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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.

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.

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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StormForce-i7-6700K Quad Core Gaming PC, 16GB, 3TB + 256GB, Win10, GTX 1080 - £1299 @ zoostorm-sales / eBay
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How does this compare the the p75 i bought in 1995?
blaine9 h, 51 m ago

Useless graph because anyone with this spec system wouldn't be playing at …Useless graph because anyone with this spec system wouldn't be playing at 720p. Ryzen CPUs are more equal a sometimes pull ahead at quad hd and 4k.


At 1080p the gap closes but the hierarchy is still intact, and the intel quads still comfortably lead every Ryzen.

The higher the resolution the more you lean on the GPU, and so the gap minimises to near nothing. You aren't testing CPUs then, you are just doing a GPU test.

However the reason why you would use a CPU bound low resolution test is because it can be a very good indicator of how fast a given CPU can drive modern games and utilise the GPU resources available.

So when your next GPU upgrade in the near future is far more powerful the faster CPUs will likely drive it to better framerates even at higher resolution that you might play at. Less chance of a bottleneck with more GPU performance.

Intel dominate in this regard for games. 6700k is still a very fast gaming CPU with no AMD equal.
Chan_Ben1 h, 25 m ago

This just shows how Intel has been basically selling the same cpu with a …This just shows how Intel has been basically selling the same cpu with a different name for past year. Even if you compare the performance with an old i7 2nd generation, the performance is still not very far off - consider it's an very old cpu. The 6th and 7th generation barely have any improvement.



While this has been true for years and it does suck for consumers, from a business perspective you absolutely can't blame them. For nearly a decade they have had absolutely no competition with the higher end chips.

Then Ryzen came out and all of a sudden the jump from the 7700K to the 8700K is the biggest performance jump seen between intel generations in a long time. It's great that AMD are putting up a decent fight again.

Looking at it all from only a gaming perspective throws things off a bit. Games are notoriously bad at utilizing multiple cores well. In other CPU intensive applications the high core/ thread count CPU's leave this kind of CPU in the dust.

But given this is being sold as a gaming PC this CPU is still one of the best CPU's for gaming, where the speed and number of instructions per cycle each core can do is far more important to performance than the number of cores.

Edit: Not saying anyone here has been ripped off yet but those buying graphics cards on ebay be careful. There have been a lot of fake cards showing up on ebay. Old 560's,etc flashed with a fake BIOS to make them show up as newer cards.
Edited by: "Spectral" 17th Feb
DarrylJohn17 h, 46 m ago

I got a cyberpower luxe VR on ebay. 1080ti, 16gb ddr4 3200. 256gb SSD and …I got a cyberpower luxe VR on ebay. 1080ti, 16gb ddr4 3200. 256gb SSD and a 7700k. Here's me thinking it was a gaming PC. Paid 1040, part picker and its 1600+. Damn... what a waste.


It's not all about the £. I said for a budget build it's good, for a performance pc it's not.
vulcanproject21 h, 43 m ago

6700k is basically way faster than any Ryzen for gaming. It's also pretty …6700k is basically way faster than any Ryzen for gaming. It's also pretty much exactly the same performance clock for clock as a 7700k, the 7700k is just clocked higher. 12 modern games test average, CPU bound:[Image] You can usually easy take a 6700k to 4.6GHz and it'll be the third/fourth fastest gaming CPU on a mainstream platform currently available when overclocking is factored. Behind an 8700K, 7700K and maybe an 8600k.Nothing feeble about it, even if it is now over 2 years old!


This just shows how Intel has been basically selling the same cpu with a different name for past year. Even if you compare the performance with an old i7 2nd generation, the performance is still not very far off - consider it's an very old cpu. The 6th and 7th generation barely have any improvement.
MSI Gaming Laptop - i5 / 1080p / GTX 1050 / 8GB RAM / 1TB HDD + 256GB SSD £759 @ AO
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Anyone recommend a good 1060 or 1070 laptop?
This would do nicely for anyone wanting management games and some old classic. It would also play new games but you would have to tone down the settings 1080p medium.
These msi laptops are really nice. I bought the pl62 for £598 before Christmas and fitted my own M.2 drive.

Theyre not too hard to get apart and you don't void the warranty doing so.

The screens on these are better than the IPS screen in my HP laptop.
Edited by: "Rich44" 15th Feb
A good laptop, but no IPS is a let down as is the lack of memory. I have a similair MSI, to upgrade the memory requires a guitar plectrum to get the back off. Ludites be aware no VGA
PCSpecialist Vulcan Pro (8700K & 1080 Ti) System - cheaper than the components cost! - £1750
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This seems a great deal for a high end gaming PC with a 1080 Ti. Needs a bigger hard drive but it can be configured. Intel® Core™i7-8700k ASUS® TUF Z370-PLUS GAMING 16GB Cors… Read more
Bestard14th Feb

The 'build your own' brigade are noticeably subdued on this occasion.



Them days gone for me.... was doing 1200 quid pc's in the late 90's/early 2k's.... then one day bought a 500 quid dell and kept it for 5 yrs....
There are pros and cons to this, the biggest con is the one year parts warranty. Things can fail. Personally, the one year parts warranty puts me off, but I guess that’s where they make their money by having customers upgrade to a longer warranty or RMA’ing the parts and putting in another build but alsocharging the end user for a new component for the privilege.
DarrylJohn3 h, 50 m ago

[Image] It's a one off unfortunately. The seller didn't know it's value at …[Image] It's a one off unfortunately. The seller didn't know it's value at all. The exclusion of the GPU in the title seen to that.



Oh you lucky bastard :D.
Thanks for reply.
freshcarrot1 h, 50 m ago

Hey there, can you please link me what product was it on ebay ? For that …Hey there, can you please link me what product was it on ebay ? For that price i am defo interested :)Thanks.


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It's a one off unfortunately. The seller didn't know it's value at all. The exclusion of the GPU in the title seen to that.
DarrylJohn4 h, 38 m ago

I picked up a VERY similar system, Cost me £1040. Just an FYI, brand new …I picked up a VERY similar system, Cost me £1040. Just an FYI, brand new on eBay. Only difference was this was a 7700k and a 256gb SSD.Corsair H60 in that, not sure on this one.It was a CyberLuxe VRhttps://www.littlewoods.com/cyberpower-luxe-vr-titanium-intelreg-coretrade-i7k-16gb-ramnbsp1tb-hdd-amp-240gb-ssd-vr-ready-gaming-pc-with-11gbnbspgeforcenbspgtx-1080ti-graphics/1600184517.prdReally good PC, I voided the warranty and installed an aftermarket cooler on the GPU. Was a little nervous lol, dropped load temps down around 20c though.



Hey there, can you please link me what product was it on ebay ? For that price i am defo interested
Thanks.
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BenQ GL2760H LED TN 27" inch W Monitor 1920 x 1080, 16:9, 1000:1, 12M:1, 2 ms GTG, DVI, HDMI - Glossy Black - £146.99 @ Amazon
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Is it BenQ GC2870H model any better? only £6 more. What do u think guys? Need it for gaming mostly.
Whats tye refresh rate on this one if any1 know
FireOnAWire3 h, 12 m ago

TN


Given the fact its a TN panel is clearly labelled in the item description why do you feel the need to post that comment??
TN
Recently bought a 27"... regretting it slightly, a bit too big to be honest!... 23.8" (from a 21.5) may have been a better choice, though I do sit quite close...
Stormforce Inferno Desktop Gaming PC - i7-7700K @ 4.8Ghz / GTX 1080 8GB / 512GB NVMe SSD + 3TB HDD / 16GB DDR4 £1549.99 @ Box
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zeekillah22 h, 53 m ago

Can this run chrome well? Will I be able to go on website while listening …Can this run chrome well? Will I be able to go on website while listening to music?


I can confirm tested and working well. But if you run Winamp and try and move it around the screen you do still get a lag effect.
darynquinn46 m ago

Kaby Lake only officially supports up to 2400mhz ram so it's the correct …Kaby Lake only officially supports up to 2400mhz ram so it's the correct memory for the processor, but as it's a Z270 motherboard you can overclock anyway


2400 ram will only reach 2666 at best.(unless you get a mislabeled pair)
Overclocking 2400 ram will break the same official guidelines.
Putting faster ram in it doesnt, because until you manually speed it up it will run at official supported frequencies. So there. ;#}
lonewanderer22772 h, 42 m ago

Where? I'd love to see a laptop with identical specs for the same price!


Where?
geolykos3 h, 17 m ago

Not sure why people rate it hot when there's another deal £300 cheaper. …Not sure why people rate it hot when there's another deal £300 cheaper. Then again people here always vote what they like and want, not what is a good deal. Cold for me, you can buy a laptop with more or less the same specs (even GPU) for the same price.



Where? Can you post a link please?

lonewanderer22772 h, 42 m ago

Where? I'd love to see a laptop with identical specs for the same price!

joe_shmoe34 m ago

Really highly specced cos desperate to shift those old cpu's.It is what it …Really highly specced cos desperate to shift those old cpu's.It is what it is, tho hindering the machine with 2400 ram is a bit silly with the rest of the specs.



Kaby Lake only officially supports up to 2400mhz ram so it's the correct memory for the processor, but as it's a Z270 motherboard you can overclock anyway
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Really highly specced cos desperate to shift those old cpu's.
It is what it is, tho hindering the machine with 2400 ram is a bit silly with the rest of the specs.
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EVGA GeForce GTX 1080TI £736 delivered from amazon.es
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Bob_Green9th Feb

bitcoin has crashed wait for miners to flood market with used cards and …bitcoin has crashed wait for miners to flood market with used cards and prices to drop


how's that wait coming along
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Rookiereece1006 m ago

Bitcoins on the Rise


lol assuming if you repost this deal (if it were available) you'd get a higher temperature, with break even happening muuuuch quicker with today's rates.
Bitcoins on the Rise
chamelion50 m ago

Limit 1 per customer else I'd have picked up a few!


Just use different payment cards, friends names and different addresses to get around the 1 per customer limits
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CyptoHippy11 h, 59 m ago

bitcoin is shooting back up at around $9,000 i'll grab a handful of these …bitcoin is shooting back up at around $9,000 i'll grab a handful of these thanks


Limit 1 per customer else I'd have picked up a few!
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Alienware AW2518H 240Hz 1080p GSYNC Monitor - £376 (First Credit Order Only) @ Very
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bitcoin513 h, 41 m ago

Thanks for the clarity on that, wonderful thing about DigDug and Missile …Thanks for the clarity on that, wonderful thing about DigDug and Missile Command is I do not have to worry about the refresh!!Reason I asked, is surely ((other than the rate)) the game play would more enjoyable on a higher pixel, bigger size screen for less/equal £ for gamers ((putting aside the awful ping rates etc)) playing stuff?Having seen an abundance of these gaming spec monitors ((obviously not running superchunkmegaping speeds)) it would be clearer to see what you are doing on 4k / 5k / 8k as opposed to squishing it all into a squashed 1440p or less one!! That is interesting matt, so even though gamers want the best of the best, they are using a resolution that a 4k uhd can better by over 3 times? Would it not just jump to 240Hz and above for 4k / 5k ones this year & next, save having to play and squint as the screen is only 24" big ? Thanks for the info by the way.



The bigger the screen the more area you have to look to see someone shooting at you.

I use a large screen for work and a 24" at 144Hz for playing games.
sam_of_london11 h, 39 m ago

1080p is finished . Don't waste money on it . Buy 4k now


240hz at 4k. yeaaaaaaaaaaaaah mate.... not likely.
Edited by: "plath" 7th Feb
What GPU can eve run new games on ultra at over 100fps on 4k? I own plenty 1080ti for miners and test hard test em on new hardware i buy and i could never get past 80fps on superclocked 1080ti at 4k. No point having uber fast Hz if you cant achieve stable fps
justnvc2 h, 53 m ago

The decision for most competitive pc gamers is 1440p 165Hz versus 1080p …The decision for most competitive pc gamers is 1440p 165Hz versus 1080p 240Hz. We should see 1440p 240Hz later this year too which would be the perfect middle ground for those that play fast paced shooters. This Alienware screen is definitely geared toward a very niche audience in that respect with it's 1080p resolution, most would be happier with the higher 1440p resolution and added desktop real estate for sure.2160p/4k and 120Hz will be hitting the market soon (including nvidia's bfgd screens), but they'll all have pretty hefty early adopter price tags to boot. My hope is those screens will allow you to run at a higher than 120Hz refresh rate below 4k resolution, since higher Hz will always be better depending on the panel type (more fps/hz = less input lag = more responsive mouse), but that hasn't been confirmed.I suppose it depends on who's buying and for what purpose!


Thanks for the clarity on that, wonderful thing about DigDug and Missile Command is I do not have to worry about the refresh!!

Reason I asked, is surely ((other than the rate)) the game play would more enjoyable on a higher pixel, bigger size screen for less/equal £ for gamers ((putting aside the awful ping rates etc)) playing stuff?

Having seen an abundance of these gaming spec monitors ((obviously not running superchunkmegaping speeds)) it would be clearer to see what you are doing on 4k / 5k / 8k as opposed to squishing it all into a squashed 1440p or less one!!

matt1392 h, 51 m ago

Input lag/response time and peripheral vision will be crucial factors. …Input lag/response time and peripheral vision will be crucial factors. Albeit, not as important as refresh rate. The sweet spot for gaming atm is 27” 1440p 144hz until 4k 144hz monitors are widely available. 1080p 240hz are for the very hardcore gamers who prioritise framerate above everything else.


That is interesting matt, so even though gamers want the best of the best, they are using a resolution that a 4k uhd can better by over 3 times? Would it not just jump to 240Hz and above for 4k / 5k ones this year & next, save having to play and squint as the screen is only 24" big ? Thanks for the info by the way.
1080p is finished . Don't waste money on it . Buy 4k now
MSI GeForce GTX 1080 AERO 8G OC £555.47 @ Amazon
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Preorder for delivery on the 15th of February.
I'm tempted to pull the trigger on this but every time I see a new post about a 1080 being over priced it pulls me back from the edge.
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Dear god the bubble can’t burst soon enough What a waste of the worlds resources
Rojo6642 m ago

With the way crypto is going at the moment. I'm sure there will be a glut …With the way crypto is going at the moment. I'm sure there will be a glut of second hand cards on the market soon.And yes this is a cheap blower model, so not really a good price.Plus there should be newer cards from Nvidia in the coming months. It's a bit silly for many reasons to buy a graphics card right now.


Some inexperienced people who got into mining somewhat recently might panic sell on ebay but it won't be significant, the price will still be high and other miners will pick them right back up again. New cards need to come out from NVIDIA and AMD ASAP.
I don't find this card too bad as have the 1070 version, of course the 1080 makes more heat though. It's quieter than my asus turbo 1060 though
With the way crypto is going at the moment. I'm sure there will be a glut of second hand cards on the market soon.

And yes this is a cheap blower model, so not really a good price.

Plus there should be newer cards from Nvidia in the coming months. It's a bit silly for many reasons to buy a graphics card right now.
GTX 1080 Ti - £679 @ Geforce
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Not really a deal but a normal-priced GPU on geforce.co.uk website. Stock turns up every week, I've noticed. Limit is 2 GPUs per customer. Grab one while stock lasts!
Steelman11131st Jan

Bloomin' miners, I really wish this bubble would pop and fast, maybe …Bloomin' miners, I really wish this bubble would pop and fast, maybe you'll start seeing these GPU's for £300 used then...One can dream right?


Neither of those things are going to happen tho lol
It’s always OOS , I have been checking over the last 6 months
Steelman11110 h, 55 m ago

Bloomin' miners, I really wish this bubble would pop and fast, maybe …Bloomin' miners, I really wish this bubble would pop and fast, maybe you'll start seeing these GPU's for £300 used then...One can dream right?


To be honest i hope i will last loooong as it bypass banking system
Bloomin' miners, I really wish this bubble would pop and fast, maybe you'll start seeing these GPU's for £300 used then...

One can dream right?
johnthehuman5 h, 35 m ago

TIL I could make a profit on my 1080Ti


I was going to do that, but I only have a 4K screen and like my 4K 60 fps and don't want to end up waiting until the next series of GPUs before being able to buy another card at a reasonable price.
EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 SC GAMING Graphics card £519.02 from Amazon (in stock Feb 4th)
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Prob won’t hear it I’m my Corsair air 540 case with 6 fans running :-)
Yep mine arrived today. Struggled to get it in my case (the 8pin power slips under my hdd side panel). Corsair 650 6+1 cable wouldn't fit, but came with a more flexible 8 to 2x6 cable. Massive upgrade on my msi gaming 750ti - from medium 1080 to max 1440p comfortably at 60fps on BF1 and Fortnite. It is louder though! Tested mining capability and it's pretty good, though runs loud
Good luck I’m still at delivery date pending... so not even got a date now so might be years until
I can game again
Guess I could be a lucky one then. Apparently its out for delivery so they must be getting drips of stock in
bilbob11 m ago

I don't think they have a clue frankly. I don't doubt they've been stiffed …I don't think they have a clue frankly. I don't doubt they've been stiffed by a supplier, but in that case you'd think they'd have the decency to tell us. I've got this on order for the main machine, and a 1050ti as an upgrade for the little'uns minecrafter, and BOTH have now been delayed twice...Not happy, Amazon. Not happy at all.


Yep definitely supplier issues, probably sold them all to companies in Iceland with 500+ gpu mining warehouses. My gaming card blew up 3 weeks ago now and I’m still waiting. I don’t mind the wait but waiting and paying 100 quid over the odds is doing my sweed in
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EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 GAMING £665.48 @ Novatech
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Variable Lead Times - Stock Due Soo
Freeboski30 m ago

That's unfortunate, its now up to £789! Its a shame they don't have a …That's unfortunate, its now up to £789! Its a shame they don't have a price guarantee.


In other words we see an opening in the market. Know we can only get about 10 cards for the next 6 months. In that case we will maximise profit on each card.
ciggybumly30th Jan

I Think everyone should contact Novatech if you have pre-ordered one of …I Think everyone should contact Novatech if you have pre-ordered one of these cards.I have just received this from them regarding the prices:"Thanks for getting in touch with us. I have spoken with our Purchasing Team this morning who have advised that the cost price for these cards has since increased. There is no current ETA from our suppliers but it seems that when the cards are in stock the price on your order will be increased. We can only confirm what the price will be once the cards are in stock with us."This looks like they will increase the price when they become available. I only inquired if I could have my pre-order dropped to the lower price of £651.56 from the original priceI then asked if this was allowed and had a reply"Our Purchasing Team have confirmed that this is correct I'm afraid. There is a worldwide shortage on these cards at the moment and because of this the cost price has risen considerably, we cannot therefore guarantee any earlier prices. We will try to keep the prices as near to the original price as possible however until we have received stock we cannot confirm the exact price. "Not sure whats best now



That's unfortunate, its now up to £789! Its a shame they don't have a price guarantee.
I Think everyone should contact Novatech if you have pre-ordered one of these cards.
I have just received this from them regarding the prices:

"Thanks for getting in touch with us.

I have spoken with our Purchasing Team this morning who have advised that the cost price for these cards has since increased. There is no current ETA from our suppliers but it seems that when the cards are in stock the price on your order will be increased.

We can only confirm what the price will be once the cards are in stock with us."

This looks like they will increase the price when they become available. I only inquired if I could have my pre-order dropped to the lower price of £651.56 from the original price

I then asked if this was allowed and had a reply

"Our Purchasing Team have confirmed that this is correct I'm afraid.

There is a worldwide shortage on these cards at the moment and because of this the cost price has risen considerably, we cannot therefore guarantee any earlier prices. We will try to keep the prices as near to the original price as possible however until we have received stock we cannot confirm the exact price. "

Not sure whats best now
I called them earlier today and they adjusted the price on my order to reflect the current lower price.
I was also informed that Novatech will not withdrawal funds until items are ready for dispatch
It's gone down to £651.56 now.
Palit GeForce® GTX 1080 Dual OC - £486.68 Novatech
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Seems a good price at current for a 1080. Which seem to be around £500+ As usual, "Variable Lead Times - Stock Due Soon"
Worst company I have dealt with, period.
A new email from this awful company...

From: "customer.services@novatech.co.uk" <customer.services@novatech.co.uk>
To:
Sent: Friday, 16 February 2018, 10:17:10 GMT
Subject: Re: [76C53CCC1393] - Your message

Hi Juan,



Thanks for getting in touch with us.

The graphics card on your order has been delayed from our suppliers, and unfortunately we do not have a confirmed delivery date of this item.

We are at present in a very unique situation as all graphics cards are in constraint due to the rise in demand for Bitcoin/Crypto-currency mining systems. This has caused delays and price increases across all retailers and suppliers, as the manufactures are struggling to create the cards as quickly as orders are being placed.
The price has increased to £493.36 + vat, please confirm whether you are happy to pay the increase so we can update your order and allocate stock as soon as they come in.

If we do not hear from you within 24 hours of this email, your order will automatically be cancelled and w will refund you in full.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused by this delay, we are investigating all avenues to source in the required graphics cards. As soon as we have any further information, we will endeavor to contact you as quickly as possible.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us.

Thanks,

Jo H

Novatech Customer Services Advisor

novatech.co.uk

Call: 02392 322 500
Edited by: "Ronin74_" 17th Feb
Hi there,

Just more info on these cards, I received this email last week from Novatech...



Hello,

You currently have one or more orders with us for a quantity of Graphics Cards, so we'd like to give you a little update on their status.

Due to a massive surge in demand due to crypto-currency mining many graphics cards have sold out everywhere and are in constraint from the Manufacturers. They have been unable to keep up with the unprecedented demand, and as such our suppliers have completely run out of stock and this has caused a large backlog of backorders.

The manufacturers are currently in the process of ramping up their production and have informed us that more graphics cards will be available as soon as possible but cannot give us a firm date.

We apologise for this inconvenience and thank you for your patience in this global shortage.

Best wishes,

Novatech.
Good price, rang them but they already have many of these these on back order with no real clue as to when they will have them... not sure I am going to drop 486 quid and wait many weeks/months before getting anything..
Its a little rich of the manufacturer to start dictating rule of use after they designed something.

Mining technically doesnt use the "whole" card like gaming does, and like someone else said you clock the mem but under clock the core. Ample airflow and technically your good to go.


Bit like a car manufacturer selling a car that can do 120mph then saying there not gonna cover you if you go over the speed limit...
ZOTAC GeForce® GTX 1080 Ti Blower (Stock Due Soon - Order available) £623.99 @ Novatech
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Scottc1239 h, 35 m ago

Most people who do it in UK are in places where they are not paying the …Most people who do it in UK are in places where they are not paying the electricity bills e.g. parents, hall of residences, all inclusive rent etc Basically they are taking someone else's electricity and converting it into virtual currency of their own. I.e. Stealing and destroying the environment at the same time for selfish gain.


I doubt it, the one's living off their parents / or the students wouldn't/shouldn't be able to afford loads of GPU's.

I'm guessing you've read the Guardian article about the environment. That's basically only Bitcoin (Cash) / Litecoin / Dash Mining (not other cryptocurrencies) because the other GPU mineable (ASIC Resistant) cryptocurrencies use little energy (comparatively) as the difficulty isn't incredibly high.
rossysaurus3 h, 4 m ago

1060, 1070 and 1080 are still profitable because the performance per watt …1060, 1070 and 1080 are still profitable because the performance per watt is still good. Very few people are mining on 960, 970, 980 and 980Ti because the power requirements make them much less attractive than 10** series. When the 20** series are released (especially given the massive computer performance increase of Volta shown by the Titan V) miners are going to get ~double Performance per Watt from Volta cards compared to 10** series. If compute performance and coin production increases that much we may see BTC "reward era 4" by the end of 2018, halving the BTC payout for each block created. This would then make 10** cards much less profitable for all currencies as most people cash out smaller currencies into BTC then $. On top of that IF China and/or Korea ban/regulate/tax Cryptocurrency the rest of the world will follow causing its value to crash. Mere speculation of that has devalued BTC by almost half.


China has already banned Bitcoin exchanges back in September
darksideby18221 h, 9 m ago

For the outlay of components and cost of running is mining really worth it?


Around 5 months ROI - quicker if you don't payout to normal currencies (i.e. keep it as cryptocurrency and hope the value goes up).
chamelion5 h, 56 m ago

You know that's not quite the case right? long as cards are profitable, …You know that's not quite the case right? long as cards are profitable, good quantity of miners will just start a new rig with new cards. look at all the slower cards people are still mining with - you don't see the market flooded with 1080s and 1070s and 1060s now that there's a 1080ti. way to judge. I have solar - even after mining I'll be putting more back into the grid than I use, and I can multiply the profits on what I use by mining. True not everyone's on the same boat, but I'm actually quite proud of my setup from a returns + being green perspective.


1060, 1070 and 1080 are still profitable because the performance per watt is still good. Very few people are mining on 960, 970, 980 and 980Ti because the power requirements make them much less attractive than 10** series. When the 20** series are released (especially given the massive computer performance increase of Volta shown by the Titan V) miners are going to get ~double Performance per Watt from Volta cards compared to 10** series.

If compute performance and coin production increases that much we may see BTC "reward era 4" by the end of 2018, halving the BTC payout for each block created. This would then make 10** cards much less profitable for all currencies as most people cash out smaller currencies into BTC then $.

On top of that IF China and/or Korea ban/regulate/tax Cryptocurrency the rest of the world will follow causing its value to crash. Mere speculation of that has devalued BTC by almost half.
GeForce® GTX 1080 Ti Gaming OC BLACK 11G £645.86 @ Amazon.fr
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Back with the European Amazon nvidia graphics card deals which are, for some reason, always £30-£100 cheaper than the UK, though this one is over £100 cheaper than on Amazon UK. … Read more
Never came into stock
stavroskaz7 h, 30 m ago

COLDGot mine cheaper from this offer.The card rocks and doesnt have coil …COLDGot mine cheaper from this offer.The card rocks and doesnt have coil whine or other bulls... I have 170 fps in 2k at overwatch.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gigabyte-geforce-gtx-1080ti-at-amazon-france-for-617-2808931#comment-32212545


How is it cold, that offer isn't available anymore?!? its a best deals site and if it is the best deal at the moment then its got to be hot or at least warm.
COLD

Got mine cheaper from this offer.The card rocks and doesnt have coil whine or other bulls... I have 170 fps in 2k at overwatch.

hotukdeals.com/dea…931
Edited by: "stavroskaz" 16th Jan
robodan9189 h, 57 m ago

I have 7 and no coil whine from anyIt is a very cheap card though. …I have 7 and no coil whine from anyIt is a very cheap card though. Wouldn't recommend for gamersJust good for miners because of its low price for a 1080ti and decent resale value



I've got an Asus Strix OC and while it doesn't whine while mining it does when running games at high FPS. If you've got some time, try to run the Unigine Valley benchmark on some of them. Mine whines signifcantly with it.
RidleyDeckard3 h, 47 m ago

Bitcoins I’m guessing. It’s because of these guys the price has stayed so h …Bitcoins I’m guessing. It’s because of these guys the price has stayed so high and they are so damned hard to get when there is a deal.


Yeah, it seems the only way to buy a decent graphics card these days is to mine some Bitcoin and get rich from it - except for that you need a decent graphics card in the first place.

3 years ago I paid around £200 for a 780 Ti, which had been out for 14 months at the time. The 1080 Ti has been out for 11 months - I can't see it dropping to £200 in the next 3 months.
Palit Geforce GTX 1080 Super Jetstream £499.25 @ Box.co.uk
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A decent price for a good, quiet card that can overclock pretty well. Got myself one a few weeks ago and it runs great. Don't forget Quidco cashback of 1%.
Get dealGet deal
I tried to order one but Paypal refused it, I called them and they said they blocked that retailer?
mreriksen15 h, 4 m ago

WOW! Since when did GPU prices go up?? Just a couple weeks ago there were …WOW! Since when did GPU prices go up?? Just a couple weeks ago there were a lot of 1080s close to £470 mark


You can blame the miners for that.
If mining continues to be a factor, you have to wonder what this will do for PC gaming longer term. AMD and Nvidia have no incentive to reduce prices when they can't keep up with demand.
WOW! Since when did GPU prices go up?? Just a couple weeks ago there were a lot of 1080s close to £470 mark
Seems a good price for a factory overclocked 1080 with a good, quiet cooler. Sure you can get a cheaper 1080 but I'd rather pay a few quid more for a quieter model. Tempted....
Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti 11GB GAMING OC Graphics Card £688.98 @ Ebuyer
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Good Price for a GTX 1080ti right now. Not the best one, however it is the OC version with 3 fans to keep it cool.......
Get dealGet deal
It's £899.99 now, which proves that £688.98 was a very good deal.
Same here 3 months to roi a 6 card rig. Not bad. When I started it was looking likely to be 14 months.
jaymorgangrice19 h, 32 m ago

Altcoins drop as quick as they climb. What matters is what you sell at. If …Altcoins drop as quick as they climb. What matters is what you sell at. If you want less risk. Use profit switcher (not nicehash), realistic ROI is 6-7 months (not including your electricity bill). Most will tell you what coin to invest in, but unless you want to be a bit more risky, id say ether, litecoin or bitcoin. Pretty much all altcoins require holding, as if profit jumps, so does difficulty, so then you get less for your miner (Theres a small window in here where profits are high and difficulty low until everyone jumps on it and drives it up)


3 months roi here, too - after electricity. You're evidently not doing something right
jaymorgangrice9 h, 24 m ago

Altcoins drop as quick as they climb. What matters is what you sell at. If …Altcoins drop as quick as they climb. What matters is what you sell at. If you want less risk. Use profit switcher (not nicehash), realistic ROI is 6-7 months (not including your electricity bill). Most will tell you what coin to invest in, but unless you want to be a bit more risky, id say ether, litecoin or bitcoin. Pretty much all altcoins require holding, as if profit jumps, so does difficulty, so then you get less for your miner (Theres a small window in here where profits are high and difficulty low until everyone jumps on it and drives it up)


my roi was 2 and a half months

altcoins.
and diversify

my portfolio outperforms the overall market every single day
robodan91815 h, 18 m ago

Nope pretty easyit's not super straightforward but there are so many …Nope pretty easyit's not super straightforward but there are so many guides on youtube that you can be ready and hashing in as little as 5 minutes (using nicehash) or as much as 30 (using other miners that are more profitable, and coins that are more profitable)The amount you make is up to you


Altcoins drop as quick as they climb. What matters is what you sell at. If you want less risk. Use profit switcher (not nicehash), realistic ROI is 6-7 months (not including your electricity bill). Most will tell you what coin to invest in, but unless you want to be a bit more risky, id say ether, litecoin or bitcoin. Pretty much all altcoins require holding, as if profit jumps, so does difficulty, so then you get less for your miner (Theres a small window in here where profits are high and difficulty low until everyone jumps on it and drives it up)
ASUS GeForce GTX 1080 8GB ROG STRIX Graphics Card (STRIX-GTX1080-8G-GAMING) at Amazon France for £329.71
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1733 MHz Boost Clock with Super Alloy Power II Delivery Aura RGB Lighting on both shroud and back plate New ASUS Fan Connect provides dual 4-pin GPU-controlled PWM fan headers D… Read more
Xoizdar3 h, 15 m ago

Wtf? I got an email that this card is again available at price EUR 293,42 …Wtf? I got an email that this card is again available at price EUR 293,42 and when I wanted to buy it, it still appears this product is unavailable. Do they throw only like few cards and whos the first he will catch it?


Yep I got this too. Gone of course by the time I got there even though I clicked the link as soon as I got it. Must be literally one or two. Still makes one question, if it was a price error at EUR 357, how come it comes back within a couple of days at EUR 293? Very strange...
Wtf? I got an email that this card is again available at price EUR 293,42 and when I wanted to buy it, it still appears this product is unavailable. Do they throw only like few cards and whos the first he will catch it?
i_have_crabs7 m ago

Do you not doubt that someone would copy & paste a French phrase and post …Do you not doubt that someone would copy & paste a French phrase and post it to HUKD comments asking 'do you know what this means', when a) it's obvious what it means given the context and b) google translate exists & happens automatically with a Google search which is far quicker and easier than posting it to HUKD & waiting for a reply.Story doesn't check out in my books seems a bit trollish but luckily I don't care enough to quiz them (y)Came back to check for mass cancellations & seems it happened. Oh well. See you all at the next price glitch thread



They copied it a few times. Just so people would notice. I am not going to argue with them.
rev64 h, 21 m ago

I'm not doubting it I was just pointing it out


Do you not doubt that someone would copy & paste a French phrase and post it to HUKD comments asking 'do you know what this means', when a) it's obvious what it means given the context and b) google translate exists & happens automatically with a Google search which is far quicker and easier than posting it to HUKD & waiting for a reply.
Story doesn't check out in my books seems a bit trollish but luckily I don't care enough to quiz them

Came back to check for mass cancellations & seems it happened. Oh well. See you all at the next price glitch thread
tempt14 m ago

That’s estimated delvery date and mine was sent from Fife which explains w …That’s estimated delvery date and mine was sent from Fife which explains why it turned up ahead of their estimate.



I'm not doubting it I was just pointing it out
INNO3D Twin X2 GeForce GTX 1080 8GB - £449.97 @ Laptops Direct
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Cheapest deal I can find for a 1080, it is quite a basic edition but reviews seem good. Don't forget Quidco at 1.7% too.
Dont go near Laptops Direct. Their web site shows availability and they take your money and they dont deliver, so to avoid this I called them up last week. Spoke through what cards and motherboards they had coming in (as hardly had nay stock) was told that GPUs and MB and PSUs were coming in at the weekend and I would get delivery Tuesday. They took £3.5k straight away. Called up Monday making sure delivery was still Ok for Tuesday "Not sure whats gone on over the weekend but the GPU/MB/PSU are showing lead times of 2 months and the PSU now cancelled off our web site"

Only deal with companies that physically have the stock.
montana784th Jan

[Image] beautiful


Underwhelming performance gain over 1080Ti though despite the £3k price!
chaank24 m ago

Been there done that, their staff are either clueless, ignorant, or both, …Been there done that, their staff are either clueless, ignorant, or both, such a painful process when things go wrong.I you haven't read this already, you might find it helpful: ''Assassins Creed Origins Promotional PDF'' If you experience a technical problem or do not receive a confirmation email Ubisoft within seven (7) days of making a Claim, please contact Ubisoft Technical Support at https://support.ubi.com (in regards to the confirmation email, within thirty (30) days of submitting your Claim). 13. If a Claim is deemed to have not been submitted correctly, you will be notified via email and offered the opportunity to provide the required information within seven (7) days. If no response is received within seven (7) days of the email, then the Claim shall be marked as invalid and you will no longer be eligible to receive a Reward Code. 14. Claims that are incomplete or damaged will be deemed invalid. No responsibility is accepted by the Promoter for lost, delayed or damaged data which occurs during any communication or transmission of Claims. 15. The Promoter reserves the right at its absolute discretion to disqualify Claims which it considers do not comply with these Terms and Conditions. 16. Purchase of a Promotion Product after the expiry of the Promotion Period will not be eligible for this Promotion. Any Reward Code activated after the expiry of the Redemption Period will not be accepted. 17. If you return your Promotion Product after submitting a Claim, your Claim will be invalid. You must immediately cancel the Claim by contacting the relevant Participating Retailer with your Reward Code. The Promoter reserves the right to check with any Participating Retailer whether a Promotion Product has been returned and, by submitting a Claim, you provide consent for the Promoter to do so.I would contact: ''Ubisoft Technical Support'', i'm sure they'll be more professional. Good Luck. Regards.


Yeah that won't work unfortunately as I don't have the access code (which is what PC World give you) to get to the claim. I will be contacting Samsung next, its their promotion
bobbler4th Jan

Same can be said of any retailer though to be honest.I am still waiting on …Same can be said of any retailer though to be honest.I am still waiting on my Assassins Creed Origins codes from PC World, since October 30th. Have emailed them, gone back to the store, talked to their online team via Facebook and finally sent them a letter.Got a call 27th Dec saying the code would be with me within 2 hours, never came.



Been there done that, their staff are either clueless, ignorant, or both, such a painful process when things go wrong.

I you haven't read this already, you might find it helpful: ''Assassins Creed Origins Promotional PDF''

If you experience a technical problem or do not receive a confirmation email Ubisoft within seven (7) days of making a Claim, please contact Ubisoft Technical Support at support.ubi.com (in regards to the confirmation email, within thirty (30) days of submitting your Claim).
13. If a Claim is deemed to have not been submitted correctly, you will be notified via email and offered the opportunity to provide the required information within seven (7) days. If no response is received within seven (7) days of the email, then the Claim shall be marked as invalid and you will no longer be eligible to receive a Reward Code.
14. Claims that are incomplete or damaged will be deemed invalid. No responsibility is accepted by the Promoter for lost, delayed or damaged data which occurs during any communication or transmission of Claims.
15. The Promoter reserves the right at its absolute discretion to disqualify Claims which it considers do not comply with these Terms and Conditions.
16. Purchase of a Promotion Product after the expiry of the Promotion Period will not be eligible for this Promotion. Any Reward Code activated after the expiry of the Redemption Period will not be accepted.
17. If you return your Promotion Product after submitting a Claim, your Claim will be invalid. You must immediately cancel the Claim by contacting the relevant Participating Retailer with your Reward Code. The Promoter reserves the right to check with any Participating Retailer whether a Promotion Product has been returned and, by submitting a Claim, you provide consent for the Promoter to do so.

I would contact: ''Ubisoft Technical Support'', i'm sure they'll be more professional. Good Luck.


Regards.
Edited by: "chaank" 5th Jan
"No longer available". Did anyone get it?
Philips 40PFH4200 40 -inch LCD 1080 pixels 100 Hz TV  3D Compatible £199.00 @ Amazon
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Not the best TV in the market but at this price I think it’s bargain. Ultra Slim lines for a refined profile 1920 x 1080 pixels 3D compatibility Full HD
RUSSETTS17 h, 49 m ago

Out of Stock



I have just cancelled mine. It might show up shortly if someone is still interested...
1 left for the next hour - must have been an order cancelled or something.
No more left
HP OMEN 15-ce004na Laptop, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD , NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050, 15.6”, Shadow Black, 1080p screen, with HP mixed reality headset for £699.95 at John Lewis
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Someone originally posted this deal for the bigger version here: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-omen-17-an013na-laptop-intel-core-i7-7700hq-8gb-1tb-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1060-6g… Read more
Hi all, a little unusual but does anybody have a seriial number for the HP reality headset that they could PM me? It's for nothing sinister other than the cashback process through HP requires a serial number, and I've sole mine without taking note of it! (yes, not very bright). Either way I'd be grateful if somebody could give me the format so I can fill in their forms, thanks all happy gaming!
Original Poster
Update: I've been able to overclock the monitor up to 108hz! Makes things smoother, nice when gaming. Very cool! Apparently no frame skipping from UFO test, and I haven't noticed any bad effects. Might reduce battery life.

If anyone wants to give it a try, use CRU and add 108hz (or your desired rate) as a "manual - LCD reduced" timings refresh rate (or up to 96hz with native timings). Might be possible to go up to 110hz orhigher with manual timings but I haven't tried. Restart, and right click on desktop. Go in Intel graphics settings, display, and choose the new refresh rate. Got the idea from this thread:

forum.notebookreview.com/thr…67/
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Received the laptop today - so far just played some Overwatch and it played flawlessly! Really happy to have got a gaming laptop for this price, and accidental damage cover for peace of mind.
Does anyone know how long these two deals will be available for?
Was going to post this deal today but you've beat me to it.

Just wondering if anyone thought it was a good deal if you can sell the VR for around the £200 mark?

I'm not a massive gamer so I don't need massive spec. Hoping the 1050 and i5 would be plenty for me.
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