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Designed to power through even the most advanced PC games, the GTX 1080 delivers a stunning performance in terms of sight and sound. These cards make a ground-breaking edition to any rig but can be expensive. To find the lowest price available, shoppers can browse through regularly updated offers on the GTX 1080 page at HotUKDeals.

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INNO3D N1080-1SDN-P6DN GeForce GTX1080 Twin x2 8 GB GDDR5X 256 Bit Graphics Card - Black Used - Very Good £256.66 Amazon Warehouse
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Posted 18th Jun 2020Posted 18th Jun 2020
INNO3D N1080-1SDN-P6DN GeForce GTX1080 Twin x2 8 GB GDDR5X 256 Bit Graphics Card - Black Used - Very Good £256.66 Amazon Warehouse£256.66Amazon Deals
Used, Very Good, from Amazon Warehouse. "Item will come repackaged" NVidiaGeForceGTX1080 8Gb 256Bit 1607cores Hercules2000cooler

Know what, unless you can back that claim up with some hard evidence I'll assume it's untrue.


I get your point, but I know multiple brands will honor a warranty from an used product from Amazon Warehouse. None I'm aware will honor a warranty from eBay (potential exception for manufacturer outlets, naturally)


No, you bought 2nd hand goods. In some exceptional circumstance Amazon MAY extend the return period but 30 days - same as ebay - is the contract. I believe all warranties for new goods are transferable to a second owner these days, but you would still need the original receipt to show when it was purchased "as new" and Amazon will not be supplying that. I happily buy loads of stuff from the Amazon warehouse and wouldn't flinch at buying a graphics car or any other component but you have to be aware of the facts. 30 days.


I believe you can still RMA through amazon, which is still better than eBay. Also some brands will allow warranty extended to 2nd hand users with a proper receipt like amazon's, but not ebay's


If a German seller wishes to make their goods available on Ebay UK they have to offer Paypal as payment method. So, unless you are signed into or wherever to make your purchase you will have Paypal as an option. And if your Amazon warehouse item ceases to work on day 31?

ASUS TURBO-GTX1080TI-11G GeForce GTX 1080 TI 11GB GDDR5X- Used Grade A (No Box ect) £401.99 delivered @ mco_yabe / eBay
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ASUS TURBO-GTX1080TI-11G GeForce GTX 1080 TI 11GB GDDR5X- Used Grade A (No Box ect) £401.99 delivered @ mco_yabe / eBay£401.99eBay Deals
Cheap price to performance. Grade A - Excellent condition, may be new and unused

I agree. Also, I would never spend money on a 2080 or 2080Ti, as long as they can't provide 100+ fps on ultra settings in all games. Which they don't. Even thinking about them as 4K gaming cards, is a fallacy. They simply cost too much without offering a true superior experience. It's better to stick to a 144Hz 1080p or 1440P instead, and save a ton of money. Would rather play a game on ultra settings at 1440p, than 60fps on medium settings on 4K.


Pretty much. I used to have a Zotac 1080 Ti amp, and there was never a situation where its 11GB memory helped it over my stock 2080 8GB. Its the same as people who buy an 8GB RX 570. A card like that will not really have the sufficient performance in a situation where 8GB vram is necessary, so why not just save the money and go for 4GB which is way more applicable for it. On the subject of monitors, one would be better off with an LG OLED for around £1000 than paying more for an inferior 4K 144hz monitor. Personally looking forward to the new 48" LG OLED to replace my UW. (y)


Yeah, those 11GB are useless in games (brainwashing marketing gimmick), for the processing power of the 1080Ti. It might help a 2080Ti, with major accent on MIGHT. Also funny how people think 4K gaming is something that is affordable. They think that a £400 used card will provide that. A decent 4k IPS 144Hz is starting at £1500 alone. But yeah, let them dream b/s.


Of course, but people often bring up the "but 11GB will help at 4K" argument so that's the only reason I posted 4K averages.


Problem is, none of these cards, 1080ti or 2070S are meant to be used for 4K gaming. Even 2080Ti is problematic at 4K, and it WILL NOT produce more than 60fps on high settings, in most new titles. Without question, 2070S is a much better choice over 1080Ti, because: 1. It's 27 months newer (if bought used, this will matter 1st hand) 2. It's consuming WAY LESS power. 3. It has Ray Tracing (argue if you want about this, but this is the future for light processing) 4. It has DLSS (which will provide MASSIVE boost in FPS)

Refurbished Asus Rog Strix GTX 1080 Graphics Card. £249.97 delivered @ Laptopsdirect
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Posted 7th Mar 2020Posted 7th Mar 2020
Refurbished Asus Rog Strix GTX 1080 Graphics Card. £249.97 delivered @ Laptopsdirect£249.97Laptops Direct Deals
Seems a good price but no info on warranty.

go bust I think


Even AMD admits in the driver release notes there's still no solution for a number of users. I do not know how it can be in any way acceptable for a significant number of users to have a £300 card still not working satisfactorily nine months after release? And why on earth should users be expected to resort to crowd-sourced fixes on Google, no matter how simple, to make it work? If you're #2 in the market, you really have to try harder than this.


dosn't work anymore, certain Triple A games won't even launch without latest drivers. RDR2, Activision Games, Origin Games etc, they all require latest drivers at certaint point if your drivers become obsolete enough, game won't even start.


Clearing stock as AMD are releasing the new tech and you can guarantee Nvidia will have a big inprovment too. Add to new drivers killing older models soon and I'd consider it a poor investment.

ANYHOW!! Thank God, they are out of stock until 28th May. I think AMD asked them to hold off selling them for a few more months until they sort the drivers out!! ;-p

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Turbo OC 8GB GDDR5X VR Ready Graphics Card​
£457.94 Delivered @ AWD IT
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Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Turbo OC 8GB GDDR5X VR Ready Graphics Card​ £457.94 Delivered @ AWD IT£457.94AWD-IT Deals
5.25% TopCashBack Available. GIGABYTE turbo fan cooling system features the exclusive blower fan design with the heat pipe direct touch technology to efficiently direct the heat … Read more

yh this is cold the rtx 2070 is the same price.


Cheapest current price doesn't make it a good deal. It still has to be worth the money.


You could easily sell the 3 games and get more then 30 quid off.


This Black Friday sucks. I mean, there have been some good deals if you happen to want the free games from AMD, but I don’t care for those games and would very much prefer 30 quid off. I have a voucher on Amazon, and yet I can’t be brought to spend new prices on 2 years old cards. Especially with the insane profit Nvidia has been doing for the last two years, it’s not like they are really working with paper thin margins.


Seems to be a common complaint with blower cards from Gigabyte. I had a 1080 Ti Turbo and never noticed coil whine so maybe it’s luck of the draw with “cheap” Gigabytes.

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Zotac GTX 1080 Ti 11GB Mini Graphics CardEbuyer £559.98 @ Ebuyer
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Zotac GTX 1080 Ti 11GB Mini Graphics CardEbuyer £559.98 @ Ebuyer£559.98£699.9920% offEbuyer Deals
11GB GDDR5X The world's smallest 1080 Ti IceStorm Cooling 5 Year extended warranty*

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Zotac GTX 1080 Ti 11GB Mini @Ebuyer for £559.98 Free Delivery
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Zotac GTX 1080 Ti 11GB Mini @Ebuyer for £559.98 Free Delivery£559.98Ebuyer Deals
Is this the only half decent 1080 Ti deal we will see today?! 1.5% (about £8.40) Cashback too from the usual suspects. 11GB GDDR5X The world's smallest 1080 Ti IceStorm Cool… Read more
chapchap the end i got a Palit 1080 Ti Super JetStream "Used - Like New" via Amazon Warehouse for £551.74 so it it is any good i am happy with that.


ready my comment again, i stated PROPERLY OPTIMISED. thats the big problem with both these 2 new techs, it requires developers to build and learn the tech. Its for nvidia to learn how to optimise. 2-3 generations for new tech is realistic. if you are happy with half the performance to enable those features then thats great, but most people will not opt for that.


DLSS is already making it's way into a lot of games. RTX is a strong work in progress. And when combined with DLSS, it's great. But suggesting this is '2 to 3 generations away' is completely untrue.


^ doubtful because by the time we get games that are properly optimised for DLSS and RTX, another 2-3 generations of cards will have been and gone and he can get a whole new card for cheaper.


RTX2080. It's 8% faster and has room for a 9% OC still. And you get DLSS, which is the BIG deal of this generation, even if RTX gets good later, DLSS will be good way faster and will push the advantage much further ahead. You'll be kicking yourself for saving the 90 quid later.