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Water cooled MSI GeForce RTX 2080 SEA HAWK X 8GB Graphics Card with battlefield V! - £789.99 @ Ebuyer
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Water cooled MSI GeForce RTX 2080 SEA HAWK X 8GB Graphics Card with battlefield V! - £789.99 @ Ebuyer
£789.99£939.9616%Ebuyer Deals
This price is for the water cooler version, great price considering the normal one details at 720, Cheapest in the Uk!
Drei69

This is no longer available. Cheapest price is now £813.18

Drei69

For anyone interested, I ended up getting this card from Amazon. Alas I did not get any of the offers with it (Battlefield 5 or Steam Voucher) and the prices have gone up so it seems. eBuyer no longer has the card either.First of all, the card has a protective film all over the main case. Not only that but the plastic wrapper goes all the way down to the water block. I have no idea how you are supposed to remove that without actually removing the case. I am a little worried that if it heats up that plastic might melt, come off or even catch fire.Second thing, it was a mission to fit it in the case, the water pipes are on paper 32cm, however I would say that you won't get more than 30cm at best to play with.I am still running a Windows 7 with a GTX 980 rig, personal preferences, trying to keep Windows 10 bloat-ware out of my system as long as I can. Laptop has it and I hate it, can hardly run anything more niche, but anyhow. Also CPU is running at 4.1Mhz. No idea why the benchmarks are not reading that.Due to Windows 7 you will run into this issue. This is due to the nvidia usb type-c port policy controller driver which is not supported/working in Windows 7, only Windows 10. Just disable them.Default Temp was idle at 28 degrees and 54 under full load. Slightly more when OCed as per Superposition Benchmark.My benchmark scores have doubled if not tripled. I am also running it OCed. Please bear in mind that I have not uploaded the GTX 980 and RTX 2080 Default figures except for the Superposition Benchmark. All images are of the OCed Benchmarks. I can upload the defaults if need be.As they say a picture is worth a 1000 words so here it comes.OCed Core Clock can go to 150 but had a crash there once, so I went slightly lower.GTX 980RTX 2080 DefaultRTX 2080 OCedGTX 980 = 73/1839 8.8/450RTX 2080 Default = 142/3576 9.3/299RTX OCed = 155.3/3912 35.3/302.5GTX 980 = 73/.7/3084 22.3/138RTX 2080 Default = 124.6/5213 26.3/215.4RTX OCed = 133.2/5574 41.7/220.8RTX 2080 Default = 20448RTX OCed = 21511

Drei69

Have a look here: http://www.redgamingtech.com/turings-crown-jewel-nvidia-dlss-benchmarks-with-final-fantasy-15/ That looks like %20+ performance increase.

Drei69

So, has anyone purchased this? Interested to know what the feedback is, how hot does it get?

aberboy007

no gpu will get a 20 to 30% fps increase, thats a huge amount, 10fps gain is possible maybe 15 at a stretch, ppl bought the rtx range for ray tracing and thats absolutely pointless untill you have the moster 2080ti which has been proven, and tbh who the hell is going to stop mid game and go, ooh thats a nice reflection XD the only rtx that makes sense is the 2080ti imo, otherwise get a 1080ti

inno 3D RTX 2080 FOR £659.99 INCLUDING BFV @ Overclockers
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inno 3D RTX 2080 FOR £659.99 INCLUDING BFV @ Overclockers
£659.99£679.993%Overclockers Deals
I know its going to be downvoted but for people who wish to get the best deal for the product that they know they want, here is something that may entice you. I saw the deal whi… Read more
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schmoog

Combo of underwhelming RTX, fabrication issues, bad press, poorer FPS/£ and marginal performance improvement on 1080. The lifespan of this gen is gonna be short I suspect. These cards will likely crash in price given in time; I don't see demand keeping up with the 10 series. Whilst I've had a better experience with Nvidia cards I'd say go for whatever AMD has lined up; they stand a good chance of taking over Intel I reckon. Ryzen is already doing well.

quertbarbie62

The gpus were getting better and cheaper, until the mining craze kicked in. add the economic pressure of brexit as well. If you will be building a new rig, it would probably be cheaper to go to america, build it there, have a quick holiday, bring rig over here and you will still have some pub money after that to celebrate.

ironyoung

Yeah its kind of like a drug. Once you go to the higher value you need to shovel more cash in more often to stay on top of the curve. Im scared of ever going to 4K when you need to spend £1200 just to maybe get consistent 60fps I shudder to think the withdrawl symptoms for those at the bleeding edge when SLI support was just abandoned. What happened to the 4K 144Hz £2000 monitor, Quad SLI TitanXP folk. When the day comes and the next 70 starts at £800 you will see me queuing for the playstation 5

quertbarbie62

im currently using a 1070 gpu playing 1080p@144hz , this is why im not jumping to switching into higher spec cards or monitors, as when i do, i would need to buy both. and i don't want to buy them at this point. maybe if one of them breaks down, or if i see a deal so tempting. I really don't see myself upgrading for another 2 years or so.

RoronoaZoro

Inno3D is known for 3 things Lowest price at releaseBottom-of-the-barrel binned chips (see previous point)Bad warranty if the card is actually defective (which is growing likely with RTX cards), as you have to send it to China. I wouldn't go with Inno3D, especially for my main rig, unless you are on a absolute shoestring of a budget. But even if you're aiming to squeeze out what you can on a low budget, simply buy a 1080ti new/barely used on eBay for anywhere between £550-650 (there's loads) and you will get the same if not better performance than a 2080 (especially an Inno3D variant), without the added risk of overpaying for the prone-to-overheating 20-series chips.

ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 2080 AMP - £701.99 @ Amazon with a free copy of Battlefield V
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ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 2080 AMP - £701.99 @ Amazon with a free copy of Battlefield V
£701.99Amazon Deals
Cheapest i have seen so far for a decent brand of 2080
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Drei69

By the way, when you find a good deal on a 1080 Ti or 2080 please let us know:)

Beehj84

Cool ... all irrelevant given this was a deal for a 2080 for £700 ... WEEKS AGO ... and at the time the 1080ti was over £100 cheaper. What the prices are today is utterly irrelevant to THIS thread and my comment on this thread, again ... made WEEKS AGO, a point I made in my previous reply. In other words, my comments based on the posted pricing from weeks ago has no relevance today. This shouldn't even need to be said really ... Cool. Good for you. Again, all entirely irrelevant and without purpose today. I'm going now, in case you want to keep replying pointlessly.

Drei69

Also the Ti Mini, no thanks, don't fancy cooking my eggs and bacon on it.

Drei69

I get that it that on offer (as in 5) you can grab it at £600 or just under, on offer you can also grab a 2080 at 600 or under, funny enough there is a 2080 at under £600 right now. Sure we can hold on more:)

Beehj84

Well this post was 2 weeks ago and before Black Friday, for starters, but here's a couple from around that time: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/zotac-gtx-1080ti-mini-graphics-card-55998-at-ebuyer-54998-w-cashback-3120813 https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/asus-nvidia-geforce-turbo-gtx-1080ti-11-gb-gddr5x-like-new-57457-delivered-amazon-uk-warehouse-3108436 https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/geforce-gtx-1080ti-gaming-oc-black-57899-overclockers-uk-3094077

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 8GB XC GAMING Graphics Card at Scan for £699.98 (C&C Bolton / £711.48 delivered)
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Posted 19th Nov 2018Posted 19th Nov 2018
EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 8GB XC GAMING Graphics Card at Scan for £699.98 (C&C Bolton / £711.48 delivered)
£699.98£7608%Scan Deals
I think 699 is good for that GPU. Could be cheaper but given the fact that 1080 Ti prices aren’t dropping this looks like a good deal :) Also that EVGA XC version is slightly ove… Read more
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thevigilantcitizen

This offer also includes a Battlefield 5 download.

stevedarkly

Another thing, those 600 pound notes would buy you the flagship of the GTX range. This is waaaaaaay beyond normal price inflation and disregards the fact that tech is continually getting cheaper (or offers more power for the same amount of money, however you look at it). Nvidia are having a laugh right now with RTX, they've rushed out a technology in its infancy that even the mighty 2080 Ti cannot meaningfully exploit, developers aren't ready for it and it's not affordable for the masses. Ray-tracing is coming but Nvidia have played their hand for this generation of cards and it's clear RTX isn't going to offer the level of performance we've come to expect from "affordable" cards. As it is, current benchmarks are showing the GTX 1080 Ti and RTX 2080 to be equal performers in rasterised applications (pretty much every game you own), and given the £1200 2080 Ti is barely managing 60FPS @ 1080P with RTX enabled the "standard" RTX 2080 isn't going to be an easy sell while there are so many 1080 Tis floating around.

M0nk3h

You could save more if you're not phased by eBuyer: https://www.ebuyer.com/868377-msi-geforce-rtx-2080-ventus-8gb-graphics-card-rtx-2080-ventus-8g

zorbathegeek

I think PC gaming is a giant rip off in general. We must be mad. I could buy this card to upgrade from my 1080p setup, but then I'd also have to fork out for a monitor that can make the most of its capabilities. Yikes.

LazybeatX

Geez not what you want when paying over a grand for a gpu.

Palit GeForce RTX 2080 GAMING PRO 8GB OC Graphics Card - £699.97 @ Laptops Direct
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Posted 30th Oct 2018Posted 30th Oct 2018
An excellent high end GPU card for as little as it has ever been in UK. If you suspect the new generation gpu will drop in price soon, think again; few reasons why: Brexit uncert… Read more
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zorbathegeek

Reviews I've seen say it's fine. Slightly faster than the founders edition and quieter at idle. Amazon returns policy and free delivery? No brainer!

Drei69

£575 on Amazon. I purchased it due to cheaper than 1080 Ti:), delivery estimate is Jan/Feb:) Will leave it there in as TBC status. If I find anything else better I can always cancel it. Cancelled it, crappiest 2080 out there. Would rather pay a little more, like the £699 deal at PC World:(

koftinho

Barely any performance difference between this and the 1080ti and considering the rtx cards are suffering a high number of failures i'd warn people to steer clear of these cards for the moment. As for the guy telling you these prices won't drop, he is talking garbage. This launch has been a disaster and although the majority of failures are the 2080ti, there is a larger than normal amount of failures of the 2080 being reported as well. Unless you are buying from someone who has a good return policy and the price is around the 599 mark don't listen to guys like the OP at all and touch these cards with a barge pole.

Mugginz

Good find. Seems to be beating of the 1080 Ti FE by a few fps in each of the tests here, bar one or two. Can't vouch for this reviewer as it was just the first hit I found. Also watched without sound, so may have an annoying squeaky voice :)

FireOnAWire

NVidia are out of their minds with RTX pricing. They've gone full Apple. I'm eager to see Steam hardware stats. Cards like these are not going to be mainstream. Not when Pascal offers much better £:performance. Let's hope they don't sell too many and we see a more realistic RRP. I won't hold my breath though. Will hold on to my Strix 1080 Ti for a while longer.

Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 now available to purchase on the official UK Nvidia site - £749
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Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 now available to purchase on the official UK Nvidia site - £749
The GeForce RTX™ 2080 is powered by the all-new NVIDIA Turing™ architecture to give you incredible new levels of gaming realism, speed, power efficiency, and immersion. This is gra… Read more
sinxa

Thanks for clarification....

OP_

A year or two? Double that easy.

iceburglettuce

I presume RTX is proprietary and Nvidia won’t let AMD use it, just like hair works, in order to Gimp AMD.

aberboy007

been reading about nvidia releasing 7nm middle next year, amd begining of the year, so why are nvidia releasing rtx cards now :/

EDEN188

Personally, I think NVidia is keeping the RTX GPUs price high so the GTX 10XX series looks cheap in comparison, so they can shift these old stocks. For now, if you want high performance GPU for gaming, you only have NVidia. I have picked up a RX580 for a third of this price, less fps, but perfectly playable (60fps) on Forza 4 with ultra settings. If I really want more fps, I can easily get another for CrossFire and still save enough for a 3rd :).

Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti now available to purchase on the official UK Nvidia site - £1099
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Posted 18th Oct 2018Posted 18th Oct 2018
Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti now available to purchase on the official UK Nvidia site - £1099
Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti now available to purchase on the official UK Nvidia site. NVIDIA’s newest flagship graphics card is a revolution in gaming realism and performance. Its … Read more
Hearnia_2K

Not a deal, this is RRP.

iceburglettuce

Personal preference I guess. But you will have enjoyed “ultra” settings in games from 2-3 years ago which will be the equivalent of “very good” now. I’m arguing against improvement which I don’t want to do, but a good game from a few years ago with decent graphics is a good game now with relatively slightly lower graphics

sinxa

I know right?? Oh well, guess I have to stick with 2

steve_bezerker

I think it makes a huge difference personally. If I had never seen ultra then yes but I have so everything else is ruined now. That's why console looks like poo to me.

iceburglettuce

I have a PC. I run on ultra, I just don’t think it’s that big a deal when playing games. Screenshots look great, the diff between very high and ultra isn’t usually that much. What I was saying is that if it wasn’t there you wouldn’t miss it.

ASUS GEFORCE RTX 2080 ROG STRIX OC 8192MB £899.99 + £9.90 del - £909.89 at Overclockers
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ASUS GEFORCE RTX 2080 ROG STRIX OC 8192MB £899.99 + £9.90 del - £909.89 at Overclockers
£909.89£999.959%Overclockers Deals
Seems a few details aren't out yet for OC? But for anyone after one then the discount maybe worth it? SPECIFICATIONS ROG-STRIX-RTX2080-O8G-GAMING Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 PCI-Expre… Read more
MrCharlie

Lol

CaptainCheapestcheap

Like an idiot I'll pay £700 for one of these (just don't see the point in going from a 1070 to a 1080ti) but not a penny more. Hoping the cards tank and we get much better pricing

chriskrt

wow. no common sense from these companies anymore. £200 extra for custom cooling solution? and prices from nVidia... they really must think we are all morons.

garybb

Saying nothing COLD

Flash_Hazardous

OR you can get a 1080 Ti, which is similar performance-wise, for less. Theres a reason the 2080s are selling so poorly, the use case just isn't there, you're essentially paying for a feature you can't experience yet (as no/few games support RT). IMHO, unless you have money to throw at a 2080 Ti, it makes most sense to skip this generation (don't be an early adopter) and buy into the technology once its more mature, has more games that support it and can run said technology at better than 60 fps.

Inno3D GEFORCE RTX 2080 TWIN X2 OC 8192MB £709.99 + £10.50 delivery - £720.49  at Overclockers
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Inno3D GEFORCE RTX 2080 TWIN X2 OC 8192MB £709.99 + £10.50 delivery - £720.49 at Overclockers
£720.49£728.991%Overclockers Deals
Seems a nice bit of discount. SPECIFICATIONS Boost Clock: 1755MHz Memory: 8192MB 14000MHz GDDR6 Cuda Cores: 2944 SLI Ready VR Ready PhysX/CUDA Enabled NVIDIA … Read more
iceburglettuce

Surely get a 1080ti instead if u want that performance?

Koyakami

Ahhh I didn't know about the £10 delivery charge - jesus. Sorry folks! :)

avi312singh

Might as well wait till black Friday

GH69

£8 does not strike me as a "nice bit of discount" on something that costs over £700. Maybe it's the cheapest, but that does not automatically make a Hot deal IMO.

PNY GeForce® RTX 2080 Ti 8GB XLR8 GAMING OC TWIN FAN £776.99 @ Amazon
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PNY GeForce® RTX 2080 Ti 8GB XLR8 GAMING OC TWIN FAN £776.99 @ Amazon
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Pay top money for top end graphics.
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zorbathegeek

If Black Friday was actually decent, and Nvidia had any competition, this would be the price.

chapchap

So no cheap 1080TIs it seems so far :(

danimal

2080 turned up :(

Bob_Tomato

Did anyone actually try ordering this and if so what turned up?

MysticalUndies

Seems to run it fine according to Toms hardware. Far Cry only uses 4gb vram @ 4K ultra and Oddessy uses just 6gb so don't think the amount is an issue.

Asus GeForce RTX 2080 OC Graphics Card £715.49 Ebuyer
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Asus GeForce RTX 2080 OC Graphics Card £715.49 Ebuyer
£715.49Ebuyer Deals
Best price I've seen for a pre-order ASUS 2080 RTX OC.
quertbarbie62

My previous gpu was a gtx660, i just bought a 1070 a year ago. built another rig and put the 660 into it, still runs monster hunter, pubg, gtaV, among others, though i did sell it yesterday as i manage to get a 1060 for just a bit above the price i sold my 660 for :). no reason to be in-line with the current generation just for the sake of it. I still run a 4790K.

maltikism

Well. If you held off on ordering the 1080Ti for the next gen ones? Are you expecting these to be worse than the last gen or something?

DrexGodar

Loads of content on Netflix, some on Amazon. Plenty of Blu-Rays available, iPlayer had events in HDR, Football, Tennis, most good TV's output 10 Bit, Dolby Vision can actually be 12 Bit which can be dithered and shown on a 10 bit panel very well. PC Monitors only support HDR10 and their implementation in most cases barely qualifies as HDR, PC monitors have been a joke for years, behind the curve and overpriced. Do not compare them to TV's.

cbflazaro1

people are going crazy for "HDR" when theres basically no HDR content. Not even my 100% RGB monitor on my pc can display 10bit. its just a marketing gimmick

milby

Personally I'm loving my £400 Optoma projector - with an 8ft display Thats some good bang for buck display size (cheeky)

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