Rx Vega 64 Limited Edition £479.99 at Scan
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Rx Vega 64 Limited Edition £479.99 at Scan

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Found 3rd Nov
8GB Sapphire Radeon RX Vega 64 Limited Edition, 14nm, 4096 Streams, 1247MHz, 1546MHz Boost, 945MHz HBM2, DP/HDMI

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1080 only £10 more expensive on same website, cold
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1080 only £10 more expensive on same website, cold

Is this the card that just got an update for new assassins creed and actuslly gets less fps now

Sagiroth3 h, 7 m ago

1080 only £10 more expensive on same website, cold


Not such a bad deal then. Although I’d still go for the 1080 over this at the moment. New benchmarks which have come out comparing the 1070ti seem to show the Vega 64 giving the 1080 a close run for its money now. Shame about the power.
It seems the “fine wine” thingumy is working it’s way through the Vegas.

great - give the miners a break :P

I'm waiting for the non-reference cards to come out.

Are these equivalent to a 1080 ? In real gaming performance I mean. If yes, then why not a Nvidia card?

chapchap45 m ago

Are these equivalent to a 1080 ? In real gaming performance I mean. If …Are these equivalent to a 1080 ? In real gaming performance I mean. If yes, then why not a Nvidia card?


You'd go Nvidia really, the power draw especially when overclocked from this generation of Radeon cards is not good at all. There are some significant architectural changes to Vega cards, so the full potential hasn't been unlocked from these cards yet, but it's the same old story from AMD. You have to feel that they tried so hard to get Ryzen as good as it is, that they ran out of steam for these cards. As some one mentioned to me this week, the real profit for AMD Is in the APU's they make so CPU and GPU combined, that looks like it has some decent potential in the mobile computing area.

chapchap1 h, 20 m ago

Are these equivalent to a 1080 ? In real gaming performance I mean. If …Are these equivalent to a 1080 ? In real gaming performance I mean. If yes, then why not a Nvidia card?


The main reason technological reason would be Freesync vs Gsync. You tend to pay a £100-200 premium for Gsync over Freesync so a high refresh rate setup is overall more expensive with Nvidia. That's why I'm looking to switch away from Nvidia when I replace my GTX 970.

I've personally bought a 1080, but I can understand why you'd buy this. +Heat

Winter is coming so these will be great to have in a cold room.

0BS1D1AN3rd Nov

I've personally bought a 1080, but I can understand why you'd buy this. …I've personally bought a 1080, but I can understand why you'd buy this. +Heat


Same here. I got fed up of waiting on non-ref Vegas and jumped ship to a 1080 ti.

Says call for price
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