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PowerColor AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT Dual Fan 8GB GDDR6 Graphics Card £343.48 delivered at Ebuyer (free games bundle)
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PowerColor AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT Dual Fan 8GB GDDR6 Graphics Card £343.48 delivered at Ebuyer (free games bundle)

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Posted 29th Nov 2019

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Not a bad card, BF offer.

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  • RX 5700 XT
  • 8GB GDDR6
  • 1905 MHz Bost Clock
  • Dual Fan Cooling
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Good deal. I'm not sure about the thermals though as I've never seen any reviews of this card. Also it's down to £340 now.
Hannan_AFC29/11/2019 17:06

Good deal. I'm not sure about the thermals though as I've never seen any …Good deal. I'm not sure about the thermals though as I've never seen any reviews of this card. Also it's down to £340 now.


They started charging for deliveries
Tacavas29/11/2019 17:09

They started charging for deliveries


Oh that makes sense.
Need advice please. Could I expect this to drop more by June time?
How does this compare to the other triple fan cards? Weighing up better cooling vs saving £40...
Finally bit at this price. Was hoping for a decent offer on a 2070
Only £4 more expensive on scan's website but the 2 reviews on this card are not good.
shadow_marshal9929/11/2019 17:12

Need advice please. Could I expect this to drop more by June time?


Highly likely.

It's not as if we're going to see the same situation as the 1080Ti and crypto-mining in 2017...

There'll be a new generation of Nvidia cards, as well as Navi 21/23, probably pushing prices of previous generation cards down.

Planning a build more than six months in advance is a little naïve - the tech market changes on an almost weekly basis.
The cooler on this is potato-tier, cheap and nasty and nowhere near their red-devil quality
shadow_marshal9929/11/2019 17:12

Need advice please. Could I expect this to drop more by June time?


I would call it an evens chance of Nvidia delivering their next generation 7nm cards at computex in June. Typical Nvidia strategy is launch highest tier first though and work their way down.

Long ways away yet to have anything firm. Right now this is a great deal of performance for £343, crushes through 1440p and even stretches higher if needed.
shadow_marshal9929/11/2019 17:12

Need advice please. Could I expect this to drop more by June time?


Of course!

This card came out what, 2 months ago?
At launch it was £410 on ocuk and people were snapping it up. Now it's regularly on sale for £350 and can be found for £370.

I expect by mid next year you'll be seeing this hit £270 or thereabouts. GPUs always surge around the period new consoles come in. There will be a souped up navi released (basically a more powerful version of the console card) at a premium, which will drive these cards south in price.

Console hardware drives GPU hardware a lot more than people think. Just look at the stagnation over the last 2.5 years, the 1080Ti came out in march 2017 and is still a beast of a card. It's because consoles haven't really driven the hardware forward ushering in a new gen. But next year next gen will arrive and GPUs will improve in a leap like we saw with the 1080Ti.

That said, who cares? If you're a gamer with £350 to spend on a card, this will serve you very well. I'm sure you'll have plenty of good times over the next 7 months, which will warrant the £100 premium or so you paid to get the GPU now.
Edited by: "zeb.mattey" 30th Nov 2019
zeb.mattey30/11/2019 01:12

Of course!This card came out what, 2 months ago?At launch it was £410 on …Of course!This card came out what, 2 months ago?At launch it was £410 on ocuk and people were snapping it up. Now it's regularly on sale for £350 and can be found for £370.I expect by mid next year you'll be seeing this hit £270 or thereabouts. GPUs always surge around the period new consoles come in. There will be a souped up navi released (basically a more powerful version of the console card) at a premium, which will drive these cards south in price.Console hardware drives GPU hardware a lot more than people think. Just look at the stagnation over the last 2.5 years, the 1080Ti came out in march 2017 and is still a beast of a card. It's because consoles haven't really driven the hardware forward ushering in a new gen. But next year next gen will arrive and GPUs will improve in a leap like we saw with the 1080Ti.That said, who cares? If you're a gamer with £350 to spend on a card, this will serve you very well. I'm sure you'll have plenty of good times over the next 7 months, which will warrant the £100 premium or so you paid to get the GPU now.


Thanks for the replies Will happily wait for the price to drop further
Also,I know this is a probably a stupid question, but could I also expect CPUs to drop a lot in half a years time, or is the processor market much more stable?
Edited by: "shadow_marshal99" 30th Nov 2019
shadow_marshal9930/11/2019 07:11

Thanks for the replies Will happily wait for the price to drop …Thanks for the replies Will happily wait for the price to drop furtherAlso,I know this is a probably a stupid question, but could I also expect CPUs to drop a lot in half a years time, or is the processor market much more stable?



In terms of Ryzen it's alot more stable normally for example the 2600 wss £180 but as soon as the 3600 came out it dropped to £120 while the 3600 is at £180
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