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ASUS NVIDIA RTX 2080, 8G Turbo Graphics Card + Free BFV Code £659.99 @ SCAN
Found 8 h, 13 m agoFound 8 h, 13 m ago
I know a lot of people will be against having a blower style graphics card, however I think this is a good price for an RTX 2080 + free copy of BFV with its newly updated RT suppor… Read more
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HEAT Blower style fans are the best bet for small ITX cases as the hot air is not circulated inside the case. Just don't get why all blower cards look so ugly except for the old Founders Edition


You're doing something wrong then, mine never sounded bad at all?


They sound like a lawnmower


For those who don't like blower cards the EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 BLACK EDITION GAMING 8GB GDDR6 is the same price @ scan with BFV


I had a 980 blower card for years & never gave me any issues, I honestly don't see why people are so against them?

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 8GB BLACK GAMING Turing Graphics Card + Battlefield 5 Download £659.99 + £11.50 del Scan
Found 12 h, 20 m agoFound 12 h, 20 m ago
EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 BLACK EDITION GAMING 8GB GDDR6 VR Ready Graphics Card, 2944 Core, 1710MHz Boost Few other discounted 2080 cards too… Read more
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Still a crazy price, compared to a RTX2070 its about +70% more price for only +15% more performance


Well put. I run a similar system, and update in roughly the same manner.


I'm an avid sim racer and spent ~£1,200 a couple of years back building myself a i5 6600k and GTX1070, 16GB ram etc from scratch Thankfully there are no Sims currently that can leverage RTX as combined with close to real life physics would bring it to a slide show, not something that's conducive to the games I play. I ruined it this weekend when I tried playing at 4k and my system really is starting to show its age. However I think a 2080, CPU is doable on the same budget I spent previously. The added advantage is this time I already have the memory, hard drives, decent socket 1151 cooler, case and decent Seasonic PSU that should still have enough umph to power next gen. Z370 Mobo = £90 (Gigabyte) I5 8600k = £245 RTX2080 = £660 Total = £995 Cannot grumble too much at that £1.50 a day over two years. I get a lot of fun for my £1.50


while I know the prices of components rise, the biggest problem with the RTX is not many people are going to buy a RTX without buying a new CPU So getting a new graphics card and CPU and motherboard your not going to get much change from £1500 its going to be a very hard sell , when you think in most games your not going to notice any difference


If a 2080TI can do 50 f/s avg with RT on then what are the frame rates for the RTX 2080 and RTX 2070?

Refurb Apple iMac 14,1 A1418 21.5" 1920 x 1080, i5 3330s 2.7Ghz, 8GB/1TB, GeForce GT640M, £297 With Code @ ITZOO
Found 10th DecFound 10th Dec
28 available at time of posting. THANKS10 (new customers) or FACEBOOK10 code takes it to £297 . I know zilch about iMacs so can't comment further! :) Says: Grade: A- Grade… Read more

Depends what your after, if its browsing then I am sure its fine, you might want to revise your thoughts on El Capitan though:


Great deal


Accepted, but it's still a very decent and capable CPU and with a very good OS with El Capitan, it's good enough


Not all i5's are the same, this is from 2012: ( 3rd gen, my laptop which I bought last year is 8th). This is the same lot that were selling i3 windows laptops for under 100 last week.


Thanks guys - went away to wash my hair (genuinely). Might be worth watching their email newsletter to see if more appear - the Thinkpad X250 reappeared on a new link today as it has a bigger SSD than before :)

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Palit GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 11GB - With free Battlefield V £989.99 @ CCL online
Found 9th DecFound 9th Dec
Cheapest RTX 2080Ti right now with Battlefield V + Free P&P

Yeah, I would take a miss on the 4080 as it has heating issues and too many RMAs, it's fixed in the 5060 which has more bandwidth and handles 8k well.


Or even better, the 4080 will drop the 3070 to the sub £300 Mark. It is worth waiting guys. Don’t forget battlefield VII is coming in 4 years, just round the corner


RX 3090 ( or better ) then :)


The YouTuber AdoredTV has received information from several sources regarding AMD’s new graphics card generation. The first three models will be called RX 3080, RX 3070 and RX 3060 and will primarily target Nvidia’s mid-range segment. The name could not be chosen by chance. Nvidia’s RTX graphics cards have the naming scheme 2080 or 2070 after all. As with the Ryzen chipsets in relation to Intel, AMD could use the name of the next generation of the competitor. On the other hand, AMD would also come up with a similar naming scheme with Ryzen 3000. With regard to performance, there are also some initial statements. Thus AMD apparently actually brings the new generation first in the middle class. The RX 3080 is supposed to compete with the RTX 2070 and show an increase in performance of 15 percent compared to the RX Vega 64. The TDP of the Navi 10 chip should be 150 watts, 8 gigabytes of GDDR6 are used as graphics memory. Also the RX 3070 should count on 8 gigabyte GDDR6 memory and come to the level of the RX Vega 56. The chip should be Navi 12 and has a TDP of 120 watts. The direct competitor would be here the RTX 2060 and/or at present the GTX 1070. The RX 3060 is the entrance into the Navi series. The chip should also be based on Navi 12, but with 75 Watt TDP. The video memory is 4 Gigabyte GDDR6. With these specifications, it should reach the performance level of the RX 580 and is thus the direct competitor of the GTX 1060 or a potential RTX 2050.


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MSI NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB 6GT OC V1 Graphics Card £194.96 / £199.75 delivered @ Scan
Found 5th DecFound 5th Dec
Ordered the currys one but missed out as OOS. Looks like a decent price. Might have to add a few £ for delivery but seems decent and from a decent supplier.

Bought this card recently and pleased with it. Don't forget there is a $20 steam voucher which can be claimed from MSI, converted to 15 pounds something on Steam. Claimed mine recently so know it works!! :D


It's closer than a lot of people think, the 570 performs like a RX 480 which did reasonably well at competing with the 1060. Also with the 570, there's a lot of room to tweak for extra performance. The VRAM is only running at 7Gbps and should OC to 8Gbps at least, some lucky ones will get to 9Gbps. The core can also be potentially overclocked to 1400MHz+ from the ~1300MHz stock. If you can do all of that, you'll end almost approaching RX 580 performance which is on par or slightly better than a 1060. And you'll be paying much less, especially considering you could sell the two games bundled with the 570 if they're not to your liking. Also don't forget you can use freesync with AMD cards which is a major advantage.


For the extra £40-£50 you are getting a fairly chunky return on benchmark figures: I'm moving from an ageing but still resilient GTX 960 (Strix 2Gb) so just about any upgrade will see an improvement. Might hold out for the 1060 though. As I say, I think all these things are going to drop - probably post Christmas. Not that I am saying getting a 570 now (or the 1060 OP posted) would be a bad deal. Edit: just had a look at and they've got a 580 for £170... Can't comment on whether the "Red Dragon" sub brand is any decent though...


My brother has this card in his PC, it's annoying because you can't turn the fan speed down past 50% and they will always run no matter what, causing unnecessary wear when the GPU is idling. In terms of value for 1080p gaming, it can't get better than a 570 which are currently going for £150. You even get two games free with those.


Don't forget the added value of the "nVidia Fortnite Bundle" .. (annoyed) .. Seriously though, while the price is the same(ish) as the PC World deal (now dead) this card is not as good as the one they were offering. Clearly a 6Gb 1060 is nothing to be sneezed at (even in this weather) but I think there are some decent price drops coming in soon as both AMD and nVidia realise the crypto boom is well and truly over and they've been left with a backlog of mid-high end cards nobody was buying because of the price. Not knocking OP's posting of the deal, not at all, I just have a hunch there is more value to be had in this market soon. Just hunch, mind...

ZOTAC GeForce RTX 2080 Ti AMP! Edition Graphics Card £1159.98 @ Ebuyer + Battlefield V
Found 5th DecFound 5th Dec
GPU GeForce® RTX 2080 Ti CUDA cores 4352 Video Memory 11GB GDDR6 Boost Clock 1710MHz Memory Bus 352-bit Engine Clock Boost: 1665 MHz Memory Clock 14.0 Gbps PCI Expres… Read more
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I'll live with it.


This is the problem with AMD, they will ONLY offer a 2070 like performance for much lower in price. They will not even come close to the 2080 or 2080 Ti:( We might as well buy the Vega 64. Guess the only difference with the new cards, they will run cooler than the old ones.

Sam_Crow Not official prices but still. Blimey.


Which new cards? and where have you seen official pricing? The RTX cards are a rip off btw , the 2070 isnt bad at around £400 but the rest take the pee


It's true. You can't even spell simple words. Correcting people's grammar on hot deals, tells me that you're either a troll, or, have some sort of obsessive disorder.

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Zotac NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8GB MINI ZT-P10710G-10P £354.98 + £5.48 delivery @ Scan
Found 4th DecFound 4th Dec
Zotac NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8GB MINI Graphics Card ZT-P10710G-10P Raise the playing field with ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1070 Ti MINI graphics card. A super compact 1070 Ti model th… Read more

If you don't game that much, I personally feel you should have gone for a 1440p screen and a 1060 gpu. Having gone for the 4k monitor, if you want to play with good graphics I would be tempted to go for the Ti. Depends on if money is a real issue or not!


Opinions on whether this is worth the extra dollar over the 1070? It's a year and a half newer. For reference I have a 4k display, don't game that much, and probably won't upgrade for another 4 years. Thoughts?


Tough one. This or the non-Ti from Ebuyer for £299. I heard this card suffers from coil whine. Is that a problem with the non-Ti too? If not, I might just save myself the 55 quid


Voted hot. Got the EVGA 1070 NON-TI during Black Friday "week" for £299.99 - if the performance difference is worth the extra cash then good deal I say. Mini version too if space is tight. Edit: And an extra game too. The EVGA only had Monster Hunter.


I know it's but even I had to vote hot

MSI GeForce RTX 2070 ARMOR 8GB £459.99 @ Ebuyer
Found 3rd DecFound 3rd Dec
Just noticed after buying this last week, that its dropped to £459.99, with £19.99 reduction, and here i was thinking i had a good buy last week. (shock) Great gpu easily overcl… Read more

Like some others here i did wait and wait for gpus to come down in price, i had a 290, and i actually got this last week at the 479 price, decided to get it as bf5 is included which sweetened the deal, but with gpu prices, its probably easier to predict stock market than to guess if its going to go up or down, ideally i think it should be 400, but at time of writing this was actually cheaper than a 1080 yet its a much faster card, so it was a no brainer for me, and i've been happy playing everything on ultra at 4k


The 2070 will probably be my last card. It will see me through the next few years. The Xbox X is already very good. If the new consoles are as good as expected and especially if Microsoft make mouse and keyboard useable in FPS , then it's going to be a very nice 4k experience. The 2080ti will still cost more than the consoles by then.


I have slowly moved over to console gaming. Used to love PC gaming have over 2k games on my steam account but it hardly gets touched now . Nvidia are shooting themselves in the foot with these GPU prices. Amd arnt much better they kept the stock Low when they were riding the mining craze. The only losers are the Gamers :( . Not voted either way but thanks for post op .


I can see the other two coming down but i can't see the 2070 under £450 for a bit.Theres still the new 1060 and 590 for the budget market. Maybe £400 eventually but not at new year and not until all the 10 series have gone.


I bought 1070 2 year agi for £330 from curry pc world and. I sold it for £400 i think prices wil go up bcoz nvidia alway keep stock low

Medion Erazer P6689 i5-8250U 8GB RAM 1TB HDD 128GB SSD GTX 1050 Win 10 Gaming Laptop - £629.97 or £620.97 with which? trial @ Laptops direct
Found 3rd DecFound 3rd Dec
You can also have an additional £10 off If you pay £1 for a 1 month trial of which?. If you do this don't forget to cancel after the first month! I've seen this laptop posted aro… Read more

So glad I didn't see this as Mrs would have killed me!


Still can't get over the fact the Argos ebay store were offering a similar specced Grade A refurb with 12 months' warranty for half this price only 4 days ago. As this has by far been the best laptop deal of late, anything else is such a huge disappointment. Sorry for anyone else that missed out on it too!






Yep, and a 1050 will be able to get at least 50-60fps on high settings.(See this test, which is running a much weaker processor too!) A 1050ti is usually only ~20% faster than a 1050, so it should run well no issues, especially if you turn more demanding settings down like shadows.

Palit GeForce RTX 2080 Dual £579.47 @ Amazon
Found 2nd DecFound 2nd Dec
Palit GeForce RTX 2080 Dual on sale. Seems to be the weakest of the 2080 from the benchmarks I have seen but still. More info here: Palit GeForce RTX 2080 Dual

Would you guys believe me that I cancelled the order to buy the MSI GeForce RTX 2080 SEA HAWK?? SO I NEVER GOT THE £25 ;( ;( (poo) (mad)


Thanks for the free £25


lol so I gave everyone £25 Amazon voucher for free:))) and it didn't cost anyone anything (party)


Gutted but £25 is a nice touch! Gotta love Amazon!


Cancelled given £25 but I used a £25 promotional balance on it (annoyed) I'll try to get it back Update: managed to get £20 back, lost £5 but oh well I'm still glad I ordered

ASUS GeForce GTX 1060 6 GB OC Expedition Edition Graphics Card £189 @ Currys PCWorld - £189.00
Refreshed 3rd DecRefreshed 3rd Dec
Not sure if it comes with the free games like with Scan and eBuyer but is £30 cheaper and seems to be cheapest GTX 1060 6GB going at the moment. Free delivery or collection in sto… Read more
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Picked up my order the other day at my local Huddersfield branch. Currys PC World really are a mess. Instead of sending one card they sent a box full, almost walked away with 12 cards for the price of one. (lol)




** Deal Expired ** Don't bother with this. Good card, yes, but PC World is a f**king mess. Kept saying item in stock on website, each time I tried to pay for it I was told that my basket was empty. Contacted customer support who gave me the direct phone number to my local PC World store. Waited 6 minutes (yes 6!) over 2 calls for someone to answer - nobody did. I then went to the store, when I arrived the person who was working in the gaming section simply said she had no experience with graphics cards and couldn't help me - despite my issue being with stock and not specifications. Something that I tried to explain but the staff member turned rude and obnoxious when I simply asked her to be quiet and listen to my question rather than simply absolving herself of all involvement. In the end, PC World is the f**king pits, and nobody should use them. They may have the odd decent deal but their staff and service are absolutely dreadful.


It's pretty straight forward, just take your time, don't snag any wires. I recommend uninstalling current gpu drivers before installing the new card to avoid any issues.


Yeah, does seem to have the slight edge in a good few games, look at the games on Userbench and you'll see the 1060 does go a little further in more of the tested games. I assume you're running the games at 1080p? Other benches shows the 580 has a bit more push in 1440p.

Zotac GeForce GTX 1070 Mini 8GB Graphics Card + fortnite promotion Key + Free Monster Hunter World £297.49 @ Ebuyer
Found 30th NovFound 30th Nov
1.5 % cashback GTX 1070 Mini 8GB GDDR5 1708MHz Boost 5 Years Extended Waranty* GPU GeForce® GTX 1070 CUDA cores 1920 Video Memory 8GB GDDR5 Memory Bus 256-bit Engine Clock Base:… Read more

Well Amazon replaced it at first, the second one was the same before I gave up and went to EVGA.


OK, to make it clear, either your card was faulty or not manufactured to normal standards, or there was something wrong with your methodology in either cooling your PC or measuring the temps. 80C is not the norm for this card.


It won't be cooling, I can assure you, especially given how low my overclocked 4670K runs.


I'd suggest your card was an outlier in that case, or as I said, your cooling was insufficient.


My Zotac GeForce GTX 1070 Mini ran at 80 degrees playing PUBG. Not really the case of having not enough cooling when the EVGA card runs so much cooler is it? Especially when the TDP is higher on the Ti version. Besides, the whole point of a "Mini" card is to use it in smaller form factor builds such as mITX cases where space and airflow is especially limited.

Asus Expedition GeForce GTX 1060 OC edition 6GB GDDR5 Graphics Card £219.99 Ebuyer
Found 29th NovFound 29th Nov
Had a price drop email on this. Not in the market for one myself right now, but just in case this is uesful to anyone.

Many people would pay the extra 10 to NOT have any contact with Ebuyer (excited)


yeah i would pay the extra 10 to have the direct contract with ebuyer and the credit card protection that goes with it lol


Pretty sure this same card is under 210 on eBay if the code applies.


most will compare it to the ebay 15% off msi, me personally would go for this over an msi and tbh if it wasn't for the recent mining carnival these would and probably should be nearer the £170-180 mark, at current prices its ok so not going to vote it either way.


(embarrassed) OK so I guess this wasn't useful

MSI GeForce RTX 2070 8GB ARMOR Boost Graphics Card £437.85 @ cclcomputers Ebay
Found 28th NovFound 28th Nov
my 1st ever deal this is the cheapest i can see online i am trying for almost a week for this GPU VOUCHER CODE : PRESENTS BF 5 Game cheaper than anywhere Free delivery too as op… Read more

You should have tried one here. Silly.




I got the code as I purchased it through their official site not through ebay.


i am 150% sure he cant he is lying he can only speak english :D


You guessed wrong but then, as it wasn't an educated guess, it is hardly surprising , I can speak 2 other languages as well as English for what it is worth. (highfive)

EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 BLACK EDITION GAMING 8GB GDDR6 £464.68 scancomputers_int  Ebay
Found 28th NovFound 28th Nov
About £15 cheaper than it was the other day. Free delivery too as opposed to going via Scan direct.

Voted hot and ordered, thanks


No idea to be honest, the standard edition was posted a few days ago and got 200+ and was more expensive than this deal So not quite sure why this has gotten so cold


Thinking about getting this, but just wondering why it's cold. Seems like a good price


How can I apply this code "PRESENTS"? It can't be applied as a voucher


Evga support is also much better than msi as well

Stormforce Tabular Gaming PC - Core i7-7700K, 32GB RAM, 512GB SSD + 4TB HDD, 2 x GeForce GTX 1080, 3 Year Warranty £1999.99 Delivered @ Box
Found 28th NovFound 28th Nov
Serious beast of a gaming rig on offer here from Box. WIth 2 x GTX 1080s, 32GB of Hyper X DDR4, Core i7-7700K, this rig should run through anything you throw at it. Yes, alot of p… Read more

Too expensive for such an old hardware, I can build current gen for far less.


Problem with pre built is Psu. Never skimp out on psu. Also build newer gen for less


Would've been hot 3 years ago.


I have 2 1080s in SLI and I can confirm that it's practically useless. The games that it works on are usually well-optimised so the additional power is redundant, and of course the games you want (read: need) it to work on don't have a chance in hell to ever be updated for it. It's sad but in a world where hyperthreading isn't an industry standard it's hardily surprising. Any pre-build that advertises SLI as a default choice is an absolute scam.


Looks like an exercise in dumping old stock. Dual 1080s is definitely an odd design decision to make given the inconsistencies in SLI support from developers. I also doubt there's a huge cost difference between a pair of 1080s and a single basic 1080 Ti for system integrators. Then there's the question of the RAM. There's nothing wrong with it in anyway but from a retail perspective 2400MHz DDR4 isn't a particularly easy sell as much higher rated XMP memory speeds can be had for little or no difference in cost. And as for 32GB, it sure sounds good and will impress your friends but (even with an eye to the future) it's overkill for gamers. There can be performance benefits to running 16GB over 8GB but it's a case of rapidly diminishing returns as games simply aren't written to exploit huge amounts of system memory. It is of course a very different story for video editors who will easily benefit from the extra RAM but this isn't a system aimed at creative types, as shown by the SLI setup. The numbers might look good to the uninitiated but it's an oddly specced system, and better component balance and more bang for the buck is to be had elsewhere.

MSI GeForce GTX 1060 6GB OC V1 £176.82 with code @ EbuyerExpress eBay
Found 28th NovFound 28th Nov
Update - now reduced to £176.82 when using code PRESENTS - Pre Overclocked Edition - Boost Chip Clock 1759 MHz Pretty good price, free delivery, 10 available.

Got mine today, went straight onto msi site, registered and am awaiting steam voucher!! :D


Got mine this morning (y)


Might want to read the description ....


Expired I think, Price gone up to £208 Update: ignore I though it was discounted from £199. With code it gets down to £!!


Anyone know if we're eligible for the geforce Fortnite bundle ?

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 Ti GAMING 8GB Graphics Card cyber monday deal £369.99 @ Ebuyer
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
Pretty good price for the triple fan version

I see it at 399.96 too, so I would assume yes.


I see the price as £399.96. Has it gone up?


The graphic cards sale for this year has been laughable. Increasing prices days before the sale and then offering some percentage of sale. This is nothing but scam.


I waited for this but am happy with went with the Overclockers Vega deal, offering a Vega 64 or Vega 56 with 3 games, the 56 at £299, seeing as I would buy The Division 2 for up to £50 makes it £250 for me, plus this card is only a year or so old compared to the 1070/1080 series, I've got the card now and its unreal, the quality is amazing! For me it was either a 1070ti or the AMD's , I might have gone for this at this price, but am so glad I chose the AMD card now, it's just as fast if not more in some games, and it's only getting better having the newer tech. So if your in two minds check Overclockers, they did run out of Stock but if you look on their forums they did say they would be issuing the deal again when stock comes back in. The 56 is backup to £349 & the 64 £449 still comes with free games though, but it might be worth holding on to see what Christmas offers they do. BTW I'm not saying this isn't a great deal just an alternative if it helps..


Does anyone know much about this card - Can't find much information about this model in terms of where its placed. I understand that they are all very similar but wondered if anyone had heard anything about it.

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 SC 8GB ACX 3.0 Black Edition £319.98 @ Scan
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
EVGA Superclocked GTX 1070 Black Edition If you are looking to get the most of your new GeForce GTX 1070 then the Superclocked version could be for you. This version of the Superc… Read more
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More than double what they pay in the US. Lovely


Back to full price


Roughly £195 converted. Criminal


why cold for scan?


As long as suckers will be willing to pay current prices as if the current state of affairs were normal, manufacturers won’t lower their prices.

ASUS ROG Huracan G21CN Core i7-8700 16GB 1TB + 256GB SSD GeForce GTX 1070 8GB Windows 10 Gaming PC  £1099.97 @ Laptops Direct
Refreshed 25th NovRefreshed 25th Nov
Always hard to find. £500 off.
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The 1st system I built was a cyrix ripoff of a pentium 75. Not much info out then but as long as you bought the right stuff for the slots and set the jumpers right you were ok. Ran Quake semi slow but lacked a FPU. I remember the vga monitor used to crackle as stuff shorted in the tube. BIOS was as basic as it came.


Nice find, man.


Expired? It's showing as 1500


Seems to have gone up to £1499.97 but they do price match and if you ring them should match the previous price.


Looks like a over grown Nvidia shield

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