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Posted 18th Jul

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Outperforms 2070 cards / at least matches for less. Wont pretend I know more than a lot of people on here, but, seems like a great deal.
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Be aware that some users are suffering from significant driver issues with the 5700 series cards.

I have one that crashes when trying to open any games, and will be returning it. Many users are finding their models to be absolutely fine, but something to be aware of
FierceVinegar18/07/2019 16:06

we must be talking about different cards then or you live in another …we must be talking about different cards then or you live in another dimension where that is true


You may perhaps. It is within 5% of a super on average, but what would I know having a 5700,1080 ti and RTX cards to bench
Edited by: "3anana" 18th Jul
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1905dar18/07/2019 11:36

Cheeky


I started uploading it before I saw your comment about the 1! You saw it first, you can have the credit for the Sapphire! This one is for the AS Rock but added in this one too as saw both on ebuyer search. No idea which one is better, cant see anything searching online quickly
Be aware that some users are suffering from significant driver issues with the 5700 series cards.

I have one that crashes when trying to open any games, and will be returning it. Many users are finding their models to be absolutely fine, but something to be aware of
SourMash9118/07/2019 11:41

I started uploading it before I saw your comment about the 1! You saw it …I started uploading it before I saw your comment about the 1! You saw it first, you can have the credit for the Sapphire! This one is for the AS Rock but added in this one too as saw both on ebuyer search. No idea which one is better, cant see anything searching online quickly


Haha don't worry about it, leave it on
The more deals the merrier!
jaymzuk18/07/2019 11:46

Be aware that some users are suffering from significant driver issues with …Be aware that some users are suffering from significant driver issues with the 5700 series cards.I have one that crashes when trying to open any games, and will be returning it. Many users are finding their models to be absolutely fine, but something to be aware of


same old amd
robodan91818/07/2019 13:56

same old amd


Apparently so, at least for Radeon Technologies Group. Hopefully Digital River pull their finger out and get me the return details so I can order a 2070 Super
Think I'll wait for a better cooler.
robodan91818/07/2019 13:56

same old amd


The Garmin of graphics cards! Never buy an AMD GPU within 3 months of launch!
should not cost 350 for 1080 peformance
FierceVinegar18/07/2019 14:58

should not cost 350 for 1080 peformance


More like, the 1080 should not cost as much as it does... But since Nvidia had pretty much no competition at the high end, they can charge whatever they want.
sergiup18/07/2019 15:05

More like, the 1080 should not cost as much as it does... But since Nvidia …More like, the 1080 should not cost as much as it does... But since Nvidia had pretty much no competition at the high end, they can charge whatever they want.


i remember like 2-3 years ago i saw a 1080 on warehouse for 300, prices have not gone down at all
When is the card getting a full launch? This is nipping at the 2070 RTX Super surprisingly.

Top Asus or Sapphire models will be interesting.
I would wait for cards with custom coolers. This thing is hot and loud.
mreriksen18/07/2019 15:32

I would wait for cards with custom coolers. This thing is hot and loud.


I'm just about to test that out for myself

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MRP18/07/2019 15:10

When is the card getting a full launch? This is nipping at the 2070 RTX …When is the card getting a full launch? This is nipping at the 2070 RTX Super surprisingly. Top Asus or Sapphire models will be interesting.


1st custom card has been revealed so shouldn't be too long.

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3anana18/07/2019 15:38

This is closer to a 1080 Ti actually.


actually its not, its not even close to the 2070 super
FierceVinegar18/07/2019 14:58

should not cost 350 for 1080 peformance


1080 performance? Don't be delusional. An RTX 2060 is basically 1080 performance, this stomps that. This competes with 2070 super or so, so should be around 1080ti (a bit under).
Slotzy_a18/07/2019 15:56

1080 performance? Don't be delusional. An RTX 2060 is basically 1080 …1080 performance? Don't be delusional. An RTX 2060 is basically 1080 performance, this stomps that. This competes with 2070 super or so, so should be around 1080ti (a bit under).


we must be talking about different cards then or you live in another dimension where that is true
FierceVinegar18/07/2019 16:06

we must be talking about different cards then or you live in another …we must be talking about different cards then or you live in another dimension where that is true


You may perhaps. It is within 5% of a super on average, but what would I know having a 5700,1080 ti and RTX cards to bench
Edited by: "3anana" 18th Jul
3anana18/07/2019 16:27

You must sure. It is within 5% of a super on average but what would I know …You must sure. It is within 5% of a super on average but what would I know owning) having a 5700,1080 ti and RTX cards ti bench


ive seen multiple reviews that have it at a few frames above the 2060 super and considerable lower than the 2070 super
MRP18/07/2019 15:10

When is the card getting a full launch? This is nipping at the 2070 RTX …When is the card getting a full launch? This is nipping at the 2070 RTX Super surprisingly. Top Asus or Sapphire models will be interesting.


Asus recently have been poor for amd GPUs, Powercolor and Sapphire are the ones to watch for
benfisher199118/07/2019 16:55

5700XT stomps the GTX1080 : …5700XT stomps the GTX1080 : https://www.anandtech.com/bench/product/2527?vs=2522Trades blows with the 2070 Super: https://www.anandtech.com/bench/product/2516?vs=2522



'Trades blows' is pushing it. I just ran down the list and counted 30+ wins for the 2070 Super versus maybe a dozen for the 5700XT. The Nvidia card is clearly faster, albeit not by much.

But it's tight in there anyway with a few models swilling around, 5700XT is basically = standard 2070. The Super is a little bit above.

In any case the blower coolers on the 5700XT are predictably garbage. Ok, maybe that's a bit strong but they are no better than mediocre, only just about good enough to control temps and noise at stock clocks. No more. They need AIB coolers to unlock their potential. Wait for those.
vulcanproject18/07/2019 17:20

'Trades blows' is pushing it. I just ran down the list and counted 30+ …'Trades blows' is pushing it. I just ran down the list and counted 30+ wins for the 2070 Super versus maybe a dozen for the 5700XT. The Nvidia card is clearly faster, albeit not by much. But it's tight in there anyway with a few models swilling around, 5700XT is basically = standard 2070. The Super is a little bit above.In any case the blower coolers on the 5700XT are predictably garbage. Ok, maybe that's a bit strong but they are no better than mediocre, only just about good enough to control temps and noise at stock clocks. No more. They need AIB coolers to unlock their potential. Wait for those.




Yeah fair play. I didn't really count the bottom half of the graph with synthetics. It's just a touch below the 2070 super. Which is much faster than a GTX1080, which was the main point I was countering from the other guy.
benfisher199118/07/2019 17:24

Yeah fair play. I didn't really count the bottom half of the graph with …Yeah fair play. I didn't really count the bottom half of the graph with synthetics. It's just a touch below the 2070 super. Which is much faster than a GTX1080, which was the main point I was countering from the other guy.


Oh for sure it's definitely a bit faster than a GTX1080, but that is a 3 year old card at this stage. If you paid £600 for one of them in summer 2016 you are still laughing today, cos you got a good deal in hindsight of their longevity. Arguably a good model is still worth the best part of £300.

It has taken AMD far far too long to respond but at least there is a good fight happening now. I still have my concerns that AMD needed a totally new manufacturing node to just draw level with Nvidia in the efficiency and performance stakes. If Samsung 7nm EUV works then they'll just go back to annihilating AMD from the midrange upwards in 2020. In the meantime enjoy the price wars.
vulcanproject18/07/2019 17:37

Oh for sure it's definitely a bit faster than a GTX1080, but that is a 3 …Oh for sure it's definitely a bit faster than a GTX1080, but that is a 3 year old card at this stage. If you paid £600 for one of them in summer 2016 you are still laughing today, cos you got a good deal in hindsight of their longevity. Arguably a good model is still worth the best part of £300.It has taken AMD far far too long to respond but at least there is a good fight happening now. I still have my concerns that AMD needed a totally new manufacturing node to just draw level with Nvidia in the efficiency and performance stakes. If Samsung 7nm EUV works then they'll just go back to annihilating AMD from the midrange upwards in 2020. In the meantime enjoy the price wars.


We're still comparing 2 gpus of different die sizes though. 5800 cards should be out later this year, I'd expect around GC or near Threadripper launch and priced more comparably to the 2070 Super.

That said at least there's positive progress from team red, and competition for green. More choice and value for us.
mreriksen18/07/2019 15:32

I would wait for cards with custom coolers. This thing is hot and loud.




They do have their advantage to overall system cooling. The video is fairly old but still applicable.
Nautilus18618/07/2019 18:36

[Video] They do have their advantage to overall system cooling. The video …[Video] They do have their advantage to overall system cooling. The video is fairly old but still applicable.


True, lower system temps but higher GPU temps. However, CPU or system doesn't downclock with higher temps, but the GPU does
mreriksen18/07/2019 21:36

True, lower system temps but higher GPU temps. However, CPU or system …True, lower system temps but higher GPU temps. However, CPU or system doesn't downclock with higher temps, but the GPU does


Fair comment.its a bit of a mixed bag. Some reviews such as gamer nexus,Linus tech tips had issues others such as hardware unboxed and not an apple fan did not.
I think with some of the test cards there were some manufacturing issues combined with pre Public driver issue for some.

We could do with someone who owns one telling us if theirs runs hot and loud.
LazybeatX18/07/2019 15:37

I'm just about to test that out for myself [Image]


How did it run. Have you tested yet?
Nautilus18618/07/2019 21:52

How did it run. Have you tested yet?


7 hours since their post - you think they'd report back :P
Edited by: "imdurc" 19th Jul
Nautilus18618/07/2019 21:50

Fair comment.its a bit of a mixed bag. Some reviews such as gamer …Fair comment.its a bit of a mixed bag. Some reviews such as gamer nexus,Linus tech tips had issues others such as hardware unboxed and not an apple fan did not.I think with some of the test cards there were some manufacturing issues combined with pre Public driver issue for some.We could do with someone who owns one telling us if theirs runs hot and loud.


I suppose there are cases (no pun intended) when blower style cooler can be useful, like when installing in a small/ITX case with poor ventilation.

I would still say that in a well ventilated case, open-style coolers are the way to go. I had blower style vega 56 in my silverstone SG13 case, and oh my god, that thing sounded like a hair drier. Even if 5700 series is a bit more quiet, it is still freaking loud.
Nautilus18618/07/2019 21:52

How did it run. Have you tested yet?

Yea just done some testing on it. I don't know what people are talking about with the loudness of the card. Under gaming loads its no louder than my corsair LL140s. It performs like an absolute champ. Only tested rise of the tomb raider, Anthem, devil may cry 5. Rarely dipped below 144 fps maxed out at 1440p in DMC5. Going to try some overclocking tomorrow night after work. But so far I'm very impressed, I knew I'd have to go hands on with the card to make my own mind up about the noise levels, it's definitely been exaggerated. They must have just cranked the fan up to 100%. I will setup a custom fan curve too to make it even quieter.
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Edited by: "LazybeatX" 18th Jul
imdurc18/07/2019 22:11

7 hours since their post - you'd think they'd report back :P


Gimmi a break I've got 2 screaming kids to deal with
jaymzuk18/07/2019 11:46

Be aware that some users are suffering from significant driver issues with …Be aware that some users are suffering from significant driver issues with the 5700 series cards.I have one that crashes when trying to open any games, and will be returning it. Many users are finding their models to be absolutely fine, but something to be aware of


I also have issues, I got it to stop crashing but I have non stop stuttering even though the fps is 144, sometimes dips
vulcanproject18/07/2019 17:20

'Trades blows' is pushing it. I just ran down the list and counted 30+ …'Trades blows' is pushing it. I just ran down the list and counted 30+ wins for the 2070 Super versus maybe a dozen for the 5700XT. The Nvidia card is clearly faster, albeit not by much. But it's tight in there anyway with a few models swilling around, 5700XT is basically = standard 2070. The Super is a little bit above.In any case the blower coolers on the 5700XT are predictably garbage. Ok, maybe that's a bit strong but they are no better than mediocre, only just about good enough to control temps and noise at stock clocks. No more. They need AIB coolers to unlock their potential. Wait for those.



Have you checked the price benchmarks? The 2070 RTX Super suffers badly there.
MRP18/07/2019 23:56

Have you checked the price benchmarks? The 2070 RTX Super suffers badly …Have you checked the price benchmarks? The 2070 RTX Super suffers badly there.


For the moment it doesn't matter to me the price of a 5700XT if you can only get it with a blower cooler. I wouldn't buy one. AIB prices matter more.

They will probably add another £30-£50 on reference board prices which should be about right from the gap I have seen to a 2070 Super with an equivalent high performance cooler.
darrel.butcher18/07/2019 23:43

I also have issues, I got it to stop crashing but I have non stop …I also have issues, I got it to stop crashing but I have non stop stuttering even though the fps is 144, sometimes dips


I've had some success removing the old drivers using DDU and installing the latest drivers, though I've only got a sample size of one obscure game loaded at the moment (Rust). I'll try more over the weekend while Digital River stall on giving me the return details for my card
jaymzuk19/07/2019 09:14

I've had some success removing the old drivers using DDU and installing …I've had some success removing the old drivers using DDU and installing the latest drivers, though I've only got a sample size of one obscure game loaded at the moment (Rust). I'll try more over the weekend while Digital River stall on giving me the return details for my card


Rust worked ok for me (slight stutter) but pubg is basically unplayable. I'm going to reinstall windows then do what you did and see what happens. Some people said dont have radeon settings or after burner open and no overlays
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