MSI Radeon RX Vega 64 8GB GPU £289.99 at Box (Free Game Pass)
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MSI Radeon RX Vega 64 8GB GPU £289.99 at Box (Free Game Pass)

£289.99£299.993%Box.co.uk Deals
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Posted 28th Jul
Small price drop, not bad for the money.
KEY FEATURES
  • AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 chipset
  • 8GB HBM2 Memory Type
  • Base 1272MHz| Boost Clock 1575MHz
  • 3x DisplayPort | 1x HDMI
  • Blower Style Cooling
  • Crossfire 4-Way
  • RX Vega 64 Air Boost 8G OC
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Not bad, but worth waiting for another eBay 20% code, this has been £260 a few times recently, albeit different brand. Now summer is over it might be worth a punt.
jaydeeuk128/07/2019 15:28

Not bad, but worth waiting for another eBay 20% code, this has been £260 a …Not bad, but worth waiting for another eBay 20% code, this has been £260 a few times recently, albeit different brand. Now summer is over it might be worth a punt.


How often do these 20% codes come around?
At this price just pay the extra for the RX 5700.
3anana28/07/2019 16:08

At this price just pay the extra for the RX 5700.


You keep saying
Tacavas28/07/2019 16:08

You keep saying



Its a little faster, runs cooler and a lot quieter with a few neat features (RIS). A 64 at £260 would be a better price, but its biggest problem is still the 56 which can easily hit the same clocks and offers near enough the same performance.
Edited by: "3anana" 28th Jul
Should I abandon waiting for an Nvidia card (have a g sync monitor) and move to AMD. They seem to have cracking deals!
bob_regis28/07/2019 18:13

Should I abandon waiting for an Nvidia card (have a g sync monitor) and …Should I abandon waiting for an Nvidia card (have a g sync monitor) and move to AMD. They seem to have cracking deals!


I'm getting back into PC gaming after 10 plus years, it all comes down to matching your GPU and monitor, so depends what your monitor is re what GPU you will be after, plus which games your playing and what your expectation is re FPS out of them to match your monitors Hz

Gsync isn't something I would look at moving away from as you've spent the money on getting it. I wouldn't buy a Vega 64 either, 56 better value and with some tweaking isn't a million miles away, but think I'm going to try and grab a 1660 Ti when the price is right and enjoy some 1080 high frame rate gaming until 1440 becomes affordable (but as I say I'm starting from scratch, so different place to you, good luck)

Talking about good luck, you'll need more than that to get the answer to amd Vs Nvidia (Vs Intel next year hopefully)
3anana28/07/2019 17:21

Its a little faster, runs cooler and a lot quieter with a few neat …Its a little faster, runs cooler and a lot quieter with a few neat features (RIS). A 64 at £260 would be a better price, but its biggest problem is still the 56 which can easily hit the same clocks and offers near enough the same performance.


Just teasing you, I appreciate a nice, fair comment, stay cool
3anana28/07/2019 16:08

At this price just pay the extra for the RX 5700.



Well yes, but wait for better coolers next month
Sapphire's nitro + is only £20 more at overclockers and will handle the heat this power beast churns out much better. As a 2080ti draws less power than a V64 I don't know how I'd feel about it being cooled with a blower. The nitro + will certainly serve you better in the long run. At £250/260 it may be worth the saving over the sapphire.
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