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** PALIT NVIDIA BLACK FRIDAY DEALS NOW LIVE **

Discussion in 'Latest News, Deals & Special Offers' started by Gibbo, 13 Nov 2019.

  1. Gibbo

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    Hi there


    We have some pretty EPIC deals from Palit on their NVIDIA cards on 2070 Super, 2070 and 2060, so get your Ray Tracing game on this Christmas:


    Palit GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER Game Rock 8192MB GDDR6 PCI-Express Graphics Card @ £449.99 inc VAT

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    NE6207S020P2-1040G, Boost Clock: 1770MHz, Memory: 8192MB 14000MHz GDDR6, Cuda Cores: 2560, VR Ready, PhysX/CUDA Enabled, NVIDIA Turing, 12nm Process, Real-Time Ray Tracing, 2 Years Warranty



    Only £449.99 inc VAT.

    ORDER NOW









    Palit GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER JETSTREAM 8192MB GDDR6 PCI-Express Graphics Card @ £458.99 inc VAT

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    NE6207SS19P2-1040J, Boost Clock: 1815MHz, Memory: 8192MB 14000MHz GDDR6, Cuda Cores: 2560, VR Ready, PhysX/CUDA Enabled, NVIDIA Turing, 12nm Process, Real-Time Ray Tracing, 2 Years Warranty



    Only £458.99 inc VAT.

    ORDER NOW







    Palit GeForce RTX 2070 Dual 8192MB PCI-Express Graphics Card @ £374.99 inc VAT

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    NE62070018P2-1160A, Boost Clock: 1620MHz, Memory: 8192MB 14000MHz GDDR6, Cuda Cores: 2304, VR Ready, PhysX/CUDA Enabled, NVIDIA Turing, 12nm Process, Real-Time Ray Tracing, 2 Years Warranty



    Only £374.99 inc VAT.

    ORDER NOW






    Palit GeForce RTX 2060 StormX 6144MB GDDR6 PCI-Express Graphics Card @ £278.99 inc VAT

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    NE62060018J9-161F, Boost Clock: 1680MHz, Memory: 6144MB 14000MHz GDDR6, Cuda Cores: 1920, VR Ready, PhysX/CUDA Enabled, NVIDIA Turing, 12nm Process, Real-Time Ray Tracing, 2 Years Warranty



    Only £278.99 inc VAT.

    ORDER NOW








    Nvidia RTX! The Rules Have Changed! Promotion - Call of Duty: Modern Warfare @ £49.99 inc VAT

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    Only £49.99 inc VAT - FREE with above RTX cards!!!!

    ORDER NOW






    Epic prices from Palit, the 2070 crushes a 2060 Super and is the same price and is more than a match for the similar prices 5700 XT, the 2070 Super just dominates all with its 1080Ti beating performance for much less money. :)
     
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  2. Mr G

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    Pending reviews i might be swayed by the 2070S... but only a 2 year warranty though!!!
     
  3. Gibbo

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    There are more expensive cards with 3yr warranty, Palit being informed they should upgrade their warranty but any change in said won't happen overnight, take them months/years to make such a decision.
     
  4. Mr G

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    I've owned a JetStream before and it's a solid and silent card. Thinking hard about this but any deals on 2060S incoming?
     
  5. Gibbo

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    Not really, the 2070 deal kind of renders 2060 Super useless as the 2070 is a much superior card, even if we got 2060 Super down to £329, you'd be mad not to grab the 2070 at £375 its way more powerful.
     
  6. Mr G

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    Yeah that's true. Good deals so far, watching with interest. Always bought from OcUK and will do again, holding on for now though just in case you pull a nice deal on a 5700XT!
     
  7. Gibbo

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    5700 XT is in progress, Mech OC so far is best at £368.99, but am pushing for a much better deal on the reference blower 5700 XT's and trying to get Nitro and Devil down to £399 for Black Friday.
     
  8. marco.da.man

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    great deal
     
  9. joelk2

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    what about normal 5700's? anything coming on them?
     
  10. Gibbo

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    We did the Mech OC 5700 at £299, but they have sold out, I am pushing MSI to support additional quantity to get the price back down and they are saying they will support it but later this month closer to actual Black Friday, we jumped the gun expecting stock to last but they sold properly quick. :)

    Am also pushing for a 5700 MBA (blower) deal at an even lower price as well. :)
     
  11. joelk2

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    cool, the blower i think will be the one i'd be going for. happy days
     
  12. Mr G

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    Cash waiting... And just found out about the Aorus 5700XT? 29th November! Gonna be a tough choice now!
     
  13. orbitalwalsh

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    depends on your screen . if you have freesync that supports G-sync not bad. if your rocking a 60/75hz screen... might want to be thinking of 144hz + ;)
     
  14. Mr G

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    Cheers for making my wallet cry, it's gone into hiding somewhere in the house as we speak. It's another upgrade on the project books.
     
  15. orbitalwalsh

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    more Freesync monitors have gotten G-sync approval - new and old
     
  16. Mr G

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    Followed the news regarding this sometime ago and about time. Any good budget 32" screens about?
     
  17. varkanoid

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  19. Doogles

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    My bad looked at the prices wrong :D
     
  20. Double07

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    I can second the recommendation, I bought one given it was cheap and thought "what the heck, give it a bash". Its actually pretty good and the value for money is great. And as varkanoid says it's gsync compatible too which is nice.