Standalone Sapphire Radeon RX Vega 64 8GB HBM2 Graphics Card £469.99 @ Scan
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Standalone Sapphire Radeon RX Vega 64 8GB HBM2 Graphics Card £469.99 @ Scan

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Found 11th Sep 2017
Limited Offer Price on Standalone Radeon RX Vega64 - Once It's Gone, It's Gone !!!
Save a chunk of cash with this special offer on this standalone Sapphire Vega64 graphics card! With limited stock, and high demand, this offer is strictly one card per customer, but destined to sell-out fast!

Please note: Standalone cards DO NOT include the games promotion. This is the retail boxed graphics card only.

Vega has arrived. Probably the most anticipated graphics cards architecture for years, the flagship line of Radeon RX Vega64 graphics cards are now available to buy from Scan. Coming initially in three different flavours - no matter if your priority is style, value or ultimate performance, Team Red has a card to suit you & your gaming rig.

This Sapphire Radeon RX Vega64 graphics card features a blower-style cooler with a stealthy black backplate & shroud, making it ideal for those who prefer much more understated graphics card designs. It is subtle in looks alone, since all Vega64 graphics cards from Scan feature a massive 4096 stream processors, paired up with 8 Gigabytes of the latest HBM2 Memory, for out-of-this world performance.FeaturesRadeon VR Ready
Experience beautifully rich and immersive VR environments and gameplay, augmented by player comfort and effortless compatibility.

Radeon™ Chill
A power-saving feature that dynamically regulates frame rate based on your in-game movements. Radeon™ Chill can improve power efficiency and can lower temperatures for supported products and games when enabled through Radeon™ Settings.

Radeon™ ReLive
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Push your hardware to the limit. Radeon WattMan takes power and efficiency to whole new levels with one-click Auto Power Save Performance Profiles. Improved user control allows for complete customizability with your Radeon RX Vega graphics card.

Radeon FreeSync 2
AMD FreeSync™ technology puts an end to choppy gameplay and broken frames with fluid, artifact-free, performance at virtually any framerate.

AMD Eyefinty Technology
Run multiple displays from a single graphics board and expand your gaming field of view across all displays.

GCN Architecture
A new design for AMD’s unified graphics processing and compute cores that allows them to achieve higher utilization for improved performance and efficiency.

Microsoft Windows® 7 64bit Support
Comprehensive OS supports the latest Windows 7 64bit functionality and Driver support.

Microsoft Windows® 10 64bit Support
Comprehensive OS supports the latest Windows 10 64bit functionality and Driver support.

Vulkan™
Next-generation API support for high-performance real-time graphics. Taking the best and brightest parts of Mantle to serve as its foundation, Vulkan™ is going to be one new and uniquely powerful graphics API.

Virtual Super Resolution
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im in need of an upgrade but be dammed if im filling the pockets of retailers who inflate prices because of mining craze. my little old sapphire 7950 will do untill the craziy prices subside, probally in 2030
aberboy00720 m ago

im in need of an upgrade but be dammed if im filling the pockets of …im in need of an upgrade but be dammed if im filling the pockets of retailers who inflate prices because of mining craze. my little old sapphire 7950 will do untill the craziy prices subside, probally in 2030

A miner would probably chew your arm off for that 7950.
I'd wait for the aftermarket versions. The fan on this is too loud.
These have been available for some time, at this price. But that said, will probably go out of stock soon - so if you're interested, grab one now.

Personally I decided to wait for the custom cards, and it has been an agonising, soul searching ordeal that will continue until I can order one of the bloody things..... IF I can order one of the things. Whenever the get released.

Next time I'm going nvidia, guys. Ridiculous G-Sync prices be damned.
OnlyJoeKing10 m ago

These have been available for some time, at this price. But that said, …These have been available for some time, at this price. But that said, will probably go out of stock soon - so if you're interested, grab one now.Personally I decided to wait for the custom cards, and it has been an agonising, soul searching ordeal that will continue until I can order one of the bloody things..... IF I can order one of the things. Whenever the get released.Next time I'm going nvidia, guys. Ridiculous G-Sync prices be damned.


I'm in the same boat. What a wait for release and what a disappointment in performance and price. I nearly bought the £275 980ti deal last week. The only reason I didn't is my lovely 27" freesync monitor. I regret now because that was a great price.
Oneday771 h, 3 m ago

A miner would probably chew your arm off for that 7950.

Would a miner appreciate a HD 7870 Tahiti?
Rhythmeister6 m ago

Would a miner appreciate a HD 7870 Tahiti?


i been looking at mining, not to do, but to see what its all about, did read that hd7950 are getting around 20MH/s, no idea if thats good or bad mind. just want prices to return to normality sometime
greysquaill42 m ago

I'm in the same boat. What a wait for release and what a disappointment in …I'm in the same boat. What a wait for release and what a disappointment in performance and price. I nearly bought the £275 980ti deal last week. The only reason I didn't is my lovely 27" freesync monitor. I regret now because that was a great price.

To be honest mate, while it's not exactly exciting, I'm OK with the performance. It's basically met my needs for a 3440x1440 screen (just).

What's been really painful is the never ending delays. I bought my freesync screen before the R480 came out, expecting some new more powerful card to upgrade my R390.

Now we're what, 3 generations later, and only just seeing something significantly more powerful? With loads more delays and a mining inflated market? It's pretty depressing and had sucked a lot of the fun out of it for me.

More fool me really for buying in anticipation of something around the corner. The lesson is next time, buy for the tech available at the time.

If I was coming to market now for the first time, I think Vega 64 and a 3440x1440 freesync screen would still offer a compelling offer, perhaps even the sweet spot price/performance wise at that resolution, but the non stop delays have really pissed on my bonfire.

Oh well. First world problems & all that!
OnlyJoeKing13 m ago

To be honest mate, while it's not exactly exciting, I'm OK with the …To be honest mate, while it's not exactly exciting, I'm OK with the performance. It's basically met my needs for a 3440x1440 screen (just).What's been really painful is the never ending delays. I bought my freesync screen before the R480 came out, expecting some new more powerful card to upgrade my R390.Now we're what, 3 generations later, and only just seeing something significantly more powerful? With loads more delays and a mining inflated market? It's pretty depressing and had sucked a lot of the fun out of it for me.More fool me really for buying in anticipation of something around the corner. The lesson is next time, buy for the tech available at the time.If I was coming to market now for the first time, I think Vega 64 and a 3440x1440 freesync screen would still offer a compelling offer, perhaps even the sweet spot price/performance wise at that resolution, but the non stop delays have really pissed on my bonfire.Oh well. First world problems & all that!


I'm still using my R9 290 along with my 2560x1440 freesync monitor which still does a decent job for many games. The 390, 480 and 580 were not good enough reasons to upgrade so I decided to wait it out for Vega. I'd happily upgrade to either the Vega 56 or 64 but the prices aren't as competitive as I'd hoped. Seriously contemplated grabbing a 1070/1080 when they were a bit cheaper a few months back but I resent having to pay more again for a gsync monitor.

I might just hold onto my 290 for another year instead
So, standalone means you dont need to plug it into a computer to make it work??


(Sorry, just asking for all the blondes out there)
aberboy0073 h, 15 m ago

i been looking at mining, not to do, but to see what its all about, did …i been looking at mining, not to do, but to see what its all about, did read that hd7950 are getting around 20MH/s, no idea if thats good or bad mind. just want prices to return to normality sometime


That was a year ago, now they do about 10MH/s with massive power consumption so it's not worth it (even if it was once upon a time, they suffer massive slowdown as the DAG increases) - use it and keep it for gaming, it's more fun!
I posted the previous one, got cold very quick for some reason.
I've got the card since and it works well on 25600x1600, balanced mode gives you power but if you need quiet you can just switch to power save mode and tadaa.
I upgraded to a Radeon Nano for a reasonable price just over a year ago, and I think that will do me for another couple of years until the performance upgrade is actually significant.
Anybody getting a Vega should be undervolting and overclocking.

Lots of good results on Reddit over stock.
What puts me off about these cards is the 295W vs my current GTX 970 at 148W.

Although winter is coming, I could use it to heat my house.
Oneday7714 h, 48 m ago

A miner would probably chew your arm off for that 7950.


Not likely, given the hashrate is only 12-14 Mh/s (even that is ambitious) and the power usage will be very high.
Edited by: "ollie87" 12th Sep 2017
I've been plodding along with my R9-280 for what seems like years, waiting for the Vega, thinking that we were going to get 1080 beating performance at a lower price point. However, the price/power/wattage now has me looking for a decently priced 1080 thinking that i'll sell and upgrade to a Volta when they come out.
To anyone who is even considering buying one of these over a GTX1080, I've got a jar of magic beans I can sell you.
Al3xander2 h, 12 m ago

What puts me off about these cards is the 295W vs my current GTX 970 at …What puts me off about these cards is the 295W vs my current GTX 970 at 148W.Although winter is coming, I could use it to heat my house.


It's also twice as fast. I'd still go for a GTX 1070 though.
Gotta love the 'Frequently Bought Together' on that page...
Oneday7717 h, 59 m ago

A miner would probably chew your arm off for that 7950.



I'd be very interested in finding one. I've waited forever for Vega and after everything it's disappointed me massively (I'm an AMD fan). I just ordered a GTX 1080 so my 7950 will be ready to find a new home in a week.
plewis0012th Sep

That was a year ago, now they do about 10MH/s with massive power …That was a year ago, now they do about 10MH/s with massive power consumption so it's not worth it (even if it was once upon a time, they suffer massive slowdown as the DAG increases) - use it and keep it for gaming, it's more fun!


whats the best for mining then?

asking for a friend...
jaheermk58 m ago

whats the best for mining then? asking for a friend...


An RX 480 is currently the best AMD card for price, power consumption and speed or you can use Vega with some heavy tweaking. R9 290/390 is good if you don't care about power usage. On the nVidia side a GTX 1070 or 1080 is best.

But given the massive difficulty increase recently, tell your 'friend' not to waste his time as a single card mining is virtually pointless - if you want in to crypto, just buy the coins outright, getting ROI is nearly impossible now
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