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Inno3D GTX 1070 HerculeZ Twin X2 8GB @OCUK £389.98 delivered (379.99)
Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
EDIT : Price went up to £398 before delivery. expired MPN: N1070-2SDV-P5DS



I'm glad I grabbed one at that price a year and a half back. And to be honest, if I could have predicted the future, I'd have splurged on the 1080.


Well finally decided to upgrade from a gtx970. Thanks for posting.


At current crypto prices the ROI on this is about a year (excluding electricity) however the crypto prices are about half the all time high. Still, as the prices go higher mining fever will take a grip as there's gold in them thar crypto hills so it's probably a good price for folks wanting a gpu for gaming


Seriously, just go away.

GL62MVR 7RFX 1269UK - GTX 1060 3GB - 15.6” FHD IPS - I5 7300HQ - 8GB DDR4 -  256GB SSD + FREE PORTABLE 1TB HHD £869.99 / £880.49 delivered @ Overclockers
Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
Not expecting this to go hot but thought it worth posting. Pro's: 265gb ssd, IPS screen, free portable hdd Con's: 3gb 1060, no internal hdd
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They are definitely comparable though, the 1060 3gb is maybe only 5-10% better than the 1050ti, but it has a way better CPU. I don't even think the one I posted is that good of a deal, that's why it is still on the site. But its £100 cheaper than the one you ordered.


Sadly that link is a 1050ti. Think there is a fair difference between that and a 1060, even the 3gb version. Good processor though. Also 2x4gb ram, would be better with 1x8 for upgrading in the future.


http://m.dell.com/h5/m/uk/SecondaryInventorySearch?p=%2FOnline%2FSecondaryInventorySearch.aspx%3Fc%3Duk%26cs%3Dukdfh1%26l%3Den%26s%3Ddfh%26sign%3DPXhcOSHtr1T4IOw%252fPR7UdRTWRTgyE3X89qzwIk84MtvKEyF0qt%252fAJMqJuLE%252b%252fOxRSF4oBkn44gig58EpG4rx2PQwUlkiytTgXOigoH3URD8mEXvbAU3wVuTL%252byUqDUG%252fYWXvWSgCIUylMX46v%252f1ISGWNYxl6VpFNvj4AXwLIWrb%252bYoZwG0FfEPMDBFI%252bA0HotllQoYAo%252brqKCNABrxUmRoF9mJWPrzA3vEKmr%252fYHsiglQocOccl6ho%252fkwtrya8ipzqZSesxvcY5XUEKL5huNMQ%253d%253d Use the code and should be around £700. Still not the best deal you could get if you are quick.


Link, please!


£800 for a scratch and dent inspiron with these specs is way too much mate. Pretty sure you can get it for that price on their main site brand new. I just bought a certified refurb inspiron 7577 with a i7 7700, 16gb ram, GTX 1060 6gb, 128gb ssd + 1tb HDD for £820 yesterday. There is one on the the outlet store right now that's just as good as your specs for less ~£650.

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HP Omen 870-270na Core i5-7400 8GB 1TB + 128 GB SSD GeForce GTX 1070 Windows 10 Gaming Desktop £757.97 at Laptops Direct
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Seems to be a decent price given the high prices of GPUs. I hope it helps someone! Championship-caliber performance Intel Core processors, NVIDIA GTX or AMD RX graphics, plus o… Read more

£10 more but in stock here https://www.ballicom.co.uk/z7c50ea-abu-omen-by-hp-870-270na.p1398986.html Even when Laptops Direct had them in stock they weren't available until 15th May while these have them in stock now




Mate I use Davinci Resolve the free version, it takes a while to get use to but is top notch!


I like how the very first thing it mentions under "Featuring" is "USB 2.0 Connector", a technology released 18 years ago! Edit: Tempted to buy this for my dad and swap out the graphics card as his PC is over 8 years old and getting pretty slow. 1TB should be fine for him and his current PC has no SSD, 4GB RAM so starting to show its age. That's the only way I can justify to myself forking out for a new graphics card to replace a RX480 8GB!


Does anyone know how many PCI slots this has (for soundcards, wifi etc)?

Palit GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Dual 8GB @CCL £447.30
Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
Cheaper at OCUK if your have free delivery (439.99) also also Amazon Price matched @ £447.30 it appears Amazon Linky A couple of "new" sellers on amazon with no feedback under… Read more

It appears the seller has now moved on anyways, probably a good thing for me. Thanks.


Yes but it's literally a pointless task plus you could end up waiting a bit to get your money credited back.


I've seen another product that seems too good to be true on Amazon. Would you know if Amazon would refund the money if nothing is received? Ta.


Not really, you know almost for a 99% fact they are scam sellers. Wouldn't waste the time.


Still worth a punt

ASUS GL702VM-GC137T ROG Strix 17.3-inch Full HD Gaming Laptop (Titanium) - (Intel Core i5-7300HQ, 8 GB RAM, 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB Graphics, G-Sync, Windows 10) £944.10 @ Amazon
Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
Powered by Intel’s 7th Generation Processors Dedicated Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5 Graphics G-Sync Technology Single Backlit Keyboard Up to 16GB DDR4 Memory
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plus + free games worth of 149 , not bad but this i5 is not enough for GTX 1060 6GB ...


it's been this price since last week Not voting, but these are expected to come down much more in price once the 8th gens are all out would have posted it myself, but it was £999 before, so it;s just £56 off...

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Amazon US - Acer Predator Helios 300 Gaming Laptop 15.6", i7-7700HQ CPU, 16GB DDR4 RAM, 256GB SSD, GTX 1060-6GB £903.47
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Here's another Acer deal attempt which could go frosty, but here goes. (embarrassed) Note, it's coming from Amazon in the USA. (Obviously if you or someone you know are off to t… Read more
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I'm considering getting the 17" model as the screen is superior.


Disregarding the keyboard layout if you're after a good gaming laptop at a decent price (sub £1000) then I highly recommend it. Recently purchased one on a different deal and everything I've thrown at it has been flawless. Witcher 3, 1080P, Ultra settings is as smooth as a baby's bum. Same with Arkham Knight, Shadow of Mordor and Rise of the Tomb Raider. Tried Witcher 3 at 4K and that was a bit of a slideshow (as expected), not tried the others yet. Did try F1 2012 at 4K and that got an FPS of 88 so it's certainly possible to play older games in 4K. A great gaming laptop IMO.


If you can swallow the US layout and warrenty issues, this is a cracking deal. Heat


Yeah, alright then, petal.


Who was talking about you? Do you see quotes in my comment? The world does not revolve around you big boy. Insecurities!

ASUS FX503VM Laptop - i7 / 8GB / GTX 1060 6GB + Backpack £929.97 (Free NDD w/code) / Acer 21.5" SA220Q ZeroFrame Monitor £81.99  @ Box
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
For a 6GB GTX 1060 set up I think this a nice option for an ASUS model, you get a free backpack with it as well. A nice slick looking machine and as far as backpacks go... I actual… Read more
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Good deal same price on https://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/FX503VM-DM093T-ASUS-FX503VM-DM093T-Gaming-Laptop_2259824.html


That bag's way to small for the laptop.


This laptop is pretty portable. It's much thinner that the usual gaming laptop. Not bad at all.


Not everyone has a lot of space, e.g. has kids, can take gaming laptop on train or away on business


Well if you did want a portable computer, say if you wanted to take it to a friend's place or your girlfriend's, or even move to a different room in your house, you're more likely to prefer taking a single self-contained device rather than lugging around a desktop and various peripherals with you (including a monitor). Unless you have weak bones and/or muscles, they're not that difficult to carry.

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

GTX 1050, AMD X4 860K (3.7GHZ Quadcore), 8GB Ram - £429 @ ao.com
Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
Get into the world of gaming with this desktop by PC Specialist. It has some stunning aesthetics, including red LED fans that offer epic style and great cooling for your components… Read more
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I know. I have my monitor plugged into a laptop. I need something soon aswell. But I dont want to pay £13/1400 on a graphics card that is nearly 2 years old. Thats why I got the asus GTX1070 deal for £800 but the 2 computers they sent wouldnt turn on so laptops direct refunded me. They have taken them off their website now and only have the i7 models for sale. They said there was a production problem with them. Now I am hungry for a new desktop. I didnt really consider this deal for myself. I just thought it might be useful for somebody. I wouldn't have posted it if I knew about the CPU as it kind of beats the purpose of having that card.


At the moment GPU, RAM and SSD prices are all very inflated. There is a global shortage on solid state memory and new factories are not due to start production until 2020. RAM and SSD prices are nearly twice what they were 18-24 months ago. GPU’s are not only impacted by the shortage of memory but also the massive demand put on them by crypto-miners. I have money aside to build my new pc but I cannot bring myself to do it at these prices. It’s a gamble, prices could go up before coming down. It’s a terrible time price wise for building/buying a pc ;(


Fair enough. You seem to know what your talking about. I guess these days there really is no cheap way of getting a desktop. I think I will wait until the new cards are released and try and get one direct. Thanks for responding.


Unfortunately no, it’s a socket released in 2013 and there has been FM3, FM3+ and now the current FM4. Even the best FM3+ processors struggle to hold 60fps in the latest AAA games. CPU’s on FM2/FM2+ were average performing when new. The other problem is this system uses DDR3 so even if you wanted to upgrade to a modern platform you also need to buy new DDR4 RAM.


Is there a processor that you could upgrade to with that board? That would handle aaa games?

CYBERPOWER Syber VR PC - GTX 1070, i5-6600K, 1TB HDD, Windows 10  £760.79 @ Currys (eBay)
Found 14th AprFound 14th Apr
I posted this about a month or so ago at over £120 more and a fair amount of people seemed to think it was good value. It is now a lot cheaper. Specifications: Processor: Intel… Read more

Ohh nice so it did indeed come with a xb1 controller. It did say in the feature list Other features: Xbox One Controller, Steam-enabled but I just thought that meant it was compatible with XB1 controllers so I didn't bother including it in the description.


Arrived today , includes a mini keyboard and a windows Xbox controller, happy days, running sweet as nut , Fortnite getting downloaded the now !


When Sony or Microsoft go to AMD, they tell them "We want you to design us a custom motherboard with graphics, CPU, memory etc. we're looking at paying $XX for each chip" AMD can go away, look at their CPU and Graphics technology and build custom chips for them that strip away features that will never be used in a console. They can solder the chips straight into the board so don't have to provide features and connectors that ensure it will plug into thousands of different motherboards. Lots of little things they can trim off in a specialized custom console that'll save them lots of money. Then you've the fact that they can sell 75 million of these things. That's a dedicated factory line that can just keep churning out units nonstop without expensive retooling and downtime you get when switching between products. That's more money saved. Finally they sell these chips direct to the console manufacturers who themselves then sell the consoles at a tiny markup (or even a loss). Game stores also have a very tiny markup on consoles, making most their money on games. Compare this to a graphics card where AMD sell the chips to someone like Gigabyte who build the graphics card, sell it at a heavy markup to Ebuyer, who slap on their own markup. Lastly, these PCs are many times more powerful than games consoles but there are a few factors which may not make this clear in direct comparisons: -Compressed youtube swallows up a lot of fine detail. -There is diminishing returns in graphics, it takes increasing amounts of power for slighter visual upgrades. -Most games are designed for console limitations then ported to PC nowadays. PC gets better resolutions, frame rate, better textures and some nice graphical effects but it doesn't change it being designed for weaker systems so it doesn't take full advantage of the extra power. "PC First" games like The Witcher 3 look significantly better on PC but Assassins Creed or FIFA generally get a frame rate and resolution boost but not much else.


Absolutely spot on. I have a Xbox one x and also a Alienware alpha r2 with a gtx960 graphics card. The Xbox games are more expensive and also not as many games come out for the Xbox as they do PC. Pc always gets the updates and dlc first although Xbox are starting to enhance some older games for Xbox like red dead redemption which I think is great. As for the graphics there isnt really any difference between both but I like that I can adjust the graphics and update the alpha when it gets old.


I am guessing a 1070 can't play many modern games at 4k 60fps though. My rx vega card can barely hit 60fps on far cry 3 with ultra settings at 4k. A 6 year old game.

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 https://www.kustompcs.co.uk/components/graphics-cards/nvidia/gigabyte-geforce-gtx-1080-8gb-windforce-oc/ Slightly faster card for £562 https://www.kustompcs.co.uk/components/graphics-cards/nvidia/gigabyte-geforce-gtx-1080-8gb-g1-gaming/


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

ZOTAC GEFORCE GTX 1080TI MINI £689.99 @ Overclockers
Found 14th AprFound 14th Apr
It *is* a mini, and although I've not keeping a close eye on GPU prices nowadays, this seems like a decent price (relative to other sellers).

why expired? it is still instock. RE overclockers customer service i have only had good service from them, and i know of 2 mates who got free warranty upgrades from them. OCCUK went above and beyond. I have heard about the racism thing many years ago, but hasnt the company changed hands since then?


Worse cooling, more fan noise, less overclocking room, plus with the way that GPU Boost 3.0 works this often translates into lower sustained boost clock speeds. If you are spending this much on a GPU, you might as well buy the one with the best/quietest cooling solution that will fit in your case. If you have limited space then the mini might be for you.


Sorry to ask a stupid Question but what's the difference between a mini and a normal one?


I bought from them 10 years ago and swore that I'd never use them again. Sounds like they've not changed.


will never buy from OCUK again, due to their their distinct lack of customer service, racist forum and price gouging

MSI GP62 7RD (Leopard) 079UK 15.6 Inch Gaming Laptop (Black) - (Kabylake Core i5-7300HQ, 8 GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 1TB HDD, GTX 1050, Windows 10) Used - Very Good £530.08 @ Amazon warehouse
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Amazon Used Warehouse Deals - Been looking for a laptop for a while now in this spec and stumbled across this today checking Amazon Warehouse as I do every week. I haven't found an… Read more

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About the price I'd expect for a 1050. Decent if you're looking to do some light gaming. Voted hot :-)


It's labelled as a gaming laptop and the GPU is bare minimum in that regard. For general laptop with odd bit of gaming it'll probably be fine.


2GB DDR5 I believe


Voted hot i think its a cracking deal

Acer Aspire VN7 - i7- 7700HQ, 15.6" FullHD IPS, 8GB DDR4, 256GB SSD, 1TB, GTX 1050Ti 4GB DDR5 £949.97 @ Box
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
£400 off. Free delivery ! A good 1080P gaming laptop. Also good for photo editing and content creators. Order online and collect from Box Birmingham.

Gotta agree with others. The 1050ti is a lot worse than the 1060. Maybe 100 quid less and would be heat from me.


Needs more 1060


That's expensive. Just yesterday someone posted Asus laptop with 1060 for less than £900


I'll be honest at the price I'm expecting at least at 1060. I know if that was the case there may not be a i7 7700Hq.



The North Face Mens Hedgehog Fastpack Lite II GTX Shoe from Cotswold Outdoor £55
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
The Men's Hedgehog Fastpack Lite II GTX Shoe from the North Face is a lightweight hiking trainer that will keep your feet comfortable and dry throughout long days on low level trai… Read more

thanks just ordered one


I bought a pair last year and used for light trail running over short distances. The sole had wore out in about 3 months. More fashionable than practical. Don't expect them to last long unless dandering about town in them


Actually really poor reviews on north face’ own website for these persally I like them!


Great shoes I have last year's model and they are so comfy.


Thanks, @Narcotix , very good price

inno3D GeForce GTX 1070Ti iChill X3 8192MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card £459.89 delivered @ Overclockers
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
Certainly not the greatest price but reduced bei £30, so if someone desperately needs one it's probably an ok price. Wouldn't pay that much myself. C107T3-1SDN-P5DN Core Clo… Read more

I currently use a 46" 1080p 60hz Samsung TV as a monitor. I also have a 28" 4k monitor at 30hz which also has 1440p 60hz. And of course there are loads of 4k TVs eg if you hunt around can get a decent Sony 49" for £400 with low response time AND get Netflix 4k which you don't on a monitor. So I have also wondered if 1440p upsales well on 4k tvs? In theory 1080p should upscale better for 4k displays as just double width double height I think as you say proper 4k 60fps gaming is 2 years away for the masses?


For 4k you need 1080Ti to get anywhere near decent frame rate, but to be frank why bother when you can go 1440p with high 100+fps frame rates with a 980Ti or 1070 and suitable monitor?


this suggests1070ti overclock is same as 980ti overclock in performance guess depend on the model as 1070 more power efficient so if they got a 2x8 pin one surely could massively oc depending on fans? https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/gtx980-ti-strix-oc-vs-gtx1070-strix-oc-benchmarks.235145/


http://www.overclock.net/forum/225-hardware-news/1601896-overclockersclub-overclock-showdown-gtx-980ti-vs-gtx-1070-vs-gtx-1080-a.html compares 1080 1070 980ti OC (but not 1070ti) 1440P overclocked: GTX 1070 is 3% faster than GTX 980Ti GTX 1080 is 23% faster than GTX 980Ti


Nathan_James: I would be holding off just a little longer the 1080 can now be had for £500 Which is bettet for overclocking for 4k 1070ti 1080 980ti 980ti is 300 now. Reference was 6 plus 8 pin but most on ebay have 2x8 pin and I have read revirws of 25pc overclocking. I think based is 40fps ultra 4k so maybe getting there. Or do we just wait a generation as 1080p ultra 60hZ on my rx470

Refurbished Acer Predator G3-710 (I5-6400, 8GB RAM, GTX 1060 6GB, 2TB HDD) £549.97 @ Laptops direct
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Been shopping round for the last few weeks and found stock refreshed on this, at a lower price than it was a couple of months ago. Seemed like a good deal all in all. Noted that… Read more
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Just buy second hand


It'll probably have the marginally better i5-7400 in it, not the advertised i5-6400.


I used to have one of these...ended up having to return it because the power on button kept breaking. Got a pcspecialist one instead.


Pretty much not upgradeable unfortunately :(


Yes it does! I know GPU prices are coming down but still...

Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 1060 ITX 3GB GDDR5 PCI-E £209.99 Amazon
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
good deal for a 3GB 1060 has 1556MHz Base/1771MHz when using oc mode or 1531MHz Base/1746MHz when using normal mode
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I've got a Asus 1060 6bg and Evga SC 1050ti 4gb in two different machines, wish I hadn't bothered with the 1060 as the 1050ti 4gb plays everything and anything I can throw at it at 1080p and has really impressed me, a 1060 for the money isn't a good buy the 6gb is the biggest con as it's only between 3 to 7% better than the 3gb and both are not quite good enough for 4k or 1440p and never will be - a 4gb 1050ti for cheaper will do all you need at 1080p for now. In my opinion the sensible choice would be a cheap bargain 3gb 1060 if you can find one or low priced 1050ti for now until prices get better - as I understand it the 6gb 1060 isn't powerful enough to really make use of all of it's 6gb of ram anyway and the small difference in performance just isn't worth the money. A good example is the 960 2gb and 4gb 3-4 years on and the difference is still minimal between them.


Normal price



Thanks, amazing my memory still works (y)


it has less cuda cores

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