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Posted 29th Jan

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I believe the RX570 AMD is meant to be better but guess some folk will be either or for Nvidia vs AMD
Any reason as to what products the 20% applies to is it only certain tech products. Thanks
thr0tt29/01/2020 08:00

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B0785Q6DYP/ref=sr_1_2?s=computers&keywords=Rx570&qid=1580251956&sr=1-2I believe the RX570 AMD is meant to be better but guess some folk will be either or for Nvidia vs AMD


This is the Super version, a lot more powerful than the terrible original version.
thr0tt29/01/2020 08:00

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B0785Q6DYP/ref=sr_1_2?s=computers&keywords=Rx570&qid=1580251956&sr=1-2I believe the RX570 AMD is meant to be better but guess some folk will be either or for Nvidia vs AMD


Nope, this card is SUPER which compete with rx580/gtx1060 tier. Basically it’s about the same as GTX1660.
dragon9729/01/2020 08:01

Any reason as to what products the 20% applies to is it only certain tech …Any reason as to what products the 20% applies to is it only certain tech products. Thanks


I guess the ones that they can’t really sell. Been sniping for cheap RX5700 from XFX, but despite being on sell with warehouse it’s not eligible for 20% off. They do update products every now and then so keep an eye
hmm, used... for this price seems good but second hand gfx cards can be a nightmare, suppose you still got Amazon CS to fall back on, kinda heaty
philjstephenson29/01/2020 08:13

hmm, used... for this price seems good but second hand gfx cards can be a …hmm, used... for this price seems good but second hand gfx cards can be a nightmare, suppose you still got Amazon CS to fall back on, kinda heaty


Well, you’ve got 3 years warranty from.. 2 month ago or something like that at worst. It’s like new tier - If you look at comments then you can see that seller had gtx1660super in description - people bought it thinking it’s 1660s and returned so basically it should be like new. GPU was published 2 months ago so AT WORST it’s gonna be used for 2 months. Also, what’s about nvidia used cards
Oos
shinken1729/01/2020 08:21

Oos


It’ll come back, give it an hour or so - warehouse deals end on 31st of dec
dijital29/01/2020 08:05

This is the Super version, a lot more powerful than the terrible original …This is the Super version, a lot more powerful than the terrible original version.


Ah ok didn’t look at the detail. Cool.

Looking the reviews on the Amazon link appears it maybe the super and may not... also I wonder if the extra 4gb on the Rx570 makes a difference game-debate.com/gpu…8gb
Edited by: "thr0tt" 29th Jan
thr0tt29/01/2020 08:26

Ah ok didn’t look at the detail. Cool. Looking the reviews on the A …Ah ok didn’t look at the detail. Cool. Looking the reviews on the Amazon link appears it maybe the super and may not... also I wonder if the extra 4gb on the Rx570 makes a difference https://www.game-debate.com/gpu/index.php?gid=4832&gid2=3878&compare=geforce-gtx-1650-super-4gb-vs-radeon-rx-570-8gb


It is super, however it’s not 1660 super but 1650 super. Shouldn’t make any difference with 1080p, I’ve switched from RX580 4GB and man, power consumption is almost 2x smaller
thr0tt29/01/2020 08:26

Ah ok didn’t look at the detail. Cool. Looking the reviews on the A …Ah ok didn’t look at the detail. Cool. Looking the reviews on the Amazon link appears it maybe the super and may not... also I wonder if the extra 4gb on the Rx570 makes a difference https://www.game-debate.com/gpu/index.php?gid=4832&gid2=3878&compare=geforce-gtx-1650-super-4gb-vs-radeon-rx-570-8gb


gpu.userbenchmark.com/Com…923
thr0tt29/01/2020 08:26

I wonder if the extra 4gb on the Rx570 makes a difference


Thats the rub, the 4gb is going to be a big advantage in about three years once the PS5 and Xbox X series is properly out and develops have stopped making game for the current gen consoles.

The Xbox X series has 16gb RAM, 13 GB for games, 3 GB for operating system, That means 8gb could easily be used for textures.

But, the 1650 Super is a much more powerful card when it comes to pushing polygons and post effects.

Go for an RX 590 if you can, could be the best of both worlds.
Uberas29/01/2020 08:13

I guess the ones that they can’t really sell. Been sniping for cheap R …I guess the ones that they can’t really sell. Been sniping for cheap RX5700 from XFX, but despite being on sell with warehouse it’s not eligible for 20% off. They do update products every now and then so keep an eye


Oh thanks for the infomation
dijital29/01/2020 09:00

Thats the rub, the 4gb is going to be a big advantage in about three years …Thats the rub, the 4gb is going to be a big advantage in about three years once the PS5 and Xbox X series is properly out and develops have stopped making game for the current gen consoles.The Xbox X series has 16gb RAM, 13 GB for games, 3 GB for operating system, That means 8gb could easily be used for textures.But, the 1650 Super is a much more powerful card when it comes to pushing polygons and post effects.Go for an RX 590 if you can, could be the best of both worlds.


3 years? It’ll be obsolete in 2
Uberas29/01/2020 09:35

3 years? It’ll be obsolete in 2



We aint all hyper nerds mate.
Uberas29/01/2020 11:04

so don't argue with one



"we aint all hyper nerds" Is meant to be taken as "Many dont upgrade our graphics cards every refresh just to have the absolute best graphics, many of us can live with slightly lower settings because, you know, we have a life".
Edited by: "dijital" 29th Jan
dijital29/01/2020 11:17

"we aint all hyper nerds" Is meant to be taken as "Many dont upgrade our …"we aint all hyper nerds" Is meant to be taken as "Many dont upgrade our graphics cards every refresh just to have the absolute best graphics, many of us can live with slightly lower settings because, you know, we have a life".


And I've meant that if you buy card that Low-end nowadays it'll be completely trashy, not capable to do anything above low settings in 2 years time thus you don't need more than 4GB VRAM because it couldn't be used anyway, especially with around 20% slower RX570 (gpu.userbenchmark.com/Com…924)
Edited by: "Uberas" 29th Jan
Uberas29/01/2020 11:20

And I've meant that if you buy card that is Low-end nowadays it'll be …And I've meant that if you buy card that is Low-end nowadays it'll be completely trashy, not capable to do anything above low settings in 2 years time thus you don't need more than 4GB VRAM because it couldn't be used anyway, especially with around 20% slower RX570 (https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-GTX-1650S-Super-vs-AMD-RX-570/4058vs3924)



It seems you do not know how VRAM is used in modern games.

Right, open world games (which they all are now) can use massive amounts of vram without needing massive amounts of processing power because the textures are held in Vram but only used by the GPU's processor when they are displayed, these textures need to be accessed quickly to stop stuttering while the GPU's processor waits for the textures to load. If you are low on Vram the textures will fall back on main ram (MASSIVELY slower than GDDR6 ram on the graphics card) or worse to the SSD (MASSIVELY slower than main ram) or even worse a hard disk (you guessed it, MASSIVELY slower than a mid range SSD). As I said before, once developers completely stop developing for current gen consoles they will start using more then 4GB of VRAM on a very regular basis

Running out of vram will DESTROY performance.

This is as far as I am willing to go with this explanation as I have better things to do, I'm sure you do too.

Also, this is the GTX 1650 SUPER we are talking about here.

Edited by: "dijital" 29th Jan
dijital29/01/2020 11:35

It seems you do not know how VRAM is used in modern games.Right, open …It seems you do not know how VRAM is used in modern games.Right, open world games (which they all are now) can use massive amounts of vram without needing massive amounts of processing power because the textures are held in Vram but only used by the GPU's processor when they are displayed, these textures need to be accessed quickly to stop stuttering while the GPU's processor waits for the textures to load. If you are low on Vram the textures will fall back on main ram (MASSIVELY slower than GDDR6 ram on the graphics card) or worse to the SSD (MASSIVELY slower than main ram) or even worse a hard disk (you guessed it, MASSIVELY slower than a mid range SSD). As I said before, once developers completely stop developing for current gen consoles they will start using more then 4GB of VRAM on a very regular basisRunning out of vram will DESTROY performance.This is as far as I am willing to go with this explanation as I have better things to do, I'm sure you do too.Also, this is the GTX 1650 SUPER we are talking about here.[Video]


I can see frametime difference, but look at lows - doesn't seem to be affected much. Only few games exceeded 4GB VRAM, and that's on highest setting, they are not realistic (when you do exceed just lower settings). We don't have official figures for consoles, I doubt it'll be ryzen 3700x and RX5700XT aka performance - but even if, they will roll out in Q2-Q3 this year, then to make games exclusively written for them another year and then ports to PC another year which at this point GTX1650S will be not enough to run highest settings, lower settings WILL consume less than 4GB VRAM. Remember, we still talk about 1080p, this card obviously has no chances in 1440p.
*update PS5 is due to be in Q4 2020*
Edited by: "Uberas" 29th Jan
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