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Asus Expedition GeForce GTX 1060 OC edition 6GB GDDR5 Graphics Card £239.99  Ebuyer
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Asus Expedition GeForce GTX 1060 OC edition 6GB GDDR5 Graphics Card Features 1809 MHz Boost Clock in OC mode for brilliant eSports gaming. Dual-Ball Bearing Fan runs smoother… Read more

I don’t disagree with you; I was just trying to drill down into why this deal has gone as cold as it has. You make a pertinent point about the Expedition models. My previous card with a 1050ti expedition and the performance, given its budget status, amazed me.


Only lower tier ones though, I paid £300 for my G1 card 2 years ago, it's still around the same price. They have identical clocks and both at the upper range of 1060s. I agree they should be a lot less now, but the fact is, none of them are. That makes this a good deal to me.


Applying very strict rules of logic then you could say that, however 1060 6gb cards have floated around this price for as long as I can remember, and as such it’s not a particularly striking deal and why, I think, it’s gone as cold as it has.


By that statement, a sub £250 1060 6gb is on a par with those deals. Each step is roughly £50. This is a good deal for this version. It were't long ago that the base models of the 6GB were this price. Everyone has a budget, and if it's sub £250, then this or the RX580 are the only options. The only way to get cheaper is by going with one of the lesser brands or non OC versions.


Seen in isolation, it’s probably an ok price for the 6gb version, but this week has seen a sub-£300 1070, £350-ish 1070ti’s and sub-£400 1080s so I think any 1060 deal would have to be a real doozy to gain any traction in the current climate.

Zotact GTX 1060 6GB graphics card £219.59 @ amazon
Found 15th OctFound 15th Oct
Seems a good price for a decent brand 6gb gtx 1060. This is a superb 1080p gpu and will be capable of 1440p gaming with tuned down settings of course! Price is shipped direct fro… Read more

You do have to wonder how much these will sell for when the 2060 are announced ? or black Firday .. maybe even a 2050ti .. would suit me , but still too £££..£160-£165 or thereabouts methinks, judiciously ...


I voted hot by the way




I heard that this needs more ventilation as the single fan isn't enough


This and this Are guarantees for cold votes..

AMD Ryzen 5 2600, 240gb SSD, 8gb DDR4, GTX 1060 6gb, Dragon Gaming PC - £673 @ Freshtecsolutions
Found 9th OctFound 9th Oct
Ryzen 5 2600 Gigabyte A320M-S2H motherboard 240GB SSD 8GB DDR4 RAM GTX 1060 6GB I opted for this case over the others as it's one of the cheapest (£7 more than the very cheapest),… Read more
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Thanks my dude! :)


There is a few place I tend to use, but if you just want to do a quick build and price compare you can use PC Part Picker, that will allow you to specify a system and also help you ensure you get compatible parts for the most part.


Awesome find! Where'd you find the parts for the price?


This isn’t the best fresh tech offer. I had my computer from them, but from their ebay page when quidco did 10% off ebay. Ryzen 7 2700x processor, 1050 2gb graphics, X470 motherboard, 8gb 3000 ram, 120gb SSD, original price was 750 so paid 675 when taking into account cashback. Great service, arrived quickly, great bit of kit as long as you don’t mind doing a few little upgrades. I’ve added a 2TB hard drive in mine, will add another 8GB ram and upgrade the graphics card.


I ordered from these guys about 5 years ago, they sold me an i5 3570k but installed a non k version. They ignored all my emails and calls and weren't interested at all after they received the money.

MSI GV62 7RF 1216UK Gaming Laptop, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, NVIDIA GTX 1060, 1TB HDD + 128GB SSD, 15.6" Full HD - £799.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
Seems like a pretty good deal for a Gtx 1060 6gb at the moment. Not too sure about the quality of the laptop itself however as I’ve heard that they are quite flimsy.
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Should have 1 stick of 8Gb and an empty slot as that's how my slightly different MSI came with.


Or is this ASUS better? Which would you choose between the 2?


The desktop linked below would offer quite similar performance I would imagine. Although the desktop cpu would be better. An 7700hq or 8300h laptop cpu would be more comparable to the cpu in the desktop linked below.


Yes that's what you're doing when you compare a desktop and a laptop. Though they don't market them as "downclocked", because they aren't, they are thermally/power limited. They can run at the same clock speeds as the desktop part for very short bursts but slow down drastically after a few tens of microseconds. Useful for interactive response but no good for heavyweight data movement. As you say, the decision is rarely that simple and most people want laptops anyway, but I wanted to point out that despite the marketing numbers the laptops do not keep pace with desktops, even after several generations of development, so for some uses a used desktop can be a great buy. (Annoyingly I can't edit the quote section to focus on the bits I'm replying to using the latest Android client ..)


You're comparing old desktop CPUs to low power CPUs, downclocked on purpose to use less power and generate less heat because they often run on battery, of course the desktop CPUs will run faster. Even then, Intel are starting to focus on lower power usage on desktop CPUs as well now. A modern high end laptop CPU isn't much worse than a high end desktop CPU, the only difference is caused by the lower clock speeds for power usage. The real answer to your question is, it depends. What does she really want? If portability is in any way important to her, get a laptop. Will she take it to school/uni? Will she enjoy using it while sat in the lounge watching TV? If she will be exclusively gaming and doesn't care about portability, get a desktop.

MSI GP72MVR 7RFX(LEOPARD PRO)-615UK i7-7700HQ GTX 1060 17.3" Full HD GAMING LAPTOP £899.97 @ BOX
Found 2nd OctFound 2nd Oct
Intel Core i7-7700HQ Quad Core Processor 17.3" Full HD Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 8GB DDR4 RAM 128GB SSD + 1000GB HDD Dedicated GeForce GTX 1060 3GB Graphics USB3 | HD… Read more

128GB SSD is a total pain.


You carry around a 24+ inch screen with you do you?


No but let’s be fair that there is nothing between 15.6 and 17, if you are bothered about the size then I’d suggest buying the more powerful laptop and hooking it up to a better screen 24+


does that have a 17 inch screen?


The 899.99 deal on Currys for the 6GB 1060 and i5 8th gen is better than this tbh

ADMI Gaming PC: FX-8300 4.2GHz, GTX 1060 3GB, 8GB 1600MHz, 1TB HDD, Titan Case, Windows 10 £579.95 - Sold by ADMI Limited UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 30th SepFound 30th Sep
More after opinions from the community. My 13 year old has been saving his cash and wants a gaming pc. I'd rather he bought one rather than build for service wrap. Looks a decent … Read more
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Incidentally, if you want to 'fix' Garrafk's build I would suggest ;…ajA £92.50…ro4 £74.14 (It has 4 custom clockable Ram slots so you can use 2x4 gb in dual channel mode and add 2 more sticks later, and manually set them up if they wont auto play nice). Not some p.o.ZHit. A320 2 slot 60 watt junk. (Try putting a ryzen 5 3600 in that next year?) R5 2400g graphics performance in single channel mode (1 stick) can be seen here; (sorry, 2200g is vega 8 gpu cores but scales the same graphics wise with ram whilst overclocking gpu cores works better) And thats a single 120 quid trident Z 3200 mhz cas 14 Samsung 'B die' stick falling on its bottom there against a DEAD CHEAP 2400 mhz cas 15 dual channel ripjaws kit., trust me a single stick of anything reasonable price will cripple the onboard graphics by more than shown here to unusable.. Dont buy 1x8 for onboard gpu use! So Ram ;…c01 £71.50 _ That WORKS. This is where you want to be for a Ryzen APU. (As stated, you can double it up later in the 4 slot board and tweak settings to get it to 3000 cas 16 if necessary. (likely need no more than a V bump if anything but 16 gb @ )3000 cas 16 is respectable for a much bigger processor using 4 sticks, @ £142 incrementally purchased. You can work this guff out later with some timing recommendations if it isnt a 'breeze'). S.S.D.; WANTS; use the crucial mx 500 250 gb , its £15 more than the 240 gb version but 3 times faster in moving big files or high depth queues. Massively reliable, on the bleeding edge with the samsung speed wise but cheaper. Dont buy a bag of snot 240/480 cheapo, it will affect everything now and in the future. Buy those if poor. And C.E.X. will post you a tested warranted used 500 gb hard drive for £8, I use them like blank dvd's. (Copy stuff on a couple, dont worry about it much they cost nish) Power supply. See notes above. Garrafk gave you absolutely terrible advice. (practically about everything actually) Hardware secrets pushed the eco 430 to 500 watts where it shut down safely. The CIT job would likely burst into flames and destroy everything in your pc case. (Well, 1 in 5 times,anyway; its just luck if you get anything usable) but its not something you want to risk. JonnyGuru tested the S12II 520 ;…185 (ancient news. Seasonic is where its at for peace of mind) You wont find CIT even on bent psu charts, they dont exist in the gaming world. Anyway, the rig I have designed will run a 6 core 12 thread ryzen, 7 nanometer cpu (next July) at pushing 5 ghtz or whatever it comes out at,16000 cpu marks minimum, at way beyond any graphic card you will need/ afford (but you will need a bigger power supply past an rx 570). Dont take much notice of people claiming to be 'pc engineers'; I've met every MCSE know all in the west end and none of them know much about pc hardware. Period. This one probably wasnt even an MCSE wallah.


And when that unit explodes, so does your gtx 1060. you want to risk it for £8 thats fine. Not something you should be recommending to noobs as a pc engineer tho, is it?


Nice pictures and very interesting. I am not disagreeing that seasonic PSU's are higher quality, infact I 100% agree with you. But my opinion is still for a pc running a 2200g and medium GPU ie gtx1060 or AMD equivalent, the certified CIT will do fine on a budget. I also 100% agree that the non certified CIT PSU's are complete garbage. But I'm happy to agree to disagree and im always happy to listen to others opinions and experience.


Thats the interior of the seasonic S12II 430 watts. (likely the same as the eco but the eco will have low power state improvements -haswell ready) tested to 500watts by the reviewer. Thats the interior of the previous model cit 80+ bronze (now EOL) (probably identical, it introduced as the old one is retired.same price point_ look in yours and see?). Spot the difference. The bottom (output) and bottom left (intake) is missing a chunk of circuitry. Thats likely the (bottom left) overvolt/ undervolt and then (bottom) short circuit/overload/ protection circuits . Might not be , i'm not an electronics engineer but it doesnt take a genius to see the mains is bypassing a lot on the cit. unit. Less coil volume too. I wouldnt buy it.


I just checked out the specs on that cit, there is only 36 watts difference on the 12v rails vs the 430w eco.. You havent had any problem yet but when an RX 470 comes along for £90 the cit unit is gonna end up in the recycle bin within months maximum.. Its a wasted £30, time, effort, hair pulling. Its not even gonna handle a 1060. A noob doesnt know its the power supply, they have to suddenly troubleshoot BSOD's with no experience. I've BEEN there. I learnt from donated pc's and spent 2 years farting about thinking I could get away with cheap psu's. i went through donated units (inc a new 500 watt cit) and wasted my £30 after that before I learnt my lesson. They wont be saving money building an upgradeable gamer with that unit, they will be wasting it. You arent doing them a favor, when that day comes they will curse you. It cannot be done for £30! its simple economics in a pennies profit market. The eco is £8 dearer on scan.Its just not worth it.

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I just had £50 Quidco Cashback confirmed on top of the £100 ao Cashback - great stuff


Thanks. I’ve just ordered one from CEX to claim as I bought laptop before 30th deadline. Anyone delete any preinstalled apps or recommend anything to get most out of it. Thanks


I sent white Xbox 360 as in T&C no mention of any particular model


A white Xbox 360 eligible?

HP OMEN i7-8750H, 8GB RAM, GTX 1060 6GB, 144Hz, 256GB SSD, 1TB HDD - £1,149 @ Amazon
Found 24th SepFound 24th Sep
I'd been looking around for a good deal on an attractive, powerful gaming laptop with a 144Hz panel and ended up getting one of these. Around £150 more than the Dell G5 posted earl… Read more
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Just wanted to update everyone: this is a full GTX 1060 6GB video card. Mine is boosting to almost 1900MHz!!

Not a bad price for a decent gaming laptop.


Not an i9 octuple processor and the graphics card ain't got at least 32GB GDDR5 XXX. I got a laptop with all of the above for £899. But when someone asks me to link the deal, I'm just not gonna answer. If i refuse to answer, I win.


These laptops are fantastic, my friend has one and I have the previous version (ce003na). The bezels are much thinner so the laptop will actually fit easily into most 15.6" laptop bags, the processor is around 50% faster in most situations, the laptop runs cooler on idle (high temps you will still need to undervolt). Screen is better, with significantly less ghosting than the 120hz monitor on my one, which suffers from it severely. Still prefer the keyboard design on my old model. Everything else seems to me a major improvement. Good stuff here.

YourSongIsEnding There's also this MSI model with the full laptop 1060 + 16GB Ram, instead of 144hz, it's 120hz. £1,199. I'm looking for one myself, and it's hard to find one! EDIT: oh it's actually the same price if you get it from with cashback!

MSI GeForce GTX 1060 GAMING X 6GB Graphics Card with FREE MSI Clutch GM40 Red Gaming Mouse £289.98 @ eBuyer
Found 24th SepFound 24th Sep
Comes with a FREE MSI Clutch GM40 Red Gaming Mouse worth £35. Features Video Output Function DisplayPort x 3 HDMI x 1 Dual-link DVI-D x 1 Virtual Reality Ready DirectX … Read more
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£289.98? Is that mouse the greatest mouse of all time or something?


That mouse aint free at this price.


This would need to come with a free 1070 to be deal ;)


how much


This make a noticeable difference from 1050ti4gb? Worth the upgrade?

DELL G3 17 17.3" Intel® Core™ i7 GTX 1060 Gaming Laptop - 1 TB HDD & 128 GB SSD £1099.99 @ Currys
Found 24th SepFound 24th Sep
This seems like a good price for an i7 + 17" + ssd + 1060 6gb. Especially with £200 off for trading in my old laptop. There must be a BUT, but I can't see it. Can anyone point out … Read more
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Anyone know what the procedure is on this laptop to boot the OS from a USB stick?


Here's a couple of 12% code that works for xps and gaming 4$GVSS1XZP4SHG J3DMD0TZR7F?PJ


Hi I’d love a 12% code if you have one!


Doesn't matter... Aslong as it passes checks eg screen fine, powers up ect then going off the price of the laptop in post they atleast give you £200 atleast so won't give you less when trading in to buy new.


Sounds like you are familiar with said laptops. The processor seems very adequate but yes maybe 17" might be a bit big when the screen is so close. Thanks

DELL G5 15.6" Intel® Core™ i7 8750H GTX 1060 6GB Gaming Laptop - 1 TB HDD & 256GB M.2 PCIe NVMe - £999.99 @ Dell
Found 22nd SepFound 22nd Sep
Currently on sale for £999 instead of the usual £1249, therefore a saving of £250. Another G5 deal was posted for £899 from Currys a few days ago but I think this is better du… Read more

In fairness they never should have processed and shipped it if they couldn't honour it. Or at least gave an immediate refund if you never took possession of the laptop. Mine was cancelled while it was in China and still went round the world and back! Still awaiting my refund..


Yeah I will get a refund in 5-7 days which is fine by me. I just cant believe it was down the road and within a few hours of delivery when it got sent back. I guess its fair enough as I shouldnt have had the code anyway XD


Have you got a refund yet? To say there customer service is disgraceful is an understatement.


Mine was out for delivery in about 4 hours when it was cancelled. Gutted as it was a good deal. Thanks for the code anyway.


Sounds familiar. I had notification from the carrier but in error apparently. Still haven't had a refund so refused to get off the phone unless a manager spoke to me. It's being reinvestigated. Will let you know mate but don't give up.

Intel Core i5-7400 Quad Core 3.0GHz 8gb ram gtx 1060 6gb - £571.16 @ GearBest
Found 19th SepFound 19th Sep
CPU: Intel Core i5-7400 Quad Core 3.0GHz Equipped with better performance, delivering plenty of power for multitasking Graphics: Colorful GTX1060-6GD5 GAMING Better and faster in … Read more
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Don't forget folks that this uses a ' SEGOTEP Nuclear Power Super Warship S7 ' PSU OMG you gotta love their use of English, i always knew the Chinese would make a miniature reactor one day and here we are, its in a pc


After you've paid vat, this will be more expensive than buying it domestically. No useful warranty either. You'd have more recourse with something 2nd hand bought on eBay.


Im no expert myself but clearly that quote was written by someone in marketing/sales with little computing knowledge (excited) . They could have emphasised the speed of the SSD over a traditional disk drive. Looks like a decent deal though without looking into the details further.


Definitely. Last time I bought £135 electronics from aliexpress, which were declared for the sale value by the seller, import tax was nearly £12.


Cold too cheap and not Apple

Zotac GeForce GTX 1060 6 GB Mini - Good price for ITX builds at Amazon for £229.99
Found 16th SepFound 16th Sep
Coming in about a tenner cheaper than the previously posted Palit deal, and it's a mini if that's your thing,
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The one I was referring to was from a limited company and was new. There is no delusion involved. I was in the mining scene and know that people sell their cards but I find it kind of abhorrent that you would pass used cards off as new, in all my time, I never found anyone doing that - they were always sold as used...


I don't disagree at the price, but don't delude yourself that much of this stuff is not ex-mining hardware. People are dumping their mining hardware on ebay like there is no tomorrow. I know, because I did it in 2011 with all my gpus. I cleaned them up and sold them as new. I even resealed the boxes. Yes, hate me all you want, but heed my warning. A quick look at ebay.... 2x qty - 9 weeks old?, definitely miner: 7x qty - definitely miner I could go on. There will be many bargains to be had, but anyone who does buy these, make damn sure that you test the thing to death before your return window is up.


The crypto mining myth again... they were new on eBay for £250, I know everyone is just out to have a go about that comment and as the previous person didn’t reply to me I hadn’t even seen that comment. I’m not wasting my breath with this one any more; evidently I made up those GPUs for free likes, so if that’s what they want to believe, let them.


The ones on eBay will all be ones used to mine crypto. Just read the descriptions.... it's so obvious. They will have run 24/7 for months at 80+ deg C. Now while running at a constant temp will actually be better than increasing / decreasing temps from gaming, the temps will have been too high, capacitors will be shot etc.


but apparently insulting people and being aggressive is a thing. LOL you've not been on the internet long have you (cheeky) ? If anyone does spot those £250 1070 give a shout out to all of us .....

ASUS ROG Strix GL702 17.3" Intel® Core™ i7 GTX 1060 Gaming Laptop - 1 TB HDD & 256GB SSD £909.97 @ Currys ebay, only one in stock
Found 7th SepFound 7th Sep
Intel® Core™ i7-7700HQ processor RAM: 16 GB / Storage: 1 TB HDD & 256 GB SSD Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6 GB DDR5 Full HD display Product Type: Notebook Operating System… Read more

That was really good deal.


OOS but shows 3 sold


too slow ;(


OOS ..... sad face


Thanks op, I've bought. 😁

Palit NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB DUAL Graphics Card £239.99 @ ebuyer
Found 6th SepFound 6th Sep
Specification Chipset GeForce GTX 1060 Edition DUAL Manufacturing process 16 nm Microarchitecture Pascal Cores 1280 Streams N/A NVIDIA Tensor Cores Core Clock 1506… Read more
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If you think what I wrote was personally attacking it wasn't or, unpleasant for that matter. Simply that the deal wasn't that great in a jovial manner. Most people on here have no doubt had a post bomb. It shouldn't sway your world.


There is also the MSI GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5 OC V1 for similar price


I fully understand the meaning thanks and I used it in the way it was meant. For those who do not know the meaning however, here it is: 'to say or write unpleasant things about someone or something, in order to cause other people to have a bad opinion of that person or thing: e.g. He claimed he was unfairly vilified by the press.' I am being vilified for the deal IMHO. That's what happens here, we all know that but it doesn't mean it's acceptable. I am also being corrected on the English language by someone who has nothing better to do with their time clearly. And now I'm wasting mine on you ...


Perhaps you might care to check the meaning of vilified, as you've elected free time.


why is this cold? xD

HP OMEN 15 17 X GAMING LAPTOP i5 i7 7th Gen 1060 £1099.99 (new other) compadvance_outlet / Ebay
Found 6th SepFound 6th Sep
Pretty good for the price remanufactured product distributed through HP Renew program
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No probs :)


Thank you! I will wait til black Friday then (unicorn)


The i7 version of the ASUS FX503GM (GTX 1060 6GB) was available from a.o. for £899 after cashback. The i5 version was £799 after CB. both unavailable at the moment though. It's highly possible you'll see those prices again come Black Friday. You don't often see an i7 paired with the 1050 tbh. But you can pick up i5 + 1050 laptops south of £700 regularly. Sometimes a fair amount cheaper tjan that too.


No, I'm a girl so clearly don't know anything about anything. Please, show me where can I buy this Gtx1060 i7 gaming laptop for £900 as I'd really like to buy one.


That would be the 1080ti for £630. And there's 1060 laptops under £800 posted frequently, yes with i5 but there's been an i7 8th gen 1060 for £900 with 120hz screen etc. Like how hard is it to search things and read numbers bro? Are you 12 years old?

EVGA SC15 Gaming laptop i7 7700HQ GTX 1060 6 gb @ Box - £999.97
Found 4th SepFound 4th Sep
Again available at great price! If you’re ok with the screen size it could be the best gaming laptop in this category. 13 in stock currently! Specs: Intel Core i7-7700HQ Quad Core… Read more
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Just bought one of these for 999 from box, seems they reduced the price again from 1050. Happy days


:( emailed them to see if they would still do £999.97, they won’t because their cost price has gone up. Was worth the ask.


price's gone up to £1049.


I’m still hovering over the buy button for this. The the build quality is excellent everyone agrees with the aluminium chassis, makes it heavier though but no flex on all reviews. I’ve never been interested in the 17inch laptops myself, know so many are with the screen size, I’ve always fancied the footprint for it myself looking at the 15 inch laptops.


No laptop can reproduce the results of a gaming pc my friend and so a gaming laptop shouldn't be treated as one. The fact that you can run ANY game that has been invented on these specs should tell you a lot. As far as graphic requirement go for most of the games that exist nowadays.. with some compromises and tweaks to things like shadow quality, anti-alising, etc you shouldn't be really worried about 99.9% of the games.. that doesn't mean that you'll always get stunning numbers when we're talking about frame rates.

ASUS FX503VM-EN184T Gaming Laptop (15.6" 120Hz 1080p screen, 8GB DDR4-2400 RAM, 256GB M2 SSD, i5-7300HQ, GTX 1060 3GB) £779.99 @ Amazon
Found 3rd SepFound 3rd Sep
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I'm just joking mate. My deal is too old now I will just delete it :)


A classic business laptop is about 2.3kg. Lenovo did a laptop 720S with a 1050 TI 2GB max Q weighing in at 1.89kg that’s about the lightest I’ve seen under £1000 unfortunately it’s been out of stock for a while now on their website. If you’ve got cash to burn look at the MSI GS65 Stealth.


Sorry! I've been searching for laptops and computer stuff on here for a couple of weeks and never saw this one. :/


I quess I have to delete my deal now (cheeky) (devil)


Unlikely as the lower end 2060 & 2050 wont be likely till end of year.

Gigabyte GTX 1060 WindForce OC 3GB Graphics Card at Ebuyer for £189.99
Found 30th AugFound 30th Aug
Bit of an older card but still a decent one and at a good price. Powered by GeForce® GTX 1060 Integrated with 3GB GDDR5 192bit memory WINDFORCE 2X with Blade Fan Design Support u… Read more

Was forced to buy a card because my GTX 770 died a few weeks ago and went for this. Actually it was £184.99 then (amazon). Felt like a really bad time to buy a card with the current crop being over 2 years old and still the same price, but this seemed like the sweet spot and best option. £30-40 less for a 1050ti seemed just bad since it has similar performance to my dead 770, while the 3gb 1060 is significantly faster. And £30-40 more for a 6gb 1060 seems okay, but I can't justify spending over £200 on a card that cost the same 2 years ago. Gah. I'm liking this card though. Power draw is pretty low, temperatures low, and the cooler goes from off to almost silent at worst.


Very nearly bit... but won a new unused gtx 1050 for £96. I’m pleased as I didn’t need the 1060. If I game it’s on the PS4. My current is a 540M (in a Laptop obv) from 2012.... Buying Ryzen 1700x +1050 made more sense for £250 than a mid range intel with on board gfx. As for the 1060 3GB. It’s a great deal. You’re talking ~10% less ability than the 1060 6GB for 20% lower cost.




Not 6gb, not 1070, not 1080, not 1080i, New 20 series are out soon, no ray tracing, graphics cards are overpriced, bitcoin mining is dead, gets too hot, wrong colour.


Good price that is!

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