SAPPHIRE Radeon RX 570 PULSE ITX 4 GB GDDR5 DP/HDMI/DVI-D Graphics Card - pre-order - £156.61 @ Amazon
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SAPPHIRE Radeon RX 570 PULSE ITX 4 GB GDDR5 DP/HDMI/DVI-D Graphics Card - pre-order - £156.61 @ Amazon

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Found 16th Sep 2017
Pre order so unknown delivery date but free 30 days return and price guarantee so probably worth the punt if you are not in rush.



SAPPHIRE RADEON RX 570 PULSE ITX 4096MB GDDR5 PCI-EXPRESS GRAPHICS CARD
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    "SAPPHIRE RADEON RX 570 PULSE ITX 4096MB GDDR5 PCI-EXPRESS GRAPHICS CARD"Whether you’re new to PC gaming or you’re looking to push your existing rig forward, the SAPPHIRE Pulse range has everything that a modern gamer needs. Featuring a range of high performance cards to match your budget so that you can game the way that you want to without breaking the bank. Pulse products have great performance and are engineered to last. All SAPPHIRE PULSE cards come with the performance parts you need for an excellent gaming experience at a price you can afford.



    Specification:
    - GPU: AMD Radeon RX570
    - Engine Clock: NA MHz (Default)
    - Boost Clock: 1244 MHz
    - Stream Processor: 2048
    - Memory: 4GB/256bit GDDR5
    - Memory Clock: 7000 MHz
    - UEFI Ready: Yes
    - Display Output: DL-DVI-D / HDMI / DisplayPort
    - Form Factor: 2 slot, ATX
    - Cooling Fan: 90mm15 x 1
    - Cooling Module: 2 x 6mm HeatPipe (Nickel-Plate)
    - Power Design: 4 Phase Digital Power
    - PCB Layers: 6 Layers
    - External Power Connector: 1x6
    - Board Dimension: 170 x 112 x 36mm
    - Warranty: 3 Years
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Seems to be very close in performance to the GTX 1060 3gb. The latter just beats it though, but is around the £180 mark at the moment. Have some heat
Edited by: "scroterot" 16th Sep 2017
Isn't this for minng? (D branding) Anyhow, hot deal.
Similar price to 1050ti but assume this is much better?
I picked up a GT1030 for my DVB software recently not a bad little card and cheap
I'd pay £20 more for a 1060, faster and hell of a lot more efficient for gaming.
Really good deal. Not really the model I'd want though (the 2 fan models would be quieter and able to sustain a higher oc). Very tempted to order to hedge my bets with the rx580 8gb already on order.
Edited by: "ckweston22" 16th Sep 2017
Big jump from a 1050 Ti
iLikeDiscount2 h, 42 m ago

Similar price to 1050ti but assume this is much better?

Significantly better.
jaydeeuk12 h, 58 m ago

I'd pay £20 more for a 1060, faster and hell of a lot more efficient for …I'd pay £20 more for a 1060, faster and hell of a lot more efficient for gaming.

Good to know. I'm waiting for the 1060 6gb version to stabilise at around £225 (preferably less!) for my new build.
jaydeeuk14 h, 1 m ago

I'd pay £20 more for a 1060, faster and hell of a lot more efficient for …I'd pay £20 more for a 1060, faster and hell of a lot more efficient for gaming.


Depending who is doing the tests

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-156.61 is cheap, do they pay us to take it away
scroterot2 h, 48 m ago

Good to know. I'm waiting for the 1060 6gb version to stabilise at around …Good to know. I'm waiting for the 1060 6gb version to stabilise at around £225 (preferably less!) for my new build.


How long are you willing to wait? 3 months, or longer? RAM prices are still on the up, so it may take longer than expected, as it is impacting the manufacturers of these cards as much as the end user. You might be lucky and catch an offer on one, but I'd set up an alert since it looks like the new normal is going to be slightly higher than it was before.
Is the current dip in bit coin value indicative that the graphics card price might drop too?
Plus things will kick off with north Korea by Xmas, could be a regional war, could end up messy. Prices are not coming down in the short term anyway.
scottswaha5 m ago

Is the current dip in bit coin value indicative that the graphics card …Is the current dip in bit coin value indicative that the graphics card price might drop too?


Well, there might be lower demand for graphics cards but I don't think it would significantly drop anytime soon. The market will correct itself within a month or two anyways
Szabster8 m ago

Well, there might be lower demand for graphics cards but I don't think it …Well, there might be lower demand for graphics cards but I don't think it would significantly drop anytime soon. The market will correct itself within a month or two anyways



Here's hoping!
Price won't go down quick unless the retailers are stocked up and the competition kicks in.at this stage there are massive issues with availability so no one is rushing to reduce the price,even if they have cards in stock.

Used mining rigs started to show up more often but that's still far from flooding the market, the speculators keeps the cryptocurrency market alive as nothing give them similar returns. It may continue for a while but certainly there are going to be fewer newcomers mining - wise so the situation should improve very soon.

a proper cryptocurrency crash will come anyway, it is just a matter of time so this is when we get the graphic cards significantly cheaper, regardless of the high memory cost.
Edited by: "7777777" 16th Sep 2017
jaydeeuk11 h, 59 m ago

Plus things will kick off with north Korea by Xmas, could be a regional …Plus things will kick off with north Korea by Xmas, could be a regional war, could end up messy. Prices are not coming down in the short term anyway.


If that happens then Seoul would be decimated in hours and literally millions of people killed on both sides. I hope that it can be avoided, Kim Jong is a nutter but attacking him with conventional weapons will not work at all. Plus America were lucky in WW2 it was an easy job for them, they have a track record of messing up, they thought they could defeat a small country called Vietnam which is not a lot bigger than the UK and it ended up in a 10 year war where they effectively lost and had to leave. Lastly the USA has arguably the worst leader in their history after G W Bush, so it's a recipe for disaster.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 16th Sep 2017
fishmaster46 m ago

If that happens then Seoul would be decimated in hours and literally …If that happens then Seoul would be decimated in hours and literally millions of people killed on both sides. I hope that it can be avoided, Kim Jong is a nutter but attacking him with conventional weapons will not work at all. Plus America were lucky in WW2 it was an easy job for them, they have a track record of messing up, they thought they could defeat a small country called Vietnam which is not a lot bigger than the UK and it ended up in a 10 year war where they effectively lost and had to leave. Lastly the USA has arguably the worst leader in their history after G W Bush, so it's a recipe for disaster.


Wow, a thread about a graphics card turns into a political statement about big bad America and those nasty republicans.

Do people like you never take a day off?
fishmaster1 h, 6 m ago

If that happens then Seoul would be decimated in hours and literally …If that happens then Seoul would be decimated in hours and literally millions of people killed on both sides. I hope that it can be avoided, Kim Jong is a nutter but attacking him with conventional weapons will not work at all. Plus America were lucky in WW2 it was an easy job for them, they have a track record of messing up, they thought they could defeat a small country called Vietnam which is not a lot bigger than the UK and it ended up in a 10 year war where they effectively lost and had to leave. Lastly the USA has arguably the worst leader in their history after G W Bush, so it's a recipe for disaster.


Attack now and NK 'might' be able to load a nuke in to a warhead that can hit Seoul or Guam.
Wait 12 months and it might well have one that can hit London.

Seoul are as guilty as Obama for faffing about, penning strongly worded letters etc which have achieved nothing. The world has 6 months, possibly less before we reach the brink of no return and have to accept them as a nuclear power, bullying the US, UK, Japan, SK and Australia much to Russia's and to a lesser extent the chinese's glee.

Imagine if Chechnya had nukes and threatening to drop one on Moscow, or Taiwan telling China they will wipe them off the map, could you see Putin or Jinping p*ssing about with luxury car sanctions or banning sale of perfume, or would they go in all guns blazing while they still have the bigger sticks?
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 16th Sep 2017
Ev0lution29 m ago

Wow, a thread about a graphics card turns into a political statement about …Wow, a thread about a graphics card turns into a political statement about big bad America and those nasty republicans. Do people like you never take a day off?


Some one mentioned it I replied. It was lot more interesting than what you had to say, I literally almost feel asleep when you posted.
scroterot11 h, 31 m ago

Seems to be very close in performance to the GTX 1060 3gb. The latter just …Seems to be very close in performance to the GTX 1060 3gb. The latter just beats it though, but is around the £180 mark at the moment. Have some heat


A lot of 'experts' seem to disagree ... eg the Benchmarking king himself
jaydeeuk110 h, 53 m ago

I'd pay £20 more for a 1060, faster and hell of a lot more efficient for …I'd pay £20 more for a 1060, faster and hell of a lot more efficient for gaming.


Hexus tested the card here:

hexus.net/tec…gb/

In a number of games it's close to an aftermarket GTX1060 6GB.
Ev0lution2 h, 50 m ago

Wow, a thread about a graphics card turns into a political statement about …Wow, a thread about a graphics card turns into a political statement about big bad America and those nasty republicans. Do people like you never take a day off?

Well it IS big and they're bad for the planet and it's inhabitants due to its agricultural practices. Being concerned about the planet is a full time job I find.
I suspect you'll be waiting a helluva long time for this. I ordered a very (very!) similar card under the same Amazon status ("This item has not yet been released"). That was back on 19th June. Still waiting
Remember the Rx570 4gb and 1060 3gb are all cut down versions not just in memory size but also clock speed and other features. One site I read said the 1060 3gb was only a 1060 card by name.

The 8gb rx580 is currently £219 on Amazon. So £50 more than this on pre order. That has a suggested release of mid October. Pends what you want in terms of performance. RX580 is more future proofing? 4gb today may limit games in the future?
Edited by: "gummby" 16th Sep 2017
Uncommon.Sense8 h, 1 m ago

How long are you willing to wait? 3 months, or longer? RAM prices are …How long are you willing to wait? 3 months, or longer? RAM prices are still on the up, so it may take longer than expected, as it is impacting the manufacturers of these cards as much as the end user. You might be lucky and catch an offer on one, but I'd set up an alert since it looks like the new normal is going to be slightly higher than it was before.

I'm in no rush and could easily wait another 2 years before building my ideal PC. I'm actually toying with the idea of a Nintendo Switch in the meantime. In comparison it looks FUN, not drop-everything-and-play-for-a-month-intense gaming you get with most games these days.
scroterot9 h, 15 m ago

I'm in no rush and could easily wait another 2 years before building my …I'm in no rush and could easily wait another 2 years before building my ideal PC. I'm actually toying with the idea of a Nintendo Switch in the meantime. In comparison it looks FUN, not drop-everything-and-play-for-a-month-intense gaming you get with most games these days.



Pends what your current build is. I just upgraded from a core2duo to a Ryzen 1600. Massive improvement after 10 years. Snatched a 1060 6gb card for £230 after postage. Got a bit lucky on that front after spotting a deal on here. I tried the waiting game for 2+ years. At some point you just have to set a date and build it. I recycled HD, SSD and dvdrw drive. You might even be able to reuse case and power supply pending on it's age and if it's not a OEM build like Dell.

I think bitcoin mining is here to stay. Prices may go up and down but they would have to crash hugely for the craze to stop. $200 for bitcoin currency is likely still profitable for many. Some may have already paid off their rig costs. It will take the market months if not years to recover from the current stock shortages. The manufacturers are not increasing production. So supply issues could last for months if not years. The RX 580 would be much better for 1080p gaming.
gummby5 h, 1 m ago

Pends what your current build is. I just upgraded from a core2duo to a …Pends what your current build is. I just upgraded from a core2duo to a Ryzen 1600. Massive improvement after 10 years. Snatched a 1060 6gb card for £230 after postage. Got a bit lucky on that front after spotting a deal on here. I tried the waiting game for 2+ years. At some point you just have to set a date and build it. I recycled HD, SSD and dvdrw drive. You might even be able to reuse case and power supply pending on it's age and if it's not a OEM build like Dell.I think bitcoin mining is here to stay. Prices may go up and down but they would have to crash hugely for the craze to stop. $200 for bitcoin currency is likely still profitable for many. Some may have already paid off their rig costs. It will take the market months if not years to recover from the current stock shortages. The manufacturers are not increasing production. So supply issues could last for months if not years. The RX 580 would be much better for 1080p gaming.

I would like to buy everything around black Friday. Similar to you, I can recycle my old PSU and HDD, but want to upgrade to a 240gb ssd for the OS and programs. I really want to stay below the £600 mark including £230 for the gtx 1060 6gb.
scroterot1 h, 23 m ago

I would like to buy everything around black Friday. Similar to you, I can …I would like to buy everything around black Friday. Similar to you, I can recycle my old PSU and HDD, but want to upgrade to a 240gb ssd for the OS and programs. I really want to stay below the £600 mark including £230 for the gtx 1060 6gb.


Oh I couldn't recycle my case or PSU. I had bought an SSD a few years back on black Friday. I was able to upgrade Windows 7 for free. Just pick the savings where the performance isn't. Graphics, CPU and ram are the big costs here. 8gb vs 16gb can save loads! RX580 vs RX570 too another £50. Ryzen 1600 vs Ryzen 1200 another £100. Choices! Or wait? You can always buy parts now if you find them cheap on here.
gummby1 h, 31 m ago

Oh I couldn't recycle my case or PSU. I had bought an SSD a few years back …Oh I couldn't recycle my case or PSU. I had bought an SSD a few years back on black Friday. I was able to upgrade Windows 7 for free. Just pick the savings where the performance isn't. Graphics, CPU and ram are the big costs here. 8gb vs 16gb can save loads! RX580 vs RX570 too another £50. Ryzen 1600 vs Ryzen 1200 another £100. Choices! Or wait? You can always buy parts now if you find them cheap on here.

That's the plan, to keep looking out for good deals on various parts on here. I've got my mind set on Intel over Amd, for overall performance. Im starting off with the G4560, which i know is limiting but id rather invest more in the gpu than cpu for now. Only 8gb of ram in a good value Mobo for around £50 that supports 32gb ram (bonus if it supports 64gb). I've used PC part picker and have got a list ready, but want to buy as many of the parts as I can at the same time at best price (most likely Black Friday).
scroterot1 h, 57 m ago

That's the plan, to keep looking out for good deals on various parts on …That's the plan, to keep looking out for good deals on various parts on here. I've got my mind set on Intel over Amd, for overall performance. Im starting off with the G4560, which i know is limiting but id rather invest more in the gpu than cpu for now. Only 8gb of ram in a good value Mobo for around £50 that supports 32gb ram (bonus if it supports 64gb). I've used PC part picker and have got a list ready, but want to buy as many of the parts as I can at the same time at best price (most likely Black Friday).


I used UK part picker too to get an idea on products and users views. Great for finding good prices too. Only issue with G4560 is it's not quad core but has 4 threads. Great budget CPU though. Intel's 8th edition CPU is coming out in October? Do not expect any giveaway price wise. The i3 will be quad core. For your budget maybe Kabylake Intel is way to go. Of course you won't be able to swap in a 6 core CPU in a few years time. Intel are moving to a new socket AGAIN!
777777716th Sep

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Well, did you watch your video?

Because his conclusion was: The 1060 3gb and the 570 were nearly identical at 1080p, with the 1060 3gb coming out 2% ahead.

He has the exact conclusion that you were disagreeing with.

Maybe there is something lost in the discussion?
Nate14924 h, 55 m ago

Well, did you watch your video?Because his conclusion was: The 1060 3gb …Well, did you watch your video?Because his conclusion was: The 1060 3gb and the 570 were nearly identical at 1080p, with the 1060 3gb coming out 2% ahead.He has the exact conclusion that you were disagreeing with.Maybe there is something lost in the discussion?


What video?
77777775 h, 56 m ago

What video?


Sorry, mixed users up,
bazdotdoc16th Sep

A lot of 'experts' seem to disagree ... eg the Benchmarking king himself …A lot of 'experts' seem to disagree ... eg the Benchmarking king himself [Video]


This guy's video shows the 1060 3gb is 2% faster than the 570... But the impression he seems to make is that this video disagrees with, but I don't know which way. *shrug*
I was going to buy an Rx 560 4gb but just saw this and pre-ordered it.
So if I preorder this right now at £156 will I pay that even if the price rises? Other sites have this card listed at over £200.
sato2 h, 53 m ago

So if I preorder this right now at £156 will I pay that even if the price …So if I preorder this right now at £156 will I pay that even if the price rises? Other sites have this card listed at over £200.


That's correct.

The Youtube and web reviewers suggest decent oc capabilities and fairly quiet operation,especially taking into account the small factor form.

Allegedly, the other sapphire pulse (Rx 580 8gb) offered as a pre order too, should be in stock in the middle of next month so let's hope this one will get delivered about the same time or earlier.
Edited by: "7777777" 18th Sep 2017
Lukedotv16th Sep

Isn't this for minng? (D branding) Anyhow, hot deal.


I can't see any reference to a D number, eg 570D. The 560D is a rebadged 460. But I can't see any evidence of any difference on this 570. The Amazon page says The specs look correct.

SAPPHIRE Radeon RX 570 PULSE ITX 4 GB GDDR5 DP/HDMI/DVI-D Graphics Card
DVI-D means it has one Digital only DVI connection and not a DVI/VGA connection like older cards have.
Two other websites have the expected stock arrival date as 28/09/17 and 30/09/17 so hopefully won't be a very long wait
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