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Gigabyte Radeon RX 570 GAMING 4GB Graphics Card £107.99 at Scan (Free game pass)
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Gigabyte Radeon RX 570 GAMING 4GB Graphics Card £107.99 at Scan (Free game pass)

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Decent card at a reasonable price.


Key Features:
  • 4GB Graphics Memory
  • PCI Express 3.0 x16 Interface
  • Cooler Type - Dynamic Fan
  • Pre Overclocked Edition
  • Outputs - HDMI, DVI and Display Port
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Pay a bit more and get a 580
urban_junk26/02/2020 09:02

Pay a bit more and get a 580


Pay a bit more than that and get a 590.

urban_junk26/02/2020 09:02

Pay a bit more and get a 580


Surely this depends on the build? I just bought a 1650 super (from here) over a 580 as needed 6 pin for the p500 workstation (from here) and CUDA and I didn't want to change PSU (specific module design that cost about £160 on their own). Also in smaller build power and thermals become an issue.
cantonbean26/02/2020 10:08

Surely this depends on the build? I just bought a 1650 super (from here) …Surely this depends on the build? I just bought a 1650 super (from here) over a 580 as needed 6 pin for the p500 workstation (from here) and CUDA and I didn't want to change PSU (specific module design that cost about £160 on their own). Also in smaller build power and thermals become an issue.


Wasn't comparing it team green!?!

I'd only use nvidia in a small build anyway
urban_junk26/02/2020 10:10

Wasn't comparing it team green!?! I'd only use nvidia in a small build …Wasn't comparing it team green!?! I'd only use nvidia in a small build anyway


This card would be great for a very competent and great value Hackintosh paired with an i5. Heat.
Joeymx26/02/2020 09:49

Pay a bit more than that and get a 590.


Oh wind your attitude in, are we not civil here?

580 8gb, go for around the £125 (16% increase, around 15% gains), while 590 8gb £150 (39% increase and NOT 39% gains but 25%)

Wish people would educate themselves before posting
Despondent26/02/2020 10:15

This card would be great for a very competent and great value Hackintosh …This card would be great for a very competent and great value Hackintosh paired with an i5. Heat.


How's this related to what I've said?
urban_junk26/02/2020 10:10

Wasn't comparing it team green!?! I'd only use nvidia in a small build …Wasn't comparing it team green!?! I'd only use nvidia in a small build anyway


TBH just checking the specs it is an 8 pin supposed to need 450 PSU (I thought some of these 570s) didn't do aside from size (which this doesn't seem to have a benefit!) I'd agree get the 580!
Edited by: "cantonbean" 26th Feb
urban_junk26/02/2020 10:18

Oh wind your attitude in, are we not civil here?580 8gb, go for around the …Oh wind your attitude in, are we not civil here?580 8gb, go for around the £125 (16% increase, around 15% gains), while 590 8gb £150 (39% increase and NOT 39% gains but 25%)Wish people would educate themselves before posting


Where are you seeing the 580 8GB at that price? cheapest I can see is around £145.
I just bought a Sapphire Refurb rx580 pulse on ebay for £110, you could consider that too.
comes with a 12 month warranty.
To those people saying "get a 580", yes the performance is better, however the cheapest I can see from a cursory glance at Scan's site is this Sapphire model:
scan.co.uk/pro…dmi
It's another £30 and probably worth it, but if someone has the budget for a 570 and really can't stretch to the 580 then they're still getting a card that's highly competent at 1080p gaming.
Still using my RX470 4gb, still deciding whether to upgrade it.
rav4cas26/02/2020 10:49

Still using my RX470 4gb, still deciding whether to upgrade it.



As a 580 8GB owner, playing at 1080p still, I feel no need to. But unless games aren't running well enough for you, you need high refresh etc etc, I would wait until next gen.
urban_junk26/02/2020 10:18

Oh wind your attitude in, are we not civil here?580 8gb, go for around the …Oh wind your attitude in, are we not civil here?580 8gb, go for around the £125 (16% increase, around 15% gains), while 590 8gb £150 (39% increase and NOT 39% gains but 25%)Wish people would educate themselves before posting


You can always pay a bit more and get a bit more though. I think there's limited helpfulness to suggesting people looking at a graphics card at this price point also find 20% more cash...
cantonbean26/02/2020 10:23

TBH just checking the specs it is an 8 pin supposed to need 450 PSU


What does all that mean? You have to get a certain PSU depending on your GPU and vice versa?
Edited by: "Meathotukdeals" 26th Feb
Meathotukdeals26/02/2020 14:46

What does all that mean? You have to get a certain PSU depending on your …What does all that mean? You have to get a certain PSU depending on your GPU and vice versa?


Yeah so some less powerful GPUs like a 1050ti didn't even need a 6/8 pin connector. Some need one of these but have quite a low power draw. So for instance I bought the 1050 super as had a lower power draw and only have a 390 watt PSU and 6 pin connector on my older workstation (you can get adapters but usually it's 6pin for a reason). This GPU requires 8 PIN connection and a 480 watt PSU. That's actually quite demanding and likely if have both those in your system you can use a 580 8GB which is a better card and hardly any more cash. I haven't built a PC in ages but hopefully this is helpful. You'd need to check the watts on your PSU and internal connections before buying. Most PSUs can be swapped easily but my workstation is a proprietary design by Lenovo so a 650 watt is about £150 on eBay and the 850 ones are rare as horse poo and expensive. Just decided for £150 a 1050 super ticked boxes for work and odd gaming. Still players the Witcher 3 on ultra at 1080p or medium at 1440p.
I am buying for a new build and don't have GPU or PSU. A bit scary I could buy things that don't fit together! This pin connection - does it have a name so I'll can look for compatibility. Its not for gaming , in fact I know nothing about GPUs either, but for video editing and playback.
Edited by: "Meathotukdeals" 26th Feb
Meathotukdeals26/02/2020 16:19

I am buying for a new build and don't have GPU or PSU. A bit scary I could …I am buying for a new build and don't have GPU or PSU. A bit scary I could buy things that don't fit together! This pin connection - does it have a name so I'll can look for compatibility. Its not for gaming , in fact I know nothing about GPUs either, but for video editing and playback.


Got it 1 x 8-pin PCIe right?
Meathotukdeals26/02/2020 16:23

Got it 1 x 8-pin PCIe right?


Yip, most modern PSUs will have atleast 2, with the ability to convert to a 6 pin if required.

Don't cheap out on the PSU, make sure it is atleast Tier B on this list - linustechtips.com/mai…40/

A popular choice would be the Corsair CXM (B+ in LTT list) as it is modular and very reliable:

450W £52 - amazon.co.uk/dp/…HS/
550W £59 - amazon.co.uk/dp/…Z8/

Alternatively if that is outside your budget something like a be quiet! System Power 9 400 W would also be a good choice £38 - amazon.co.uk/dp/…TZ5
Edited by: "Gormond" 26th Feb
Gormond26/02/2020 10:38

Where are you seeing the 580 8GB at that price? cheapest I can see is …Where are you seeing the 580 8GB at that price? cheapest I can see is around £145.


Hukd search
urban_junk26/02/2020 17:05

Hukd search


I did and cant see it currently available at that price.
Joeymx26/02/2020 09:49

Pay a bit more than that and get a 590.


Pay a bit more and get yourself off to a holiday
Gormond26/02/2020 17:07

I did and cant see it currently available at that price.


Oh right you want one now, I'll look around later tonight for you when i have a bit of time
urban_junk26/02/2020 10:18

Oh wind your attitude in, are we not civil here?580 8gb, go for around the …Oh wind your attitude in, are we not civil here?580 8gb, go for around the £125 (16% increase, around 15% gains), while 590 8gb £150 (39% increase and NOT 39% gains but 25%)Wish people would educate themselves before posting


Completely agree with a comment like this. Whenever a PC part/build is posted, people come out in flocks to say "should have paid more and got x". What if people can't afford more, don't want to spend more or don't need to spend more for their use? At least a % comparison is a fair comparison.
urban_junk26/02/2020 20:37

It came just in …It came just in time...https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/certified-refurbished-sapphire-rx-580-pulse-graphics-card-8gb-gddr5-dvi-d-hdmi-displayport-amd-ebayrealtime-distribution-3413532


A refurb but I would personally take the chance at this price point.
Gormond26/02/2020 22:14

A refurb but I would personally take the chance at this price point.


12m warranty...
Gormond26/02/2020 22:19

Indeed he has 100% feedback too and a 570 at £85.


570 is only 4gb
Gormond26/02/2020 22:30

It's actually 8GB.https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/274254034283


Go for twin fan on these mini room heaters
urban_junk26/02/2020 22:33

Had seen: …Had seen: https://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/Sapphire-RX-570-Pulse-ITX-Graphics-Card-4GB-GDDR5-DVI-D-HDMI-DisplayPort/193335834239?ul_ref=https://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/710-53481-19255-0/1?ff3=4&pub=5574894536&toolid=10001&campid=5336549684&customid=1920760476&mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fitm%2F193335834239&srcrot=710-53481-19255-0&rvr_id=2314125012896&rvr_ts=83a174261700a489fde3e8edffbfcbff&_mwBanner=1&_rdt=1&ul_noapp=true&pageci=a6ef64cf-3c19-43bd-a78a-9fa7caf86a2d


Great for £65
cantonbean26/02/2020 10:08

Surely this depends on the build? I just bought a 1650 super (from here) …Surely this depends on the build? I just bought a 1650 super (from here) over a 580 as needed 6 pin for the p500 workstation (from here) and CUDA and I didn't want to change PSU (specific module design that cost about £160 on their own). Also in smaller build power and thermals become an issue.


4gb isn't really Future proof though. If you don't play any demanding games it's fine, but soon 4gb will struggle.
Gormond26/02/2020 16:50

Yip, most modern PSUs will have atleast 2, with the ability to convert to …Yip, most modern PSUs will have atleast 2, with the ability to convert to a 6 pin if required.Don't cheap out on the PSU, make sure it is atleast Tier B on this list - https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/1116640-psu-tier-list-40/A popular choice would be the Corsair CXM (B+ in LTT list) as it is modular and very reliable:450W £52 - https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01C3FFOHS/550W £59 - https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01C3FFLZ8/Alternatively if that is outside your budget something like a be quiet! System Power 9 400 W would also be a good choice £38 - https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B079KG3TZ5


Thanks. Very useful. Not decided what GPU yet but found pages on scan web explaining the current GPUs. Then I'll know better PSU wattage.
Meathotukdeals27/02/2020 14:54

Thanks. Very useful. Not decided what GPU yet but found pages on scan web …Thanks. Very useful. Not decided what GPU yet but found pages on scan web explaining the current GPUs. Then I'll know better PSU wattage.


Funnily TechYesCity stressed a 3950x (16 core flagship CPU) and a 2080 Ti (fastest consumer GPU) under full load for hours on a 450W PSU. I'm not suggesting you do that but it shows people really over do it when it comes to PSU power.
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