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SAPPHIRE Nitro+ Radeon RX 5700 XT - £398.99 @ Amazon
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SAPPHIRE Nitro+ Radeon RX 5700 XT - £398.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 3rd Jan

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I know the holidays has been tough but there's another thing to make your post Christmas PC build cheaper and your wallet lighter.

Probably the best Radeon 5700XT Graphics Card out there.
Decent looks and great thermal and acoustic performance.

Powercolor Version of this is £10 cheaper >> amazon.co.uk/Pow…8-2

And Gigabyte Version is now £10 more expensive >> amazon.co.uk/Gig…8-1
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Can you imagine spending £400 on a 3 year old card that has been run within an inch of its life. I'll take 3 less fps in my games and go for the 5700 xt cheers.
DealsDen10103/01/2020 16:36

some second hand 1080ti's on ebay too for this price


Or you could get this new? Why would you pay that much for a 2nd hand, older card?
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some second hand 1080ti's on ebay too for this price
DealsDen10103/01/2020 16:36

some second hand 1080ti's on ebay too for this price


Or you could get this new? Why would you pay that much for a 2nd hand, older card?
tapi03/01/2020 17:10

Or you could get this new? Why would you pay that much for a 2nd hand, … Or you could get this new? Why would you pay that much for a 2nd hand, older card?


You wouldn't
tapi03/01/2020 17:10

Or you could get this new? Why would you pay that much for a 2nd hand, …Or you could get this new? Why would you pay that much for a 2nd hand, older card?


Because the 2nd hand older card is better? I got one last year second hand best thing I ever bought

gpu.userbenchmark.com/Com…045
Edited by: "DealsDen101" 3rd Jan
5700XT beats a 1080Ti in a few titles. Depends what you play.

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Edited by: "Minstadave" 3rd Jan
DealsDen10103/01/2020 17:20

Which ones?



See above. Battlefield V is the stand out.
Edited by: "Minstadave" 3rd Jan
Can you imagine spending £400 on a 3 year old card that has been run within an inch of its life. I'll take 3 less fps in my games and go for the 5700 xt cheers.
McTabish03/01/2020 17:29

Can you imagine spending £400 on a 3 year old card that has been run …Can you imagine spending £400 on a 3 year old card that has been run within an inch of its life. I'll take 3 less fps in my games and go for the 5700 xt cheers.


Go for it
DealsDen10103/01/2020 17:14

Because the 2nd hand older card is better? I got one last year second hand …Because the 2nd hand older card is better? I got one last year second hand best thing I ever boughthttps://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-GTX-1080-Ti-vs-AMD-RX-5700-XT/3918vs4045



Did you get a warranty?
Minstadave03/01/2020 18:13

1080P and 4K …1080P and 4K too:https://www.guru3d.com/articles-pages/amd-radeon-rx-5700-and-5700-xt-review,13.htmlAlthough this review has them neck and neck at 4K:https://www.kitguru.net/components/graphic-cards/dominic-moass/amd-radeon-rx-5700-xt-8gb-review/5/


It even beats the 2080ti in one test, although this is just one game and it is dx12
999tigger03/01/2020 18:12

Did you get a warranty?


I never checked, it might of but probably not, I only paid £340 and that was beginning of last year its this one ecrater.co.uk/p/3…BwE , for the price i paid i couldn't resist at the time and i haven't had a problem with it yet (touch wood)
DealsDen10103/01/2020 16:36

some second hand 1080ti's on ebay too for this price


Indeed, but I paid just over 10% more than this (£450) for a used 1080Ti 18 months ago. A new card with similar performance, but with warranty is clearly the way to go. If I was looking for a new GPU right now, I'd looking at a 5700XT, or if not in a rush, waiting a few months for the next round of Nvidia cards to push prices of the current generation down a notch.
Edited by: "Scottc123" 3rd Jan
Scottc12303/01/2020 18:39

Indeed, but I paid just over 10% more than this (£450) for a used 1080Ti …Indeed, but I paid just over 10% more than this (£450) for a used 1080Ti 18 months ago. A new card with similar performance, but with warranty is clearly the way to go. If I was looking for a new GPU right now, I'd looking at a 5700XT, or if not in a rush, waiting a few months for the next round of Nvidia cards to push prices of the current generation down a notch.


all three companies are apparently releasing cards later this year which like you say should push current gen prices down which would be the optimal time to buy, if you look at this gen compared to the 1080ti which is a last gen card it still holds its own and even outperforms the majority of this gens cards which are still way overpriced
DealsDen10103/01/2020 18:50

all three companies are apparently releasing cards later this year which …all three companies are apparently releasing cards later this year which like you say should push current gen prices down which would be the optimal time to buy, if you look at this gen compared to the 1080ti which is a last gen card it still holds its own and even outperforms the majority of this gens cards which are still way overpriced


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DealsDen10103/01/2020 17:14

Because the 2nd hand older card is better? I got one last year second hand …Because the 2nd hand older card is better? I got one last year second hand best thing I ever boughthttps://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-GTX-1080-Ti-vs-AMD-RX-5700-XT/3918vs4045


Userbenchmark!!! lolol don’t take that SEO trash seriously.
Edited by: "pcmustard" 3rd Jan
1080 Ti is a good card but I’d have the 5700 if I was buying today - especially as it’s new and modern. Though for now, Vega 56 and RX 570/580 are plenty for me.
Well, this is the best 5700XT on the block, so heat from me. But prices are only moving like £10, so I am not too excited.
I've read brexit manifestos more accurate than userbenchmark results.
In terms of overclockability, how you looking on the 5700Xt and the 1080ti? I mean, I invalidated my warranty to stick an aftermarket cooler on my 1080ti as it was the hottest in the market at stock (They used the same fan on the 1070ti) and it was only a few months old. A little unnerving I'll admit - one false move and poof, a few hundred £ down the drain.

7700k (now delidded)
16GB Ram
Corsair H60 (at the time) - now an NZXT X62 (amazon shipped me two, returned one so essentially a free upgrade)
1080TI with an aftermarket cooler and better paste.
Inwin 805 case

Mind you, I run everything on stock - just prefer lower temps across the board.

Cost me £1030 at the time the GPUs were going for 700-800 lol, but spend about 80 inc the aftermarket GPU fan and the liquid metal.
DarrylJohn03/01/2020 22:00

In terms of overclockability, how you looking on the 5700Xt and the …In terms of overclockability, how you looking on the 5700Xt and the 1080ti? I mean, I invalidated my warranty to stick an aftermarket cooler on my 1080ti as it was the hottest in the market at stock (They used the same fan on the 1070ti) and it was only a few months old. A little unnerving I'll admit - one false move and poof, a few hundred £ down the drain.7700k (now delidded)16GB RamCorsair H60 (at the time) - now an NZXT X62 (amazon shipped me two, returned one so essentially a free upgrade)1080TI with an aftermarket cooler and better paste.Inwin 805 caseMind you, I run everything on stock - just prefer lower temps across the board.Cost me £1030 at the time the GPUs were going for 700-800 lol, but spend about 80 inc the aftermarket GPU fan and the liquid metal.



pcmustard03/01/2020 19:16

Userbenchmark!!! lolol don’t take that SEO trash seriously.


I get a score of 21259 in 3d mark fire strike with mine but its not overclocked
DealsDen10103/01/2020 22:43

I get a score of 21259 in 3d mark fire strike with mine but its not …I get a score of 21259 in 3d mark fire strike with mine but its not overclocked


One area where AMD have fallen foul is where people flash their 5700s to 5700XTs.
Once done, without further tweaking they don’t perform much better than the vanilla version, but still report as an XT.
These marks then get recorded on benchmarks as XTs which brings the XT average score down. I was running loads of benchmarks on mine after flashing while I was tweaking. I got it to up to “XT” performance but it was a little noisy and ran fairly hot. So I just crank it down and run it between the two cards. Cost me £272 (Sapphire Pulse) ! If I need the extra speed in the future I’ll just crank it up again and play a bit more with power and voltage.
Edited by: "iceburglettuce" 4th Jan
I have this card paid£405 on black friday does this deal come with the free game and xbox live
iceburglettuce04/01/2020 02:21

One area where AMD have fallen foul is where people flash their 5700s to …One area where AMD have fallen foul is where people flash their 5700s to 5700XTs. Once done, without further tweaking they don’t perform much better than the vanilla version, but still report as an XT.These marks then get recorded on benchmarks as XTs which brings the XT average score down. I was running loads of benchmarks on mine after flashing while I was tweaking. I got it to up to “XT” performance but it was a little noisy and ran fairly hot. So I just crank it down and run it between the two cards. Cost me £272 (Sapphire Pulse) ! If I need the extra speed in the future I’ll just crank it up again and play a bit more with power and voltage.


Didn't know that was possible for a 5700 to identify as 5700xt, with the 1080ti if you overclock to much it goes awol and shuts the pc down
McTabish03/01/2020 17:29

Can you imagine spending £400 on a 3 year old card that has been run …Can you imagine spending £400 on a 3 year old card that has been run within an inch of its life. I'll take 3 less fps in my games and go for the 5700 xt cheers.


How is this even an argument. No warranty on £400 spend.
Qq12121205/01/2020 00:59

How is this even an argument. No warranty on £400 spend.

What argument?
Edited by: "DealsDen101" 5th Jan
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