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MSI NVIDIA GEFORCE RTX 2070 SUPER VENTUS OC Graphics Card - used - £422.40 @ Amazon Warehouse
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MSI NVIDIA GEFORCE RTX 2070 SUPER VENTUS OC Graphics Card - used - £422.40 @ Amazon Warehouse

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Posted 17th Jun

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Small scratches on the sides of the item (up to 1/2 in.). Missing manual. Missing software CD. Accessories may have cosmetic damage. Item will come repackaged
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Just.Wondering17/06/2020 23:44

Works well on my rtx 2080ti, dlss and ray tracing...


its 3 times the price of a 5700xt though. we get it you're a fanboy
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Crazy how much Nvidia is milking PC gamers
Standard 30 day return policy but no manufacturers warranty, is that correct?
Spacevsgravity17/06/2020 22:27

Crazy how much Nvidia is milking PC gamers


Sorry, you forgot to enlighten us on your like for like cheaper alternative...
Not that much of a deal. That used 3xfan 1080 for 320 though... Surprised it's still there after 2 days
meherenow17/06/2020 22:38

Sorry, you forgot to enlighten us on your like for like cheaper … Sorry, you forgot to enlighten us on your like for like cheaper alternative...


A 5700xt is pretty damn close to be fair
Edited by: "D0Ze" 17th Jun
D0Ze17/06/2020 22:53

A 5700xt is pretty damn close to be fair


No ray tracking or DLSS either....hmmm not that close then.
That's fair enough guys, it depends what games you want to play at the end of the day. For some people the 5700xt will perform very closely to the 2070 super. This does very much depend on what features you want such as RTX Voice.
Just.Wondering17/06/2020 23:07

No ray tracking or DLSS either....hmmm not that close then.


5700 xt is more than enough for 144hz. i have it paired with a i7 7700k for warzone. if you're desperate to buy right now i'd go for a 5700xt. and also ray tracing? fps dips like hell on all rtx 20xx with it on. next nvidia will be better by a mile so it might br worth waiting
Nostr0mo197917/06/2020 22:30

Standard 30 day return policy but no manufacturers warranty, is that …Standard 30 day return policy but no manufacturers warranty, is that correct?


Yup... If its alive when arrives you good to go
It's a bit of pot luck with amazon warehouse deals most are good, just returns where people can't work it out or used it for a wedding then returned it
dioxyde017/06/2020 23:18

5700 xt is more than enough for 144hz. i have it paired with a i7 7700k …5700 xt is more than enough for 144hz. i have it paired with a i7 7700k for warzone. if you're desperate to buy right now i'd go for a 5700xt. and also ray tracing? fps dips like hell on all rtx 20xx with it on. next nvidia will be better by a mile so it might br worth waiting


Works well on my rtx 2080ti, dlss and ray tracing...
dioxyde017/06/2020 23:18

5700 xt is more than enough for 144hz. i have it paired with a i7 7700k …5700 xt is more than enough for 144hz. i have it paired with a i7 7700k for warzone. if you're desperate to buy right now i'd go for a 5700xt. and also ray tracing? fps dips like hell on all rtx 20xx with it on. next nvidia will be better by a mile so it might br worth waiting


I'd rather have a 2060 super, for all the extra bells and whistles.
Edited by: "Just.Wondering" 17th Jun
Just.Wondering17/06/2020 23:44

Works well on my rtx 2080ti, dlss and ray tracing...


its 3 times the price of a 5700xt though. we get it you're a fanboy
Honestly if not in a rush wait for 3060. Should be ~400 with better ray tracing performance than a 2080, and normal performance around a 2070 super/2080 aswell.
uthypranks_TV18/06/2020 01:18

Honestly if not in a rush wait for 3060. Should be ~400 with better ray …Honestly if not in a rush wait for 3060. Should be ~400 with better ray tracing performance than a 2080, and normal performance around a 2070 super/2080 aswell.


Yes patience is a virtue.
dioxyde017/06/2020 23:57

its 3 times the price of a 5700xt though. we get it you're a fanboy


Depend if you pay full price... My rtx 2080ti wax under £600, ebay deal... I don't need to be a fan boy... Can AMD provide an equivalent?

Enjoy which ever card you choose and if it suits your needs , but AMD have driver issues and have had serious concerns with card temperatures.
Edited by: "Just.Wondering" 18th Jun
I'm tempted on this, I already have the 5700xt but the driver issues are doing my head in. Never had issues on my last nvidia card.
ChrissehP18/06/2020 07:00

I'm tempted on this, I already have the 5700xt but the driver issues are …I'm tempted on this, I already have the 5700xt but the driver issues are doing my head in. Never had issues on my last nvidia card.


If you are within your return date window get rid of it asap. I know people are going to defend the 5700 xt that isn't the issue. The drivers are the worst. I tried all the fixes all the youtube videos and nothing worked to fix their crap drivers and software.

I had a HD5970 10 years ago and it was nothing but problems. I thought I'd try it again as people were raving about the performance of the card. I had the card for 9 days before returning it for a 2070 super. People hate Nvidia but it is literally plug in and play. No crashes, no bad drivers and software and no headache!

I'd buy a amd cpu but never again ati gpu.
I guess I must be lucky. No driver problems at all with my rx5700xt. The only issues I had with the previous gtx1070 was slow driver updates for some new games (AMD seemed to be quicker to me). Then I never had a problem with the rx470 I had before that either.
Both AMD and Nvidia have been good for me. So it’s just price per performance that I decide on at the time. AMD wins at the moment.
RTX isn’t really a thing at the moment, but will be after the new consoles come out. The next gen will have to deal with that as I suspect it is streets ahead of the 20 series.
iceburglettuce18/06/2020 07:46

I guess I must be lucky. No driver problems at all with my rx5700xt. The …I guess I must be lucky. No driver problems at all with my rx5700xt. The only issues I had with the previous gtx1070 was slow driver updates for some new games (AMD seemed to be quicker to me). Then I never had a problem with the rx470 I had before that either.Both AMD and Nvidia have been good for me. So it’s just price per performance that I decide on at the time. AMD wins at the moment.RTX isn’t really a thing at the moment, but will be after the new consoles come out. The next gen will have to deal with that as I suspect it is streets ahead of the 20 series.


Which 5700card do you have, and which drivers are you running?
ChrissehP18/06/2020 08:29

Which 5700card do you have, and which drivers are you running?


I've read that the first release April 2020 drivers, where better, check Guru3d for AMD drivers they have all the past versions available to download.
Edited by: "Just.Wondering" 18th Jun
I’ve owned two ATI cards in the past - one worked great, the other however had driver crashes galore. I’d never go back to AMD for a GPU no matter how good they look on paper.
There is **B GRADE** AORUS RX 5700 XT at OCUK for £329.99 far better deal if you get lucky with driver/components compatibility.
nVidia VS AMD?

Intel's the way to go baby! That new RTX 3090txi is going to be slaughtered by the new IRIS Graphics 2020.

Kidding aside, it's always humorous to see these brand wars. I have to give the trophy to the dude who purchased a 2080ti for £600.
Worth stating that Amazon Warehouse items all come with a 12 month warranty.
I picked up a Sapphire Vega 64 Nitro+ for £200 on there. Really happy with it.
ChrissehP18/06/2020 08:29

Which 5700card do you have, and which drivers are you running?


It’s the Sapphire Pulse. Currently the latest Beta driver but I’ve been through all of the updates without issues.
Cheapest used on Amazon now £446.40
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