XFX Radeon RX 580 Black Edition 8GB GDDR5 Graphics Card - £237.97 @ Laptops Direct
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XFX Radeon RX 580 Black Edition 8GB GDDR5 Graphics Card - £237.97 @ Laptops Direct

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Found 12th Jul
Cheapest price for an 8GB variant. Has decent reviews. Specs below:
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Good price. Yet keep in mind that AMD announced polaris 30 based cards before end of 2018 (based on 12nM) and the completely new Navi (7nM) comming next year.
Would get this over a 1060 for free sync if you're interested in pc gaming.
Micj1 h, 16 m ago

Good price. Yet keep in mind that AMD announced polaris 30 based cards …Good price. Yet keep in mind that AMD announced polaris 30 based cards before end of 2018 (based on 12nM) and the completely new Navi (7nM) comming next year.




AMD have not announced Polaris 30, those are rumours, all we know for certain is that Vega 64 based on 7nm are coming out this year, and Navi is due out next year, but we don't know for certain if there will be a Polaris 30 line-up of graphic cards or not, we've seen conflicting reports on this rumour from it being all but confirmed, to leaked graphics card release schedules from AMD partners that only show Vega and Navi in their calander.
jimbo00114 m ago

Would get this over a 1060 for free sync if you're interested in pc gaming.



You'd be bitterly disappointed if you bought a 1060 for Free-Sync, as Nvidia cards don't support this standard, instead you need to pay extra for a G-Sync monitor.
Edited by: "Harryisme" 12th Jul
Micj1 h, 18 m ago

Good price. Yet keep in mind that AMD announced polaris 30 based cards …Good price. Yet keep in mind that AMD announced polaris 30 based cards before end of 2018 (based on 12nM) and the completely new Navi (7nM) comming next year.


Amd have not announced Polaris 30, just romored. navi I'll be surprised if it comes in q1 of next year q2 or later. So this good deal one have a replacement for 6months or more
KB_UK17 m ago

Amd have not announced Polaris 30, just romored. navi I'll be surprised …Amd have not announced Polaris 30, just romored. navi I'll be surprised if it comes in q1 of next year q2 or later. So this good deal one have a replacement for 6months or more


First I've heard of it as well and Polaris 20 was just OC of 10 mostly and slightly better yields. Wouldn't expect a great deal of difference for 30 cards other than slight OC and maybe bit better efficiency. Even Vega was pretty much Fiji with process tweaks and running much higher clocks and HBM2, so can we expect much else from Navi?
Harryisme32 m ago

You'd be bitterly disappointed if you bought a 1060 for Free-Sync, as …You'd be bitterly disappointed if you bought a 1060 for Free-Sync, as Nvidia cards don't support this standard, instead you need to pay extra for a G-Sync monitor.



I have 1080 your better off with a 144hz or more monitor ..i use an aoc 144hz ,if you play online gaming, gsync i had was too laggy sent it back.So depends on your needs a gsync is not needed, i play pubg and 144hz beats gsync all day long.
KB_UK1 h, 40 m ago

Amd have not announced Polaris 30, just romored. navi I'll be surprised …Amd have not announced Polaris 30, just romored. navi I'll be surprised if it comes in q1 of next year q2 or later. So this good deal one have a replacement for 6months or more


Ok it may be rumours atm but if you can afford spending over £200 every 6 months - good for you. Personally I will wait few months to see what Nvidia and AMD have on store.
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Harryisme4 h, 42 m ago

You'd be bitterly disappointed if you bought a 1060 for Free-Sync, as …You'd be bitterly disappointed if you bought a 1060 for Free-Sync, as Nvidia cards don't support this standard, instead you need to pay extra for a G-Sync monitor.


That’s why they said they would have this over a 1060, so it could be used with a free sync monitor
Harryisme7 h, 9 m ago

You'd be bitterly disappointed if you bought a 1060 for Free-Sync, as …You'd be bitterly disappointed if you bought a 1060 for Free-Sync, as Nvidia cards don't support this standard, instead you need to pay extra for a G-Sync monitor.

Thank you for repeating my point.
jimbo0012 h, 48 m ago

Thank you for repeating my point.



Sorry I just realised I read the comment incorrectly, I read I'd get the 1060 over this for Freesync, even rechecked as well, Your comment makes so much sense now.
Harryisme3 h, 16 m ago

Sorry I just realised I read the comment incorrectly, I read I'd get the …Sorry I just realised I read the comment incorrectly, I read I'd get the 1060 over this for Freesync, even rechecked as well, Your comment makes so much sense now.


No problem!
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