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ZOTAC GeForce® GTX 1080 Ti Blower (Stock Due Soon - Order available) £623.99 @ Novatech
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Can order this, stock is due soon according to Novatech, with GPU prices if you're desperate this is probably a good pick up, and you can always take the shroud off and watercool i… Read more
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Showing as £730 now :-(
Scottc1239 h, 35 m ago

Most people who do it in UK are in places where they are not paying the …Most people who do it in UK are in places where they are not paying the electricity bills e.g. parents, hall of residences, all inclusive rent etc Basically they are taking someone else's electricity and converting it into virtual currency of their own. I.e. Stealing and destroying the environment at the same time for selfish gain.


I doubt it, the one's living off their parents / or the students wouldn't/shouldn't be able to afford loads of GPU's.

I'm guessing you've read the Guardian article about the environment. That's basically only Bitcoin (Cash) / Litecoin / Dash Mining (not other cryptocurrencies) because the other GPU mineable (ASIC Resistant) cryptocurrencies use little energy (comparatively) as the difficulty isn't incredibly high.
rossysaurus3 h, 4 m ago

1060, 1070 and 1080 are still profitable because the performance per watt …1060, 1070 and 1080 are still profitable because the performance per watt is still good. Very few people are mining on 960, 970, 980 and 980Ti because the power requirements make them much less attractive than 10** series. When the 20** series are released (especially given the massive computer performance increase of Volta shown by the Titan V) miners are going to get ~double Performance per Watt from Volta cards compared to 10** series. If compute performance and coin production increases that much we may see BTC "reward era 4" by the end of 2018, halving the BTC payout for each block created. This would then make 10** cards much less profitable for all currencies as most people cash out smaller currencies into BTC then $. On top of that IF China and/or Korea ban/regulate/tax Cryptocurrency the rest of the world will follow causing its value to crash. Mere speculation of that has devalued BTC by almost half.


China has already banned Bitcoin exchanges back in September
darksideby18221 h, 9 m ago

For the outlay of components and cost of running is mining really worth it?


Around 5 months ROI - quicker if you don't payout to normal currencies (i.e. keep it as cryptocurrency and hope the value goes up).
chamelion5 h, 56 m ago

You know that's not quite the case right? long as cards are profitable, …You know that's not quite the case right? long as cards are profitable, good quantity of miners will just start a new rig with new cards. look at all the slower cards people are still mining with - you don't see the market flooded with 1080s and 1070s and 1060s now that there's a 1080ti. way to judge. I have solar - even after mining I'll be putting more back into the grid than I use, and I can multiply the profits on what I use by mining. True not everyone's on the same boat, but I'm actually quite proud of my setup from a returns + being green perspective.


1060, 1070 and 1080 are still profitable because the performance per watt is still good. Very few people are mining on 960, 970, 980 and 980Ti because the power requirements make them much less attractive than 10** series. When the 20** series are released (especially given the massive computer performance increase of Volta shown by the Titan V) miners are going to get ~double Performance per Watt from Volta cards compared to 10** series.

If compute performance and coin production increases that much we may see BTC "reward era 4" by the end of 2018, halving the BTC payout for each block created. This would then make 10** cards much less profitable for all currencies as most people cash out smaller currencies into BTC then $.

On top of that IF China and/or Korea ban/regulate/tax Cryptocurrency the rest of the world will follow causing its value to crash. Mere speculation of that has devalued BTC by almost half.
10 T-SHIRTS + FREE ZBOX WORTH £9.99 FOR ONLY £29.99 - LESS THAN £3 A TEE - 	IWantOneOfThose
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Mystery Geek T-Shirt - 10-Pack Description From Marvel to DC Comics, Deadpool, Star Wars, Bill & Ted’s great adventure, Game of Thrones and many more popular film and TV… Read more
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Bought these before. Hit and miss designs - 8 wearable, 2 ended up as decorating shirts. But at 3 quid a t shirt they're a bargain.
Bill and Ted’s Great Adventure!!

Its such a good film, I’m trying to think of a suitable superlative to describe it........
Deals good, reviews put me off. Someone also mentioned they shrink in the wash. Great price tho for 10 T shirts, adding heat
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I think the Z-Box is kind of like the subscription loot crates. The image below is from the website but i'm not sure how indicative of the content this is. 33088367-wgYg1.jpg
Same deal as Zavvi's.

What's a Zbox?
Zotac GeForce GTX 1060 6GB £249 - Amazon France
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The ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card is loaded with innovative new gaming technologies, making it the perfect choice for the latest high-definition games. Powered by NVID… Read more
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AzeemB12th Jan

what are people mining with this?


Camembert maybe!
mobilephoneuser14th Jan

No idea why this went so cold.I'm not in a rush so ordered it for …No idea why this went so cold.I'm not in a rush so ordered it for £235.This was the cheapest price I could find a 6Gb 1060.And if I do find one cheaper before it comes in stock, I'll cancel this one.Many thanks op


Just an update... Arrived today.
bluecityste13 h, 57 m ago

What's the noise level? Low enough to heat a toddlers bedroom ?


im in a tiny box room hardly bigger than a double bed, doesnt pose a threat to hearing what so ever.
fans at max 80%, temp now maxes at 55*C still getting 25mh/s and rest of build is watercooled on quiet mode 20*C
Shame the card isnt watercooled mind(highfive)
timidluke13th Jan

im getting roughly 25mh/s on my 6GB with upped memory clock on OC card and …im getting roughly 25mh/s on my 6GB with upped memory clock on OC card and temp no higher than 60*C I bought the card for £270, surely thats well worth the diffeence between the 3GB and 6GB or is the gpu price really gone that ti*s up?


What's the noise level? Low enough to heat a toddlers bedroom ?
No idea why this went so cold.
I'm not in a rush so ordered it for £235.

This was the cheapest price I could find a 6Gb 1060.

And if I do find one cheaper before it comes in stock, I'll cancel this one.

Many thanks op
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Zotac GTX 1060 Mini 3GB £174.98 + Free Delivery @ Novatech - £174.98
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Not a bad deal for the GTX 1060 3GB GPU. Seems to be one of the cheapest 1060 3GB options currently. Free delivery.
Good deal, good card. Heat added.
Linksmutis27 m ago

Lucky for me then, I've got 1080p predator with g-sync, so it should be …Lucky for me then, I've got 1080p predator with g-sync, so it should be amazing improvement from my current pc. Bough this one and all other remaining components to build (first time) a pc and upgrade from this all crap i got now. Everything arriving on Friday, so wish me luck.


Good luck, games play better when you build yourself
haritori7 m ago

Eurogamer did apeice on it, and its basically says unless your aiming for …Eurogamer did apeice on it, and its basically says unless your aiming for 1440p + at 60FPS then the 3GB is plenty fine.



Lucky for me then, I've got 1080p predator with g-sync, so it should be amazing improvement from my current pc. Bough this one and all other remaining components to build (first time) a pc and upgrade from this all crap i got now. Everything arriving on Friday, so wish me luck.
Linksmutis2 h, 40 m ago

How much better 6gb version is actually better? In user.benchmark website …How much better 6gb version is actually better? In user.benchmark website it shows it's about 10% better. So when you think 6gb version sells for 250 and this one you can grab for 175. Is it worth to wait for 6gb version sale?


Eurogamer did apeice on it, and its basically says unless your aiming for 1440p + at 60FPS then the 3GB is plenty fine.
FireOnAWire26 m ago

I guess I'll be ordering Volta at launch then to get a next gen card at …I guess I'll be ordering Volta at launch then to get a next gen card at RRP.


Well yeah they will only go up in price☺
Zotac NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11 GB with Blower Graphics Card - £623.99 @ Amazon
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cheap ass 1080ti 11gb card can get a tad bit loud under load though.
It’s the cheapest “founders edition” pcb on the market if you looking to put it under the water.
Same price at nova tech or ebuyer? Also quidco and destiny 2 from those.

Personally I'd pay £30 for the amp extreme as this one is loud, hot and throttled (from personal experience when £580 at ebuyer)

Won't need any heating this Xmas though
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Zotac NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080Ti 11 GB AMP Extreme £662.59 Amazon
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I went mad to get one of these a while back after loving my 1080 version... Have a FTW3 now but noticed this was a pretty good price. No Destiny 2 though in stock in 2 days Just … Read more
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d3k3 h, 13 m ago

No chance that i5 6600k would bottleneck the 1080ti. There must be …No chance that i5 6600k would bottleneck the 1080ti. There must be something else bottlenecking in your system or maybe you simply miss understanding the bottlenecking as plenty people do.


I know it did because I owned it. And I assure you, I know how these things work.
Spark6th Dec

No idea but I do know it wasn't just me. BF1 is fine until you get into …No idea but I do know it wasn't just me. BF1 is fine until you get into the big 64 player battles.


No chance that i5 6600k would bottleneck the 1080ti. There must be something else bottlenecking in your system or maybe you simply miss understanding the bottlenecking as plenty people do.
How can I get the Destiny 2 code, am I even able too?
It's gone up in price, no longer valid
Leeman2016 h, 42 m ago

a massive upgrade, this kills a 980ti so i dont know how much it beats a …a massive upgrade, this kills a 980ti so i dont know how much it beats a 780ti but i can imagine a lot.


No comparison. It's like having the amiga compared with a PS4. I would have said Xbox one but the amiga is probably faster.
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cheapest Zotac GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Mini GeForce GTX 1080 Ti - £585.74 at Amazon.fr
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Cheapest 1080ti in the market for today. Not the best cooling or overclocking, but this costs way below full size cards. Zotac GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Mini. Family Graphics Proces… Read more
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imdurc23 h, 12 m ago

Failed? It's an opinion. You don't have to agree, but at least don't let …Failed? It's an opinion. You don't have to agree, but at least don't let your ignorance blind you. It's Nvidia's business, I agree, but overall, their actions at times have not been good for the industry. While I was vague in my previous response, let me correct that.Nvidia's gameworks is a downer - http://www.forbes.com/sites/jasonevangelho/2014/05/26/why-watch-dogs-is-bad-news-for-amd-users-and-potentially-the-entire-pc-gaming-ecosystem/Nvidia's tesselation fiasco is well documented with Crysis 2 - https://techreport.com/review/21404/crysis-2-tessellation-too-much-of-a-good-thing/2 (This hurts Nvidia users as well) On a related note, The Witcher 3's "Hairworks" is another bizarre one. AMD, as they usually seem to, came up with the "TressFX" effect, a form of simulated hair. They made it open and useable by all, including Nvidia. Before the updated Tressfx 2.0 was released (https://wccftech.com/tressfx-hair-20-detailed-improved-visuals-performance-multiplatform-support/), Nvidia created their own crippling performance version called "Hairworks" - http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-2015-does-nvidia-hairworks-really-sabotage-amd-performanceAnother questionable step, was when Nvidia put out a dodgy Batman Arkham Knight 60fps PC video (2nd last paragraph) - https://www.reddit.com/r/KotakuInAction/comments/3b3wtb/industry_nvidia_possibly_sped_up_a_batman_arkham/Now, Nvidia developed G-Sync, a fantastic idea to remove stuttering and frame-tearing. The only drawback? They charged monitor makers (and end-users) for it. Still, it's nice tech. However, AMD developed Freesync which is, well, free. It adds no additional cost to the monitor maker or end-user. Intel have embraced it - https://www.extremetech.com/gaming/212642-intel-will-support-freesync-standard-with-future-gpus - And recently, Microsoft decided to integrate the 2nd version of this tech into their Xbox One X (then known as Project Scorpio) - http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-2017-project-scorpio-supports-freesync-and-hdmi-vrrLook, I'm not going to lie here, I've owned both AMD and Nvidia cards over the last 15 or so years. In the past, I've been happy to go with whichever gpu maker I wanted. That led me back and forth between Nvidia and AMD. However, 2-3 years ago, I was doing some graphic work when I noticed something odd about the HDMI output on Nvidia cards. It turns out that Nvidia required a fix to show full RGB (http://www.pcgamer.com/nvidia-cards-dont-full-rgb-color-through-hdmiheres-a-fix/), At this point, I turned back to AMD. I'll be honest, I'm happy running the Asus Fury Strix, but, a 1080ti is damn tempting.In other words, go with whatever card you wish. In the end, it means nothing to either of us. I'm just unsure about swearing allegiance to either side in this matter. AMD is no saint (https://www.pcworld.com/article/3240264/components-graphics/amd-quietly-radeon-rx-560-graphics-cards-worse.html). But, overall, I find their business practices a little more bearable than Nvidia's. Maybe that will change. Honestly, I hope so. Everyone would benefit.



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imcconvey29th Nov

Oh yes the fact are Nvidia are a business and making massive profits every …Oh yes the fact are Nvidia are a business and making massive profits every year and releasing products that the competition can't even come close to. A business that generates more income to develop GPU technology so we as gamers can play our games at higher frame rates, higher detail levels and higher resolutions regardless of how they got there. Which is basically through developing new products and letting them speak for themselves allowing the consume to make a choice. What an absolute farce that is.You failed.


Failed? It's an opinion. You don't have to agree, but at least don't let your ignorance blind you. It's Nvidia's business, I agree, but overall, their actions at times have not been good for the industry. While I was vague in my previous response, let me correct that.

Nvidia's gameworks is a downer - forbes.com/sit…em/

Nvidia's tesselation fiasco is well documented with Crysis 2 - techreport.com/rev…g/2 (This hurts Nvidia users as well)

On a related note, The Witcher 3's "Hairworks" is another bizarre one. AMD, as they usually seem to, came up with the "TressFX" effect, a form of simulated hair. They made it open and useable by all, including Nvidia. Before the updated Tressfx 2.0 was released (wccftech.com/tre…rt/), Nvidia created their own crippling performance version called "Hairworks" - eurogamer.net/art…nce

Another questionable step, was when Nvidia put out a dodgy Batman Arkham Knight 60fps PC video (2nd last paragraph) - reddit.com/r/K…am/

Now, Nvidia developed G-Sync, a fantastic idea to remove stuttering and frame-tearing. The only drawback? They charged monitor makers (and end-users) for it. Still, it's nice tech. However, AMD developed Freesync which is, well, free. It adds no additional cost to the monitor maker or end-user. Intel have embraced it - extremetech.com/gam…pus - And recently, Microsoft decided to integrate the 2nd version of this tech into their Xbox One X (then known as Project Scorpio) - eurogamer.net/art…vrr

Look, I'm not going to lie here, I've owned both AMD and Nvidia cards over the last 15 or so years. In the past, I've been happy to go with whichever gpu maker I wanted. That led me back and forth between Nvidia and AMD. However, 2-3 years ago, I was doing some graphic work when I noticed something odd about the HDMI output on Nvidia cards. It turns out that Nvidia required a fix to show full RGB (pcgamer.com/nvi…ix/), At this point, I turned back to AMD. I'll be honest, I'm happy running the Asus Fury Strix, but, a 1080ti is damn tempting.

In other words, go with whatever card you wish. In the end, it means nothing to either of us. I'm just unsure about swearing allegiance to either side in this matter. AMD is no saint (pcworld.com/art…tml). But, overall, I find their business practices a little more bearable than Nvidia's. Maybe that will change. Honestly, I hope so. Everyone would benefit.
FlashDave28th Nov

Who does the best 1080ti card for cooling and overclocking?


MSi 1080 Ti Lightning Z or gaming X TRIO.... very cool and silent cards, only downside is you're paying a premium.
Overclocks better and way more stable than my evga 1080ti sc2
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Evga ftw3 ain't bad.. HUGE heatsink, tons of sensors, three fans... LEDs ....
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1060 Mini 3GB GDDR5 FREE delivery @ Novatech - £174.98
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Yes I know its the 3Gb model not the 6Gb, but its cheaper than anywhere else and a gd starting point for a rig! will play almost anything at 60fps in 1080p if coupled with the CPU … Read more
Rich442 h, 29 m ago

I bought the Amp edition (has 2 fans) of this from Ebuyer for £160 and …I bought the Amp edition (has 2 fans) of this from Ebuyer for £160 and free Assassins Creed game code a week or so ago. Really nice card, overclocks nicely and will do more if anyone figures our how to mod the BIOS to allow over volting.Decent card I don't think there's anything that can touch this (new) in this price range.


RX570 is the direct competitor. There are a few around for ~£180. The GTX1060 is slightly faster at 1080p on average, uses less power and overclocks better. The Radeon has 4GB of memory though and supports free sync.
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ritchiedrama13 m ago

It will.




I managed to get these into the basket which is 4x4 2400 but amazon said as its now out of stock they may not arrive, but they are paid for so fingers crossed eh....

amazon.co.uk/ADA…h=1
Mr_G135 m ago

good find! and at this time of year i guess its more 'IF' it comes back …good find! and at this time of year i guess its more 'IF' it comes back into stock lmao!


It will.
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ritchiedrama3 m ago

https://www.amazon.co.uk/G-SKILL-F4-3200C16D-16GTZR-Trident-PC4-25600-Channel/dp/B01MTDEYHU/Order it for when its back in stock, very good price.


good find! and at this time of year i guess its more 'IF' it comes back into stock lmao!
Mr_G1314 m ago

I was a bit gutted to be honest, just finished building a rig for my bro …I was a bit gutted to be honest, just finished building a rig for my bro and a few friends and didn't manage to get one part with any free games at all... black friday weekend sucks lmao! don't suppose you have found any decent ddr4 ram for under £170 have you? only thing I am struggling to source after everyone took too long to to get on the 8gb single dimm adapta deal which was on amazon yesterday...



amazon.co.uk/G-S…HU/


Order it for when its back in stock, very good price.
Zotac Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 6GB Mini Graphics Card - £218.99 @ Amazon (Stock due on 30th Nov)
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Stock due on 30/11. Back down to the price it was a few months ago. I'm personally not a fan (no pun intended) of single fan solutions, but might be useful for someone.
jav74749 m ago

I'm not looking to overclock my gpu, would anyone still recommend me a …I'm not looking to overclock my gpu, would anyone still recommend me a single fan card?



My EVGA SC gets a little loud when under a decent load. Might be the norm though as i've always had quiet dual fan cards so can't compare.
Edited by: "AcceptedWalnut" 22nd Nov 2017
jav74740 m ago

I'm not looking to overclock my gpu, would anyone still recommend me a …I'm not looking to overclock my gpu, would anyone still recommend me a single fan card?



Yes they're fine.
The 1060 isn't high power draw hence the small pcb design. A single fan card will be absolutely fine.

Serotonin13 m ago

OOS



They've given me an estimated delivery date of 23rd-27th Nov so not long to wait. I'm happy with that as it means I can keep hunting for a better deal throughout the next week.
OOS
I'm not looking to overclock my gpu, would anyone still recommend me a single fan card?
I'm hoping for any 3gb variant for 149. Probably not happening tho.
Zotac GeForce GTX 1060 6GB Mini £218.99 @ Overclockers
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Zotac NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB Mini Graphics Card; 1280 Core, 1506MHz GPU, 1708MHz Boost In stock on November 30th on Amazon Available now on Overclockers UK.
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FireOnAWire26 m ago

Bargain!Didn't see any yesterday. Nice find.


there was only 1. i was on at midnight cause i remember the good stuff sells instantly
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frothar7 m ago

i virtually stole the one i got in the amazon warehouse 20% off. only £190.



Bargain!
Didn't see any yesterday. Nice find.
i virtually stole the one i got in the amazon warehouse 20% off. only £190.
SpyJoe2 h, 30 m ago

Is this a good choice for mining?


No AMD cards are better due to their architecture. Mining is not profitable, so you should only really consider it as a hobby or if you get free electricity. If I were you I'd research cryptocurrency and invest the money in that which will likely net you more money than mining will. There are over a 1,000 cryptocurrencies and it's a high risk high reward game.

reddit.com/r/C…cy/

Coinmarketcap currently gives data on 1,319 of them >

coinmarketcap.com/all…ll/

I would strictly advise if you don't know what you're doing, do not invest until you've learnt more and researched it. It's very easy to screw up transfer of money and lose it. There are currently very limited real world applications for crypto, it's an emerging technology, invest wisely and don't gamble.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 22nd Nov 2017
Is this a good choice for mining?
Zotac NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8 GB Mini Graphics Card - Black (Pre-Order) Available 1/12/17 £349.99 @ Amazon
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Looks like the cheapest 1070 mini on the market right now. Price guarantee by Amazon in case price drops. Take on one of the most challenging, graphics-intensive games without … Read more
Serious question, I have an MSI 4gb gaming edition GTX 970, is this worth upgrading to? I'd be pairing it with an i5-4460 and not gaming above 1080p.

Really tempted to upgrade if it makes a huge difference but the videos online aren't really giving too much away.
CatBusStop6 h, 58 m ago

OEM's/AIO's may bin chips to guarrante higher factory overclocks, but …OEM's/AIO's may bin chips to guarrante higher factory overclocks, but definitely not worth that much extra.



Correct, they may do. If I remember right some manufacturers might have 2 Tiers, with the Tier 1 cards being those Super OC cards with massive amounts of cooling and more VRM modules for users to OC with or do custom cooling to push them to the max.

But unless reviews (multiple, never trust one as it may be a hand picked sample sent to the reviewer) have shown the upper tier cards to be significantly faster and therefore worth it for the price increase, then most likely it just boils down to looks, cooling solution, noise, and price, in whichever order you deem important.
moogle21st Nov

No, all OEMs will be given the same type of GPU chips. All that might …No, all OEMs will be given the same type of GPU chips. All that might differ is their card designs and coolers. You will not get any extra performance for that £80-100, unless it's a different GPU chip like a 1080 inside.


OEM's/AIO's may bin chips to guarrante higher factory overclocks, but definitely not worth that much extra.
nevergofull1 h, 26 m ago

This or …This or this?https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01GRCYPE6/ref=asc_df_B01GRCYPE61511179200000/?tag=pric097-21&creative=22374&creativeASIN=B01GRCYPE6&linkCode=df0&smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLEI appreciate its £100 more, but is it £100 more performance? Genuine question for anyone in the know!


Generic rule, any 1070 above £350 is too expensive. Below £340 is a good deal.
Definitely not black friday worthy, it was the same price over a month ago.
Zotac GeForce GTX 1080ti Amp @ Amazon France - £621 delivered.
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Seems like a great price for a 1080Ti given it's also a Zotac (great warranty) card. Lowest price AIB Ti I've seen since the freakish July prices (£608 / £582 FE). Card is curren… Read more
The_Hoff59 m ago

Ok bud, keep an eye on the prices. Hagglezon.com is the site I use to …Ok bud, keep an eye on the prices. Hagglezon.com is the site I use to reference EU pricing.I'll expire this one.


Thanks for the link, that will be very handy
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CorvusCorax1 h, 23 m ago

~£673 now


Ok bud, keep an eye on the prices. Hagglezon.com is the site I use to reference EU pricing.

I'll expire this one.
~£673 now
The_Hoff49 m ago

£809 for both?NVM, 20%. But £809 used? Ha... not really 20% off, more like …£809 for both?NVM, 20%. But £809 used? Ha... not really 20% off, more like 5%.



Looking around at other resellers i thought it looked more like a 100 quid off...for "Like-New" so thought it seemed ok.
Plus you can also "haggle" (rip off is another dscription) with Amazon to possible get a further reduction after it's been delivered.
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chapchap13 m ago

2 Like New EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 GAMING through Warehouse are …2 Like New EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 GAMING through Warehouse are available for around £647 if that is your thing.https://www.amazon.co.uk/EVGA-GeForce-GAMING-GDDR5X-Technology/dp/B071CPWFVJ/ref=sr_1_3?m=A2OAJ7377F756P&s=warehouse-deals&ie=UTF8&qid=1511259765&sr=1-3


£809 for both?

NVM, 20%. But £809 used? Ha... not really 20% off, more like 5%.
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Zotac GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Mini £612 /€692 del @ Amazon.fr
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Zotac GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Mini, coming out at a very good price for the mini card, especially given Zotac's excellent warranty (5 year). Pay in EUR using Revolut or similar fee fr… Read more
The_Hoff32 m ago

Not a shame if you have a small case...

With great cooling I hope. The other option would be to strip the aircooler and watercool it.
garryallen16 m ago

Does it have disadvantages compared to a full-sized card? Noisier?

Yes you will struggle with temperatures therefore fans have to run faster hence noisy
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inoxx3 m ago

Shame its a mini. But good price.


Not a shame if you have a small case...
inoxx3 m ago

Shame its a mini. But good price.



Does it have disadvantages compared to a full-sized card? Noisier?
Shame its a mini. But good price.
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1070 Mini 8GB GDDR5 Graphics Card £365.80 - Novatech
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GTX 1070 for a decent price. Free delivery. Better than 1060, worse than 1080, same as 980Ti. Same as 1070 but smaller. +25MHz boost clock on reference 1070 card. GPU Specific… Read more
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MysticalUndies8 m ago

Yeah I've seen it sits a few fps below in most games, I wasn't denying …Yeah I've seen it sits a few fps below in most games, I wasn't denying that. My point was there isn't really much in the price at the moment so you might as well get a 1080. They quite frequently rock up on here for 430ish. I'd pay 10 quid extra as the 1080 overclocks really well. The 1070ti is overpriced. Unless the 1080 price has been bumped to compensate.


Well, the MSRP is fair, but the real world pricing has been ****** for a long time. I can't see any 1080's close to 430 atm, and we can't take sale prices as 'fair' because well, there will be 1070 ti's that rock up for 30-50 quid less too, soon enough.
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ritchiedrama4 m ago

It does perform similar to a 1080, at least from the benchmarks from …It does perform similar to a 1080, at least from the benchmarks from several sources I have seen today.

Yeah I've seen it sits a few fps below in most games, I wasn't denying that. My point was there isn't really much in the price at the moment so you might as well get a 1080. They quite frequently rock up on here for 430ish. I'd pay 10 quid extra as the 1080 overclocks really well. The 1070ti is overpriced. Unless the 1080 price has been bumped to compensate.
MysticalUndies1 m ago

At £419 for the cheapest you'd expect it to perform similar to a 1080. I …At £419 for the cheapest you'd expect it to perform similar to a 1080. I paid a similar price for a 1080 MSI gaming Z.


It does perform similar to a 1080, at least from the benchmarks from several sources I have seen today.
ritchiedrama3 h, 17 m ago

1070 Ti is closer to 1080 perf (and matches in some cases) aswell.

At £419 for the cheapest you'd expect it to perform similar to a 1080. I paid a similar price for a 1080 MSI gaming Z.
Themadcow1 h, 41 m ago

Considering I bought my 1070 over 6 months ago for £320, and the 1070ti is …Considering I bought my 1070 over 6 months ago for £320, and the 1070ti is due on the market soon... I don't think this is too hot. Depending on your mini-ITX case, the mini form factor isn't always needed - I have a full size 1070 in my Raven RV02 case which is just 10cm wide.The problem with some smaller FF cards is that the heat dissipation is worse, leading to performance throttling - which makes for worse value for money.


1070 Ti is closer to 1080 perf (and matches in some cases) aswell.
Zotac Amp! edition 1080 Ti £659.99 at Overclockers UK
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Seems like a decent price for the card given its' non-reference design. Currently running an Amp! Extreme 980 Ti and am thinking about upgrading. My first post so what do you guy… Read more
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LoveDealz28th Sep

These should be £599 by now. Especially with the pound strengthening.



Yep already I said above but googled to be sure

There's always something ;(((

wccftech.com/nvi…mp/
I think it's the price of memory that's keeping these prices high. Really want one but it's hard to justify to the wife.
robodan91828th Sep

mehseems like a regular price to me


12% off, normally £749.99 plus you get a free game - Middle Earth which is meant to be OK bar the stupid ammount of micro transactions.
Great price, was about to post myself. Normally £749.99. Buying this week. HOT
LoveDealz1 h, 49 m ago

These should be £599 by now. Especially with the pound strengthening.


the closer we get to brexit the fewer people are willing to take that bet

expect RRPs to remain inflated in the expectation that the pound will drop on or before March 29, 2019.

Not being political - just being reasonable. Uncertainty breeds fear, which absolutely must affect the economy and the pound.
ZOTAC Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 6GB only £224.50 @ Amazon.it
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Pretty much the cheapest way you are going to get a GTX 1060 6GB card from a good retailer, stragnelky enough according to 3 Camels, this is the cheapest this card has ever been, I… Read more
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Like I said, set an alert for Camelcamelcamel.com for this product across the different sites, and you'll be notified when it drops below the price you asked for.
Uncommon.Sense31 m ago

Yeah, keeps moving, was down at €247 on Friday, and then back up to €255, t …Yeah, keeps moving, was down at €247 on Friday, and then back up to €255, then to €280, and back down again. No idea why I just follow it on the 3 Camels.


I'll keep a look out. The best I've seen it this weekend is 262 euro on amazon.de which is 230 quid
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sabacabaret16 m ago

Is it? I see £250


Yeah, keeps moving, was down at €247 on Friday, and then back up to €255, then to €280, and back down again. No idea why I just follow it on the 3 Camels.
Is it? I see £250
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TehJumpingJawa28th Sep

I don't think this should've gone cold.


Never underestimate the complexities of HUKD. Still available at this price.
Zotac NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB Blower ( + Free Game) - £591.99 @ Ebuyer
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azzintheclass15 h, 21 m ago

It's gone to 649.98 with 2 in stock, was going to order too. I was …It's gone to 649.98 with 2 in stock, was going to order too. I was literally checking all day for 1080ti deals, I goto the gym and this crops up! Good find for the people that picked it up though


That happens to me all the time
Dreaming of an aftermarket cooler one for this price
Aren't these the ones with the cooling issue... No thermal tape on the MOSFETs?
good deal at original price, shame they had to get greedy and up the price for the remaining few they had left...
Up to £650 now
ZOTAC Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 8GB AMP! Edition £449 @ Amazon.it
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Good GTX 1080 with a solid 5 year warranty if you register it within a 28 days of purcahse. Dispatched & Sold by Amazon. Once in the basked the card is €509.50, then … Read more
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guitarguy65627th Oct

Price looks great! how do i order it to a UK address? Do i go throught a …Price looks great! how do i order it to a UK address? Do i go throught a 3rd party or something? Any advice would be great as google isnt turning much up



for anyone wondering, went to live chat with amazon and they were able to get it ordered for me. win
Price looks great!

how do i order it to a UK address? Do i go throught a 3rd party or something?

Any advice would be great as google isnt turning much up
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Price is down a bit now under £449, 7-10 lead time on delivey now though.
The_Hoff22nd Sep

Enjoy the screen door:[Image]


Loving how the prices on gtx is dropping atm.

Ps I own both vive and rift and you only notice SDE if your looking for it and both have it. Both have pros and cons but overall the vive is better experience and the reason the vive is a popular party piece when friends are round and my rift spends most it's time in the cupboard...in fact I wish I'd sold it before they dropped to 399 as I've only had it out once In last 4 months to show a friend the comparison
I ended up getting a 1080ti Amp Extreme from the Amazon Warehouse for £570... yeah I said until it arrived as a 980ti in a 1080ti box.... not happy
Zotac Geforce GTX 1080 Mini X 8GB GDDR5X £440 @ Amazon.de
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This is now available at Amazon.de a little cheaper than before, works out at £440 inc shipping.
Edited by: "Uncommon.Sense" 21st Sep 2017
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Down again as the Euro is at 1.134:1£.
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Thanks to the BoE, this now is working out at £452.79, so save another fiver.
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michaeljb11 m ago

Good price and size if you need a smaller card, but on the negative …Good price and size if you need a smaller card, but on the negative reviews suggest bad coil whine and loud fans that are always ramping up because of high thermals


Coil whine can vary from individual card to card. As for the fans ramping up, yes I agree that is something likely to happen in a small cramped case, but if you want a high end card you don't have many to chose from that will fit. I fixed up the 1070 version of this card for an acquaintance, replaced the thermal paste, and pads as he didn't want to return it, knocked about 8c off the fully loaded temps which we in the mid 70's.

I was hoping EVGA might do a mini 1080 but no such luck, as I'd like to try them in a test build I am doing, and need the 1080 for the compute side of things, but it needs to be short, as it's for a 10U flight rack case.
Good price and size if you need a smaller card, but on the negative reviews suggest bad coil whine and loud fans that are always ramping up because of high thermals
PreOrder of a Zotac NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Mini 8GB Graphics Card - £339.98 @ Ebuyer
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Great price for a Zotac NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Mini 8GB Graphics Card - the closest I can find is £389.99 at Amazon, a pre-order as well.
Hmm I have an rx 470 and might be able to sell it close to this to a miner! Only cost me 150 quid but seen them selling crazy prices on ebay to manic miners
jlvqpr2 h, 3 m ago

Cheers both . I have learnt something whilst i approach 2 months waiting …Cheers both . I have learnt something whilst i approach 2 months waiting for that amazon quicksilver 1070 that is probably never coming !


Waiting for the same card, also pre-ordered a 580 off amazon for ~£220 when it looked like that was not coming, I expect my next card will be Volta or whatever AMD releases after Vega.

Also with regards to the mini 1070s, from the reviews I have read, they do actually run quiet and cool, they sacrifice a couple fps over the other AIB 1070s to keep it like this but the 1070 is not a very power hungry card, so isn't as thermally demanding.
Edited by: "Dayksa" 31st Aug 2017
Cheers both . I have learnt something whilst i approach 2 months waiting for that amazon quicksilver 1070 that is probably never coming !
jlvqpr44 m ago

Are there any issues with mini cards or are they just as good as the …Are there any issues with mini cards or are they just as good as the normal ones ? Ta


fewer fans = faster spinning fans to keep gpu cool (but also lower area of finstack to draw up heat) = hotter card & louder fans
If you have the space for a bigger card, go for one
I upgraded from a 1-fan R9 nano to a 3-fan GTX 1080Ti and now it's whisper quiet even when mining (in downtime - I bought the Ti to game)
jlvqpr28 m ago

Are there any issues with mini cards or are they just as good as the …Are there any issues with mini cards or are they just as good as the normal ones ? Ta


I used one of these (the exact model) for 6 months, before upgrading to a GTX 1080 - had no problems whatsoever.

Ran perfectly and quietly.

Highly recommended, though I got mine cheaper and I even made a profit when selling it
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