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IziBartek
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The 1070Ti from newegg definitely :) 

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Current Rig=  AMD Ryzen 9 5900x, Asus Crosshair Hero VIII, EVGA RTX 3070 FTW3 ultra, 32gb Corsair Vengence Pro RGB 3000hz White, EVGA 750 P2 PSU, 1TB Samsung 980 Pro, 500gb samsung 860 evo, 250GB Samsung 850 evo, 2TB Samsung 970 Evo Plus, 2TB seagate firecuda sshd,  LianLi PC 011 Dynamic XL ROG edition, Corsair h150i elite capelix

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And btw, Im in ireland and NewEgg is based in USA. Would the long shipping time have potential damage to the card?

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The link on newegg comes factory overclocked while the amazon one does not according to the comments, if that matters to you at all

Shipping sucks

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37 minutes ago, IziBartek said:

And btw, Im in ireland and NewEgg is based in USA. Would the long shipping time have potential damage to the card?

You have't taken into account import tax, stamp duty and shipping.  The newegg card will end up costing around 500

(* Above total does not include shipping, taxes or duties. Final charge amount will be displayed before order submission.)

 

You are better off using UK retailers, like scan, amazon, novatech, and overclockers UK.

 

As previously mentioned, right now the cheapest with decent warranty is 1070 is £380(EVGA, scan), 1070ti is £430/440(KFA2, Gigabyte, Asus, EVGA @ scan, overclockers, novatech), and 1080 is £465(laptopsdirect after promotion) 

 

If you must have a strix, it is 1070 - 432, 1070ti - 500, 1080 - 575, at the current 1070 strix price you can get a 1070ti

 

 

 

 

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39 minutes ago, kidanime3d said:

You have't taken into account import tax, stamp duty and shipping.  The newegg card will end up costing around 500

(* Above total does not include shipping, taxes or duties. Final charge amount will be displayed before order submission.)

 

You are better off using UK retailers, like scan, amazon, novatech, and overclockers UK.

 

As previously mentioned, right now the cheapest with decent warranty is 1070 is £380(EVGA, scan), 1070ti is £430/440(KFA2, Gigabyte, Asus, EVGA @ scan, overclockers, novatech), and 1080 is £465(laptopsdirect after promotion) 

 

If you must have a strix, it is 1070 - 432, 1070ti - 500, 1080 - 575, at the current 1070 strix price you can get a 1070ti

 

 

 

 

Well shit

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2 minutes ago, IziBartek said:

 

Well shit

Laptopsdirect is running a 34 quid off promo, I am talking with their buyers tomorrow, we may able to get a 1070ti for under 400 quid :D 

AMD R7 2700 | 2x8 3000Mhz Corsair LPX | B450M Mortar  | GTX 1070 6GB | Noctua DH-N14 | Corsair MP50 480GB | BitFenix Phenom M | Corsair AX760 | Khadas Soundboard + JDS Labs Atom | Debian 10 SID

 

Thanks let me know if I said something useful. Cheers!

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4 minutes ago, kidanime3d said:

Laptopsdirect is running a 34 quid off promo, I am talking with their buyers tomorrow, we may able to get a 1070ti for under 400 quid :D 

What would you recommend to change for a man with a budget of 1450 pounds? This is what I came up with https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/TBZKWX

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41 minutes ago, IziBartek said:

What would you recommend to change for a man with a budget of 1450 pounds? This is what I came up with https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/TBZKWX

What is the primarily and secondary purpose of the build?

AMD R7 2700 | 2x8 3000Mhz Corsair LPX | B450M Mortar  | GTX 1070 6GB | Noctua DH-N14 | Corsair MP50 480GB | BitFenix Phenom M | Corsair AX760 | Khadas Soundboard + JDS Labs Atom | Debian 10 SID

 

Thanks let me know if I said something useful. Cheers!

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