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Powercolor Radeon RX 460 2GB £70.65 @ Pacetech
Powercolor Radeon RX 460 2GB £70.65 @ Pacetech

Powercolor Radeon RX 460 2GB £70.65 @ Pacetech

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Powercolor Radeon RX 460 2GB

Has previously been selling for £95-100.

Solid reviews on Amazon.

£70.65 @ Pacetech. Similar price at a few select retailers as well.

Same company that delivered a few RX 480 8GB for £153.61 a few days ago.

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I ordered the RX480 but they ran out of stock, they sent me an email stating that they gave me £5 off next purchase, so I got this card for £65. Check your emails if you ordered the RX480 the other day.

Also might be worth taking a look at this

bocosrs

Also might be worth taking a look at this



Does the bios mod work on the model on offer though? It appears the bios is for specific brands only

Just Wondering

Does the bios mod work on the model on offer though? It appears the bios … Does the bios mod work on the model on offer though? It appears the bios is for specific brands only


If you scroll down it gives you a listing of all the different models and if they have been confirmed unlock-able this one is listed as confirmed unlock-able with a link.

i know its not going to give you VR gaming and it's only 2gb, but that is plenty for most games and at £70 this is a steal!

I have the 4 gig version which is going into my new build. I'll be integrated to see how it plays at 1080p, apparently very well for a£100 card. Hopefully it unlocks to, it's a sapphire model

all the price drops for various cards make me hopeful that the RX490/500 isn't too far away

waste of time I ordered the RX480 but they ran out of stock, they sent me refund after 3days

Shows as £104.54 for me.

Should give about R9 285/380 performance shouldn't it? If so, it ought to be great value for gaming on medium settings.

rav4cas

Shows as £104.54 for me.



Yep, gone back up most places. Seems this is the cheapest now at about £77 shipped:

onestoppcshop.co.uk/pow…HAQ

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Hopefully someone gets one, expired as price now back up to £104.54 as pointed out by rav4cas.

arealmentalist

If you scroll down it gives you a listing of all the different models and … If you scroll down it gives you a listing of all the different models and if they have been confirmed unlock-able this one is listed as confirmed unlock-able with a link.



Sadly that doesn't mean much as there are so many revisions and variables to take into account. I can say for certain that it does NOT work for the card I received in this deal. Shame really.

And also for anyone thinking of trying this - make sure to check the product name/ID listed in the stock bios matches or is at least very similar to the unlocked bios as there are a number of reports of soft bricking with this card.

notos

Should give about R9 285/380 performance shouldn't it? If so, it ought to … Should give about R9 285/380 performance shouldn't it? If so, it ought to be great value for gaming on medium settings.



even though this expired, for future ref - http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/compare.php?cmp%5B%5D=3557&cmp%5B%5D=3116&cmp%5B%5D=3596

would buy GTX 1050 for the extra 10-20 quid

disreputabled0g

even though this expired, for future ref - … even though this expired, for future ref - http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/compare.php?cmp[]=3557&cmp[]=3116&cmp[]=3596would buy GTX 1050 for the extra 10-20 quid



For £10-£20 more I would have bought the 1050 - but it's never been available at that sort of price so not sure what you're trying to say?

£36 more for a 1050 (cheapest it's ever been) isn't so appealing.

Also, from what I've seen, if you are lucky enough to unlock the extra shaders on the 460, and add a small OC, it'll match or even beat out the 1050 in a number of DX12 based games, so value for money is potentially amazing (but still good regardless).
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