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XFX Radeon R7 370 2GB Graphics Card Used - Very Good £75.29 @ Amazon Warehouse

£75.29 @ Amazon
Feel there is a real lack of graphics card below £100 at the moment. This would be a perfect card to try out PC gaming still would be cable of 1080p at medium to high settings. The next closest car… Read More
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Feel there is a real lack of graphics card below £100 at the moment. This would be a perfect card to try out PC gaming still would be cable of 1080p at medium to high settings.

The next closest card to this is the RX 460 but that starts at £100
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This is essentially a R7 265 which goes head to head with a 750 Ti and im sure you can get 750Tis for the same price brand new


Amazing deal, but yeah, not worth posting on its own. Crazy deal oO

Edited By: JimBobJr on Sep 10, 2016 19:02
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JimBobJr
This is essentially a R7 265 which goes head to head with a 750 Ti and im sure you can get 750Tis for the same price brand new

You will find now that even the R7 360 Is now a match for the 750ti

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37CzgecyvTs

http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-2016-graphics-card-upgrade-guide?page=6

Edited By: keepitonthelow on Sep 10, 2016 19:05
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JimBobJr
This is essentially a R7 265 which goes head to head with a 750 Ti and im sure you can get 750Tis for the same price brand newAmazing deal, but yeah, not worth posting on its own. Crazy deal oO

Just how good value exactly is the r9 390x? As it's not really listed in 'New' by most companies.
I've effectively reserved that one :) Bit concerned about the "cosmetic damage to item".
Haven't upgraded for many years (Radeon 5870 series at the moment) but was waiting to buy something fast but also bang for my buck :)

For example, the 480s are around the £220-£240 mark Brand New. That item was "Used" so was it worth going for it? I have time to cancel so considering :)

EDIT: So my question I guess changes to - £185 for the Used R9 390x or £230 for a new 480?


Edited By: Firefly1 on Sep 10, 2016 19:35
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A worthy upgrade to my ageing GTX460?

Or is it simply a case of 'save a bit longer, as cards at £130/150 etc. are so much better and this card will be out of date in 6 months'?
#6
Firefly1
JimBobJr
This is essentially a R7 265 which goes head to head with a 750 Ti and im sure you can get 750Tis for the same price brand newAmazing deal, but yeah, not worth posting on its own. Crazy deal oO

Just how good value exactly is the r9 390x? As it's not really listed in 'New' by most companies.
I've effectively reserved that one :) Bit concerned about the "cosmetic damage to item".
Haven't upgraded for many years (Radeon 5870 series at the moment) but was waiting to buy something fast but also bang for my buck :)

For example, the 480s are around the £220-£240 mark Brand New. That item was "Used" so was it worth going for it? I have time to cancel so considering :)

EDIT: So my question I guess changes to - £185 for the Used R9 390x or £230 for a new 480?



The 390x runs insanely hot and is very loud, but it's still very capable.
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DO NOT BUY if you have freesync monitor

Like 270x it's GCN 1.0 card which doesn't support freesync
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Arcana
A worthy upgrade to my ageing GTX460?
Or is it simply a case of 'save a bit longer, as cards at £130/150 etc. are so much better and this card will be out of date in 6 months'?
It's an upgrade but not really sufficient to last you as long as your GTX 460 has. I had a 460 too and it was fine with BF4 on medium but anything newer and it was a struggle especially with VRAM. I'd say look at the 4GB cards like the RX470/480 if you want an AMD card, or if the price is low, the GTX 970. Any of those would last you a good while. The RX 460 and GTX 960 are decent too, but not as good value in the long term as their performance is a good way below the others. All of those cards would allow you to G-sync/Freesync too, which is well worth it if you'll be getting a new monitor in the future.
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Arcana
A worthy upgrade to my ageing GTX460?
Or is it simply a case of 'save a bit longer, as cards at £130/150 etc. are so much better and this card will be out of date in 6 months'?
It's an upgrade but not really sufficient to last you as long as your GTX 460 has. I had a 460 too and it was fine with BF4 on medium but anything newer and it was a struggle especially with VRAM. I'd say look at the 4GB cards like the RX470/480 if you want an AMD card, or if the price is low, the GTX 970. Any of those would last you a good while. The RX 460 and GTX 960 are decent too, but not as good value in the long term as their performance is a good way below the others. All of those cards would allow you to G-sync/Freesync too, which is well worth it if you'll be getting a new monitor in the future.


Thanks for the reply.

Most of those cards are £180+ which is more than twice the price of this one apart from rx 460 which I'm not really sure is better anyway.

I don't game much, and when I do it's usually on ps4. Apart from Uncharted 4 I think the last game I bought was Tomb raider... On xbox 360 oO
The only game I want now is 'Inside' before Horizon zero dawn comes out next year.
I'm planning to get an i6700k though :D but I mostly use the PC for music production, don't have much time for gaming.
So, is it worth waiting a few months for another card to get closer to the £100-120 mark which I think is realisticly my upper limit?

Edited By: Arcana on Sep 11, 2016 10:32: .
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Price has gone up twice now almost £83 .

Edited By: belsibub on Sep 12, 2016 14:03

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