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EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti BLACK EDITION GAMING, 11G-P4-2281-KR, 11GB GDDR6, Dual HDB Fans, RGB LED £992 @ Amazon
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Posted 11th Jun 2020Posted 11th Jun 2020
EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti BLACK EDITION GAMING, 11G-P4-2281-KR, 11GB GDDR6, Dual HDB Fans, RGB LED £992 @ Amazon£992£1,19917% off Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
A powerful GPU, comes with a price below 3 digits. Should be handy for Deep learning or mining ;D Bit extra info according to Toms' hardware: 2080ti cards consume less than 300watt… Read more

For gamer, waiting for next gen of cards is the right choice. Let's see what's price tags of AMD and Nvidia's new flagship cards. just lost my count (y) RTX 20xx cards, has accelerate command in cuda. With 88 ROPs and 11Gb memory, a cost efficient | enter level | deep-learning machine could be build with 2of this cards in Sli. Much cheaper than titan, Quadro or tesla :(


Surely you mean a price below 4 digits?


The gtx 1080 and the 1080ti are both still great cards, I was surprised how comparable the RTX 2060 super is with the the abilities of the GTX 1080, the RTX 2060 super seems like a GTX 1080 with ray tracing options.


The next gen of consoles should hopefully bring a nice 4k high to ultra 60fps gaming experience as opposed to the current consoles, 30fps with quite often lots of tricks and visual compromise to display in 4k, but I find even 1440p upscaled to 4k looks great visually, I've just bought a rtx 2060 supper as a stop gap card, I'm going to sell my RTX 2080ti whilst prices are high, I buy and resell PC parts for a living, so my RTX 2080ti was bought at a bargain price, with a nice profit to be had, even after using it for the past 10 months or so, but I'd rather cash in ahead of the crowd and hope that the RTX 3080 is a good price and is perhaps a bit faster than the 2080ti, which suits my 4k 60fps gaming setup.


You are same as me then! I am on 1080ti and play all the games I like on PC ultra wide and I am very happy with my experience. I too can't justify the price of this card but I understand this card is not aimed at people like me.

AMD Ryzen 9 3900X 12 Core - GEFORCE RTX 2080 Ti 11GB - 32GB DDR4 3200MHz - £2369.99 delivered @ Gladiator PC
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Posted 9th May 2020Posted 9th May 2020
AMD Ryzen 9 3900X 12 Core - GEFORCE RTX 2080 Ti 11GB - 32GB DDR4 3200MHz - £2369.99 delivered @ Gladiator PC£2,369.99
On the lookout for a high end Gaming PC and came across this which is I believe same price as parts, looks good to me thought worth a post! Can finance 12 months and pay no intere… Read more

Use https://pcpartpicker.com/ to check out parts on prebuilds, markets are bad for pc parts with low supply and high demand but all the 'building' sites are charging loads when they price up the parts on these sites and will charge you 300-500 for the build and delivery whilst offering often weaker warrantys than the sum of the parts if bought seperate and they often cut corners on the motherboards and power supplies to cut costs which you probably wouldn't notice initially but could ruin everything after a bit of time. There is also the risk of cherrpicked bad parts being offloaded into your new machine as it will come built you will not be able to tell if something new looking was a display model or had its chip tested and is known to be bad already or even if they've used refurbished parts if you don't know what your looking for. If you want a high end computer honestly build it yourself its easier than you think and theres a ton of resources and reviews on everything and pcpartpicker is great as it will tell you if your parts are compatible and how much power you'll need. If however time is a factor and money is no object and you really can't face it go with a really reputable brand through their official site like Alienware, there are a lot of random warehouses on industrial estates making these 'gaming' pcs but I would just stick with a really reputable named brand.


Totally agree.


No Idea cock, still using a cirrus logic 1mb....


Okay? I was just putting the rough build cost down. I'll be getting my 3070 (from a 2070) this year :) :|


Usually because some nugget will have the side off to 'modify' it..

3XS - High End Gaming PC with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and AMD Ryzen 9 3950X £3030 scancomputers_int eBay
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Posted 6th May 2020Posted 6th May 2020
3XS - High End Gaming PC with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and AMD Ryzen 9 3950X £3030 scancomputers_int eBay£3,030 Free P&P FreeeBay Deals
Basically I am considering a new build with high spec configuration. I am finding it difficult to decide between 3950x + x570 + 2080Ti and 3900x + B450 + 2080Super Purpose: … Read more

Technically not worth as you should wait for the new GPU's. However people are acting like this is a scam, it's not. This PC will smoke everything for the next 5 years. Yes you can price it together for 2.5K, BUT someone might want to spend £500 for ease of mine. Not everyone wants to be handline 2.5k worth of parts that they might mess up. So many pay a premium to avoid that stress. Personally I'd wait for the new Nvidia GPU's as RTX will be important for the next gen and the 2000 series suck at it. However prebuilds when done right aren't that bad. Its a premimum for peace of mind. Just have to make sure the parts inside "Make sense".


Hi @Rady_Christian and thanks for posting your first deal. I know it went a bit cold, but looks like you were able to get some great extra tips and advice in the comments underneath here (y) Look forward to seeing what you post next - thanks again!


Op, keep an eye on dell outlet. Bought plenty over the years and often some big savings to be had, esp if they additionally have a coupon going.


If you haven't already, use https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/ to create the spec you are looking for, for most parts it will show you the cheapest sites that they currently monitor.


There is never a perfect time to buy a new PC, there’s always a next-big-thing, but right now is a really bad time to be spending £3k on one. The chances that it will still compare well to the things that come out in the next 18 months are pretty slim. I also think you’re massively overestimating how much power you actually need. I would very strongly recommend you get a system for about, probably a bit over £1k, with a 3700X and something like a 2060 or 5700XT graphics card and a good amount of fast RAM. It’ll be more than capable of doing what you need well for 18 months while you see what AMD, Nvidia and (perhaps) Intel have got up their sleeves. If it’s a well built system you’ll be able to sell it for about half what you pay and then get a top spec system if you feel you need it.

Palit GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Dual Graphics Card, 11GB GDDR6, HDMI, DP, USB-C £849.95 Delivered @ cubscomputerwarehouse/eBay
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Posted 27th Feb 2020Posted 27th Feb 2020
Palit GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Dual Graphics Card, 11GB GDDR6, HDMI, DP, USB-C £849.95 Delivered @ cubscomputerwarehouse/eBay£849.95£981.9813% offeBay Deals
Another absolutely massive drop in price for a RTX card (the lowest price yet!), this is a fantastic competitive price for one of these cards! Overview: NVIDIA Turing™ Arch… Read more

Yeah if you play at 4k you'll see a big difference. But many people prefer higher details or FPS so run 1440p. All I can say is going from a 1080 to a 2070 super, I didn't find it an amazing change to the quality of my games. I've forgot what the actual point was lol but I think the new Xbox is going to be great regardless.


"100 FPS or 130" or "40 and 60" depending on game, details and resolution. And yes, many people would notice 40 vs 60 fps. I don't care about people, I care about me, it's me playing, not the people. I understand you own a 1080 so your comments.


EK Water Blocks EK-Vector RTX 2080 Ti RGB Founders Edition Water Block - Nickel + Plexi from overclockers


Isn't the 2080 30% faster than a 1080? Sounds a lot but that's 100 FPS or 130. Yes nice and all but not massively so and nothing that will blow you away. Graphics will look the same. Most people won't notice is what I'm trying to get at. Only reason I own the two cards is for two different computers. In a blind play test I wouldn't know them apart. So still not sure why you scoffed at my original comment tbh.


Between 70 and 100 fps I can see lots of difference. Can see it even more when it's 80 fps vs 120 as shown in the image below (so we are talking about almost 40% of difference). If you don't see differences being used to play to less than around 100 fps than the 1080 is good for you. It also matters the resolution. I personally play at 3440x1440 on a 120hz GSync monitor and even the 2080Ti in some games cannot hit 120fps (of course this can be easily achieved lowering the quality settings). I suggest you to not start playing at 120fps (I do it since the first ever 120hz monitor in 2012) as you will get used so easily that when playing to lower than 90/100 fps will be super easy to notice and you won't like. Kind of spoilt. I'll probably go for the 3080Ti if it will allow to have always 120fps with ultra quality settings everywhere.

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Zotac GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 11GB TWIN FAN Graphics Card £829 @ pcdcomputers eBay
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Zotac GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 11GB TWIN FAN Graphics Card £829 @ pcdcomputers eBay£829£939.9912% offeBay Deals
Cheapest price these have ever been :) Seller has 100% positive feedback. Zotac GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 11GB TWIN FAN Graphics Card ZOTAC RTX 2080 TI TWIN FAN GPU Active Fan Co… Read more

£800 for a that will be old in a few months....


Now available again :)


Too true....waiting for the RTX 9080ti myself. (y)


I'm looking forward to it regardless :)


What you need to consider is the time line. 2070 performance isn't bad, no. But if they were planning to release it mid-late next year, then it is bad. Yes it's a first attempt, but it's headed up by some people very experienced after Intel poached a number of AMD/RTG people, who really should be pushing for better.

ASUS GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 11 GB TURBO - Like New £894.50 @ currys ebay
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ASUS GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 11 GB TURBO - Like New £894.50 @ currys ebay£894.50eBay Deals
Double discount as a customer return they dropped the price and then with the voucher code you get an additional £100 off. ASUS GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 11 GB TURBO - Like New No… Read more

Exactly this, if you have a 1080ti theres been no reason to buy a new one unless ray tracing is truly a big deal to you but your paying a premium to have it.


The 1080ti was the last great value GPU. It will be years, if ever when we see another value like that. The only reason that card was so overpowered for the time is because Nvidia where scared of all the hype behind Vega 64 Which turned out to not be as good as the hype by the time it launched.


Used is not a discount. It's used price Looks like a failed mining card, see this with many blowers


https://www.ebuyer.com/857816-palit-geforce-rtx-2080-ti-dual-11gb-graphics-card-ne6208t020lc-150a?mkwid=s_dm&pcrid=51482416259&pkw=&pmt=&gclid=EAIaIQobChMImYC8gZH15gIVxrHtCh2txQZYEAkYBCABEgIdLfD_BwE I’d pay the extra £50 odd quid tbqh


Card came back as a customer return so less than 30 days old at most and at more than £130 less than the next cheapest RTX2080ti I can find brand new. Seemed like a good deal to me. you could use the money saved to easily buy a replacement 3rd party cooler or AIO watercooler for this card.