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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 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6 GB AMP Edition GDDR5 Graphics Card - Black £239.99 @ Amazon
Found 18th JulFound 18th Jul
Available with Prime! Back ordered until August 1st but could be a good deal for someone! XD
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Yes, Amazon Warehouse, that's why it's not there now. Anyway some guy said 1070s were this price, best I ever got was £272.


Was that secondhand / warehouse deal? Sounds way too cheap.


I think it'll be a one-off and they'll have bought them themselves. I got one for £272 the other day from Amazon. There was a Palit 6GB 1060 for £192 this morning that looked tempting but didn't last long.


Can you please let me know if you find a 1070 for cheaper than this! (excited)

PowerColor Red Devil Radeon RX 580 8GB GDDR5 Graphics Card - £244.92 @ Laptops Direct
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Price includes delivery! Also cheaper than the MSI card and has a better cooler! The prices are still slowly creeping down! (excited)
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Bought one second hand for £225, this is good price for brand new. Card runs 70-80*C under load in ambient air




this card is beast. bought for 300 about a year ago. its got a pentagram on the backplate too which is metal af


The Red Devil used to have a triple fan cooler and I didn’t like it. This looks a lot more efficient. Anyway, both are better than the MSI card. Probably still a bit on the high-side for performance vs. nVidia 1060 6GB though.


That is the Red Dragon card, which is different!

KFA2 Geforce GTX 1060 6GB OC GeForce Graphic Card 6144 MB - £229.99 @ Amazon
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
OC'd card! Dispatched and sold by Amazon. Will be ready to ship in 1-2 days. Reviews of the card are good and price just keeps on dropping! (excited)
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Well that price didn't last long. Probably Amazon testing the waters.


One can only endure so much noise!


But spending £230 for the same performance? (horror) Not worth just for heat imo Better to wait and get something at least 30% faster since Pascal is two years old


Need to get rid of my MSI RX 580, a hot noisy piece of junk


I’ve got the 970 KFA2 they’re really good cards had it ages

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Asus ROG Strix RX VEGA 64 OC edition 8GB HBM2 Graphics Card £528.98 Ebuyer
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
I know it is still expensive for a graphics card and x card is coming out in y weeks, but this is the cheapest it has ever been! It is also the cheapest at the moment by ar… Read more
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I'm selling 27' Samsung curved 144hz freesync monitor any red team member interested :)


Vega 56 when it was £380 ish was the smart buy. Shame the price went up to such a ridiculous price. Wouldnt buy this at this price when nvidia 2x series due to drop.


1. You're a miner 2. You bought Freesync That's it. Although spending £100 more on a card which is worse than a GTX1080 kind of negates the premium for a Gsync monitor anyway. That and the near future of AMD actually building anything decent high end isn't exactly looking great either.


Some people like myself are with Freesync monitors, so makes sense to go Red.


why even buy this when you can get a 1080 which is better in most cases and alot cheaper

MSI GTX 1080 GAMING X 8GB GDDRX Graphics Card £479.98 inc Delivery @ Ebuyer
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
A bit more pricey than some 1080s we have seen but this is normally floating above £500
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Check out Mystic Meg.


i see it at £299 Black Friday Event


Hopefully for me it will only be 320, I plan on selling my GTX 970 for 150ish :o


i am a poor man i want to buy this with 300


gu2gan: not for this model imho, i reckon the MSI Gaming variations have one of the best cooling of them all.

MSI AMD Radeon RX 580 8GB ARMOR 8G OC Graphics Card £244.98 Ebuyer
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
£50 cheaper than the deal for it the other week!! I know the cooler isn't as good as on other cards but does the job. Still a great price for an 8GB RX580 card! Features C… Read more
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After 1 year? I've had Amazon send me to the maker within a couple of weeks of purchase but I didn't mind even though I told them my contract was with them. The maker sent me the part I needed and let me replace it on the laptop myself without negating my warranty so I was happy enough. MSI have a European rma centre and Gigabyte used to have a UK address for rma so I'm surprised Gigabyte were useless. Sapphire I can understand. EVGA for Nvidia had a good rep as well. I've tried to stick to companies that don't make you deal with the far east


still costs too much, 2 years ago i got a rx 480 for £200. that's the limit of what i am willing to pay.


I’ve never been turned away by Amazon, and you have EU Consumer Law to cite if it turns nasty. Most of these GPU manufacturers are based in the Far East and make life really hard anyway so I can’t say one is better than another - Sapphire and Gigabyte were useless when I had fan failures and both times went back to retailer for refund.


Amazon won't give you warranty after 1 year or help to deal with maker. I don't know if powercolor is reliable now when it comes to warranty or how long they give?


Ok? I'm not sure I understand the relevance of this. It's cheaper, better than this MSI card and from a more reputable retailer.

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Xiaomi Black Shark Gaming Phone - Liquid cooled - 8GB RAM - 128GB ROM - Snapdragon 845 Octa Core 2.8GHz - Adreno 630 GPU - 5.99 inch 2160 x 1080 screen - 20.0MP + 12.0MP Dual Rear Camera - £422.95 Delivered @ GearBest
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If you're on the lookout for a gaming phone this might be worth a wee gander. Main Features: Black Shark 4G Phablet 5.99 inch Android 8.0 Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Octa Core 2.8GHz… Read more
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No band 20. Thanks for this. I really wish this was high-lighted on all phones without it.


I was looking at this phone a month ago, few things that made me look away: *No b20 - not an issue for some but not sure how this will affect coverage when roaming *At the time, no way to root These may not be a problem for everyone, but was for me.


Could be either a faulty unit or as you said a bad translate. My only off put is Gear best I wouldn't trust them with £400+. I know I'm covered with PayPal etc.


No b20?


this is 120£ more expensive.. ..and there is no big difference on it

INNO3D Twin X2 GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB GDDR5 Graphics Card £639.97 Laptops Direct
Found 12th JulFound 12th Jul
Really good reviews. It is a quiet card and keeps cool. Specs below:
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Yup as said above it will be voted cold because 1180 is coming in x weeks and has y and will cost z and who would pay that for a g card anyway etc etc. Heat added as it's a deal site about highlighting deals, shame folk forget that so often.


Imo the answer is because of the price, not as in its overpriced but simply because it costs £600+ pounds, its the same sort of folks who pipe up on the car leasing deals. 'ow much!, £600 for a graphics card? To play games with, COLD.!' That or the perpetual something better is coming, wait for price drops, brigade. Either way at the moment it's a good price for the best consumer card available


Why so cold? Cheapest I've seen in a long time, granted its not what it *should* be, but is there a better opting atm?

XFX Radeon RX 580 Black Edition 8GB GDDR5 Graphics Card - £237.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 12th JulFound 12th Jul
Cheapest price for an 8GB variant. Has decent reviews. Specs below:
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No problem!


Sorry I just realised I read the comment incorrectly, I read I'd get the 1060 over this for Freesync, even rechecked as well, Your comment makes so much sense now.


Thank you for repeating my point.


That’s why they said they would have this over a 1060, so it could be used with a free sync monitor


OOS Now :(

Palit Dual GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5 Graphics Card £234.97 Laptops Direct
Found 12th JulFound 12th Jul
Cheapest I have found. Includes free postage too. Specs below:
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I’ve seen enough comments to suggest that Ebuyer customer service is bad enough that at this somewhat unspectacular pricing, its a risk buyers are taking. Hopefully 2019 brings about an end to the stagnation in the market. AMD have to accept responsibility for that as well.


That and things generally being rubbish in retail business wise. Short staffed is common to see at most stores I see. So them not wanting to budge on the price doesn’t surprise me. They don’t want to lose money but its not our fault that they bought high and some of us rather not pay for mistakes not made by us. These prices are distorted and not representing the depreciation these cards have gone through. Nvidia needs to release the new gpus its worked on to break the stalemate. Most users have a working old gpu in need of an upgrade. That doesn’t mean they’re willing to be ripped off.


What’s wrong with eBuyer? I haven’t used them in quite a few years but I’m looking at building a PC again and I was considering using them for some parts. Any other places you recommend also? Thank you!!


Also true but these cards are still selling at slightly less than their mrrp. A good indicator is how expensive the 2nd hand market for these cards. I've not seen the market flood with all these used mining GPUs either. Maybe 2019 will be different but I would say 2018 prices will stay high until the low tier next gen cards are released.


i doubt they are selling, certainly not as good as they wish. the reluctance to lower the price might come from buying them at ridiculously high level.

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8GB SC ACX 3.0 Black GAMING Graphics Card £415.47 @ Scan
Found 11th JulFound 11th Jul
£20 more than the Palit offer but worth it. It is the cheapest the card has ever been. Price includes P&P. Includes 3 year warranty. Experience EVGA’s ACX3 Cooled 1070 Ti SC … Read more
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It doesn't matter if it's 2 year old tech if there's nothing newer available. Effectively, its current tech. September is almost certain to be pushed back until the surplus stock is shifted. Prices will slowly come down until the sweet spot is met where anyone sitting on the fence waiting for 11 series eventually jump.


Still too expensive. These should be around £300, with GTX 1080s, which are over 2 years old, down to around £325 by now (they're not). GTX 1180 is coming by September I believe.


They're not essential unless you're heavily into ESports. On most modern AAA games you're not going to be seeing well above 60fps on a card like this at 2k or 4k anyway.


Samsung 4k tv. Woukd love a gsync but too pricy


Not always

Asus GTX 1060 6GB OC Graphics Card + Free Cerberus LED Gaming Mouse (worth approx £25) £252.98 @ ebuyer
Found 11th JulFound 11th Jul
Get a free Cerberus LED Gaming Mouse (worth approx £25) when you purchase the Asus GTX 1060 6GB DUAL OC Graphics Card only at ebuyer.

"Hey steve, how do we get rid of all these crappy mice we have in stock? Shall I put them in the bin?" "no jack I have an idea, lets dump them in the boxes with the 1060s and call it a promotion!" "You're a genius steve."


Is the item still listed or was their only one? When I search of eBay for any graphics card I only get insanely high prices I wish I bought those 2 ASUS RX 480s ages ago for £160 each but I thought I'll get save a bit more for a better card instead of crossfire, I was too late, suddenly the prices increased :( I wouldn't trust a used GPU anymore probably used to its near death


at the time of insane gpu prices it was mentioned on some youtube channel that the 980ti had been overlooked and there was value there, so just watched until found a good seller he wanted over 200 to be fair buy settled on "180 and its been great, can play 4k with settings lowered a little on some games


you got a bargain for a 980ti as at current prices they go for £250/£280


exactly my point it would be a boring world if we all did they same, was just pointing out there is always an alternative, personally i find no value in the 1060, but prices are collapsing and if they do go below the 199 figure then maybe it becomes more appealing, but for myself i found it better and cheaper to go the slighly older route, yes there maybe a warranty issue,but sometimes its worth the risk and i bought my 980ti at a time when gpu prices were at their peak

(Used) AMD Radeon RX 560 2GB DX12 Graphics Card (£1.50pp) £58 @ CEX
Found 11th JulFound 11th Jul
Looks to be a bit of a bargain for latest budget AMD card. Not going to blow every game out of the water but things like Fortnite, perfect.

I picked up a GTX760 2gb for my sons pc from them for £65 on Sunday......seems they have put them up £5 since then?. Traded my old AMD 7950 as I have got myself a 1060 3gb to replace it. :)


Not bad! Orrrrr, you could buy a faster R9 270x for £50 Or an even faster GTX 760 for £55: Lose dx12 (not that any of these are fast enough to make much of the extra shinies) and a few pence of electricity, but decent, console thrashing 1080p gaming all round.


I’m not sure how that qualifies it! I still don’t think they price relative to other items just the going rate because many items are priced irregularly including grade C sometimes more than B. I also don’t get how you have survived 5 years - I’m guessing a corporate store or management? As they actually run those much better. The franchisee stores, I literally wonder how or why they even opened, the lack of business acumen is astounding - a laptop packed in a Jiffy bag I’ve seen a few times, stick of RAM in a paper envelope...




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MSI GTX 1080 ARMOR OC 8GB GDDR5X Graphics Card £449.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 11th JulFound 11th Jul
Boost Clock / Base Clock 1797 MHz / 1657 MHz 8192 MB GDDR5X / 10010 MHz Memory Video Output Function DisplayPort x 3 HDMI x 1 Dual-link DVI-D x 1 Features Virtual Reality… Read more
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For about 30 pounds more you could get a gigabyte 3 fan 8gig 1080


probably the worse 1080 ever made BUT that price is probably the cheapest new 1080 you can get. It’s still a 1080 ay


Not this one. I suggest you check out reviews of this model


Cheers, am I right in thinking msi slightly better than palit or not?

Palit Nvidia GTX 1050Ti 4GB graphics card only £135.95 delivered from
Found 10th JulFound 10th Jul
Slowly, slowly, prices are coming down. Great low-mid range GPU the 1050Ti is (still), and finally back towards semi-sensible pricing. Dispatched & Sold by Amazon. Once in… Read more
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Not worth it. Get a 3gb 1060 from ebuyer from 179. 1060 beats 1050ti on FPS any day. Though, the colors of 1050ti are much better.


Prices are coming down slowly finally for cards that are almost two years old, because crypto mining is declining. Am not sure we should be happy or angry. I say nvidia/AMD and sellers can keep them you know where. I rather wait a month or two for new generation cards.


Har, har, har. :D


From Italy you say? Does that make it a Euro Palit? :D


Currently running this card. Doesnt require power. You can get a small OC. Has ran well since i got it earlier in the year.

Asus Cerberus GeForce GTX 1050 Ti OC Graphics Card Headset Bundle 161.98 ebuyer
Found 10th JulFound 10th Jul
I know its a bit much for a 1050 Ti but this includes a headset. A decent 1050 Ti Graphics card with a ASUS Cerberus V2 Red gaming headset worth £55.98! Seems like a decent price f… Read more
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I said the very same thing in the other 1050 thread, The 280x or HD7970 are bargains of cards at the moment.


Better to get an older graphics card, the AMD Radeon R9 280X sells for about 60-80 but has better performance than the GTX 1050 Ti. Only buy the GTX if you need their specific features; Ansel or ShadowPlay being the few I can think of.


Better to wait 4 years and get this card for £50 imo


I had a GTX 1050Ti before upgrading to a GTX 1060 6GB. The difference is night and day, good price but depending on what you play might fall a little short.


Heat added!

MSI GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB OC GDDR5 Graphics Card with free 120GB SSD £158.99 Ebuyer
Refreshed 11th JulRefreshed 11th Jul
Hey guys, Here's another fantastic bundle from Ebuyer. Ebuyer have been belting them out lately. THis is ideal for anyone wanting to get into PC gaming. I have seen cheaper 1050TI… Read more

Thank you, I have been watching the price of the 1050 Ti for a while but am moving house at the end of the month and thought I'd wait til I was settled. This offer was too good to pass up cos I need an SSD as well (well, need is a loose term, it's for WoW). :D


Yeah I have seen the prices there. The GTX 970, as originally mentioned, is £160 so pretty much the same price as this deal. TBH, anyone considering upgrading a graphics card should already have a decent PSU. It's like a prerequisite for even considering an upgrade. £160 for a GTX 970 at CEX with 2 year warranty or this deal. Should really be an obvious decision... You can even do VR and some 4k with the GTX 970.


How does this card compare to an old GTX770. That is what is in my PC although I'm really not a gamer these days so unlikely to really need an upgrade.


Have you actually seen gpu prices in cex lol! I'm not taking about electricity prices I'm talking about the price of the PSU. Let's say you have a crappy 350 watt PSU with not many connectors then you'd have to buy a new one just to power an older card. It's not really a good deal when you've got to buy a new PSU. There are versions of the 1050ti that don't even need a connection from the PSU as well! Only needing 75w from the motherboard. That's why I love this card.


Don't know why you're pushing this card so much... Just buy a card from CEX second hand, they come with a 2 year warranty, most probably better than this one's. Assuming any gaming PC has a decent PSU, the cost of the extra electricity is nothing - perhaps few units at a cost of pence every month (based off of an extra 100 watt energy). Not really worth considering.

EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 SC Gaming 3GB GDDR5 Graphics Card £178.92 Ebuyer
Found 9th JulFound 9th Jul
Free delivery and it is a decent card for a decent price! Performance NVIDIA GTX 1060 3GB 1152 Pixel Pipelines 1607 MHz Base Clock 1835 MHz Boost Clock 108.4GT/s Texture Fil… Read more
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It wasn't a negative comment from my part, it was funny when I saw the difference between your comment and the price, then I saw your profile pic (embarrassed)


When I posted deal, it showed at £176.94, price changed so i altered, thanks for letting me know!


Good price specially in time when 1050ti starting from 150£ most places or close to it.


He changed the price in the title from £176


Oh no! That one penny...

Palit GTX 1070 GameRock 8GB GDDR5 Graphics Card - £342.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 7th JulFound 7th Jul
A few pound cheaper than it was before. The brand new gaming series, Palit "GameRock" is specially designed for enthusiast gamers who desire to have the ultimate gaming experience… Read more
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Welcome to capitalism. It's hardly news that corporations aren't there to provide value for customers - value for customers is only important as a secondary factor, in as much as it enables them to sell more, beat the competition and make more profit. Much as I dislike global capitalism, the alternative of having a Central Soviet deciding who should make graphics cards, what price they should be and who should get them doesn't really seem to be a viable model.


Wasnt having a dig, just saying the 1050's are way over priced for the performance. I would take advantage of the glut of used 970's and get a twin fan 970 for ~ the ton.


Correct! Also an Inno3D GTX 1070 for £272 this morning.


Just a reminder for anyone that thinking about getting this deal, for the saving you are essentially giving up on warranty as if anything goes wrong with the card Ebuyer wouldn't care or want to know, and Palit does not have a service centre in Europe (based in Taiwan) nor does it deal with customers directly; any RMA would have to be done through the retailer, which is hopeless with Ebuyer.


Pretty sure that's more than likely from the Amazon Warehouse (customer returns) rather than brand new though. That's probably why he said "keep an eye out for them".

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