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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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GeForce GTX 1080 Super Jetstream 8192MB GDDR5X PCI-Express Graphics Card £509.99 @ OverclockersUK
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
The revolutionary Palit JetStream? series of graphics cards features advanced innovative cooling and an optimized product design to deliver the ultimate gaming performance. A… Read more
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Agree with pretty much every point raised in the discussion. The only reason I am still gaming on PC is for the higher frame rates but with PC gaming costs rising and Console cost decreasing, it's harder to justify paying the premium. Graphics have improved so much that the difference between the two are narrower than it's ever been, looking at comparison videos between console and pc graphics it's not night and day like it used to be. There becomes a point where you're engrossed in the gameplay that you don't even notice the minor differences (I know I don't). PC still has a sector that it dominates: VR. PSVR doesn't even come close to what the Vive & Oculus can offer and the momentum is there to keep it pushing forward. I love my Oculus but it really needs higher resolutions along with beefier cards to drive it and when they do arrive I'll be picking them up. From this mining craze, I'm most dissapointed with the retailers cashing in on the GPU shortage though. Gouging the enthusiasts that have supported them for so many years when nvidia themselves are selling at msrp has left a bad taste in my mouth. Fortunately I already upgraded to 1080Ti before the mining craze but if any of these price hikes put people off pc gaming I wouldn't blame them.


Yep, agreed. They're essentially pricing their own customers out of the hobby. Once all the muppets stop mining, there will be a much smaller customer base. If it carries on like this we'll see the decline of PC outlets like Overclockers, Scan etc. I disagree about framerates - The difference between my 60Hz display and my 2 165Hz ones is phenomenal. It's really something when you get a full lockout of 165Hz, especially with GSync.


I think this is not the case, unfortunately. I'm a member of a large gaming forum that regularly features threads on new graphics cards etc. In these, I always see posts from members along the lines of 'hope I have a job in the summer to afford this (premium graphics card)' or 'I've been saving up for months/years to upgrade to this (premium graphics cards).' Nvidia have got people by the knackers with their marketing, making it seem as though these expensive toys are an absolute must.


It's true, 'premium' graphics cards (which really starts from anything above a 1060 now because of Nvidia's continual price hikes) are essentially a massive con if higher framerates than 60fps and/or 4K resolution are things you can live without. I can. And the later you can get with a £260 PS4 Pro for all intents and purposes with that console's 4k checkerboard upscaler. I'd challenge anyone to notice the difference from sitting distance. The problem is, AAA PC games are tethered by the specs of the weakest console out there (Xbox One), so mostly everything is built from the ground up with the lowest common denominator specs-wise in mind. Those PC games that are PC-exclusive are not given the budget or time to offer boundary pushing graphics either. What I'm trying to say is that its absurd Nvidia charging £500+ for graphics cards that essentially are used to power games that can run with good settings on much cheaper hardware. You are now, more than ever, paying a monumental premium to enjoy a tiny improvement in visuals. Subjective opinion of course, but framerates above 60fps I don't notice nearly enough to justify a few hundred pounds more of GPU power. 60fps is perfect for me.


Lol normally this isn't an 'either or' situation and let's be honest if you have £500 spare for a graphics card you don't tend to be short short on money

GTX 1080 FE In Stock £529 @ Nvidia
Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
Hi, I have been looking out for a 1070 at MSRP from Nvidia and noticed the 1080's are in stock if that is of interest to anyone!
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Can't see anything about warranty 9n those cards ? If it's just 2 years, then resale value is rubbish. Mat as well get a second hand asus or any other strong brand still under warranty.


It's night and day between the 970 and the 1080. Feels like double the framerate. I made the move almost two years ago, never looked back.


Dont buy Nvidia, else u will be supporting thier EVIL GPP program.


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If you want 144hz then I think an upgrade is needed

Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 1080 Graphics Cards £557.40 @ Amazon Dispatched and sold by Scan Computers Intl Ltd
Found 14th AprFound 14th Apr
Another very reasonable price for a 1080.
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PC Master Race can chirp on all they want about how good their specs are, a console at £350 vs a decent rig well in excess of £1000. Can't beleive how expensive PC tech is these days.


Any good for playing Fallout A post nuclear role playing game?


Seen these in the last couple of weeks for around £520-530, soooo yeah... Just hang on a little, or buy a used EVGA card for the warranty.


There's comparable offers out there if you look for them. Same card (I think) for £549 Slightly faster card for £562


Expect better taste and quicker to heat when Beans Pascal comes out.

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Asus Strix GeForce STRIX-GTX1080 £569.47 @ Amazon
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Reasonable price for a 1080, especially a STRIX edition.
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To be honest all I play atm is PUBG so perhaps not worth it. Would also need to shift the 1070 for a reasonable fee to make the jump.


A significant amount, but not entirely bang for the buck. If there's any possibility you could hold out for a 1080ti, it's probably best to wait for that... Or even the 1180ti (cheeky). I think I may be on the same boat as you, currently have a 1070 but have been eyeing the 1080/1080ti's performance for future proofing of 1080p gaming, casual 1440p gaming or future 4k gaming haha. God willing bitcoins crash into an oblivion and helps us out!


How much of an improvement is this on the MSI GTX 1070?


not being sold by Amazon now


Seems like GPU is finally starting to go back to normal price *tear in the eye now if only Ram is going back down in price

LG 34UM68 34-Inch Ultrawide Height Adjustable IPS Monitor (2560 x 1080, HDMI, DisplayPort, 300 cd/m2, 5ms, AMD Freesync), £306.05 at amazon
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
Lowest price so far from amazon, might help someone. 21:9 UltraWide FHD (2560 x 1080) display offers visual comfort and ensures your ideal viewing pleasure AMD Freesync offers h… Read more

I use a 34" 21:9 @ 2560x1080 and really have no issue with the PPI. If you are a pixel snob you may see it but during motion and in games etc the quality is great.


Stretched? What? :/


I use a dell U3415W which is 3440x1440. I agree that 2560x1080 could look stretched at 34". Best look at some video reviews before buying.


I've had the 29" for about 2 years. No problems at all, great picture quality. Used for PC gaming and design.


I bought the 29" last year and I'm very impressed... now considering upgrading to the 34"! EDIT: Top tip: Putting your Windows taskbar on the left or right, rather than default bottom, gives a lot more real estate.

B-Grade GTX 1080 graphics cards Fresh Stock from £389 @ overclockers (+£10 post).
Found 10th AprFound 10th Apr

Don't buy any B-Grade GPU's from Overclockers. They're usually game of Russian Roulette on weather they die or not. Even if the card is still within the manufacturers warranty, they will not honour any RMA's, probably because they know the card has been voided in some form or another. B-grade on other components not as bad, but GPUs are a no no.




Hi, I've had a tidy and removed some off topic / argumentative comments. Please keep the discussion friendly.


That's not a bad analogy, except that the wear on a car driving endlessly, 24/7 on the motorway will *absolutely* be worse than only occasionally driving in the city. People have got this weird idea that motorway driving means *no* wear and tear, when it just means somewhat less. Same with GPU's. Even undervolted, these cards are still pushing higher levels of heat and stress than idle, much less off completely, all day everyday. That *will* create wear and tear on the components. Not to say that buying a mining card is bad - frankly any GPU is well capable of lasting many years outside of bad luck, but I'm just a bit annoyed I keep seeing people saying this whole 'mining is better for wear than gaming' nonsense.


Yep, 980tis look the best price right now. I'm also looking for one right now.

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Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Dual 8gb GDDR5X PCI-Express Graphics Card - £499.99 - Overclockers
Found 8th AprFound 8th Apr
Pretty good price for a 1080 right now. Details; GeForce GTX 1080 Dual 8192MB GDDR5X PCI-Express Graphics Card NVIDIA’s flagship GeForce® GTX 1080 is the most advanced gaming GP… Read more

Back @ £499.99 if anyone is still interested.


Overclockers have just put the price back to £529.99 :(


The next banking crisis is just round the corner, probably Oct/Nov. Watch the bond market.


Hello, can someone that has one of these tell me what the max power limit is in something like MSI Afterburner? And I would generally be interested in knowing people's overclocking results. Thanks.


This is good news. If the prices continue dropping humanity might be able to afford to do some machine learning again.

ASUS ROG Strix i7-7700 32gb 256GB SSD GTX1080 - £1409 @ Debenhams Plus
Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
Good price for gaming desktop of this calibre. Additional slots for 2extra SSDs and for liquid cooling. Intel Core i7 7700 ProcessorGeForce GTX 1080 Graphics card32 GB RAM256 GB … Read more
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Star Citizen is a mess It's unoptimized Even if it does use 11gb which is shouldn't You would still have 5gb left of ram, you don't need that much for background Most games only use 5gbs of ram or less for gaming You need 16gb at most currently unless you are using a multi monitor setup and need to use multiple heavy task programs at once


You don’t, but clearly others do, as they’ll be doing more demanding things than you do. When I play Star Citizen, that alone eats around 11GB, then there’s other programs and such I’ll be using, a reason I myself am planning to jump to 32GB.


Nice enough bit of kit ....until the next big thing comes along! XD Heat added.


Yeah my 1080ti struggles to hit 100fps in Minecraft at 720p. Shocking really all things considered.


More like 1440p 60 Hz not worth it. My 1080 Ti struggles to consistently hit 100 fps @ 1440p with max details.

Sony Xperia XZ2, 32GB 4G data, unlimited minutes, unlimited texts for £45 a month / 24 months £1080 with no upfront cost with Vodafone @ fonehouse
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
Seems to be the best deal available- wondering to choose between this deal and the Huawei P20 Pro deal. Same deal and price, I've looked on all the other sites and can't find a bet… Read more
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I'm selling my Sony zx2 of anyone interested


1st time user.....Called through to Vfone to cancel current contract and was offered the P20 Pro on 8GB Red Entertainment for £32.90 + £67 upfront (total £856.60) 24 months - includes Spotify (£10pm) so for me is a super deal. Shame i've just missed out on the headphones offer with this.

Asus GTX 1080 8GB ROG Graphics Card £599 plus £5.48 postage @ Scan
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
This'll probably get voted cold for obvious reasons. But, these currently sell for around £520-£540 on eBay, used. This is new and with 3 year warranty. Personally, I thought it wo… Read more

Also seeing used 1080s trickle onto eBay now for around 400


The £450 Gigabyte 1070ti on offer currently is WAAAAY better value than this, with 95% of the performance at 75% of the cost. Also, at over £600 I'd be looking for a 1080ti, given there was one for £680 yesterday, and direct from Nvidia Founders Edition models at that same price fairly regularly now. The 1080 is solid at around £500, slightly more for a higher end model. The performance jump to a 1080ti becomes far better value at anything £600 or higher. That's why this is cold.


​ ah yes, the palit. I was looking at those but I've got an Asus mobo and rgb trident ram, the Asus 1080 was the way to go for me, but yeah, cost wise and if you're not bothered by looks, the palit is cheapest non-blower.


Overclockers and CCOnline both have a Pailt dual fan, non-reference card for about £505 - £510. In stock. I think someone else suggested this earlier.


Not much available for under £500 and this card is excellent. Good deal and a good price.

Huawei P20 Pro, 32GB 4G data, unlimited minutes, unlimited texts for £45 a month / 24 months £1080 with no upfront cost with Vodafone  @ fonehouse
Found 4th AprFound 4th Apr
Found this online, looks like to be the best deal. Especially if you want to take advantage of the £329 Bose headphones which seems like a steal. Works out to be £1,080 over 2 yea… Read more
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You sure you got spotify on that? I thought they only did 8gb or 32gb entertainment tariff


I had similar issues...they just kept quoting advertised price...then managed to get £41 per month with no upfront.


I got p20 pro from Vodafone 16gb data unlimited minutes/texts Spotify or one of the others £11 upfront £37 a month. Free headphones Does me smashing deal i believe. Whens everybodys coming? i've had a text saying delays(annoyed)


I just called Vodafone and managed to get them to offer: P20 Pro - £49 Up front. Contract - 24 months, Unlimited call/text, 32GB 4G Data, Including 24 months of Spotify/Sky Sports etc Cost - £44.25 Total Cost: £1111 NB: Ordering before 6th April means you get the Bose headphones. My plan: Sell Bose Headphones - £240ish (using the next £1 FVF offer) Sell P20 Pro - £680ish (using the next £1 FVF offer) £1111 - £680 - £240 = £191 £191 / 24 = £7.95 actual monthly cost for 32GB + Spotify Right now on SIMO, I'm paying £21 for 20GB including Spotify, so more than halves my cost.


I actually called them on Tuesday night and spoke to a guy who had no fight in him when I told him the deal I found on told me he couldn't match it so I asked for my PAC which he did. Then EE called me today with the deal I got. So maybe try asking for a PAC and leave it for a day.

Samsung LC24FG73FQUXEN 24-Inch FHD 1920 x 1080 Curved Gaming Monitor - £199.99 @ Amazon
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
Adjustable Display Refresh Rate: Change the screen refresh rate. A higher refresh rate can reduce eye strain.DisplayPort : 60 Hz/100 Hz /120 Hz/144 Hz HDMI1, HDMI2 : 60 Hz /100 Hz… Read more

The panel from S25HG50 is TN panel made by AU Optronics. The C24fg73 panel manufactured by Samsung

callofdute1 I bought this one is this better?




Vesa too?

GeForce GTX 1070 and 1080 graphics cards currently available from NVIDIA! £379 and £519 respectively
Found 26th MarFound 26th Mar
Get in quick before they're gone! * Just an FYI, for some reason using Chrome wouldn't show any 'in stock' for me. Switched to Edge and successfully placed an order for my new 107… Read more

A 1070 for £380? How the heck is this a "deal"? The graphic card market is super messed up right now and this site is about "hot" "deals". In no way is this a hot deal. Cold, cold, cold. People should not be buying graphic cards unless they are really desperate.


I was half expecting this after seeing some videos on YouTube! Doesn't seem it'd be too much of hassle to change, but then again, I haven't changed a PSU before. As long as the replacement PSU comes with enough cables, it should be enough to replace like for like. Thanks for the heads up.


I don't really think I'm that heavy a user to take advantage of K CPUs in all honesty so I don't mind the locked processor. I can always upgrade a few years down the line when the time to update comes I suppose. You're right, I'd love to build my own rig and customise it to exactly how I want it. It's just that the build itself seems to amount to a decent value compared to the current market of RAM/GPU even if the PSU is sub-standard. I'll have until mid-April to return it once it arrives so I'll keep an eye out on the parts market!


I replaced the PSU in my Aurora R4 after it went pop. What a painful experience! There is a very bespoke wiring "loom" with a single connection to the PSU. Replacing the PSU was easy; removing the existing loom and rewiring - nightmare!


Indeed, that's because the single card will be smoother.

MSI GTX 1080 SEA HAWK EK - from £523.61 @ Amazon Warehouse (Used)
Found 26th MarFound 26th Mar
Sea Hawk EK - 523 (Good) Sea Hawk EK - 553 (Very Good) Sea Hawk X - 512 (Very good) Decent price if you consider it comes with a waterblock that usually retails for over £100, The … Read more

£505 at ;)


That seahwak X would have been a bargain, especially with the 20%, which can sometimes be applied via chat, sadly now just the ek left, which is useless to the majority that don't have a full water cooling loop :(


Seahawk X Link:

MSI GTX 1080 SEA HAWK EK - £571 @Amazon Warehouse (Used - Like New)
Found 24th MarFound 24th Mar
Decent price if you consider it comes with a waterblock that usually retails for over £100 Prime and fulfilled by Amazon

2 years with Amazon.


What warranty would this come with?


Brings it down to under £460 but wouldn't it be a risky purchase. What are MSI like for warranty if it has already been registered


Get on the chat with support and they'll take 20% off once you place order


Notice how that is not in the 20% off section!!! (y)

24 inch AOC M2470SWH Full HD 1080p, 2X HDMI, VESA, Built in Speakers. £88.99 (CCL eBay)
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
1920 x 1080 Full HD Resolution Fast 5ms Response Time 250cd/m2 Brightness Built-in Speakers VESA Mount Support Inputs: VGA and 2X HDMI

Hell yeah buddy, I use these for my kodi and movie/series experience. I never said they are bad, I thought I should make it clear for others what they are buying.


Dim monitors are calm and build is alright


It’s £88, what are you expecting? Picture quality is alright 6/10, build quality 4/10, connectivity 8/10. Picture quality would have been 7/10 if the monitor wasn’t so dim but then again that matters for gaming, this isn’t for gaming.


Actually 24” or some dodgy 23.6”?


Nice price, especially so due to the dual HDMI...:shove on a kodi box or fire stick and you have a nice tv...great also for a office monitor, toggle quickly between your desktop machine and a laptop! Heat...

INNO3D Twin X2 GeForce GTX 1080 8GB GDDR5X Graphics Card - £549.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Found this today been looking for a 1080 at a reasonable price, hopefully will be decent for others.

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Just add extra 50 quid and get gigabyte g1 gaming 1080. Got mine for only 599.00 Overclockers


More importantly, cryptocurrency values are continuing to fall.


They sent an email stating that they wont be getting more stock


my exact thought on seeing it, not amazing but considering the current market really good find :D

Zotac GeForce GTX 1080 Mini Edition 8GB £529.94 @ AWD-IT (£502.14 with TCB)
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Shows 7 in stock so be quick. Possibly £502.14 with 5.25% cashback from TopCashback.
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Zotac 1080 mini does NOT have idle fan off. Nuff said.


If this was a Ferrari, I would be seriously thinkign about it.


If you have limited space and budget and dont mind x2 louder fans, why not. Or add £20 and get this one.


Grabbed it, reviews seem to suggest the difference between this and full size are negligible and this is just inside my price range. Was going to grab a 1070 via a family member in the states but this beats waiting and possible warranty arse-ache. Got £18 cashback with too. Thanks very much OP!


I bought this for £480 at Xmas there, i might just throw it up on ebay and stick my 970 back in as i am not really doing anything that requires these cards at this time and i have a bit of buyers remorse, and the XBX is doing all my 4k gaming for the time being. ;)

LG 25UM58 25 inch Ultrawide IPS Monitor (2560 x 1080, HDMI) - Used - Like New (£118.18 - Amazon Warehouse)
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
Discount applied at Checkout Also £114.48 used (very good) - plenty in stock.
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That's actually amazing haha! Well done (y)


Got mine Tuesday, arrived in great condition but no HDMI cable as promised, told Amazon and they have me a 30% refund which I didn't expect. wow!


i got this yesterday. same price! ordered Monday, paid £114.48! Said item was used and been open but was still in original sealed packaging. very happy with amazon.


Many thanks! And Amazon are b@$t@rds!


It looks like they've narrowed down what the 20% off applies to now - 'Amazon Warehouse Deals' only i.e. not applicable to all used items.

GTX 1080 for ~£452 (inc del) - Founders edition - Currently Out of Stock. - Amazon Germany
Found 16th MarFound 16th Mar
I know it's only the founders edition, but it's still a 1080, and it's £452. If you don't plan on overclocking (which you'd probably be able to do anyway) then quids in. Out of… Read more

any updates?


Really hoping they honour this. I managed to order at £440 using the Amazon currency converter, which seems a good £100 less than the typical price for them. If I get a good price for my 1060 this could be a cheap but big upgrade (excited) Very intrigued about the possibility of sticking an AIO watercooler on for way better cooling and overclocking potential too, though not sure if I could bring myself to tinker with a £440 card, especially since it would almost certainly instantly void the warranty?


looks that way, glad I put an order in, actually prefer Founders edition easier to watercool


"There are currently no listings for this product." Promising for earlier orders?


Yeah, I made the mistake of selling mine last year when Amazon had a 1080ti FE for a decent price (that was also an EVGA FE card funnily enough...) After a few months of chasing every other day I just gave up. With a deal like this only sell your current card when this arrives.

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