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GeForce GTX 1070Ti Gaming 8192MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card - £439.99 @ overclockers (£449.89 incl del)
Found 22 h, 46 m agoFound 22 h, 46 m ago
GV-N107TGAMING-8GD, Core Clock: 1632MHz, Boost Clock: 1721MHz, Memory: 8192MB 8000MHz GDDR5, Stream Processors: 2432, SLI Ready, VR Ready, PhysX/CUDA Enabled, 3 Years Warranty. Fr… Read more

Stock is slowly appearing nearer r.r.p., as expected. I really wouldnt buy unless its Urgent! As already pointed out , the 11 series release may also shake prices of these very capable cards downwards. I have given it some heat tho for being 'realistic' priced.,


Talking of cool, have you checked the mirror lately?


New GPUs will likely be around the same price if you can hold out a few months. Look at the performance between 9 series and 10 series; it's definitely significant enough to wait IMO.


1080 that didn't quite make it, Solwer memory and aging architecture for £440? If you really need a card then it's ok; otherwise wait out the year


Great card, picked one up for £360 with eBay 20% offer in January. If I was looking now though I'd probably wait.

Gigabyte AX370-GAMING 5, Corsair 8GB Vengeance LPX DDR4 & VS650 psu & deapcool case £254.95 / £266.45 delivered @ scan
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
Ok this is a mega bundell and its pretty good Gigabyte AX370-GAMING 5 motherboard Corsair 8GB Vengeance LPX DDR4 (2x4gb 2400mhz ram) Corsair 650w vs650 psu DeepCool Dukase V2 Bla… Read more

Going with the 2400g with build in graphics cant afford the gfx card atm maybe in the future also need more ram so money will likely go into that first. Excited with my first build so much choice out there its mind blowing appreciate the advice


PS and LR, are not core hungry. I'd either look at the 2600 and a dedicated gfx card (photoshop does love gpus) or go for the 2400g and then upgrade next year (with the 2400g). The 1600 looks good too price wise .. I'd look at a low to midrange dedicated gpu with as much vram as possible (for ps & lr) Also the the 1700 maybe worth getting as that should sink to 200 shortly Depends on your budget


Kinda. You can get the Mobo and Board for 176.99 and the PSU and Case for 79.96 so only a squid in it, and there's a load of other PSU/Casew combos. All under Today Only on the same linky


Expired now :(


Looking for a photo editing suite photoshop and lightroom primarily some light gaming something with built in graphics that is future proof for a couple of years

Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 1080 Graphics Cards £557.40 @ Amazon Dispatched and sold by Scan Computers Intl Ltd
Found 14th AprFound 14th Apr
Another very reasonable price for a 1080.
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PC Master Race can chirp on all they want about how good their specs are, a console at £350 vs a decent rig well in excess of £1000. Can't beleive how expensive PC tech is these days.


Any good for playing Fallout A post nuclear role playing game?


Seen these in the last couple of weeks for around £520-530, soooo yeah... Just hang on a little, or buy a used EVGA card for the warranty.


There's comparable offers out there if you look for them. Same card (I think) for £549 Slightly faster card for £562


Expect better taste and quicker to heat when Beans Pascal comes out.

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Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 1060 ITX 3GB GDDR5 PCI-E £209.99 Amazon
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
good deal for a 3GB 1060 has 1556MHz Base/1771MHz when using oc mode or 1531MHz Base/1746MHz when using normal mode
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I've got a Asus 1060 6bg and Evga SC 1050ti 4gb in two different machines, wish I hadn't bothered with the 1060 as the 1050ti 4gb plays everything and anything I can throw at it at 1080p and has really impressed me, a 1060 for the money isn't a good buy the 6gb is the biggest con as it's only between 3 to 7% better than the 3gb and both are not quite good enough for 4k or 1440p and never will be - a 4gb 1050ti for cheaper will do all you need at 1080p for now. In my opinion the sensible choice would be a cheap bargain 3gb 1060 if you can find one or low priced 1050ti for now until prices get better - as I understand it the 6gb 1060 isn't powerful enough to really make use of all of it's 6gb of ram anyway and the small difference in performance just isn't worth the money. A good example is the 960 2gb and 4gb 3-4 years on and the difference is still minimal between them.


Normal price



Thanks, amazing my memory still works (y)


it has less cuda cores

Gigabyte H310M Micro ATX Socket 1151 8th Generation Intel Motherboard £54.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 9th AprFound 9th Apr
Alternative to the higher specification and cost Z370 Chipset motherboards that were previously the only way to run an 8th Generation Intel CPU. Sure, less features such as overclo… Read more
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These boards are for OEM bulk (company/business orders) buy. The few pounds you save compared to a B360 are not worth it. Do not buy this board for a budget gaming rig, go for B360 and do yourself a favour guys or at least do some research and don't miss out on features you might want for another £5-£10.


You can get a B360 for less than £60; there's really no sense in getting an H310 board. Though unless you're already committed to Intel's 8th gen, I think it'd be prudent to see how the Ryzen refresh shapes up; they might obsolete the i5 8400 at its current price point.


I have had a bad experience with Ebuyer too. If you have any issues and need to claim warranty, you will receive a partial refund. They will avoid at all cost to give you a replacement if the item has any issues over 6 months. AVOID the bad customer service and shop somewhere else.


i5 8400 even.. great bang for buck


Got all excited then saw the supplier... enough said on other items

Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8GB WINDFORCE Graphics Card £455.47 Delivered @ Scan
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
GEFORCE GTX 1070 TI WINDFORCE The Gigabyte GAMING 8G is a truly impressive GPU. Targeted towards gamers and Virtual Reality this card is capable of running the most testing of gam… Read more

The same can be said for people who overclock their components. You never know how much voltage they put through the hardware...In the end it comes down to whether it's worth the risk or not.


You’d have to assume you purchased from someone that new what they were doing, and there would never be any guarantee of that.


This is correct.


And an r actually...


Makes sense now. Thanks.

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Gigabyte GTX 1070ti Windforce 8GB Graphics Card - £459.89 Delivered @ Overclockers
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
Seems a decent price for a 1070ti, today only price. This price is for forum members (free shipping), price is £ 459.89 if you dont qualify for free shipping. Features: Powered… Read more

Not really the best time for building a PC to be honest, considering the inflation of GPUs. You might get a better deal buying a prebuilt pc on sale, or even a gaming laptop, even though you can't upgrade them. If you can grab a cheap GPU, then by all means go for it! But personally I'd wait


There's many other ASIC resistant cryptocurrencies though, such as Vertcoin (proved to be anti ASIC by forking in the past [2014 ish]), and Monero (forking to be ASIC resistant due to Bitmain releasing a Cryptonight ASIC).


It's finished


still live!


Well its about time, pascal is two years old and was just a rehashed maxwell with higher prices. Hopefully AMD step it up very soon or we'll have another two years of overpriced cards...

Gigabyte AB350M-Gaming 3 Motherboard, AMD Ryzen 5 1600 Processor and Seidon Cooler Bundle £249.99 @ Ebuyer
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
Motherboard - GA-AB350M-Gaming 3 Processor - AMD Ryzen 5 1600 Cooler - Cooler Master Seidon 120V V3 Plus DDR4 Support ATX Form Factor

You do realise there's other vulnerabilities which exist to elevate your rights up to admin? So the point is sort of redundant.


I disagree they are 'low level and far less serious'. The simple fact there are so many different exploits available is very disturbing.


Who said AMD could do no wrong? Yes these vulnerabilities are there, BUT they are low level and far less serious than the report made out.


No, it's not. And that's why all the tech sites covered it, because it was a legitimate issue. To wave it off as if AMD can do no wrong is just bias flowing.


The whole piece was a hit job on AMD to drive shares down in the short term, and to repeat the claims in the report is just plain stupid.

UK Gigabyte 1070ti In Stock £462.13 at CCL
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
Technically not a deal as such but cheapest 1070 to in UK that I could find in stock. Yes it is more expensive than before mining craze but we don't all own a TARDIS. Card made by … Read more

The GTX 1080 is in stock again at the official Nvidia store at £529 if you would prefer that one.


I think it's a good deal op so heat from me :D


extra £40 can buy a 1080 from warehouse, and tbh if was going to buy a 1070 ti, i get the cheapest possible, as they all pretty much o/c roughly the same, odd frames here n there


I do not understand how a similar one imported from USA which costs more is voted hot yet this is cold? HUKD is weird


voted hot but I think some miners are now selling off their stuff, and we will see prices drop. It would be good to keep an eye on second hand prices on ebay. A large difference might indicate further price reductions. But with all PC stuff you could wait for ever and there will be something new come out.

GIGABYTE Z270 ATX Motherboard GA-Z270P-D3 £68.98 @ Amazon (Prime exclusive) & Ebuyer
Found 24th MarFound 24th Mar
Lowest price it's been Price match of Ebuyer (credit to YIMan) :
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Sorry for late reply didn't get a notification that you replied. Just had a look and there's really not too many great deals at the moment, everything is around £100+ (for the micro ATX and ITX boards anyway). Annoyingly it's only full size ATX that seems to be cheaper at the moment. Presumably your case cannot fit a full ATX board? Otherwise I'd say just get the cheapest you can find: something like this : Worth checking eBay too, although from a quick look can't see much on there right now myself. Like I said though with Z170 and Z270 boards you can pretty much just get the cheapest you can find as they are all very similar from all manufacturers (aside from aesthetics & sometimes a few additional features) so just search Z170 MATX, Z170 ITX, Z270 MATX and Z270 ITX & see what comes up Hope that helps


Can you recommend anything? Thanks


There is definitely an MATX version of this board because I own one myself. Link: More expensive though and not particularly good value at ~£110 I would just get the cheapest MATX or ITX board that's Z270 or Z170 chipset and you'll be fine as they're all much for muchness, features aside


Does anyone know if theres a micro ATX version of this? Im after a new board for my living room SFF build and need a decent but not too expensive board. Being out of the game for a while im unsure on what to go for. My specs are I7 6700K cpu DDR 4 RAM GTX 1070 Any help would be great Thanks


Whats the latest on mining? 8)

Gigabyte GK-Force K83 MX Red Switch Gaming Keyboard £19.97 / £22.93 delivered @ Laptops direct
Found 22nd MarFound 22nd Mar
Seems a good price for a mechanical keyboard, £3 standard postage.

Anyone get one?


Shattered I missed this if real as would have been an amazing price, but yeah, sounds like mispricing.




looks like a fault, shows as £6.97 for me, but cannot be added to the basket.


Probably mispriced as showing OOS already

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070Ti Windforce 8GB @ CCL Online - £446.32
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
Currently awaiting stock, and still above the RRP for a 1070Ti, but best price I can find for a decent brand with the current ridiculous pricing at the moment.

Just missed out on this before they bumped the price up, rang them asking if they would honour the lower price but no chance. I literally had it at checkout. Sigh. Then tried to purchase through NVIDIA who just went out of stock. Am cursed!


Gone up to 479.99 now.


Don't waste your money, games don't scale well with SLI.


Many games don't support SLI


very tempted to buy two 1070 Ti's instead of a single 1080 Ti at this price... hmm

Gigabyte Intel X299 AORUS Ultra Gaming Chipset LGA 2066 DDR4 SDRAM Motherboard - Black £172.96 @ Amazon
Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
Ordered a few months ago and paid slightly more at the time to build a PC. Great start to building a monstrous build. The X299 includes the i9 processor which is a beast of a pro… Read more

Exactly, Amen 🙏


Absolutely. I live in a apartment block, so there's 20+ WiFi networks visible. It's fine for browsing the web, but the gaming machine needs a guaranteed low latency so gets wired in. When I'm racing an online against 50 other people with someone the other side of the planet being 3 inches behind me on track the last thing I need is a lag spike due to the neighbours firing up the microwave or the router channel hopping... ;)


Honestly, even if the board had wireless built in, I would still hard wire an Ethernet cable.


It's a good board, I picked one up a few weeks ago from Scan for £162. They appear to have been replaced by the Ultra Gaming Pro which also has WiFi, so these are getting cleared out at 45%+ off. I blame HUKD ... there was a cheap DDR4 3200 kit a few weeks ago, so bought that and was keeping an eye out for a cheap 7740X both here and on eBay. Got one of those, then found this board. £950 worth of bits for less than half price in total. :)


What was the price for your rig once you'd purchased all the bits please?

Gigabyte Z270P-D3 Intel Socket 1151 Motherboard, £69.99 from Ebuyer
Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
Includes delivery. Supports 7th/6th Generation Intel Core Processors 4 x DDR4 DIMM sockets supporting up to 64 GB of system memory Intel GbE LAN chipset;L3 cache varies with CP… Read more

I mean, it totally is. You can buy an Gigabyte Z370P D3 and a Intel - Core i5-8400 for 230.91. Or you can buy this motherboard for 70 and a i5 7500 for about the same... It's really not a close comparison in terms of performance. You are saving 15 quid on the motherboard to then buy a worse value rated CPU. You said the gen 7 was good value. I'm saying it's not good value. There isn't much evidence to show the gen 7 is good value, yet you say it is. So?


That's why I asked what CPU and mainboard this poster is using as a comparison point. Yes, if you just want the latest platform then you can look at the i3 8th gen for similar performance to the i5 7th gen (both good quad-cores) but that wasn't the debate...


You're comparing the 7600/7700k versus the 8600/7700k when you should be looking at the i5 8400 or the i3 8350k versus these. The 8600k/8700k is in another league of performance. When making that comparison, the value proposition is much better.


If I was in your shoes I'd wait a month and get one of the new chipsets for the new ryzen+, and then pop the 2200g in it, it will give you a lot more choices in the future.


for miners - worth noting this system has 6 PCIe slots, 1 M.2 slot. You can comfortably host 7 GPUs using their mining specific bios. you can even get pcie splitters and bump up this limit to 13, if not higher with the latest windows update.

GIGABYTE AORUS GeForce GTX 1060 6G 9Gbps Xtreme Edition (Pre-order) - £311.09 @ Amazon
Found 10th MarFound 10th Mar
Popped up for me this morning while building a PC on pcpartpickers. Looks like a decent price for what is one of the top 1060s available. On pre-order with no ETA, but will defini… Read more

It’s now 351 quid ~ game over you missed it


This price is awesome and will not last so buy now or regret it, everyone blames mining for price increases but if you search you will find up to 15% to 20% of the price increases on NVIDIA cards is due to memory price and copper price increase and only 5% due to the extra returns expected and extra work involved and only because NVIDIA Are expecting loads of returns due to inexperienced miners breaking them especially as summer is coming and a lot of miners screw their cards because of terrible heat control. You will need air con, extraction system and many fans for any multicard rig to survive a summer, most manufacturers will just repair the or return them as customer damage so if your a miner as I am be careful as shops will not take the hit if you brick a card you have been mining with excessive heat. However the AMD Radeon price increases are just manufacturers cashing in as the component increase is nowhere near the 40% they have added more like 15 to 20 % max


I posted that deal, it was a cracking price to be fair we put one in a friends build. I got a 1070 about 6 months ago for 290 quid and it runs like a dream guess I got lucky. I for one hope crypto crashes and burns, and that prices start to fall and people lose money. All these dodgy trading sites do my head in.


I paid £230 for this a year ago, its only expensive now because of the mining *******


Where can I find this card cheaper at the moment?

GIGABYTE 1060 Xtreme Gaming 6GB Graphics Card - £265.45 Delivered at BT Shop
Found 3rd MarFound 3rd Mar
Thought this was cheap in the current market
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both are basically the same but how on earth did you pay 290 for a 1070 cheapest ive seen for them is 320


Lol I don't know why it hasn't been expired as a mod himself said it's expired


Nearly 300 for a mid range card


some one could ask a mod to expire. Oh wait.....


Very nice find and welcome to HUKD @Daniel_Buckley but sadly, this one has now expired, and expired in style as it's now £420

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB GDDR5X OC Graphics Card - £669.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 27th FebFound 27th Feb
An absolute steal to find this card under £800 in the UK. Prices have been dropping, but cheapest alternatives I found are blower cards and they sell for close to £800-£900! Plus … Read more
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Just had the refund notice on this. Anybody get lucky?


Considering next gen cards are rumoured to cost upward of $1000-1700USD according to several news sources, buying a 1080TI for mining and eventual resale on the second hand market is actually a very safe investment. Considering the increases in mining difficulty for the valuable coins, a 1080TI is again a very good investment.


While it is an extra salary, an outlay of £600+ per card is not a free salary, you'll be waiting a while for ROI. Considering Nvidia are reported to be making consumer grade and mining grade CPUs next quarter and Crypto itself could crash at any moment it's a very risky investment. You'd actually be better off putting the same money into some decently backed cryptocurrencies and cost value purchasing. You could well find yourself with a bunch of graphics hardware that is not as suited as the new generation and only being bought by enthusiast gamers looking for a cheap buy who can't avoid the next gen.


I've bought several of these cards at the 600GBP mark and 1 at 550GBP Good mining cards If you have the knowhow you'd be crazy not to mine nowadays. Essentially an extra salary for comparatively little work (albeit, not NO work)


People go into fx trading knowing that in order to make money (from other traders, big banks etc) they have to risk their own money. Sure, someone winning a trade very often means someone else is losing a trade somewhere, but with the sheer volume of trades happening they're never really in direct competition with whoever is losing (e.g someone loses a trade at 9am, someone else wins a trade at 3pm etc etc). It's not that I hate crypto - I'm actually all for it and have used it a little here and there. I just hate that you can use consumer-grade GPUs to mine it, it was perfectly fine when ASICs were what worked best, but with Ethereum (and the slew of other cryptos that have appeared over the last couple of years), all the miners are buying up high-end gaming GPUs, driving the prices up 50%+, and making it a real hell for anyone wanting to upgrade over the last several months, and there's nothing anyone can do about it unless Nvidia/AMD decide to produce mining-focused GPUs :/

Gigabyte AORUS AX370 GAMING 5 Motherboard & 8GB Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 RAM @ Scan £181.78
Found 21st FebFound 21st Feb
£176.99 + £4.79 = £181.78 AM4 ATX Motherboard and 8GB (4GB x 2) DDR4 2400MHz RAM. A good place to start I reckon. Should be no compatibility issues but check the memory QVL list o… Read more

Maybe people think its Gigabyte/Scan and they avoid the brand at all cost or RAM is too slow 2400MHz for basic/gaming/productivity uses or the RAM is 8GB and people want 16GB for the price? It's around £80 cheaper than buying them separately but only if you want these products.


This seems like a particularly great deal. What's up with it?


You would be correct. DigitalFoundry have literally just done a video on this.


Where it helped with me is I get no more FPS drops during gaming. My minimums are much higher. Overclocked from 2400 to 2933.


My G.Skill Flare X 2400 overclocked to 2933mhz using slightly looser timings at 1.35v.

Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB £219.99 @ Game
Found 17th FebFound 17th Feb
With the recent spike in GPU prices, I thought this was a very good deal; the next best price I could find on this specific card was at a minimum, £270. There are cheaper 3GB cards… Read more

Why does every piece of gaming hardwear thats posted have to have some child come on and claim that it's useless because it isn't capable of 4k at 120fps? To suggest that this card is only capable of 30fps at low settings is utter nonsense.


I said modern games... and not console ports either... Dude im done with you, i mean look at the games you posted LOL wtf... witcher 3 probs the most demanding game there and noway does it get that FPS on them settings, it tanks all over the place on ultra. You sir have no clue what youre on about, go back to your 30 fps


Im not getting worked up at all, im advising people who actually want a good experience 3gb doesnt cut it. Youre the one defending your low spec PC saying its this and that but i know for a fact its not... its low end and it cant run any modern game at decent settings bar the crappiest ones. Now stop being salty and telling me im immature, if someone buys this and expects this and that and then gets crap performance and wonders why its not fair. the 970 has 3.5GB of vram and it runs out easy on decent settings, why buy a 3GB version of a mid tier card when you can pay a little extra to double it and then have no worries? Now go play games at 30fps mr mature.


Ohh dear, now i see its pointless arguing with you, enjoy your stutterfest


evidently you have no interest in actually looking up facts, or reading responses to your inane statements above.

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