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EVGA 1080ti (Used - Very Good) £667.39 at Amazon Warehouse
Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
Great card and a decent price. Used - very good condition. A steal for this with Amazon warranty.

Hmmmm thanks. Particularly relevant as we need to overclock this thing for 4k...


Be wary of the 980tis as there has been reports of issues with the memory power inductors being under sized and burning out. https://forums.evga.com/m/tm.aspx?m=2744901&p=1


I thought your reply was appropriately symmetrical which made it funny.


What could you even have been reported for? :/


Hmmmmmmmm do not need.... But definitely tempted as seems 1080ti only genuine upgrade from my rx470 if I were to get a 4k tv. How does 1440p upscale to 4k tv? 3 to 2 ratio bothers me ... Otherwise I am looking at 2nd hand 980ti for 300 but not sure it will make much difference. I have a 1440p 28" TN monitor but prefer to gane on my large 46 inch 1080p tv and cannot really see difference between 1440p and 1080p on that monitor

EVGA 750 GQ, 80+ GOLD 750W, Semi Modular £74.40 @ Amazon
Found 4th AprFound 4th Apr
Not the lowest its been on amazon, but still pretty good and seems to be £10 lower than elsewhere.

I've got an EVGA 850 g2 in my machine that cost £100 3.5 years ago, still going strong


Voted hot but I came here thinking it was a GameCube from the thumbnail. Really need my eyes tested (nerd)


This model died on me after less than 8 weeks. EVGA customer service where superb and got a new unit within 8 days but it still does leave me with a slight worry even after the near year its been in my rig. Still, good price - I paid £90


I only use Corsair RM, HX and AX. I have a CS unit which is ok but had multiple failures on the CX. I’ve heard the TX is ok but between the TX and EVGA GQ, I’d take the EVGA.


How would you compare the GQ to the following? https://www.amazon.co.uk/Corsair-CP-9020131-UK-TX750M-Semi-Modular-Supply/dp/B06X9K8TK6 I'm stuck between the 2, but have a feeling to go with the Corsair. *Heat added btw op

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EVGA 1060 6GB SSC ACX 3.0 £282.87 @Amazon
Found 13th FebFound 13th Feb
In stock on February 25, 2018 It seems to come and go quite frequently so at some points in time it may show as currently unavailable and at other times it may show £282.87 N… Read more

Got my 6gb for £155 new (with slightly marked box) from amazon warehouse last April, should have invested in a few to sell now ha.


Hmmm.. thought as much. Will try later...


Either it ran out of stock just before you ordered or you had already ordered one as they limit this to one per customer.


I saw that and if didn't let me purchase on either ! Even though it said they had stock.. very naughty of Amazon!


Back in stock this afternoon on two occasions.

EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 SC GAMING Graphics card £519.02 from Amazon (in stock Feb 4th)
Found 28th JanFound 28th Jan
Not a great deal, but as good as you'll get in the current environment without a mis-price or perfect timing :) Amazon have the EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 SC GAMING ACX 3.0, 8GB GDDR… Read more
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Prob won’t hear it I’m my Corsair air 540 case with 6 fans running :-)


Yep mine arrived today. Struggled to get it in my case (the 8pin power slips under my hdd side panel). Corsair 650 6+1 cable wouldn't fit, but came with a more flexible 8 to 2x6 cable. Massive upgrade on my msi gaming 750ti - from medium 1080 to max 1440p comfortably at 60fps on BF1 and Fortnite. It is louder though! Tested mining capability and it's pretty good, though runs loud


Good luck I’m still at delivery date pending... so not even got a date now so might be years until I can game again


Guess I could be a lucky one then. Apparently its out for delivery so they must be getting drips of stock in


Yep definitely supplier issues, probably sold them all to companies in Iceland with 500+ gpu mining warehouses. My gaming card blew up 3 weeks ago now and I’m still waiting. I don’t mind the wait but waiting and paying 100 quid over the odds is doing my sweed in

EVGA (04G-P4-6253-KR) NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti SC (Single Fan) Gaming, 4GB GDDR5, DX12 OSD Support (PXOC) Graphics Card £132.97 with code @ Amazon
Found 25th JanFound 25th Jan
Just use code BIGTHANKS for the extra £10 off New NVIDIA Pascal architecture delivers improved performance and power efficiency; 240Hz Max Refresh Rate Classic and modern games… Read more
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Mine still not cancelled, not holding out much hope though as overclockers have an eta of 30th March on their site


Similar situation with me, they seemed not to really care actually. I ended up ordering the Zotac 1050ti from OcUK for not a huge amount more and it arrived in less than 24h so km happier now.


Well not only has mine not arrived for the second time, they have completely cancelled my order. I held on and chose not to order from elsewhere because when I contacted them they said I had a guaranteed delivery date. Since then this exact model has gone up £40 to £190 and the cheapest of any brand seems to be around £175. Always had good dealings with Amazon in the past but how they handled this is awful.


Those of you who got extra money off as compensation which route did you use to complain?


They cancelled my order yesterday morning. The email said it was due to the item no longer being available from the supplier but maybe that isn't the case after all. But it was also shortly after several emails back and forth with the executive customer relations team so maybe that had something to do with mine being cancelled. Good luck with your order!

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EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 GAMING £665.48 @ Novatech
Found 23rd JanFound 23rd Jan
Variable Lead Times - Stock Due Soo

In other words we see an opening in the market. Know we can only get about 10 cards for the next 6 months. In that case we will maximise profit on each card.


That's unfortunate, its now up to £789! Its a shame they don't have a price guarantee.


I Think everyone should contact Novatech if you have pre-ordered one of these cards. I have just received this from them regarding the prices: "Thanks for getting in touch with us. I have spoken with our Purchasing Team this morning who have advised that the cost price for these cards has since increased. There is no current ETA from our suppliers but it seems that when the cards are in stock the price on your order will be increased. We can only confirm what the price will be once the cards are in stock with us." This looks like they will increase the price when they become available. I only inquired if I could have my pre-order dropped to the lower price of £651.56 from the original price I then asked if this was allowed and had a reply "Our Purchasing Team have confirmed that this is correct I'm afraid. There is a worldwide shortage on these cards at the moment and because of this the cost price has risen considerably, we cannot therefore guarantee any earlier prices. We will try to keep the prices as near to the original price as possible however until we have received stock we cannot confirm the exact price. " Not sure whats best now


I called them earlier today and they adjusted the price on my order to reflect the current lower price. I was also informed that Novatech will not withdrawal funds until items are ready for dispatch


It's gone down to £651.56 now.

EVGA 500 W1, Power Supply, 80+ WHITE 500W, 3 Year Warranty 37.97 @ Amazon
Found 18th JanFound 18th Jan
Very good for the price! 80 plus rating Specs: EVGA 500W - "Unbeatable Value" 80 PLUS White certified, with 80% efficiency or higher under typical loads Fan Size / Bearing: 1… Read more

Protection circuitry, components, build quality, warranty all come before that in my book. This has all those, and the efficiency under typical loads is fine. If you're that bothered about electricity, a shorter shower or less water in the kettle makes more difference. Cracking price for a decent PSU ...


I have the 600W version of this and it's a cracking PSU. Fits perfectly in my Dell XPS 8700 and powers a GTX 970 no problem! :)


I suppose it all depends what you define as a brand. 🤔


It's not always nessesary. I say buy any PSU as long as it's branded and atleast £20. Avoid the unbranded Chinese ones for less then £20 on eBay at all costs.


This is actually a really good PSU, I run a i5-4670k OC'd to 4.4GHz, 16GB of RAM OC'd to 2133MHz and a stock SAPPHIRE R9 380X NITRO, all stable

EVGA 1070 Ti 8GB £449.99 (possibly £445.49 TCB/Quidco) Currys
Found 5th JanFound 5th Jan
Technical specifications for EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8 GB SC ACX 3 Graphics Type: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti PCIe Video outputs - HDMI x 1 - DisplayPort x 3 - DVI x 1 Memory8 G… Read more

This really isn't a bad price considering EVGA make great cards, most 1070's and 1070 ti's are either sold out or stock cooling. There's little point talking about imaginary RRP's and "how much they should cost" because that's not how the GPU market is anymore. Cheers OP, ignore the haters!


This is a great deal, with 8% off with corporate perks, better price than getting same evga 1070.


£30 extra or less would buy you a 1080, you have to be braindead to pay this for a 1070 ti


I got a EVGA 1070 SC from Amazon for £337 in October so might be worth keeping a lookout regularly, this seems very expensive...I also thought my card was expensive but maybe it wasn't.


It's dependent of what you consider 'nice' an EVGA card is 'nice' to me because it's one of the better brands. RRP means nothing anymore. Just like this time last year 1070's were 330-380 easily purchasable, not so much now, and very rare.

EVGA 1060 SC 6 GB - £220.75 @ Amazon
Found 25th Dec 2017Found 25th Dec 2017
Almost the lowest it has ever been (£214) - and it hasn't been this low in a long while on Amazon at least.
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I'd like to have a go at this. How do you go about building a rig with 6 graphics cards? What is the best bang for buck for mining? Are you making much from doing it? I'd like to mine some Zcash


Seems like it, i was stupid enough to think to myself "will buy whole build with fresh head in the morning" and... ofc it's gone...


Just to Weigh in on the Small card vs big card overclocking and heating debate, I have a rig made up of 6 ITX pulse rx 570 sapphires cards and I get 930 h/s from each card overclocked with temps at lows of 48 and highest @ 57-58. Ether mining I get about 28.5-28.8 MH/s with optimised bios of course.


Sold all the stock at this price it seems.


Why 1800x and not the 1700 out if interest?

EVGA SuperNOVA 650W G2 PSU, 80+ GOLD, Fully Modular Power Supply, 7 Year Warranty @ Amazon - £84.51
Found 14th Dec 2017Found 14th Dec 2017
EVGA SuperNOVA 650 G2, 80+ GOLD 650W, Fully Modular, EVGA ECO Mode, 7 Year Warranty, Includes FREE Power On Self Tester Power Supply 220-G2-0650-Y3 Seems like a good price to me. … Read more

Corsair has digital monitoring and also a 10 year warranty. Japanese capacitors and has great quality.


Paid £56 via Amazon Warehouse last month and it really is a nicely put together unit


I wouldn't. This EVGA is a SuperFlower SuperNOVA. Top tier OEM up there with Seasonic and Delta. That Corsair is some CWT made supply. Yes, Corsair do 'tweak' those CWT design a bit by speccing better quality parts than some of the other CWT customers but I'd still far prefer SuperFlower to anything CWT make.


thought all EVGA Gold psu's came with a 10 year warranty?


agreed but it's not in stock on Amazon

EVGA 650 GQ, 80+ GOLD 650W, Semi Modular PSU £65.56 with Amazon Prime
Found 13th Dec 2017Found 13th Dec 2017
Had this sitting in my basket for a few days and it has now dropped to the lowest price ever according to camelcamelcamel. Averages 4.6 out of 5 stars from 372 reviews, and comes w… Read more
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Best advice I've seen on here in ages.


Was this price at eBuyer when I ordered two on Saturday. Not available any more so perhaps a brief price match?


But aside from the EVGA badge (and if something goes wrong their customer service which is meant to be quite good), this GQ supply has nothing to do with your G3 Supernova. Yours is made by the top-notch SuperFlower. This is made by FSP. Who can be okay, but I would never compare them to SuperFlower or Seasonic.


Just a warning to anyone looking to potentially upgrade their PSU, make sure you use the cables that come with the new PSU! Modular power supplies don't have standard pinouts - I wasn't aware of this and blew up all of my hard drives and LED fans a few weeks ago by leaving in the cables that came with my previous Corsair power supply ;(

EVGA GTX 1070 FTW ACX 3.0 £379.98 @ Novatech
Found 8th Dec 2017Found 8th Dec 2017
The cheapest 1070 on the market right now that's from EVGA! A three year warranty that EVGA will stand by plus RGB for those who like a pretty graphics card
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The price surge is due to idiots who know nothing buying into it thinking they are going to get rich fast. It will just crash just like every other time, level out and rise again at a sustainable rate. Crypto-currencies are not going anywhere, anytime soon.


I've been following the price of 1070s for about 5 months now and I haven't seen it go below £300 at all, that was the price I was looking to pay too. It came close but then cryptocurrencies took over and all the prices shot up. I'm waiting for next-gen now.


It is, and requires only 1 power connector, but performance is the same and I don't think you would see a massive difference in you electricity bill


yes you would... Or even better, try to get 1080 on ebay for around £440. I got mine couple months ago for £410


Up to £107.99 now :( Lucky for those who got for £84.99! (y)


I'm sorry, you seem to have misread I never said anything about mining and its limits either. the calculator i spoke of was a POWER CALCULATOR which i clearly said, its used to calculate power requirements based on specific components, you imput the components into the calculator it works out your minimum wattage requirement. you never asked about qualities before. you simply asked if it was good for crypto mining. it has quite acceptable, some would say good ripple suppression and rail voltage stability for mining, in a normal pc the same psu would be classified as excellent but for mining you could want better but you don't need better. you always have to calculate power consumption first, then look through wattage appropriate psu's first then pick a good quality one from there. don't assume wattage is all that changes with higher models, sometimes ones in the same series can vary heavily for example i cant remember if its g1 g2 or gq series the 650w was awesome but the same line the 750w wasn't great. btw my original comment while harsh was made to help, to help you understand your question couldn't be answered. if i answered yes or no then i would have been wrong based on the fact i would have given you an answer based on a guess based on a poor question if you don't understand now please don't resort to saying i don't know what I'm talking about.






Question wasn't about mining and its limits. No need for any calculators or lecture on any of its aspects. Question was simple: Is this power supply good for mining? Does it have any qualities that suit it to it? Or maybe completely otherwise? Can someone give me a tip? Your opinion on quality of it brings absolutely nothing on the subject. Especially when its wrong. I don't have time and energy to through 15 reviews or 20 forums hoping that maybe actually someone mentions something valuable about this particular psu. I was only hoping someone already knows and gives me few tips. If you don't intend to help, keep your rants to your personal blog, where you can pour your heart out, maybe you'll find someone who cares. Making people go through your creations that wasn't either on the subject or intended to help is plainly wasting their time. I had hope that you might share some knowledge, yet obviously you would have to have it in first place...


deal has expired typical amazon its gone up by £20 some one needs to look into their pricing practices they are iffy.


JonnyGuru gave the 850w and 650w versions of the EVGA GQ overall scores of 9.2/10 and 9.4/10, respectively. Both had their average score dragged down by the "Value" category (both scored 8.5/10), which is irrelevant anyway when you're looking at UK sale prices, not US MSRP. Unless the 750w version is vastly different to its siblings, I can't imagine it's anything other than a great PSU. I'm not saying the EVGA GQ is the best PSU line ever, it isn't. However, as I said above, unless the 750w is considerably worse than its 650w and 850w siblings, to describe it as "good but not that great" is pretty misleading. "Great but not the absolute best money can buy", would be far closer to the truth. As for whether people need 750w or can make do with less, that's entirely down to use case.


looking at it too simple more to psu there the listed watts This unit is good but not that great also do you need anything near 750w I don't think you do so it is pointless get a top quality 550w I would get sunflower leadex 550w for £70 (full modular) over this or even bitfenix formula 550w for same price (non modular)


I'd say this one. The extra 100w is nice to have and the semi-modular design doesn't really matter when the only permanently connected cable is the 24 pin; it's difficult to use your PC without that one connected! XD


thank you very much its so hard some times to make your mind up. I suppose its almost flip a coin

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 8GB Blower Fan GAMING Graphics Card £439.99 Scan
Found 24th Nov 2017Found 24th Nov 2017
EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 GAMING Blower Fan 8GB GDDR5X VR Ready Graphics Card, 2560 Core, 1607MHz GPU, 1733MHz Boost

It is NOW £489.98, only £439.99 when it is out of stock?


Anyone think non-blower cards will pop up on deals later?


Not for general use but when it's under load it does spool up and become much more noticeable. I normally have headphones on though so I can't say it's ever been a problem. I wouldn't say it's louder than the GIGABYTE and that is a more expensive card with a higher overclock.


Is it loud?


I have one of these purchased Black Friday last year for £529 and Ive been very pleased. Currently running in sli with a gigabyte g1, the blower runs cooler for low usage but then does get hotter than the gigabyte under load. Works great though.

EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC Black Edition GAMING £655.47 @ Amazon
Found 23rd Nov 2017Found 23rd Nov 2017
Cheapest i've seen a decent 1080ti go for in a while. 9 left in stock, go go go...



;( Wanted to get one - is back up to over £700


Back up over £700


Dont these have the heat issie/limited fan speed. Sure ive seen that somewhere...


Nope amazon don't normally participate in the free game promotions

BNPL @ VERY EVGA GTX 1080 TI 11GB SC BLK GAMING + Destiny 2 Download £613.98
Found 9th Nov 2017Found 9th Nov 2017
I apologise in advance if this is a duplicate deal. £100 back on £500+ computing spend using Buy Now Pay Later. Enter MCDHY at checkout to order on 12 months Buy Now Pay Late… Read more

Still waiting on my code, my friend got one three weeks ago and he hasn’t received his either. Very customer service keep promising it will be here soon.


Did anybody that bought this get there Destiny 2 code yet?


And remember you can save yourself the delivery charge of £3.99 if you select a nearby deliver point to collect when you are ready so you don't need to wait in either!


I did the same deal a few months back. Very deducted the cashback against what I owed them on the day they said they would (in this case 14h December) once they knocked the £100 off I paid the rest of what I owed them the same day. I can't fault them at all.


I added a little explanation in the description. Hopefully that helps. Very have a poor reputation on HUKD. However, I haven't had any problems with them yet. Maybe I'm lucky, maybe Very have improved.

EVGA 450 BT 80+ BRONZE 450W 3 Year Warranty Power Supply - £27.14 Delivered @ Ebuyerexpress/Ebay
Found 26th Oct 2017Found 26th Oct 2017
Not over keen on buying direct from ebuyer but am tempted to grab one with the protection of buying from Ebay/Paypal. Limited stocks available! Single +12V Rail Continuous Po… Read more

Thanks for your post. Shame they put the price up with the newly added stock, as you say next best is ebuyer direct (if you're feeling lucky!).


They have relisted it, only 6 available so. linky Never mind, they have now adjusted the price to £34.99. Cheapest price is now via Ebuyer's own website. link


Gone! I'll expire it now. Will update and unexpire if any new stocks come back in the next few days.


Going, going....


thanks ordered 1 - there is only 3 left now. Nice find. (y)

EVGA GTX 1060 6GB £253.97 - Amazon FRESH! £30 off code (£223.97)
Found 5th Oct 2017Found 5th Oct 2017
Okay, inspired by this post: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/evga-geforce-gtx-1070-sc-gaming-acx-30-black-edition-36797-33797-with-amazon-fresh-trial-2806587 It did not work fo… Read more

I do seem to live where they deliver, according to the list of postcodes. The issue seems to be that this card isn't listed under groceries. Other cards are though.


I prefer bicycles to monocycles too... but in this instance I've actually seen the benefits by benchmarking many variants.


Well done, you've finally provided an explanation. I'm not going to bother arguing with you. But your logic is basically 2 fans better than 1. What a joke.


I can "bash" anything I like as long as it's not against the law. I have been on a silicon induced quest recently.. I tested two of these and countless other 1060's.. I'm a big fan of EVGA due to warranty but the only card that I tested worse than this was the bog standard MSI with the crappy fan (and the MSI still had better OC headroom). The fan on these is pretty noisy and there is no OC headroom at all Do I have a better deal? No! I would however advise you to get a proper card with a proper dual fan implementation wherever possible.


Yeah sorry about that alex ^^ But if you know someone who lives where they deliver - then great, £30 off! ;)

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