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For home theatres, gaming, multi-monitor setups and more, using the right graphics card can produce clear images with no glitches. These units come in many different levels of performance and at HotUKDeals you will find a full range of offers from industry leading brands on our graphics card page.

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Zotac GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Mini 8 GB GDDR5 PCI Express Graphics Card - Black - £381 @ Amazon
Found 6 h, 41 m agoFound 6 h, 41 m ago
Metal Backplate / VR Ready / Simultaneous Multi-Projection NVIDIA Ansel / NVIDIA G-Sync / NVIDIA GameStream Vulkan API / Single Colour LED / Super Compact NVIDIA GeForce GTX 107… Read more

i saw this a few days ago and it disappeared, it may appear again from the same seller Memocow


I can see it as an option on the main screen at £381, but all I can add to the basket is £399...


there was one available which is gone


Good price, might wanna include @ Amazon at the end of the title


Looks good to me!

Found 19th MayFound 19th May
Decent price for a Gigabyte 1070Ti, triple fan so will run cool and should be able to be overclocked to near 1080 performance
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I was just linking to the card the OP was unable to find that had been mentioned in an earlier comment.


The Gigabyte card is far superior to the Armor card you link to here which has a budget-basement cooler and fan. Read some reviews.




You can get a 1080 for a few quid more here


Great price, don't get the lack of heat??

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Acer Swift 3, 256 Ssd and dedicated graphics £499.99 @ PC world
Refreshed 19th MayRefreshed 19th May
This is the model with the MX150 Nvidia card....roughly on par with a 950m. Plus 256 ssd, full Hd IPS screen and i5 7200u. Backlit keyboard too. Not going to call it a gaming lapt… Read more
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I hope this is true. Yet to call CS.


That’s out of order! Bloke I spoke to on the phone said he knows about this problem and has dealt with someone else before me and said I will receive the correct one after Friday as they are getting another batch of the mx150 in on Friday.


Got a refund in store after the store manager tried to say I'd had the correct laptop delivered, and then tried to sell me the right one for £799, er no!!


Just told me the same thing after I just collected it!


If they really mess up then a 10% discount from the next order is usually as high as they go... except in bizarre circumstances where they give out £300+ of vouchers for no apparent reason ^^

Zotac GeForce GTX 1060 1152 NVIDIA CUDA Cores Mini 3 GB GDDR5 Graphics Card - Black £169.99 @ Amazon
Found 18th MayFound 18th May
frustration free packaging - new product
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Someone got a couple of nice rigs on the cheap there.


the one for £170 is second hand indeed; the offer for 169.99 was 14 items and it has sold instantly ....


Not Amazon, but also available here for same price: Edit: Sorry, looks like there is a delivery charge.


Out of stock now


I can see it in the buying options, looks like it's second hand

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Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Dual 8gb GDDR5X PCI-Express Graphics Card - £474.89 Delivered - Overclockers
Found 16th MayFound 16th May
When I was initially looking was £499 but has now dropped to £469.99 Edit: price now £464.99 + delivery Amazon price has gone up Details; GeForce GTX 1080 Dual 8192MB GDDR5X PC… Read more
wizk1 Bet you nearly wet yourself with excitement to tell me when you finally saw the price increase since the 16th when I made my original post. Sad. Besides, the OC price is £474.89 when you factor in postage so still not as good as the eBuyer deal posted earlier this week.


Amazon price has gone up to £526 OC price has been reduced to £464.99


It's now £479.99 ... which is £489.89 with shipping. Still a decent price so heat added, but it's not quite as cheap as it looked. Still, GTX1080's seem to be on offer at this £460-470 mark basically every day now, and 1070tis at £400. Prices are almost back to normal. Yay!


Come on 1080 can be this cheap!


This is not "£469.99 Delivered". So yeah, buy from Amazon. Still, nice to see GPU prices finally go down! :)

FREE! Play top games on your PC or Mac without an expensive GPU! nVidia GeForce Now
Found 15th MayFound 15th May
This was posted a few months ago by @muffpuff but as I recently got my activation code, I thought I would share again for anyone that missed it. I don't play games (in fact, I s… Read more

Nice post OP, heat added. Cloud computing is the way to go, no more expensive and repetitive hardware upgrades. When they get the setup of the virtual machines spot on this will definitely be the future of gaming and computing.


It's not like Netflix in the sense that the subscription for geforce now won't give you any access to any games you don't own. Also you're limited to games installed on their servers which isn't every game on the market.


is this how steam works? I want to get in pc gaming but this kind of service appeals to me as all I need is the required internet speed. im assuming the laptop can be average as the grunt of the work is being done by remote servers. I see steam games for dirt cheap and would be into streaming games if it was like a Netflix style subscription at a affordable price.


I worded this wrong I meant gaming desktops. This was aimed at Mac first, the beta only came out on mac for months before PC.


just done that - will update if i get a code. Thankss!

Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Dual OC 8 GB GDDR5X PCI Express 3.0 Graphics Card - Black by Palit - £469.99 @ Amazon
Found 15th MayFound 15th May
Good for someone who needs a GPU urgently - mind its not the best price but its solid. Just for someone who could pay a tad more for the amazon refund and hasslefree customer servi… Read more
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It will do 4K60 on High without Anti-Aliasing for most games when overclocked.


Too difficult to say. There is no official information regarding these cards, so: release dates, prices, performance jumps etc. are all speculation at the minute. Also since we don't know the prices of the new cards and with the volatility of graphics card prices recently due to crypto mining it is difficult to predict what will happen to the prices of current gen cards, a 1080 might not even drop that much for all we know. Add to this we don't know what the availability of the new cards will be (I suspect demand will be very high as everyone and their mother seems to be waiting!) I wouldn't really be able to say either way. If you are happy with 1080 performance and it is in your budget then go for it, but it is your decision at the end of the day.


ive got a 750 Budget so i was thinking getting the 24" that was on hotukdeals the other day and a 1080 ( in summer ) or shall i just wait for 11 series so the 1080tis go too 500? is there a major jump ill be needing with 2/3 monitors and streaming?


To be honest no graphics card can run every game at 1440p 144fps+ (but you will still be seeing some benefit at higher than 60 with a 144hz monitor). However this is the second best card out there (behind the 1080ti) and can do 1440p 144hz on many games. Obviously you will need to tweak with settings to make sure you are getting the best outcome for your needs e.g. do you want to prioritise visuals or fps (this could even depend on which game you are playing) . This is your preference. Overall though the 1080 is a very good card and is suited to 1440p 144hz. I would say to go on youtube and look at some benchmarks for what games you want to be playing and seeing what settings people can get, don't forget some game settings can be changed with little difference in visuals to bump up the fps)


Hey listen guys, odd but i have a i7 5820k and have 1 60hz monitor right now which im upgrading to the 144hz 1440p 24inch ( so will run both) will this give me 144hz every game or nah

Zotac GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Mini 8 GB GDDR5 PCI Express Graphics Card £399.95 @ Amazon UK
Found 15th MayFound 15th May
"Back-ordered. Due in stock May 19 -- order now to reserve yours" Looks like some of you have taken up the deal More stock arriving on 25th of May now if you can wait Fulfilled… Read more
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Yeah I went and educated myself on it - people were saying it was dead when they stopped with 3 and 4 way SLI but obviously it’s not. I remember tinkering with it years ago and it was such a hassle trying to get it to work well (optimised games as you say) for about 50% gain that I just decided not to bother properly again, sounds like they’ve improved it a lot. I know the physical link isn’t there any more, at least I hadn’t seen it for a while - maybe that’s because I’m firmly AMD because of the scarcity of nVidia and AMD hasn’t had it in ages. Maybe I’ll give it another go sometime though the PCs I game on (infrequently) have an R9 Fury and RX Vega and I don’t have 4K or 120/144Hz monitors so I am on the limit anyway, it might be wasted on me!


Crossfire and SLI are still there, the physically separate interconnect is going away though. PCI-E is fast enough these days that you don't really need it. The cynic in me says that it helps sell higher end, higher profit margin GPUs too. Why combine two cheap cards that nvidia makes $10 on when you could buy one expensive GPU that nvidia makes $300 on!


LOL I think I've got a voodoo fx 2 knocking around somewhere too


I realised and gave a factual response. I should've said no thanks in favour of an 8800GT though!


Not sure if you realise I was kidding? The card I said is over 13 years old lol

KFA2 GEFORCE GTX 1070 EX OC 8192MB GDDR5 GRAPHICS CARD £349.99 @ Overclockers
Found 15th MayFound 15th May
**Free shipping** In stock on the 18th, so pre-order now This is a very good price for a non-reference GTX 1070 with a fairly decent cooler. As an added bonus, KFA2 have a U… Read more

They hope to have them in at some point next week, but who knows, the could get delayed again, and it may be June. :)


Ok, I get it. You dislike their pre-order policy.


Any idea when they are going to be in stock? Just says pre order, but no real time frame given.


If you pre-ordered you now have to ask for them to refund the difference, as they already took the money.


Update: Price is now £349.99 and still has free shipping (a further £10 saving)

EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB SC GAMING £218.56 Shipped and sold by
Found 14th MayFound 14th May
comes with evga 3 years warranty First post so please be nice...

Its £218 on the amazon UK website...

djnaff is cheaper



isnt the 6gb version with 2 fans £25 more on ebuyer? surely this isnt a deal???


MSI GTX 1080 ARMOR OC 8GB Graphics Card £459.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 14th MayFound 14th May
Cheapest price at the moment and a beast of a card!
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This is exactly the same 'Rumor' that was spread when the 10xx line came out. It was complete fiction, even in a time when AMD had nothing to offer to compete. The 1060 beat the 970. The 1070 beat the 980. And the 1080 beat the 980ti. The launch prices were: $249, $399, and $549. I'd expect similar launch prices, with the potential exception being the 1180, which might be pushed to $599. I'd also think calling a 1070 a 'mid range' card is not fair either. It's definitely a high end card. Anyway, I agree with your other point -- Don't buy the 10xx series at launch price this late in the life cycle. You will regret it. Also, basically any AMD card right now is so far over priced and not worth the sticker price for gaming. The advice on both fronts is -- Don't buy a GPU right now. If you are forced to buy a GPU and can't get a reasonable used one to tide you over, then I guess you are out of luck.


Lots of games yes, but not new games that are released after 780Ti became EOL. EOL cards are good if people play mainly backlogs of games they never got round to play, but for gamers that always hop-on the latest releases, they ain't such a good idea due to the lacking of driver performance optimisation for the new games.


Tempted, if it hits <£400 im biting.


Class!! :{


They do spin when playing playing normal modern demanding games at Full HD resolutions and over. They start spinning when the GPU reaches 60c. This Armor fan cooler is fine for the 1060, 1070 and 1080, but is absolutely dreadful on the 1080Ti, because the 1080Ti produces too much heat for this cooler. I have the 1070 Armor which runs cool enough. (about 70c at full gaming stress, under 70c on old games/fps capped games). Recently I had a spare Corsair H90 water cooling AIO and Kraken G10 laying around so installed that. (which is extremely easy to install on the 1070, 1080 and 1080Ti Armor, plus MSI have a heatsink brace already installed covering all the vrms). Now I get a 20c-25c drop under load which is cool. You don't really need to do this on the 1080 Armor though cause the normal fans run quiet at load. Was just bored really and had the spare parts doing nothing 8)

Found 11th MayFound 11th May
1080Ti back in stock - decent price. I know someone has just published a palit version and I'm not sure how it measures up to the FE. However, I got one of these an hour ago. Can'… Read more

im sure they didnt help by stripping supply of cards, and making a requirement for more cards to be produced in ever greater quantities.


So was it miners who created the global memory supply chain shortage? It’s nothing to do with factories tooling up for mobile memory instead as it’s a faster turn over market. As for mining “scum”. High end gamers have been stripping enthusiast supply for years. SLi and Crossfire helped make that a reality. If you play a game, the aim is to crack the puzzle or skill curve and gain points/wins/currency. Mining - gather equipment, build the ideal ‘armour and weapons’ setup, attack the increasing level difficulties and get the most ‘points’ you can. Love it hate it, mining is like playing a game. I’m dabbling, I cant game as much as I used to. The technical challenge and minor kidding skills is a good learning curve.


If you took your own advice and read the tech news you'd realise there are underlying reasons why we are in this situation and it's not just miners. I know that's the easy route for many, but it doesn't make it correct.


Really? How about this article about Nvidia's CEO comments regarding Ethereum Or this article on toms hardware about the same or this register article or this arstechnica article The cards at the higher end have never been cheap, but they have been grossly overpriced because miners have stripped the gaming market of its cards, inflating prices. Try reading some tech news before spouting such rubbish.


I think that's a nice easy way for people to apportion blame as to why they can't pick up cheap cards. The problem is it ignores many of the factors causing the shortage. If you were putting together an Nvidia mining rig you'd probably be better off looking at 1070ti's as the most cost effective way of doing it at the moment. Yet 1080ti's are now plentiful and trading at a discount while 1080ti's are not.

Palit GTX 1080Ti Super Jetstream 11264MB GDDR5X GPU £698.99 @OCUK
Found 11th MayFound 11th May
This is probably gonna get a load of stink, but thought id post it anyway for anyone looking for a 1080ti. This appears to be lowest price 1080ti going by pcpartpickerUK. Nice to… Read more

I'm still rockin the 980ti version from Palit. Excellent card but there is coil whine when I use MadVR. Rather annoying.


I have had a fair few Palit cards in my time, there stormx cards are a bit cheap and nasty, but their higher end cards such as the Super jetstream tend to have excellent coolers and well designed.


This is a far better cooler than either of those. Easily worth the extra.


1080ti is available on the nvidia store for 679 if you're interested...


just said it on another deal, given the evga 1080 ti ftw 3 costs £900+ on amazon at the moment, thats not a bad price at all. heat. This is what the 1080ti should cost before those idiot crypto currency miners took all the cards, and destroyed the market for gamers. ive said it before, and ill say it again, crypto currency miners should all be burnt with the amount of energy they have wasted to a crisp!

MSI GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5 OC V1 Graphics Card @ ebuyer - £244.98
Found 10th MayFound 10th May
Main Features: Boost Clock / Base Clock 1759 MHz / 1544 MHz 6144 MB GDDR5 / 8000 MHz Memory DisplayPort x 1, HDMI x 1, Dual-link DVI-I x 1 Virtual Reality Ready DirectX 12 … Read more
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fishmaster is the best place I know of.


Binance is an exchange they don't teach you how to trade.




What sites do you look at for information on trading?


should be enough for 60 fps

MSI GeForce GTX 1080 ARMOR OC 8GB GDDR5X Graphics Card £469.98 @ Novatech
Found 10th MayFound 10th May
MSI GeForce GTX 1080 ARMOR OC 8GB GDDR5X Graphics Card Free standard delivery or £5.99 for a next day delivery. Seems like prices are coming down now in anticipation of 11xx seri… Read more
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Just out of interest did they change these when they upgraded the memory bandwidth or whatever they did to the 1080 a year or so ago? I have one of these from 2016 and whilst I don't want to go SLI would be interested to know if they were still compatible


I have 1070 Armor and it's been great so far. Never seen it go past 65c. Heat :)


I was going to say the same thing


The gaming X version is one of the best 1080 available and is the best dual slot (ie non 2.5 or 3 slot) card available. If you can stretch your budget get the Gaming X but this is by no means a bad card. It is significantly cooler and quieter than the Gigabyte Windforce, Zotac Mini, ITX and reference blower designs. But then you have pump and fan noise at idle which I would find more distracting than air cooled so it depends on your aim. I'm getting too old for chasing benchmark scores lol.


^ I see what you are saying, but I disagree. For someone building a new system, extra £30 can go a long way, for example, getting a slightly better CPU, better cpu cooler, adding extra fans, etc. Gaming X does run a bit cooler, but not by much, so the performance gain would be insignificant. I would consider card aesthetics rather than minor difference in cooling performance, but that's just me :p

Asus TURBO-GTX1080-8G. PCIE 3.0 Cuda Core 8 GB GDDRX5 / - £529.99
Found 10th MayFound 10th May
The lowest price I could find. £529.99 for Prime Users

Yeah my doubt meter is full of your bullcrap


Sounds like it (lol)


So my G1 Gaming 1070 in a corsair 250D runs hotter than your blower 1080? hmm.........


Love the sarcastic comment when you don’t know what games I play or at what resolution. FYI gaming at 1440p is slightly more taxing for my 8600k then my GPU. When I used to game at 4K it never went over 70 degrees because of my customised fan speed which went up to 80% and got a little loud. Otherwise at 1440p ultra 53 degrees is my max :D


You have an itx build and a blower card that is lower than 50 at load? Ha.

MSI GeForce GTX 1080 GAMING X 8GB GDDRX Graphics Card - £499.98 @ Novatech / £499.97 @ Ebuyer
Found 9th MayFound 9th May
Also available at Ebuyer (1p cheaper) Best price for the GTX 1080 GAMING… Read more
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Here is a crazy idea, maybe they offer customers with a faulty card a partial refund and then RMA the cards to get new stock and sell the card again to another customer. Tin foil hat, anyone? (annoyed) Carry on shopping at Ebuyer, I'd really like to see you sue them one day when they try pull the partial refund on your purchase. Just remember to post your results on HUKD so we can see the outcome.


The retailer is legally responsible for any issues within the first 12 months. Dealing with the manufacturer directly would also mean sending the item abroad for RMA, extra costs involved and if a new replacement card (not refurb) was returned there would be Duty and VAT applied to the cost.


I do I.


You do you.


Those sorts of "overclocks" are pretty pointless on Pascal anyway.The reason why they are stable is because it is always a mild overclock. Never found a card that wouldn't take such a mild bump, so of course no testing is needed, and it makes little difference with speed boost 3.0 working. I've actually got better performance from my MSI Gaming X Plus 1080 from undervolting (0.931V at 1974 MHz), as prior to that it kept bouncing off the power limit at stock settings presumably because it is factory overclocked. I now get higher sustained clocks, better minimum and average frame rates, much cooler temps (<55C), less fan noise (<40%) and less coil whine. Never had problems with a 1070 hitting the power limit, however, but might be different for a 1070Ti.

Asus GTX 1060 3GB Phoenix Graphics Card at Ebuyer for £189.98
Found 9th MayFound 9th May
A very good price on a 3gb gtx 1060. Graphcs cards have finally come back to their msrp. This is great for normal pc gamers. this card can do 1080p @ 60fps which is what most peopl… Read more



That's on you though, you were advertising as if it was 260 quid from hotukdeals a week ago, anyway, it's not even there anymore.


A decent card if it taps out your budget. As I always say in these threads, remember the amount of VRAM is NOT the only difference between a 1060 6GB and 1060 3GB. The core and SM count is ~10% less on the 1060 3GB compared to the 1060 6GB. GeForce GTX 1060 3GB: 1152 Shader Processors, 72 Texture mapping units, 9 streaming multiprocessors. GeForce GTX 1060 6GB: 1280 Shader Processors, 80 Texture mapping units, 10 streaming multiprocessors. That said, this is a good deal if you want an Asus 1060 3GB and I've added heat. It was decent at £199 a couple of weeks ago, at £189 it's even better. If you're building a small gaming box, especially if you're looking for value (or only play eSports, OW PCMR represent) this is a perfectly reasonably choice. If you can afford it then go for a 1060 6GB. Unless you need a low-profile card or something with super-low power consumption (or both), at £190 it's a better choice than a £150 GTX 1050 Ti though. Or wait until we see more about the GTX 11xx series if you're not in a hurry...


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