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Sapphire RX 580 8GB - £218.00 delivered @ Amazon.fr *LOWEST EVER PRICE*

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GPU prices are still through the roof, but this seems a reasonable price for a decent GPU. Currently showing OOS but can be ordered, Amazon take cash only on dispatch. Looking at Partpicker these are… Read More
GPU prices are still through the roof, but this seems a reasonable price for a decent GPU. Currently showing OOS but can be ordered, Amazon take cash only on dispatch. Looking at Partpicker these are…
The_Hoff Avatar3d, 21h agoFound 3 days, 21 hours ago77 Comments
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mudddy
I've never bought from Amazon in another country, what's the returns policy, can you still return within 30 days?
Dunno. But if I could have bought an 8 gig RX 480 Sapphire card for £220,believe me,I would have bought one.
robodan918
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bouncy99
amd, eeeuuuww. vega is as flop, and so is this, a re badged 480.
surely you have better things to do than troll an AMD thread, though going by your quote you havent XD
I understant, but it actually is a rebadged 480 with increased clocks. I have an r9 290 and am waiting for vega still.
I upgraded from my 290 to an r9 nano
it's better that's for sure
but I'm still waiting on vega
480/580 was too mid-tier for my liking. Been disappointed by amd's gpu offerings for the past 15 months. Hoping vega fits the in-between 1080 and 1080ti slot they're advertising... just worried on price. Fingers crossed for 299
Comments like this just make me laugh.
(Too 'mid tier')
The RX 480 was designed for 1080p gaming. (granted,it started off a lower power format design,but 1080p is what it is for)..
'Disappointed for the last 15 months';
I wanted a GTX 970 ish card for under £200 and had to wait over 2 years..
The 960 cards were a JOKE,and nothing in between.
The rx 5's are simply later, better binned chips than 4's. Nothing to gain above 1350 mhz. and better coolers (check out early rx chips frequencies.)
Eventually, the lowest vega card will likely draw attention.
(8 gig ddr 5 and lower spec gpu chip).
The high end flagship will cost a packet and be as much an irrelevant nonentity as the 1080 TI is.
I've never bought from Amazon in another country, what's the returns policy, can you still return within 30 days?

Edited By: mudddy on Jul 25, 2017 22:43
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Nate1492
Reports are surfacing that there is a huge dump of used mining cards (e.g. 480s and 470s) coming back into the market.
That should drastically reduce prices, big wins for consumers who just want a card.
That said, this is a good price, but look for it to drop further.
Not really, they won't be cheap as demand will dictate. Plus, they've been thrashed their entire lives 24/7, a 6 month old mining card will have the equivalent of 5 years of typical usage, but under stress.
Unless they have a transferable warranty like EVGA, I wouldn't touch it with yours.

To further underline how wrong Nate is:

http://www.pcgamer.com/amp/cryptocurrency-miners-are-selling-used-graphics-cards-at-a-huge-markup/
Nate1492
Reports are surfacing that there is a huge dump of used mining cards (e.g. 480s and 470s) coming back into the market.
That should drastically reduce prices, big wins for consumers who just want a card.
That said, this is a good price, but look for it to drop further.

Not really, they won't be cheap as demand will dictate. Plus, they've been thrashed their entire lives 24/7, a 6 month old mining card will have the equivalent of 5 years of typical usage, but under stress.

Unless they have a transferable warranty like EVGA, I wouldn't touch it with yours.
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EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC Black Edition - £608.33 @ Amazon

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Lowest price I've ever seen for an aftermarket 1080 Ti! This isn't far off what most 1080 GTX are still being sold at, excellent price. EVGA for those unaware have arguably the best warranty in the Read More
Lowest price I've ever seen for an aftermarket 1080 Ti! This isn't far off what most 1080 GTX are still being sold at, excellent price. EVGA for those unaware have arguably the best warranty in the
The_Hoff Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago47 Comments
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My order has dispatched from Italy.

MAMA MIA!
Heated a very good deal. Seriously considering whether I should upgrade from my current R9 Fury to this, as it does seem a great deal for a 1080ti and the 1080ti would be better for my 4K display. Just I haven't had the Fury long (amazon warehouse deal) and the resale on them seems a bit poor and variable atm (anything from under £200 to £300 on ebay), I'm guessing the Fury isn't a good mining card? as it doesn't seem to have enjoyed anything like the price explosion the 480 and 580s have. If I got £300 for the Fury I could probably manage the other £300 or so for this, but any less and I'd be REALLY struggling to afford it.

BTW is the i7 3770 (non K) a decent pairing for this card?, or would it hold it back too much to really stretch it's legs?

Would be an amazing performance bump for potentially £300 though, very very tricky decision.....
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lugsy3
This needs to be unexpired and have marked the other deal as spam.
True enough, but if people still grab a good deal then it served its purpose. Can't say as I agree with the 'rules' around here though.
If users can mark a deal as expired, there should also be a mechanism of users unexpiring deals.
Mod response:
Sadly your deal was member expired (by multiple members) yesterday when the item went oos, the new deals link goes to the same item at the same price & has been posted after yours was expired & before you requested it to be unexpired which is unfortunate.
I am sorry if you disagree with the decision & please feel free to use the contact us link if you would like to discuss your concerns with admin.
Regards
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Does seem crazy you can't unexpire if you posted it or have it so it takes something like 3 different people to unexpire it on a button, similar to it takes 2 to expire a deal.
lugsy3
This needs to be unexpired and have marked the other deal as spam.

True enough, but if people still grab a good deal then it served its purpose. Can't say as I agree with the 'rules' around here though.

If users can mark a deal as expired, there should also be a mechanism of users unexpiring deals.

Mod response:
Sadly your deal was member expired (by multiple members) yesterday when the item went oos, the new deals link goes to the same item at the same price & has been posted after yours was expired & before you requested it to be unexpired which is unfortunate.

I am sorry if you disagree with the decision & please feel free to use the contact us link if you would like to discuss your concerns with admin.

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EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 GAMING - £641.66 @ Amazon

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Hot on the heels of the other 1080Ti cards today (FTW3 / Strix - £666, FE £582) here's another AIB card, but this time cheaper. This review may help you to determine the relative worth and merits of Read More
Hot on the heels of the other 1080Ti cards today (FTW3 / Strix - £666, FE £582) here's another AIB card, but this time cheaper. This review may help you to determine the relative worth and merits of
The_Hoff Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago35 Comments
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This is now dead. Prices hiked.

If you want a Ti, order one quickly before they raise prices - they only take cash on dispatch (2-3 weeks) and you can cancel in the event of Prime Day offers.
Confuzz
I think vega will be in the middle of 1080 and 1080 ti performance it just depends on how they price it to see any impact on the market but the way things are going it could be a while before any are in stock anywhere and i can't be bothered to wait anymore so have gone for 1080 ti strix for £666 which is a bit more than this but I like some of its feature and its meant to be a bit quieter than is

I don't think Vega will be inbetween, at best, it will match the 1080.

We have seen theoretical benches, which AMD have always been competitive at, and they are near the 1080.

Once real game situations are presented, the Vega 'leaked' will barely compete with the 1080. By the time it releases, next year, the 1080 will be over 1.5 years old.

Let that sink in a bit. Vega will join the market 1.5 years after the 1080 hit, and barely beat it (if they're lucky).

If you are happy to wait, just look for the Volta.
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It's gone back up
Nope, you just have to click other buying options to see the one by Amazon.
Seems the ti is popular for offers lately, guess it's to keep it popular as Vega launches.
Cause vega will reach 1080ti performance, ahahah. :)
It doesn't need to if they can hit £500 and be competitive with the GTX, with freesync it's still compelling.
What has that got to do with the 1080ti reducing in price? People want performance, not "oh it'll be better than the crap AMD already have out, so it's fine at a reduced price"
Where in the quote does it mention anything about the Ti reducing in price? I'll help you, it doesn't.
"Seems the ti is popular for offers lately, guess it's to keep it popular as Vega launches."
"Offers" doesn't mean price reduction (i.e Nvidia dropping MSRP). There have been cards at £660 or in some cases less for the last few months, which is basically since launch.
Lmfao, you can't ignore the context of what he said, offers to keep the ti popular for vega launch, its a load of nonsense, just like your replies.
Ok and as we all respect your opinion around here we'll leave it there.
Yeah, typical response from someone who has a conversation about something they know jack **** about. :)

As I said, we all love you around here. Your contributions to this site are endless.


Edited By: The_Hoff on Jul 07, 2017 21:42: .
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MSI Radeon RX 460 OC 2GB GDDR5 Graphics Card £77.99 - Novatech

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Nice budget card Till high end cards drop in price Sold my rx480 for a nice profit Read More
Nice budget card Till high end cards drop in price Sold my rx480 for a nice profit
coventgamer Avatar2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago5 Comments
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Off-topic comments removed. Please stay on topic and be nice (angel)
Gottograbthemall
If your not a hater of cex it does have (also not in stock atm) some pretty decent priced r9 280x it was even as low as £75 a few months ago but unfortunately they too have put the prices up but it does beat the rx 460 by quite some distance, I have seen them in stock you just have to check regular to get one. Plus it has 2 yr warranty and still cheaper than eBay pricesReading your op back I assume you sold it to upgrade so probably not a great suggestion I don't know what their higher end card prices are like thoughSeeing as the price jumps are quite big atm from a rx460 to a rx470/480 this is what I'm planning on doing to a cheap build for the kids, as the r9's seemed reasonably priced until the price hike. When I actually get round to buying the rest of the parts

The older r9 cards use over 3x the power of these cards. The 460 is basically a 470 cut in half
llukejames
I know sold my rx 480 now I'm stuck for a new card all the prices gone up not sure if to get a cheap card used or this .... any help?

If your not a hater of cex it does have (also not in stock atm) some pretty decent priced r9 280x it was even as low as £75 a few months ago but unfortunately they too have put the prices up but it does beat the rx 460 by quite some distance, I have seen them in stock you just have to check regular to get one. Plus it has 2 yr warranty and still cheaper than eBay prices

Reading your op back I assume you sold it to upgrade so probably not a great suggestion I don't know what their higher end card prices are like though

Seeing as the price jumps are quite big atm from a rx460 to a rx470/480 this is what I'm planning on doing to a cheap build for the kids, as the r9's seemed reasonably priced until the price hike. When I actually get round to buying the rest of the parts

Edited By: Gottograbthemall on Jul 05, 2017 15:50:
I know sold my rx 480 now I'm stuck for a new card all the prices gone up not sure if to get a cheap card used or this .... any help?
Mining is skewing the prices of the decent high-end cards and this RX 460 is basically 2 generations old with Vega pretty much on top of us.
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Dell Inspiron 15 - 5565 1920x1080 8GB Ram 1TB HDD Radeon R5 Graphics Quad-core - 2.4 GHz / 3.3 GHz (Turbo core) - £269.34 @ Dell

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Good spec if you're on a budget. Full HD Screens are hard to come by at this price. Add Code 'Dohome12' For 12% off. [img] com upload photos [/img]
SkyBlues1990 Avatar3w, 3d agoFound 3 weeks, 3 days ago50 Comments
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I don't know if anyone will see this, but were those that got this happy with it? How many scratches/dents were there? Does it run fast enough? Thanks.
Sorry, appears to have gone already!
One back in stock right now, no coupon this time but students get 15% off, could be worth it for them?
Wish I had seen this earlier in market for a laptop, anyone got any other recommendations for about the same price. Anyone think Amazon prime day will throw up any good deals.?
Jonj1611
How bad are the scratch and dent on them? Anyone know?
sometimes good
sometimes heavily used
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AMD 240GB 2.5" Radeon R3 SATA3 SSD £65.98 Delivered @ eBuyer

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Not a bad price for the capacity. Would be perfect as an upgrade to a slowing PC or laptop 8) Superior in value and performance. Get up to 10x the speed of a traditional hard drive. Bring new life Read More
Not a bad price for the capacity. Would be perfect as an upgrade to a slowing PC or laptop 8) Superior in value and performance. Get up to 10x the speed of a traditional hard drive. Bring new life
msmyth Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago67 Comments
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me_lee
eBuyer so no thanks... will hold a grudge against them forever for their handling of the RMA for my old SSD.


I never go burned by ebuyer RMA dept. my issue with them is they decided to switch to using ParcelForce for deliveries and i absolutely loathe them.

problems with the RMA dept didnt arise till a few years after that when i think i heard the size of staff bonuses depended on how many RMAs they reject.


For anyone interested in this SSD.... Its SLOOOOOWWWWWWW i think its 260mb/s write and 500mb/s read.... even a Samsung 830 evo from a few years back outperforms this SSD.

Not the end of the world, but its something to take into consideration if you regularly write a load of files.


Yes as you say "not the end of the world" especially if you're laptop is sata2.
Bought a few of these, they're shockingly bad. Don't bother.
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thegamingkinginfo
Not had a problem with eBuyer in a long time. Did once a long time ago but ordered a monitor recently with no problems. Last time I used them for RMA it was no problem but everyones experiences differ.
I RMA'd a dead SSD under warranty. They refused to replace it (the same model was available but had gone up significantly in price) and deducted 30% from the refund of the original purchase price for "wear and tear" so to replace the thing I would end up paying almost double what I originally paid. When I refused and told them to send it back to me so I could deal with the manufacturer they said that wasn't possible as they had already destroyed it.
Not the actions of a company I'll ever do business with again.
I know im late to respond to this, but had this happened to me, then i would of taken them to a small claims court.
For them to fight the case they would need to find someone to represent the company and brief them on what has happened before they go to court and that usually takes them too much time, effort and money to do so they should settle out of court...
If they had destroyed it, then they owe you a full refund or swap it for the same model or similar. It should be covered in the sale of goods act.
Scan's RMA department used to be horrendous aswell. but as soon as they know that you know your rights as a consumer, they will begin to play ball with you, albeit rather reluctantly.
dont let any retailer pull the wool over your eyes
Good advice
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Dodge62
Not really fair to **** a company off on a half-remembered detail. It wasn't "how many RMAs they reject" but "how many RMAs they are able to avoid". If you phone to tell them your device is broken and you want to return it, and they tell you how to solve the problem so it works and you don't have to return it, that's a good thing, right?
i didnt **** any company off, my argument with them was that i refused to do business with them while they used ParcelForce to do all their deliveries and it was at least 3 or 4years before the whole rumor or news about the RMAs came out but I had stuck to my guns and not bought anything from them since and till today I still haven't though they might of switched to using another delivery company quite a few times by now.
I read the article posted about their RMA dept and judging how quickly ebuyer or their PR team jumped up to defend and explain themselves as well as denying the context that the rest of the internet seemed to have taken when they saw this picture...https://regmedia.co.uk/2013/12/23/ebuyer_big.jpg
It leads me to think that they were caught with their pants down like a deer in the headlights.
While my RMAs before the whole 'scandal' went smoothly. I know quite a few people closer to the time of the news article who didnt have such a smooth experience with them.
The only people who will defend ebuyer is their PR team or employees
first time i have seen the pic, what dummies for leaving it up, you would have thought they would have had another glance at the photo and notice the board, hilarious
me_lee
thegamingkinginfo
Not had a problem with eBuyer in a long time. Did once a long time ago but ordered a monitor recently with no problems. Last time I used them for RMA it was no problem but everyones experiences differ.
I RMA'd a dead SSD under warranty. They refused to replace it (the same model was available but had gone up significantly in price) and deducted 30% from the refund of the original purchase price for "wear and tear" so to replace the thing I would end up paying almost double what I originally paid. When I refused and told them to send it back to me so I could deal with the manufacturer they said that wasn't possible as they had already destroyed it.
Not the actions of a company I'll ever do business with again.


I know im late to respond to this, but had this happened to me, then i would of taken them to a small claims court.

For them to fight the case they would need to find someone to represent the company and brief them on what has happened before they go to court and that usually takes them too much time, effort and money to do so they should settle out of court...

If they had destroyed it, then they owe you a full refund or swap it for the same model or similar. It should be covered in the sale of goods act.

Scan's RMA department used to be horrendous aswell. but as soon as they know that you know your rights as a consumer, they will begin to play ball with you, albeit rather reluctantly.

dont let any retailer pull the wool over your eyes
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Gigabyte Radeon™ RX 560 Gaming OC 4G Graphics Card £119.99 @ Novatech

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Gigabyte Radeon™ RX 560 Gaming OC 4G Graphics Card 4GB GDDR5, 1300MHz OC Clock, 1287MHz Gaming Clock, 1275MHz Reference Clock. Looking for a replacement for my Asus R7 250x 2Gb, thought this seemed go… Read More
Gigabyte Radeon™ RX 560 Gaming OC 4G Graphics Card 4GB GDDR5, 1300MHz OC Clock, 1287MHz Gaming Clock, 1275MHz Reference Clock. Looking for a replacement for my Asus R7 250x 2Gb, thought this seemed go…
redford Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago9 Comments
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Thanks for info, found a MSI GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GT OC for £136 so will go for that cheers.

I mean you could have just bought the GTX 1050 Ti for £122.99 - HERE!
this card is less than a 6 years old gtx660,lol.
get a SH gtx970/r290, more than twice the power

Edited By: miaomiaobaubau on May 30, 2017 21:05
Thanks for info, found a MSI GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GT OC for £136 so will go for that cheers.
Terrible value when you can get the GTX 1050 Ti 4GB for only £122.99.

Sorry dude.

Oh, an you can get the RX 560 for only £105.02 - HERE!

Edited By: Uncommon.Sense on May 30, 2017 17:25
AMD prices completely rekt right now. Miner craze in full swing again.
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MSI 1080 GTX Gaming X Plus (11gbps) - £460.98 (£452.92 after Quidco) @ Ebuyer

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Refreshed 1080 GTX with the faster DDR and a well respected product line. Thought it was a good deal given all things considered: Price: £503.98 (Amazon: £538) MSI Cashback: £43 Quidco cashback 2… Read More
Refreshed 1080 GTX with the faster DDR and a well respected product line. Thought it was a good deal given all things considered: Price: £503.98 (Amazon: £538) MSI Cashback: £43 Quidco cashback 2…
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imcconvey
Nah, rather spend another £140 and buy the Ti. Then again I have my eP33n to satisfy.

Link to a Ti for £140 more?


Just look on Flubit. They had a PNY branded FE for £595. Mine is from Gigabyte though. Arrived in 4 days from London. I tried to post the deal here but Hot Deals cried like a bunch of SJWs and removed the listing because they hate Flubit... or whatever. But the deal was legit. I got an abolsute bargain. Running 2050mhz stable in everything.
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hitman007
When you say original currency, do you mean the currency of the place the product is being sold? i.e. Italy would be euro.
Ellendel
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imcconvey
Nah, rather spend another £140 and buy the Ti. Then again I have my eP33n to satisfy.
Link to a Ti for £140 more?
https://www.amazon.de/Palit-GeForce-1080-Ti-Gr%C3%BCnder-Grafikkarte-Grau/dp/B06XD6XQFV/ref=sr_1_7?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1495044142&sr=1-7&keywords=1080tihttps://www.amazon.de/ZOTAC-GeForce-1080TI-GDDR5X-VRReady/dp/B06XXVVQYH/ref=sr_1_5?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1495044142&sr=1-5&keywords=1080ti
Cheapest I can find, which is about £160 more. I suppose you can probably find them a bit cheaper when they go on offer. 1080ti prices really seem to have dropped in price over the past week or so. Don't know whether it's related to supply constraints easing or immenient launch of Vega.
Using Amazon conversion they work out to £650 (£200 more than this deal).
Amazon conversion is a tax on the financially less well informed, just like paypal conversion. Always pay in the original currency with a decent forex credit card or alternate forex product (Halifax Clarity, Revolut, Mondo) .
Personally if I was buying a graphics card right now though - for various reasons - it would be this one. Heat added! :)
Exactly.
Amazon's conversion is a convenience, you'll get a better rate with a Nationwide card, or using something like Revolut.
Probably £10 saving.
Based on your earlier statement on the Amazon conversion price being (£650) £200 more expensive, it looks like a £35 saving for me.

Also personally I wouldn't characterise Amazon conversions as a convenience. You'd be better off just paying with almost any high street credit or debit card (a 3% levy on Eur 726 still doesn't get you to £650). Feels more like a cynical cash grab to me.

(I haven't checked the Amazon conversion price - just taking your word on it).

Not trying to be argumentative. Just pointing out that if someone was up for paying about an extra £160 or whatever, 'themanwithapc' had his figures more or less correct.
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imcconvey
Nah, rather spend another £140 and buy the Ti. Then again I have my eP33n to satisfy.
Link to a Ti for £140 more?
https://www.amazon.de/Palit-GeForce-1080-Ti-Gr%C3%BCnder-Grafikkarte-Grau/dp/B06XD6XQFV/ref=sr_1_7?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1495044142&sr=1-7&keywords=1080tihttps://www.amazon.de/ZOTAC-GeForce-1080TI-GDDR5X-VRReady/dp/B06XXVVQYH/ref=sr_1_5?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1495044142&sr=1-5&keywords=1080ti
Cheapest I can find, which is about £160 more. I suppose you can probably find them a bit cheaper when they go on offer. 1080ti prices really seem to have dropped in price over the past week or so. Don't know whether it's related to supply constraints easing or immenient launch of Vega.
Using Amazon conversion they work out to £650 (£200 more than this deal).
Amazon conversion is a tax on the financially less well informed, just like paypal conversion. Always pay in the original currency with a decent forex credit card or alternate forex product (Halifax Clarity, Revolut, Mondo) .
Personally if I was buying a graphics card right now though - for various reasons - it would be this one. Heat added! :)
I know there's solutions to conversion but rather than assume people have solutions in place I quoted the price as is.
Cheers anyway.
I do get what you're saying about not everyone having something in place to avoid currency fees altogether, but things like Mondo don't even require a credit check - because it's a preload card - so it's not like anyone is locked out from paying the lower quoted prices.

Plus, I don't really see getting a cheap forex payment mechanism as more work than claiming cashback from MSI. Both are reasonably easy! :)

As I said though, in my opinion this is a cracking deal.

Edited By: Ellendel on May 19, 2017 15:27
hitman007
When you say original currency, do you mean the currency of the place the product is being sold? i.e. Italy would be euro.
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imcconvey
Nah, rather spend another £140 and buy the Ti. Then again I have my eP33n to satisfy.
Link to a Ti for £140 more?
https://www.amazon.de/Palit-GeForce-1080-Ti-Gr%C3%BCnder-Grafikkarte-Grau/dp/B06XD6XQFV/ref=sr_1_7?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1495044142&sr=1-7&keywords=1080tihttps://www.amazon.de/ZOTAC-GeForce-1080TI-GDDR5X-VRReady/dp/B06XXVVQYH/ref=sr_1_5?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1495044142&sr=1-5&keywords=1080ti
Cheapest I can find, which is about £160 more. I suppose you can probably find them a bit cheaper when they go on offer. 1080ti prices really seem to have dropped in price over the past week or so. Don't know whether it's related to supply constraints easing or immenient launch of Vega.
Using Amazon conversion they work out to £650 (£200 more than this deal).
Amazon conversion is a tax on the financially less well informed, just like paypal conversion. Always pay in the original currency with a decent forex credit card or alternate forex product (Halifax Clarity, Revolut, Mondo) .
Personally if I was buying a graphics card right now though - for various reasons - it would be this one. Heat added! :)

Exactly.

Amazon's conversion is a convenience, you'll get a better rate with a Nationwide card, or using something like Revolut.

Probably £10 saving.
Ellendel
The_Hoff
themanwithapc
The_Hoff
imcconvey
Nah, rather spend another £140 and buy the Ti. Then again I have my eP33n to satisfy.
Link to a Ti for £140 more?
https://www.amazon.de/Palit-GeForce-1080-Ti-Gr%C3%BCnder-Grafikkarte-Grau/dp/B06XD6XQFV/ref=sr_1_7?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1495044142&sr=1-7&keywords=1080tihttps://www.amazon.de/ZOTAC-GeForce-1080TI-GDDR5X-VRReady/dp/B06XXVVQYH/ref=sr_1_5?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1495044142&sr=1-5&keywords=1080ti
Cheapest I can find, which is about £160 more. I suppose you can probably find them a bit cheaper when they go on offer. 1080ti prices really seem to have dropped in price over the past week or so. Don't know whether it's related to supply constraints easing or immenient launch of Vega.
Using Amazon conversion they work out to £650 (£200 more than this deal).
Amazon conversion is a tax on the financially less well informed, just like paypal conversion. Always pay in the original currency with a decent forex credit card or alternate forex product (Halifax Clarity, Revolut, Mondo) .
Personally if I was buying a graphics card right now though - for various reasons - it would be this one. Heat added! :)

I know there's solutions to conversion but rather than assume people have solutions in place I quoted the price as is.

Cheers anyway.
When you say original currency, do you mean the currency of the place the product is being sold? i.e. Italy would be euro.
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imcconvey
Nah, rather spend another £140 and buy the Ti. Then again I have my eP33n to satisfy.
Link to a Ti for £140 more?
https://www.amazon.de/Palit-GeForce-1080-Ti-Gr%C3%BCnder-Grafikkarte-Grau/dp/B06XD6XQFV/ref=sr_1_7?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1495044142&sr=1-7&keywords=1080tihttps://www.amazon.de/ZOTAC-GeForce-1080TI-GDDR5X-VRReady/dp/B06XXVVQYH/ref=sr_1_5?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1495044142&sr=1-5&keywords=1080ti
Cheapest I can find, which is about £160 more. I suppose you can probably find them a bit cheaper when they go on offer. 1080ti prices really seem to have dropped in price over the past week or so. Don't know whether it's related to supply constraints easing or immenient launch of Vega.
Using Amazon conversion they work out to £650 (£200 more than this deal).
Amazon conversion is a tax on the financially less well informed, just like paypal conversion. Always pay in the original currency with a decent forex credit card or alternate forex product (Halifax Clarity, Revolut, Mondo) .
Personally if I was buying a graphics card right now though - for various reasons - it would be this one. Heat added! :)
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Waiting for a better 460 or 470 deal...
In need for a gpu in the same price range. 1080p GPU-s priced way too high.
Waiting for a better 460 or 470 deal...
Only paid £2 more last week for the 4Gb gigabyte version as an open box offer.
is this a good deal?
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Thank you and yes sorry Lahn maybe just misunderstanding.

Edited By: GasGaGlide on May 15, 2017 19:22
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GasGaGlide
I'm happier knowing that it wouldn't have gone through anyways. Thanks for updating guys.
Aren't you a nice guy?!?
I have no idea why your upset other than your misperception.
Me being happy that if i had gone through with my own order it wouldn't have come anyway has no impact on anyone else nor did i say that.
Sorry if i have.
Perhaps lahn missed your previous posts. I totally got what you were saying and would feel the same.
Lahn
GasGaGlide
I'm happier knowing that it wouldn't have gone through anyways. Thanks for updating guys.
Aren't you a nice guy?!?

I have no idea why your upset other than your misperception.
Me being happy that if i had gone through with my own order it wouldn't have come anyway has no impact on anyone else nor did i say that.
Sorry if i have.

Edited By: GasGaGlide on May 15, 2017 12:32
GasGaGlide
I'm happier knowing that it wouldn't have gone through anyways. Thanks for updating guys.
Aren't you a nice guy?!?
Yes cancelled ..hope no bills
Bad bad
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I got one as a cheap upgrade for one of my Mac Pro's. Will run out of the box as recognised as similar to the mobile 460 variants in the current MacBook Pro series.
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Darn it! I was hoping to upgrade my GTX 280 :(
Not a substantial enough upgrade imo.
True, however the 200W power drop would be worth it!
aLV426
Darn it! I was hoping to upgrade my GTX 280 :(

Not a substantial enough upgrade imo.
How realistic is it that this card (or any other sub £150 card) will run h1z1 / PlayerUnknown Battleground at 1080 at a decent FPS? My laptop with a GTX 950m runs H1Z1 fairly well (haven't bought PUB) but I'd want better performance from a desktop build.
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Hi there may I ask in relation to your open box deal is that from AMAZON WAREHOUSE ? if so, how did you get this card for such a fantastic price? is there anyway of checking deals as soon as they arrive into the Amazon Warehouse or is it simply a case of dropping lucky ? I would be over-the-moon if I could get a similar deal, however I have only had 1 experience with Amazon Warehouse in the past which was not so great, I spent £600 on a High-End Home Cinema System when it arrived, I opened the box to discover the MAIN BLU-RAY PLAYER that made it all work was missing LOL.... it was just a box with 5 speakers & 1 subwoofer inside, all the speakers cables were missing & even the remote to LOL... Naturally I sent it back for a FULL REFUND... Amazon say they check items when they return, but personally I do not think they check returned stock at all, just throw them into the warehouse and apply a discount, I heard a story about a guy who purchased a clock and when he opened the box the hands were missing LOL, anyhow hopefully my next experience with Amazon Warehouse will be much better if like yourself I can snap up a graphics card for a similar price :) then again... I may end up with a graphics card without a fan or maybe I get just the fan with the graphics card missing LOL :D
shizer
I was close to buying this in the morning but check the Amazon open box deal which just went live. I got an RX 480 8GB Nitro+ for £159 :D
Heres a similiar card I bought which is £171 at checkout : https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Graphics-Cards/Sapphire-Polaris-FreeSync-PCI-Express-Graphics/B01IQS6NI0/ref=sr_1_2?m=A2OAJ7377F756P&s=warehouse-deals&ie=UTF8&qid=1493802426&sr=1-2

Hi - I saw the Amazon warehouse deal (20% off) posted on HUKD so I checked it out because I'm currently building my first PC. I've been very patient with the build because I wanted to get the best value - it's taken me 2 months to get to this point and I'm almost finished (1 part left).

Unfortunately I've had issues with that v card I mentioned above. Everything was fine initially, booted up fine and the card was in perfect condition - I was over the moon. However, I during my tests (you need to check all components - even new!), I discovered artefacts and screen tearing, even when I under clocked.
I had to return it and it pretty much wasted a week of my time. It was clear Amazon didn't check it beyond boot up and they brushed off my complaint. I got my refund nonetheless.

I guess its the risk you take with the deals but I agree, you expect a lot more from Amazon. I've recently bought a MSI GTX 970 from eBay for £135 (Almost new) - I'm hoping this won't let me down because this is the last component I need.
Hi there may I ask in relation to your open box deal is that from AMAZON WAREHOUSE ? if so, how did you get this card for such a fantastic price? is there anyway of checking deals as soon as they arrive into the Amazon Warehouse or is it simply a case of dropping lucky ? I would be over-the-moon if I could get a similar deal, however I have only had 1 experience with Amazon Warehouse in the past which was not so great, I spent £600 on a High-End Home Cinema System when it arrived, I opened the box to discover the MAIN BLU-RAY PLAYER that made it all work was missing LOL.... it was just a box with 5 speakers & 1 subwoofer inside, all the speakers cables were missing & even the remote to LOL... Naturally I sent it back for a FULL REFUND... Amazon say they check items when they return, but personally I do not think they check returned stock at all, just throw them into the warehouse and apply a discount, I heard a story about a guy who purchased a clock and when he opened the box the hands were missing LOL, anyhow hopefully my next experience with Amazon Warehouse will be much better if like yourself I can snap up a graphics card for a similar price :) then again... I may end up with a graphics card without a fan or maybe I get just the fan with the graphics card missing LOL :D

shizer
I was close to buying this in the morning but check the Amazon open box deal which just went live. I got an RX 480 8GB Nitro+ for £159 :D
Heres a similiar card I bought which is £171 at checkout : https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Graphics-Cards/Sapphire-Polaris-FreeSync-PCI-Express-Graphics/B01IQS6NI0/ref=sr_1_2?m=A2OAJ7377F756P&s=warehouse-deals&ie=UTF8&qid=1493802426&sr=1-2










Edited By: lettherebedeals on May 14, 2017 08:34: Grammer
The_Hoff
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Cold for me, I wouldn't recommend a 4GB card at this money.
Better with a 470 if you just want budget 1080p, or otherwise waiting for a better 8GB 480/580 deal.
4GB vs 8GB at 1080p wont make a noticable difference, whereas a 470 to a 480 will

Well, not strictly true as out of the box the 8GB has the faster memory speed, which will equate to 2-3FPS difference across most titles are max settings, plus gives much greater headroom over the life of the card.

There have been a number of 480 8GB card deals for £180~ and 4GB cards for £160~ at times where the exchange rates were actually worse.

Might be the cheapest out there today (I haven't scouted), but it doesn't make it a good deal.


a 470 to a 480 will equate to a larger performance difference of 4GB vs 8GB that's my point, so a 4GB 480 is still better than a 470 which isnt much cheaper currently. and who would notice 2-3 FPS difference? it'll be within a margin of error anyway
Uncommon.Sense
Most people obvioulsy don't bother reading the opening post with the deal.
There is a card for £162 as well, and there is no way to predict if there will ever be cheaper cards again. Right now if you want to buy an RX480, these are the best deals you are going to get.
Or buy the the RX570 from eBuyer.

I read the OP, but commented specifically on the headline offering, given that's the one you chose to highlight.

The XFX is a much better price for the 4GB card but it's a poor card in the 480 range and runs very hot indeed, even by 480 standards.
I was close to buying this in the morning but check the Amazon open box deal which just went live. I got an RX 480 8GB Nitro+ for £159 :D
Heres a similiar card I bought which is £171 at checkout : https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Graphics-Cards/Sapphire-Polaris-FreeSync-PCI-Express-Graphics/B01IQS6NI0/ref=sr_1_2?m=A2OAJ7377F756P&s=warehouse-deals&ie=UTF8&qid=1493802426&sr=1-2
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These Prices are really inflated for a 1060 competitor, A couple of the cards are approaching GTX 1070 Pricing! Better off buying a RX 470 or 480 and overclocking it or a 6GB 1060 (avoid the 3GB model as your hit the VRAM limit on certain titles)

The prices on pretty much all pc gear is cranked up for 2017 the cost to buy these components is ridiculous, this has to be the worst time to buy pc parts/systems and there talking about price increases lol, on the bright side the 2nd hard market is thriving and sure to do btr should prices keep going up, can't help feeling there cutting there own throat for short term gain in profit margins.
It's pretty much gonna be which every company puts on a great deal for a component gets all the sales just like that 1070 for £300, now that deal sold a lot of cards and made some money, when those offers come up they will be grabbed people need to be patient more so now than ever before, and we need people posting deals on this site.

As for me I'm not buying anything until these prices come back down to earth, no ryzen, intel, anything I'm sitting with 3 builds lol my old phenom II 555 (unlocked to 4 cores) with ddr 3 1680mhz (7-8-7-20) is still going strong, my z97 asus pro is harldy use and now runs a large 80+ tb nas and has been very under utilized simply because I bought a much smaller system in my z170i asus gaming pro, sm951 nvme, evga gtx 1060 sc (6gb).

I may not have went the kabby lake route but if these prices had been btr I would already be building a new ryzen system but the parts I want are just to overpriced and I wont settle for something else those b350 motherboards are also overpriced for what they are, so much for ryzen being cheaper turns out they just match intel tier for tier B vs H & X vs Z as such im under no doubt both intel and amd are loosing sales.

Edited By: revolver31 on Apr 19, 2017 13:13
I just don't see who this card is aimed at and why would you buy it over a 470/480 1060 if you were looking to upgrade from an older card
its current draw is almost twice that of a 1060..for what?
Increased clock speeds, unlocked compute units.

Still a good deal, but I can't see any reason to buy this if you already own an RX 470/480.
This "deal" is hilarious considering gtx 1070 deal was 299 with 2 games
didn't they increase the memory clocks?
Becoz they cant , they're already stretching the power limits/heat limits and it allows the 6xx cards to have faster gddr5x or HBM2(less likely).
BUT hey the fans are more in sync than they have ever been before

Edited By: GwanGy on Apr 19, 2017 02:47
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Cold, card is priced at £192 now, should be marked expired
It's not a reason to vote cold. Mark it as expired then.
I did both, if something no longer exists then it isn't a hot deal either.
Frogster8
Cold, card is priced at £192 now, should be marked expired
It's not a reason to vote cold. Mark it as expired then.
Cold, card is priced at £192 now, should be marked expired
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Quoth
Aria have this card on their daily deals at £144 + postage.
Only a handful in stock so didn't post as a separate deal.
They're banned (suspended?) on here anyway. No idea why, maybe someone else knows?
I didn't realise that. I've used them a few times without any issues.
Perhaps the daily deals with there very limited numbers were a contributing factor?
There's nothing wrong with them as far as I'm concerned, either.

I didn't even know they were banned/suspended until I tried to post a comment with a link to their site sometime in the past few days and it got edited by a mod. If I had to guess, I'd say they're probably banned for something petty like self promotion, as opposed to anything serious like not being legit.
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Increase power limit to +50% in driver settings, solves power throttling issues.
Did you do this based on any info? Have sent my first one back trying to decide if a replacement would be a waste of time if I end up with the same issue.

Based on experience with previous AMD cards including the RX 480, the 480 is capped at around 150W (overclocked cards are higher) to meet their marketing specs, if you increase the power limit the card can pull way more (IIRC spike above 200W) than 150W in certain conditions.

With the power limit at default 0% the card can throttle/stutter/BSOD if the GPU hits the max TDP specified in the card BIOS, without being able to pull additional power to the GPU above 150W-180W, FPS hits a ceiling even if you continue to increase the GPU clocks.

The fact that the GTX 1070 is rated @150W and the GTX 1080 at only 180W (with room to spare in regards to power margins) gives you an idea of just how far behind AMD is compared to nVidia with their performance/power efficiency.

I've built a rig with a Sapphire RX 480 Nitro (factory overclocked), the card crashes in BF1 at times (hard system reset), increasing the power limit all the way to the max solved that issue.

I like the RX 480 despite the high power draw relative to performance, if I were you I'd just get a full refund if possible, then buy a card with different brand on another store (return it if you still have issues) or possibly a cheap GTX 1060 instead.








Edited By: ShroomHeadToad on Apr 05, 2017 15:44: typo
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Increase power limit to +50% in driver settings, solves power throttling issues.
Did you do this based on any info? Have sent my first one back trying to decide if a replacement would be a waste of time if I end up with the same issue.
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ether707
That's the thing with overclockers. They bait you in with their prices and then slap expensive delivery on top. No other computer sales website has such expensive delivery.
lol, i have a lot **** experience with free postings companys, like last week i order some parts for water cooling loop, and grt only half order, dont get any email about missing order, they just dispatched.. And i wait for it over week.. Other company same this week i order that missing parts what i need, after 3days get email my order ready to ship..lol
So i better go overclockers and pay extra for SUPER FAST DELIVERY, than wait fck know now long.

So when did you start working for Overclockers? Recently or a while ago? ;)
Anecdotally, pretty much all sites are very efficient with delivery when you pay extra. Also some sites free delivery is flawless, not to mention Amazon Prime, Prime Now, etc
Got the 4gb version along with the g4560 chip and very happy but with Doom i cant cap the frame rate in vulkan mode so you get screen tearing :(

Vsync made the game far too laggy and open gl mode while capped at 74fps to allow freesync to work has crashed a fair few times while other games have been fine...Might be just me as I'm new to pc gaming.

Edited By: utopiangames on Mar 30, 2017 21:58
ether707
That's the thing with overclockers. They bait you in with their prices and then slap expensive delivery on top. No other computer sales website has such expensive delivery.

lol, i have a lot **** experience with free postings companys, like last week i order some parts for water cooling loop, and grt only half order, dont get any email about missing order, they just dispatched.. And i wait for it over week.. Other company same this week i order that missing parts what i need, after 3days get email my order ready to ship..lol
So i better go overclockers and pay extra for SUPER FAST DELIVERY, than wait fck know now long.
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Dont recommend flubit. Just got sent an used cpu. Overclockers are great.go the 4gb version delivered yesterday and it ia perfect. Be careful with this model as I had from awd it and it was faulty.


I know what you mean, them and Fireworks Direct messed me about for a couple of MONTHS when my Logitech Z506s died after a couple of hours of use so I'll find it hard to trust then again :|
£199.99 now so expired
most of the review FPS I have seen have the AMD 480 ahead of the 1060
Not super hot, but pretty hot.

If you wait until early April, the RX500 series re-spin will be out with rumours of it being more efficient and slight higher clocks.

With recent driver improvements they're on par with a 1060 6Gb, uses more power mind.
Dont recommend flubit. Just got sent an used cpu. Overclockers are great.go the 4gb version delivered yesterday and it ia perfect. Be careful with this model as I had from awd it and it was faulty.
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They have sorted out the heat problem with a bios upgrade.
This is a good deal but (there's always a but) with the 580 due within the next 2 months, this 480 is a hard sell, especially if the 8GB 580 does indeed come in at rumoured prices of £180 and with lower power and heat as well.
rav4cas
The 8gb Gigabyte model is £80+ more, or a ASUS 8GB for £30 more.
Where's this ASUS GPU?

Never mind, found it https://www.overclockers.co.uk/asus-radeon-rx-480-dual-oc-8192mb-gddr5-pci-express-graphics-card-gx-40v-as.html

Edited By: Alvie on Mar 21, 2017 17:43
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Soon will pair something new with my old timer Q9550 :D

I only replaced mine about a month or two ago, stunning chip given it's about ten years old!


I know, been runing it now just for over a year swaped/oc'd from e8500, just for day to day basics was no point doing new build. Done some little up's for old timer nd its good to go another decade :D
BigDiscovery
minmanas
Soon will pair something new with my old timer Q9550 :D
I tried Xeon equivalent E5440 with GTX 1050 (non Ti card), and E5440 would bottleneck the card in Fallout 4. The Witcher 3, GTA V and so on. So RX 480 is total overkill. IMO GTX 750TI, RX460, maybe GTX 950 is best to pair with that CPU.
Cool chip though, cheapest on ebay at the moment - £35, I recently bought i5 3470 for £50, lol.


Well im with u about overkilling with 480, was thinking not less then 470 or 1050ti. I need mainly for 1080p so lover then that its like wast of money. Had 460 on my mind but would be waste aswell :) will see :)
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Balb0wa
Download the file from Asus site, click on it in Windows, reboots and bingo it's done


I actually tried that straight afterward I posted the comment and it said something like "your bios no need an update" :s
Download the file from Asus site, click on it in Windows, reboots and bingo it's done
Balb0wa
Ive got this card, updated the bios to 0db one, its fine, very good for the money, paid £150 from ocuk

How did you update the BIOS? Would like to try this myself for the 0db fan mode. Thanks
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ether707
The Asus RX 480 8GB is on Scan for £174.98 with the DOOM game. I'm thinking of getting it but everyone is saying this card is loud and faulty.
I have RX 480 8GB XFX version and before I made my mind up I was worried same like you, as many users were complaining about the noise level and so on. But it really depends on your PC case, resolution you want to game, etc.
Maybe cards with earlier BIOS versions had some serious issues but now having the card I can't say anything bad about it, so far I would even say that it is a best GPU I ever had. I play in 1080p, my PC is without a window and literally next to me and when it comes to the noise I'll hear my PSU over the GPU.
I'm talking about the ASUS cards. They appear to be very loud and run hot.
I know pal, my point was that it is probably the same story for all makes of RX 480, but if you look on reviews, also note the date when they've been posted - most of the negative ones will be for the very early releases of the specific card.
I'm not your pal, buddy. I'm going by what people have commented on hotukdeals from buying this card. If you actually bothered to read the comments X)
I'm not your buddy, guy! X)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zuQK6t2Esng
oh I get it now. Sorry but we don't watch American Crap in our house.
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The Asus RX 480 8GB is on Scan for £174.98 with the DOOM game. I'm thinking of getting it but everyone is saying this card is loud and faulty.
I have RX 480 8GB XFX version and before I made my mind up I was worried same like you, as many users were complaining about the noise level and so on. But it really depends on your PC case, resolution you want to game, etc.
Maybe cards with earlier BIOS versions had some serious issues but now having the card I can't say anything bad about it, so far I would even say that it is a best GPU I ever had. I play in 1080p, my PC is without a window and literally next to me and when it comes to the noise I'll hear my PSU over the GPU.
I'm talking about the ASUS cards. They appear to be very loud and run hot.
I know pal, my point was that it is probably the same story for all makes of RX 480, but if you look on reviews, also note the date when they've been posted - most of the negative ones will be for the very early releases of the specific card.
I'm not your pal, buddy. I'm going by what people have commented on hotukdeals from buying this card. If you actually bothered to read the comments X)
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We are not your buddies, friend! X)
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You would also have to rely on developers coding efficiently enough to utilise the two gpus inside the pro duo.
This is primarily aimed at developers, it's not good as a gaming card and never has been.
Same thing, the software used have to be coded to utilise the two gpus.
Suztera
You would also have to rely on developers coding efficiently enough to utilise the two gpus inside the pro duo.

This is primarily aimed at developers, it's not good as a gaming card and never has been.
I would definitely go for Nvidia GTX 1080 TI for the same money.
I believe a 1080ti will be the same or beat this in all scenarios for the same/ similar price. Also a 1080ti power consumption is much lower and lower heat output.
You would also have to rely on developers coding efficiently enough to utilise the two gpus inside the pro duo.
Is this a joke
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Choose Amazon Prime as the seller for that price. seems like a bargain!
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Nice Amazon refund hehe


What do you mean? Get a refund for the item? Their strict and smart, they know if its arrived so you cant say its not arrived
If you say its broke they say send it back
Nobull
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The card in this "deal" is garbage compared to a 1060, which i admit is pricier than the rx480, but its beaten by the low end of Nvidia's line up.
This is just pure misinformation. The 1060 and 480 now tie on average in DX11 and the 1060 loses by 6+% in DX12 titles:http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/73945-gtx-1060-vs-rx-480-updated-review-23.htmlhttp://images.hardwarecanucks.com/image//skymtl/GPU/GTX-1060-UPDATE/GTX-1060-UPDATE-101.jpg
That's not quite accurate. Firstly, that's the only source for the 480 now matching/beating the 1060 - a similar article a few weeks later had the 480 still slightly behind the 1060, so we can take it that the 480 has closed a lot of the gap, but relying on a single source to say the 480 is now faster is a bit... optimistic, shall we say?

Except... notice what CPU those tests are using. I doubt many gamers pair a £150 card with a £300+ i7 CPU, which is what you'd need to get those results. If you can find comparisons of the 480 and 1060 using i5s and i3s, you can see how the 1060 doesn't drop in performance as much as the 480 does when paired with a weaker CPU. So, while it's fair to say that the 480 has closed the gap on i7 systems, it's wrong of you to assume that carries across to all systems ("pure misinformation", one might say ;)).

Here, don't take my word for it:
Eurogamer
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare runs faster on AMD's RX 480, compared to its Nvidia rival, the GTX 1060. It's an advantage that plays out consistently, as you can see in our Infinite Warfare PC performance analysis. But here's the thing: running these GPUs with an i7 - as we did above - essentially offers something akin to a bottomless pit of CPU power, and the balance of power between the green and red teams changes rapidly when you pair each GPU with a less capable processor, like the Pentium G4560 we're reviewing here.

And you can see that in the shot below, taken mere seconds later. As soon as the action intensifies, the RX 480 suddenly loses a lot of performance. Minimum frame-rate actually hits 45fps in our tests - 20fps lower than the GTX 1060. And that's important when choosing a graphics card to pair with a less capable CPU. AMD's DirectX 11 driver lacks multi-threading capabilities and is significantly less optimal than Nvidia's, meaning that when the CPU is taxed, certain titles lost a lot of performance (and we stress, not all games exhibit the issue, but you have no guarantee which titles will be affected and which are fine).

And if you're looking at putting together a Steam Machine, or using Linux, the 1060 clearly annihilates the 480, of course.

All that said, £156 is a great price for the 4GB 480. It's a budget card, and that 4GB may well be exhausted this year, but it's going to be an excellent purchase for someone with a decent CPU who only uses Windows and has a fairly strict £150 budget. In that case, it's definitely better value for money than the £210 6GB 1060.
bouncy99
we shall see.
Yep, I think by the time the R5s are released they could be a very good choice. Bugs will likely be ironed out and they should offer very good price/performance ratio. I'd imagine with slightly higher clocks and a bit of optimisation they will match similarly priced Intel chips in gaming but blow them out of the water for anything multithreaded. I plan to get an R5 for my next build (think 6 core may be the sweet spot) *if* they iron out the issues. But new architectures usually have some teething problems. Personally, I'd rather support the underdog, provided I get best price/performance ratio I can within my budget, as I think it's better for the industry.
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and currently, amd can beat a 1070 with what? or a 1080 with what? amd cards are currently garbage. lets see what vega brings.
Completely agree...I'm no AMD fanboi, but your comment was incorrect re the 1060 vs 480. AMD have been far too late to market with Vega and have surrendered the high end to Nvidia for a whole generation...but needs must. They invested so much in Ryzen and they have such a limited budget compared to Nvidia and Intel and fight on two fronts. We all should pray they do well with both Ryzen and Vega to introduce healthy competition. Vega, with HBM2 and biggest redesign since the original GCN (apparently) could be a big step forward for AMD but I really feel they can't simply be matching the 10 series of Nvidia, they have to be beating them 15-20% and be competitive with Volta at a lower price point.
Totally agree, unfortunately it appears ryzen may be a flop in gaming performance, according to some early reports. They are blaming a lack of optimisation for their product, so we shall see.
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I wouldn't worry, the processor is slower than some i5's and the reviews of the pc were pretty poor in general. You get get better stuff on ebay for lower prices, even if you have to pop a bit extra ram in.

Edited By: julieallen on Mar 09, 2017 09:03
Seems i missed it, only used very good showing now at £340.

Well for me at least anyway.
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Why so cold!? I'm pretty sure the Strix is up there with the GTR in terms of the pcb.
It may be the best 480 8gb out there, but that's the problem. The 480s do NOT overclock very well.https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/RX_480_STRIX_OC/23.htmlhttps://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/RX_480_STRIX_OC/26.html
OCing the Strix results in less than reference 1060 6gb OC.
Once you start adding a few quid to the cost of a 480, it's value quickly goes down. You can't push the card, so why have an exotic cooling solution?
I've seen different reviewers get much better overclocks out of the RX 480. It may be true you can't get a whole lot more out of it, but take the gigabyte rx480 for example and look at the temperatures of that even with a custom fan curve before overclocking.
Care to provide a link? I've not seen anything over 8% in game performance. I've seen a 11% theoretical OC, but it never translates to game performance (from what I've seen).
Nate1492
JoshuaHirst
Nate1492
jadamso
Why so cold!? I'm pretty sure the Strix is up there with the GTR in terms of the pcb.
It may be the best 480 8gb out there, but that's the problem. The 480s do NOT overclock very well.https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/RX_480_STRIX_OC/23.htmlhttps://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/RX_480_STRIX_OC/26.html
OCing the Strix results in less than reference 1060 6gb OC.
Once you start adding a few quid to the cost of a 480, it's value quickly goes down. You can't push the card, so why have an exotic cooling solution?
I've seen different reviewers get much better overclocks out of the RX 480. It may be true you can't get a whole lot more out of it, but take the gigabyte rx480 for example and look at the temperatures of that even with a custom fan curve before overclocking.
Care to provide a link? I've not seen anything over 8% in game performance. I've seen a 11% theoretical OC, but it never translates to game performance (from what I've seen).
There you go, i've seen higher than this as well :)https://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/graphics/2016/11/24/sapphire-rx-480-nitro-oc-4gb-and-8gb/11
I mean, do you refuse to actually look before posting?
I mentioned that I've seen 11% theoretical OC (These guys say 12% theoretical OC).
But did you actually look at the benchmarks provided?
There are 2 cards here tested over 2 games!
Sapphire and Asus cards.
Sapphire goes from 60/55 + 48/44 = 9% (With HUGE rounding errors).
ASUS goes from 53/51 + 42/39 = 5% (with HUGE rounding errors).
So, are you seriously willing to contest this as 'higher than 8%' with the amount of rounding error? These are whole numbers being used, and over 2 games. Seems almost *perfectly* aligned with what I've said (8% games, 11% theoretical).
The conclusion page just echoes my words:
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"the 8GB card improved by between seven and 11 percent"
For both cards, the first step in overclocking was to whack the power limit to 150 percent (the highest available setting) to reduce the potential for bottlenecking.
For the 8GB card, the core was stable up to 1,422MHz, but only after we also increased the voltage by 100mV. The memory was also happy with a small bump to 2.1GHz (8.4Gbps effective). These are overclocks of six and five percent respectively, although 1,422MHz compared to reference speeds is 12 percent higher – not bad.
As for the 4GB card, the core this time around was stable at 1,426MHz, an increase of 120MHz or 9 percent (13 percent over reference) – again, 100mV more was needed to hit this. The memory here managed 1.925GHz (7.7Gbps effective), a 10 percent increase.
At these speeds, and with the additional power headroom and voltage, system power consumption rose to a hefty 412W – this result was the same for both the 8GB and 4GB cards.
(12% HIGHER THAN REFERENCE) No where in that text does it say theoretical and last time I heard 12% is more than 11% X). Besides not everyone buys graphics cards just for games... X)

I mean, again, you made an assumption that a 12.3% mhz bump will mean 12.3% theoretical benchmark improvement.

It doesn't, look at your own source... 6094/5633=8.1% for the Sapphire and 5981/5566=7.4% for the ASUS in theoretical benchmark improvements.

Do... You get my point yet?
JoshuaHirst
Nate1492
JoshuaHirst
Nate1492
jadamso
Why so cold!? I'm pretty sure the Strix is up there with the GTR in terms of the pcb.
It may be the best 480 8gb out there, but that's the problem. The 480s do NOT overclock very well.https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/RX_480_STRIX_OC/23.htmlhttps://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/RX_480_STRIX_OC/26.html
OCing the Strix results in less than reference 1060 6gb OC.
Once you start adding a few quid to the cost of a 480, it's value quickly goes down. You can't push the card, so why have an exotic cooling solution?
I've seen different reviewers get much better overclocks out of the RX 480. It may be true you can't get a whole lot more out of it, but take the gigabyte rx480 for example and look at the temperatures of that even with a custom fan curve before overclocking.
Care to provide a link? I've not seen anything over 8% in game performance. I've seen a 11% theoretical OC, but it never translates to game performance (from what I've seen).
Nate1492
JoshuaHirst
Nate1492
jadamso
Why so cold!? I'm pretty sure the Strix is up there with the GTR in terms of the pcb.
It may be the best 480 8gb out there, but that's the problem. The 480s do NOT overclock very well.https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/RX_480_STRIX_OC/23.htmlhttps://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/RX_480_STRIX_OC/26.html
OCing the Strix results in less than reference 1060 6gb OC.
Once you start adding a few quid to the cost of a 480, it's value quickly goes down. You can't push the card, so why have an exotic cooling solution?
I've seen different reviewers get much better overclocks out of the RX 480. It may be true you can't get a whole lot more out of it, but take the gigabyte rx480 for example and look at the temperatures of that even with a custom fan curve before overclocking.
Care to provide a link? I've not seen anything over 8% in game performance. I've seen a 11% theoretical OC, but it never translates to game performance (from what I've seen).
There you go, i've seen higher than this as well :)https://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/graphics/2016/11/24/sapphire-rx-480-nitro-oc-4gb-and-8gb/11

I mean, do you refuse to actually look before posting?

I mentioned that I've seen 11% theoretical OC (These guys say 12% theoretical OC).

But did you actually look at the benchmarks provided?

There are 2 cards here tested over 2 games!

Sapphire and Asus cards.

Sapphire goes from 60/55 + 48/44 = 9% (With HUGE rounding errors).

ASUS goes from 53/51 + 42/39 = 5% (with HUGE rounding errors).

So, are you seriously willing to contest this as 'higher than 8%' with the amount of rounding error? These are whole numbers being used, and over 2 games. Seems almost *perfectly* aligned with what I've said (8% games, 11% theoretical).

The conclusion page just echoes my words:

Quote

"the 8GB card improved by between seven and 11 percent"
Nate1492
JoshuaHirst
Nate1492
jadamso
Why so cold!? I'm pretty sure the Strix is up there with the GTR in terms of the pcb.
It may be the best 480 8gb out there, but that's the problem. The 480s do NOT overclock very well.https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/RX_480_STRIX_OC/23.htmlhttps://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/RX_480_STRIX_OC/26.html
OCing the Strix results in less than reference 1060 6gb OC.
Once you start adding a few quid to the cost of a 480, it's value quickly goes down. You can't push the card, so why have an exotic cooling solution?
I've seen different reviewers get much better overclocks out of the RX 480. It may be true you can't get a whole lot more out of it, but take the gigabyte rx480 for example and look at the temperatures of that even with a custom fan curve before overclocking.
Care to provide a link? I've not seen anything over 8% in game performance. I've seen a 11% theoretical OC, but it never translates to game performance (from what I've seen).

Nate1492
JoshuaHirst
Nate1492
jadamso
Why so cold!? I'm pretty sure the Strix is up there with the GTR in terms of the pcb.
It may be the best 480 8gb out there, but that's the problem. The 480s do NOT overclock very well.https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/RX_480_STRIX_OC/23.htmlhttps://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/RX_480_STRIX_OC/26.html
OCing the Strix results in less than reference 1060 6gb OC.
Once you start adding a few quid to the cost of a 480, it's value quickly goes down. You can't push the card, so why have an exotic cooling solution?
I've seen different reviewers get much better overclocks out of the RX 480. It may be true you can't get a whole lot more out of it, but take the gigabyte rx480 for example and look at the temperatures of that even with a custom fan curve before overclocking.
Care to provide a link? I've not seen anything over 8% in game performance. I've seen a 11% theoretical OC, but it never translates to game performance (from what I've seen).
There you go, i've seen higher than this as well :)https://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/graphics/2016/11/24/sapphire-rx-480-nitro-oc-4gb-and-8gb/11

Edited By: JoshuaHirst on Mar 09, 2017 14:47
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kkane_irl
Nate1492
jadamso
Why so cold!? I'm pretty sure the Strix is up there with the GTR in terms of the pcb.
It may be the best 480 8gb out there, but that's the problem. The 480s do NOT overclock very well.https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/RX_480_STRIX_OC/23.htmlhttps://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/RX_480_STRIX_OC/26.html
OCing the Strix results in less than reference 1060 6gb OC.
Once you start adding a few quid to the cost of a 480, it's value quickly goes down. You can't push the card, so why have an exotic cooling solution?
Its as simple as this, if you don't care about backplates and RGB lighting the get the dual, but if you want those things for your specific build you have to pay £30 extra. Some people will happily pay for those features.
Exactly, the Asus Dual OC would look terrible in my build X).


i bought the 4gb dual for £150 and can confirm its not a looker! But it should do the job until AMD release their top end cards (need it for freesync)
JoshuaHirst
Nate1492
jadamso
Why so cold!? I'm pretty sure the Strix is up there with the GTR in terms of the pcb.
It may be the best 480 8gb out there, but that's the problem. The 480s do NOT overclock very well.https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/RX_480_STRIX_OC/23.htmlhttps://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/RX_480_STRIX_OC/26.html
OCing the Strix results in less than reference 1060 6gb OC.
Once you start adding a few quid to the cost of a 480, it's value quickly goes down. You can't push the card, so why have an exotic cooling solution?
I've seen different reviewers get much better overclocks out of the RX 480. It may be true you can't get a whole lot more out of it, but take the gigabyte rx480 for example and look at the temperatures of that even with a custom fan curve before overclocking.

Care to provide a link? I've not seen anything over 8% in game performance. I've seen a 11% theoretical OC, but it never translates to game performance (from what I've seen).
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bought my son a RX 470 4gb from amazon for £154.99 last week so heat from me


Just for the leds?
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bought my son a RX 470 4gb from amazon for £154.99 last week so heat from me
I thought it depended on whether the lights were R, B or G - and overall they sort of averaged out to W
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Destard
Wouldn't it be better overall to pay around £10 more and get an rx 480?


wow hold on there!!! This model has RGB lights, much more beneficial than %15 more performance.


Rgb lights give 50% better performance
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Hi can anyone recommend me a graphics card for gigabyte ga-t671mg motherboard, thank you...
Great find op
JoseChupachup
How does this compare to my R9 280x? Is there a ranking table somewhere?


The toms hardware gpu ranking chart is quite helpful

http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/gpu-hierarchy,review-33383.html

Essentially if you upgrade up less than 3 steps you probably won't notice much of a difference
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JoseChupachup
How does this compare to my R9 280x? Is there a ranking table somewhere?
Its not worth moving from a 280x to this card lol better going for the 470rx


Thanks. Any idea on what would be a good value upgrade? Do I even need one? I'm running a 1080p monitor and sometimes stream to the Tv.
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gowf

Apart from that you're absolutely correct it's a matter of overclocking, sometimes 4gb vs 8gb, cooling method and fans and finally aesthetics
The basic gpu itself is always the same. And amd or nvidia don't let that aspect be changed at all
Thanks guys, I didn't know they all were kind of the same thing just with a few changes. Is there a big difference between 4GB and 8GB when we're talking about graphic cards? ie, if the price difference is too much, is it really worth it?
A single 480 isn't powerful enough to run bells and whistles at 4k, and I'm guessing you're not thinking of xfiring (which has its own issues but really does need the 8gb cards).
At 1080p you won't notice any difference between them, I'd save £40 and get the 4gb.

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At 1080p you won't notice any difference between them, I'd save £40 and get the 4gb.
Mainly that config yeah, good to know. Thank you mate!

More about choosing VRAM here >

4GB of VRAM is more than enough for most video cards today, even at 4K. ... This test has shown that 8GB of VRAM is pretty useless right now, there's just no need. Sure, NVIDIA has a video card with 12GB of VRAM in the Titan X, and 6GB of VRAM on its new GTX 980 Ti, but most of the time it's not needed, even at 4K.13 Jun 2015
How much VRAM do you really need at 1080p, 1440p and 4K?
http://www.tweaktown.com/tweakipedia/89/much-vram-need-1080p-1440p-4k/index.html



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Seems a cracking price for this graphics card, comes with free copy of DOOM 2016 and FREE SHIPPING (regardless of forum member or not). GPU Specifications: DUAL-RX480-O4G Core Clock: 13…
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I was one of the ones who got a bad 8gb version of this card, I returned mine to CCL and they confirmed the fault.

They offered me a replacement or refund, I decided to give it another chance and i'm glad i did, everything is working great this time, tested with multiple games and benchmark programs, this card is considerably quieter than my old Evga GTX 750ti SC, but I have nothing else to compare it with so I don't know if that's saying much, it certainly doesn't bother me.

If anyone is looking for some idea of performance, I have been playing doom on ultra settings at 1440p and getting an average of 85fps (make sure you change the API to Vulkan in the settings as it adds about 30fps to the performance)

At 1080p on ultra settings i'm getting around 155fps.

Edited By: sjb07 on Mar 11, 2017 01:19: *
anyone recommend something similar to this please?
my old card is really struggling to play battlefront
Likely was a bad batch,that lot.
The only reason I avoided asus cards on thr rx 480 is no back plate, high pcb temps comparatively..
I would point a case fan at the back of that card to get a really long life out of it.
Working fine for my son for the last three days so hopefully the dodgy reports from the other thread were for a bad batch of the 8gb versions.

Currently running Doom on Ultra at about 120fps (@1080p). GPU maxed at 100% but fans only at about 55% of max speed and while you can hear them, I can certainly say that my old Radeon 7870 was much hotter and noisier than this card. In normal (non-gaming) use the fans hardly ever even spin up so it's basically silent.
Up to £164.99 :(
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Admittedly you get DOOM with this but if you're not worried about the game, can save a few quid herehttps://www.scan.co.uk/products/8gb-asus-radeon-rx-480-dual-oc-14nm-polaris-pcie-30-8000mhz-gddr5-1305mhz-boost-2304-streams-2x-dp-2?owpid=2832615
Might only save a fiver but £5 is £5 :)

It's now £174.98 and you get Doom with it.
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Yeah I think there's a reason these are cheap, I ordered one but it was faulty, it would play on low settings but as soon as I turned up the detail in each of my games the card crashed to a solid colour screen in under a minute. Returned the card, they agreed it was faulty, sent me another. Does exactly the same thing. Can't even get 2 minutes into the heaven4.0 benchmark (which isn't exactly demanding anymore) at 1600x900 preset.
And yes I tried both cards with several drivers, different pci-e cables, and even in another machine.
After getting 2 faulty in a row I'm guessing there's a high fault rate with these cards.
That's bad luck, my first card was the same, but thankfully my replacement is working great, I've ran it through its paces on a lot of games and benchmark programs.

I'm getting 85fps on ultra settings on Doom @ 1440p, 155fps @ 1080p, using the Vulkan API.

I would ask them to test a 3rd card before sending it out if you are considering giving them another chance, as it's a great card for the money that will only get better as more games start using DX12 & Vulkan.

Edited By: sjb07 on Mar 12, 2017 14:34
Yeah I think there's a reason these are cheap, I ordered one but it was faulty, it would play on low settings but as soon as I turned up the detail in each of my games the card crashed to a solid colour screen in under a minute. Returned the card, they agreed it was faulty, sent me another. Does exactly the same thing. Can't even get 2 minutes into the heaven4.0 benchmark (which isn't exactly demanding anymore) at 1600x900 preset.

And yes I tried both cards with several drivers, different pci-e cables, and even in another machine.

After getting 2 faulty in a row I'm guessing there's a high fault rate with these cards.
Admittedly you get DOOM with this but if you're not worried about the game, can save a few quid here
https://www.scan.co.uk/products/8gb-asus-radeon-rx-480-dual-oc-14nm-polaris-pcie-30-8000mhz-gddr5-1305mhz-boost-2304-streams-2x-dp-2?owpid=2832615

Might only save a fiver but £5 is £5 :)

Edited By: BB93 on Mar 06, 2017 15:36
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You should have got a voucher from the retailer first, then claim the game from amdrewards. Unfortunately, the hitman promo is now over.[/quote]
I did, but AMD have failed repeatedly to authenticate my AMDRewards account, and so no Hitman download. They do manage to send me lots of spam for the new cpu launch and other comps, but still fail to send any reply or activation code for the account.
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Asus Radeon DUAL RX 480 4GB £132.49 @ AWDIT

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thats the pre VAT price, £158.99 after VAT
its also available at Amazon for £158.99 or £146.33 via Flubit http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/asus-rx-480-4gb-dual-oc-158-99-dispatched-sold-amazon-2626751



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PowerColor Radeon RX460 Red Dragon Graphics Card £83.64 @ Novatech

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It would seem the price continues to fall for entry level gaming! You can get this card for only £83.64, if you select the free shipping option at checkout, and it is from a reputable retailer also… Read More
It would seem the price continues to fall for entry level gaming! You can get this card for only £83.64, if you select the free shipping option at checkout, and it is from a reputable retailer also…
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JimBobJr
Good price, saw it for the same yesterday at Aria PC but couldnt post it :p


sorry I'm new to this site ,but why not?
The only card on that list that is going to offer a large amount of difference is the 7970/R9 280 (maybe the GTX 680), and they both need an 8+6 pin power connector and draw at least a couple of hundred watts under load. Again that's not really helping someone who wants to plonk this in a Dell Inspiron/ HP Pavilion/Zoostorm etc.. basic tower with a 300-400W PSU, even when you can convert the spare molex plugs to the correct connectors, it would probably just end up killing the PSU.

So yeah, someone looking for a cheap card to play games that requires no extra upgrades and doesn't want to spend £140 on the RX 470, you have pretty much two options this or for 20% more cost the cheapest Geforce GTX 1050, which is about 15% faster at best.
EQL
Nate1492
Uncommon.Sense
Nate1492
I personally would suggest considering a used card in this price range rather than buying the 460.
It's a very week card and if you can stump up a bit more for the 470, or wait, or buy used... It would be a better investment.
I see where you are coming from, but the cheapest RX 470 is £139.98 which is 67% more expensive that this card so it's not really a comparison.
As for second hand, yes, in theory second hand is fine but not everyone can buy second hand as there are not 'xx amount in stock' they are one off's generally. If you were shopping second hand in this price range I am not sure what you can get that is significantly faster that doesn't require a decent PSU with a PCI-E 6-pin connector, so you might end up have to buy another PSU, further adding to the costs.
If someone likes to play computer games, I simply can't recommend this card.
If you want a card that doesn't require a decent PSU or a PCI-E 6 pin, then I would point you toward the 750 ti 950/1050 Geforce card. Geforce is much better suited for low end CPUs and DX11 gaming.
Anyway, if you are stuck without a 6 pin PCI, then that's another problem.
I simply can't suggest this card to anyone who isn't stuck with that situation, I can't recommend the 750 ti, 950, 1050 or 460. They don't even handle the current generation's games at 60 fps 1080 reasonable graphics.
(I'd suggest the 750 Ti shouldn't be in the same discussion)
The RX460 has similar performance to the HD 7870/R9 270/R7 370 and the GTX 660 Ti (and the Xbox One and the PS4), so games are going to be built around its capabilities for a while, but it isn't the most powerful card around. The RX470 appears to be a significant step up (3 tiers in the GPU hierarchy) for not that much more.
Talking about secondhand graphics cards, I thought I'd mention these oldies from Cex (ebay is often overpriced). They will use more electricity, will run out of support earlier and may still not be cheap enough to buy :) (the GTX 580 has the best bang for the buck, but is probably too old) :Nvidia Geforce GTX 770 2GB (£87.50)Nvidia GeForce Kepler GTX 680 2GB (£92.50)ATI Radeon HD 7970 DD XT2 3GB(£97.50)ATI Radeon Tahiti XT HD 7970 3GB(£97.50)Nvidia GeForce Fermi GTX 580 1.5GB (£47.50)ATI Radeon HD 7870 XT 2GB (£67.50)ATI Radeon R9 280 3GB DX 11 (£77.50)ATI Radeon HD 7950 3GD5 3GB (£77.50)Nvidia GeForce Kepler GTX 670 2GB (£77.50)CeX offer a 24-month warranty* (on all items purchased on or after 14th Nov 2015) on all products excluding consumables
Power requirements need to be bourne in mind with these older, more demanding cards. Molex hard-drive power cables can be converted to PCI-E 6 pin connectors.

Great follow up post, that was my thoughts if I wasn't lazy ;-)

Now, I do want to point out something: The xbox and PS4 are going through a weird phase where they are both offering upgrades to their consoles. It may not be the 'defacto' specs to publish for, so aiming for a 460 as your target may leave you in an awkward position where developers are planning around the new console specs (they aren't really 'new') but I think you know what i mean.
Nate1492
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Nate1492
I personally would suggest considering a used card in this price range rather than buying the 460.
It's a very week card and if you can stump up a bit more for the 470, or wait, or buy used... It would be a better investment.
I see where you are coming from, but the cheapest RX 470 is £139.98 which is 67% more expensive that this card so it's not really a comparison.
As for second hand, yes, in theory second hand is fine but not everyone can buy second hand as there are not 'xx amount in stock' they are one off's generally. If you were shopping second hand in this price range I am not sure what you can get that is significantly faster that doesn't require a decent PSU with a PCI-E 6-pin connector, so you might end up have to buy another PSU, further adding to the costs.
If someone likes to play computer games, I simply can't recommend this card.
If you want a card that doesn't require a decent PSU or a PCI-E 6 pin, then I would point you toward the 750 ti 950/1050 Geforce card. Geforce is much better suited for low end CPUs and DX11 gaming.
Anyway, if you are stuck without a 6 pin PCI, then that's another problem.
I simply can't suggest this card to anyone who isn't stuck with that situation, I can't recommend the 750 ti, 950, 1050 or 460. They don't even handle the current generation's games at 60 fps 1080 reasonable graphics.
(I'd suggest the 750 Ti shouldn't be in the same discussion)

The RX460 has similar performance to the HD 7870/R9 270/R7 370 and the GTX 660 Ti (and the Xbox One and the PS4), so games are going to be built around its capabilities for a while, but it isn't the most powerful card around. The RX470 appears to be a significant step up (3 tiers in the GPU hierarchy) for not that much more.

Talking about secondhand graphics cards, I thought I'd mention these oldies from Cex (ebay is often overpriced). They will use more electricity, will run out of support earlier and may still not be cheap enough to buy :) (the GTX 580 has the best bang for the buck, but is probably too old) :

Nvidia Geforce GTX 770 2GB (£87.50)
Nvidia GeForce Kepler GTX 680 2GB (£92.50)
ATI Radeon HD 7970 DD XT2 3GB(£97.50)
ATI Radeon Tahiti XT HD 7970 3GB(£97.50)

Nvidia GeForce Fermi GTX 580 1.5GB (£47.50)
ATI Radeon HD 7870 XT 2GB (£67.50)
ATI Radeon R9 280 3GB DX 11 (£77.50)
ATI Radeon HD 7950 3GD5 3GB (£77.50)
Nvidia GeForce Kepler GTX 670 2GB (£77.50)

CeX offer a 24-month warranty* (on all items purchased on or after 14th Nov 2015) on all products excluding consumables

Power requirements need to be bourne in mind with these older, more demanding cards. Molex hard-drive power cables can be converted to PCI-E 6 pin connectors.

Edited By: EQL on Mar 03, 2017 23:52
Uncommon.Sense
Nate1492
I personally would suggest considering a used card in this price range rather than buying the 460.
It's a very week card and if you can stump up a bit more for the 470, or wait, or buy used... It would be a better investment.
I see where you are coming from, but the cheapest RX 470 is £139.98 which is 67% more expensive that this card so it's not really a comparison.
As for second hand, yes, in theory second hand is fine but not everyone can buy second hand as there are not 'xx amount in stock' they are one off's generally. If you were shopping second hand in this price range I am not sure what you can get that is significantly faster that doesn't require a decent PSU with a PCI-E 6-pin connector, so you might end up have to buy another PSU, further adding to the costs.

If someone likes to play computer games, I simply can't recommend this card.

If you want a card that doesn't require a decent PSU or a PCI-E 6 pin, then I would point you toward the 750 ti 950/1050 Geforce card. Geforce is much better suited for low end CPUs and DX11 gaming.

Anyway, if you are stuck without a 6 pin PCI, then that's another problem.

I simply can't suggest this card to anyone who isn't stuck with that situation, I can't recommend the 750 ti, 950, 1050 or 460. They don't even handle the current generation's games at 60 fps 1080 reasonable graphics.
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Is there no free delivery option?
Great deal. Personally I would gamble and wait to see if the 400 series cards go cheap once the 500 series is out, but that's just me being tight
That seems like a hell of a good price considering the price of some of the RX 460's. Very tempted for a serious upgrade from my aging 6850!
This 470 also comes with a backplate (according to the pictures on newegg) unlike a lot of the other deals around.
Heat! If your after a 480...Asus Radeon DUAL RX 480 4GB is only £15 more.

Edit The 480 seems to have increased by £4 :(



Edited By: utopiangames on Mar 02, 2017 15:53: Edit
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Expect to see the prices falling as April approaches, the replacement RX 560, 570 and 580's will be out then. :)
Heat for the current best price however,
rx 560 is basically an overclocked rx 460

I know, hence why I mentioned them. Same Polaris based GPU, some tweaks to clocks and RAM speed. The comment was intended to explain why the price is falling. ;)
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XFX Radeon RX460 Core Edition 4GB AMD Graphics Card - £107.99 @ Scan

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I wouldn't bother with this, either buy the 2gb version and save yourself £20 or get a 1050 for around this price, if not less.
ether707
I'm looking to record game play and edit videos.


If you shop around, the 8gb version of the rx480 is around 20-30 quid more, may be worth it for memory hungry apps.
I'm looking to record game play and edit videos.
ether707
I still have a lousy HD7850. I'm out of the loop on graphics cards now days. Whats a decent GPU for under £200?


Just bought a Asus RX480-04 for £165 from Overclockers to replace an ageing AMD6950. Suits my meagre needs ☺️
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Asus Radeon 4GB RX 480 - £164.99 @ Amazon

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I did this on Flubit and got it for £149 so you may save a little over AWT-IT :)
£154.95 on the AWD-IT.co.uk website
my bad...
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Amazon UK is selling the Asus version of AMD’s Radeon RX 460 dual 2GB GDDR5 graphics card for a lowly price of just £86.99. The AMD Radeon RX 460 generally retails at around £105 to £115, and i cou… Read More
Amazon UK is selling the Asus version of AMD’s Radeon RX 460 dual 2GB GDDR5 graphics card for a lowly price of just £86.99. The AMD Radeon RX 460 generally retails at around £105 to £115, and i cou…
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Best at £100 a used r9 290 or r9 290x on ebay. Great price for performance. Need a beefy psu. Great for heating your home too... Lol
TheBluewhale10
we this card be good to put in a prebuilt pc
you can try
we this card be good to put in a prebuilt pc
emlin
I hate to show my ignorance, but would a 300 watt PSU be ok with this?


Should be just about ok
Vomit
Pretty good price, seems to be on par with a nvidia 750ti.
I like this guy's reviews ... https://youtu.be/48qXn-EVmGk
A quick spoiler though, the RX460 generally scores a little over the 750Ti - making it a strong contender in the price bracket
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Asus Radeon DUAL RX 480 GDDR5 4GB OC VR Gaming Graphics Card £154.99 at awd-it

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Bloody good price for an RX 480. Quite ridiculous how cheap it is to get great performance at 1080p :)
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I have used the oc feature but it just makes the card louder with very little fps benefit . I run my games at 1080p Doom on ultra vulkan api. Gta v on a mix of very high/ultra. Borderlands 2 maxed out and Rise of the tomb raider on high. getting over 60 fps most of the time with few drops below that.
wermonk
I finally got mine on wednesday. So far everything seems fine.(besides a weird pink cast to the screen when I initially installed the drivers this went away went I rebooted my pc). So far I have played a few hours of GTA V and a few hours of Rise of the tomb raider fallout 4 and Borderlands 2 with no problems. Doom on the other hand was a bit of a problem it would crash on startup but a reinstall fixed that. I have found Steam in home streaming is being a bit picky with the games it will work with. On My 1050ti all my games worked via in home streaming but with the rx480 some just won't play nice.
Thank you very much for the good news! May I just ask what settings you are running these games? And also if you are using the OC feature and overflocking the card?
I finally got mine on wednesday. So far everything seems fine.(besides a weird pink cast to the screen when I initially installed the drivers this went away went I rebooted my pc). So far I have played a few hours of GTA V and a few hours of Rise of the tomb raider fallout 4 and Borderlands 2 with no problems. Doom on the other hand was a bit of a problem it would crash on startup but a reinstall fixed that. I have found Steam in home streaming is being a bit picky with the games it will work with. On My 1050ti all my games worked via in home streaming but with the rx480 some just won't play nice.
Can someone please confirm that they got this card and it works fine? There are a number of people who bought the 8GB model from the same site and are posting that they had issues with the card turning off under high loads when playing games.
kris00
hasj2
anyone get any shipping updates, I still have a slight doubt in the back of my mind that we won't get this
Spoke to them on live-chat yesterday, all the RX 480s are getting shipped this afternoon, so no need to worry :)



wermonk
I have just spoken to them. They told me due to the bad weather yesterday items will not be shipped till early next week. Make of that what you will.

I knew it, they sent me a email stating because of weather conditions its delayed, what the hell, cancelling my order and ordering with Overclockers, they state it will be delivered tomorrow if i order within the next 1 hour., its £10 more but you get Doom 2016 anyway.

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MEDION AMD A10, 8 GB, 240 GB SSD, 2 TB HDD, Radeon R7 Graphics - £549.00 @ Medion Shop UK

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I think the quality of the processor isn't great. For the price you're looking at you can easily get a prebuilt PC with either a fx processor or an i3 with a moderate gpu, both will easily outshine the individual graphics and CPU aspects of the a10.
Agree completely, i built an all new ground up PC using an A10-7850K.... it replaced a 1st Gen i7 and even with double the ram ( 16gb ) and an RX390 with 4Gb DDR5 it runs crap - its slow to encode video, it trips over stuff if im running more than 3 things at once, its HOT as hell even though ive got a wraith on it for cooling - the problem is the FX chips run hotter than the A10 - wait for the Rysen and hope its better or do the Intel route and play safe, expensive, but SAFE!
samfa
Thanks for the reply. I was looking for a pre-built solution really as I'm too lazy to build my own. Do you know when Rysen is out?


it's not difficult to build your own
didn't even look at the spec because that is one terrible looking case, case is about £5 retail but looks like something from the 90s
I'd expect something better for this price, literally just went to the first site that came to the top of my head and found a PC much cheaper with more ram, same performance CPU, and only very slightly slower GPU. for £170 less, just stick a SSD inside and you've saved yourself over a £100. That's just a quick search, you spend a bit longer you can find much better deals.

http://www.ebuyer.com/747127-zoostorm-evolve-desktop-pc-7260-3060