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.