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Radeon RX 5700XT PowerColor Red Dragon £363.48 Delivered @ Ebuyer
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Posted 28th Nov 2019

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Seems to be a decent price for a 5700XT with a decent cooler.


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• GPU: Radeon™ RX 5700XT Graphics

• Stream Processors: Up to 2560 unit

• Compute Units: 40

• Base Clock: 1605 MHz

• Game Clock: 1755 MHz

• Boost Clock: Up to 1905 MHz

• Memory Speed: 14 Gbps

• Memory Size: 8192 MB

• Memory Interface: 256 bit DDR6
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Cracking card for the price, plus free games sweetens the deal. Borderland 3 or Breakpoint and 3 months of game pass included.
Edited by: "deleted2308415" 28th Nov 2019
It's alright, I'd rather spend the little bit extra and get the rx 5700 xt red devil version, it's the better version and I'm hoping it drops in price over the next few days. Red devil, nitro+ and the sapphire pulse xt's are what to keep an eye on.
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Dogtags28/11/2019 12:50

It's alright, I'd rather spend the little bit extra and get the rx 5700 xt …It's alright, I'd rather spend the little bit extra and get the rx 5700 xt red devil version, it's the better version and I'm hoping it drops in price over the next few days. Red devil, nitro+ and the sapphire pulse xt's are what to keep an eye on.


£375 for the Gigabyte Gaming OC is by far the best deal for the extra few quid.
deleted230841528/11/2019 12:58

£375 for the Gigabyte Gaming OC is by far the best deal for the extra few …£375 for the Gigabyte Gaming OC is by far the best deal for the extra few quid.


point me to the reviews saying that it's better than Red Devil?
deleted230841528/11/2019 12:58

£375 for the Gigabyte Gaming OC is by far the best deal for the extra few …£375 for the Gigabyte Gaming OC is by far the best deal for the extra few quid.



The ones I stated are superior to the gigabyte quite considerably. If you mean from a value for price then you used to be correct when the cost of the three I named were much more, now you can buy the devil and pulse for around 375 on sale and the nitro+ for 400 on sale. Hence why I said I'm hoping the prices drop in next few days. If the gigabyte was more than £50 cheaper than those three then I'd bite.
Edited by: "Dogtags" 28th Nov 2019
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ozyri28/11/2019 13:18

point me to the reviews saying that it's better than Red Devil?


Who said it was? This is the Red Dragon card I've commented on, not the Devil variant? Please read my comments again! Gigabyte Gaming OC is better deal when compared to Red Dragon. Refer to Gamers Nexus or Hardware Unboxed for facts.
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Dogtags28/11/2019 13:47

The ones I stated are superior to the gigabyte quite considerably. If you …The ones I stated are superior to the gigabyte quite considerably. If you mean from a value for price then you used to be correct when the cost of the three I named were much more, now you can buy the devil and pulse for around 375 on sale and the nitro+ for 400 on sale. Hence why I said I'm hoping the prices drop in next few days. If the gigabyte was more than £50 cheaper than those three then I'd bite.


Refer to Gamers Nexus and Hardware Unboxed for facts on this. Also Gigabyte warranty is UK based, PowerColor and Sapphires customer services via RMA are virtually non existent. I've known many to this day having issues right now sorting out RMA warranties. 1 even referred to having better contact with dead relatives via a medium when compared to PowerColor.
Edited by: "deleted2308415" 28th Nov 2019
deleted230841528/11/2019 14:19

Refer to Gamers Nexus and Hardware Unboxed for facts on this. Also …Refer to Gamers Nexus and Hardware Unboxed for facts on this. Also Gigabyte warranty is UK based, PowerColor and Sapphires customer services via RMA are virtually non existent. I've known many to this day having issues right now sorting out RMA warranties. 1 even referred to having better contact with dead relatives via a medium when compared to PowerColor.


Mate... Red Devil is £24 more on amazon. It IS a few quid at this price point. And regarding RMA or whatever, in the EU (which we're still in) you deal with the seller and not manufacturer. So makes literally no difference which brand you buy.
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ozyri28/11/2019 14:38

Mate... Red Devil is £24 more on amazon. It IS a few quid at this price …Mate... Red Devil is £24 more on amazon. It IS a few quid at this price point. And regarding RMA or whatever, in the EU (which we're still in) you deal with the seller and not manufacturer. So makes literally no difference which brand you buy.


For 12 months... what about after this?

The Gigabyte is £375, Devil XT is £399! That's a fair bit more than a few quid. We are talking about buyers on a budget and a Red Dragon £363 comparing with a Gigabyte XT for £375. However this is now irrelevant as the Dragon has dropped in price since we've chatted.
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deleted230841528/11/2019 14:45

For 12 months... what about after this?The Gigabyte is £375, Devil XT is …For 12 months... what about after this?The Gigabyte is £375, Devil XT is £399! That's a fair bit more than a few quid. We are talking about buyers on a budget and a Red Dragon £363 comparing with a Gigabyte XT for £375. However this is now irrelevant as the Dragon has dropped in price since we've chatted.


pretty sure by EU law, yet again, electronics are by default covered by a minimum of 24 months, could be more if the seller or manufacturer wants, but no less than that.
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ozyri28/11/2019 14:59

pretty sure by EU law, yet again, electronics are by default covered by a …pretty sure by EU law, yet again, electronics are by default covered by a minimum of 24 months, could be more if the seller or manufacturer wants, but no less than that.


Pretty sure it's a 12 month with retailer then manufacturers warranty. Some retailers like OcUK look after you for the whole duration, some don't even honour the distance selling acts. Amazon are notorious for this and after 3 months they point you to the manufacturer. This is why brand trust is a major factor when buying this type of electronics.
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Anyway I can sell borderlands 3? Got my card 2 weeks ago
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Dogtags28/11/2019 13:47

The ones I stated are superior to the gigabyte quite considerably. If you …The ones I stated are superior to the gigabyte quite considerably. If you mean from a value for price then you used to be correct when the cost of the three I named were much more, now you can buy the devil and pulse for around 375 on sale and the nitro+ for 400 on sale. Hence why I said I'm hoping the prices drop in next few days. If the gigabyte was more than £50 cheaper than those three then I'd bite.


The Sapphire Pulse isn't better than the Gigabyte it is equivalent. The Gigabyte is the best buy according to GN and Hardware Unboxed as a direct comparison to the Pulse.

Again, as has been said, Gigabyte offer a longer, UK based and better warranty which is not even considered in the reviews sadly.

The Red Devil and the Nitro+ are certainly better cooled but i wouldn't pay £3-400+ for anything which such crappy RMA procedures.

The Pulse and Gaming OC have perfectly adequate cooling way within spec though and i think people obsess too much. the warranty is more important than a degree or two.
Edited by: "Superficial" 28th Nov 2019
ozyri28/11/2019 14:38

Mate... Red Devil is £24 more on amazon. It IS a few quid at this price …Mate... Red Devil is £24 more on amazon. It IS a few quid at this price point. And regarding RMA or whatever, in the EU (which we're still in) you deal with the seller and not manufacturer. So makes literally no difference which brand you buy.


What a load of utter RUBISH. What a stupid thing to say.

When it comes to returns that are many things to consider:

1) how long the waranty is for
2) who pays for postage
3) where are you sending the card to?
4) are they easily contactible
5) are you sending the card to one place only for it to be sent somewhere else...
6) so how long is the turnaround going to be?

saying it makes no difference is idiotic.
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Superficial28/11/2019 15:24

What a load of utter RUBISH. What a stupid thing to say.When it comes to …What a load of utter RUBISH. What a stupid thing to say.When it comes to returns that are many things to consider:1) how long the waranty is for2) who pays for postage3) where are you sending the card to?4) are they easily contactible5) are you sending the card to one place only for it to be sent somewhere else...6) so how long is the turnaround going to be?saying it makes no difference is idiotic.


Finally someone with common sense arrives! Sir you've hit my value point and fact on the head, I rest my case.
Edited by: "deleted2308415" 28th Nov 2019
Superficial28/11/2019 15:24

What a load of utter RUBISH. What a stupid thing to say.When it comes to …What a load of utter RUBISH. What a stupid thing to say.When it comes to returns that are many things to consider:1) how long the waranty is for2) who pays for postage3) where are you sending the card to?4) are they easily contactible5) are you sending the card to one place only for it to be sent somewhere else...6) so how long is the turnaround going to be?saying it makes no difference is idiotic.



1) how long the warranty is for - 2 years universal, could be more with some ifs and buts re replacement, fixing, proof etc.
2) who pays for postage - depends on a seller, not manufacturer
3) where are you sending the card to? - seller not manufacturer
4) are they easily contactable - seller not manufacturer unless seller goes out of business
5) are you sending the card to one place only for it to be sent somewhere else... - sellers problem, not yours
6) so how long is the turnaround going to be? - depending on the seller and their relationship with the suppliers/manufacturers.


And where's that UTTER RUBBISH? What I am saying, that it depends on the sellers customer support WAY more than manufacturers.
ozyri28/11/2019 15:32

1) how long the warranty is for - 2 years universal, could be more with …1) how long the warranty is for - 2 years universal, could be more with some ifs and buts re replacement, fixing, proof etc.2) who pays for postage - depends on a seller, not manufacturer3) where are you sending the card to? - seller not manufacturer4) are they easily contactable - seller not manufacturer unless seller goes out of business5) are you sending the card to one place only for it to be sent somewhere else... - sellers problem, not yours6) so how long is the turnaround going to be? - depending on the seller and their relationship with the suppliers/manufacturers.And where's that UTTER RUBBISH? What I am saying, that it depends on the sellers customer support WAY more than manufacturers.


LOL stop waffling mate I have literally typed out step by step all the things that are different between manufacturers which you pretend isn't the case....cue a bunch of gymnastics and obfuscation by you.

1. Err as stated the Gigabyte warranty is longer and two years is NOT universal otherwise others would not be three and four years WOULD THEY?
2.No it does not - not if you are dealing direct with the manufacturer after the grace period ends and who cares anyway it was introduced as an element of VARIATION between manufacturers
3.Rubbish this is not always true and gigabyte let you deal direct with their representatives in the UK - Gigaman on the OcUK forums regularly makes altenative instructions if an issue occurs...exactly my point.
4.LOL ignorant wafle just stop typing. Uk based support will be FASTER and will have better and faster comms as they are dealing with people from the UK not all over europe
5.No it depends on the one or BOTH depending on the nature of the issue and when the fault occurred. retailers WILL NOT send another card unless the manufacturer or supplier guarantees credit (it's called being a business) and will not always deal with the issue after 12 months and the manufacturer will not always send a newer/better card if supply has stopped - they can as per their right send a refurbished card ANOTHER variation.
6 Err that is the very issue we are debating for God's sake - it is the NATURE of that relationship we are discussing and pretending it all comes down to the retailer is idiotic and blaatly untrue. Not to mention a faster turnaround is FAR more likely if they are uk based OBVIOUSLY and if you can communicate DIRECTLY with the support department of both the retailer and manufactrer as is the case with Gigabye.

so no it does not fall solely to the retailer so stop saying it does that is the UTTER RuBBISH.
Edited by: "Superficial" 28th Nov 2019
Awesome price on the card. Always preferred Powercolor and Sapphire over Gigabyte for AMD graphics cards, so have some heat.

Support will also be fine for Powercolor in the UK. Few people will always have issues with any manufacturer, so no surprises there.
Superficial28/11/2019 15:45

LOL stop waffling mate I have literally typed out step by step all the …LOL stop waffling mate I have literally typed out step by step all the things that are different between manufacturers which you pretend isn't the case....cue a bunch of gymnastics and obfuscation by you.1. Err as stated the Gigabyte warranty is longer and two years is NOT universal otherwise others would not be three and four years WOULD THEY?2.No it does not - not if you are dealing direct with the manufacturer after the grace period ends and who cares anyway it was introduced as an element of VARIATION between manufacturers3.Rubbish this is not always true and gigabyte let you deal direct with their representatives in the UK - Gigaman on the OcUK forums regularly makes altenative instructions if an issue occurs...exactly my point.4.LOL ignorant wafle just stop typing. Uk based support will be FASTER and will have better and faster comms as they are dealing with people from the UK not all over europe5.No it depends on the one or BOTH depending on the nature of the issue and when the fault occurred. retailers WILL NOT send another card unless the manufacturer or supplier guarantees credit (it's called being a business) and will not always deal with the issue after 12 months and the manufacturer will not always send a newer/better card if supply has stopped - they can as per their right send a refurbished card ANOTHER variation.6 Err that is the very issue we are debating for God's sake - it is the NATURE of that relationship we are discussing and pretending it all comes down to the retailer is idiotic and blaatly untrue. Not to mention a faster turnaround is FAR more likely if they are uk based OBVIOUSLY and if you can communicate DIRECTLY with the support department of both the retailer and manufactrer as is the case with Gigabye.so no it does not fall solely to the retailer so stop saying it does that is the UTTER RuBBISH.


mate calm your tiddies just read this europa.eu/you…htm and know your legal rights.
This was £350 on eBay via the 20% off code last week I believe, inclusive of the free games. Might be worth hanging about for BF for any further drops.

FYI this is one of the smallest 5700XT models so perfect for ITX builds and why I'm looking to buy one shortly.
BTW same price at Amazon.
It's a fact that red devil, sapphire pulse and nitro plus are the best of the rx5700 xt cards as I said. Any argument about after sale customer service is irrelevant if the card works flawlessly. Yes you can argue that for money that ggb csff is better value but it still doesn't change the fact that the three cards I named have better performance, its literally all over the Internet if you just Google search or YouTube search it. I love gigabyte as a company but still given the option I'd rather buy the better card, red devil, nitro+ or pulse. You argument that the price is is expensive and that ggb is more reasonable, get a grip, £375 isn't cheap either or entry level graphics card there's much cheaper basic cards. I alse mention several times I'm waiting for sale in next few days as red devil has been around same price ss the ggb before.
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Dogtags28/11/2019 16:14

It's a fact that red devil, sapphire pulse and nitro plus are the best of …It's a fact that red devil, sapphire pulse and nitro plus are the best of the rx5700 xt cards as I said. Any argument about after sale customer service is irrelevant if the card works flawlessly. Yes you can argue that for money that ggb csff is better value but it still doesn't change the fact that the three cards I named have better performance, its literally all over the Internet if you just Google search or YouTube search it. I love gigabyte as a company but still given the option I'd rather buy the better card, red devil, nitro+ or pulse. You argument that the price is is expensive and that ggb is more reasonable, get a grip, £375 isn't cheap either or entry level graphics card there's much cheaper basic cards. I alse mention several times I'm waiting for sale in next few days as red devil has been around same price ss the ggb before.


Sale or not, none of them are cheap. This is the price you pay for 2-3 years worth of performance it offers.

All the 5700/XT are the same except the PCB design and cooling solutions used. The ones you suggest are 1-3 FPS quicker in certain builds and conditions, small gains for a hefty premium don't you think?

You want the cheapest so get a 1650-1660 Super and smile at the savings, it'll do the same thing.
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deleted230841528/11/2019 16:33

Fact is sale or not none of them are cheap, it's the price you pay for 2-3 …Fact is sale or not none of them are cheap, it's the price you pay for 2-3 years worth of performance it offers. All the 5700XT are the same except the cooling solution used. The ones you suggest are 1-3 FPS quicker in certain condition, this relies on your complete build spex.. There you have to ask is it all worth the premiums. Like you said, your after the cheapest so get a 1660 Super and smile at the savings, it'll do the same thing.


I'm glad you finally agree I was correct that the cards I said, are better. I hate to tell you this also but "all the cards are the same except the cooling solution" is incorrect. The cards are completely edited, bios changes, parts replaced and changed I. E capacitors, resister, memory sku changes., also gpu and memory bin and frequency changes and ofcourse cooling changes.
They ain't just the same cards with different fans on them mate, there's alot more to it than that, hence why some gpus are more expensive than others and why especially the nitro+ is so expensive.
Anyways, thanks for the chat, trust me though dude if you get the chance that red devil or especially the nitro+ come down in price and for some reason we're same price as the gigabyte... Grab the red devil or nitro!
Have a good day dude.
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Dogtags28/11/2019 16:49

I'm glad you finally agree I was correct that the cards I said, are …I'm glad you finally agree I was correct that the cards I said, are better. I hate to tell you this also but "all the cards are the same except the cooling solution" is incorrect. The cards are completely edited, bios changes, parts replaced and changed I. E capacitors, resister, memory sku changes., also gpu and memory bin and frequency changes and ofcourse cooling changes.They ain't just the same cards with different fans on them mate, there's alot more to it than that, hence why some gpus are more expensive than others and why especially the nitro+ is so expensive. Anyways, thanks for the chat, trust me though dude if you get the chance that red devil or especially the nitro+ come down in price and for some reason we're same price as the gigabyte... Grab the red devil or nitro! Have a good day dude.


I don't agree with you or your facts with after sales and warranty as being irrelevant, it all factors into the value of your investment.

However all cards use the same NAVI chip as the reference cards, except for PCB design and cooling.

Like I said performance of XT models are going to be pretty much equal.

For further info on PCBs check with Buildzoid on YouTube, you'll be surprised.

I own both Gaming OC and Nitro+ cards.

Daughter prefers the fancy lights on the Nitro+, not my thing. Nitro+ died within 14 days of ownership but luckily OCUK exchanged it quickly for another. Overall still prefer the Gigabyte as it's equally the same as the Nitro+ in all conditions in two 3700x rigs.

Do you own any of these GPUs to cast judgement, also haven't you gathered any parts yet?

Noticed your username/comments in a few deals recently looking for parts and help with building a new PC?

Quote from one of your recent comments;

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"Dogtags:
Posting this here looking for help.

Anyone here with a knowledge of building pcs, (an up to date knowledge) willing to speak to me about a gaming build? I'm looking to build a pc from scratch after black Friday/cyber Monday and could use some advice, I'm out the loop due to family etc.
My main thought is building around a
ryzen 7 3800x cpu but that's as far as I've got because I have some questions about compatibility and ssd drives. Mainly should I just install a 1tb ssd and run everything, games, os and general storage from it? Or is that a bad idea.
Anyway, if anyone gets this and is willing to speak to me either via email text WhatsApp etc please feel free to give me a shout on here.
Thanks James,
(I'm a 37 years young, copper from Scotland with a basic knowledge of building pcs which is very out of date)"
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