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Sapphire Amd Radeon 5600XT - £279.99 / £288.89 delivered @ Overclockers
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Sapphire Amd Radeon 5600XT - £279.99 / £288.89 delivered @ Overclockers

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Posted 9th AprEdited by:"the_quick"

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Update of the price: now cheaper than Scan, including delivery

Looks like a great 1080p card, after Bios update it comes near to RTX 2060 (minus ray tracing). Sapphire gives 3 years warranty which a nice bonus as well.
Will be buying one myself, to replace GTX 970.
I think delivery is around £10

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RADEON RX 5600 XT PULSE 6144MB GDDR6 PCI-EXPRESS GRAPHICS CARD
The SAPPHIRE PULSE RX 5600 XT offers incredible performance at the optimal budget for every gamer. With lightning fast GDDR6 memory and redefined display and media engines, the PULSE RX 5600 XT is the ideal graphics card for 1080p gamers. It is powered by AMD’s extreme RDNA architecture, alongside our innovative Dual-X Cooling Technology which keeps the GPU, Memory and VRM components icy cool at low noise levels. The all-aluminum backplate preserves the rigidity of the GPU and guarantees nothing bends, dust stays out and adds another level of passive cooling to dissipate heat. Pivotal SAPPHIRE features like the Quick Connect Fan, Dual Bios Support and Dual Ball Bearing Fans keep your GPU running smooth and stable. Take your gaming to the next level with the SAPPHIRE PULSE RX 5600 XT as the beating heart of your PC!
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I know GPU prices are inflated lately but the MSRP for these is meant to be £260 so not sure how this qualifies as a deal. You can also find other similar quality 5600 XTs for less such as the XFX one linked below. Seems pretty ridiculous that OCUK are still charging this much for delivery in 2020 as well.

amazon.co.uk/XFX…-26

If your 970 hasn't died yet just hold out a couple more weeks as stock replenishes. Only a few weeks ago you could pick up an RX 5700 for about £280.
Edited by: "3anana" 9th Apr
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I know GPU prices are inflated lately but the MSRP for these is meant to be £260 so not sure how this qualifies as a deal. You can also find other similar quality 5600 XTs for less such as the XFX one linked below. Seems pretty ridiculous that OCUK are still charging this much for delivery in 2020 as well.

amazon.co.uk/XFX…-26

If your 970 hasn't died yet just hold out a couple more weeks as stock replenishes. Only a few weeks ago you could pick up an RX 5700 for about £280.
Edited by: "3anana" 9th Apr
Good card. Not a good price. Cheaper at Scan. And that's still twenty quid more expensive than it was a month ago 16 days ago!
Edited by: "Feel_My_Noobies" 9th Apr
Feel_My_Noobies09/04/2020 19:30

Good card. Not a good price. Cheaper at Scan. And that's still twenty quid …Good card. Not a good price. Cheaper at Scan. And that's still twenty quid more expensive than it was a month ago 16 days ago!


Unfortunately I have forgotten where I parked my time machine. Yes, Scan slightly cheaper, but I had problems with their deliveries, like late notification it is going to be late etc, customer service wasn't great either.
I thought this was a 5700 XT and thought I would be forced to upgrade. On a 2nd thought even if it was a 5700XT, next gen coming up with RDNA2 and my 1070 still going stronk.
Edited by: "navisoul02" 9th Apr
navisoul0209/04/2020 20:39

I thought this was a 5700 XT and thought I would be forced to upgrade. On …I thought this was a 5700 XT and thought I would be forced to upgrade. On a 2nd though even if it was a 5700XT, next gen coming up with RDNA2 and my 1070 still going stronk.


prob pushed back to december time tbh.
No offense but this isn't really a deal.
Cheaper at scan regardless of personal issues and within a few quid at many places.
Probably more than it should cost at this time as with many pc parts too.
3anana09/04/2020 19:26

...If your 970 hasnt died yet just hold out a couple more weeks as stock …...If your 970 hasnt died yet just hold out a couple more weeks as stock replenishes. Only a few weeks ago you could pick up an RX 5700 for about £280.


I've just started looking at cards recently (my 7 year old rig needs an complete overhaul), noticed that a lot of the prices for cards don't match up to youtube reviews etc... thought I was going crazy, glad it's just a temporary(hopefully) price spike or something...
the_quick09/04/2020 20:35

Unfortunately I have forgotten where I parked my time machine. Yes, Scan …Unfortunately I have forgotten where I parked my time machine. Yes, Scan slightly cheaper, but I had problems with their deliveries, like late notification it is going to be late etc, customer service wasn't great either.


What an original comment. It's not a good deal. End of.
Quite clear at the moment that prices are inflated and there are also shortages. I would say unless you have to, then its a poor time to buy. There were the new cards coming out which should have downward pressure, theres a recession coming and world trade will be suppressed. I would hold off till the end of the year when supply ramps up.
the_quick09/04/2020 20:35

Unfortunately I have forgotten where I parked my time machine. Yes, Scan …Unfortunately I have forgotten where I parked my time machine. Yes, Scan slightly cheaper, but I had problems with their deliveries, like late notification it is going to be late etc, customer service wasn't great either.


I ordered parts for a PC on Thursday from CLL, AWD-IT and overclockers, all supposedly in stock. The overclockers order is the only one not shipped yet. All suppliers have issues sometimes and unless one is particularly dodgy then a price comparison is a price comparison.
Over £200 for a 6GB card is not good value.

It will struggle with texture ram availability a couple of years in to the release of the next gen consoles (for high/ultra settings)

A fair few games now take 5.5gb of video ram (at the highest settings)
dijital10/04/2020 08:40

Over £200 for a 6GB card is not good value.It will struggle with texture …Over £200 for a 6GB card is not good value.It will struggle with texture ram availability a couple of years in to the release of the next gen consoles (for high/ultra settings)A fair few games now take 5.5gb of video ram (at the highest settings)


Come on, that's far too simplistic. Ray tracing hammers vram but these amd cards don't support ray tracing. Resolution makes a massive difference and 6gb of vram is not going to be problematic at 1080p for a long time. For someone wanting excellent framrates at 1080p, this card is very good value.
Unless your GPU went pop and you absolutely NEED one asap just wait , prices are 10% higher than a month ago.

Don't know why people are recommending the XFX cards, they are cheap for a reason, they got terrible reviews, the only real choices for AMD are Powercolor and Sapphire , followed by Gigabyte
Apparently XFX has up their game with these cards and offers 3yrs warranty - same as sapphire. But yes, Sapphire has been producing AMD/ATI cards for years, not sure they ever did nVidia cards - and they always been very good quality.

Price point 10% higher - what is there not to say prices go even higher in the next few weeks. Lots of variables go into pricing, including coronavirus, USD/GBP price changes, current demand etc. Unless you have crystal ball, you can't be sure.
You can always wait for the next best thing, like the new nVidia cards (push back to later this year) - everyone has to make decision when the wait is over. I have GTX 970 and only play in 1080p and I can it is struggling in lots of games already, for it is time - and I have lots of time for gaming at the moment.

If you think it is not a good deal, vote cold - simple as that.
Feel_My_Noobies09/04/2020 21:00

What an original comment. It's not a good deal. End of.


I think your a little dismissive on this one. Yes he was being sarcastic, but in my opinion a deal is relative to the wider timeframe and economic climate. If something is usually £200 but events make the average price £300, and then someone finds this item for £250, then for the timeframe it is indeed a deal, should you require the item at that point in time and can not wait for the prices to come down. I must admit I did have a double take when I saw a 5600XT at was 5700 non XT money a few weeks ago, but then I remembered that the situation ha moved on since then.
He one of these, terrible blackscreening problems, the drivers are a real pain. Get a 2060, my mate has one and was getting the exact same performance but hasn't had an issue in 8 months
the_quick10/04/2020 11:12

Apparently XFX has up their game with these cards and offers 3yrs warranty …Apparently XFX has up their game with these cards and offers 3yrs warranty - same as sapphire. But yes, Sapphire has been producing AMD/ATI cards for years, not sure they ever did nVidia cards - and they always been very good quality.Price point 10% higher - what is there not to say prices go even higher in the next few weeks. Lots of variables go into pricing, including coronavirus, USD/GBP price changes, current demand etc. Unless you have crystal ball, you can't be sure.You can always wait for the next best thing, like the new nVidia cards (push back to later this year) - everyone has to make decision when the wait is over. I have GTX 970 and only play in 1080p and I can it is struggling in lots of games already, for it is time - and I have lots of time for gaming at the moment.If you think it is not a good deal, vote cold - simple as that.


It's not worthy of cold votes but it's not really deal worthy.
Its just kind of what you'd expect to pay at the current time.
Cpai32110/04/2020 09:52

Come on, that's far too simplistic. Ray tracing hammers vram but these amd …Come on, that's far too simplistic. Ray tracing hammers vram but these amd cards don't support ray tracing. Resolution makes a massive difference and 6gb of vram is not going to be problematic at 1080p for a long time. For someone wanting excellent framrates at 1080p, this card is very good value.


A fair few games that dont use ray tracing take up 5GB+ textures at 1080p on high/max settings.
Christee410/04/2020 09:55

Unless your GPU went pop and you absolutely NEED one asap just wait , …Unless your GPU went pop and you absolutely NEED one asap just wait , prices are 10% higher than a month ago.Don't know why people are recommending the XFX cards, they are cheap for a reason, they got terrible reviews, the only real choices for AMD are Powercolor and Sapphire , followed by Gigabyte



XFX seem to be trying with these recent Navi cards, which is more than can be said for ASUS, one of the world's largest manufactrurers.
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