PowerColor Radeon RX 5700 8GB GDDR6 Graphics Card - £309.09 @ Ebuyer (+£3.49 P*P)
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PowerColor Radeon RX 5700 8GB GDDR6 Graphics Card - £309.09 @ Ebuyer (+£3.49 P*P)

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Posted 6th Oct
Seems like a good price for this card, even though it is a blower style.

It has great 1440p performance for the price.
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Was £286 when the 20% ebay code was on... Granted that was then and this is now but still opportunity to be cheaper... Bought one myself actually
jackfreemanwkd06/10/2019 20:24

Was £286 when the 20% ebay code was on... Granted that was then and this …Was £286 when the 20% ebay code was on... Granted that was then and this is now but still opportunity to be cheaper... Bought one myself actually


Thank you for your comment. That was very helpful for everyone.

Great price for the card. Have some heat
abhijitdash12306/10/2019 23:47

Thank you for your comment. That was very helpful for everyone. Thank you for your comment. That was very helpful for everyone. Great price for the card. Have some heat


It is helpful to know the price history of a product you are looking to buy.
I would be annoyed if I knew something was 30 quid cheaper in the last month as I'd expect it to be cheaper again.

That said, AMD are releasing a 5500 tomorrow that should give us some pricing changes, and NVIDIA are releasing a 1660 Super on the 22nd of October that could really disrupt the current prices of existing stock (There is a suggestion from TPU that these could be as low as 1100 yuan, which is 150 quid. This could mean prices below 200 for this card after tax, import, and extra fees).
Good price.
You can flash this to match the XT too
Nate149207/10/2019 04:05

It is helpful to know the price history of a product you are looking to …It is helpful to know the price history of a product you are looking to buy.I would be annoyed if I knew something was 30 quid cheaper in the last month as I'd expect it to be cheaper again.That said, AMD are releasing a 5500 tomorrow that should give us some pricing changes, and NVIDIA are releasing a 1660 Super on the 22nd of October that could really disrupt the current prices of existing stock (There is a suggestion from TPU that these could be as low as 1100 yuan, which is 150 quid. This could mean prices below 200 for this card after tax, import, and extra fees).


I'm really hoping you're right about this but considering that the 5500 and 1660 super are a few rungs down in the power ladder I'm rather skeptical...

Remember the 1660 is supposed to be slightly below the 1660ti so I'm not sure how it would put pressure on the 2060 or above.
Badongkadong08/10/2019 17:45

I'm really hoping you're right about this but considering that the 5500 …I'm really hoping you're right about this but considering that the 5500 and 1660 super are a few rungs down in the power ladder I'm rather skeptical...Remember the 1660 is supposed to be slightly below the 1660ti so I'm not sure how it would put pressure on the 2060 or above.


The pressure comes from how close all of the cards are in performance.

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You can see the 1660 is 69%, the 1660ti is 79%, the 2060 is 94% and the 2060 Super is 105% of one of the best AIBs. If we follow the common practice for Supers being about 10% better, this should fall close to the 1660 ti.

The 5500 should slot in around this performance mark too.
Now, we are talking 20% faster, but it should drive some price changes, which usually impact the entire stack of cards. There needs to be a clear price tier for NVIDIA and AMD, so they would need to push a few prices around.
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