XFX Radeon RX 470 4GB GDDR5 Graphics Card £169.98 with Free Hitman game @ Ebuyer
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XFX Radeon RX 470 4GB GDDR5 Graphics Card £169.98 with Free Hitman game @ Ebuyer

£169.98
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Found 30th Dec 2016Made hot 30th Dec 2016
Been on the hunt for a half decent card and was considering the GTX 1050 ti, though for the small increase in price, this card would give a fair whack more in performance.

Specifications

Manufacturer - XFX

Model Number - RX-470P4LDB6

Product Name - AMD Radeon RX 470

Bus Type - PCI-E 3.0

GPU Clock - 1256MHz

Stream Processors - 2048

Memory Bus - 256 bit

Memory Clock - 7.0 GHz

Memory Size - 4GB

Memory Type - DDR5

Card Profil - Dual

Thermal Solution - DD Fansink

Outputs

Dual link Support - Y

Max Supported Resolution (DIGITAL) - 4096 x 2160

Output - Display Port - 3

Output - HDMI - 1

Output - DL-DVI-D - 1

Features

Display Port ready - 1.4

HDMI Ready - 2.0b

Requirements

External Power - 6-pins 1

Minimum Power Supply Requirement - 500 watt

XFX Recommended Power Supply - XFX 550W PSU

26 Comments

Was £150 recently would wait for a drop again or use flubit for amazon's price

Apparently AMD offer a download code to get one of the Hitman games for free with purchases of a RX470 so this should be eligible as well.

amd.com/en-…man

Original Poster

KKoopa79

Apparently AMD offer a download code to get one of the Hitman games for … Apparently AMD offer a download code to get one of the Hitman games for free with purchases of a RX470 so this should be eligible as well.http://www.amd.com/en-us/markets/game/featured/hitman



​Thanks - forgot to add that as it has a big red announcement on the Ebuyer page. Just updated the main title to reflect this

Can I ask, what's the diff of this vs the one appeared here the other day... Thanks.

scan.co.uk/pro…t-2

ah_heng

Can I ask, what's the diff of this vs the one appeared here the other … Can I ask, what's the diff of this vs the one appeared here the other day... Thanks. https://www.scan.co.uk/products/xmas-4gb-sapphire-radeon-rx-470-nitro-14nm-polaris-pcie-30-7000mhz-gddr5-1140mhz-gpu-1236mhz-boost-2



​This one's manufactured by XFX, a company I wouldn't touch with a barge pole.

Joshimitsu91

​This one's manufactured by XFX, a company I wouldn't touch with a barge p … ​This one's manufactured by XFX, a company I wouldn't touch with a barge pole.


Thanks. GPU is really a complicated business

Joshimitsu91

​This one's manufactured by XFX, a company I wouldn't touch with a barge p … ​This one's manufactured by XFX, a company I wouldn't touch with a barge pole.



XFX are awesome. They're the EVGA of the AMD world basically.

I'd have zero qualms with an XFX card or PSU.

The XFX cooler on this is a LOT louder than the MSI, Sapphire and Strix variants. Noted this on both 460 and 470.

Plump the extra for the 480.

I've just gone Nvidia 1080 for £30 more (just saying)

Not voted either way

Original Poster

r3dhotukdeals

Plump the extra for the 480.I've just gone Nvidia 1080 for £30 more (just … Plump the extra for the 480.I've just gone Nvidia 1080 for £30 more (just saying)Not voted either way



​​You mean 1060 as opposed to a 1080?

Is it not better to add 40 quid and get a 4g rx480?

r3dhotukdeals

Plump the extra for the 480.I've just gone Nvidia 1080 for £30 more (just … Plump the extra for the 480.I've just gone Nvidia 1080 for £30 more (just saying)Not voted either way


£30 more for 1080? You wish.

CaptainCustard

​​You mean 1060 as opposed to a 1080?



Yep..

neiiilers

£30 more for 1080? You wish.



Yep...my bad (as above). £300 more, more like!

Edited by: "r3dhotukdeals" 31st Dec 2016

ollie87

XFX are awesome. They're the EVGA of the AMD world basically.I'd have … XFX are awesome. They're the EVGA of the AMD world basically.I'd have zero qualms with an XFX card or PSU.



No, they aren't.

Their PSU's have always been good due to the actual manufacturer being half decent. I would go so far as to say I'd even recommend them (I have one myself). But their GPUs are tripe, using bottom of the line parts and that's why they are always the cheapest. Don't fall for that like I did unless you want to be stuck in a cycle of RMAs.

For the AMD crowd I would recommend Sapphire, failing that one of the bigger brands (Asus, MSI, Gigabyte) should be a safe bet. Though always read reviews!

Joshimitsu91

No, they aren't.Their PSU's have always been good due to the actual … No, they aren't.Their PSU's have always been good due to the actual manufacturer being half decent. I would go so far as to say I'd even recommend them (I have one myself). But their GPUs are tripe, using bottom of the line parts and that's why they are always the cheapest. Don't fall for that like I did unless you want to be stuck in a cycle of RMAs.For the AMD crowd I would recommend Sapphire, failing that one of the bigger brands (Asus, MSI, Gigabyte) should be a safe bet. Though always read reviews!



I've got a R9 290X Black Edition that has been trapped in a tiny ITX case and worked as hard as possible. It's quiet and hasn't failed yet.

Also you've not backed up your outrageous statements with any facts. And what can be asserted without evidence can be dismissed without evidence.
Edited by: "ollie87" 31st Dec 2016

has anyone got the free hitman game with the 149.99 deal from amazon around black friday? i need to try a cheeky email to amd?

Can anyone advise me if you can upgrade a laptop GPU? I have a Dell inspiron i7 7700 laptop with a Nvidea Geforce 750M card in it.

Original Poster

SnipAndRun1

Can anyone advise me if you can upgrade a laptop GPU? I have a Dell … Can anyone advise me if you can upgrade a laptop GPU? I have a Dell inspiron i7 7700 laptop with a Nvidea Geforce 750M card in it.



​As far as I'm aware, you'd have to buy a new machine! Crazy as it sounds...

satchef1

Or the 480 for £20 … Or the 480 for £20 more...http://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/gigabyte-amd-radeon-rx-480-4gb-gddr5-gaming-graphics-card-gv-rx480g1-gaming-4gd/version.asp?refsource=Ldadwords&gclid=CjwKEAiAqJjDBRCG5KK6hq_juDwSJABRm03hDJ9hhVYHtULNYKsIGRjZLffO20ylsS1KSARAdICUaRoCXb7w_wcBI know which I'd pick.


Yeah, but then by adding another £20 you could get rx 480 8GB: hotukdeals.com/dea…250 (The deal is over now, but my point is that there is always a next level, and next moment you know you are buying GTX 1070 lol). I think including the game this is a good offer and I personally would choose RX 480 only if I could save up for 8GB version.

BigDiscovery

Yeah, but then by adding another £20 you could get rx 480 8GB: … Yeah, but then by adding another £20 you could get rx 480 8GB: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sapphire-nitro-rx480-8gb-209-99-scan-2584703?p=29655250 (The deal is over now, but my point is that there is always a next level, and next moment you know you are buying GTX 1070 lol). I think including the game this is a good offer and I personally would choose RX 480 only if I could save up for 8GB version.



There's almost zero performance difference between the 480 4GB and 480 8GB except in a select few games (AC: Syndicate being one of the few exceptions). As yet, the extra 4GB RAM isn't utilised in the vast majority of titles. It's unclear if that will change or not in the future, how much impact it will have, and whether or not it'll just be badly optimised console ports that make use of the extra memory.

This coming from an 8GB owner. I'd probably pay the extra £20. But I wouldn't pay much more than that.
Edited by: "satchef1" 2nd Jan

http://gamegpu.com/images/stories/Test_GPU/Action/Quantum_Break_/new/new/qb_1920_12.png

satchef1

There's almost zero performance difference between the 480 4GB and 480 … There's almost zero performance difference between the 480 4GB and 480 8GB except in a select few games (AC: Syndicate being one of the few exceptions). As yet, the extra 4GB RAM isn't utilised in the vast majority of titles. It's unclear if that will change or not in the future, how much impact it will have, and whether or not it'll just be badly optimised console ports that make use of the extra memory.This coming from an 8GB owner. I'd probably pay the extra £20. But I wouldn't pay much more than that.



I mean, you are forgetting that the GDDR5 is set to 7000mhz instead of 8000mhz, right?


AMD Radeon RX 480 8GB Reference Card – Runs at 8Gbps, but board partners can use other speeds on custom cards as long as it is above 7Gbps
AMD Radeon RX 480 4GB Reference Card – Runs at 7Gbps, but board partners can use other speeds on custom cards as long as it is above 7Gbps

google.co.uk/url…rja

Check it out, its not 0% difference.

Nate1492

I mean, you are forgetting that the GDDR5 is set to 7000mhz instead of … I mean, you are forgetting that the GDDR5 is set to 7000mhz instead of 8000mhz, right? AMD Radeon RX 480 8GB Reference Card – Runs at 8Gbps, but board partners can use other speeds on custom cards as long as it is above 7Gbps AMD Radeon RX 480 4GB Reference Card – Runs at 7Gbps, but board partners can use other speeds on custom cards as long as it is above 7Gbpshttps://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=2&ved=0ahUKEwi755XPwKjRAhUIcBoKHbpJA_MQFggxMAE&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.legitreviews.com%2Famd-radeon-rx-480-4gb-versus-radeon-rx-480-8gb_183576&usg=AFQjCNFsnC3gAnx2ZuUfslGD0zzc_zqpng&cad=rjaCheck it out, its not 0% difference.



Reading comprehension not your strong suit?

I didn't claim there wasn't a difference in memory clocks. Nor did I claim there was no difference in performance. I stated that there was barely any difference in performance in the majority of games (based on findings by Gamers Nexus) and that the 8GB wasn't necessarily worth a significant amount more.
Edited by: "satchef1" 5th Jan

now 183

Original Poster

tom_gov

now 183



​Thanks - have requested the deal to expire
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