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Most Nvidia GPUs are available at MSRP in the UK

MSRP pricing for most 10-series GPUs

Most Nvidia GPUs are available at MSRP in the UK

Most Nvidia GPUs are available at MSRP in the UK

GPU mining has seen a massive decrease in popularity in recent months, thanks in part to a rapid decline in profitability, driven by a reduction in the price of Bitcoin and difficulty spikes when mining most altcoins (alternative cryptocurrencies).  

This drop in mining profitability has ultimately led to decreased GPU demand, causing prices for most graphics cards to decline in recent weeks, especially in the Geforce camp. 

When conducting our usual price checks on hardware, we found that most of Nvidia's GTX 10 series of Pascal GPUs are now available at their MSRP pricing. While this data is specific to our local UK market, we can now see GPUs ranging from the GTX 1060 6GB to the GTX 1080 Ti shipping at Nvidia's MSRP pricing at retailers or close to it.

Below we have included a table of Nvidia's 10-series of Pascal GPUs, the pricing of the cheapest model at Overclockers UK and their pricing on Nvidia's online store. We have also noted whether or not each of these GPUs is currently available from Nvidia directly. We have linked to both versions.  

 

 Nvidia Founders Edition
(MSRP pricing from Nvidia)
Availability?Cheapest model on
Overclockers UK
GTX 1060 6GB£279.00Both£259.99
GTX 1070£379.00Retailers Only£389.99
GTX 1070 Ti£419.00Both£419.99
GTX 1080 £529.00Both£499.99
GTX 1080 Ti£679.00Retailers Only£689.99

(Most of Nvidia's high-end 10-series is available at or below Founders Edition prices)


Right now only two models are available at prices that are notably higher than Nvidia's Founders Editions at retailers, the GTX 1070 and GTX 1080 Ti, though when looking at Overclockers UK's cheapest models the difference is only £10, with Nvidia UK offering no availability on their website. 

For now, the mining craze seems to be winding down, bringing a little normality back into the GPU market, though pricing for Radeon graphics cards remains high, particularly for RX Vega series graphics cards. 

You can join the discussion on Nvidia's GPUs shipping at MSRP pricing in the UK on the OC3D Forums

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27-04-2018, 12:43:56

Bagpuss
Probably just as much to do with the fact that they're all going to be EOL in about 2-3mths, rather than any decline in mining.Quote

27-04-2018, 12:50:34

Darkdayzzz
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Originally Posted by Bagpuss View Post
Probably just as much to do with the fact that they're all going to be EOL in about 2-3mths, rather than any decline in mining.
While not technically EOL they will be "potentially" replaced with whatever NVIDIA has coming out next for the gaming market. Now whether they will actually introduce a new gaming variant of Volta in this year is another thing altogether.

Personally I don't see them bothering this year as AMD has nothing to offer for competition yet and so why would NVIDIA play any of the cards they have in their hands without seeing what AMD has. Because lets face it, that is how it almost always happens between those two companies.

But I digress...just put Pascal is not becoming EOL any time soon simply because that isn't what EOL stands for. EOL stands for "end of life" or when a product will no longer be supported / updated / maintained / marketed by any part of the company..so think Windows XP getting its EOL Quote

27-04-2018, 13:09:48

TheF34RChannel
Only 1140 euro here! Jeeh! Price decline my.... Stupid country lolQuote

27-04-2018, 13:16:48

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Bagpuss View Post
Probably just as much to do with the fact that they're all going to be EOL in about 2-3mths, rather than any decline in mining.
No, no I would totally say it is because mining has plunged. It really has. Last week I saw two Titan XP (big pee like mine) sell for £500 each with blocks on. That's the extreme low, but 1080Ti are now changing hands for £540 or so. Not a whole load of AMD yet, apparently the 580 and 480 are still pretty good but yeah the Nvidia stuff is flooding in now.

Oh to add. I really hope Nvidia has made loads of GPUs they now can't sell. It would serve them right (and I said that months ago).Quote
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