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Asus RX-5700XT-8GB Graphics Card with GPU Tweak II and 1 Year Free Xsplit Premium License +2 games and games pass £299.99 Delivered @ Amazon
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Asus RX-5700XT-8GB Graphics Card with GPU Tweak II and 1 Year Free Xsplit Premium License +2 games and games pass £299.99 Delivered @ Amazon

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Posted 1st MarEdited by:"DealsDen101"

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Great price for a 5700 XT.

ASUS is one of Fortune magazine’s Most Admired Companies and is one of the top motherboard and gaming brands as well as a top-three consumer notebook vendor. ASUS is driven by passion and innovation and dedicated to creating quality products for a future smart life, designing and manufacturing products that perfectly meet the needs of today's digital home, office and person. Our wide portfolio includes MG248Q, Chromebox and a range of devices and components, along with AR and VR

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The AMD Radeon™ RX 5700 XT bends the rules of 1440p gaming with RDNA architecture on a 7nm process.

  • RDNA Architecture is built with a 7nm process and includes 40 redesigned compute units and up to 4x IPC improvement.
  • Purpose-built for 1440p gaming
  • Redesigned shroud with machined accents and airflow-directing contours.


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RDNA ArchitectureThe Radeon RX 5700 Series GPUs are powered by RDNA architecture, the heart of AMD's new 7nm process. RDNA features up to 40 redesigned compute units that deliver incredible performance and up to 4x IPC improvement. This translates to greatly improved performance for visual effects such as volumetric lighting, blur effects, and depth of field. The architecture also enables DisplayPort 1.4 with Display Stream Compression (DSC), which work with compatible displays to allow 4k gaming at extreme fresh rates without chroma subsampling.



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Redesigned ShroudThe AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT is topped with a metal shroud that has machined accents for grip and contours to help funnel airflow towards the heatsink.



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AMD Radeon™ Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition Hardcore softwareRadeon Software is a powerful hub that provides tools to customise in-game aesthetics, record gameplay, tweak performance, update drivers, and much more. The latest edition features Radeon™ Anti-Lag, a new technology that reduces input lag, effectively increasing the response time of the game and offering a significant competitive advantage in many titles.




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GPU Tweak IIThe ASUS GPU Tweak II utility takes graphics card tuning to the next level. It allows you to tweak critical parameters including GPU core clocks, memory frequency, and voltage settings, with the option to monitor everything in real-time through a customisable on-screen display. Advanced fan control is also included along with many more features to help you get the most out of your graphics card.



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XSplitXSplit offers a premium streaming experience with in-game annotations and other advanced features. Enjoy a free license with the purchase of select ASUS graphics cards. See you online!



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wtfastWe've partnered with wtfast to help you to play free from lag, latency issues, and lost packets. With a 6-month subscription to the wtfast Gamers Private Network, you'll enjoy lower ping for a smoother, more fluid online gaming experience. Buy an ASUS graphics card - and don't be left waiting!




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Game-changing TechnologyThe Radeon RX 5700 Series' RDNA architecture was engineered to greatly enhance features like Radeon™ Image Sharpening, FidelityFX, TressFX, TrueAudio Next, and VR technologies3. Games utilising these technologies offer enhanced performance and more aesthetic options with an AMD graphics card.

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AMD Radeon FreeSyncExperience stutter-free, tear-free gaming with AMD Radeon FreeSync1 and FreeSync 2 HDR technology, available on many ASUS monitors.
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I have the 5700 xt and have no problems with any games...not an expert by a long shot but latest drivers, playing in 1440p and 144hz performance is amazing. Not disappointed here, I also bit at 330 so good price
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Voted hot, though the Overclockers deal is arguably the better buy for an extra tenner. That includes Resident Evil 3 / Monster Hunter World: Master Edition / 3 Months Game Pass
WTFast is a scam, you shouldn't use it even if they were paying you TO use it (and they pay youtube "influencers" to shill it to you).

Xsplit is irrelevant now that OBS exists. They've also had multiple security breaches and leaked their users' personal info and some payment details. Something you obviously don't need with OBS since it's open source and free.

As for the card itself, be weary of driver issues. I'm a Radeon user myself, though not Navi - but the driver problems are just too common to ignore.
MBeeching01/03/2020 22:13

Voted hot, though the Overclockers deal is arguably the better buy for an …Voted hot, though the Overclockers deal is arguably the better buy for an extra tenner. That includes Resident Evil 3 / Monster Hunter World: Master Edition / 3 Months Game Pass


Forgot about the free games, it does come with the games and games pass, I have edited the title, cheers for reminding me
Great price. I bit at £319 for the anniversary edition as I wasn’t expecting them to drop much more this soon. I can see prices going up again soon as stocks of pc parts start to dry up until Chinese factories get back up and running.
DealsDen10101/03/2020 22:29

Forgot about the free games, it does come with the games and games pass, I …Forgot about the free games, it does come with the games and games pass, I have edited the title, cheers for reminding me


Can't see any mention of them on the Amazon listing, plus a customer explicitly states they didn't receive them.
Stay away from these people, they are absolutely plagued with driver issues upon driver issues, dont be fooled by the price. Got a rx 5700 the other day and i get a crash requiring a reboot almost every two hours or so besides browser freezes and the like, and that's just when browsing, i'm not even gaming on the *** thing.
Edited by: "Cuddl3s" 1st Mar
How's driver support for the 5700 XT?
MBeeching01/03/2020 22:40

Can't see any mention of them on the Amazon listing, plus a customer …Can't see any mention of them on the Amazon listing, plus a customer explicitly states they didn't receive them.


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I have the 5700 xt and have no problems with any games...not an expert by a long shot but latest drivers, playing in 1440p and 144hz performance is amazing. Not disappointed here, I also bit at 330 so good price
Cuddl3s01/03/2020 22:44

Stay away from these people, they are absolutely plagued with driver …Stay away from these people, they are absolutely plagued with driver issues upon driver issues, dont be fooled by the price. Got a rx 5700 the other day and i get a crash requiring a reboot almost every two hours or so besides browser freezes and the like, and that's just when browsing, i'm not even gaming on the *** thing.



Who are these people?
Cuddl3s01/03/2020 22:44

Stay away from these people, they are absolutely plagued with driver …Stay away from these people, they are absolutely plagued with driver issues upon driver issues, dont be fooled by the price. Got a rx 5700 the other day and i get a crash requiring a reboot almost every two hours or so besides browser freezes and the like, and that's just when browsing, i'm not even gaming on the *** thing.



Their latest driver release has a whole host of black screen fixes.
DealsDen10101/03/2020 22:46

They are a participating retailer on the AMD raise the game page They are a participating retailer on the AMD raise the game page [Image]


The Asus is not listed as a qualifying 5700/XT product on this Amazon page.
I would be slightly cautious as I've faced a similar predicament with Asus, Nvidia and PCWorld.
MBeeching01/03/2020 23:08

The Asus is not listed as a qualifying 5700/XT product on this Amazon …The Asus is not listed as a qualifying 5700/XT product on this Amazon page.I would be slightly cautious as I've faced a similar predicament with Asus, Nvidia and PCWorld.


I will contact them tomorrow and double check
Miketdi01/03/2020 23:01

Their latest driver release has a whole host of black screen fixes.


I'm on the latest driver already the one released on the 28.02, anyway a quick search revealed that the black screen issue which i'm suffering from has been around since Vega 64, so it probably won't ever be fixed.
DealsDen10101/03/2020 22:46

They are a participating retailer on the AMD raise the game page They are a participating retailer on the AMD raise the game page [Image]


I tried getting the free games and was told by Amazon if you cannot see the offer on the purchase page that means they aren’t participating.
I also mentioned they were advertised as being part of the promo.
After several mins of going round in circles they hung up on me!
Quite shocking really.

I have the Gigabyte RTX 5700 xt, really pleased with it so far - even if I did pay £380 for it.....
Edited by: "bignige" 1st Mar
Cuddl3s01/03/2020 22:44

Stay away from these people, they are absolutely plagued with driver …Stay away from these people, they are absolutely plagued with driver issues upon driver issues, dont be fooled by the price. Got a rx 5700 the other day and i get a crash requiring a reboot almost every two hours or so besides browser freezes and the like, and that's just when browsing, i'm not even gaming on the *** thing.


I'm the opposite stable as a rock, what games are you playing?

I've just played through RE2 on max everything and it never missed a beat, that's the XFX 5700. I haven't had any problems using Windows either and this was using a nvidia card before I switched it out all I did was uninstall anything that had nvidia on it.

The issues with the 5700 are so hard to pin down like it could be because people are over clocking memory, cpu, gpu etc and the card is pushing the system that hard those flaws are showing up. I run everything stock to be safe on 650w PSU.

If your gpu is clocked out of the box I'd try monitoring the temp and down clocking it to reference 5700 to see if it helps. I was pooping my pants at all the horror stories on the 5700 so glad I didn't listen saved about £150 going AMD and they will be making it better every driver release.

I think the 5700 non XT is the better buy just less watt usage, less heat so will probably last a few years then can upgrade it to XT till it blows up lol.
Edited by: "fishleg003" 1st Mar
fishleg00301/03/2020 23:34

I'm the opposite stable as a rock, what games are you playing?I've just …I'm the opposite stable as a rock, what games are you playing?I've just played through RE2 on max everything and it never missed a beat, that's the XFX 5700. I haven't had any problems using Windows either and this was using a nvidia card before I switched it out all I did was uninstall anything that had nvidia on it.The issues with the 5700 are so hard to pin down like it could be because people are over clocking memory, cpu, gpu etc and the card is pushing the system that hard those flaws are showing up. I run everything stock to be safe on 650w PSU.


Well that is the funny thing, i'm just doing office work and it crashes, got issues with video/youtube for some reason. These are obviously driver issue as i got x and x driver stopped responding bla bla.

PS: it's stock and all, glad to hear yours works fine, though reading online theres scores of people with issues and the issues i'm seeing seem to come from past gfx generations
Edited by: "Cuddl3s" 1st Mar
Cuddl3s01/03/2020 23:40

Well that is the funny thing, i'm just doing office work and it crashes, …Well that is the funny thing, i'm just doing office work and it crashes, got issues with video/youtube for some reason. These are obviously driver issue as i got x and x driver stopped responding bla bla.PS: it's stock and all, glad to hear yours works fine, though reading online theres scores of people with issues and the issues i'm seeing seem to come from past gfx generations


Defo look at down clocking the card just to see if it makes a difference. Which card have you got?

I don't think these are properly tested to be honest like each manufacturer is changing the clocks on memory and cpu. XFX up the memory and cpu speed which yeah great but are they checked to be stable 24/7 for prolonged periods of time. I've seen weird issues with memory clocking like it can get a bad bit of data which will crash that program but the system will recover so you think it's the software but usually always the hardware.
fishleg00301/03/2020 23:47

Defo look at down clocking the card just to see if it makes a difference. …Defo look at down clocking the card just to see if it makes a difference. Which card have you got?I don't think these are properly tested to be honest like each manufacturer is changing the clocks on memory and cpu. XFX up the memory and cpu speed which yeah great but are they checked to be stable 24/7 for prolonged periods of time. I've seen weird issues with memory clocking like it can get a bad bit of data which will crash that program but the system will recover so you think it's the software but usually always the hardware.


It's a Msi Evoke Rx 5700, its running at 800 Mhz core, and 1750 mem all at 59 deg in windows, ill need to check if its normal. Thanks for the replies.
Cuddl3s01/03/2020 23:50

It's a Msi Evoke Rx 5700, its running at 800 Mhz core, and 1750 mem all at …It's a Msi Evoke Rx 5700, its running at 800 Mhz core, and 1750 mem all at 59 deg in windows, ill need to check if its normal. Thanks for the replies.


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That's the reference card so you could set it to that see if it makes a difference.
unrealeck01/03/2020 22:44

How's driver support for the 5700 XT?


They just released a new update which seems to have addressed alot off the issues
If you want complete stability, remove any existing drivers with DDU and install 19.12.1.
Cuddl3s01/03/2020 23:11

I'm on the latest driver already the one released on the 28.02, anyway a …I'm on the latest driver already the one released on the 28.02, anyway a quick search revealed that the black screen issue which i'm suffering from has been around since Vega 64, so it probably won't ever be fixed.


You might want to try and run ddu in safe mode. Then reinstall the drivers and you won’t have any more problems.
@DealsDen101 not another deal!! making it very hard to resist buying a card!!!!!!!!!!!! lol
Keep in mind that this card is very loud. Great price though if you don't get bothered by constant loud noise, play games with max volume or live next to the metro/train tracks.
Sorry but per my other comments, really can't recommend the 5700 XT. So many issues.
l33t-krew02/03/2020 11:41

Sorry but per my other comments, really can't recommend the 5700 XT. So …Sorry but per my other comments, really can't recommend the 5700 XT. So many issues.


Drivers have fixed those issues tho. Go for a card with the longest warranty/best returns policy if it bothers you.
bingowings8502/03/2020 13:51

Drivers have fixed those issues tho. Go for a card with the longest …Drivers have fixed those issues tho. Go for a card with the longest warranty/best returns policy if it bothers you.

I had a 5700 XT blower back mid late last year and it wasn't great. Bought another one (MSI aftermarket model) a month or so ago, just as bad. Third time may be lucky but gone for a RTX 2070 instead for same money. Yes slower but it has just slotted in and worked.
l33t-krew02/03/2020 13:53

I had a 5700 XT blower back mid late last year and it wasn't great. …I had a 5700 XT blower back mid late last year and it wasn't great. Bought another one (MSI aftermarket model) a month or so ago, just as bad. Third time may be lucky but gone for a RTX 2070 instead for same money. Yes slower but it has just slotted in and worked.


As a part time AMD fanboy I'm disappointed they couldn't make the drivers good out of the box. I've had no problems with my Powercolor RX 580 8GB for nearly 2 years.
bingowings8502/03/2020 14:06

As a part time AMD fanboy I'm disappointed they couldn't make the drivers …As a part time AMD fanboy I'm disappointed they couldn't make the drivers good out of the box. I've had no problems with my Powercolor RX 580 8GB for nearly 2 years.

You telling me dude, was extremely chuffed at Ryzen bringing a bit of competition back for a change. The 5700 XT is fast reasonably priced and should have been my go to. The idea of paying the same money for a boring RTX 2070 is not my idea of fun.

Hopefully the new range shakes things up. If this markets gets any more expensive with such poor performance increases, I'll go to console..........saying a lot from someone that has been play PC games such as CS since beta!
So these people are nvidia alone? Not Asus or Asus& nvidia?
l33t-krew02/03/2020 14:09

You telling me dude, was extremely chuffed at Ryzen bringing a bit of …You telling me dude, was extremely chuffed at Ryzen bringing a bit of competition back for a change. The 5700 XT is fast reasonably priced and should have been my go to. The idea of paying the same money for a boring RTX 2070 is not my idea of fun.Hopefully the new range shakes things up. If this markets gets any more expensive with such poor performance increases, I'll go to console..........saying a lot from someone that has been play PC games such as CS since beta!


Yep, the much maligned PC gamer is getting tired of being constantly whipped by Intels lack of innovation, price gouging, AMDs GPU drivers, Crypto miners doubling(+) the cost of GPUs, and game software houses indifference to PC ports of console games. PC gaming isn't dead, but it could be closer than we want to admit.
Seems like price gone up to £360 now.
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