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Brilliant Nvidia GTX 1080 Black Friday Deal - £440

Buy a high-end Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 1080 GDDR5 8GB OC for the same price as a 1070TI with this incredibly Black Friday deal.

News by Tom Orry, .

If you’re hoping to snag a great price high-end PC gaming GPU this Black Friday, Amazon have got the Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 1080 GDDR5 8GB OC WF3 PCI-E at a rather lovely £440. While that might sound a lot (and is), it’s a great price for what is one of the best GPUs you can currently buy.

The Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 1080 GDDR5 8GB OC will transform your desktop PC into a rather incredibly gaming monster, especially if you’ve already kitted it out with a strong CPU, decent RAM and a nice fast SSD.

While the GTX 1080 has gone out of stock, there is a good deal on a GTX 1070 that you might want to snap up.

While you might be thinking this is expensive, it’s priced similarly to the lesser 1070Ti cards, and although about the same cost as an Xbox One X it packs far more performance. This card is in a completely different league to the processing power of the Xbox One X or any other console. You get what you pay for!

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  • Avatar for pennybags #1 pennybags 21 days ago
    Is there some reason a ton of Black Friday deals denominated in pounds are appearing on the USGamer front page? How is this of use to this site's audience?Edited 3 weeks ago by pennybags
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  • Avatar for sylvanes #2 sylvanes 20 days ago
    @pennybags Not to mention it's a shit deal! $583.14 USD for a 1080 is a ripoff, not a Black Friday deal.
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