh. Thank you. So basically I should wait at least a year or longer for maybe the next card after.


Then if true performance will be key. If it's only 5-10% faster than a 1080Ti but for £100 more, the card will struggle to sell and it becomes a flop. If it's 20% faster, folk will pay the "£750-£850" and 1080Ti's will sit on the shelf forcing Nvidia and retailers to dump stock. The tech industry just doesn't work this way, old makes way for new. I'd imagine there are just too many people playing the waiting game right now, and that has to be affecting sales. Consumers aren't stupid and will wait for the inevitable sales. The only way I see Nvidia avoiding price drops is to postpone release of the 1180 for another 6 - 9 months and attempt to clear some of their backlogged cards around retail price.


So here is where I would have to challenge this. Any website I've checked, tech blogger or YouTuber like jays2cents or Linus tech tips are saying that with the amount of excess stock currently still in circulation of 1080s and 1080tis the 1180 will not compete with these as it makes no business sense and so Nvidia will price the new 1180 slightly higher than going rate for a 1080ti. The pricing would therefore be around the £750 - £850 mark for the first drop.


It's a fab price and a few months ago would be sorely tempted.... But not now (hot because I can't see cheaper right now but.......) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ms7HQ7rckpA

EVGA - GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8GB SC GAMING ACX 3.0 Black Edition Video Card - £402.96 @ Amazon
Found 5th AugFound 5th Aug
Price is actually £334.61 for the card but includes £68.35 import fees. However, I still think it is a great price for a great card! Definitely one of the better 1070 Ti's that you… Read more
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that been said every week for months now.


I would wait for the new Nvidia cards to be announced in a couple of weeks or so, before buying a new card of any sort.

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EVGA GeForce GTX 1080Ti FTW 3 - £709.99 @ Amazon - Prime Exclusive
Found 1st AugFound 1st Aug
Cheapest it’s been in a while now. Probably due to the next gen coming out at the end of August.
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At first they will be at a higher price I would suspect. As Nvidia will release there founders edition before everyone else. Like they have done on past releases. But when Asus, Gigabyte, MSI and others release there cards. The prices will settle like before.


I think your price predictions could be way over-optimistc I'd like you to be proven right but I suspect you could be very dissapointed in a few weeks time


The 1170 will just be as fast as this card and cheaper also. And even a little faster with driver updates The 1180 will be released first maybe on the 20th of this month. And will be the same price or less with an average 30% speed increase. So end of line and a waste of money. Now if this card was at about £500 or less. Then it might be a good buy.


I got mine for £550 inc VAT so about the same after the VAT’s come off. I think it’ll still hold it’s own for a while. Expecting mostly efficiency gains this generation rather than raw compute power. £709.99 is a crazy price to be paying right now. And while I expect the new cards to be announced imminently, I don’t think they’ll be widely available for a while, at least not at a realistic price, nVidia still has that old stock to clear down - they won’t write it off.


Prices are already falling dramatically on the used market and miners are ditching cards on eBay. I picked up a 1080Ti for £460 delivered yesterday. I expect that to be similar to the 1170 in performance and perhaps £100 cheaper.

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Pre-order EVGA SuperNOVA 750 G3, 80 Plus Gold 750W, Fully Modular £86.99 @ Amazon
Found 27th JulFound 27th Jul
Decent price for a fully modular psu.
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Got the 850w for £100, great PSU and decent deal


good timing, i was planning to buy the Seasonic Focus plus for £95 but might for this instead.


It'll be too big. Because it's out of stock right now.


Got one a month ago for €100 from amazon.es but this price is a steal.


Probably not but would be massive overkill anyway.


I think the mining of bitcoins may have had a blanket effect on the whole of the GPU market Definitely impacted the higher end anyway


I started looking for a mid to lower end card recently and was staggered by the prices. I honestly thought I’d find an entry 1050 for about £60 secondhand but it’s more like £95 !


They will release the high end cards first which won't impact pricig on the low end cards.


for another £47 you could have a 4GB 1050ti which will play anything on 720p/1080p medium settings, I view this as a "good price but waste of money" unless all you want to play IS old games https://smile.amazon.co.uk/Ceberus-GTX1050-Advanced-PCIe3-1442MHz/dp/B078ZT22SS/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1532543136&sr=8-2&keywords=1050ti or this one already posted even less of a price difference https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/palit-nvidia-gtx-1050ti-4gb-graphics-card-only-13595-delivered-from-amazonit-2980731


I dont remember the release of the 10xx series doing anything to reduce the prices of the 9xx cards. I was waiting for a good deal for a 950 but it never happened. I cant see the prices going down by much personally.

EVGA SC15  Laptop , I7, GTX 1060 for £999.97 @ Box
Refreshed 24th JulRefreshed 24th Jul
intel Core i7-7700HQ Quad Core Processor 15.6" Full HD IPS 120Hz Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 16GB DDR4 RAM 256GB M.2 NVMe SSD + 1000GB HDD Dedicated GeForce GTX 10… Read more
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Also on a side note EVGA's customer service is outstanding. I thought my charger was defective as at high load (pubg is the only game affected so far) I could hear a faint buzz, they dispatched me a replacement charger without any questions asked. Turns out I have some minor coil wine from my GPU when in superclocked mode, I have headphones on when gaming so it's a non issue for me really, in normal or silent mode this can't be heard. Overtime it will likely improve as the GPU wears.


Excellent for me. Build, Performance and screen are all excellent. Battery life is poor at around 2 hours and it's heavy AF but you can't win them all. I have undervolted mine to keep the CPU below 75, but even at stock it rarely goes above 82. They have vented the top and bottom which is smart as the bottom ones can be obscured when using on the lap, this keeps things cool when doing basic browsing ect. Both the top and bottom vents are needed when gaming however. You won't find anything better new for the money. IMO. Any questions welcome.


Seriously thinking of getting this laptop. What's your review a week in?


Yup. I chose the 2 day delivery but it got delivered the next day. Nice suprise.


Not expired Guys,offer is still on,i got mine today said 5 day delivery but got mine within a day. It looks great. Very well packaged, Will review it.

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EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti SC GAMING 8GB - Novatech £419.99
Found 21st JulFound 21st Jul
My first post, so be nice! I've been looking to upgrade my GPU and found this one today that just dropped from yesterday I believe. Yes I know there are cheaper brands, but to me … Read more
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gigabyte is specifically concerned with sales of their graphics, amazon and other stores stock seems to stay at the same level but ok,no point to argue, we know very little, rather speculating, we will see what's gonna happen


Gigabyte is a partner - of which there are many - they're not Nvidia. That's like saying Medion issued a profits warning therefore Intel are doing badly.


:) read gigabyte's profits warnings, the mistery 300k gpus return to nvidia from one of the major manufacturers and recent promo with free ssd from Nvidia for some 1060s. Huang says what's good for the business, if he stated that that the release is very soon, no-one would buy their stuff they need to get rid off quickly. Gtx 10xx is NOT selling well at all. Enthusiasts market, early adopters + some miners if proves viable for business will buy 1180 at good price, does not mean nVidia will manage to sell a lot, we will see.I anticipate they are gonna be careful with pricing as the long term support is shrinking quickly.


Did you deliberately omit the 700 series to try making a point?


Read the investment websites and the Nvidia's press releases, Huang's keynotes etc. The 10XX has been hugely successful for them. The 1180 will be pricey upon released. Guaranteed.

It's under £100! EVGA 1000 GQ, 80+ GOLD 1000W, Semi Modular, EVGA ECO Mode, Power Supply 210-GQ-1000-V3 - £99.97 @ Amazon (Prime Day Deal)
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Tier 1 PSU, 80+ Gold rated and exceeds that easily (it's usually over 90% efficiency under most loads). Modular leads apart from mainboard (which you are going to use). Very good P… Read more

I’m having massive troubles with windows 10 not updating to the most recent version meaning my graphics card can’t update its drivers on my current version. I got a boot critical service failure and my pc wouldn’t load back up man wtf. I think maybe from not legitimate windows copy ?? Anyway I can update or activate windows with a genuine copy that mean I won’t have to start again?!


Honestly, whatever you get it will be fine for your build (single GPU, no matter how powerful). So if you can't get the TX again, just get the EVGA GQ but it will be too much. Others you could look for that are good but at a similar price are the Corsair RM or HX (better) or the EVGA G2/G3/GQ - there is a GQ 750W that is a bit less than this 1000W. Good luck (but just ask if you want to check - even if I don't reply in time, someone else will) (y)


Hi mate really appreciate the reply. I did have the TX ordered, long story short amazon cancelled a lot of my order due to fraud. So I missed some prime day deals, now the psu I was gonna get is 75 this is 25 more and has really good reviews and a lot of them. Not that I think I could go wrong with a Corsair but at least like you say this will hold value Well etc. Yeah massively overkill but seemed a good price I had amazon compensate me so wud rather put the money compensated for the products that have gone up and use it on something that’s still a deal . If nothing else it can be considered future proofing :)


It would be overkill but it's not as inefficient as people would have you believe. If anything, if you ever sell it you'll probably retain more value in this than something else, but why not just get the TX series you were looking at the other day? It won't make more heat, no, I have one under pretty heavy load and it barely gets warm (700W continuous, 800W peak).


Hi would this be massively overkill with just 1 gpu and not mining? Will it produce more heat? Will it run less efficiently with using no where near capacity ?

EVGA G2 650w Used Like New (Damaged packaging) @ Amazon Warehouse - £67.23 after 20%
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
As above - Been keeping my eye out for a good deal on fully modular, highly reputable PSU, seemed like a good deal for the EVGA G2
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was going to get a new GQ version before spotting this. Ordered it yesterday. Heat.


I've just stuck this in a Ryzen 2700X build with a 1080 and would echo your sentiments. It's a bit of a beast build and this has no problem with it.


I have this with a 1080 gtx and it is more than enough for your build


Have bought these before from the warehouse. I received a broken 650GQ model and the other time I got one with only 2 cables.


Not strictly true - it seems most amazon warehouse stuff that is "Used - Like New" is actually "New with damaged packaging"

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8GB - Scan £409.99
Found 12th JulFound 12th Jul
EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti SC GAMING Black Ed. ACX 3.0 8GB GDDR5 VR Ready Graphics Card, 2432 Core, 1607MHz, 1683MHz Boost £409.99

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EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8GB SC ACX 3.0 Black GAMING Graphics Card £415.47 @ Scan
Found 11th JulFound 11th Jul
£20 more than the Palit offer but worth it. It is the cheapest the card has ever been. Price includes P&P. Includes 3 year warranty. Experience EVGA’s ACX3 Cooled 1070 Ti SC … Read more
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It doesn't matter if it's 2 year old tech if there's nothing newer available. Effectively, its current tech. September is almost certain to be pushed back until the surplus stock is shifted. Prices will slowly come down until the sweet spot is met where anyone sitting on the fence waiting for 11 series eventually jump.


Still too expensive. These should be around £300, with GTX 1080s, which are over 2 years old, down to around £325 by now (they're not). GTX 1180 is coming by September I believe.


They're not essential unless you're heavily into ESports. On most modern AAA games you're not going to be seeing well above 60fps on a card like this at 2k or 4k anyway.


Samsung 4k tv. Woukd love a gsync but too pricy


Not always

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB SC Black Edition iCX Cooling £659.99 Scan
Found 9th JulFound 9th Jul
Great card and best price its been in a long time
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the deal is still live, for some reason its been flagged up and expired, also saying scan is banned!


Wouldn’t even be surprised. The current lineup takes on AMDs best and beats it comprehensively.


We are comparing the 980 ti to the 1080 and the 1080ti to the soon to exist 1180. I get it, you won't admit anything. Fine, let's stop.


As someone who bought a Pascal card at launch, no I'm not. They were vastly more expensive than the launch prices of the 9 series cards.


This isn't similar to any of those technologies. This is like Anti Aliasing or Super Sampling. 3d, VR, HDR, and 4k are much more gimmicky and requires investments, where Ray Tracing can just be done with almost no overhead. If you read my articles, you'd see that Ray Tracing *greatly simplifies* lightning and shadows from a developer perspective. You don't have to 'adopt' anything here, it will be done, en masse, because it's cheaper, better, faster. Anyway, pascal cost at launch, great perfect example. Thanks for proving my point. GeForce GTX 1080 May 27, 2016 $549 https://www.extremetech.com/gaming/230381-nvidia-gtx-970-980-and-980-ti-prices-crater-in-wake-of-pascals-launch You can see, before the May 27th launch, the price of the 980ti was still at $660! https://camelcamelcamel.com/MSI-GAMING-GeForce-DirectX-READY/product/B00ZPEAFXI The 1080 came out at $110 cheaper, and caused an immediate price crash on the inferior 980 ti, which is great for comparison here. So, do you see it? The price dip to $449.99 right *after* the launch? Are you going to admit that you were wrong about the prices at launch? Or is it pointless to provide this in depth details with sources?

EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 SC Gaming 3GB GDDR5 Graphics Card £178.92 Ebuyer
Found 9th JulFound 9th Jul
Free delivery and it is a decent card for a decent price! Performance NVIDIA GTX 1060 3GB 1152 Pixel Pipelines 1607 MHz Base Clock 1835 MHz Boost Clock 108.4GT/s Texture Fil… Read more
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It wasn't a negative comment from my part, it was funny when I saw the difference between your comment and the price, then I saw your profile pic (embarrassed)


When I posted deal, it showed at £176.94, price changed so i altered, thanks for letting me know!


Good price specially in time when 1050ti starting from 150£ most places or close to it.


He changed the price in the title from £176


Oh no! That one penny...

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB SC Black Edition iCX Cooling (Scan) £665.47
Found 7th JulFound 7th Jul
Been keeping an eye on 1080 Ti prices for a while and this is really good for the SC (Superclocked / Overclocked) edition. EVGA cards are really good and they are known for very go… Read more
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That's the RRP, the RRP for 1080ti is only around £600 but I haven't sees it's anywhere close to that price for a very long time.


I got a 1080 Ti for £460 ex VAT from Amazon last night and am ok with that, it’ll cover me for now and given the usual price is north of £500 I think I’ll be ok when I need to sell it. 980 Ti still fetches a good price and it’s 3 years old now. You say it won’t cost a lot more but prices have been creeping up. I would not be surprised if nVidia tried to charge £999 for a top-spec Founders Edition at launch, just because. I mean people didn’t believe it could happen with mobiles but look where we are now...


Something better won't cost a lot more than the price paid for this card. And the people that buy these cards at this price point want the best of the best. And wont buy this now as they are aware that the new cards are just months away. I'm done with this thread. Have fun all. :p


You forgot to mention the corresponding price increases.


We'll see when the time comes.

EVGA SC17  GTX 1070 17.3 inch, 4K IPS Display, i7-6829HK, 32GB DDR4 RAM, 256GB M.2 Drive, 1000GB HD, Dedicated GTX 1070 Gaming Laptop £1399.97 at 	Box.co.uk
Refreshed 23rd JulRefreshed 23rd Jul
Came across this and thought it was decent for the price especially with a 4k Display and a dedicated GTX 1070 but I could be wrong (:I Only a 6th gen i7. *EDIT now £50 cheaper… Read more

Does anyone here already own this laptop and whiling to answer some questions? Struggling to find any decent forum posts or reviews etc for this model with the 1070, most negative comments around the web are for the older 980m version of this


Yeah. Kingdom Come Deliverance is an extreme example of a hungry game!!


Depends on the game of course. I have a 1060 4k laptop and that runs Dirt Rally just fine at 4k on medium settings. That still looks miles better than 1080p ultra. For brand new top tier games it's going to be pretty bad of course. For everyday computing stuff I switch between 1080p and 4k screens without noticing much difference. I fired up an old 1366x768 15 inch laptop the other day. Now that was pretty dire.


My phone has 2k screen, and it is 5.5". And it is noticeably when I see a phone that's the same size but with 1080p screen. This is a laptop, the monitor won't be as far as desktop so you'd definitely see the difference.


Was'nt branded after a rail network by any chance?

EVGA 1000 GQ, 80+ GOLD 1000W £109.99 @ Amazon
Found 28th JunFound 28th Jun
EVGA 1000 GQ, 80+ GOLD 1000W, Semi Modular, EVGA ECO Mode, Power Supply 210-GQ-1000-V3

That was always my understanding - we have 4x Corsair AX series (Seasonic P series OEM) and a handful of Corsair HX, they're all Platinum rated, seem to stay cool under high load and are heavy (which is not in itself a measurement but generally a heavy PSU has some quality stuff inside like better management and safety circuitry and bigger heatsinks). Anyway, if it's good enough for Jonnyguru, it's good enough for me! Given the option, I'll choose a lower-wattage Platinum over a higher-wattage Gold. Like you said, there is a distinct correlation between Platinum-rated and quality, you can't get the certification with low-grade components and most Platinum PSUs are tier 1 rated on those PSU lists - it's not coincidence.


of course but we would need to sit down a write pages and pages about what is better and what is not better about someone needs. Not as simple as that and not true that all platinum PSU's are associated to the best quality, only the very expensive one of course (in theory). At this price this a genuine bargain not to be missed. Of course I also already own few platinum psu's, some very good and some just so so but in reality, is there a way to know which one performs better or lasts longer? You would know only when they die but saying so even the best of the best can die or get faulty for no apparent reason sometime.


Better efficiency is very much aligned with quality. The efficiency gain is made by using higher grade components.


but platinum does not necessarily means better quality, it is only about better efficiency and I am sure that even a connoisseur does take care about expenditure if not necessary.


A few more £100's is nothing to a connoisseur.

Evga Nvidia GTX 1080ti SC black edition - £655.46 @ Amazon
Found 27th JunFound 27th Jun
EVGA iCX Cooling is not JUST a Cooler... it is an Evolution. It is a combination of new die-cast plates, aerodynamics, and Precision XOC. Part of 11 new global cooling patents (pen… Read more

Price increased to £719.99 now at Amazon.


I have been sent a 1080 in a 1080ti box before. I did notice now that amazon record the serial numbers before they ship to you. They must have learned from multiple losses they have taken on high value items.


Believe it or not, when I ordered a brand new 1080 at Christmas, Amazon sent me a 1050 in a 1080 box. The culprit had stuck a fake 1050 label on the card & put it in the 1080 box. That was bad enough but the fact that this was supposed to be a brand new card & Amazon had knowingly sent me a returned card really annoyed me!


Yeah, they said that in response to people thinking it was going to hit early next month (week). However, they are still mentioning a Q3 release here and there, so it depends if you can wait or not, as with any tech. Worth noting that EVGA do have their own trade up program which runs for 90 days from purchase, so if the 1180 did drop and you wished you had gone for that then you could look in to that. I am still on the fence about waiting for the 1180 or biting at the 1080ti. I think if this drops closer to £600 or was a better card (SC / FTW) at this price, I might just go for it. But for me personally, I don't think this is it yet.


Nvidia have said don’t expect a new range of cards “any time soon”. Wait/don’t wait, it’s the eternal technology conundrum.

EVGA SuperNOVA 650 G2, 80+ GOLD 650W PSU £73.09 @ Amazon
Found 27th JunFound 27th Jun
Not in stock but accepting orders (Usually dispatched within 2 to 4 weeks.)

Fine PSU, low ripple, great voltage regulation and build quality - jonnyguru summary here. I have a couple of them and very happy ...


Thanks, will give it a go tomorrow. The PC is pretty standard, i7 6700k at 4.7GHz, Samsung nvme 250GB, 2TB hybrid HDD. Using a 500 Watt Corsair ATM with a 970 but it is struggling at 1440p/75 at ultra so looking for something good that can do that.


Run your specs through this: https://outervision.com/power-supply-calculator


Is this enough for a 1080 Ti?


Bought this in April from Amazon for £58.67 and all good so far.

EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 SC 8GB £495.48 as Amazon (EVGA Step up - See Notes)
Found 26th JunFound 26th Jun
EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 SC 8GB - Looked around online and saw this. Might be a decent deal for someone. Available for prime delivery. Only place that is cheaper is SCAN but no free … Read more

The latest ultrawide monitors will. But they're top money too.


No because a year ago it was 1 year old tech. ;)


Yeah but think you will have to upgrade to an 1180 which will no doubt cost quite a bit more. The EVGA upgrade program is good though. And their warranty is the best there is.


get a 10 series card or 2 and forget about upgrading for the next 2 series. There isn't anything in the gaming worls that is demanding more performance, at least not enough to cause a global outrage.


That’s assuming similar gains to the 10 series compared to the 9 series. How can you be so sure the new cards will yield such high performance gains?

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