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The GTX 1080 goes on sale at 2PM (BST) today!

At this point, many of you will have read the reviews for the GTX 1080 and some of you may also be planning on picking one up. If you're aiming to grab one on day one, then I am pleased to report that they will be in stock and available at 2PM (UK) today over at Overclockers UK, so consider this your early bird warning!

From 2PM today, Overclockers UK will have a selection of founders edition and non-founders edition GTX 1080 graphics cards at various price points. OCUK will even be keeping their warehouse open later than usual today in order to ensure all orders placed today are boxed up and ready to go.


Aside from the GTX 1080 itself, Overclockers will be running a few deals to mark the occasion. For starters, there is a free delivery code for your entire order today, which includes Saturday and Sunday deliveries so you can receive your new GPU before Bank Holiday Monday.

Secondly, there is also a sale on some G-Sync monitors, including the Acer Predator XB270HUD 27” monitor for £374.99 and the Acer Predator X34A monitor for £899.99. Finally, all pre-built OCUK systems will now have GTX 1080 upgrade options and if you grab the Infin8 Toxicity system, you can opt to get a free upgrade from a dual GTX 980Ti set-up to dual GTX 1080's!

You can find the full range of GTX 1080 graphics cards available today, HERE. 

KitGuru Says: A lot of people have their eyes on the GTX 1080 so stock may end up selling out quite fast. Are any of you planning on upgrading to the GTX 1080 any time soon? Will you be going with a Founders Edition model or will you be opting for a custom-cooler design? 

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