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Another great reduction from Overclockers, this time it's the blower version of the 5700 XT, fantastic price with the games and games pass.
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Product Specs:
  • Model name - RX5700XT-8G
  • Graphics Engine - AMD RADEON™ RX5700 XT
  • CUDA cores - 2560
  • OpenGL - OpenGL® 4.6
  • Engine Clock:
    Boost frequency: 1905 MHz
    Game frequency: 1755 MHz
    Base frequency: up to 1605 MHz
  • Memory Interface - 256-bit
  • Video Memory - 8GB GDDR6
  • Memory Clock - 14Gbps
  • Power Connector - 1x 8 pin + 1x 6 pin
  • I/O:
    1x Native HDMI 2.0b
    3x Native DisplayPort 1.4
  • HDCP compliant - HDCP 1.4 and 2.3
  • Digital Max Resolution - 7680 x 4320
  • Maximum Display Support - 6
  • Crossfire Support - Yes
  • Recommended PSU - 600 W
  • Bus Standard - PCIE 4.0
  • What’s in the box - 1 x QSG
  • Software Bundled - ASUS GPU Tweak II & Driver
DIMENSION
  • Card Size (cm/inch):27.00 x 11.00 x 4.00 cm
  • Color Box (mm) - 405 x 233 x 88.5 mm
WEIGHT
  • Single Card (KG) - 1.11
  • Product Weight (with packing) (KG) - 1.89
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DealsDen10127/02/2020 13:26

Tell me about it, just found a PNY 2080 super too for £605!


Haha such a huge price drop but still such terrible value
Sudden drop of 5700XT and 2080Super?

Retailers are feeling those new gpus incoming.
Good price but ebuyer has none blower on their eBay store for just over 300
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Good price but ebuyer has none blower on their eBay store for just over 300
bbfb12327/02/2020 13:05

Good price but ebuyer has none blower on their eBay store for just over 300


True, people might want to get their orders in before that code expires tommorow
Sudden drop of 5700XT and 2080Super?

Retailers are feeling those new gpus incoming.
zeb.mattey27/02/2020 13:25

Sudden drop of 5700XT and 2080Super?Retailers are feeling those new gpus …Sudden drop of 5700XT and 2080Super?Retailers are feeling those new gpus incoming.


Tell me about it, just found a PNY 2080 super too for £605!
Edited by: "DealsDen101" 27th Feb
DealsDen10127/02/2020 13:26

Tell me about it, just found a PNY 2080 super too for £605!


Haha such a huge price drop but still such terrible value
zeb.mattey27/02/2020 13:27

Haha such a huge price drop but still such terrible value


I hope the next gen will bring better value, so I can finally upgrade
bbfb12327/02/2020 13:05

Good price but ebuyer has none blower on their eBay store for just over 300


I don't suppose you have a link do you? Please.
bbfb12327/02/2020 13:37

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/powercolor-radeon-rx-5700-xt-8gb-gddr6-graphics-card-3412493


Brilliant, thanks
Thanks for this!

FYI it's now dropped to 300 quid!

I prefer the looks of the reference card and really don't mind the blower style cooler. Giving it an undervolt should help with the heat. Also got free shipping as a forum member

I was literally browsing 5700 XT cards last night and the cheapest was 350
Edited by: "hxcftw" 27th Feb
hxcftw27/02/2020 19:17

Thanks for this!FYI it's now dropped to 300 quid!I prefer the looks of the …Thanks for this!FYI it's now dropped to 300 quid!I prefer the looks of the reference card and really don't mind the blower style cooler. Giving it an undervolt should help with the heat. Also got free shipping as a forum member I was literally browsing 5700 XT cards last night and the cheapest was 350


Thanks for the heads up, I will amend the price accordingly, appreciate it!
hxcftw27/02/2020 19:17

Thanks for this!FYI it's now dropped to 300 quid!I prefer the looks of the …Thanks for this!FYI it's now dropped to 300 quid!I prefer the looks of the reference card and really don't mind the blower style cooler. Giving it an undervolt should help with the heat. Also got free shipping as a forum member I was literally browsing 5700 XT cards last night and the cheapest was 350


Dude that's amazing value you should be happy. You got an XT for 250 really, those are brand new games!

I put one of my builds together with a blower. It's such a cool looking card, and after an undervolt its great temp wise. Enjoy the return to decent value gaming thanks to AMD
AMD for CPUs. Nvidia for GPUs, change my mind, I'm not wrong btw
2070 will last you a long time.. seems games are not keeping up with the hardware these days... cpu optimisation is the biggest hit for gaming. Dx12 still not being used by many devs...
Weehamish27/02/2020 21:16

2070 will last you a long time.. seems games are not keeping up with the …2070 will last you a long time.. seems games are not keeping up with the hardware these days... cpu optimisation is the biggest hit for gaming. Dx12 still not being used by many devs...


It won't. This gens consoles will match it, which means games coming out post 2020 Dec (AAA) will be optimised for navi, and a more powerful navi card than this. PCs usually require a lot more grunt to do the same as the consoles, so expect the XT/2070 to be struggling in a couple of years with newer, next gen titles. Happens every console gen.
zeb.mattey27/02/2020 21:30

It won't. This gens consoles will match it, which means games coming out …It won't. This gens consoles will match it, which means games coming out post 2020 Dec (AAA) will be optimised for navi, and a more powerful navi card than this. PCs usually require a lot more grunt to do the same as the consoles, so expect the XT/2070 to be struggling in a couple of years with newer, next gen titles. Happens every console gen.


No it doesnt...
The ps4 has a 7850 in it lol stop talking crap, was destroyed by even mid tier cards at the time.
The 2070 will last you at least 2-3 more years at 1080p easy.
Edited by: "Weehamish" 27th Feb
Weehamish27/02/2020 21:32

No it doesnt...The ps4 has a 7850 in it lol stop talking crap, was …No it doesnt...The ps4 has a 7850 in it lol stop talking crap, was destroyed by even mid tier cards at the time.The 2070 will last you at least 2-3 more years at 1080p easy.


It has a 7870 in it.

To illustrate my point, if you bought a 7870 the year before the PS4 came out it'd set you back $350 ($388 inflation adjusted)
Which was a mid-high range card, much like a 2070 is presently and a tad under the 2070S.

Now take a AAA title, say Metro Exodus, it runs on the PS4 buttery smooth, with textures set to high and most settings med/high pc equivalent.

A 7870 would struggle at low settings, indeed it's minimum reccomended card for the game.

PC gamers misunderstand console optimisation. They do it every generation, presuming their 400-500$ card will be equal to the console in a few years. It never is.
Heck take a 7970, launched at 550 (590 inflation adjusted, roughly) a high end card, it can't even come close to a PS4 in running Resi 2, Metro, Assassin's Creed, etc. A 7970 is slower than a 570 lol.

But sure, that 2070 super will be doing great in a few years time bud, just like the 7970, and the 7800GT the previous gen....Oh wait, those cards were struggling within a couple of years and were completely overshadowed by cheaper consoles.

If that doesn't put it into perspective, RDR2 runs with ultra textures on PS4. The 7970 would be completely unplayable with RDR2 textures at ultra.
Edited by: "zeb.mattey" 27th Feb
zeb.mattey27/02/2020 21:42

It has a 7870 in it.To illustrate my point, if you bought a 7870 the year …It has a 7870 in it.To illustrate my point, if you bought a 7870 the year before the PS4 came out it'd set you back $350 ($388 inflation adjusted)Which was a mid-high range card, much like a 2070 is presently and a tad under the 2070S.Now take a AAA title, say Metro Exodus, it runs on the PS4 buttery smooth, with textures set to high and most settings med/high pc equivalent.A 7870 would struggle at low settings, indeed it's minimum reccomended card for the game.PC gamers misunderstand console optimisation. They do it every generation, presuming their 400-500$ card will be equal to the console in a few years. It never is.Heck take a 7970, launched at 550 (590 inflation adjusted, roughly) a high end card, it can't even come close to a PS4 in running Resi 2, Metro, Assassin's Creed, etc. A 7970 is slower than a 570 lol.But sure, that 2070 super will be doing great in a few years time bud, just like the 7970, and the 7800GT the previous gen....Oh wait, those cards were struggling within a couple of years and were completely overshadowed by cheaper consoles.If that doesn't put it into perspective, RDR2 runs with ultra textures on PS4. The 7970 would be completely unplayable with RDR2 textures at ultra.


Wrong again... the ps4 is a 7850 didnt reach 7870 levels...

7850 was like £150 ps4 was £350... why u using $ this is the UK site kid

2070 are like £350 average atm, probs around £300 by the time the ps5 launches and it will cost around £550-600, will have basically a 2070 in it. 7970 had 3gb vram and lasted years! it was only really crushed by the 9 series thats 2 gens, it had a bad release vrs the 680 but with drivers it destroyed it and only the 780 could beat it but it was still strong, then the 9 series buried it.

Then another example, a 970 mid range card, still strong today in most games at 1080p, 1070 easy playing half the games at max settings still 1080p. 2070 barely pushed at 1080p...

Then look at top end the 1080ti, it hasnt struggled yet with games, mega value if you got one on release... and it will easy last another 2-3 years.

The only thing that will crush this gens cards is new card features like rtx being used in future games, older cards wont have the extra features to cope with them but i doubt most devs will jump on that, look at phyx, look at rtx lol...

So 1 learn your hardware before spouting off and 2 stop using $ on a UK site
Weehamish27/02/2020 21:58

Wrong again... the ps4 is a 7850 didnt reach 7870 levels...7850 was like …Wrong again... the ps4 is a 7850 didnt reach 7870 levels...7850 was like £150 ps4 was £350... why u using $ this is the UK site kid 2070 are like £350 average atm, probs around £300 by the time the ps5 launches and it will cost around £550-600, will have basically a 2070 in it. 7970 had 3gb vram and lasted years! it was only really crushed by the 9 series thats 2 gens, it had a bad release vrs the 680 but with drivers it destroyed it and only the 780 could beat it but it was still strong, then the 9 series buried it. Then another example, a 970 mid range card, still strong today in most games at 1080p, 1070 easy playing half the games at max settings still 1080p. 2070 barely pushed at 1080p...Then look at top end the 1080ti, it hasnt struggled yet with games, mega value if you got one on release... and it will easy last another 2-3 years. The only thing that will crush this gens cards is new card features like rtx being used in future games, older cards wont have the extra features to cope with them but i doubt most devs will jump on that, look at phyx, look at rtx lol... So 1 learn your hardware before spouting off and 2 stop using $ on a UK site


Lol the 970 launched 13 months after the PS4, we're talking about cards which launched pre PS4 (1 year or more) like the 2070S and fall into the mid/upper range bracket.

Yawn. Mid upper end cards launched in 2012 like the 2070S before the PS5 struggle with PS4 titles. Fact. Look up 7870/7950 vs 570. Lewl
Have a read

extremetech.com/ext…ecs
Edited by: "zeb.mattey" 27th Feb
zeb.mattey27/02/2020 22:04

Lol the 970 launched 13 months after the PS4, we're talking about cards …Lol the 970 launched 13 months after the PS4, we're talking about cards which launched pre PS4 (1 year or more) like the 2070S and fall into the mid/upper range bracket.Yawn. Mid upper end cards launched in 2012 like the 2070S before the PS5 struggle with PS4 titles. Fact. Look up 7870/7950 vs 570. LewlHave a readhttps://www.extremetech.com/extreme/171375-reverse-engineered-ps4-apu-reveals-the-consoles-real-cpu-and-gpu-specs


No we are not.. who ever said we are talking about cards pre ps4? we were talking about the 2070 lasting for a few years... like every card has before it in its tier... but game dev requirements have stagnated specially for 1080p many older cards easily play modern games as i mentioned

Maybe buy a PC or graphics card once in a while to understand the tech.
Edited by: "Weehamish" 27th Feb
Weehamish27/02/2020 22:10

No we are not.. who ever said we are talking about cards pre ps4? we were …No we are not.. who ever said we are talking about cards pre ps4? we were talking about the 2070 lasting for a few years... like every card has before it in its tier... but game dev requirements have stagnated specially for 1080p many older cards easily play modern games as i mentionedMaybe buy a PC or graphics card once in a while to understand the tech.


Been building PCs for 15 years mate, bought plenty of GPUs. The PS4 is a pretty clear example of what a mid/high end card from the year before does as the gen kicks in, it fails. Happens every gen. The 2070S is a mid range card from the year before, go figure.

It'll be fine, but it's not a wise use of £500 right now. In two years the PS5 will be doing things a 2070S just won't be able to, same reason a 7870 can't run RDR2 on low settings; console optimisation drives generational leaps. It's unfortunate for us PC gamers but it is what it is.
zeb.mattey28/02/2020 03:27

Been building PCs for 15 years mate, bought plenty of GPUs. The PS4 is a …Been building PCs for 15 years mate, bought plenty of GPUs. The PS4 is a pretty clear example of what a mid/high end card from the year before does as the gen kicks in, it fails. Happens every gen. The 2070S is a mid range card from the year before, go figure.It'll be fine, but it's not a wise use of £500 right now. In two years the PS5 will be doing things a 2070S just won't be able to, same reason a 7870 can't run RDR2 on low settings; console optimisation drives generational leaps. It's unfortunate for us PC gamers but it is what it is.


I think it's more the fact that the driver teams seem to stop optimising last gen cards and focus on newer gen, I'd guess that's why they fall behind a bit more and then new consoles tend to show them up a bit. Console optimisation only goes so far though, it's not magic. That said I'll probably go for a 3070 or 3080, being at 1440p they should perform very well on new games at that res until the next gen.
Most pc gamers will run at 1080p, the demands of which are much less than 4k which the consoles will be aiming for so equivalent power not really required.
I currently have an ASUS strix RX580, I do not really play loads of games. mainly wow, destiny and resident evil.
Think this is a worth while upgrade?
Edited by: "keiran_broadhead" 28th Feb
zeb.mattey27/02/2020 13:27

Haha such a huge price drop but still such terrible value


The Super probably won't burn your house down or give you hearing issues though
Weehamish27/02/2020 21:32

No it doesnt...The ps4 has a 7850 in it lol stop talking crap, was …No it doesnt...The ps4 has a 7850 in it lol stop talking crap, was destroyed by even mid tier cards at the time.The 2070 will last you at least 2-3 more years at 1080p easy.


Got any comparable PC titles that look as good as some of the PS4 exclusives? Can't think of any.
fishmaster27/02/2020 21:04

AMD for CPUs. Nvidia for GPUs, change my mind, I'm not wrong btw


I'm no expert but I've been doing a bit of research lately comparing this to the RTX 2060 Super. The XT 5700 seems to come out on top overall and it also has 8GB of RAM. The Nvidia range offer ray tracing but from what I understand if you activate that it compromises the FPS. Overall the XT 5700 is the better all rounder apparently. Having said that you can get an RTX 2060 Super for about £280 (sale price)
Edited by: "David.Tap" 28th Feb
David.Tap28/02/2020 11:02

I'm no expert but I've been doing a bit of research lately comparing this …I'm no expert but I've been doing a bit of research lately comparing this to the RTX 2060 Super. The XT 5700 seems to come out on top overall and it also has 8GB of RAM. The Nvidia range offer ray tracing but from what I understand if you activate that it compromises the FPS. Overall the XT 5700 is the better all rounder apparently. Having said that you can get an RTX 2060 Super for about £260-80


Hard to get a super for 280, unless you mean used. The XT comes with 2 games and an xbox game pass too, it's better for sure, and it wasn't for the XT nvidia would still be charging 420 for a 2060 super. Can't let that go myself
zeb.mattey27/02/2020 13:25

Sudden drop of 5700XT and 2080Super?Retailers are feeling those new gpus …Sudden drop of 5700XT and 2080Super?Retailers are feeling those new gpus incoming.


Big Navi is imminent from AMD but my understanding is that NVidia's cards won't get released until summer.
zeb.mattey28/02/2020 11:10

Hard to get a super for 280, unless you mean used. The XT comes with 2 …Hard to get a super for 280, unless you mean used. The XT comes with 2 games and an xbox game pass too, it's better for sure, and it wasn't for the XT nvidia would still be charging 420 for a 2060 super. Can't let that go myself

I've seen them on offer, but yeah, having the games included especially resident evil 3 is brilliant
Good price but I has nothing but problems with my 5700xt but that's my personal experience
Waiting for a aftermarket below 290 new or used after I sell my 2080 super. I don't think I need a high end card solely for overwatch haha
FlyGuyMyEye28/02/2020 07:58

Most pc gamers will run at 1080p, the demands of which are much less than …Most pc gamers will run at 1080p, the demands of which are much less than 4k which the consoles will be aiming for so equivalent power not really required.


Most yes, but there is increasing popularity for 1440p now. I bought my 1440p 144hz for 189 and at that price I don't see why not to switch from regular 1080p 144hz.
fishmaster27/02/2020 21:04

AMD for CPUs. Nvidia for GPUs, change my mind, I'm not wrong btw


Yes, right now because of driver issues. I still think the driver issue is overblown. However I still think an nvidia card is headache free.
keepitonthelow28/02/2020 11:15

Good price but I has nothing but problems with my 5700xt but that's my …Good price but I has nothing but problems with my 5700xt but that's my personal experience


Same. Had 2 now, reference blower and aftermarket MSI. Nothing but trouble hence buying a RTX 2070 (non super) to last me over a year or two..
WelshJester28/02/2020 06:47

I think it's more the fact that the driver teams seem to stop optimising …I think it's more the fact that the driver teams seem to stop optimising last gen cards and focus on newer gen, I'd guess that's why they fall behind a bit more and then new consoles tend to show them up a bit. Console optimisation only goes so far though, it's not magic. That said I'll probably go for a 3070 or 3080, being at 1440p they should perform very well on new games at that res until the next gen.


It really is magic man.

I've got a pretty high end rig, the Nitro XT, 2700x, etc. I also have a vanilla PS4. There isn't a single game on my PC that looks as good as Horizon or RDR2 on my PS4, and I think pretty much any PC gamer would agree, and my hardware is what, 8 times more powerful. Optimisation is everything in looks, graphical fidelity is as much an art as a technology and the resources consoles have are undeniable. Working with the same hardware devs can do remarkable things. A 3070 will tide you over nicely I'd say.
Cooler is awful.so awful you will need a third party cooler or washer, thermo paste mod.
Edited by: "peter_holtz" 28th Feb
Are the 5700XT's drivers any good nowadays? One of my mates got one and exchanged it for a 2070S as the drivers were shoddy. I've been tempted by the 2070S and 2080S but the prices are extortionate.
Termeh28/02/2020 14:56

Are the 5700XT's drivers any good nowadays? One of my mates got one and …Are the 5700XT's drivers any good nowadays? One of my mates got one and exchanged it for a 2070S as the drivers were shoddy. I've been tempted by the 2070S and 2080S but the prices are extortionate.


They are still a bit hit and miss, you can pick up a 2080 super for £579 atm if that's any help
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