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ZOTAC GEFORCE GTX 1070TI AMP EXTREME 8192MB GDDR5 PCI-EXPRESS GRAPHICS CARD £388.95 / £410.45 delivered @ Overclockers
Found 8 h, 20 m agoFound 8 h, 20 m ago
This card has amazing overclocking capabilities while keeping temps in the 50 degrees range which is crazy. Hot?
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I don't think the 1070ti is a good price, the 1080 are just about similar price maybe a little more but are a better value at the moment


Okay first you skip on the generation and ignored the 770 why because it proves my point if you skip 2 generations 50% is reasonable. You claim 50% improvement on GTX970 to 1070 was that really the case ... nope Look I know it depends on how you view the stats but the same is true on 1080 to 2080 if you look at the benchmark tools they show they show much higher numbers as well. However if you look at the game FPS which is what most people are concerned about the improvement was 36% before. It maybe slightly less this time but until the drivers, games and card designs have been optimised we wont know for certain. http://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-GTX-970-vs-Nvidia-GTX-1070/2577vs3609 I do agree on the price vs performance but that is expected when the 1080 launched the 970's where still a better value. It is very rare that a single generation will make the previous one pointless. The reason for this is that the software development takes time to get the best out of the hardware. Who knows if the ray tracing feature will even take off. I see the card for what it is the next generation steping stone but also taking a big step in the next level of graphics. Companies have to take a risk now and then if we are to make any big jumps forward. If you have the money and want to jump on that train then yes you take a risk. If you are on a 1080 does it make any sense to upgrade no it really does not. However that should not be a shock but if your one a couple of generations down it does just give the market a bit of time for the price to come down.


20% improve gen to gen? No, that's not even close to the norm. Just looking back recently we have: GTX670 -> 970 was a full 50% improvement. Why did I ignore the 770? Cuz it's still Kepler and was just a rebranded 680. GTX970 -> 1070 was another 50% improvement. That said, the difference with Turing is more like 30% over Pascal. But the large increase in price, along with a more-than-two year wait seriously reduces how exciting these cards are. We've literally gone *backwards* in performance-per-dollar, which is absolutely unheard of.


What you mean is everyone was stupid enough to listen the reviewers on youtube over hyping the release claiming the card to be the second coming of god and then slamming the company when it did not meet those stupid high targets. The 2080 is about is about 20% on average higher than the 1080 and the 2080TI is between 20% and 30% depending on the games. That is pretty much on par with the type of generation shift we always see. Yes the 2080 early editions are over priced but then so was 1080 when it came out that is hardly news. It is no shock that the 1080 still have a place as will the 1070's and 1060's and 1050's. The early tech people with money have bought up the foundations editions at those prices so they are not going to change too soon but expect to see the prices drop over the next 6 months as more 2080, 2070, etc come to the market and hence the last gen will also get cheaper. dont expect an quick massive price drops that just does not happen unless companies need to dump the stock.


I'm thinking that an RTX2070 won't be much faster than this in your average game, especially as this is an AMP card. But it'll probably be £550 just for a basic one. I'm a big fan of Zotac cards and these extreme models are usually top quality. I have had many over the years and they frequently hit big clocks like the best EVGA and Asus models, but for a good 10-15 percent less money than those brands.

Zotac Geforce GTX 1080 AMP 8GB GDDR5X Graphics Card £454.98 Ebuyer
Found 20th SepFound 20th Sep
Good price for a 1080 at this moment

Yep saw that, this one has 5 years warranty


Avoid the mini unless it's all you can fit. Scan currently doing a Gigabyte for £439... https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gigabyte-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-8gb-43999-44548-delivered-scan-3053675


Cheaper but louder


Yep mini is cheaper https://www.ebuyer.com/779029-zotac-geforce-gtx-1080-mini-8gb-graphics-card-zt-p10800h-10p And still has twin fans and the 5 year warranty of the other one.


I've been thinking about moving on my Asus ROG Strix GTX1080, ready for a 2080, especially as I've not even installed it!! (embarrassed)

Zotac GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Mini 8 GB - £388.43 for Prime Members only @ Amazon
Found 18th SepFound 18th Sep
Hi all, been looking to bite at a Graphics Card for some time now. I think this deal is not bad for a 1070 Ti? Browse to other sellers and there’s a Prime deal for £388.43. Hope t… Read more

I own the 1080 version and lots of moaners will say that the fans don’t shut off at idle, but they are practically silent and not a deal breaker. This is a great card and a great deal! 🔥🔥


This is a decent price for a 1070ti (though not extraordinary by any means), but with this model I would really only get it if you're specifically needing the small form factor, otherwise best to spend either the same or a tiny bit extra for a full sized card with more efficient thus quiet cooling. Heat added, especially for HTPC builders.


Great price

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Zotac GeForce GTX 1060 6 GB Mini - Good price for ITX builds at Amazon for £229.99
Found 16th SepFound 16th Sep
Coming in about a tenner cheaper than the previously posted Palit deal, and it's a mini if that's your thing,
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but apparently insulting people and being aggressive is a thing. LOL you've not been on the internet long have you (cheeky) ? If anyone does spot those £250 1070 give a shout out to all of us .....


That’s a bit of an overreaction. You were making a blanket claim that 1070s were sub-£300 when they’re simply not. There has been under 50 brand new 1070s sold on eBay under £300 since September last year. Reviewing those items, an awful lot are clearly fake, already opened or very suspicious looking Singapore imports. Brilliant for anyone that picked up one of these unicorn models, but that number represents an absolutely tiny % of the sold units and would be pretty unfair to assume a price correlation based on this small number, sold in a marketplace where the provenance is impossible to establish (aka is it nicked or not). The reality is that - although some have got close to £300 (the notable retail price of the 1070 Game Rock for £329 is a pertinent example) that’s simply not the price that the overwhelming majority (and it is 99.xx%) of consumers are paying for these cards. The only thing that is obnoxious is the prices - we know that and it’s what we have to live with. Correcting your inaccuracy is hardly obnoxious and is fair when we’re discussing the retail prices of the cards that came up in the thread, that’s all.


There were a quantity on eBay, new, under £300 last week, actually £250. A number of people here bought them: no 'random bargains', no 'off a mate', no used products. Don't be bitter and obnoxious by calling them 'pretend prices' just because you can't find them yourself.


When has - in recent months, if ever - a 1070 been sub-300? It’s an interesting conversation in this thread but let’s not diminish it by throwing out pretend prices. And it doesn’t count if someone got a random bargain once on eBay or snagged something off a mate or a closing down sale that would have passed by 99.9999% of people.


Still using gtx 970. I need a reason to upgrade but it still running top in sli setup

Zotac GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Mini 8 GB GDDR5 PCI Express Graphics Card - Black - £389.98 @ Amazon
Found 5th SepFound 5th Sep
Great little card! Also, currently the only GTX 1070 Ti that is under £400 new. Reviews are great for the card! Metal Backplate / VR Ready / Simultaneous Multi-Projection NVID… Read more
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My zotac 1050ti runs at 50 degrees whilst OC and it's all good. It only cost me £125 though, so 400 for a 1070ti still seems a bit pricey. Friend I play with has an evga 1080 - we're playing the same game with his settings on ultra/1440p and he's having over heating issues with it! So anecdotes... :P


OkI admit it was nicehash.... But it pays out bitcoin at least.


I strongly suspect you were not mining bitcoin with a 1070ti :) Maybe a fork of bitcoin like Bitcoin Gold but not bitcoin :)


why is this hot pls? wasn't there 1080 going for around £400 few days ago?


I had the non-Ti version of this for a few day before returning it. It ran at 80+ degrees in a mATX case under very minimal load. Might have been a faulty one to be fair, but the EVGA version I replaced it with runs so much cooler (and thus quieter). (also used the EVGA step-up scheme to move to a Ti version for a few quid extra).

Zotac GTX 1080 Mini Graphics Card £454.98 @ Amazon
Found 1st SepFound 1st Sep
Good deal on a Mini GTX 1080. From what I can find, this is the cheapest this card has ever been, for those looking to built a Mini-itx or compact PC this is a great card. The ther… Read more

Not quite. But with the limited cooling and a single power connector, the 1080 mini it doesn't overclock too well. This review gives a decent comparison between the two chipsets. Mining however might be a different matter... https://thepcenthusiast.com/zotac-geforce-gtx-1070-ti-mini-review/


Pserformance of a 1070 ti


(:I my bad, I haven’t seen that anywhere though??


It was £431.73 yesterday

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Zotac GeForce GTX 1060 3GB Graphics Card @ Amazon fr
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Price includes delivery of the graphics card. When delivering to the UK, and using my fee-free card, the total is £178.83. I know it only has one cooler and the new GPU's are right… Read more
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I Brand isnt going to be much difference in perfomance usually msi, gigabyte or asus is a safe bet. At 1080p 60hz a gtx 780 will run everything atleast medium. High and ultra for most games. For the ti i think 3gb vram will be the bottleneck seems a strange decision from nvidia.


Thank you very much for this comment! I've been looking for a card to upgrade to from my r9 270, so that games, especially pubg play better. I wouldn't have even thought of looking at this because of it's age, but it seems to fit the bill for a good price. Any idea which is the best version/brand for the 780? Also what do you think about the 780 Ti, better value for £30 more?


gtx 780 3gb for £95 in cex probably same perfomance as this if not slightly better and get 2 years warranty.


Totally, usually watching it very carefully, not just for gpus (: Ive literally just finished a new build, replacing my 2011 build, all second hand parts and all stable after hours of prime95, mem86 amd intelburn. Only had to return two lots of ram but im certain it was more compatability with my ryzen build, saved just shy of a grand thanks to warehouse & ebay.


There has definitely been more of this recently - I follow the scene and many miners in the UK gave up with the last drop in prices as electricity is expensive here, the other ones I spoke to said, get rid now while the prices are bad, have a break from mining and pick up when nVidia 11-series launches. Anyway a card that has been used for mining is probably better than one that's been used for gaming - mining: constant load, lots of airflow, undervolted and underclocked core vs. gaming: stuck in a case, fluctuating loads (heating/cooling), possibly OC'd (depends on gamer). Amazon Warehouse is a good place to look too and you get warranty - I've had an RX 570 for £155 recently from there, a GeForce 1080 Ti for £550, GTX 1070 for £270 (was sent back though as someone had done the 'swap it for a 1060 and see if Amazon notice' - they didn't) and a little one for the media PC - an RX 560 4GB for £49.

Zotac NVIDIA GeForce  Gtx 1060 6gb £302.94 @ Amazon sold by Scan Computers Intl Ltd.
Found 7th AugFound 7th Aug
Lowest ever. As close to 300 as possible I guess. If you are not waiting for 11xx series this is the time.

Now in stock at £240 on Amazon.


£240 now on Amazon, Albeit out of stock. Agreed £302 was over priced for what this is. A budget CPU in terms of brands.


the best edition ever


Just so you know this is the special edition. The ningkumpoop edition!


Even Amazon themselves are selling it £60 cheaper on the same deal page

Zotac GTX 1070 8 GB Mini - £379.98 @ Amazon
Found 25th JulFound 25th Jul
Decent Price
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Needs to be at least a 1070ti for that kind of money


Theres 1 full size AMP edition left for 1p less on the same page.


Performance, with no ability to overclock. At stock mine was over 10% worse than the other 1070's I have owned.


Poor in what way?


These mini's are poor compared the a normal 1070. Certainly not at this price

Zotac 1050 ti LP low profile 4GB (great for SFF Dell) - £156.95 delivered @ ebuyer
Found 19th JulFound 19th Jul
I have been looking for a Low Profile 1050 ti to go with the bargain Dell Optiplex I bought a few weeks ago I found the low profile versions tend to cost a premium over the standa… Read more
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I am interested in the same combo you have made. What kind of temperatures do you get on the GPU and CPU?


Just to confirm the card fits and works (actually a touch shorter than the card it replaces) Haven’t stress tested it yet but it ran through some benchmarks no problem One thing I did notice is the fans spin quite fast even when the card is effectively idle. Looked into it and appears to be a bios locked minimum so if noise is important to anyone that could be an annoyance (it’s not ‘noisy’ but I noticed it enough to check


Yes same one - happy to report working status for you when it arrives if you prefer to wait


The card draws 75W or less The reason they recommend 300W is to allow for other components and maybe subpar PSU ratings The Dell is bronze 240W and should have no trouble powering this (a cheap no brand PSU at 240W might be suspect)


@OP, Is this the Optiplex deal you picked up a few weeks ago - Optiplex ? If so, I bought the same machine. The PSU is mine is 250W. This card requires 300 according to the spec sheet. Am I missing something?

Zotac NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6 GB AMP Edition GDDR5 Graphics Card - Black £239.99 @ Amazon
Found 18th JulFound 18th Jul
Available with Prime! Back ordered until August 1st but could be a good deal for someone! XD
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they have a bog standard 24" 60hz ACER I think (1080p gaming), so it will be about consistent frames at decent settings (avoiding frame dips and so on)


have they got a FreeSync or a GSync Monitor? That would be the deal breaker for me. Performance is similar, so it would depend which monitor they have to fully get the most out of the card. :{


this or the RX 580 8GB? it's not for me I'm helping someone with an old build (i7 2600k) to upgrade GPU from a GTX 770 to a new mid range GPU for best price possible (with min 6GB VRAM)


Thx bought


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ZOTAC Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 3GB Graphics Card only £168.50 from Amazon.fr
Found 5th JulFound 5th Jul
Prices are still dropping, and whilst this isn't the lowest price a 3GB GTX 1060 has ever been, it certainly isn't terrible, and certainly won't be the last drop we'll see in the n… Read more
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Down to about £168-169 now. :)


Great price since the crypto currency price drops. Thank god!!


Not by much I guess, a lot of the 6GB cards are overpriced at the moment for the prime sale so expect similar prices as ebuyer when it hits.


Great price but be aware that the Amazon Prime day is on 16th so who knows if it’d go lower?

Zotac GEFORCE GTX 1070TI MINI 8192MB GDDR5 - £389.99 @ Amazon
Found 26th MayFound 26th May
Very low price for a 1070ti. Well suited for mini/micro-atx builds. Hits GTX 1080 performance when overclocked. Zotac offers a 5 year warranty if you register the card.

If the zotac 1070 and 1080ti are any indication of how loud these are then they are not loud, I'd say average until you go to 75% speed where it becomes a bit louder. They're definitely quieter than the blower ones.


Check the reviews on it. All say the same, it's a loud fan. Saying that, my EVGA 1070 can get loud sometimes. If you wear headphones its not an issue


Really? I have the 970 mini and it's not been that loud.


All the rumours swirling around the interwebs about the 11 series cards are bunk, Nvidia has no samples out there and what will be released will only be refreshes and rebrands of the 10 series. You might see some faster memory and higher core counts and things like that but Memory of all kinds is scarce at the moment.


I wonder if 1180 would have same performance improvements over 1080 as 10 series had over 9? that'd be pretty sweet.

Zotac GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Mini 8 GB GDDR5 PCI Express Graphics Card - Black - £381 @ Amazon
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
Metal Backplate / VR Ready / Simultaneous Multi-Projection NVIDIA Ansel / NVIDIA G-Sync / NVIDIA GameStream Vulkan API / Single Colour LED / Super Compact NVIDIA GeForce GTX 107… Read more

i saw this a few days ago and it disappeared, it may appear again from the same seller Memocow


I can see it as an option on the main screen at £381, but all I can add to the basket is £399...


there was one available which is gone


Good price, might wanna include @ Amazon at the end of the title


Looks good to me!

Zotac Gtx 1060 3gb - £179.97 @ Overclockers
Found 18th MayFound 18th May
This is a very good price for a cheap graphics card if you need one now. Price includes next day delivery by dpd. Yeah new cards are coming out but not for a while at this price br… Read more

Tell that to the devs bringing out 32-bit games using the same god awful engines.


I wish Nvidia would stop producing these cards, they are gimped compared to their 6GB counterparts and 3GB definitely isn't enough for newer games, hell it's not enough for older games like Fallout 4 if you plan to mod them to any degree.


I'd agree with this, having played skyrim with multiple mods, my gpu memory usage does venture well over 3gb and that's only at 1080p. 6gb+ definitely offers better future proofing.


It's only 3GB. I'd not recommend anything less than 6gb these days unless you want to play at 720P resolution.


Good card. Good price. Heat added.

Zotac GeForce GTX 1060 1152 NVIDIA CUDA Cores Mini 3 GB GDDR5 Graphics Card - Black £169.99 @ Amazon
Found 18th MayFound 18th May
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Someone got a couple of nice rigs on the cheap there.


the one for £170 is second hand indeed; the offer for 169.99 was 14 items and it has sold instantly ....


Not Amazon, but also available here for same price: https://www.overclockers.co.uk/zotac-geforce-gtx-1060-mini-3072mb-gddr5-pci-express-graphics-card-gx-108-zt.html Edit: Sorry, looks like there is a delivery charge.


Out of stock now


I can see it in the buying options, looks like it's second hand

Zotac GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Mini 8 GB GDDR5 PCI Express Graphics Card £399.95 @ Amazon UK
Found 15th MayFound 15th May
"Back-ordered. Due in stock May 19 -- order now to reserve yours" Looks like some of you have taken up the deal More stock arriving on 25th of May now if you can wait Fulfilled… Read more
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Yeah I went and educated myself on it - people were saying it was dead when they stopped with 3 and 4 way SLI but obviously it’s not. I remember tinkering with it years ago and it was such a hassle trying to get it to work well (optimised games as you say) for about 50% gain that I just decided not to bother properly again, sounds like they’ve improved it a lot. I know the physical link isn’t there any more, at least I hadn’t seen it for a while - maybe that’s because I’m firmly AMD because of the scarcity of nVidia and AMD hasn’t had it in ages. Maybe I’ll give it another go sometime though the PCs I game on (infrequently) have an R9 Fury and RX Vega and I don’t have 4K or 120/144Hz monitors so I am on the limit anyway, it might be wasted on me!


Crossfire and SLI are still there, the physically separate interconnect is going away though. PCI-E is fast enough these days that you don't really need it. The cynic in me says that it helps sell higher end, higher profit margin GPUs too. Why combine two cheap cards that nvidia makes $10 on when you could buy one expensive GPU that nvidia makes $300 on!


LOL I think I've got a voodoo fx 2 knocking around somewhere too


I realised and gave a factual response. I should've said no thanks in favour of an 8800GT though!


Not sure if you realise I was kidding? The card I said is over 13 years old lol

Zotac GTX 1070Ti Mini onsale @ OCUK - £399.95 (or Amazon linked in description)
Found 9th MayFound 9th May
*EDIT* - delivery price not included, so if you need standard delivery then its £409.85 **EDIT** - Amazon link here, kudos to Andreas0013 for the find: https://www.amazon.co.uk/d… Read more

Very Kind of you!


Don't worry about it mate. Your deal is further up the list now, and so long as it helps people to find the best prices, that's all that really matters. I'll expire this one instead :)


Apologies I may have stolen your heat. I posted the amazon deal, it didn't flag it up sorry. They are back in stock on 19th at the price you've shown. I can expire my deal if u want.


Great deal imo. I paid 350 for a 1070 last year, 50 quid more for a boost is worth the cash


Oh wow! Seriously? A company, promoting their own deals, on a deal based website? Outrageous

The Highest Edition ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1070 Ti AMP Extreme 8GB GDDR5 £469.98 @ ebuyer
Found 8th MayFound 8th May
There is three edition on ZOTAC GTX 1070 Ti: MINI AMP Edition AMP Extreme Edition What's different? Look at the picture. Anything else? MINI - £419.99 AMP Edition -… Read more

Great cooler on this. My high temps only get to 52 degrees. Good price but its from ebuyer!


That's Amazon mini and this is Ebuyer AMP Extreme


Different edition


Already posted here: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/zotac-geforce-gtx-1070-ti-mini-8-gb-gddr5-41999-amazon-2936616

Zotac GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Mini 8 GB GDDR5 £419.99 @ Amazon
Found 7th MayFound 7th May
Looks like it's the cheapest 1070 ti on Amazon. Seems good for the price
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Even if you wait for new cards the rrp will be higher and the relative performance increase won't necessarily be anything to write home about.


just you


We would normally see NVidia release a new series of cards each year. The current 10x0 series came out in 2016. Yes this 1070Ti version only came out in 2017, but that is only a variation on a model. All the talk has shifted now to what the next series will be and which tech conference they will use for the reveal. When they do it, past form suggests those new cards will be available about a month later, so retail are keen to shift any old stock before that happens. Recent weeks have seen steady reductions across the range - could be falling crypto, could be new cards, could be a bit of both.


Thanks op


Is it just me or Bitcoin price raised from £2900 to £6900 within last 5 weeks?

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