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Inno3D GTX1080 £517 ~AUD$918 Delivered @ Overclockers UK


Pretty good price to get into a 1080. Currently reporting 10+ in stock.

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  • interesting deal since the rest of their cards are very overpriced…

  • Yeah bit of a mixed bag of prices on there atm, including the 1070s.

    But if you're not brand picky 919 delivered is pretty good for something in stock.

    Shipping is usually fast from them though via DHL or Fedex, cant remember which they use so you get it pretty fast.

  • This or asus strix for $1230?!?!?!?!?

  • Mine says preorder

  • Thanks OP, just pulled the trigger on one of these, my bank account cried out in pain but YOLO!

    • I hate to break it to you, but you've died 10 times already. Press Tab to check the scoreboard.

      • Sorry but that one's gone straight over the top of my head!?!

        (card is working beautifully though despite the broken bank account :)

  • Had anyone had any experience with Inno3D cards to vouch for their quality?

    Also how bout the warranty, will overclockes/Inno3D provide support for grey importers?

    • Used to have inno3d 8800gt card without issue. Still going in my family machine.
      I believe all warranty will be back to the country of origin. That's the reason for the lower price you getting for importing the card.

  • For those likely to want to know more info about Inno3D:

    They're quite a well-established brand out of Hong Kong, and their parent company (Innovision Multimedia Limited) is mostly a computer hardware distributor.

    The Inno3D cards are sold primarily in Asia and Europe, similarly to Colorful (perhaps another brand you haven't heard of). They did release a whole host of 900 series cards, and noone seemed to suggest their products weren't up to scratch.

    They mostly tend to use reference PCBs on their cards. Their coolers are generally pretty good designs, partly because a lot of their aftermarket coolers take cues from Arctic Cooling's GPU cooling products.

    (For the past two generations, they've released hybrid cards with Arctic Cooling's Accelero Hybrid coolers on them - in other words, they've been doing hybrid cooled Nvidia designs longer than EVGA, MSI and Gigabyte)

  • Inno3D have been around for very long time, good well known brand.

  • it should cost around 936-940 AUD now due to currency rate