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ASUS TURBO-GTX1080TI-11G GeForce GTX 1080 TI 11GB GDDR5X- Used Grade A (No Box ect) £401.99 delivered @ mco_yabe / eBay
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Posted 15th Apr 2020Posted 15th Apr 2020
ASUS TURBO-GTX1080TI-11G GeForce GTX 1080 TI 11GB GDDR5X- Used Grade A (No Box ect) £401.99 delivered @ mco_yabe / eBay£401.99eBay Deals
Cheap price to performance. Grade A - Excellent condition, may be new and unused

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


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


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


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


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

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

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Zotac GTX 1080 Ti 11GB Mini @Ebuyer for £559.98 Free Delivery
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Posted 23rd Nov 2018Posted 23rd Nov 2018
Zotac GTX 1080 Ti 11GB Mini @Ebuyer for £559.98 Free Delivery£559.98Ebuyer Deals
Is this the only half decent 1080 Ti deal we will see today?! 1.5% (about £8.40) Cashback too from the usual suspects. 11GB GDDR5X The world's smallest 1080 Ti IceStorm Cooling 5 Yea…
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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.

Zotac GTX 1080 Ti 11GB Mini Graphics Card - £599.98 @ Ebuyer
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Posted 20th Nov 2018Posted 20th Nov 2018
Zotac GTX 1080 Ti 11GB Mini Graphics Card - £599.98 @ Ebuyer£599.98Ebuyer Deals
Best deal for this card with a 5 year warranty!
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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.

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EXDISPLAY Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti AORUS 11GB Graphics Card - £595.61 @ Ebuyer
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Posted 7th Nov 2018Posted 7th Nov 2018
EXDISPLAY Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti AORUS 11GB Graphics Card - £595.61 @ Ebuyer£595.61Ebuyer Deals
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?

EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 GAMING ICX 11 GB at Amazon for £687.33
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EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 GAMING ICX 11 GB at Amazon for £687.33£687.33Amazon Deals
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