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Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB £219.99 @ Game
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With the recent spike in GPU prices, I thought this was a very good deal; the next best price I could find on this specific card was at a minimum, £270. There are cheaper 3GB cards… Read more
Why does every piece of gaming hardwear thats posted have to have some child come on and claim that it's useless because it isn't capable of 4k at 120fps? To suggest that this card is only capable of 30fps at low settings is utter nonsense.
Ninjesus6 m ago

"Salty" now I know your a kid..You need to stop comparing your …"Salty" now I know your a kid..You need to stop comparing your requirements to that of others.. your very arrogant in your attitude. why are you assuming people buying this want to play the very latest releases in ultra settings at 60fps? the 6GB gives you very little extra performance, not double like your claiming.. you are backing up your noise with zero facts or information.[Image] [Image]


I said modern games... and not console ports either...

Dude im done with you, i mean look at the games you posted LOL wtf... witcher 3 probs the most demanding game there and noway does it get that FPS on them settings, it tanks all over the place on ultra.

You sir have no clue what youre on about, go back to your 30 fps
seanmorris10016 m ago

Im not getting worked up at all, im advising people who actually want a …Im not getting worked up at all, im advising people who actually want a good experience 3gb doesnt cut it.Youre the one defending your low spec PC saying its this and that but i know for a fact its not... its low end and it cant run any modern game at decent settings bar the crappiest ones.Now stop being salty and telling me im immature, if someone buys this and expects this and that and then gets crap performance and wonders why its not fair. the 970 has 3.5GB of vram and it runs out easy on decent settings, why buy a 3GB version of a mid tier card when you can pay a little extra to double it and then have no worries? Now go play games at 30fps mr mature.


"Salty" now I know your a kid..

You need to stop comparing your requirements to that of others.. youre very arrogant in your attitude.

why are you assuming people buying this want to play the very latest releases in ultra settings at 60fps? the 6GB gives you very little extra performance, not double like your claiming.. you are backing up your noise with zero facts or information.


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now i have wasted enough time on you. you are insignificant, you have posted zero deals and your contribution to the community seems to be arguing things you do not fully understand.
Edited by: "Ninjesus" 19th Feb
Ninjesus4 m ago

Your the only one getting worked up, you seem very immature.


Im not getting worked up at all, im advising people who actually want a good experience 3gb doesnt cut it.

Youre the one defending your low spec PC saying its this and that but i know for a fact its not... its low end and it cant run any modern game at decent settings bar the crappiest ones.

Now stop being salty and telling me im immature, if someone buys this and expects this and that and then gets crap performance and wonders why its not fair. the 970 has 3.5GB of vram and it runs out easy on decent settings, why buy a 3GB version of a mid tier card when you can pay a little extra to double it and then have no worries?

Now go play games at 30fps mr mature.
seanmorris10049 m ago

Ohh dear, now i see its pointless arguing with you, enjoy your stutterfest


Your the only one getting worked up, you seem very immature.
Palit GeForce GT 1030 2GB Low Profile Graphics Card. Free delivery option. £59.97 @ Laptops Direct
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Not a bad price for a low profile, low power requirement card. No external power source needed. This is not for a hardcore gaming, but it will allow you to game on a half way decen… Read more
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maxy41421 h, 57 m ago

This or older 750 ti ?



Depends what PC and PSU you have. As for example, I had a dell optiplex 380 with 255W 88% efficient PSU and a Dell Vostro 200 with 300W rated PSU. Optiplex ran 750TI no problem all day long but Vostro would not even power up past POST.
Both had similar CPUs, 2 sticks of RAM and only HDD connected. Just to be sure it is a PSU I tried Vostro with GT 730 and it did power on. I also had a GTX 1050TI, so tried that and it would not power up again.
For the best performance I would get used GTX 670 (around the same price as 750TI) but you need a good PSU for it.
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For this card specifically bad Amazon reviews are mainly from people who did not know what they are buying and from those who needed a half height bracket (which the card does not come with).
Haven't dealt with Laptops Direct, but I think it is a good retailer (same as ebuyer, overclockers etc), so don't see the reason why not to buy from them, especially if they are the cheapest.
maxy41416 h, 22 m ago

This or older 750 ti ?


The 750 Ti is around 15-20% faster, though it uses twice as much power.
I had them renege on a product I bought, a desktop that was instock at a decent price, not stupidly low or a price error, just a good price and a couple pounds cheaper than elsewhere, they then said no stock available and tried to sell me something else, at the same time the product I had wanted was in stock at a new higher price.

Cheeky buggers is my opinion of them
Edited by: "spannerzone" 18th Feb
damianscotland12 h, 22 m ago

Laptops Direct is not bad to be honest. I bought phone from them then …Laptops Direct is not bad to be honest. I bought phone from them then returned as I didn't like it. They accepted phone and refunded cash within one week. But I found them difficult to catch on their live chat.



I bought a new laptop from them.... which was used!
ASUS ROG Strix GL553VE-DM292T 15.6-inch Gaming Laptop (Black) - (Intel i7-7700HQ Processor, 8GB RAM, Nvidia GTX 1050Ti 4GB Dedicated Graphics, 1TB HDD + 128GB SSD, Full RGB Keyboard, Windows 10) £949.99 @ Amazon
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Looks to be the most reasonably priced GTX 1050Ti 4GB that I can find, especially with i7 CPU. I had seen Dell previously with a version at £999.99 but that was on an Inspiron rat… Read more
Rich443 h, 17 m ago

Yes it is and you don't get to decide that either.A gaming laptop is just …Yes it is and you don't get to decide that either.A gaming laptop is just a laptop that will play games a 1050ti will play games quite happily. Hell the MX150 i got my kids for Christmas plays Witcher 3 at 1080p albeit with details turned down a bit.Just because you are a snob and think it's not a gaming laptop without at least a 1070....But having said that this is overpriced for a 1050ti at this price I'd expect a 1060 really or a hefty discount it's still a gaming laptop regardless just an overpriced one


Well said!

I bought my first laptop in 2007. It had a pathetically slow AMD chip with integrated graphics but it didn't stop me happily playing the original Far Cry on it! I bought a Medion laptop a couple of years later which had a dedicated Nvidia 220M GPU. I played SOOOO many games on that machine!

The laptop I've just bought has a 1050ti and I think it's simply brilliant for gaming.
Edited by: "Joe90_guy" 8th Feb
xtrem3x25 m ago

A gaming laptop with a 1050Ti is not a gaming laptop£949 for a laptop with …A gaming laptop with a 1050Ti is not a gaming laptop£949 for a laptop with a 1050Ti is a massive rip off


Yes it is and you don't get to decide that either.

A gaming laptop is just a laptop that will play games a 1050ti will play games quite happily. Hell the MX150 i got my kids for Christmas plays Witcher 3 at 1080p albeit with details turned down a bit.

Just because you are a snob and think it's not a gaming laptop without at least a 1070....

But having said that this is overpriced for a 1050ti at this price I'd expect a 1060 really or a hefty discount it's still a gaming laptop regardless just an overpriced one
Edited by: "Rich44" 8th Feb
A gaming laptop with a 1050Ti is not a gaming laptop
£949 for a laptop with a 1050Ti is a massive rip off
Can I recommend this instead for £700?

argos.co.uk/pro…680

Not sure of stock situation. There's none by me but you might get lucky (I did when Argos were showing no stock countrywide).

Here's the recent thread which prompted me to buy and I would highly recommend this laptop.

hotukdeals.com/dea…863
Can get a 1060 6gb laptop cheaper, albeit dropping down to I5 processor
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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Founders Edition £379 delivered @ Geforce
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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Founders Edition In stock now - will likely need to be quick. Edit: Note - you need to click the tab for 1070, as it will default to the 1070ti which is … Read more
I had an email from Nvidia at 07:19 today with a shipping confirmation for my 1070. Out for delivery between 1-2pm today.
Waiting on the 1080ti
Happyhopper1 h, 58 m ago

What time did the dispatch emails go out for anyone who ordered 7th and …What time did the dispatch emails go out for anyone who ordered 7th and got cards today, cheers


My email came at 07:24 today and it was delivered about two and a half hours later.
The email had a tracking link as well.
Edited by: "Agharta" 9th Feb
What time did the dispatch emails go out for anyone who ordered 7th and got cards today, cheers
Edited by: "Happyhopper" 8th Feb
yup, got home and 1080 and 1060 are here already
Geforce GTX 1060 6gb Founders Edition - In Stock - £279 at NVidia Store
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It's incredible difficult to find the 6gb version of this card in stock under £300 so this seems like it would be helpful to people. Not sure how long it will stay in stock for. T… Read more
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mikefs7th Feb

https://www.novatech.co.uk/products/palit-geforce-gtx-1060-dual-6gb-gddr5/ne51060015j9-1061d.html4 in stock here for 299, not sure if its any good to you.


Do not trust novatech. They'll take your money, call you when its in stock saying the price has gone up, and ask you to cancel or pay more.
dijital8 h, 4 m ago

These card may start coming down in price soon due to the current crypto …These card may start coming down in price soon due to the current crypto currency slump.Personally I think the best value card for 1080p gaming at the moment is the 4gb gtx 770, can be had for about £100 on ebay, facebook marketplace, gumtree etc.If you have a good enough power supply that is.


Cryptocurrency market went up about 25% today (last 24 hours), I don't feel like it's going anywhere but up anytime soon.

SEC said some good stuff about it or something (there will be no blockchain without bitcoin) and the market of even the mineable currencies depend on Bitcoin.
abigsmurf9 h, 29 m ago

Wasn't Gameseek was it? I was burnt by their "in stock" cards


Flubit (remember that from a couple of years ago )
mikefs7 h, 59 m ago

https://www.novatech.co.uk/products/palit-geforce-gtx-1060-dual-6gb-gddr5/ne51060015j9-1061d.html4 in stock here for 299, not sure if its any good to you.


My current order is £240 and is for the XLR8 version which is slightly better (but slightly uglier IMO), so I don't really want to go up from that. (£60 increase isn't worth it for me - for this card anyway).


Bobbylala5 h, 56 m ago

I bought a 'damaged box' used excellent condition one from amazon …I bought a 'damaged box' used excellent condition one from amazon warehouse, £197, when it arrived it was brand new with a dinted box... I know that is likely a very lucky purchase but worth keeping an eye on amazon (For info was this model EVGA)


I'll make sure to keep an eye out for that, it seems like they probably come and go really quickly. Does warranty transfer to you? (I'm guessing it depends on manufacturer - EVGA are pretty good for that sort of thing right?)

Thanks everyone
Edited by: "Alvie" 7th Feb
This is still in stock, as is the 1080.
Alvie3 h, 37 m ago

I'm looking for a 1060 6GB right now, but founders edition is not what I'm …I'm looking for a 1060 6GB right now, but founders edition is not what I'm looking for preferably something with better cooling & built-in OC.I'm considering because everywhere else is out of stock. I have an order for one on a site for a PNY which said it had 3 in stock but it turns out they didn't, I either have to wait indefinitely or get a refund.



I bought a 'damaged box' used excellent condition one from amazon warehouse, £197, when it arrived it was brand new with a dinted box... I know that is likely a very lucky purchase but worth keeping an eye on amazon (For info was this model EVGA)
Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 1060 WF2 3GB GDDR5 PCI-E £229.99 @ Amazon
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Current stock status at time of posting: "In stock on February 9, 2018"
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Rich443 h, 4 m ago

Seems expensive to me. I bought a similar 1060 before Xmas for £170


Good on you fella maybe you can loan your time machine to everyone else....
Dod
mikefs41 m ago

i cant be bothered going through the rigmarole of requesting the money …i cant be bothered going through the rigmarole of requesting the money back from amazon but this might be of interest to someonehttps://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B01GVNN9GQ/ref=dp_olp_used?ie=UTF8&condition=used


Dodgy as a late night van supplied kebab.
mikefs4 m ago

yeah, I'm not down with amazon marketplace rules and don't have a credit …yeah, I'm not down with amazon marketplace rules and don't have a credit card so too much risk for me.


lol that is a scam all day long,

used to be "from italy" now it looks like "from germany"!
polarbaba3 m ago

Looks like a scammer who's phishing for his next target!



yeah, I'm not down with amazon marketplace rules and don't have a credit card so too much risk for me.
mikefs3 m ago

i cant be bothered going through the rigmarole of requesting the money …i cant be bothered going through the rigmarole of requesting the money back from amazon but this might be of interest to someonehttps://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B01GVNN9GQ/ref=dp_olp_used?ie=UTF8&condition=used


Looks like a scammer who's phishing for his next target!
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Alienware AW2518H 240Hz 1080p GSYNC Monitor - £376 (First Credit Order Only) @ Very
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Price is £470 down from £550 unless you apply code LXJUL on your first Credit order. This should bring it down further to £376, but i'm unable to verify having used it before on … Read more
bitcoin513 h, 41 m ago

Thanks for the clarity on that, wonderful thing about DigDug and Missile …Thanks for the clarity on that, wonderful thing about DigDug and Missile Command is I do not have to worry about the refresh!!Reason I asked, is surely ((other than the rate)) the game play would more enjoyable on a higher pixel, bigger size screen for less/equal £ for gamers ((putting aside the awful ping rates etc)) playing stuff?Having seen an abundance of these gaming spec monitors ((obviously not running superchunkmegaping speeds)) it would be clearer to see what you are doing on 4k / 5k / 8k as opposed to squishing it all into a squashed 1440p or less one!! That is interesting matt, so even though gamers want the best of the best, they are using a resolution that a 4k uhd can better by over 3 times? Would it not just jump to 240Hz and above for 4k / 5k ones this year & next, save having to play and squint as the screen is only 24" big ? Thanks for the info by the way.



The bigger the screen the more area you have to look to see someone shooting at you.

I use a large screen for work and a 24" at 144Hz for playing games.
sam_of_london11 h, 39 m ago

1080p is finished . Don't waste money on it . Buy 4k now


240hz at 4k. yeaaaaaaaaaaaaah mate.... not likely.
Edited by: "plath" 7th Feb
What GPU can eve run new games on ultra at over 100fps on 4k? I own plenty 1080ti for miners and test hard test em on new hardware i buy and i could never get past 80fps on superclocked 1080ti at 4k. No point having uber fast Hz if you cant achieve stable fps
justnvc2 h, 53 m ago

The decision for most competitive pc gamers is 1440p 165Hz versus 1080p …The decision for most competitive pc gamers is 1440p 165Hz versus 1080p 240Hz. We should see 1440p 240Hz later this year too which would be the perfect middle ground for those that play fast paced shooters. This Alienware screen is definitely geared toward a very niche audience in that respect with it's 1080p resolution, most would be happier with the higher 1440p resolution and added desktop real estate for sure.2160p/4k and 120Hz will be hitting the market soon (including nvidia's bfgd screens), but they'll all have pretty hefty early adopter price tags to boot. My hope is those screens will allow you to run at a higher than 120Hz refresh rate below 4k resolution, since higher Hz will always be better depending on the panel type (more fps/hz = less input lag = more responsive mouse), but that hasn't been confirmed.I suppose it depends on who's buying and for what purpose!


Thanks for the clarity on that, wonderful thing about DigDug and Missile Command is I do not have to worry about the refresh!!

Reason I asked, is surely ((other than the rate)) the game play would more enjoyable on a higher pixel, bigger size screen for less/equal £ for gamers ((putting aside the awful ping rates etc)) playing stuff?

Having seen an abundance of these gaming spec monitors ((obviously not running superchunkmegaping speeds)) it would be clearer to see what you are doing on 4k / 5k / 8k as opposed to squishing it all into a squashed 1440p or less one!!

matt1392 h, 51 m ago

Input lag/response time and peripheral vision will be crucial factors. …Input lag/response time and peripheral vision will be crucial factors. Albeit, not as important as refresh rate. The sweet spot for gaming atm is 27” 1440p 144hz until 4k 144hz monitors are widely available. 1080p 240hz are for the very hardcore gamers who prioritise framerate above everything else.


That is interesting matt, so even though gamers want the best of the best, they are using a resolution that a 4k uhd can better by over 3 times? Would it not just jump to 240Hz and above for 4k / 5k ones this year & next, save having to play and squint as the screen is only 24" big ? Thanks for the info by the way.
1080p is finished . Don't waste money on it . Buy 4k now
PNY 16GB NVIDIA Tesla P100 Passive GPU Accelerator Module Card - B-Stock - £4999.99 @ SCAN
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Cheapest I found but B-stock otherwise they usually cost around £6000+ Good news is that it is in stock Graphics Chipset Tesla … Read more
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damcnaught3 h, 27 m ago

You don't need to connect a monitor for its intended purpose (running …You don't need to connect a monitor for its intended purpose (running computing tasks).The reason I asked whether it could make sense is that in the link provided by one user it appeared to only be 2x the power for computing tadls compared to a GTX 1080 that costs over 5x less (you could use it for computing without plugging in a monitor, like crypto miners do).The answer from another user (thanks @plork) seems to make sense: in certain calculations (double precision, whatever that means :D) it's apparently 10x as fast as a GTX 1080 for less than 10x the price... so there's the value proposition


I know you don't need to connect a monitor to it! I've emphasised this enough I think with the 3 or 4 posts I made.
Hot, been looking for a spare GPU for my HTC for awhile now. Heat OP
fishmaster7 h, 46 m ago

Considering you can't connect a monitor to this as it doesn't have any …Considering you can't connect a monitor to this as it doesn't have any monitor ports you tell me


You don't need to connect a monitor for its intended purpose (running computing tasks).

The reason I asked whether it could make sense is that in the link provided by one user it appeared to only be 2x the power for computing tadls compared to a GTX 1080 that costs over 5x less (you could use it for computing without plugging in a monitor, like crypto miners do).

The answer from another user (thanks @plork) seems to make sense: in certain calculations (double precision, whatever that means :D) it's apparently 10x as fast as a GTX 1080 for less than 10x the price... so there's the value proposition
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Can I commute to work on this instead of a bike?
So glad that OP clarified it's the Nintendo Switch featuring a Nvidia Tegra processor so to avoid confusion with those other Nintendo Switches.
Brand new at Argos eBay with 10% code £251.99
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You get brand new ones with undamaged box at that price on eBay for sure.
EVGA (04G-P4-6253-KR) NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti SC (Single Fan) Gaming, 4GB GDDR5, DX12 OSD Support (PXOC) Graphics Card £132.97 with code @ Amazon
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Just use code BIGTHANKS for the extra £10 off New NVIDIA Pascal architecture delivers improved performance and power efficiency; 240Hz Max Refresh Rate Classic and modern games… Read more
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Mine was due today according to support but they just confirmed no stock. Would only give me £5 despite lengthy moaning
Well, I'm going to hang on for now!

I did pick up the Palit 1050ti deal amazon had before for £111 and was also really impressed with how good it was, although sadly it had a strange fault so sent it back and I'm now in this situation hah. I assume that this one will be very similar in performance so at least I know it will be worth the wait when it eventually arrives.

I can't really complain when it's so cheap, I do like complaining though.

I'm happy yours finally arrived though!
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bigtoze3 h, 51 m ago

Mine was due for delivery tomorrow but they've just confirmed that mine is …Mine was due for delivery tomorrow but they've just confirmed that mine is delayed again because of no stock. This time though I did get £10 credit so I'm tempted to buy a 1030 so I can finally get this noisy old 550ti out.


I would wait if you can as that extra credit off the price of this card makes it very good value, I have just tested out a few games and I am thoroughly impressed, the fps increase is huge coming from the 750ti and it's running everything I am throwing at it really well. Genuinely didn't expect it to be this good!

Plus they're obviously getting stock in now, so might not be a long wait
Edited by: "MisterFresh1980" 16th Feb
Mine was due for delivery tomorrow but they've just confirmed that mine is delayed again because of no stock.

This time though I did get £10 credit so I'm tempted to buy a 1030 so I can finally get this noisy old 550ti out.
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Finally and at £122 after all discounts not a bad price brand new with a warranty seeing as they have started to go for more than £160+ second hand
ASUS GL502VM-FY497T ROG Strix 15.6-inch Full HD Gaming Laptop (Titanium) - (Intel Core i5-7300HQ, 8 GB RAM, 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD, Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB Graphics, G-Sync, Windows 10) £899.10 @ Amazon
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Sorry mate, but no.
Ebay, gumtree or shpock?
You mean sell?

No, sorry. As I explained to someone else who asked earlier, I would feel comfortable selling something to a stranger on a forum.
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Nvidia 1070 and ti - pre-stupidity cost - £420 @ Novatech
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I think novatech have been caught napping. They say stock due soon and still accept orders. I wonder if they'll honour those prices
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Nothing yet, have got 1 pre order from novatech and an Evga 1080 from amazon ... no dates on either
Anyone who ordered this received their card? Novatech isn't even giving me an expected date, we're going to be waiting for months for these cards now.
doveman00725th Jan

Clearly you did OK but from what I've heard CEX aren't keen on honouring …Clearly you did OK but from what I've heard CEX aren't keen on honouring their warranties so if the card had developed a fault shortly after you bought it you might have been stuffed. Given the attitude my friends and I have received from the manager when trying to BUY stuff from there, I wouldn't trust them.Good luck to the guy who paid you £430 for a card with no warranty that's been used to mine for at least 11 months, depending on what the owner before you did with it. 😁


No GPU failures, but I have returned a few things to CEX over the years, never had an issue with that either, though I am confident some of the stuff went back on sale...

Frankly I expect the guy that bought my old card put it straight into another mining rig!
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demosn26th Jan

Has this expired as your link don't show me the card for that price?


They put the price up a day after me posting...
Price went up to 479.99
ASUS GL502VM-FY497T ROG Strix 15.6-inch Full HD Gaming Laptop (Titanium) - (Intel Core i5-7300HQ, 8 GB RAM, 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD, Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB Graphics, G-Sync, Windows 10) £949 @ Amazon
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Lower than it was on cyber monday When your not gaming, leave it running for your crypto mining adventures! Powered by Intel's 7th Generation Processors Dedicated Nvidia GTX1060 … Read more
Hi , first post ever ,!!! But looking for a laptop! Dell have a 1060 GPU i7 256 SSD 16gb for 1050£ all in. Wouldn't that be a better deal for an extra £100?

Dell offer
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brilly1 h, 6 m ago

this previous gen model did …this previous gen model did https://www.notebookcheck.net/Asus-ROG-Strix-GL502VM-Notebook-Review.187341.0.htmlcant see it for this gens thoughedit: it says its ips in description ffs joey


Ooops! Senior moment....
Joe90_guy1 h, 18 m ago

I suspect it must be, but can anyone confirm the G-Sync screen is an IPS …I suspect it must be, but can anyone confirm the G-Sync screen is an IPS panel?


this previous gen model did notebookcheck.net/Asu…tml


cant see it for this gens though


edit: it says its ips in description ffs joey
Edited by: "brilly" 23rd Jan
Ordered yesterday at 950. Says it too late to cancel order, have emailed Amazon asking for price difference to be refunded. If not it says can refuse delivery and have it refunded that way.
By then it will probably be back up to £1000
I suspect it must be, but can anyone confirm the G-Sync screen is an IPS panel?
Gigabyte nvidia gtx 1050 ti 4gb OC prime £154.97 @ Amazon
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I think it's a decent price. May help some one Or zotac version for £144 https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01M8M5T4T
deancross50325th Jan

With way gpus are atm would it be worth 2 of this in sli


Bit late to reply, but you need a 1070 or upwards to use SLI. 1050ti or 1060 don't support it.
With way gpus are atm would it be worth 2 of this in sli
pidgin11 h, 55 m ago

have to be mental to buy at this price right now with new cards coming so …have to be mental to buy at this price right now with new cards coming so soon.Even 120 would be too much.


Given NVidia's history, you're talking May at the earliest for founders edition cards, and probably June/July for partner cards. This one makes perfect sense at the current price.
carlcroft21st Jan

Zotac OC version is pretty good card. I have a couple now.


Just got one of those myself. Only tested Destiny 2 on it so far, but that is performing pretty well at a nearly solid 1080p/60 after a few tweaks (everything at highest apart from medium shadows, DoF off and HDAO SSAO)
Will probably need to look at a couple more tweaks to get a fully locked 60fps, but for the money I'm chuffed!
Says £181.65 now.
Lenovo Ideacentre Y700 i5-6400 and 1060 6 gb £599.99 @ Lenovo
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Thanks for posting, mine arrived today (pretty massive case).
Took over an hour to download and install updates which seemed a lot longer than it probably was. Could really do with adding some extra memory and a SSD in here.. definitely something I will be doing in the coming weeks!
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ash_wilson40 m ago

What are the odds of this coming back in stock?


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mecheekymonkey1 h, 17 m ago

Depends how much you can repeatedly play Forza over and over


but but but its 4k! and has kodi! and its 4k! and its worlds most powerful console! it has lots of games coming out! soon, coming soon, games coming soon, stream tv! tv! tv! new tv apps!!
aliboy861 h, 16 m ago

This or Xbox one x?


You can get all of the Xbox One exclusives on this and they will play better. Easy choice.
Reference Nvidia Geforce GTX 1070 Ti - In Stock at RRP £419 @ Geforce
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It's the best price you can find an in stock 1070 Ti for. Personally I'd rather have an aftermarket one but if you're after a card at RRP then this is a great price. Website only … Read more
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Holy smokes it has come today at 4pm insanely fast delivery.
In stock at 09:30 19/01
Scottc12323 h, 29 m ago

On the plus side, at least the demand for performance increases will drive …On the plus side, at least the demand for performance increases will drive technology developments (while PC gaming being tied to console ports holds it back). Nvidia and AMD also have more money in the pot to help drive such developments. Those are the only good things about mining. I suspect mining specific technology may split from gaming hardware in the near future if the bubble does not burst for a while.


This isn't likely as most miners are relying on residual value in their cards being driven by demand from gamers as their exit strategy.
Nice find
TimmoUK3 h, 49 m ago

What are the chances of GPU prices dropping in the next couple of weeks …What are the chances of GPU prices dropping in the next couple of weeks after the cryptocurrency crash though? Maybe worth waiting.


It's already recovering!
Misprice - Nvidia GTX 1070 @ Amazon for £76.90!!!
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Found 16th JanFound 16th Jan
Supplier seems to have 12 left in stock. Definite misprice but hey, who knows lol. They seem to have a few listed @ £70 + delivery
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splatsplatsplat6 h, 7 m ago

My payment is still pending, anyone elses the same?


Same here, but the order was cancelled
Edited by: "xploosiv" 27th Jan
My payment is still pending, anyone elses the same?
Yeh mine got cancelled aswell
Got the cancellation email too, was definitely worth a punt though.
me too

never mind, it was worth a shot, roll on the next pricing error
Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti 11GB GAMING OC Graphics Card £688.98 @ Ebuyer
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Found 6th JanFound 6th Jan
Good Price for a GTX 1080ti right now. Not the best one, however it is the OC version with 3 fans to keep it cool.......
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It's £899.99 now, which proves that £688.98 was a very good deal.
Same here 3 months to roi a 6 card rig. Not bad. When I started it was looking likely to be 14 months.
jaymorgangrice19 h, 32 m ago

Altcoins drop as quick as they climb. What matters is what you sell at. If …Altcoins drop as quick as they climb. What matters is what you sell at. If you want less risk. Use profit switcher (not nicehash), realistic ROI is 6-7 months (not including your electricity bill). Most will tell you what coin to invest in, but unless you want to be a bit more risky, id say ether, litecoin or bitcoin. Pretty much all altcoins require holding, as if profit jumps, so does difficulty, so then you get less for your miner (Theres a small window in here where profits are high and difficulty low until everyone jumps on it and drives it up)


3 months roi here, too - after electricity. You're evidently not doing something right
jaymorgangrice9 h, 24 m ago

Altcoins drop as quick as they climb. What matters is what you sell at. If …Altcoins drop as quick as they climb. What matters is what you sell at. If you want less risk. Use profit switcher (not nicehash), realistic ROI is 6-7 months (not including your electricity bill). Most will tell you what coin to invest in, but unless you want to be a bit more risky, id say ether, litecoin or bitcoin. Pretty much all altcoins require holding, as if profit jumps, so does difficulty, so then you get less for your miner (Theres a small window in here where profits are high and difficulty low until everyone jumps on it and drives it up)


my roi was 2 and a half months

altcoins.
and diversify

my portfolio outperforms the overall market every single day
robodan91815 h, 18 m ago

Nope pretty easyit's not super straightforward but there are so many …Nope pretty easyit's not super straightforward but there are so many guides on youtube that you can be ready and hashing in as little as 5 minutes (using nicehash) or as much as 30 (using other miners that are more profitable, and coins that are more profitable)The amount you make is up to you


Altcoins drop as quick as they climb. What matters is what you sell at. If you want less risk. Use profit switcher (not nicehash), realistic ROI is 6-7 months (not including your electricity bill). Most will tell you what coin to invest in, but unless you want to be a bit more risky, id say ether, litecoin or bitcoin. Pretty much all altcoins require holding, as if profit jumps, so does difficulty, so then you get less for your miner (Theres a small window in here where profits are high and difficulty low until everyone jumps on it and drives it up)
HP Pavilion 17-ab301na Gaming Laptop, Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 1TB, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 2 GB dedicated, 17.3” - £699.95 @ John Lewis
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Product information Impressive graphics, performance boosted and ample storage, the Pavilion 17 is HP’s classic, reliable, large screen laptop, perfect for entertainment and everyd… Read more
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seanmcm12th Jan

I'[m not sure how this can be described as a gaming laptop... no SSD, 2GB …I'[m not sure how this can be described as a gaming laptop... no SSD, 2GB 1050 i.e. not 4GB.Maybe there should be a min spec for gaming laptops here? For me a gaming laptop is at least 1050ti and has an SSD.Good offer but not a gaming laptop...


Lol. Good luck with that. It was the description on the site anyway, but is now unavailable, so should be expired.
I'[m not sure how this can be described as a gaming laptop... no SSD, 2GB 1050 i.e. not 4GB.

Maybe there should be a min spec for gaming laptops here? For me a gaming laptop is at least 1050ti and has an SSD.

Good offer but not a gaming laptop...
alan14344 m ago

What do you think needs to be the bottom end standard...



That depends on the games you're into and the graphical sacrifices you're willing to make - since I play mostly eSports or older titles a 1050 does the job for me
misa4261 h, 25 m ago

Actually, he's right to an extent - I have the i5 and 2GB 1050 in mine and …Actually, he's right to an extent - I have the i5 and 2GB 1050 in mine and it struggles with a number of modern games - for example, Forza Horizon 3 scrapes around 30 FPS unless I set the graphics so low it looks like it's from 2005. Ghost Recon Wildlands needs all settings at low and still won't get a locked 60FPS, and the VRAM usage exceeds the 2GB if I put anything to even medium. Watch Dogs at 1080p won't get locked 60 FPS with anywhere decent settings. Summary - don't get an i5 and 2GB 1050 expecting 60FPS (even on 1080p) on modern and upcoming titles. On the other hand, it will handle more optimised eSportstitles like Overwatch well enough. How much the i7 in this improves things I can't say

What do you think needs to be the bottom end standard...
rhysccfc3113 m ago

No you know absolutely nothing, screen size is irrelevant in regards to …No you know absolutely nothing, screen size is irrelevant in regards to the gpu.



Clearly he wasn't coming from a technical background, but he had the right idea - a large 17" screen like this is likely to come with at least a 1080p resolution - so yeah, you're gonna need more graphical power to power the visuals with modern games at an acceptable level - if 60fps 1080p is your standard. Not everyone's a tech nerd
HP OMEN 15-ce004na Laptop, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 1TB, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050, 15.6”, Shadow Black WITH HP MIXED REALITY HEADSET WORTH £379.95 - £699.95 @ John Lewis
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I know this deal has been posted before but this includes the HP MIXED REALITY HEADSET thats worth £379.95. You could sell this to bring the price of the laptop down or keep it for… Read more
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coventgamer5 m ago

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If you had stated that it was cheaper rather than asking if it was cheaper I'd have taken your comment seriously.
Agharta12 m ago

Do you have a link?


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coventgamer2 m ago

Weren't these 559 from hp


Do you have a link?
Weren't these 559 from hp
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