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Msi Geforce RTX 2080  - ex-display £605.09 @ Ebuyer
Found 24th MarFound 24th Mar
Good card, cheaper on ebuyer as on amazon. Iven is exdisplay and have warranty aswell.

ebuyer and their endless 'ex-display' items, how do they get away with it as an online merchant with no retail sites


Sorry but cold, this was new at Amazon recently for £544 with 3 game codes and a normal warranty.


£500-550 I'll buy but £600+ for a budget model... GPU prices are crazy!


Yep. Questionable warranty given it's only ex display.


Its only 90 days warranty for it at least description says so. No RTX bundle code as its probably a customer return. I'm sorry, but thats not a good deal in my opinion. Not for £605 with known GDDR6 problems

Palit GeForce RTX 2060 StormX 6GB Graphics Card, £299.98 at Ebuyer/CCL (free game bonus)
Found 24th MarFound 24th Mar
And CCL Key Features: 6GB Graphics Memory Cooler Type - Active Fan Nvidia GPU Boost Technology Pre Overclocked Edition Outputs - HDMI, DVI and Display Port

Very nice, post it :)


there is as ASUS GEFORCE RTX 2060 PHOENIX 6144MB for 289.99 *expired


i have the evga 2060 single fan. it never goes beyond 60c on the auto fan setting, whisper quiet too. the heatsink is fat!, thing takes up 3 pci case slots.


same here ranging from 72-80c max under load, though on ultra settings (project cars 2, tomb raider series, fortnite), and on ultrawide monitor. my fps is lower than in most 2060 benchmarks due to the ultrawide + 16.9 split screen setup i have. bought from amazon for £299 5/7 ago, think its a good deal but do wonder if a good 1660 ti would have been a good choice (and saving), this thing is unlikely to run dlss/ray tracing at any particularly good fps/high res. vega 56 sapphire pulse offers were equally compelling, but i had to buy from amazon after my zotac mini 6gb 1060 developed a fault, the 2060 is relatively quiet i feel and no different from my prev 2060 (credit issued), all in all not a bad choice by any means


I bought this at the same price about a month ago. Its pretty loud despite my efforts to increase cooling I cannot get it lower than 68 degrees under load.

ASUS GeForce GTX 1060 Phoenix 6GB Graphics Card, £194.99 @ CCL (Free mining motherboard)
Found 24th MarFound 24th Mar
For a limited time, get a FREE MSI B360-F Pro Motherboard when you purchase this graphics card! Key Features: 6GB Graphics Memory Interface Type - PCI Express Cooler Type - Act… Read more

So they are resorting to giving away these mining mobos now!


Isn’t the 1660 13% faster, for the same or less!? ...ah, mining board included...still, not sure of the value. Not much mining to be done with a 1060.


What does that mean, just lots of PCIe-1x slots or are there other differences?


Done, hope it gets warmer :)


Should probably add to the title that it's a mining mobo.

ASUS GeForce GTX 1070 Expedition 8GB VR Ready Graphics Card £237.60 @ CCL
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Down to £237.60 for this card now on CCL. Other retailers charging far more for the same card. Manufacturer Code: 90YV09T6-M0NA00 - 8GB Graphics Memory - Interface Type - PCI Exp… Read more
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Most 1070s are still around £300 with Zotac at the cheaper end at ~£240, so £237 for an ASUS is pretty good. I just paid a smidge over £200 for a used one from eBay (MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X - Amazon price £420). If this deal had been around last week I may have gone for this brand new one instead.


3rd party cards were £400+ at launch. Though I'll grant you that 60% is still not great 3 years on.


Sold out. ;(


Wonder if we'll see any TI deals?


If Brexit gets cancelled? BWAAAHAHAHA... yeah, you know, if democracy dies and we turn into a fully fascist state, at least GPUs might be cheaper. hahahahahahahaha. (lol)

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GAMING Graphics Card + Fortnite bundle - £185.47 Delivered @ Scan
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 GAMING 6GB GDDR5 VR Ready Graphics Card, 1280 Core, 1506MHz GPU, 1708MHz Boost Comes with the Fortnite gaming bundle

You can sell the fortshite codes for about £20 too.


For a 15-20% performance increase it is worth the extra couple of quid for a 1660 model but this is a good price for this card although I'd expect the price of these cards to fall reasonably quickly within the next one or two months to clear the massive stockpiles of the 1060 GPUs.


the cooler is bad on these, not that noisy really but even on max speed won't be able to keep the card unthrottled, i had to replace it with aftermarket .The evga superclocked cooler is much better. Agree, <£150 could be considered, after 2 years this is far too close to rrp.


For £15 more from SCAN you can get a GTX 1660 so it’s not worth buying a 3 year old card such as this. These need to be £150 or less before they should be considered in 2019.

**B GRADE** AORUS GEFORCE GTX 1080TI 11264MB GDDR5X PCI-EXPRESS GRAPHICS CARD - £399.89 Delivered @ Overclockers
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
Seems like a good deal. If I hadn't recently purchased a RTX 2080 I would jump on this. Non forum members would need to pay £16:80 for next day postage.

You mean vega 56


Few 2070 left for £389, also Vega 64 for £199, seems ok (y)


Sorry English it's not my first language and I am work atm doing 3 things and buy video cards.


not trying to put anyone off I bought a 1060 b grade strix and it died just under 90 days.. a £800 2080 ti with 90 days warranty.. maybe you need to stick to what you can afford because a 90 day warranty with a 2080 ti given they are bound to end up faulty is a terrible risk


Are you trying to spell bought?? (confused) £800 on B-Stock Inno3D RTX2080ti with 90 days guarantee.. yikes

Palit GeForce GTX 1660 6GB StormX Boost Graphics Card £176 delivered with code at CCL eBay Store
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Note this is the non-Ti model, but even so it's a tenner cheaper than even the recent 1060 6GB deals for a faster, latest gen GPU. Comes with a two-year warranty. Reviews for the … Read more

The same happened to me , I had to go to Nvidia and manually download the drivers. Then all was fine, untill then only Microsoft display adaptor showed


Okay ignore that, redownloaded the driver and it came to life. I thought it was all the same driver but apparently not.


Did you just swap the card and it worked straight away? Mine doesn't seem to do anything, and I was already on the latest drivers. I'm getting display but only on the basic MS driver. Can't reinstall the Nvidia driver, says no compatible hardware found.


Arrived yesterday, replaced my gtx 660. I'm still rocking the i5 2500k overclocked at 4.2GHz, managed to run at 60fps constant in BF1 ultra at 1080p. Pushed it to 1440p and still playable but with some noticable FPS drops. A worthy upgrade indeed!


Heat added. Got it at 176. Well happy with this brand new out card. Hope it matches my expectations as far as performance goes.

MSI GeForce RTX 2060 6GB Ventus Boost Graphics Card £289.99 at CCL with eBay code
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Detailed Specifications GPU Chipset Manufacturer: NVIDIA Model Name: RTX Chipset Model Number: 2060 Chip Clock: Boost: 1680 MHz Number of Cores: 1920 Units Memory … Read more

Just noticed the advert on CCL says get your choice of game...


Forgot to say, thanks OP! Mine turned up today and got the same message from CCL about the key code.


CCl have told me game code will be emailed within 7 days


Installing mine as I type, had to disable Intel integrated graphics before it would pick up the gpu. Edit: All up and working now, also working with Adaptive Sync and my LG ultrawide monitor.


Mine arrived too, but I forgot that it doesn't fit well in the first PCI-E slot due to the cooler size. I've had to install in the other slot. Does it make a difference if it is PCI-E 8.0 over 16? Edit: Silly me. I wasn't putting it in right.

Zotac GeForce GTX 1070 Mini 8GB Graphics Card, £226.57 at Ebuyer/eBay-with code
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Today only, with code. Specifications GPU GeForce® GTX 1070 CUDA cores 1920 Video Memory 8GB GDDR5 Memory Bus 256-bit Engine Clock Base: 1518 MHz Boost:1708 MHz Memory… Read more

Should I get this for VR? Need to upgrade What about cards like 2060, 1660Ti?


What is 1070 "mini"?


Is this or the 1660 deal better?


Says its now £266 and the code doesn't work?


My expertise :)

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Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 6GB Boost Graphics Card, £188.16 @ CCL/eBay-with code
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
With code, today only. Warranty: 3 Years

I take my criticism back, CCL have dispatched the card today via DPD. (y)


Ordered Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Windforce for 236.54£ plus 7,5% from quidco, so around 220£ if I am lucky :)


Good price,however I ordered this on ebay and then checked the offical CCL site order tracking - they are awaiting stock(yet only three cards were being sold on eBay). My estimated delivery is 25-26 March. Seems a bit naughty to offer goods to sell when you don't have them in stock and don't mention it in the listing.


I think this makes your decision even clearer surely! I like my AMD Polaris cards but this should decimate all of them.


Amazing prices thanks to this code today, shame I don't need to change out my GPU!

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 ti, Mini ITX, £251.93 at Lambatek
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
EDIT: NOT the cheapest 1660 ti, please see Aria deal for £240. Search HUKD for "1660" and "ti" as two separate search terms. A 1660ti with a small but seemingly usable heatsink/… Read more

Edit: My apologies, it seems that they do indeed (but you need to search for 1660 and ti as two separate terms)


Aria sell them for £240


Better off using code PLAY15 and buy a new one on ebay from CCL with 15% discount.


For £8 more id rather have the dual fan version.

MSI GeForce RTX 2080 VENTUS 8G, Black - £544 @ Amazon
Found 17th MarFound 17th Mar
MSI RTX 2080, quiet cheap. Been there before, but it will not last long so try to get yours if you looking for one. Don't see the prices to go down very often for thsi card
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Is there a list of RTX 2080s that have fans that turn off under low loads? I had a bit of a look, but...


I ordered 2 at 544 last time and they both came. Maybe you were just unlucky?


Looks like the price is 659 when I follow the link. When amazon last sold RTX 2080 cards at approx £550 I ordered one. When the item finally came in stock they just cancelled my order and said I could re-order it if I wished. At which point the Amazon price was £700 ! So for people that missed this offer, you probably didn't miss anything ! Sadly too good to be true.


I got my self EVGA 2080 XC, initially the temps was reaching 78C set my fan curve manually was maxing out at 70C only. Then also Undervolted and overclocked same FPS in games and card only runs 65C max ever noticed in very demanding games. Usually stay at 60C on full load


I see. I would have suggested altering fan curve but loud at 74c doesn't fill me with hope.

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 OC 6GB GDDR5 Graphics Card at Ebuyer for £199.98
Found 17th MarFound 17th Mar
This looks like it’s come down a little more than when previously posted. Looks like a great card for the price.
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2600k since release (highfive)


As I said in another thread, I'd highly suggest the Zotac version of this card that has 3-4 heatpipes and an actual fin stack. The gigabyte version comes with a single copper heatpipe and is inferior quality. You can get a 1070 for less than £200 on the used market and that comes with 2GB extra VRAM and is a 3 year old card. Granted this comes with upsides such as being brand new, using less power and comes with warranty. The 1660 is a slow and steady advancement of price/perf, but it's not exactly revolutionary. It's a 2019 low-mid range card matching a 2016 high-mid range card. Some would be disappointed the industry has moved so little in that time frame.




and there's more, i'm still on my original win7 install too, only changes have been 3 gfx cards that couldnt last the pace


It comes near the 1070 founders edition in a few benches, but hardly a match, and that’s not even an AIO card.

Zotac Nvidia Geforce GTX 1070 8gb mini - £249.99
Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
From the manufacturer ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1070 Founders Edition Graphics Card 8GB GDDR5 Take on one of the most challenging, graphics-intensive games without missing a beat. The GeF… Read more
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is this the cheapest geforce card that can be used in SLI mode? Will it be worth upgrading with another one in the future I wonder?


Included "exclusive" Fortnite bundle


Depends on how long you want the card. I struggle to get most of my library above 3GB VRAM at 1440p. The most demanding game I can find is the Resi 2 remake and even at ultra it's running at 3GB VRAM.. If I turn shading to maximum it can reach all the way up to 18GB Vram which no GPU can handle currently anyway. Considering most gamers are still getting away with 4GB VRAM which has been around for the last 6-7 years, I don't think 6GB is going to be a problem. The GPU market isn't evolving that fast and we're still yet to see what the new 7nm architechture will even bring.

Zotac GAMING GeForce GTX 1660 Twin Fan 6GB GDDR5 Graphics Card £202.52 @ Ebuyer
Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
Best Pre-order price I've seen on this card. Twin fan design as well.
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If you want the hassle of selling the games then surely you'd be better with a Sapphire RX590 8GB at £219, selling the three game deal for £45/50 (easiest method + typical going rate for AMD deal if doing it as a bundle*) and getting a comparable card, albeit using 30-50% more power, for £170/180. Plus you can get a nice little OC out of this card without much issue. * Selling the games individually is a lot more effort now as you have to link Steam accounts to the reward site. Edit - AMD owner here (highfive)


No, only 15% performance increase for 33% cost increase, for £150 rx 580 4gb is still best bang for buck not to mention the free games. If you can get £50 for the games then the rx580 is half the price 15% less performance


Thanks, didn't know that. I honestly find that so strange of a decision to make


In a statement they said it was to show it was closer to the 2060 then the 1060 as it uses Turing architecture


How come they called this 1660 as opposed to 1160?

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 6GB OC Graphics Card - £211.49 Delivered @ Scan
Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
£204.78 DPD/UPS click collect. GTX1660 launches today, the cheapest picks of the dual fan models I have seen thus far are this Gigabyte for pre-order and this cheaper (shipped) … Read more
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Wondering if this is worth swapping for my 1060 6gb.


First comment as well how the hell did I miss that (lol)


Thanks for the heads up. I've posted in there.


@moh223 Don't know if you're still looking for a card but as you've probably seen Ebay currently have a 15% offer going, this one popped up in my notifications seems like a good time to buy (y)

PALIT NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti StormX OC 6GB Graphics Card at Aria for £240.99
Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
Looks like a great deal for me. Around 20 quid cheaper than other sellers The single fan design is great for small form factor cases without compromising performance. LIMITED AVAIL… Read more
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Any experience with buying from Aria PC?!? (p.s. I don’t get it how can Nvidia be so brutal on the GPU market and AMD compete with them? :/ These 1660ti-s at this price are crazy deals I think...


But the 1660 ti can overclock too :p


Well their best single core performing cpu doesn't beat intels best single core one but close


That's what everyone said about their CPUs before Ryzen.


AMD have never really been that good for the high end segment, sure the mid is where they succeed mind

MSI GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5 OC V1 Graphics Card, £184.99 at ebuyer (Free fortnite gear)
Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
New lower price. Specificastions Chipset Manufacturer- NVIDIA Chipset Model Name- GeForce GTX Chipset Model Number- 1060 Base Chip Clock- 1544 MHz Boost Chip Clock- 1759 MHz… Read more

Looks like 1660 is 20% faster than a 1060 and is available for £200+ That makes this deal quite poor. Id only buy a 1060 if you can get one for £160 or lower


Scan: Ebuyer: CCL:

Whitedot Bear in mind I'm saying 1660, not 1660ti.


In fact 1660 reviews are out now. They seem to start from £210. Edit: Overclockers have them from £199.99. Making this deal kinda redundant IMO.


Does anyone know if this card actually stops the fans when not needed, like many GTX cards do? (i.e. when not gaming).

PreOwned Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 TI 4GB £115 with Free Delivery - CeX​​
Found 12th MarFound 12th Mar
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 TI 4GB £115 with Free Delivery - CeX Yes, I know the 1660/1650s are around the corner however, this card is currently the most powerful GPU you can get tha… Read more
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About 50% faster.


Also CeX can do me a favor.(not going to say what) I bought laptop memory from them, which didn't work, took it back later, they said they have to test it but don't have the machine to do so (what?? it's literally an electronics store) I've waited hours so they said ok we give you a voucher of the CURRENT value of the memory and not what I paid for it before. This is their so called 24 months warranty procedure.


Really? I paid £115 for this card 2 years ago.


Although the RX570 needs power supply connectors.


For about £140 you can get a new RX570 with two free games and it’s slightly faster than this, New with warranty and saves you having to go into a shop that smells of teenage boys with slipknot playing at 400db volume. ;)

PreOwned Nvida GeForce GTX 1060 3GB - £135 with Free Delivery - CeX
Found 12th MarFound 12th Mar
Nvida GeForce GTX 1060 3GB - £135 with Free Delivery - CeX Coming from CeX this is of course a used graphics card but CeX will give you 2 Days Goodwill return , 30 Days Statut… Read more
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Who is selling a 1060 3GB for £135 new?


I laugh when I walk into their shops and look at the tech prices. Just not sure who buys this stuff at similar to new prices. It's probably the finance packages that might attract people wih limited funds.


Tbh, cEx is only ok for exchanging things and i mean getting vouchers and then using them in store. They sell ridiculously expensive. Their testing staff is so poor they end up selling fake graphics card with flashed bios...


The problem with this deal is you can get a new card with equivalent performance and 2 games, and a warranty for less. 3gb 1060s were always poor value and the amd rx cards only highlight that more. Cold.


It's not actually reference. They just use that picture but it can be any brand model you get. If you don't like the one received you can return it free of charge within 2 days.

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