(Used) AMD Radeon RX 560 2GB DX12 Graphics Card (£1.50pp) £58 @ CEX
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(Used) AMD Radeon RX 560 2GB DX12 Graphics Card (£1.50pp) £58 @ CEX

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Found 11th Jul
Looks to be a bit of a bargain for latest budget AMD card. Not going to blow every game out of the water but things like Fortnite, perfect.
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not a bad deal for a entry level card
Very respectable price for this. Pity it's dual slot though as it would be a great upgrade for HTPC use and SFF PCs...
Would it work with a 240w PSU?
Oos now
HamzaOfBirmingham11th Jul

Would it work with a 240w PSU?


Just FYI, for models that don't require an extra power connector it's totally possible that the 240W PSU will be enough as the max power draw will be 75W. Entirely dependent on what else is in the PC though, and how efficient the PSU is. I've used a GTX 750 Ti in an old Dell Optiplex (i3 2120) with a 240W PSU without any problems.
If it's this card:
techpowerup.com/gpu…-gb
Then they usually appear on ebay around the £50 mark pulled from Dell machines. Great little card with a quiet fan that can stop completely, doesn't need additional power, and can do 5K over DP 1.3.
Great card for the money and what is even greater is seeing graphics cards down as a whole
Mind it's not a real 560 its the version with less compute units hence why its cheap
pcworld.com/art…tml
Definitely a pricing error seeing as the RX 460 sell for £70 in their site.
HamzaOfBirmingham11th Jul

Would it work with a 240w PSU?


It will probably be fine depending on how the rest of your PC is setup but I would presume if you have a 240W PSU, you're also using an SFF Dell/HP? Then this will be too big/tall and you'd want a low-profile. If it doesn't have the 6-pin connector, it shouldn't draw more than 75-80W but then you need to ensure your motherboard can offer that power.

dijital11th Jul

Definitely a pricing error seeing as the RX 460 sell for £70 in their site.



Not a pricing error, just CeX pricing things individually not relative to other items. For a good while they had 8GB R9 390s for £125 which was less than the 290 and 290X 4GB at £140 and £150 at the time just because it was much rarer, when it's popular like the 290 cards, they put the price up. It's dependent on how well the cards sell. I've had tons of GPUs from CeX, as long as you thoroughly test them, you should be fine - as I've had some duds as well (290 that blew up, HD7970 fans that wouldn't spin up).
Edited by: "plewis00" 11th Jul
plewis0054 m ago

It will probably be fine depending on how the rest of your PC is setup but …It will probably be fine depending on how the rest of your PC is setup but I would presume if you have a 240W PSU, you're also using an SFF Dell/HP? Then this will be too big/tall and you'd want a low-profile. If it doesn't have the 6-pin connector, it shouldn't draw more than 75-80W but then you need to ensure your motherboard can offer that power.Not a pricing error, just CeX pricing things individually not relative to other items. For a good while they had 8GB R9 390s for £125 which was less than the 290 and 290X 4GB at £140 and £150 at the time just because it was much rarer, when it's popular like the 290 cards, they put the price up. It's dependent on how well the cards sell. I've had tons of GPUs from CeX, as long as you thoroughly test them, you should be fine - as I've had some duds as well (290 that blew up, HD7970 fans that wouldn't spin up).



Ive worked for them for over five years, trust me. its a mistake.
TheDodger4 h, 24 m ago

Great card for the money and what is even greater is seeing graphics cards …Great card for the money and what is even greater is seeing graphics cards down as a whole


Cx
Says out of stock!
dijital1 h, 27 m ago

Ive worked for them for over five years, trust me. its a mistake.


I’m not sure how that qualifies it! I still don’t think they price relative to other items just the going rate because many items are priced irregularly including grade C sometimes more than B.

I also don’t get how you have survived 5 years - I’m guessing a corporate store or management? As they actually run those much better. The franchisee stores, I literally wonder how or why they even opened, the lack of business acumen is astounding - a laptop packed in a Jiffy bag I’ve seen a few times, stick of RAM in a paper envelope...
Not bad!

Orrrrr, you could buy a faster R9 270x for £50
uk.webuy.com/pro…2ga

Or an even faster GTX 760 for £55:

uk.webuy.com/pro…5ga

Lose dx12 (not that any of these are fast enough to make much of the extra shinies) and a few pence of electricity, but decent, console thrashing 1080p gaming all round.
I picked up a GTX760 2gb for my sons pc from them for £65 on Sunday......seems they have put them up £5 since then?.
Traded my old AMD 7950 as I have got myself a 1060 3gb to replace it.
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