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ASRock Radeon VII Phantom X 16GB Graphics Card, £603.48 at Ebuyer
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ASRock Radeon VII Phantom X 16GB Graphics Card, £603.48 at Ebuyer

£603.48£6629%Ebuyer Deals
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Posted 6th Jul
Decent card and good price.
Specification
Graphics Engine

- AMD Radeon VII

Bus Standard

- PCI Express x16 Gen3

DirectX

- 12

OpenGL

- 4.5

Memory

- HBM2 16GB

Engine Clock

- Boost Clock: 1750 MHz

- Base Clock: 1400 MHz

Stream Processors

- 3840

Memory Clock

- 1 GHz

Memory Bus

- 4096-bit

Resolution

- Digital Max Resolution: 8K (7680 x 4320)

Interface

- 1 x HDMI 2.0b

- 3 x DisplayPort 1.4

HDCP

- Yes

Multi-view

- 4

Power Connector

- 2 x 8-pin

Accessories

- 1 x Quick Installation Guide

Dimensions

- 280 x 125 x 40 mm
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RTX2070 Super is only about 5 percent slower at 1440p yet it's £100 less. Go figure.
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I wanted one of these for ages but I can’t see a reason for buying it when Navi is almost out, Vega is nearly half the price and RTX Super cards are out.
plewis0006/07/2019 19:41

I wanted one of these for ages but I can’t see a reason for buying it when …I wanted one of these for ages but I can’t see a reason for buying it when Navi is almost out, Vega is nearly half the price and RTX Super cards are out.


You like your cards, see your comments a lot here
i think at £475 the 2070 super is a better buy, or the 5700XT (depending on the uk price)

I love AMD but this card has little place in the market.
This is a cut down Instinct if not just for gaming and doing some compute heavy tasks a good buy.
Tacavas06/07/2019 19:50

You like your cards, see your comments a lot here


All computer components are something I monitor and take interest in. But this has always been an interesting card!
There is no value in this card at this price unless you require the 16gb of vram which are absolute edge cases.
I wouldn't pick up one of these for any more than £500 really.
koftinho06/07/2019 20:58

There is no value in this card at this price unless you require the 16gb …There is no value in this card at this price unless you require the 16gb of vram which are absolute edge cases. I wouldn't pick up one of these for any more than £500 really.


Agree, when we've had £260 Vega 64 cards recently it's hard to justify £600 for basically a rebadged 7nm version
RTX2070 Super is only about 5 percent slower at 1440p yet it's £100 less. Go figure.
Yeah this honestly is just a rebranded data centre card. Its a still a great card but at this price, its not worth it. Even more so with the new lines from team red/green.

If this launched say with 8Gb or hbm2 (which according to samsung is about 100 dollars per 8gb) so this could have been 100 less than it launched at. so this around 450-500 would be more appealing.
guitarguy65607/07/2019 02:39

Yeah this honestly is just a rebranded data centre card. Its a still a …Yeah this honestly is just a rebranded data centre card. Its a still a great card but at this price, its not worth it. Even more so with the new lines from team red/green. If this launched say with 8Gb or hbm2 (which according to samsung is about 100 dollars per 8gb) so this could have been 100 less than it launched at. so this around 450-500 would be more appealing.


Apparently it wouldn't be as fast because of the memory bandwidth (according to not an apple fan) so that's why it has a huge amount of memory and they didn't bring out a cut down version.
vulcanproject07/07/2019 00:21

RTX2070 Super is only about 5 percent slower at 1440p yet it's £100 less. …RTX2070 Super is only about 5 percent slower at 1440p yet it's £100 less. Go figure.



gregorycutts06/07/2019 20:16

i think at £475 the 2070 super is a better buy, or the 5700XT (depending …i think at £475 the 2070 super is a better buy, or the 5700XT (depending on the uk price) I love AMD but this card has little place in the market.


Where are you finding this price?

Most online retailers haven't released prices yet, but CCL Computers have listed their cheapest 2070 Super at £564.99
Edited by: "aarste" 7th Jul
aarste07/07/2019 12:44

Where are you finding this price?Most online retailers haven't released …Where are you finding this price?Most online retailers haven't released prices yet, but CCL Computers have listed their cheapest 2070 Super at £564.99



Several sites have priced cards then removed the price to await stock. Expect to see the same or similar pricing restored when stock arrives. AWD, Ebuyer, Overclockers have all done this. AWD still have a price up, £495 for a Palit.

In these cases the cheapest versions were listed at about £475, with triple fan versions like the Gigabyte OC starting at about £500. This reflects the expected price of these cards and the known MSRP. Nvidia positioned the 2070 Super at the same MSRP as the 2070.

The Super 2070 makes the Radeon VII at this price completely untenable for the majority. A triple fan version will be as fast but £100 less. This card needs steep steep price cuts.
aarste07/07/2019 12:44

Where are you finding this price?Most online retailers haven't released …Where are you finding this price?Most online retailers haven't released prices yet, but CCL Computers have listed their cheapest 2070 Super at £564.99


Will this mean the price of used non super 2080ti's etc will go down? I have a 1080 and have been wanting to upgrade to a 2080ti for a while now.
umirza8507/07/2019 14:20

Will this mean the price of used non super 2080ti's etc will go down? I …Will this mean the price of used non super 2080ti's etc will go down? I have a 1080 and have been wanting to upgrade to a 2080ti for a while now.


Used vs new, argument though. 2080 Super should be about 10% faster which makes it much more attractive if it can be had for around 650.
Can't recommend this unless you have a specific part gaming, part workstation use-case in mind.

Great value for the latter. Shame that there's currently no "big" Navi.
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