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Radeon RX 590 Red Dragon 8192MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card £159.89 Delivered @ Overclockers
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Radeon RX 590 Red Dragon 8192MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card £159.89 Delivered @ Overclockers

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Posted 17th Jan

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Radeon RX 590 Red Dragon 8192MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card It is based on AMD’s latest GCN 4 architecture designed for GloFo 14nm FinFET that delivers premium VR capability, increased level of performance, smooth VR, seamless support for next-gen gaming monitors and CPU-free game streaming or recording.

Now it’s easier than ever to connect and use an external Radeon™ graphics card. With AMD XConnect™ technology, external GPU enclosures configured with Radeon™ Graphics can easily connect and disconnect to a compatible ultrathin notebook or 2-in-1 over Thunderbolt™ 31 at any time, just like a USB flash drive-a first for external GPUs!

AMD’s innovative LiquidVR™ technology enables beautifully rich and immersive VR experiences by simplifying VR content creation, unlocking many unique AMD hardware features designed to work seamlessly with headsets on compatible Radeon graphics cards. LiquidVR™ is dedicated to making VR experiences truly immersive by creating a sense of “presence” — a state of awareness where a virtual world seems so real, you’ll believe you are there.

AMD FreeSync™ technology puts an end to choppy gameplay and broken frames with fluid, artifact-free, performance at virtually any framerate.

A power-saving feature that dynamically regulates frame rate based on your in-game movements. Radeon™ Chill can improve power efficiency and can lower temperatures for supported products and games when enabled through Radeon™ Settings.


Specification:
- Boost clock: 1545MHz
- Memory clock: 8000MHz
- Memory interface: 256-bit
- Stream processors: 2304
- Warranty: 3yr

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Feedback or opinions on this graphics card please...there isnt much online regarding it
bruce28717/01/2020 23:16

Feedback or opinions on this graphics card please...there isnt much online …Feedback or opinions on this graphics card please...there isnt much online regarding it


Get a 1660 super instead and avoid at all costs anything from the terrible 500 rehash x3 attempt AMD if wanting to spend around £200
Chaddy17117/01/2020 23:39

Get a 1660 super instead and avoid at all costs anything from the terrible …Get a 1660 super instead and avoid at all costs anything from the terrible 500 rehash x3 attempt AMD if wanting to spend around £200


Anything around 150??
bruce28717/01/2020 23:16

Feedback or opinions on this graphics card please...there isnt much online …Feedback or opinions on this graphics card please...there isnt much online regarding it


It's quite a popular card on this website. Try searching for previous deals.
buyer10118/01/2020 00:55

It's quite a popular card on this website. Try searching for previous …It's quite a popular card on this website. Try searching for previous deals.


It is indeed...popular is one thing...I get mixed reviews...some say it’s bad....I know performance it’s still pretty good
bruce28718/01/2020 00:56

It is indeed...popular is one thing...I get mixed reviews...some say it’s b …It is indeed...popular is one thing...I get mixed reviews...some say it’s bad....I know performance it’s still pretty good


I've been thinking the exact same. I wasn't sure whether to spend a bit more and get a RX 5700 and a 3600 or stick to a RX 590 and 2600X.
bruce28718/01/2020 00:56

It is indeed...popular is one thing...I get mixed reviews...some say it’s b …It is indeed...popular is one thing...I get mixed reviews...some say it’s bad....I know performance it’s still pretty good


It consumes more power for its level of performance than any other modern card, but that's generally why it's as cheap as it is. If you want to know more about it: it's the bigger brother of the 570 and 580 but is actually better than them- not just in terms of speed but also for efficiency, believe it or not! It's just that it's generally clocked too high to squeeze as much performance out of it as they could get. If you underclocked it you'd get superior efficiency and performance to the 570 and 580.

If your PSU can handle it and you don't mind spending a few £ extra a year on electricity, the Radeon 570, 580 and 590 are all good budget buys- even a 570 will deliver good performance at 1080p in today's games and the 8 GB model can be had for around £115. Although the 570 comes a little under the requirement for VR, I suspect the 8 GB model will still be up to the task. The 590 sits comfortably above.

You can see how they all stack up against the competition here:
guru3d.com/art…tml
Edited by: "3kliksphilip" 18th Jan
like in every single deal in the history of hotukdeal, if you spend a little more you will get a little more.

so yes, if you can afford a little more, get a 2060 or a 5700

if this is a strict budget situation, you may still be better off with a 580, due to this cards high power consumption and the very small difference in performance. in most games at 1080p you wont notice the difference (but your power supply and smart meter might)
How much better will this perform at 2k or 4k compared to my gtx970? I use a 4k tv as the pc monitor so talking about 1080p performance is of no use to me. Thank you very much in advance all the smart computer peeps.
Profgunnington18/01/2020 11:45

How much better will this perform at 2k or 4k compared to my gtx970? I use …How much better will this perform at 2k or 4k compared to my gtx970? I use a 4k tv as the pc monitor so talking about 1080p performance is of no use to me. Thank you very much in advance all the smart computer peeps.


gtx 970 was sort of like the Radeon 480, which is like the 570... so the 590 wouldn't be fast enough to be worth upgrading to.
Vampire.Hunter.J18/01/2020 07:32

like in every single deal in the history of hotukdeal, if you spend a …like in every single deal in the history of hotukdeal, if you spend a little more you will get a little more. so yes, if you can afford a little more, get a 2060 or a 5700if this is a strict budget situation, you may still be better off with a 580, due to this cards high power consumption and the very small difference in performance. in most games at 1080p you wont notice the difference (but your power supply and smart meter might)


The 5700 and 2060 both cost £100 more than this £160 GPU- I don't really think they're in the same market at all. Although the 590's power consumption for its performance level is poor, people have blown how power-hungry it is out of all proportion. Reading the comments on this site you'd think it'd be capable of blowing half of the PSUs out there! In reality, it consumes 12% more than the Geforce 2060 in games, 9% more than the 580 (For about 5-10%ish more performance) and 17% more than the Geforce 970. And it consumes considerably less than many high-end cards out there today, and previous gens like the 390 / 980 TI.

It's enough to justify spending £15 more on a modern card with similar performance to save on power, but for its price it's a pretty good deal.
3kliksphilip18/01/2020 12:50

gtx 970 was sort of like the Radeon 480, which is like the 570... so the …gtx 970 was sort of like the Radeon 480, which is like the 570... so the 590 wouldn't be fast enough to be worth upgrading to.


Thanks for this. I was always looking at the 1070ti but I've just not made the leap yet as the 970 is -good enough-.
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