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XFX Radeon RX 570 4GB Graphics Card £119.99 at CCL (Bonus Borderlands 3 or Ghost Recon)
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XFX Radeon RX 570 4GB Graphics Card £119.99 at CCL (Bonus Borderlands 3 or Ghost Recon)

£119.99£1243%CCLOnline Deals
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Posted 2nd Oct
Great card for the money, bonus Borderlands 3 or Ghost Recon, plus a game pass.
3303624.jpgKey Features:
  • 4GB Graphics Memory
  • PCI Express 3.0 Interface
  • Cooler Type - Active Fan
  • Pre Overclocked Edition
  • Outputs - HDMI, DVI and Display Port
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vladnotputin03/10/2019 12:38

Nah it will, depends on the resolution and refresh rate. Please try it on …Nah it will, depends on the resolution and refresh rate. Please try it on 144hz 1440p. But still significant improvement from nvidia 7 series.



Why would you buy something a low powered as a RX 570 if you wanted to play stuff at 1440p and 144Hz? It's a 1080p 60Hz card.

Who’s spending more than double what they spend on their GPU on their monitor?

You're being a bit silly here.
Edited by: "ollie87" 3rd Oct
vladnotputin03/10/2019 06:12

You can, sadly you will be throttled down by your cpu. Still it will be a …You can, sadly you will be throttled down by your cpu. Still it will be a huge improvement from 760.



A RX 570 will not be bottlenecked by a 4670 in the slightest.
tonyyeb02/10/2019 17:34

True but you only look at once then appreciate the performance.


Try telling rgb buyers that
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Damn what an ugly card. Great value deal though
Edited by: "he_dalmer" 2nd Oct
he_dalmer02/10/2019 16:49

Damn what an ugly card. Great value deal though 🏻


True but you only look at once then appreciate the performance.
tonyyeb02/10/2019 17:34

True but you only look at once then appreciate the performance.


Try telling rgb buyers that
he_dalmer02/10/2019 16:49

Damn what an ugly card. Great value deal though 🏻


This is probably more for you
all2humanuk02/10/2019 18:40

This is probably more for you [Video]


I’d love it! Just to put it on a shelf, wouldn’t replace my 2060S anytime soon
Can this cope with 1440p? I play Apex Legends only.
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could I ask can this just replace an nvidia 760 card like-for-like and will it make a difference? My pc is i5-4670 8gb 500w psu cheers
deleted211550802/10/2019 23:30

could I ask can this just replace an nvidia 760 card like-for-like and …could I ask can this just replace an nvidia 760 card like-for-like and will it make a difference? My pc is i5-4670 8gb 500w psu cheers


You'll be a able to swap them just fine. Google it if you're not 100%. You get some nice improvement from this card.
Most XFX cards I have used developed problems with fans, usually ~18-24 months in. Twice it failed when it was installed as a pair and when it came to get a repair the companies acknowledged the fault but the cards were no longer sold so got a partial refund - it left me stuck with 1 good(used) card to sell and had to buy 2 new more modern cards. Since this is already a dated model I'd suggest don't waste your money on XFX if you need a pair of cards. AMD control panel I also think is quite clunky + cards seem power hungry too. I swapped to Saphire cards for a while, still developed fan problems but they can be replaced easily with 1 screw (RX 580's & RX 480's).

That all said, still voting hot on the deal as it is a good price for what it is - maybe someone who has one of these cards could advise if the fans are replacable without needing to remove the warranty voiding sticker?
deleted211550802/10/2019 23:30

could I ask can this just replace an nvidia 760 card like-for-like and …could I ask can this just replace an nvidia 760 card like-for-like and will it make a difference? My pc is i5-4670 8gb 500w psu cheers


You can, sadly you will be throttled down by your cpu. Still it will be a huge improvement from 760.
ecreative02/10/2019 22:43

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Definitely not, you'll need 9999 series from nvidia which will be released 20 years from now.
Great deal with those games included.
vladnotputin03/10/2019 06:12

You can, sadly you will be throttled down by your cpu. Still it will be a …You can, sadly you will be throttled down by your cpu. Still it will be a huge improvement from 760.



A RX 570 will not be bottlenecked by a 4670 in the slightest.
On a similar note, how would this perform under an AMD Phenom II X6 1055t processor? I have an old PC lying around which I was thinking of tarting up a little bit rather than stripping it down to sell the parts. It's currently got an AMD Radeon HD 5870 (1GB).

I know that this GPU is signifcantly newer than the CPU, so would it be a complete waste of money?
ollie8703/10/2019 12:05

A RX 570 will not be bottlenecked by a 4670 in the slightest.


Nah it will, depends on the resolution and refresh rate. Please try it on 144hz 1440p. But still significant improvement from nvidia 7 series.
vladnotputin03/10/2019 12:38

Nah it will, depends on the resolution and refresh rate. Please try it on …Nah it will, depends on the resolution and refresh rate. Please try it on 144hz 1440p. But still significant improvement from nvidia 7 series.



Why would you buy something a low powered as a RX 570 if you wanted to play stuff at 1440p and 144Hz? It's a 1080p 60Hz card.

Who’s spending more than double what they spend on their GPU on their monitor?

You're being a bit silly here.
Edited by: "ollie87" 3rd Oct
I am going to make a new rig soon, but have not bothered looking at specs or taken an interest in a long while.

Currently I have a 1070, what is the AMD equivalent?

edit- What I mean is the current equivalent now, compared to what a 1070 was in the market then.
Edited by: "dr_raff" 3rd Oct
dr_raff03/10/2019 13:02

Currently I have a 1070, what is the AMD equivalent?


Vega 56 is about the same performance, but will run a lot wamer and use more power (TDP of 60w more)
Edited by: "ollie87" 3rd Oct
ollie8703/10/2019 13:04

Vega 56 is about the same performance, but will run a lot wamer and use …Vega 56 is about the same performance, but will run a lot wamer and use more power (TDP of 60w more)


Sorry mate, i edited my comment to be clearer. I don't want the same perfomance! Cheers.
dr_raff03/10/2019 13:05

Sorry mate, i edited my comment to be clearer. I don't want the same …Sorry mate, i edited my comment to be clearer. I don't want the same perfomance! Cheers.



The replacement for the GTX 1070 this generation is the RTX 2070, the AMD card that competes is the RX 5700 XT.

Last time I looked at them it cost roughly £20 (4.92%) more than the RTX 2070 for roughly 2% more performance. Also has a significantly higher TDP (225w vs 175w) so will run hotter and louder. Also lacks Ray Tracing, which some folks aren't fussed about of course.
Edited by: "ollie87" 3rd Oct
ollie8703/10/2019 12:39

Why would you buy something a low powered as a RX 570 if you wanted to …Why would you buy something a low powered as a RX 570 if you wanted to play stuff at 1440p and 144Hz? It's a 1080p 60Hz card.Who’s spending more than double what they spend on their GPU on their monitor?You're being a bit silly here.


You are right, but still some people will do exactly that and it will be fine. As long as they have better cpu!
vladnotputin03/10/2019 13:13

You are right, but still some people will do exactly that and it will be …You are right, but still some people will do exactly that and it will be fine. As long as they have better cpu!



What are you on about? Even stacking the odds in the favour of this card, using a game like Battlefield 1 and running on low settings you're still not even going to hit half that, even with a i9-9900k.

You're talking utter crap I'm afraid. You're going a long way to make an incredibly incorrect and silly point, and you're still wrong. His CPU will not bottleneck this card, the card will be the bottleneck.
Edited by: "ollie87" 3rd Oct
ollie8703/10/2019 13:10

The replacement for the GTX 1070 this generation is the RTX 2070, the AMD …The replacement for the GTX 1070 this generation is the RTX 2070, the AMD card that competes is the RX 5700 XT.Costs roughly £20 (4.92%) more than the RTX 2070 for roughly 2% more performance. Also has a significantly higher TDP (225w vs 175w) so will run hotter and louder. Also lacks Ray Tracing, which some folks aren't fussed about of course.


Got it. Just stick with whatever ends in 70, I guess..
dr_raff03/10/2019 13:18

Got it. Just stick with whatever ends in 70, I guess..



If you can get a RX 5700 XT partner card with a good cooler (something like a XFX THICC II or a Sapphire PULSE) for under £400 I'd 100% go for it. They are out there, but the last time I looked seriously avaiablity was a bit all over the place. But even then get yourself a nice full-sized ATX case with plenty of airflow, don't try and cram it in a mATX/mITX case and expect it not to be loud.
Edited by: "ollie87" 3rd Oct
ollie8703/10/2019 13:15

What are you on about? Even stacking the odds in the favour of this card, …What are you on about? Even stacking the odds in the favour of this card, using a game like Battlefield 1 and running on low settings you're still not even going to hit half that, even with a i9-9900k.You're talking utter crap I'm afraid. You're going a lot way to make an incredibly incorrect and silly point, and you're still wrong. His CPU will not bottleneck this card, the card will be the bottleneck.



Card is actually pretty decent I am not sure why u want to put it in the garbage bin. But belive me that cpu will bottleneck it. Nowadays games are as much as cpu dependent as on GPU.
vladnotputin03/10/2019 13:28

Card is actually pretty decent I am not sure why u want to put it in the …Card is actually pretty decent I am not sure why u want to put it in the garbage bin. But belive me that cpu will bottleneck it. Nowadays games are as much as cpu dependent as on GPU.


The RX 570 was a budget card even when it launched in April 2017 - it is slower than the GTX 970 which came out back in 2014. I'm not saying it's rubbish, I'm saying it's a budget card for playing games at 1080p and 60Hz. It simply cannot do 1440p at 144Hz no matter what CPU you pair it with. And for older games that CPU would be fine any way. For example you could run it with that CPU and play CS:GO well into 1440p and 144Hz. But again, that's not a bottleneck, and who is spending nearly £300 on their gaming display and under £120 on their GPU?

Even if you stack the deck in it's favour it is simple not possible to run modern AAA games (anything post-2017) at that framerate. If you could so could the PS4 Pro and XBOX ONE X, which they cannot.

Look at it's Battlefield 1 DX12 performance paired with a i7-7700K @ 4.8 GHz (a CPU that has a 20% faster single core performance advantage to the i5-4670):

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Things do not improve when you compare it to a AAA game that needs a good CPU:
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Which proves this card is simple incapable of running games at this framerate. This card can't even play the bundled games it comes with at more than 40fps at decent settings, even at 1080p.

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That last statement is false too, new games are "just as" CPU dependant as GPU? The opposite is true when you look at modern games that use DX12 or any of the newer graphics APIs. Consoles have extremely weak CPUs and most AAA games are targeting those devices, thus CPU performance does not matter so much.
Edited by: "ollie87" 3rd Oct
ollie8703/10/2019 13:41

The RX 570 was a budget card even when it launched in April 2017 - it is …The RX 570 was a budget card even when it launched in April 2017 - it is slower than the GTX 970 which came out back in 2014. I'm not saying it's rubbish, I'm saying it's a budget card for playing games at 1080p and 60Hz. It simply cannot do 1440p at 144Hz no matter what CPU you pair it with. And for older games that CPU would be fine any way. For example you could run it with that CPU and play CS:GO well into 1440p and 144Hz. But again, that's not a bottleneck, and who is spending nearly £300 on their gaming display and under £120 on their GPU?Even if you stack the deck in it's favour it is simple not possible to run modern AAA games (anything post-2017) at that framerate. If you could so could the PS4 Pro and XBOX ONE X, which they cannot. Look at it's Battlefield 1 DX12 performance paired with a i7-7700K @ 4.8 GHz (a CPU that has a 20% faster single core performance advantage to the i5-4670):[Image] (yes it's the Saphire version, but it's the same clocks)Things do not improve when you compare it to a AAA game that needs a good CPU:[Image] Which proves this card is simple incapable of running games at this framerate. This card can't even play the bundled games it comes with at more than 40fps at decent settings, even at 1080p.[Image] [Image] [Image] That last statement is false too, new games are "just as" CPU dependant as GPU? The opposite is true when you look at modern games that use DX12 or any of the newer graphics APIs. Consoles have extremely weak CPUs and most AAA games are targeting those devices, thus CPU performance does not matter so much.


Watch some real gaming on YouTube with this card don't rely on statistics only. Why do they giveaway Borderlands with that card so you can't play it with it? It is a entry level GPU but its absolutely fine for casual gamers. And yes some games are quite cpu depending.
vladnotputin03/10/2019 14:11

It is a entry level GPU but its absolutely fine for casual gamers. And yes …It is a entry level GPU but its absolutely fine for casual gamers. And yes some games are quite cpu depending.


Yes, which is what I said. And why it's not a 1440p 144Hz card, and also why it won't bottleneck when used with a i5-4670.

And no, I don't trust random YouTubers, I trust proper tech review sites like TechPowerUp, Tom's Hardware, Techspot, etc who have a long history of being correct. Often YouTube reviewers mess with graphical settings etc to skew results. Don't get me wrong, I still trust Linus Tech Tips, GamersNexus, and Digital Foundry. But they've not reviewed this card since launch.

Which games? Give me some examples, I want to look up the performance of this card paired with high-end CPUs to prove it can't do 144Hz at 1080p nevermind 1440p.
Edited by: "ollie87" 3rd Oct
Good Card but do be aware that the heatsink is prone to oxidation
vladnotputin03/10/2019 14:11

Watch some real gaming on YouTube with this card don't rely on statistics …Watch some real gaming on YouTube with this card don't rely on statistics only. Why do they giveaway Borderlands with that card so you can't play it with it? It is a entry level GPU but its absolutely fine for casual gamers. And yes some games are quite cpu depending.


You clearly don't have a clue what 'Bottleneck' means. Please stop replying, its getting a bit awkward now.
TheMagnificentSpoon03/10/2019 16:24

You clearly don't have a clue what 'Bottleneck' means. Please stop …You clearly don't have a clue what 'Bottleneck' means. Please stop replying, its getting a bit awkward now.


Yes yes you know better, cpu from 2013 won't hold down this card! And no one can search in YouTube apparently. Ordinary people can't make reviews as payed sites and sponsored youtubers know better!
vladnotputin03/10/2019 16:39

Yes yes you know better, cpu from 2013 won't hold down this card! And no …Yes yes you know better, cpu from 2013 won't hold down this card! And no one can search in YouTube apparently. Ordinary people can't make reviews as payed sites and sponsored youtubers know better!


'Paid'. I'll leave the rest of your nonsense alone.
Toms hardware are well known as shills. They are part of a marketing empire and favor intel/nvidia.
The originalowner is disgusted with them and Toms germany has split away.
Tech powerup charts should be taken as a rough guide. not gospel.Theres something often not quite right about the results, even jim on adoredtv mentioned it, as he sometimes uses those charts.
Gamers nexus are totally trustworthy as are hardware unboxed.
The latter so brutal he no longer gets nvidia test samples.
The rx 570 is on average faster than a 970 in new games as you would expect with current driver support.
Lastly, in some brand new AAA Titles 'Technically' a 4670 will bottleneck any card with stutter because it will run near 100% load for extended periods. Even a 6c/ 6 thread chip will have frame time issues, and its an accelerating phenomenon. But the vast majority of games its fine and i would happily use a vega 56 for 1440p action.
TheMagnificentSpoon03/10/2019 16:44

'Paid'. I'll leave the rest of your nonsense alone.


Of course you will, you are not saying anything at all anyway. Nice chatting with you fella.
joe_shmoe03/10/2019 18:44

Toms hardware are well known as shills. They are part of a marketing …Toms hardware are well known as shills. They are part of a marketing empire and favor intel/nvidia.The originalowner is disgusted with them and Toms germany has split away. Tech powerup charts should be taken as a rough guide. not gospel.Theres something often not quite right about the results, even jim on adoredtv mentioned it, as he sometimes uses those charts.Gamers nexus are totally trustworthy as are hardware unboxed. The latter so brutal he no longer gets nvidia test samples. The rx 570 is on average faster than a 970 in new games as you would expect with current driver support. Lastly, in some brand new AAA Titles 'Technically' a 4670 will bottleneck any card with stutter because it will run near 100% load for extended periods. Even a 6c/ 6 thread chip will have frame time issues, and its an accelerating phenomenon. But the vast majority of games its fine and i would happily use a vega 56 for 1440p action.


You've explained everything clearly mate, hope people will be able to get a real understanding of the GPU and its capabilities. And stop buying marketing b*****t. All to stop buying nvidia for a while to get them products on normal prices once again. Which is kind of happening atm. I am very pleased that Amd is back in the game with those great processors and gpus. To finally end Intel and Nvidia corrupt practices.
A cheap price but I would not purchase it because it uses an AMD GPU.
vladnotputin03/10/2019 16:39

Yes yes you know better, cpu from 2013 won't hold down this card! And no …Yes yes you know better, cpu from 2013 won't hold down this card! And no one can search in YouTube apparently. Ordinary people can't make reviews as payed sites and sponsored youtubers know better!


I really Hope English isn’t your first language.

You’re wrong, you’ve been proven wrong but you still won’t admit it.
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