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MSI GeForce RTX 2070 GAMING Z 8G @ Amazon UK - £442.50
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MSI GeForce RTX 2070 GAMING Z 8G @ Amazon UK - £442.50

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Posted 22nd Jul

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Currently £525 on scan

Decent price for the flagship model in MSI's RTX 2070 lineup (non super), especially considering the 2070 Super starts at around £480.

- Boost Clock 1830 MHz
- Base Clock 1410 MHz
- Cores: 2304 Units
- 8GB GDDR6 14Gbps
- DisplayPort x 3 / HDMI x 1 / USB Type-C x1
- Twin Frozr 7 Thermal Design
- RGB Mystic Light

- Possible two free games (Wolfenstein: Youngblood and Control on launch)

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Pretty cold now that the 5700 series is a thing. 2060 Super is essentially this but cheaper as well.
3anana22/07/2019 12:04

Pretty cold now that the 5700 series is a thing. 2060 Super is essentially …Pretty cold now that the 5700 series is a thing. 2060 Super is essentially this but cheaper as well.



I agree that AMD is strong now. But a decent 2060 super would cost you more than £400 with less cores and lower boost clock.
immortan4jo22/07/2019 12:18

I agree that AMD is strong now. But a decent 2060 super would cost you …I agree that AMD is strong now. But a decent 2060 super would cost you more than £400 with less cores and lower boost clock.


In the past there was a substantial difference between a regular and more expensive graphics card. Nowadays with nvidia cards constrained by board power limits its hardly worth paying a premium for more expensive cards when thermal performance is often within a few degrees at most compared to a dual fan. Really you're just paying for looks.

2060S founders is sub400 and even then it's rather expensive relative to a 5700XT but certainly better deal than this.
Edited by: "3anana" 22nd Jul
Needs to drop another £100 to make it interesting
jaydeeuk122/07/2019 12:23

Needs to drop another £100 to make it interesting


They'll discontinue before that happens....like usual
If it was £399 I’d take it at a push. It’s the exact card I’m after but I’m not paying £400+
Edited by: "1nsomniac" 22nd Jul
3anana22/07/2019 12:04

Pretty cold now that the 5700 series is a thing. 2060 Super is essentially …Pretty cold now that the 5700 series is a thing. 2060 Super is essentially this but cheaper as well.


Please do not compare a blower (helicopter + furnace) with a custom board. Wait for custom 5700 that will be more expensive and then compare them.
sgru22/07/2019 13:33

Please do not compare a blower (helicopter + furnace) with a custom board. …Please do not compare a blower (helicopter + furnace) with a custom board. Wait for custom 5700 that will be more expensive and then compare them.



Even though I didn't explicitly mention cooler design, dual fan 5700 XTs will still be hovering on the 400 or lower mark, which is still cheaper than this, while offering better performance. The fact is at £440 this is too expensive when the 2060S is offering essentially the same performance for less, let alone what AMD have.

At 400 sure, not a bad deal, but cold at this price.
Edited by: "3anana" 22nd Jul
Why would anyone buy for this when a decent 2060s is available for £380? You'd have to have no regard for your budget to do it.
immortan4jo22/07/2019 12:18

I agree that AMD is strong now. But a decent 2060 super would cost you …I agree that AMD is strong now. But a decent 2060 super would cost you more than £400 with less cores and lower boost clock.


Fewer cores means little here because the overall performance is very close. You can get a decent MSI or Asus for £380 from scan or others. This is not a deal till it drops below £400.
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