MSI Radeon RX480 Gaming X 4GB Graphics Card @ Amazon - £174.50 + others
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MSI Radeon RX480 Gaming X 4GB Graphics Card @ Amazon - £174.50 + others

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Found 2nd May 2017
Ok, yes this is not the cheapest Radeon RX480 ever available, but keep reading if you want a cheaper one, not that this is a bad card!

Purchased using one of the many fee free foreign currency cards, making sure you pay in € at the check out it is currently €199. + €6.46 shipping which works at at just under £174.50 at the time of writing.

Supplied by and dispatched by Amazon.

However, if you do want to save a bit more money, and don't mind a bit of work, then you can get this XFX RX 480 4GB - HERE! for a shade under £162 shipped, the caveat? You need to sign up to Amazon Prime France, first month is free, just like the rest of the world, just remember to cancel!

And for all you Nvidia fans, DON'T PANIC!!! I have not forgotten you, if you happen to want a GTX 1060, you can get the 3GB Gigabyte version HERE! for only £159 shipped.
I may post this as a separate deal if I cannot find a better price elsewhere.

Well I hope this helps someone out, and I'll keep hunting for better deals!
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8GB should be this price now not 4GB.
you can actually by a rx 570 or 580 around the same price more or less
where can you actually buy a rx 570 or 580 around the same price more or less?
GwanGy

where can you actually buy a rx 570 or 580 around the same price more … where can you actually buy a rx 570 or 580 around the same price more or less?


rx 570 - http://www.ebuyer.com/787159-gigabyte-amd-radeon-rx-570-4gb-gaming-graphics-card-gv-rx570gaming-4gd#fo_c=951&fo_k=e935cf1f160453f3bfb317afbc0cf77c&fo_s=prcspy?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=pricespy&utm_campaign=pcomp

rx 580 (price has gone up by £10 since 3 weeks ago when i last checked) - ebuyer.com/787…4gd
BigP50000

rx 570 - … rx 570 - http://www.ebuyer.com/787159-gigabyte-amd-radeon-rx-570-4gb-gaming-graphics-card-gv-rx570gaming-4gd#fo_c=951&fo_k=e935cf1f160453f3bfb317afbc0cf77c&fo_s=prcspy?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=pricespy&utm_campaign=pcomprx 580 (price has gone up by £10 since 3 weeks ago when i last checked) - http://www.ebuyer.com/787157-gigabyte-amd-radeon-rx-580-4gb-gaming-graphics-card-gv-rx580gaming-4gd



​the rx 580 basically is this card with a mild OC. why pay more
adamspencer95

the rx 580 basically is this card with a mild OC. why pay more



only 15 quid more and plus get it quick rather than waiting 1 or 2 months by then you'd probably lose interest
BigP50000

only 15 quid more and plus get it quick rather than waiting 1 or 2 months … only 15 quid more and plus get it quick rather than waiting 1 or 2 months by then you'd probably lose interest



​but this website is about getting the best deal, not to mention the cooler on the gigabyte one you linked is awful and runs hot and loud so the MSI is a better card regardless
Cold for me, I wouldn't recommend a 4GB card at this money.

Better with a 470 if you just want budget 1080p, or otherwise waiting for a better 8GB 480/580 deal.
The_Hoff

Cold for me, I wouldn't recommend a 4GB card at this money.Better with a … Cold for me, I wouldn't recommend a 4GB card at this money.Better with a 470 if you just want budget 1080p, or otherwise waiting for a better 8GB 480/580 deal.



​4GB vs 8GB at 1080p wont make a noticable difference, whereas a 470 to a 480 will
adamspencer95

4GB vs 8GB at 1080p wont make a noticable difference, whereas a 470 to a … 4GB vs 8GB at 1080p wont make a noticable difference, whereas a 470 to a 480 will



Well, not strictly true as out of the box the 8GB has the faster memory speed, which will equate to 2-3FPS difference across most titles are max settings, plus gives much greater headroom over the life of the card.

There have been a number of 480 8GB card deals for £180~ and 4GB cards for £160~ at times where the exchange rates were actually worse.

Might be the cheapest out there today (I haven't scouted), but it doesn't make it a good deal.
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Most people obvioulsy don't bother reading the opening post with the deal.

There is a card for £162 as well, and there is no way to predict if there will ever be cheaper cards again. Right now if you want to buy an RX480, these are the best deals you are going to get.

Or buy the the RX570 from eBuyer.
I was close to buying this in the morning but check the Amazon open box deal which just went live. I got an RX 480 8GB Nitro+ for £159
Heres a similiar card I bought which is £171 at checkout : amazon.co.uk/d/G…1-2
Uncommon.Sense

Most people obvioulsy don't bother reading the opening post with the … Most people obvioulsy don't bother reading the opening post with the deal.There is a card for £162 as well, and there is no way to predict if there will ever be cheaper cards again. Right now if you want to buy an RX480, these are the best deals you are going to get.Or buy the the RX570 from eBuyer.



I read the OP, but commented specifically on the headline offering, given that's the one you chose to highlight.

The XFX is a much better price for the 4GB card but it's a poor card in the 480 range and runs very hot indeed, even by 480 standards.
The_Hoff

Well, not strictly true as out of the box the 8GB has the faster memory … Well, not strictly true as out of the box the 8GB has the faster memory speed, which will equate to 2-3FPS difference across most titles are max settings, plus gives much greater headroom over the life of the card.There have been a number of 480 8GB card deals for £180~ and 4GB cards for £160~ at times where the exchange rates were actually worse.Might be the cheapest out there today (I haven't scouted), but it doesn't make it a good deal.



​a 470 to a 480 will equate to a larger performance difference of 4GB vs 8GB that's my point, so a 4GB 480 is still better than a 470 which isnt much cheaper currently. and who would notice 2-3 FPS difference? it'll be within a margin of error anyway

Hi there may I ask in relation to your open box deal is that from AMAZON WAREHOUSE ? if so, how did you get this card for such a fantastic price? is there anyway of checking deals as soon as they arrive into the Amazon Warehouse or is it simply a case of dropping lucky ? I would be over-the-moon if I could get a similar deal, however I have only had 1 experience with Amazon Warehouse in the past which was not so great, I spent £600 on a High-End Home Cinema System when it arrived, I opened the box to discover the MAIN BLU-RAY PLAYER that made it all work was missing LOL.... it was just a box with 5 speakers & 1 subwoofer inside, all the speakers cables were missing & even the remote to LOL... Naturally I sent it back for a FULL REFUND... Amazon say they check items when they return, but personally I do not think they check returned stock at all, just throw them into the warehouse and apply a discount, I heard a story about a guy who purchased a clock and when he opened the box the hands were missing LOL, anyhow hopefully my next experience with Amazon Warehouse will be much better if like yourself I can snap up a graphics card for a similar price then again... I may end up with a graphics card without a fan or maybe I get just the fan with the graphics card missing LOL

shizer

I was close to buying this in the morning but check the Amazon open box … I was close to buying this in the morning but check the Amazon open box deal which just went live. I got an RX 480 8GB Nitro+ for £159 :DHeres a similiar card I bought which is £171 at checkout : https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Graphics-Cards/Sapphire-Polaris-FreeSync-PCI-Express-Graphics/B01IQS6NI0/ref=sr_1_2?m=A2OAJ7377F756P&s=warehouse-deals&ie=UTF8&qid=1493802426&sr=1-2











Edited by: "lettherebedeals" 14th May 2017
lettherebedeals

Hi there may I ask in relation to your open box deal is that from AMAZON … Hi there may I ask in relation to your open box deal is that from AMAZON WAREHOUSE ? if so, how did you get this card for such a fantastic price? is there anyway of checking deals as soon as they arrive into the Amazon Warehouse or is it simply a case of dropping lucky ? I would be over-the-moon if I could get a similar deal, however I have only had 1 experience with Amazon Warehouse in the past which was not so great, I spent £600 on a High-End Home Cinema System when it arrived, I opened the box to discover the MAIN BLU-RAY PLAYER that made it all work was missing LOL.... it was just a box with 5 speakers & 1 subwoofer inside, all the speakers cables were missing & even the remote to LOL... Naturally I sent it back for a FULL REFUND... Amazon say they check items when they return, but personally I do not think they check returned stock at all, just throw them into the warehouse and apply a discount, I heard a story about a guy who purchased a clock and when he opened the box the hands were missing LOL, anyhow hopefully my next experience with Amazon Warehouse will be much better if like yourself I can snap up a graphics card for a similar price then again... I may end up with a graphics card without a fan or maybe I get just the fan with the graphics card missing LOL



Hi - I saw the Amazon warehouse deal (20% off) posted on HUKD so I checked it out because I'm currently building my first PC. I've been very patient with the build because I wanted to get the best value - it's taken me 2 months to get to this point and I'm almost finished (1 part left).

Unfortunately I've had issues with that v card I mentioned above. Everything was fine initially, booted up fine and the card was in perfect condition - I was over the moon. However, I during my tests (you need to check all components - even new!), I discovered artefacts and screen tearing, even when I under clocked.
I had to return it and it pretty much wasted a week of my time. It was clear Amazon didn't check it beyond boot up and they brushed off my complaint. I got my refund nonetheless.

I guess its the risk you take with the deals but I agree, you expect a lot more from Amazon. I've recently bought a MSI GTX 970 from eBay for £135 (Almost new) - I'm hoping this won't let me down because this is the last component I need.
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