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Radeon RX 5700 XT Sapphire Pulse 8GB graphics card £375.53 / £366 with fee free card@ Amazon France
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Radeon RX 5700 XT Sapphire Pulse 8GB graphics card £375.53 / £366 with fee free card@ Amazon France

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Posted 25th OctShipping from France

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Best deal I can find on this. Supposedly one of the better versions of this card.

You'll need a few free card. I used Revolut. Load up your Revolut with GBP then change it to Euros in the Revolut app. You can use your GB Amazon account to log in no problem.

Total price is €418.52 which translated to around £365 on the day.

Edit: "fee" free card
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Considering the TUF X3 got hot and its (literally) hot garbage this should be, great card.
Price should be without a fee free card first, then fee free card amount after.
Edited by: "rev6" 25th Oct
rev625/10/2019 17:40

Price should be without a fee free card first, then fee free card amount …Price should be without a fee free card first, then fee free card amount after.


I bought using a fee free card so have no idea what it would otherwise cost
rev625/10/2019 17:40

Price should be without a fee free card first, then fee free card amount …Price should be without a fee free card first, then fee free card amount after.


Done now!
Would folk recommend this or a good RX590 instead? I have a backlog of games from 2015 (thanks to Steam sales - you know what I mean!) so wouldn't be averse to the idea of upgrading / future proofing further down the line, maybe a year or so later.

I'm confused about whether it is better to spend £180ish now on the RX590 and whatever a sensible card costs in a year to 18 months' time when I'm catching up on newer games, or go in with double the money now... for something I might not need for a good while!

I have a Freesync 1440p 75Hz monitor and a 2nd gen Ryzen.

Edit: Voted hot as I think it is a good price!
Edited by: "Potterified" 25th Oct
got this card.. its great.. nice and silent, no coil whine. paid £396 a month ago so £366 is a nice saving a month later
Potterified25/10/2019 18:56

Would folk recommend this or a good RX590 instead? I have a backlog of …Would folk recommend this or a good RX590 instead? I have a backlog of games from 2015 (thanks to Steam sales - you know what I mean!) so wouldn't be averse to the idea of upgrading / future proofing further down the line, maybe a year or so later.I'm confused about whether it is better to spend £180ish now on the RX590 and whatever a sensible card costs in a year to 18 months' time when I'm catching up on newer games, or go in with double the money now... for something I might not need for a good while!I have a Freesync 1440p 75Hz monitor and a 2nd gen Ryzen.Edit: Voted hot as I think it is a good price!


for 2k/1440p gaming id get the 5700xt
Potterified25/10/2019 18:56

Would folk recommend this or a good RX590 instead? I have a backlog of …Would folk recommend this or a good RX590 instead? I have a backlog of games from 2015 (thanks to Steam sales - you know what I mean!) so wouldn't be averse to the idea of upgrading / future proofing further down the line, maybe a year or so later.I'm confused about whether it is better to spend £180ish now on the RX590 and whatever a sensible card costs in a year to 18 months' time when I'm catching up on newer games, or go in with double the money now... for something I might not need for a good while!I have a Freesync 1440p 75Hz monitor and a 2nd gen Ryzen.Edit: Voted hot as I think it is a good price!


If you really wanted to go max settings at 1440p I'd go for the 5700XT
If you don't mind lowering the settings a little, I've been using my RX 480 for over two years now and it's still been quite strong for my purposes
comshoplesce25/10/2019 19:59

cheaper …cheaper https://www.alternate.de/ASRock/Radeon-5700-XT-Challenger-D-8G-OC-Grafikkarte/html/product/1576188?:)


That's an Asrock card while this is Sapphire, and while there's info on that site about extended warranty options, nothing about manufacturer warranty that I could find. Personally, I'd prefer Amazon for safety given the amount of money we're talking about, but horses for courses!
Regular warranty with retailer or directly to ASROCK RMA.
comshoplesce25/10/2019 20:13

Regular warranty with retailer or directly to ASROCK RMA.


You wont get UK warranty with that site as I dont think they are a valid retailer. So I would just avoid.
Potterified25/10/2019 18:56

Would folk recommend this or a good RX590 instead? I have a backlog of …Would folk recommend this or a good RX590 instead? I have a backlog of games from 2015 (thanks to Steam sales - you know what I mean!) so wouldn't be averse to the idea of upgrading / future proofing further down the line, maybe a year or so later.I'm confused about whether it is better to spend £180ish now on the RX590 and whatever a sensible card costs in a year to 18 months' time when I'm catching up on newer games, or go in with double the money now... for something I might not need for a good while!I have a Freesync 1440p 75Hz monitor and a 2nd gen Ryzen.Edit: Voted hot as I think it is a good price!


If only you had a 1080p monitor, the RX590 would have been great. However as you have a QHD monitor that cant display 1080p properly, I would just get a RX5700 instead of the 5700XT as that is more than enough for playing current games at 1440p. A year and a half later there will be more cards with ray tracing tech after the new gen consoles are out. You can then get the best card you want for future games.
Wouldn't touch AMD drivers with a barge pole, still seeing many reports of constant crashing - they've had bugs which have lasted for ages.
hukdplan26/10/2019 06:01

Wouldn't touch AMD drivers with a barge pole, still seeing many reports of …Wouldn't touch AMD drivers with a barge pole, still seeing many reports of constant crashing - they've had bugs which have lasted for ages.


I've definitely seen mixed reports of this, but my thinking was that they'd update the drivers. Apparently there are things you can do to limit it such as disabling hardware acceleration in Chrome. The value for money is what won it for me. If it performs really badly I'll just return it as Amazon has a good return policy
specsmccoy26/10/2019 10:30

I've definitely seen mixed reports of this, but my thinking was that …I've definitely seen mixed reports of this, but my thinking was that they'd update the drivers. Apparently there are things you can do to limit it such as disabling hardware acceleration in Chrome. The value for money is what won it for me. If it performs really badly I'll just return it as Amazon has a good return policy



As long as you really test it thoroughly while still in the return window(and are happy) you should be OK, if you end up outside the return window with unstable drivers that's when the real misery starts because my experience of AMD is they just do not get around to fixing their buggy drivers - if it isn't rock solid return it.
hukdplan26/10/2019 13:01

As long as you really test it thoroughly while still in the return …As long as you really test it thoroughly while still in the return window(and are happy) you should be OK, if you end up outside the return window with unstable drivers that's when the real misery starts because my experience of AMD is they just do not get around to fixing their buggy drivers - if it isn't rock solid return it.


Good shout
nothingbutadam25/10/2019 18:59

got this card.. its great.. nice and silent, no coil whine. paid £396 a …got this card.. its great.. nice and silent, no coil whine. paid £396 a month ago so £366 is a nice saving a month later


How are the drivers mate? Anything 5o recommend doing?
specsmccoy28/10/2019 00:23

How are the drivers mate? Anything 5o recommend doing?


i've not actually encountered any driver issues.. perhaps those that have just happen to have the loudest voices
nothingbutadam28/10/2019 07:53

i've not actually encountered any driver issues.. perhaps those that have …i've not actually encountered any driver issues.. perhaps those that have just happen to have the loudest voices


Nice
nothingbutadam25/10/2019 18:59

got this card.. its great.. nice and silent, no coil whine. paid £396 a …got this card.. its great.. nice and silent, no coil whine. paid £396 a month ago so £366 is a nice saving a month later


Beaut
Oh bum. Just purchase 5700 ref. Oh well paid 290 for the saffire
sonofgojira29/10/2019 12:53

Oh bum. Just purchase 5700 ref. Oh well paid 290 for the saffire


Distance selling regulations brah, get a refund if you haven't opened it!
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