Unfortunately, this deal is no longer valid
Sapphire RADEON RX 5700 8GB GDDR6 Graphics Card £294.72 at Ebuyer / eBay - Free Borderlands 3
346° Expired

Sapphire RADEON RX 5700 8GB GDDR6 Graphics Card £294.72 at Ebuyer / eBay - Free Borderlands 3

£294.72£3198%eBay Deals
13
Posted 28th Oct

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Under £300, great card at fair price.

3318056.jpgSpecification
•GPU: Radeon™ RX 5700 Graphics

•Stream Processors: Up to 2304 unit

•Compute Units: 36

•Base Clock: 1465 MHz

•Game Clock: 1625 MHz

•Boost Clock: Up to 1725 MHz

•Memory Speed: 14 Gbps

•Memory Size: 8192 MB

•Memory Interface: 256 bit DDR6

•Firmware: UEFI BIOS

•Form Factor: 2 slot, ATX

•Cooler Fan: Blower Fan

•Bus Support: x16 PCIe4.0

•External Power: 1 x 8p + 1 x 6p
Community Updates

Groups

13 Comments
Not bad. Hoping something will beat the £330 XT deal from amazon a few months back
jaydeeuk128/10/2019 12:08

Not bad. Hoping something will beat the £330 XT deal from amazon a few …Not bad. Hoping something will beat the £330 XT deal from amazon a few months back


Flash the XT bios onto this and it basically becomes an XT for £295.
So basically a 5700 for 275, guessing the code can be sold.

This is just as good as the vega 56 deal for 225 posted a while back. The 5700 is a seriously fast card, especially if you flash it.
I am building a new rig and was going to get a 5700 XT for ~ 400 - how do you guys think this would compare when using a 1440p 144hz freesync monitor, worth getting instead?
no_luka28/10/2019 13:24

I am building a new rig and was going to get a 5700 XT for ~ 400 - how do …I am building a new rig and was going to get a 5700 XT for ~ 400 - how do you guys think this would compare when using a 1440p 144hz freesync monitor, worth getting instead?


You likely won't notice the difference. Both the XT and this can tear through anything at 1440p. There's a 10% or so difference, easily closed with the Bios flash.
Save a hundred quid, you won't notice I've got an XT, btw.
Solado28/10/2019 12:12

Flash the XT bios onto this and it basically becomes an XT for £295.


If you flash the bios, you lose any warranty whatsoever and also run the risk of the VRM on the card not being able to handle the extra power needed for the XT model.

I would rather pay £50 more and get an XT, if you wanna play at 1440p. If 1080p, a 5700 will be good enough for couple of years least.
I’ve been advised to get an nvidia card if I want to play games at 1080p and stream to twitch due to the specific architecture of the cards.

However, everything I read says the 5700/5700XT are superior cards! (For example in comparison to the 2060 which is on today too for the same price)

I’m confused!
abhijitdash12328/10/2019 14:00

If you flash the bios, you lose any warranty whatsoever and also run the …If you flash the bios, you lose any warranty whatsoever and also run the risk of the VRM on the card not being able to handle the extra power needed for the XT model.I would rather pay £50 more and get an XT, if you wanna play at 1440p. If 1080p, a 5700 will be good enough for couple of years least.


Indeed there's a risk, probably best just to use powerplay tables. You can still squeeze 10% out.

Definately don't agree on the 5700 1080p XT 1440p, simply not true. The 5700 is marginally slower, it will handle 1440p just fine, with 60fps+ in any title you throw at it, only Metro Exodus will need lowered settings. Powerplay tables take you to a stock XT, whcih every reviewer agrees is a superb 1440p card.

Bear in mind, a 5700 is equal to a 2060 super. Add in Trixx boost, and its a whole lost more effective at high res.
ryanboyle8128/10/2019 17:37

I’ve been advised to get an nvidia card if I want to play games at 1080p a …I’ve been advised to get an nvidia card if I want to play games at 1080p and stream to twitch due to the specific architecture of the cards. However, everything I read says the 5700/5700XT are superior cards! (For example in comparison to the 2060 which is on today too for the same price)I’m confused!


There are no cards in the market that are as exciting as the RX 5700 and RX 5700 XT for 1440p gaming in current games, so 1080p is a breeze. There is no reason at this point in time to pay Nvidia tax and get a Nvidia card.
Edited by: "abhijitdash123" 28th Oct
This seems a bargain?

This or wait for black Friday and hope a 5700 XT comes up? I'm fine at 1080p for at least the next 6 months as my monitor is only 60Hz....
Would i be able to sell Borderlands separately?

Need a new card but only really play racing sims.
ryanboyle8128/10/2019 17:37

I’ve been advised to get an nvidia card if I want to play games at 1080p a …I’ve been advised to get an nvidia card if I want to play games at 1080p and stream to twitch due to the specific architecture of the cards. However, everything I read says the 5700/5700XT are superior cards! (For example in comparison to the 2060 which is on today too for the same price)I’m confused!


Yeah it's because NVIDIA has NVENC which sets aside a small percentage of the GPU for video encoding. A 1 PC gaming and streaming setup is probably best with NVIDIA because of this. In raw power, the Radeon is better though
specsmccoy29/10/2019 14:59

Yeah it's because NVIDIA has NVENC which sets aside a small percentage of …Yeah it's because NVIDIA has NVENC which sets aside a small percentage of the GPU for video encoding. A 1 PC gaming and streaming setup is probably best with NVIDIA because of this. In raw power, the Radeon is better though


Yeah I use this for my steamlink. Kind of annoyed that AMD has no real equivalent.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text