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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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EVGA bundles. GTX 1080 FTW2 & SuperNOVA 650 G3 + Powerlink at EVGA for £484.62
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EVGA have some pretty good bundle offers on at the moment. Clearing stock for the impending RTX launch on Monday. For example you can get the GTX1080 FTW2 with a G3 650 superNOVA… Read more
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I don't know you, changed your mind. But we don't know the price yet anyway only for the Founders Edition prices have been announced which always command a premium. I'm still sticking with my initial estimate. TBH I think many gamers will be disappointed with the performance uplift over Pascal cards and won't update their cards and wait for the 7nm refresh next year. I certainly won't be updating.


Um....the GTX 2070 looks like it will retail for around £550, and will likely give you around the same performance as the 1080, you paying £65+ less and getting a £100 PSU with this. So not sure if you are joking or not, because the new cards not being at a good price is the one thing most posts I've seen about the new cards seem to agree on.


Such a good price!? Go look on the Nvidia website: Founders edition 2070 is listed at £569. So I don't know how you can say that's cheaper. Scan has AIB 2080 cards listed at over 1K. So you know an after market 2070 is going to be easily over £600. Also, there was no mention of raw performance of FPS Vs the current gen so, ray-tracing aside, we're still to see how much more powerful they actually are.


Cheaper? Have you seen them for sale anywhere? I've only seen 2080's and 2080ti's seeing as $699 and $999 have translated to over £700 and £1000 it seems unlikely the 2070 will be less than £500 whenever they become available.


And with the new cards out at such a good price this is now the worst deal ever! do not waste your money om a 1080 when the 2070 is cheaper still and way more powerful.

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB SC Black Edition iCX Cooling (£635.47 inc delivery) @ Scan
Found 17th AugFound 17th Aug
Cheapest price I have seen so far for a GTX 1080Ti graphics card.

I won't be ordering until I've seen real world performance and not a tech demo of BF5 which was quite disappointing. Definitely haven't seen anything to warrant £1100 yet. If it's double performance I'll buy one.


I've already pre-ordered, what's your point?


Only £1099 for the new one. Grab two (lol)


Speak for yourself


Everyone's expecting the new cards in a week Everyone's going to be disappointed

EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 GAMING, 11GB GDDR5X, iCX Technology £649.99 @ Amazon
Found 17th AugFound 17th Aug
Cheapest price I have seen so far for a GTX 1080Ti card.

They're definitely coming, they've even released teaser trailers for them.


Everyone expects it But they might be disappointed. Nvidia has no good reasons not to continue selling 10 series cards since they have no competition at all, aside from the mining market AMD has


Lol I think you mistook this for the 1080


I've waited this long, might as well wait for the new tech coming, these should be around 400 by now.



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MSI GTX 1080 ARMOR OC 8GB GDDR5X Graphics Card - £429.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 17th AugFound 17th Aug
The price just keeps falling for this graphics card :)

I... wish... I... hadn't... resisted... Nvidia... wtf???


not a great cooler on these Armor versions. Great price though


Previous gen cards have always been sold off cheaper to clear stock. The 1080 was released in May / June 2016 and if you check the search engine on this site, 980Ti's were clearanced for about £350 between June and October of that year


A 1080 hit £380 yesterday if you used the 15% code yesterday.


Then you'll go

MSI GTX1080 Armor 8GB - £439.97 @ Ebuyer
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Ohh, I'm sure he's serious. Some people are just delusional by nature.


I've returned my 1060 and got 780 for cheap instead. Will use it for a couple months until the prices of 10 series goes down by a bit more and will get myself a 1080ti. Sound plan.


I'm not even sure if he's serious. A brand new Golf Vs a 100k mile Audi...


That's a really unfair comparison, this is for a new card not a secound hand one that has most likely been running 24hours a day at max load for god knows how long.


Voted cold simply because it is possible to get a used 1080 Ti for ~£450 if you put in an offer to a miner on eBay, as I and others have done. Miners are panic selling, while I expect the aftermarket GTX 1170s to be about £550 new (and likely similar performance to a 1080Ti based on the transitions 7XX to 9XX to 10XX).

MSI NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 8GB £454.99 @ Scan
Found 7th AugFound 7th Aug
May be a worthwhile deal for those who don't want to wait for the new cards

Inside source says 1180 only be 30% stronger than 1180 meaning its pointless to go for new gpu which will cost double when you can go 1080 ti as its about 25% over 1080


It's more that the pricing and seeming desperation to sell, does tally with those supposed leaked reports about Nvidia overstock issues and then wanting to sort it before dropping 11xx. It just feels like a time where buying a 1080 is fraught with risk. I'm in the market for one, but I've lasted this long now that I'll only be annoyed if the 11s are absolute dynamite or the 1080 price drops off a cliff.


When Bestbuy was around in the UK the prices were at Currys levels or higher so I doubt we would have seen those prices regardless.


Its just the Gaming version, they also have the Gamin X version for alot more The only difference is a slight clock boost and can push a bit further with its built in OC mode. There is also a Gaming X + but I don't think that is available anymore.


I know it's not an apples for apples comparison, but Best Buy in America were doing weekend specials, selling 1080s below $400 a couple of days ago. It may never manifest here (doesn't help we don't have Best Buy obviously) but it may at least be indicative of where the prices with the 1080s are going sooner rather than later with the major retailers.

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Stormforce Inferno Desktop Gaming PC - 1800X / 3TB HDD / 16GB RAM /512GB SSD / GTX 1080 8GB £1359.99 **NOW £1299.99** @ Box
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**Now dropped to £1299.99 14/08/18 Nice set up for those that don't fancy attempting a build themselves, plenty of storage with a 3TB HDD and a 512GB SSD. I quite like the case… Read more

No they dont. The 2 140mm fans were mounted on the case. not the CPU cooler. Its still semi passive


They only use active cooling so they can compare it with rest of cases. The problem is with cold air intake in all these tempered glass cases, especially the ones that only have small gaps on top or bottom at the fron panel. Have done countless builds and 2 still in use at home, they are pleased to look at but thermal performance is way off, especially at longer gaming sessions or heavy workloads. Unless you have some performance fans at front running at 12v and same for exhaust to maintain acceptable air movement inside the case, but still not gona be enough. Once you take off that glass panel only then everything runs as is should and thermals are in acceptable range.


I did actually If you read my post correctly. I linked it and I mentioned that they were running the system in a semi passive configuration which is why i said it skews the tests because no average consumer will ever run their systems with a passive heat sink on the CPU the same way that techspot have it. I dont know why techspot have choose to run their tests that way. but it doesnt reflect how probably 99% of people will be using it. This stormforce build comes with an ACTIVE cooling setup. It has an AMD Wraith cooler and because of this, it already performs better then the passive Megelahems cooler. Do you not understand? For most people they will be using an AIO or a heatsink+fan setup. Hardly anyone will build their system to be a semi-passive PC like how Techspot build theirs for testing. Its Like people that say that the MMR vaccine causes Autism. There is no proof that it causes Autism for 99% of people but there are some people like to believe that it does even if there isnt any solid evidence to support their claims. On one hand you have 1 website with questionable sources and no solid information while on the other hand you have 30 or 40 websites that are backed up by scientific research to say that it doesnt cause Autism. That 1 website doesnt represent the other 30 and its the same case here. The CPU is running hot because they have built the test machine into a semi passive state. Even if Bit-tech only tests for 15mins. The parts that they use still represent probably 90% of the people out who run their PC in the same configuration or use the same parts etc etc. Bit-tech also use the Gelid Rev. 3 Tranquillo CPU cooler and that has a 120mm fan on it Thus cooling is better.


Bit-tech only run their thermal test for 15min, normally temperature raises after longer session while gaming or doing any other heavy workloads. you didn't read all techspot review as seems like you have missed the important bit . To ensure accurate thermal results, we installed the same hardware in each case in virtually the same way. Components included the Asrock Fatal1ty 990FX Professional, Phenom II X6 1100T, Prolimatech Megahalems in passive mode (i.e. no fan actively dispelling heat), Inno3D GeForce GTX 580 OC, as many Western Digital Scorpio Blue 500GB hard drives as we can install, and OCZ's ZX 1000w power supply. As we suspected, the In Win 805 doesn't perform that well out of the box, allowing our CPU to reach 94 degrees and the GPU 86 degrees. These temperatures match the Cooler Master Storm Scout 2, which also only comes with a single 120mm exhaust fan, though the Scout 2 is heavily ventilated. The In Win 805 simply looks too good to leave it at that, so we installed a pair of front mounted 140mm intake fans. These results can't really be compared with the other cases as they were all tested in their stock configuration. That said, it does give a good idea of how much better the 805 will perform with what we can only imagine will be a typical setup for most users. The intake fans moved much more cool air through the 805 and as a result the CPU temperature dropped by 22 degrees, while the GPU ran 8 degrees cooler. Keep in mind that the CPU heatsink is passively cooled which is why the extra airflow really helped improve performance. After 2x140mm fan cpu still over 72c and gpu near 80c, let it run like that for more then hour, and there will be few more c on top.


Which reviews did you read?? Here the ones i read though only two of them included thermal tests. Guru3D gave it their stamp of recommendation -- No thermal tests Bit-tech gave it their Exceptional Award -- They even include Thermal tests which can be found here TweakTown gave it their Editors Choice Award -- It scored 96/100 -- No Thermal Tests Techspot gave it 85/100 -- Includes Thermal tests -- It puts it around the same performance of a Coolermaster HAF X which is designed from the ground up for air cooling -- What skews the test in a big way is they were a Prolimatech Megahalems cooler without any fans so it was running in passive mode and it still wasnt far off the CoolerMaster HAF X when two 140mm fans were installed on the case -- the AMD 580 card also runs very very hot. But if you read the conclusion it says: "Although it's incredibly difficult to photograph, the In Win 805 is a spectacularly good looking computer case -- certainly one of the best looking sub-$200 models we've reviewed. With two tempered glass side panels, this model was clearly designed for those who want to show off their hardware and their cable routing skills. The 805 might not be the best computer case when it comes to thermal performance, but with a 240/280mm radiator mounted in the front we were able to run our Intel Core i7-6700K processor at 4.8GHz while keeping temperatures in check. Users could also look at mounting a 120mm radiator in the back for additional GPU/CPU cooling as well. Considering its cooling capabilities, the 805 also isn't the best choice for more than two GPUs, though you can technically install four dual-slot cards. The idea of being limited to dual-GPUs shouldn't scare most potential buyers and we figure most folks eyeing three or four GPUs will look at spending more than $200 their computer case. The 805 will be more than sufficient for anyone looking to install a current-generation Intel or AMD processor alongside a single high-end graphics card such as the GeForce GTX 980 Ti." ------------------------------------- I believe cooling is hampered by its smaller form factor. Not because its a tempered glass case. The Bit-Tech review is a lot closer to how the average user would build their system compared to the Techspot review. and it scored not far off a Cooler Master MasterCase Pro 5 in CPU temps and middle of the pack in GPU temps.... 53'c for a 980Ti isnt hot nor boiling.

Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 1080 GDDR5 8GB OC £446.26 @
Found 19th JulFound 19th Jul
Cheapest i've seen for a gtx 1080 graphics card from Gigabyte.

And there we go, the leaks are out: Looks like next month for the 1180.


Yes, yearly revenue for NVIDIA have always been black, but 'keeping it in the black' is just a term for 'making money'.


Nvidia have always been in the black. They even ramped up production of the 10XX series last year (albeit overestimating mining demand for Q1 and Q2 2018) which is what partly resulted in the 300K OEM stock being returned.


Oh, you mean the guy who wants to sell the 300k in stock? Sure, he'll say that to keep the next couple months in the black.


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MSI GTX 1080 GAMING X 8GB GDDRX Graphics Card £479.98 inc Delivery @ Ebuyer
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
A bit more pricey than some 1080s we have seen but this is normally floating above £500
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i see it at £299 Black Friday Event


Hopefully for me it will only be 320, I plan on selling my GTX 970 for 150ish :o


i am a poor man i want to buy this with 300


gu2gan: not for this model imho, i reckon the MSI Gaming variations have one of the best cooling of them all.

INNO3D Twin X2 GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB GDDR5 Graphics Card £639.97 Laptops Direct
Found 12th JulFound 12th Jul
Really good reviews. It is a quiet card and keeps cool. Specs below:
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Yup as said above it will be voted cold because 1180 is coming in x weeks and has y and will cost z and who would pay that for a g card anyway etc etc. Heat added as it's a deal site about highlighting deals, shame folk forget that so often.


Imo the answer is because of the price, not as in its overpriced but simply because it costs £600+ pounds, its the same sort of folks who pipe up on the car leasing deals. 'ow much!, £600 for a graphics card? To play games with, COLD.!' That or the perpetual something better is coming, wait for price drops, brigade. Either way at the moment it's a good price for the best consumer card available


Why so cold? Cheapest I've seen in a long time, granted its not what it *should* be, but is there a better opting atm?

MSI GTX 1080 ARMOR OC 8GB GDDR5X Graphics Card £449.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 11th JulFound 11th Jul
Boost Clock / Base Clock 1797 MHz / 1657 MHz 8192 MB GDDR5X / 10010 MHz Memory Video Output Function DisplayPort x 3 HDMI x 1 Dual-link DVI-D x 1 Features Virtual Reality… Read more
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For about 30 pounds more you could get a gigabyte 3 fan 8gig 1080


probably the worse 1080 ever made BUT that price is probably the cheapest new 1080 you can get. It’s still a 1080 ay


Not this one. I suggest you check out reviews of this model


Cheers, am I right in thinking msi slightly better than palit or not?

Palit GTX 1080 Dial OC 8GB £439.99 Amazon
Found 11th JulFound 11th Jul
Palit GeForce GTX1080 Dual 8GB OC. PCIE 3.0 / 8GB DDR5 256bit 10.0GHz / 1759MHz / 2560 Cuda Cores / 7680x4320 / DVI+HDMI+3xDP

Bought this exact card from ebuyer 3 months ago after seeing a deal on here for £424.99. I was a bit concerned about Palit as I've never owned one but it's been great so far and had no problems whatsoever. New cards are probably coming soon however and you may see this cheaper again soon, just to inform your choices.


MSI Armor - literally the worst cooler on the planet. Used for many different cards, can barely keep an RX 570 cool! The Palit and £20 saving any day over that rubbish! Agree, but that grammar... (lol)


Palits make great overclockers


There's an MSI 1080 Armour on offer at Ebuyer at the moment for £20 more...


Probably given driver and optimisation issues surrounding SLI. You’re better off getting rid of them and getting a Ti. General research on the internet points to best single card trumping over two near the top in Sli.

ROG Strix GTX 1080 a8g £499.99 @ amazon PRIME Exclusive
Found 11th JulFound 11th Jul
Best price at the moment... I'm tempted to wait but I think this is a good price!
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Well they are not going to want to make an imminent release clear, unless AMD had competitive GPUs that force their hand. Why should they make it clear the new cards are imminent - it would reduce sales of their current cards and they have stock they want to get rid of... I have no evidence for this, but I just suggested waiting because this is only a relatively good price, nothing amazing. We are all still overpaying even at this price due to the markup from miners etc driving up GPU prices.


which was meant to be April, then June, then July i wouldn't count on it


Those rumours ^


August, paper launch, low volumes to retailers as it was with the 1080 release. Everyone is starting to dump their 1080Ti's for £500 +/-.


despite the CEO saying the release of new cards wont be seen 'for a long time' at Computex? there have been rumours all year and nothing has surfaced so i wouldnt personally keep waiting if you are looking to upgrade soon.

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB SC Black Edition iCX Cooling £659.99 Scan
Found 9th JulFound 9th Jul
Great card and best price its been in a long time
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the deal is still live, for some reason its been flagged up and expired, also saying scan is banned!


Wouldn’t even be surprised. The current lineup takes on AMDs best and beats it comprehensively.


We are comparing the 980 ti to the 1080 and the 1080ti to the soon to exist 1180. I get it, you won't admit anything. Fine, let's stop.


As someone who bought a Pascal card at launch, no I'm not. They were vastly more expensive than the launch prices of the 9 series cards.


This isn't similar to any of those technologies. This is like Anti Aliasing or Super Sampling. 3d, VR, HDR, and 4k are much more gimmicky and requires investments, where Ray Tracing can just be done with almost no overhead. If you read my articles, you'd see that Ray Tracing *greatly simplifies* lightning and shadows from a developer perspective. You don't have to 'adopt' anything here, it will be done, en masse, because it's cheaper, better, faster. Anyway, pascal cost at launch, great perfect example. Thanks for proving my point. GeForce GTX 1080 May 27, 2016 $549 You can see, before the May 27th launch, the price of the 980ti was still at $660! The 1080 came out at $110 cheaper, and caused an immediate price crash on the inferior 980 ti, which is great for comparison here. So, do you see it? The price dip to $449.99 right *after* the launch? Are you going to admit that you were wrong about the prices at launch? Or is it pointless to provide this in depth details with sources?

Alienware 17 - GTX1080, i7-7820HK , 8gb, 256gb, FHD - Gaming laptop £1499 'Dell July Black Friday' event
Found 9th JulFound 9th Jul
Seems you can adjust the configuration if you want more hard disk/memory etc from Dell. Future deals over the next week and a day: Inspiron 15 5000 Inspiron 13 5000 New Insp… Read more

Hope this might help someone and me......... I bought 32GB RAM for the Alienware. So my brand new 8GB RAM is on flee bay you can search for Item number: 113190128083


Tried speaking with an agent this afternoon: 14:08:06 Radhika B1 Rhys, this is an R4 series. These have now run out and are End Of Life. These are no longer available to order. 14:08:46 Rhys Hi, it is letting me add it to my basket at the £1898 price? 14:09:54 Radhika B1 The order will get cancelled 14:10:25 Rhys oh


What a horrible company. After my dealings wouldnt go near them. Wouldn't be surprised if they made up the whole thing with the end of life rubbish of certain parts. If anything they should honor the sale with an equal replacement. They seem to have loads on the outlet..


Yeah guna leave it.


They have offered me the same one with a better screen at same price as there was something wrong with the screen but I was buying on finance and I have to pay out right for it now if I want it. So unsure what to do to be honest

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB SC Black Edition iCX Cooling (Scan) £665.47
Found 7th JulFound 7th Jul
Been keeping an eye on 1080 Ti prices for a while and this is really good for the SC (Superclocked / Overclocked) edition. EVGA cards are really good and they are known for very go… Read more
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That's the RRP, the RRP for 1080ti is only around £600 but I haven't sees it's anywhere close to that price for a very long time.


I got a 1080 Ti for £460 ex VAT from Amazon last night and am ok with that, it’ll cover me for now and given the usual price is north of £500 I think I’ll be ok when I need to sell it. 980 Ti still fetches a good price and it’s 3 years old now. You say it won’t cost a lot more but prices have been creeping up. I would not be surprised if nVidia tried to charge £999 for a top-spec Founders Edition at launch, just because. I mean people didn’t believe it could happen with mobiles but look where we are now...


Something better won't cost a lot more than the price paid for this card. And the people that buy these cards at this price point want the best of the best. And wont buy this now as they are aware that the new cards are just months away. I'm done with this thread. Have fun all. :p


You forgot to mention the corresponding price increases.


We'll see when the time comes.

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I know recently these were going for £460 at Very and also Scan. So this isn't a bad deal at all.
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Sounds a lot better than ASUS. Used to be a loyal buyer of their parts but they've gone down the pan though I suspect all companies are like this now except maybe EVGA.


I'm not sure from a consumer point of view, but I use them a lot for Nvidia Quadro products, and on the rare occasion that I have required an RMA service from them they went just fine. I guess a lot of it is down to personal expectations, people seem to forget that 99% of all these cards are made in Taiwan/China and unless they OEM happens to have a local re-work agent, or RMA centre, then things can take a while to get sorted if they have to travel back to the country of origin. PNY have an EU office in France, so that is pretty local from a shipping time scales point of view, but I'm more than happy if a card is turned around in 14 days, and up to 28 days if it needs to go further afield.


How's PNY like when things go wrong?


For £469.98 you can get the awesome PNY GTX 1080 XLR8 OC verison I know which version I'd chose... the one that is £10 less, and has a cooler the size of the moon! :D


Cheaper at ebuyer and not a 'deal' really anyway

Gigabyte GTX 1080 Turbo OC £419 delivered from Amazon France
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€476 delivered from, translates to approximately £419 sterling (don't use the Amazon converter of course, and best if you have a FX transaction free card). Yes, it's t… Read more
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Available again (from


i m not sure you are joking, trolling or serious? enjoy your trolling...


high end is not render farms for a consumer no consumer uses a render farm




more power requires more electricity and more electricity will generate more heat if it is not dissipated quickly enough... lots of cases of hot gpus desoldering their balls! also when we say high end, they are not real high end usage... real high end use goes in rendering farms for designs/simulations and what not where 100s if not thousands of these cards (gpu cores) used ... if you cant manage to run them efficiently and cool enough, its speed benefit will diminish due to cost for electric and cooling costs... these things matter when you scale up! Memory chips started stacking up, so may the gpus/cpus of future... this is because of limitation of the tech and yield rates on those levels...if you cant shrink the card/dies more, you can only go left right or up! CPU is currently going X/Y and memory chips Z axis (due to space limitations for use models!

Palit Super Jetstream GTX 1080 Graphics Card £449.99 at Amazon
Found 27th JunFound 27th Jun
NOTE: Amazon have done something odd here. When I posted there was only 1 card left but "more on the way", but now my link goes to the basic version of the card, and the Super Jets… Read more

Back up to £544 and OOS today!


I went for the Amazon deal in the end, since I already picked up a 1070ti from gigabyte but felt the extra £35 was worth it for an EVGA card, plus didn’t have to wait for a refund for an exchange. That’s a real good price for a 1080, like you said though I’d just be worried that it’s been used/no amazon customer service if something does go wrong.


EVGA SC is down to £470 on Amazon today. But I ended buying an EVGA 1080 FTW off ebay with the 15% off US code. No Amazon returns, but it was hard to resist at £391 all in. Supposedly brand new, hope it's not another dodgy ebay deal.


Thanks for the feedback. On reflection I've decided to just replace my PSU for now (as I'd probably need to do it anyway to fit a 1080) and will wait to see what appears in the next few weeks. If there's no sign of the 1180, and the EVGA version drops a bit from the £495 that Amazon are currently asking, I might get that.


I had the Windforce version and had to return it. Cooling wasn't great and it was noisy. Paid a bit more for an EVGA 1080 SC instead and I'm so glad I did. Much better performance.

EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 SC 8GB £495.48 as Amazon (EVGA Step up - See Notes)
Found 26th JunFound 26th Jun
EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 SC 8GB - Looked around online and saw this. Might be a decent deal for someone. Available for prime delivery. Only place that is cheaper is SCAN but no free … Read more

The latest ultrawide monitors will. But they're top money too.


No because a year ago it was 1 year old tech. ;)


Yeah but think you will have to upgrade to an 1180 which will no doubt cost quite a bit more. The EVGA upgrade program is good though. And their warranty is the best there is.


get a 10 series card or 2 and forget about upgrading for the next 2 series. There isn't anything in the gaming worls that is demanding more performance, at least not enough to cause a global outrage.


That’s assuming similar gains to the 10 series compared to the 9 series. How can you be so sure the new cards will yield such high performance gains?

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