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Sapphire RX 560 Pulse Graphics Card, 4GB GDDR5, DVI-D, HDMI, DisplayPort £59.99 at realtime_distribution eBay (RX470 RX570 £60-£80)
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Sapphire RX 560 Pulse Graphics Card, 4GB GDDR5, DVI-D, HDMI, DisplayPort £59.99 at realtime_distribution eBay (RX470 RX570 £60-£80)

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Posted 15th Apr

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Remaining budget refurb Graphics by RealTime/Ebay

Sapphire Radeon RX 470 Nitro Graphics Card, 8GB GDDR5, DVI-D, HDMI, Dport
ebay.co.uk/itm…5e7
£79.99

Sapphire Radeon RX 470 NITRO OC Graphics Card, 4GB GDDR5, DVI-D, HDMI, DP
ebay.co.uk/itm…26c
69.99

Sapphire RX 570 Pulse ITX Graphics Card, 4GB GDDR5, DVI-D, HDMI, DisplayPort
ebay.co.uk/itm…67f
£64.99

Sapphire RX 560 Pulse Graphics Card, 4GB GDDR5, DVI-D, HDMI, DisplayPort
ebay.co.uk/itm…76c
£59.99

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Back in stock today with £10 off! But don't waste your money on the RX 560, spend a little extra, get the RX 470 with a lot more performance.

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Good price all things considered but they keep creeping the prices up since the original posting. I got my RX 470 8GB Samsung GDDR5 cards from them for £66 each (for 2) a couple of months ago and they got as low as £64.99 for 1.
Great spot Op.

Already have a RX560 4gb from eBay a while back to be used as hardware transcoding for my Plex server, works a treat!! Doesn't even require extra power lead either.
Hi guys and girls...i recently purchased an rx 580 8gb off this seller...it locked pc up 3 times in 24 hours so back it went (04/04/2020)
Just spent 15 minutes on phone with ebay as the tracking number i was issued shows that on the 11th the receiver asked for item not to be delivered...so if you do get a faulty card you may struggle with a refund ( i am yet to be issued one)
Which of these recommended for decent 1080p gaming? I feel like the older rx 470 with 8gb might be better? or hold off and wait for 580/590 to appear?
Are these thought to be ex mining cards that were returned under warranty to Sapphire?
Ste6914u15/04/2020 11:24

Hi guys and girls...i recently purchased an rx 580 8gb off this …Hi guys and girls...i recently purchased an rx 580 8gb off this seller...it locked pc up 3 times in 24 hours so back it went (04/04/2020)Just spent 15 minutes on phone with ebay as the tracking number i was issued shows that on the 11th the receiver asked for item not to be delivered...so if you do get a faulty card you may struggle with a refund ( i am yet to be issued one)


That's probably because their offices are closed, so it's not that they refused it but that Royal Mail didn't want to deliver. I would argue with them over messaging. My cards have been fine for gaming and Folding at Home use.

kingkano15/04/2020 11:24

Which of these recommended for decent 1080p gaming? I feel like the older …Which of these recommended for decent 1080p gaming? I feel like the older rx 470 with 8gb might be better? or hold off and wait for 580/590 to appear?


RX 470/480/570/580 all basically the same silicon, so get whatever works best for you - they had the RX 580 8GB NITRO+ before but expensive. Not seen any RX 590s from them. RX 470 8GB has good, fast VRAM and overhead for overclocking if you really want to.

EDEN18815/04/2020 11:15

Great spot Op.Already have a RX560 4gb from eBay a while back to be used …Great spot Op.Already have a RX560 4gb from eBay a while back to be used as hardware transcoding for my Plex server, works a treat!! Doesn't even require extra power lead either.


Not worth the price he has them for tbh, they were £49.99 before and have half the CUs of the 470/570 cards for a little more. Had reference blower 470s for just £54.99 the other week.
Edited by: "plewis00" 15th Apr
The card I got from them 570Pulse 4GB is excellent. I gamed on it pretty much all day for the last two weeks and everything is flying. Impressive little card especially for the money.
Csirkefogo15/04/2020 11:29

The card I got from them 570Pulse 4GB is excellent. I gamed on it pretty …The card I got from them 570Pulse 4GB is excellent. I gamed on it pretty much all day for the last two weeks and everything is flying. Impressive little card especially for the money.


If it's the ITX one then just wait for the fan to die. I have 2 of them in a drawer absolutely useless now. Cheap, nasty sleeve-bearing thing.

spannerzone15/04/2020 11:28

Are these thought to be ex mining cards that were returned under warranty …Are these thought to be ex mining cards that were returned under warranty to Sapphire?



Possibly. No way to tell that I know of and even if they were I don't think it matters too much.
Edited by: "plewis00" 15th Apr
You can get a refurbished RX 580 (4gb) for £80, for your range of prices I would go with this option
not worth the price if u got a time machine, very much worth the price compared to the market now.
Edited by: "sarden84" 15th Apr
Csirkefogo15/04/2020 11:29

The card I got from them 570Pulse 4GB is excellent. I gamed on it pretty …The card I got from them 570Pulse 4GB is excellent. I gamed on it pretty much all day for the last two weeks and everything is flying. Impressive little card especially for the money.


For £5 more than the 560 it's a great buy
bundle this rx570 £65 say, with that £279 box deal......

add in another 8gb ram to make 16gb..... £39

u got your self a

2600 16gb rx570 240gb hdd on a nice DS3H mb for £383

now that for less than £400... bang on deal.

Dads/mum...... welcome say hello to that new great budget system for your kids.^
Edited by: "sarden84" 15th Apr
I ordered the 570 ITX on the weekend. Hopefully arriving today, will update once received and installed.

Apparently my R7 260X 1gb is a bit pants these days. Or so No Man's Sky told me when I tried to play it.

We've certainly come a long way since my first graphics card, a 2MB SiS 6326.
plewis0015/04/2020 11:32

If it's the ITX one then just wait for the fan to die. I have 2 of them in …If it's the ITX one then just wait for the fan to die. I have 2 of them in a drawer absolutely useless now. Cheap, nasty sleeve-bearing thing.


Why not change the fan?
Can someone tell me the best card for a i7 4790 16GB and only 300 w power supply. It has a 750 to now. Thank you in advance.
Ricky30215/04/2020 12:28

Why not change the fan?


What is 'confusing'? It is an inherently bad fan. Replacements are hard to come by and prone to failing for the same reason because they are poorly made. Replacements are about £15-20 from China. Sapphire refuse to replace just the fan when it fails - which it will. I have a load of Pulse and NITRO+ dual-fan cards - not a single one of those has failed or even got slightly noisy because they are high-quality ball-bearing fans. Read forums or Reddit - common complaint.
There's a listing on ebay for old workstation PC's, I7 4770, 16gb ram and comes with a good quality psu for £138..put this gpu and add a £20 120gb ssd and a £10 HDD, £5 Windows key and you have a great 1080p high to ultra gaming pc. It will breeze through those e sports games. Wouldn't recommend any i5s.. When it's time to sell you could easily recoup most of the money back
Edited by: "Josh_millen" 15th Apr
Is there a difference between the 570 here and this one? scan.co.uk/pro…oem


Other than this one being second hand?
spannerzone15/04/2020 11:28

Are these thought to be ex mining cards that were returned under warranty …Are these thought to be ex mining cards that were returned under warranty to Sapphire?


Quite likely. These were among very popular cards for mining
The feed back on these have been very populer, alot getting smashing results, however there has been 1/2 which had issues, they returned and the seller sent another and been bang on, so from a CS side, smashing aspect.

ive posted these refurbs for a while now, yes they have been on some ebay offers n that but still great deals here for a cheap build to do urself or that box one i keep mentioning which is smashing price,

i get a hell of alot of folks come to me over this £400 budget range, right up their street.
Alternative ^ for that method too.... check CEX.

keep checking this link:

uk.webuy.com/sea…e=1
Edited by: "sarden84" 15th Apr
I got one of the RX480 Nitro+ 4GB's the last time this was posted (with 5% code) and aside from a few teething issues its been running fine.

Teething issues included, bad driver install from a previous AMD card (DDU solved that first issue), screen flickering/snowfall-esque screens (this appeared to be a HDCP issue, a new cable fixed some of it, but disabling HDCP in the driver fixed it fully), weirdly high temps / low fan speeds (would heat up to 80c before the fans would kick past 20%, a custom fan curve in MSI Afterburner solved this one too)

All in all for the £56.99 I spent its a very good little card, and no the issues are solved (6 hour loop of Heaven to make sure) I'm happy with the purchase.
kevind967215/04/2020 12:29

Can someone tell me the best card for a i7 4790 16GB and only 300 w power …Can someone tell me the best card for a i7 4790 16GB and only 300 w power supply. It has a 750 to now. Thank you in advance.


If it is a decent PSU with a PCIE power connector, a safe bet would be a GTX 1650 Super, or you might be ok with a GTX 1060 or one of the GTX 1660 models (the basic would be the safest, then the Super or Ti if you're feeling a bit more daring!). I actually ran an i7 6700 + GTX 1070 off a Seasonic 300W PSU for a while, but think that was pushing it.

If no PCIE connector, the GTX 1650 (GDDR6 version if possible) is possibly the fastest you can go, but it's had criticism for being overpriced.
I ordered an RX 580 Nitro+ from here which arrived dead. They have since stopped taking returns as of 11th April. They don't test the cards at all.
MrWillz15/04/2020 15:02

I ordered an RX 580 Nitro+ from here which arrived dead. They have since …I ordered an RX 580 Nitro+ from here which arrived dead. They have since stopped taking returns as of 11th April. They don't test the cards at all.


If they're manufacturer refurbished (which they state they are) the manufacturer does all that during the refurbishment process, not the seller on eBay.
Not worth the bother with two returned faulty from me and loads of others DOA from posters on here.

They aren't refurbished, just shipped out returned units. That maybe Saphhire's fault, not the excellent service from Realtime, but whatever, not worth the bother.
plewis0015/04/2020 12:33

What is 'confusing'? It is an inherently bad fan. Replacements are hard to …What is 'confusing'? It is an inherently bad fan. Replacements are hard to come by and prone to failing for the same reason because they are poorly made. Replacements are about £15-20 from China. Sapphire refuse to replace just the fan when it fails - which it will. I have a load of Pulse and NITRO+ dual-fan cards - not a single one of those has failed or even got slightly noisy because they are high-quality ball-bearing fans. Read forums or Reddit - common complaint.


Just buy another 85mm T129215SU fan and swap the fan mounting over, it's not rocket science.
Ricky30215/04/2020 17:17

Just buy another 85mm T129215SU fan and swap the fan mounting over, it's …Just buy another 85mm T129215SU fan and swap the fan mounting over, it's not rocket science.


I want a card with reliable fan(s), not having to faff around replacing them regularly and sourcing parts. These are in workstations that typically stay on. Yes, you can replace the fan, but you'll void any warranty you may have left. You can also strap a static pressure fan over the heatsink, but it's easier just to buy a card that's made properly in the first place. It's a shame as they're actually nice little cards with decent heatsinks and only need 6-pin power to run.

abar12115/04/2020 16:41

Not worth the bother with two returned faulty from me and loads of others …Not worth the bother with two returned faulty from me and loads of others DOA from posters on here.They aren't refurbished, just shipped out returned units. That maybe Saphhire's fault, not the excellent service from Realtime, but whatever, not worth the bother.


I disagree it's not worth the bother. These are killer cards for the money, even more so if you bought them a few months back. 8GB GDDR5 RX cards for £65, absolute steal. And yes a few people had issues but the few I've had have been fine. They also had the reference blower RX 470 which is interesting as it's rare but also not oversized so it'll fit low-height chassis and only needs 6-pin power.

sarden8415/04/2020 13:47

Alternative ^ for that method too.... check CEX.keep checking this …Alternative ^ for that method too.... check CEX.keep checking this link:https://uk.webuy.com/search?stext=RX&sortBy=sellprice&sortOrder=asc&view=list&inStockOnline=1


I bought cards from CeX before when everyone else was out of stock due to the mining craze. Basically, don't bother. They are usually filled with dust and not tested or cared for. Some cards I ordered came in a jiffy bag with bent backplates, others had various issues, one even had a mining BIOS preloaded. Vega 56 for £195 used isn't amazing but it's a good card, I always though Vega was very much unloved. The only decent cards I've had from CeX have been exotic/rare ones like the R9 Nano or Fury X.
Edited by: "plewis00" 15th Apr
abar12115/04/2020 19:45

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They have literally sold out of hundreds (maybe thousands) over months and not got bad feedback yet (that I’ve noticed). A handful of people have got back cards but most are happy. This isn’t like WJD-Store for phones where they seem to only sell badly-repaired junk...
plewis0015/04/2020 11:32

If it's the ITX one then just wait for the fan to die. I have 2 of them in …If it's the ITX one then just wait for the fan to die. I have 2 of them in a drawer absolutely useless now. Cheap, nasty sleeve-bearing thing.Possibly. No way to tell that I know of and even if they were I don't think it matters too much.


Fans are a few quid on AliExpress and can be installed in under 10 minutes. Fans and thermal paste on GPUs are really consumable items like tyres and brake pads!
Blurigard15/04/2020 19:58

Fans are a few quid on AliExpress and can be installed in under 10 …Fans are a few quid on AliExpress and can be installed in under 10 minutes. Fans and thermal paste on GPUs are really consumable items like tyres and brake pads!


Fans for this specific model were £14 on AliExpress with a few weeks wait. The cards had become unusable by the point they failed which was 1-3 months. I have a single card left that still works. We use a lot of hardware at work and I’ve not had a GPU fan or thermal paste ever fail during reasonable lifetime - had a few useless Gigabyte Gaming cards fail but it was only a single fan and they could still function. The fans on this ITX model are terrible and Sapphire won’t send you a replacement fan either, they want the whole card back - which is ironic as their Pulse dual-fan and NITRO+ range I’ve not had a single fan die and we worked those hard - they just haven’t built these to last. Even if a replacement works I don’t want to be doing that every few months nor should you have to.
plewis0015/04/2020 20:04

Fans for this specific model were £14 on AliExpress with a few weeks wait. …Fans for this specific model were £14 on AliExpress with a few weeks wait. The cards had become unusable by the point they failed which was 1-3 months. I have a single card left that still works. We use a lot of hardware at work and I’ve not had a GPU fan or thermal paste ever fail during reasonable lifetime - had a few useless Gigabyte Gaming cards fail but it was only a single fan and they could still function. The fans on this ITX model are terrible and Sapphire won’t send you a replacement fan either, they want the whole card back - which is ironic as their Pulse dual-fan and NITRO+ range I’ve not had a single fan die and we worked those hard - they just haven’t built these to last. Even if a replacement works I don’t want to be doing that every few months nor should you have to.


That's fair enough. I think at the level you're using hardware then it's just a p.i.t.a. that's not worth bothering about when there are alternatives available for similar cash.
grphillips15/04/2020 14:33

If it is a decent PSU with a PCIE power connector, a safe bet would be a …If it is a decent PSU with a PCIE power connector, a safe bet would be a GTX 1650 Super, or you might be ok with a GTX 1060 or one of the GTX 1660 models (the basic would be the safest, then the Super or Ti if you're feeling a bit more daring!). I actually ran an i7 6700 + GTX 1070 off a Seasonic 300W PSU for a while, but think that was pushing it.If no PCIE connector, the GTX 1650 (GDDR6 version if possible) is possibly the fastest you can go, but it's had criticism for being overpriced.


That's great thank you
plewis0015/04/2020 19:53

They have literally sold out of hundreds (maybe thousands) over months and …They have literally sold out of hundreds (maybe thousands) over months and not got bad feedback yet (that I’ve noticed). A handful of people have got back cards but most are happy. This isn’t like WJD-Store for phones where they seem to only sell badly-repaired junk...


Also they steal your money like common thieves they owe me 360 pound.
plewis0015/04/2020 21:29

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So that wasn't you on Amazon a couple of years ago complaining about the fans? why would you put those cards in old servers like that?
Ricky30215/04/2020 21:36

So that wasn't you on Amazon a couple of years ago complaining about the …So that wasn't you on Amazon a couple of years ago complaining about the fans? why would you put those cards in old servers like that?


I wrote a 1-star review on Amazon, yes. Did you bother checking when I posted it? Around the mining craze when it was nearly impossible to get anything else so I settled on a card I could buy - Dell also packs these things tight so a small form factor card should've been ideal.

'Old servers'? It's a high-end workstation tower with lots of expansion capability and 2P support. I think what you should be asking is why would I replace all our office hardware with modern systems that will still barely be faster than these but might use a bit less power. They're not used for CAD work so any modern GPU with a decent amount of VRAM is fine. Anyway, I had to go and replace them all with alternatives when the fans failed. I don't have time to go meddling and replacing fans that are prone to failing when it's multiple machines - maybe if it's one computer and the only one you use then there is a case for it.
RandyLanzarote15/04/2020 12:18

I ordered the 570 ITX on the weekend. Hopefully arriving today, will …I ordered the 570 ITX on the weekend. Hopefully arriving today, will update once received and installed. Apparently my R7 260X 1gb is a bit pants these days. Or so No Man's Sky told me when I tried to play it. We've certainly come a long way since my first graphics card, a 2MB SiS 6326.


How did you get on? I'm hovering over the buy button on the same card.
NSUK15/04/2020 22:58

How did you get on? I'm hovering over the buy button on the same card. …How did you get on? I'm hovering over the buy button on the same card.


You're better off paying £5 more and getting this:
ebay.co.uk/itm…VZv
NSUK15/04/2020 22:58

How did you get on? I'm hovering over the buy button on the same card. …How did you get on? I'm hovering over the buy button on the same card.


Annoyingly, after installing the card and putting it through its paces (3dmark and no man's sky) I had about 3 shutdowns whilst under heavy gpu load. However, I'm not sure if it's the card or if my psu is simply not up to the task of powering my system. After checking out power consumption figures from various reviews, I'm thinking it's the psu.

Admittedly I'm only using the generic psu that came with my budget case, it's rated at 500w but given its a no name brand I don't think that counts for a lot. Me thinks amazon will be getting another order from me today.

(and if it turns out to be the card I'll be mightily annoyed! (lol))
Edited by: "RandyLanzarote" 16th Apr
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