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PowerColor AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT Red Devil 8GB incl. Free Games @ Scan incl. delivery - £389.99
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PowerColor AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT Red Devil 8GB incl. Free Games @ Scan incl. delivery - £389.99

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Posted 2nd Apr

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Unfortunately with the world pandemic situation, I hope everyone is doing well. However, I found one of the best Radeon cards discounted from a reputable retailer. A great Radeon card with one of the best cooling solutions for 1440p gaming.

PowerColor Radeon RX 5700 XT Red Devil 8GB GDDR6 PCIe 4.0 GPU, 7nm RDNA, 2560 Streams.

  • Power colour Radeon RX 5700 XT red devil
  • 8 GB GDDR6 memory
  • Base Clock: 1770 MHz
  • Game Clock: 1905 MHz
  • Boost Clock: 2010 MHz
  • Triple fan high-end design

Also purchasing this product will mean you will get 2 free games and Xbox Game Pass for PC for redemption (scan.co.uk/sho…ame).

Here is a benchmark video from YouTube showing a 5700 XT performance but not exactly this card though it should give you an idea on how it will perform and probably better than the Sapphire card being used in the video, youtube.com/wat…aY0

Here is official link from PowerColor for more information powercolor.com/pro…726
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£390?!?!?!?!?
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Lounds02/04/2020 15:50

Mental how much AMD charges for these when the Die size is on par with the …Mental how much AMD charges for these when the Die size is on par with the RX580. This card should be no more than £250 with the 5700 at £200


Someone better tell this guy about Nvidia's pricing...
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£390?!?!?!?!?
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£10 off... Amazing deal...
Got this on B stock for £300, however it was unopened with all the seals on, inside and out
Not fully DXU compliant.
Mental how much AMD charges for these when the Die size is on par with the RX580. This card should be no more than £250 with the 5700 at £200
Lounds02/04/2020 15:50

Mental how much AMD charges for these when the Die size is on par with the …Mental how much AMD charges for these when the Die size is on par with the RX580. This card should be no more than £250 with the 5700 at £200


AMD gotta make money some where
sarden8402/04/2020 15:18

get the basic: PowerColor Radeon RX 5700 XT 8GB Graphics Cardbut if u want …get the basic: PowerColor Radeon RX 5700 XT 8GB Graphics Cardbut if u want the best on these amd cards on value due to market/prices its the(ex blowers) Sapphire Radeon RX 5600 XT 6 GB PULSE Video Card inc blowers: Sapphire Radeon RX 5700 8 GB Video Cardvalue/performancef me.. i just said a 56.... needs must in this market.


I understand there is better value cards in the market for sure. I don't disregard your opinion on these GPUs at all and you have mentioned some of the best value cards out there. I understand this offer is not the best value card out in the market. Though, I thought I'd share to the community for one of the best AMD cards available that is on a small discount with some free games.
great card
PCWizard02/04/2020 16:07

I understand there is better value cards in the market for sure. I don't …I understand there is better value cards in the market for sure. I don't disregard your opinion on these GPUs at all and you have mentioned some of the best value cards out there. I understand this offer is not the best value card out in the market. Though, I thought I'd share to the community for one of the best AMD cards available that is on a small discount with some free games.


Wasnt aimed at judging your deal,

Judge on your deal would be: it is what it is with the market for price, it's a fantastic card 've tried, one of the top range versions,

About giving choices, spec for ones 'above and others to follow suit to moan about prices' that info was aimed at them, as alternative..

Many do this on my posts, it's great we communicate n share ideas.

But yeah ur bangon to post, even though to regs Inc myself it takes a quite alot to swallow to get use to this market... I'm adjusting cant believe some of the prices on tec atm.
Edited by: "sarden84" 2nd Apr
I bought this card a little while ago and I didn't realise that there is something included called Radeon ReLive in the software.
This has enabled me to stream wirelessly to my Oculus Quest without the need of a link cable.

You can use ALVR but it was problematic and there is also Virtual Desktop which isn't free.

ReLive is so easy to use and the card itself has performed faultlessly playing Half Life Alyx and every other new game I have thrown at it.

It's an excellent card. I managed to pick mine up for 369 from Scan.
I had this card and when it worked was great but unfortunately I must of had a bad one as was always having issues with it so thankfully amazon let me replace it and I got the sapphire nitro 5700xt and never had an issue with that
Lounds02/04/2020 15:50

Mental how much AMD charges for these when the Die size is on par with the …Mental how much AMD charges for these when the Die size is on par with the RX580. This card should be no more than £250 with the 5700 at £200


Someone better tell this guy about Nvidia's pricing...
Good card but poor performance with OpenGL games (e.g Minecraft)
I got the gigabyte model for £315 after cashback and an ebay discount back in September, free games as well. Great card but Don't think it's worth more than that too be honest
£383 on eBay with eBuyer. Seller currently banned on hukd apparently so you wont see their deals listed here
You can buy alot for a tenner
reubenno02/04/2020 18:28

That doesnt matter whatsoever.



Yeah exactly, I mean what even is? RDNA2 cards will be but they're like 8 months away
I wish some meaty new cards would drop already. Don't wanna spend this much on something like this which is probably only as powerful as what's in the Xbox Series X, except that's at least RDNA2. I feel like if I got this to be able to run the new more demanding games that will arrive with the new consoles, I'll be needing to upgrade again in a year and a half. Kinda expected Nvidia to show the 3000 series by now.
vincentsilver02/04/2020 17:25

£383 on eBay with eBuyer. Seller currently banned on hukd apparently so …£383 on eBay with eBuyer. Seller currently banned on hukd apparently so you wont see their deals listed here



Wait what? Ebuyer deals are banned on here? Why?
I had this card. It's quiet.

But, the drivers. Oh man the drivers. Even with the update last week, my game would crash on the witcher 3 in cutscenes. Trust me, don't put yourself through that. It was so annoying to come home from work with a couple of hours spare, to spend 30 mins of them replaying a part of a game I'd already done because it crashed. Very common occurence. Doubly annoying with online games.

Grab a 2060 super, 2070, etc. Unnoticeable difference in performance and you'll have a better experience.

Or if you're smart, 1080Ti, often can be had for £400 and they'll smoke this card. I replaced my XT with a Ti and the performance upgrade was noticable. Witcher 3 has higher fps, but it just feels way smoother.
Edited by: "zeb.mattey" 2nd Apr
zeb.mattey02/04/2020 19:01

I had this card. It's quiet.But, the drivers. Oh man the drivers. Even …I had this card. It's quiet.But, the drivers. Oh man the drivers. Even with the update last week, my game would crash on the witcher 3 in cutscenes. Trust me, don't put yourself through that. It was so annoying to come home from work with a couple of hours spare, to spend 30 mins of them replaying a part of a game I'd already done because it crashed. Very common occurence. Doubly annoying with online games.Grab a 2060 super, 2070, etc. Unnoticeable difference in performance and you'll have a better experience.Or if you're smart, 1080Ti, often can be had for £400 and they'll smoke this card. I replaced my XT with a Ti and the performance upgrade was noticable. Witcher 3 has higher fps, but it just feels way smoother.


I realise lots of people do have driver issues, but I've been using my 5700XT for a month and I've very rarely experienced issues, it's been largely smooth sailing.

The 2070 is around 10-15% slower than the 5700XT, the 5700XT competes with the 2070S.
reubenno02/04/2020 19:09

I realise lots of people do have driver issues, but I've been using my …I realise lots of people do have driver issues, but I've been using my 5700XT for a month and I've very rarely experienced issues, it's been largely smooth sailing.The 2070 is around 10-15% slower than the 5700XT, the 5700XT competes with the 2070S.


It was a toss up between the Rog Strix 2070 Super and the Red Devil and I just couldn't justify paying 300 quid more for the 2070.

I don't understand why I haven't had any problems with mine but the reviews didn't mention any for this particular card.. I wonder if it's cos I'm using and AMD 3700X processor as opposed to an Intel one.

Would be interesting to see what people are using with these cards that are having problems.
zeb.mattey02/04/2020 19:01

I had this card. It's quiet.But, the drivers. Oh man the drivers. Even …I had this card. It's quiet.But, the drivers. Oh man the drivers. Even with the update last week, my game would crash on the witcher 3 in cutscenes. Trust me, don't put yourself through that. It was so annoying to come home from work with a couple of hours spare, to spend 30 mins of them replaying a part of a game I'd already done because it crashed. Very common occurence. Doubly annoying with online games.Grab a 2060 super, 2070, etc. Unnoticeable difference in performance and you'll have a better experience.Or if you're smart, 1080Ti, often can be had for £400 and they'll smoke this card. I replaced my XT with a Ti and the performance upgrade was noticable. Witcher 3 has higher fps, but it just feels way smoother.


How did you get away with that statement? I've been advising that for months and I get torn to shreds everytime!! I 100% agree. 1080ti is still the best of them all and rock solid. They're getting scarce now though since the price increases..
Edited by: "aidan.conway" 2nd Apr
Lounds02/04/2020 15:50

Mental how much AMD charges for these when the Die size is on par with the …Mental how much AMD charges for these when the Die size is on par with the RX580. This card should be no more than £250 with the 5700 at £200


A 251mm² die on TSMC 7nm doesn't cost the same to manufacture as a 232mm² die on GF 14nm. Nor does GDDR6 cost the same as GDDR5 memory.

Logically it costs quite a bit more. 7nm wafers are more expensive and production is constrained since it is cutting edge and everyone wants a piece. At the very least it had been bought up well in advance.
Lounds02/04/2020 15:50

Mental how much AMD charges for these when the Die size is on par with the …Mental how much AMD charges for these when the Die size is on par with the RX580. This card should be no more than £250 with the 5700 at £200


Are you kidding?! It's priced £140 below the card it competes with!
reubenno02/04/2020 20:18

Are you kidding?! It's priced £140 below the card it competes with!


It's not what it competes with, it the state of the market. Maybe you're too young, I've been building since 2007 and the tiers of graphics cards have gone up dramatically over the past 5 years for the worse imo. They'll kill the custom PC market off eventually.
vulcanproject02/04/2020 20:09

A 251mm² die on TSMC 7nm doesn't cost the same to manufacture as a 232mm² d …A 251mm² die on TSMC 7nm doesn't cost the same to manufacture as a 232mm² die on GF 14nm. Nor does GDDR6 cost the same as GDDR5 memory.Logically it costs quite a bit more. 7nm wafers are more expensive and production is constrained since it is cutting edge and everyone wants a piece. At the very least it had been bought up well in advance.


7nm has been out a while now and 7nm enhanced is already in production.
Arkz02/04/2020 18:49

Yeah exactly, I mean what even is? RDNA2 cards will be but they're like 8 …Yeah exactly, I mean what even is? RDNA2 cards will be but they're like 8 months away


or just get a Turing and have all the benefits built-in instead of having to spend another £350+ when they arrive. Why buy a card that wont have RT or VRS

reubenno02/04/2020 18:28

That doesnt matter whatsoever.



Will do in a few months when its the defacto API for XBox Series X and Windows Why buy something thats not got some future proofing?
Lounds02/04/2020 20:39

7nm has been out a while now and 7nm enhanced is already in production.


It's a lot more expensive to tape out and produce a 7nm chip than a 14nm one regardless. Every new node generation the costs increase exponentially.

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powerbrick02/04/2020 20:44

or just get a Turing and have all the benefits built-in instead of having …or just get a Turing and have all the benefits built-in instead of having to spend another £350+ when they arrive. Why buy a card that wont have RT or VRS Will do in a few months when its the defacto API for XBox Series X and Windows Why buy something thats not got some future proofing?


Raytracing is a joke, it absolute tanks performance for negligible improvements.

I'm not paying £140 more for the same performance.

"Future proofing" doesn't exist in PC hardware, and Vulkan is leagues better than DX12 is right now for the games that support it.
reubenno02/04/2020 20:51

Raytracing is a joke, it absolute tanks performance for negligible …Raytracing is a joke, it absolute tanks performance for negligible improvements. I'm not paying £140 more for the same performance."Future proofing" doesn't exist in PC hardware, and Vulkan is leagues better than DX12 is right now for the games that support it.


Ah Vulkan, AMDs API that nobody would use so they gave it away. How many games does that use exclusively compared to DX......?

DXU is Windows and XBSX cross compatible so will be the primary Windows used API since easiest for devs.

If you insist on buying twice buy the crippled current Navi range NVidia in Turing had the foresight to have these features covered a year and a half ago whereas Navi, well.....
aidan.conway02/04/2020 20:05

How did you get away with that statement? I've been advising that for …How did you get away with that statement? I've been advising that for months and I get torn to shreds everytime!! I 100% agree. 1080ti is still the best of them all and rock solid. They're getting scarce now though since the price increases..


Man I think people got initial hype for the XT (myself included) as amd is the underdog. Then they bought the card and realised amd delivers a s**** experience.

1080Ti is the best card I've ever owned. So fast, no issues. I found it on amazon warehouse for 340, cheaper than my XT anyway and basically new and sealed
reubenno02/04/2020 20:51

Raytracing is a joke, it absolute tanks performance for negligible …Raytracing is a joke, it absolute tanks performance for negligible improvements. I'm not paying £140 more for the same performance."Future proofing" doesn't exist in PC hardware, and Vulkan is leagues better than DX12 is right now for the games that support it.


First generation hardware and software implementations on top of a small selection of games that were never designed fundamentally around supporting it.Just chucked on afterwards to appease Nvidia as partners that were willing to fund it as a PR exercise.

I understand that right now, gamers are skeptical. Don't see that it adds much for what it costs in performance on these first gen titles.

You will eventually change your minds. You will. It might take another couple of years, another generation or two of the hardware and several major games ground up designed to integrate the features. But it'll happen because it can completely transform the lighting in titles when it is done well.

Right now I can already point to the advancement we have seen in DLSS within 1 year. A year ago, it was garbage and did nothing useful in any supporting game.

Now, on a few supporting titles where it is implemented correctly, it's absolute voodoo. It can genuinely make a 1440p image look like a native 4K image, and save vast amounts of performance. If you build a high end game and don't use it, you're leaving so much performance on the table. Gamers should demand it be used.
vulcanproject02/04/2020 23:27

First generation hardware and software implementations on top of a small …First generation hardware and software implementations on top of a small selection of games that were never designed fundamentally around supporting it.Just chucked on afterwards to appease Nvidia as partners that were willing to fund it as a PR exercise.I understand that right now, gamers are skeptical. Don't see that it adds much for what it costs in performance on these first gen titles.You will eventually change your minds. You will. It might take another couple of years, another generation or two of the hardware and several major games ground up designed to integrate the features. But it'll happen because it can completely transform the lighting in titles when it is done well.Right now I can already point to the advancement we have seen in DLSS within 1 year. A year ago, it was garbage and did nothing useful in any supporting game.Now, on a few supporting titles where it is implemented correctly, it's absolute voodoo. It can genuinely make a 1440p image look like a native 4K image, and save vast amounts of performance. If you build a high end game and don't use it, you're leaving so much performance on the table. Gamers should demand it be used.


DLSS2 in Control and MechWarrior is superb
Lounds02/04/2020 20:38

It's not what it competes with, it the state of the market. Maybe you're …It's not what it competes with, it the state of the market. Maybe you're too young, I've been building since 2007 and the tiers of graphics cards have gone up dramatically over the past 5 years for the worse imo. They'll kill the custom PC market off eventually.


You're right. When the 8800GTX launched I remember you could soon pick it up around the 400 pound mark, and it was the top end card of the time. Even a £300 card was a big ask. Now it seems that £400 is mid range, which is pretty nuts.
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I feel lucky that I was able to snag a RTX 2070S for £400.
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