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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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MSI GEFORCE GTX 1080TI GAMING 11264MB GDDR5X PCI-EXPRESS GRAPHICS CARD £599.99 / £609.89 Delivered @ Overclockers
Updated 10th Dec 2018Last updated 10th Dec 2018 by Shinobei
MSI GEFORCE GTX 1080TI GAMING 11264MB GDDR5X PCI-EXPRESS GRAPHICS CARD £599.99 / £609.89 Delivered @ Overclockers
Absolutely amazing price for an amazing card! This is a preorder. (excited) The new card is based on the same cooling solution as GTX 1080/1070 series. The Twin Frozr VI cooler … Read more
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Can't believe I didn't buy this and waited for black Friday deals. Note it's gone up to £900 and sold our on ebuyer. Just my luck


The founders are always cheaper than aftermarket lol


Sadly I can say the same about SCAN.I only order cases from them now because that's hard to go wrong and I still get free shipping and cases cost a fortune to ship.


I've changed my mind on this one. Feel like it might be worth waiting for the 2080 reviews and benchmarks. I reckon we could shave a bit more off these cards in the next few weeks so gonna cancel and hold fire.


Buy at your peril. Terrible customer service from this company although to be fair it has improved slightly since caseking took over. Still way below the likes of Amazon though.

Zotac GTX 1080 Ti 11GB Mini @Ebuyer for £559.98 Free Delivery
Updated 30th Nov 2018Last updated 30th Nov 2018 by chapchap
Zotac GTX 1080 Ti 11GB Mini @Ebuyer for £559.98 Free Delivery
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Is this the only half decent 1080 Ti deal we will see today?! 1.5% (about £8.40) Cashback too from the usual suspects. 11GB GDDR5X The world's smallest 1080 Ti IceStorm Cool… Read more
chapchap the end i got a Palit 1080 Ti Super JetStream "Used - Like New" via Amazon Warehouse for £551.74 so it it is any good i am happy with that.


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


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


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


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

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Turbo OC 8GB GDDR5X VR Ready Graphics Card​
£457.94 Delivered @ AWD IT
Updated 25th Nov 2018Last updated 25th Nov 2018 by navid_mehdi
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Turbo OC 8GB GDDR5X VR Ready Graphics Card​ £457.94 Delivered @ AWD IT
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yh this is cold the rtx 2070 is the same price.


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


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


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


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

Zotac GTX 1080 Ti 11GB Mini Graphics Card - £599.98 @ Ebuyer
Updated 24th Nov 2018Last updated 24th Nov 2018 by Nate1492
Zotac GTX 1080 Ti 11GB Mini Graphics Card - £599.98 @ Ebuyer
£599.98Ebuyer Deals
Best deal for this card with a 5 year warranty!

More about the prices though, not the card details. You will always have the less quality cards at a lower price, that is a given. People have some notion that Geforce owes them cheap GPUs.


Yeah, but we already had the full size gtx 1080 ti from Gigabyte for cheaper and that will deal with the heat way better than a mini. People still said that was not a good deal and should wait. And before anyone says the Gigabyte cards had a fan problem, that was ironically the more expensive cards they did.


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I have a mini itx build but can only recommend full 2 slot GPUs. These smaller ones run hotter and noisier. If your case is so small that you have to buy a small card, this is for you. Else stay away..... I bought my MSI GTX 1080 for £400 courtesy of HUKD years ago and am eyeing an upgrade to a Ti..... do i need it? No... do i wantz? Hell yeah! Tempted to vote cold on this.... but will simply not vote....


Zotac mini 1080p here and it runs like a dream, never had any issue with heat or coil whine at 4k or with VR games.

Zotac GTX 1080 Ti 11GB Mini Graphics CardEbuyer £559.98 @ Ebuyer
Updated 24th Nov 2018Last updated 24th Nov 2018 by cd_uk_101
Zotac GTX 1080 Ti 11GB Mini Graphics CardEbuyer £559.98 @ Ebuyer
£559.98£699.9920%Ebuyer Deals
11GB GDDR5X The world's smallest 1080 Ti IceStorm Cooling 5 Year extended warranty*

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Gigabyte GTX 1080 TURBO OC 8GB GDDR5X Graphics Card £419.98 @ Ebuyer
Updated 23rd Nov 2018Last updated 23rd Nov 2018 by paul_trundle
Gigabyte GTX 1080 TURBO OC 8GB GDDR5X Graphics Card £419.98 @ Ebuyer
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Seems like a good price considering second hand cards are selling for around the same (or a greater) price on eBay. Hopefully this helps someone!

why is this being voted cold? cheapest 1080 on Black Friday


This has been 399 a couple of times in the last few weeks and I imagine it will be again


1080's have be at £399, but best price atm, heat


seems reasonable

EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 GAMING ICX 11 GB at Amazon for £687.33
Updated 9th Nov 2018Last updated 9th Nov 2018 by Pro_Talz
EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 GAMING ICX 11 GB at Amazon for £687.33
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Brand new EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 GAMING ICX from Amazon, seems to be the cheapest it's been on Amazon in the last year and not far off from the historical low of £666.66
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I should have bought this, I'll wait for it to come back in stock


Not sure what benchmarks you have been looking at, but there is a decent boost. Definitely not double and it's double the cost... but still a good boost. Unless you are only looking at 1080p reviews... but if you go 1440 or 4k then the 2080 ti gets much further ahead on most games.


Or you could pay double this for a 2080ti and barely get any discernable performance boost


Thank you for the details


I have the cards in seperate machines. Temps are anywhere from 60-73c depending on which game+graphics settings. 2560x1440 and 3440x1440

EXDISPLAY Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti AORUS 11GB Graphics Card - £595.61 @ Ebuyer
Updated 9th Nov 2018Last updated 9th Nov 2018 by Mugginz
EXDISPLAY Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti AORUS 11GB Graphics Card - £595.61 @ Ebuyer
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Was looking and saw this deal, EXDISPLAY but i wouldnt mind for a card this cheap
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Thanks for the detailed reply. Your use case totally makes sense. I am leaning towards a good 1080 ti as the main choice but looks like the stock of some highly rated models is running short, and therfore remaining higher priced. My main priority is a quiet card to push frames to my 1440p 144hz monitor, or my 4k tv at 60hz. My current zotac amp extreme 980ti is still doing the job but makes an awful racket under load from certain games, especially at 4k. Even after buying a tool to set the fan profiles on the card (*grumble mumble* stupid gigabyte mobo proprietary fan control software limitations) As you are dabbling with GPGGPU rendering projects would the "deep learning" and "dedicated ray tracing shaders" fancy bells and whistles on the 2080 cards not be more more appealing to you? Interesting into about the memory heat, well within tolerances but concerns about longevity are reasonable. Been watching Gamers Nexus YouTube teardowns of the cards? Still in the fence really but learning more towards the gigabyte Aorus 2080 with super quiet load operation


I am indeed on the hunt for a decent 1080ti. My setup consists of a 4k 32" montior at 60hz, and I'd like the horsepower to ensure I utilise it fully. A 1080ti will be more than enough for the job for games, and possibly even 8k at around 25-30fps if 8k goes mainstream. So some future proofing is there too making the card a good long term investment. I also dabble in some GPGPU coding so I'm interested in playing around with a GPU with some oomf behind it for my projects. If a decent 2080 deal comes out I may consider it, but there's a recent theme of failing 2080s and 2080ti's. A good couple of articles highlight how the GDDR modules are operating at 75C+ at idle. So with these overheating issues the 20 series boards appear unreliable and risky. I'm banking on 1080ti being a wiser, more secure. purchase. Especially given how dropping £600+ on a card seems the norm nowadays :(


It's a solid deal, it's better than a 2070 and on par with a 2080. It's the smart way to go if you want a high end GPU brand new. Most reputable GPU comparison websites such as hardware unboxed and gamers nexus came to the same conclusion. Go look up the reviews.


Wouldn’t count on the warranty. If the invoice reflects any form of additional discount or descriptionthat indicates ex display there will be none.


Good sources, point proven. Agree 100%. Some folks need to read better before making snarky comments. Credit for your detailed and further informative reply. Out of interest. Are you in the market for a 1080 ti, considering 2080 deal of a good one comes up? What's the use case? 1440p 100hz +? 4k?

PNY GTX1080 XLR8 Gaming (Amazon US Global Store) - £416.32 Delivered
Updated 30th Oct 2018Last updated 30th Oct 2018 by notnowcraig
PNY GTX1080 XLR8 Gaming (Amazon US Global Store) - £416.32 Delivered
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Getting close to the magic £400 for a non-blower GTX 1080. Via the Amazon Global Store (they cover import fees / guarantee that you won't pay more). Price includes delivery. How… Read more
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Triple fan version out of stock and dual fan version now £435 including delivery, so expiring the deal. Price seems to bounce up and down, so worth watching, but this was the lowest I'd seen it in a month.


If you have a 970+ you should probably just wait.


The Magic £400!! .... eek (shock)


Yes, we do tend to lag a little behind the US on these kinds of things. Not worried about upgrading my GPU for a while personally, but like to follow the prices anyway get an idea of when is best to shop for the next upgrade. Think if I did upgrade I would go to the 1080ti to see a big boost as I just recently got a used G1 Gaming 980ti (for £160!) that boosts to 1366mhz (nvidia stock is only 1000mhz) which puts it in 1070 ballpark, considering how well 980ti is supposed to overclock, I could probably put another 100mhz on it, which would bring it near(ish) a 1070ti, so I don't think a 1080 non ti would feel like a major upgrade. Unless Black Friday brings some insanely good prices I will probably leave any GPU upgrade until well into next year...


Prices are cheaper in the US because they are a more important market and they have economies of scale. Amazon will charge what it can get away with like any shop. IS prices should be going up soon though because of the trade tariffs, but there is every chance they could be passed on to worldwide markets. Until Nvidia has competition they will carry on milking the consumer.

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Zotac GTX 1080 Ti 11GB Mini Graphics Card £609.99 @ Ebuyer (£604.99 with visa checkout) possible 1% quidco, 1.5% tcb
Updated 24th Oct 2018Last updated 24th Oct 2018 by chapchap
Zotac GTX 1080 Ti 11GB Mini Graphics Card £609.99 @ Ebuyer (£604.99 with visa checkout) possible 1% quidco, 1.5% tcb
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I know it's not as cheap as the Gigabyte 1080 ti that has been dominating HUKD but it is smaller and available now. Strong 9.9/10 reviews on ebuyer for this model, decent reviews o… Read more
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So no cheap 1080TIs it seems so far :


Probably worth it though. I've two 380t Corsair cases to fill and the MSI Gaming will fit (just) and seems the best card for what I need too.


I wouldn’t of gone for a ‘mini’ version either way. I’d like to stick to an MSI gaming but it adds at least another £60 to any other brand.


This card doesn't do particularly well in benchmarks - one reviewer likened it to a 1080 in terms of speed (throttling) with more noise (not necessarily bad) than other cards.


Where have you heard that? If heard the exact opposite. Also from my own experience from the old 660 I had. It was an amazing card. Currently have MSI Gaming range card & considering picking a Zotac again as I’ve heard good things about their overclocks. Saying that I have been extremely impressed by my MSI Gaming card Overclocking range.

MSI GeForce RTX 2070 ARMOR 8GB Graphics Card £459.99 @ Ebuyer
Updated 20th Oct 2018Last updated 20th Oct 2018 by KC30
MSI GeForce RTX 2070 ARMOR 8GB Graphics Card £459.99 @ Ebuyer
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Probably be voted cold because of all the hate surrounding the RTX cards but I thought id post it even if it helps at least 1 person. It comes in at a similar price (if not cheaper… Read more
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DLSS at 4k makes plenty of sense






Ah, right, thanks for the detailed reply :-) Apologies for misinterpreting your comment, I was being wary because for a long time it seemed fashionable to bash Nvidia and perpetuate a myth that they deliberately gimped older cards at the driver level. I can't remember where the article is now, but there was a good analysis done on a reputable tech site that completely disproved it. They showed that over time, the performance of both Nvidia and AMDs older cards had been improved by later drivers. Take your point about there being no incentive to optimise newer games for older cards, that makes sense. However older cards can still get small optimisations from other improvements in the drivers. Obviously at some point this just doesn't happen any more, as support does eventually get dropped and clearly this is going to happen to the older cards first.


I didn't say Nvidia was directing gimping driver performance (existing performance), what I said was they just stop bothering optimising driver performance for old cards in NEW games. The simplest example is on latest driver a GTX780Ti will more than likely still beat a R9 290 in pretty much all games that were launch before the card became EOL; on new games that are released AFTER the 780Ti EOL though or games the 780ti get decimated by the 290 series cards- the newer the game, the worse the 780Ti will perform. It is not the case of Nvidia "putting poison" in the driver to cripple the performance of old cards, but more a case of "cutting off supplies" in providing what's needed to perform fully in new games to the level that they once did in the old games. "Closing Thoughts It's hard to believe that the GeForce GTX 780 is four years old, although the card is certainly showing its age. In the 22 modern titles we tested, the 780 was just 23% faster than the 1050 Ti, despite the former GPU being four times larger, packing more than twice as many transistors and consuming well over twice as much power. Compared to the R9 390, the GTX 780 has slipped well behind. It's no secret that the Kepler architecture hasn't aged as well, which is either down to the architecture itself or Nvidia neglecting driver development -- or maybe a bit of both. Regardless, we've never seen an Nvidia architecture age as poorly as Kepler has. We don't expect the same to happen to Maxwell anytime soon, but of course we'll keep an eye on its performance."

Gigabyte GTX 1080 TURBO OC 8GB £399.98 @ Ebuyer
Updated 18th Oct 2018Last updated 18th Oct 2018 by SandorClegane
Gigabyte GTX 1080 TURBO OC 8GB £399.98 @ Ebuyer
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What's wrong with Gigabyte?


70 quid more for your card is more expensive than the 2070 cards on this site. You posted a dud deal, that's all.


I listed the same card that's not a blower for £469 and gets voted cold -172, whilst this is hot. Whilst it's cheaper the additional £69 for a proper cooling setup makes more sense? HUKD makes me laugh at times


Awesome performance for such a small card. However make sure you have good airflow in your case. I have this in a mini itx case and the fans do get super loud during gaming sessions.


Just got one refurb for 300..

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Turbo OC £399.98 Amazon
Updated 16th Oct 2018Last updated 16th Oct 2018 by C._Stone
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Turbo OC £399.98 Amazon
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Price matched eBuyer. I know it is a blower design but could be a decent price for someone, plus, you don't have to deal with eBuyer! (cheeky) Powered by GeForce GTX 1080 Int… Read more
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Couldn’t agree more, need to change mine to blower for my node 202 build (y)


Amazon put it up to £525 because people were buying it at £399 (lol) (lol) . Are they stupid?


See what the 2070 comes in at price wise first, if it's near 500, the price for the current 1080s will continue shifting down rapidly.


my 1060 asus turbo was is 20C cooler than my 1070 asus dual with an extremely good airflow case Pascal is cool enough to go with blower and OC it to the max, cooler is for aesthetics imo

MSI GTX 1080 ARMOR OC 8GB GDDR5X Graphics Card - £429.98 @ Ebuyer
Refreshed 29th Aug 2018Refreshed 29th Aug 2018Updated 16th Oct 2018Last updated 16th Oct 2018 by projectdarkstar
MSI GTX 1080 ARMOR OC 8GB GDDR5X Graphics Card - £429.98 @ Ebuyer
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The price just keeps falling for this graphics card :)

You're talking about an anomaly caused by cryptomining. And the prices came down since then. But if you want to treat the exception as the rule then it's up to you.


I said $400, not £'s. :) The 2 series arent even available yet and this price has dropped dramatically. I would guess £379 before they are all sold. We know chips have been sent back out to card makers but you can bet slightly cheaper. The glut will be 1080's and 70 t.i.'s, because of the used market. The 70's will shift allright, there is a huge gap underneath them (as usual).


Not sure where you stand. You say partners are forced to sell cheaper but it may not go below £400? Thats only £25 less than this deal. Its been 2 weeks and prices havent changed. The 2070 will cost £500+ potentially with 1080 performance. Why would retailers reduce the prices further regardless of the 2nd hand market full of ex-mining cards. To them the 1080 is appropriately priced for its performance compared the new cards at least until they know more.


The mining bubble has burst, the 300,000 gpu chips nvidia took back? Well, Nvidia invoked on there card partner asses and they now have to shift those chips at a reduced price. Be 'realistic'. The 1080 isnt going much below $400, if at all. BUT. Nobody is desperate. Ebay is chocca, every retailer has stock coming out of their nostrils.The RTX 2XXX cards are over priced B/S. (They will be a little faster for the games we can buy but not that $£$ much) Know the market before you buy,its our turn.


finally... £20 cheaper than what I brought mine for over a year ago.. although.. I got the better version >.<

MSI GTX 1080 ARMOR OC 8GB Graphics Card £459.98 @ Ebuyer
Updated 15th Oct 2018Last updated 15th Oct 2018 by madyx
MSI GTX 1080 ARMOR OC 8GB Graphics Card £459.98 @ Ebuyer
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Cheapest price at the moment and a beast of a card!
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This is exactly the same 'Rumor' that was spread when the 10xx line came out. It was complete fiction, even in a time when AMD had nothing to offer to compete. The 1060 beat the 970. The 1070 beat the 980. And the 1080 beat the 980ti. The launch prices were: $249, $399, and $549. I'd expect similar launch prices, with the potential exception being the 1180, which might be pushed to $599. I'd also think calling a 1070 a 'mid range' card is not fair either. It's definitely a high end card. Anyway, I agree with your other point -- Don't buy the 10xx series at launch price this late in the life cycle. You will regret it. Also, basically any AMD card right now is so far over priced and not worth the sticker price for gaming. The advice on both fronts is -- Don't buy a GPU right now. If you are forced to buy a GPU and can't get a reasonable used one to tide you over, then I guess you are out of luck.


Lots of games yes, but not new games that are released after 780Ti became EOL. EOL cards are good if people play mainly backlogs of games they never got round to play, but for gamers that always hop-on the latest releases, they ain't such a good idea due to the lacking of driver performance optimisation for the new games.


Tempted, if it hits <£400 im biting.


Class!! :{


They do spin when playing playing normal modern demanding games at Full HD resolutions and over. They start spinning when the GPU reaches 60c. This Armor fan cooler is fine for the 1060, 1070 and 1080, but is absolutely dreadful on the 1080Ti, because the 1080Ti produces too much heat for this cooler. I have the 1070 Armor which runs cool enough. (about 70c at full gaming stress, under 70c on old games/fps capped games). Recently I had a spare Corsair H90 water cooling AIO and Kraken G10 laying around so installed that. (which is extremely easy to install on the 1070, 1080 and 1080Ti Armor, plus MSI have a heatsink brace already installed covering all the vrms). Now I get a 20c-25c drop under load which is cool. You don't really need to do this on the 1080 Armor though cause the normal fans run quiet at load. Was just bored really and had the spare parts doing nothing 8)

Gigabyte GTX 1080 TURBO OC 8GB @ ebuyer £399.96
Refreshed 12th Oct 2018Refreshed 12th Oct 2018Updated 15th Oct 2018Last updated 15th Oct 2018 by jukkie
Gigabyte GTX 1080 TURBO OC 8GB @ ebuyer £399.96
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free delivery in stock at time of posting. dunno how long it'll last :P I don't even know if it 's good model of the 1080 but I'm sure someone will be along in the comments in a f… Read more

By 2p, what a deal breaker :-D . Out of interest, what does that have to do with them being different models? You post basically says "Why not buy this cheaper - but slower - card?"...


Oh dear, has the price gone up?,


Err, because this is a 1080 and that's a 1070 Ti?


Price is now £ 429.96 inc. vat


Can I inherit it, Daddy?

Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GAMING OC £585.46 @ Amazon
Updated 12th Oct 2018Last updated 12th Oct 2018 by Mystogan
Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GAMING OC £585.46 @ Amazon
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Only 1 back in stock now if anyone wants. Mine arrived today, happy that there is no coil whine, well none right now anyways. I expect some discounts in these coming months on the 1080Ti's so that they run out of stock and Nvidia can start pushing 2080's on people. You can tell that the 2000 series is priced badly, i.e way too expensive, since most of the 2080's are in stock because the 1080Ti's represent better value as no games implement ray-tracing or DLSS right now, so what you are getting now is the same performance but for more money and less VRAM??!! And people upgrading with money to burn only want the best so the 2080Ti's are hard to come by, but for the 100% price increase with only 30% increase performance who are you kidding here, are you're telling me 1080p 60 FPS ray-tracing is a £400 premium. Not to mention the 2070, which is most likely going to be DOA if any 1080Ti's are still in stock, if the 2080's have 1080Ti performance, then the 2070's will most likely have the 1080 performance. 1080's can be had for ~£400 and the RRP for a 2070 is £569, so for AIB cards +£600, so £200 for features which are not implemented yet... And you cannot say it's future proof because the RTX 2080Ti's barely runs 1080p 60fps, the 2070 has around half the ray-tracing cores, are we going to end up with half the FPS or is it just going to be dodgy lighting instead. Just what were they thinking with that card... Anyways, feel like I had to rant, because people might get wrapped up that the 2000 series is new and shiny but right now it is an absolute rip off to customers. I guess that's what you get if there's no competition.


Well seeing as VR only 'just' works on low settings on my rx480, my next upgrade is going to need to be a lil beefy to properly run a pimax 5k+. How I'll do that without spending so damn much I'm not sure


It has good technology and performs similarly to a GTX 1080 at a similar cost. The power consumption difference is exaggerated by people who have never used it, it is versatile for other tasks related to compute/mining, can be undervolted easily and supports FreeSync.


I don't follow. You think Vega is a good buy because it should be better than it actually is? How's it under appreciated? If we're talking about the Vega 64 card it's outperformed by the often cheaper GTX 1080, and at a lower power consumption.


Says benchmarks on DLSS and if you've seen any videos on RTX it is undeniably pretty. Obviously time will tell if it takes off, but the idea is taking graphics in a new direction which can only be a good thing.

Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB GAMING OC - £579.98 @ Scan
Updated 12th Oct 2018Last updated 12th Oct 2018 by moh223
Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB GAMING OC - £579.98 @ Scan
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Looks like Scan is *trying* to price match Overclockers and Amazon. I know they aren't as cheap but Scan says they are going to be available tomorrow. So for those that can't wai… Read more
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Edit: My apologies.


This model is know for winning and other problematic fan system. And the deal is over.


Just a heads up, these cards are now in stock.


It can also depend on other factors too. For example your PSU can be a contributing factor to coil whine, which can be another reason why some people get it on a given card and others don't. My current card(old launch GTX 970) has coil whine during higher FPS counts too, but since I always wear headphones I can't say I notice it. If I was playing without headphones It'd probably bother me more since it is pretty damn noticeable. Yeah seems like Scan are still taking orders for this despite the fact that it's been over due since the 3rd. Glad I kept my pre-order from Amazon since I wasn't in a rush to get it anyway (still need the rest of my PC parts....).


Just a heads up: ordered this two days ago with the hope it would come today. Still nothing. Moaned to Scan and they just tell me they don't know when it's going to come in despite saying it would be with me today. Not ordering from them again. (lol)

Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 8GB D5X WindForce3 Graphics Card £459.98 / £465.46 delivered @ Scan
Updated 11th Oct 2018Last updated 11th Oct 2018 by PhattyHUKD
Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 8GB D5X WindForce3 Graphics Card £459.98 / £465.46 delivered @ Scan
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Intel have cut prices? R u sure, hun?


I just managed to bag an Asus ROG Strix GeForce STRIX-GTX1080-A8G-GAMING 8 GB from amazon for £350. Used Like New. is that a good version of the 1080? decent price?


Probably part of it, I'm sure plenty of people would be willing to save the money and as a trade off have the slightly noisier fan. I suspect a lot of it is due to the fact there have been a few deals close to the £400 mark, people won't be likely to vote hot on something that is still a distance north of that figure, that goes for me as well. As I said, wouldn't class this as terrible at all, just not hot.


Had a quick look through your previous comments. On Nvidia deals you always go on about the prices being too high, and on AMD (CPU and GPU) deals you talk about how great they are. Also noticed you own both AMD CPU and GPU. The obvious conclusion is that you are an AMD fan boy, so click on Nvidia deals just to talk crap about the prices. What a great life you lead :-) .


MSI's Armor card has had a number of reliability issues, hence the reason it's been discounted a few times in the past, and blower versions are great if you like the sound of an aircraft taking off in your room (or if you have a small case where the blower will help your case thermals). Actually, thinking about it people are probably voting this deal cold because of the £400 blower deal that's been posted.

Gigabyte GTX 1080 TURBO OC 8GB GDDR5X Graphics Card £399.96 @ Ebuyer
Updated 9th Oct 2018Last updated 9th Oct 2018 by bmouthboyo
Gigabyte GTX 1080 TURBO OC 8GB GDDR5X Graphics Card £399.96 @ Ebuyer
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Gigabyte GTX 1080 TURBO OC 8GB GDDR5X Graphics Card Save £111.30 A great price for a new 1080 in the current market (y) 8GB GDDR5X Support up to 8K display @60Hz One… Read more
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Looking forward to getting this, should be more than enough for 1080 gaming into the future


the stock has come in, price has increased now tho


Link? Never can tell with Black Friday but sometimes you get 10% off store codes etc so deals can be found.


How does this compare to the Asus 1080 that is only a bit more expensive? Not sure black Friday will have any good discounts, has it before on graphics cards?


Yep, that seems totally relevant cheers (y)

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