Sapphire Radeon RX 590 NITRO+ 8GB Graphics Card Special Edition, £248.99 at CCLOnline (3 games free)
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Sapphire Radeon RX 590 NITRO+ 8GB Graphics Card Special Edition, £248.99 at CCLOnline (3 games free)

£248.99£265.326%CCLOnline Deals
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Found 12th Feb
Good price for this special edition card, free delivery.
  • 8GB Graphics Memory
  • Interface Type - PCI Express
  • Cooler Type - Dynamic Fan
  • Outputs - HDMI, DVI and Display Port
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Spend and extra fifty and get a Vega56, it'll be worth it. Undervolt and OC to Vega64 speeds and should last you a good while.

£300 at overclockers and you still get the three games (which have a sell on value of £50 at the moment).
Edited by: "powerbrick" 12th Feb
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Spend and extra fifty and get a Vega56, it'll be worth it. Undervolt and OC to Vega64 speeds and should last you a good while.

£300 at overclockers and you still get the three games (which have a sell on value of £50 at the moment).
Edited by: "powerbrick" 12th Feb
Would this work with the MSI B350?
LazybeatX22 m ago

Yes


Thanks dude, I’m just about to start my first venture into building a PC. Mainly used for games and editing (I have a HP workstation for Avid but it’s not great) so thinking the Ryzen 5 2600 or Ryzen 7, MSI Tomahawk B350, 32gb of ram and undecided on a GFX card atm so this may be an option. Everyone recommends the GTX1070...
Edited by: "imsomethingyournot" 12th Feb
I highly recommend the Ryzen 2600 as its still the best bang for the buck at under £150. I overclocked mine to a stable 4.2GHz with no problem at all. As for the GPU it really depends on the budget. I have an RTX 2060 and that was easily overclocked too. I'm basically touching gtx 1080 performance in most games even beating it in some. But the price is £330. Alot of people reccomend Vega 56 but if I where you I would try and pick up an 8gb rx 580 as its cheaper than this and this is definitely not worth the extra cash for the couple of fps extra and the higher power draw. As for the ram I would just get the fastest out of the box speeds for my budget. I suppose resolution comes into it too. If you are at 1080p the rx 580 will be perfect. Anything more then I'd say Vega 56 or rtx 2060 would be my go to cards.
Edited by: "LazybeatX" 12th Feb
powerbrick1 h, 29 m ago

Spend and extra fifty and get a Vega56, it'll be worth it. Undervolt and …Spend and extra fifty and get a Vega56, it'll be worth it. Undervolt and OC to Vega64 speeds and should last you a good while.£300 at overclockers and you still get the three games (which have a sell on value of £50 at the moment).


Where do you sell the games?
yarradabado35 m ago

Where do you sell the games?


Ocuk members market, av forums classifieds
imsomethingyournot4 h, 40 m ago

Thanks dude, I’m just about to start my first venture into building a PC. M …Thanks dude, I’m just about to start my first venture into building a PC. Mainly used for games and editing (I have a HP workstation for Avid but it’s not great) so thinking the Ryzen 5 2600 or Ryzen 7, MSI Tomahawk B350, 32gb of ram and undecided on a GFX card atm so this may be an option. Everyone recommends the GTX1070...



You could alternatively look into the RTX 2060 or the rumoured upcoming GTX 1660 TI. Both are comparable but I personally feel like the 2060 is a bit overpriced for what it is.

Meanwhile, I'm not sold on this 590. I'd probably stay far from it until the price drops to 1060 (6GB of course). It's literally just an overclocked 580... which is pretty much an overclocked 570... Sorry, but no support down this 590 avenue.

Edit: just browsed HUKD and came across the 1070 hotukdeals.com/dea…895. Unless you really want these games, I don't see any point in this gpu (590) at all.
Edited by: "anony_mous" 12th Feb
powerbrick18 h, 27 m ago

Spend and extra fifty and get a Vega56, it'll be worth it. Undervolt and …Spend and extra fifty and get a Vega56, it'll be worth it. Undervolt and OC to Vega64 speeds and should last you a good while.£300 at overclockers and you still get the three games (which have a sell on value of £50 at the moment).


I've been trying to do this with my rx580 but I can't seem to find online much help regarding it. Any advice ?
darrel.butcher25 m ago

I've been trying to do this with my rx580 but I can't seem to find online …I've been trying to do this with my rx580 but I can't seem to find online much help regarding it. Any advice ?



Try the MSI afterburner. The UI kinda sucks. You'll find the best improvement will be ramping up the memory clocks but that just makes it unstable so you want to just play around with that.
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