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Gigabyte Radeon RX VEGA 56 GAMING OC 8G HBM2 Graphics Card, £309.98 at Ebuyer (3 free games)
Found 16th JanFound 16th Jan
Free delivery. RX VEGA 56 8GB HBM2 Boost Clock 1501 MHz Duel Fan

Roughly 20% performance increase over the 1070. And it has DLSS and RTX that hasn't been fully tapped into. You can be 'upset' all you want, but the 2060 is simply a better card than the 1070, Vega 56 and Vega 64 for the same price. Generation or not, it's a better card.


So this debuts at a similar MSRP to the 1070 did, for incrementally more performance (for the most part). Not exactly progress for a "whole new" architecture and generaton. I think that is what most people are upset with.


This is absolutely a mid range card. It certainly is a bit more spendy than last generations mid range 1060, which debuted at £279. But we are near that price right now.


Mid range? What card is that? The 2060 is comparable price and similar performance depending on the game etc. It certainly isn't a mid range card. That said at least the pricing on this is decent but still, last gen's performance for similar money is pretty disappointing.


People seem to think that calling the 2060 'midrange' and the Vega 56/64 'top end' is still normal. The Vega 56/64 is no longer a top end card, AMD are charging 300+ for a card that competes with the competition's midrange cards. That's what we have, you can thank AMD for not pushing GPUs more.

GIGABYTE NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070Ti 8GB GDDR5 - £358.80 @ Amazon
Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
I came across this in Amazon when looking at GPU's, seems like a good price for a 1070ti brand new from a well known retailer?
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I bought 1070ti for this price last month and would now go for the rtx I have to say. Even though rtx is really shocking on these lower end rtx cards without some kind of fudge Nvidia has done


COLD!! On nVidia site, RTX 2060 + Anthem/Battlefield V, £329.


Get the RTX 2060 instead?


Good, but yesterday.

Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 1060 WF2 6GB GDDR5 PCI-E  £198.98 @ Amazon
Found 14th JanFound 14th Jan
I forgot I had this on my amazon tracker. I ended up buying a 1080 in the end, but this is the cheapest price the 1060 has been. So I thought its worth posting as some of you guys … Read more

Yeah I would take the RX 580 over the GTX 1060 at current prices.


Real nice, this is what ive been using for over year and no need to upgrade quite yet


Was gong to say the same, you even get two free AAA games.




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Gigabyte Radeon RX VEGA 56 GAMING OC 8G HBM2 Graphics Card - £319.97 From Ebuyer
Found 12th JanFound 12th Jan
More of a PSA since a deal on this card was posted earlier but found a cheaper price. Comes with same offer of 3 free games too.
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I'd avoid this specific card but a Vega for around £320/£330 is OK, however I'm not sure if the V7 will have any impact on this price bracket, the market is a real mess right now aside from the 580 being a beast for price and performance. Hopefully the market settles sooner than later as I'm hanging on to build a new system!


Still I'd always wait to see what impact Vega 7 will have on all the older cards not jsut from AMD


It's not replacing the 56 or 64. They compete with the 1070, 1070 ti, etc. The Radeon 7 competes against the 2080.


Really you don't think newer tech will have an affect on older tech? OK then


Apart from the deal on the 56 a while ago I don't see why the Radeon 7 will have an effect on these prices.

Gigabyte RX Vega 64 Gaming OC 8GB + 3 games (OOS) [£353 delivered] @ Amazon France
Shipping from FranceShipping from FranceFound 11th JanFound 11th Jan
Gigabyte RX Vega 64 Gaming OC 8GB + 3 games £353 delivered using fee free card @ Amazon France Back in stock on 20th of January

I have gigabyte vega 56 and I can confirm I got 3 games


you have a 1070 and you want to get a vega 64, why would you do this , your going to gain maybe a few fps but its £350 im not sure you will see any real difference and when you add that we know the new amd cards are comming soon id wait a for the new cards and see if they can compete with nvidia if they do we might get a graphics card war like we did with cpus and suddenly see huge movements with better cards and lower prices over the next 6 months and its not like your gtx 1070 cannot play anything


so my delivery is showing as shipped and will arrive 21st Jan!!! what the heck why would it take so long from France? Does it sometimes get put forward?


I've purchased, the reviews of the Gigabyte ain't great but the reviews from actual owners aren't half as bad. It's still going to be better than the refrence and the price is good


Details here though as I say above the wording on Amazon France seems wrong so who knows...

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GIGABYTE GA-B250M-DS3H B250 Chipset for 7th Gen Intel Core Processor - Black - £46.98 @ Amazon
Found 3rd JanFound 3rd Jan
Supports 7th / 6th Generation Intel Core Processors Dual Channel Non-ECC Unbuffered DDR4, 4 DIMMs Ultra-Fast M.2 with PCIe Gen3 x4 and SATA interface Intel optane memory ready … Read more

Thanks. I will go down that route.


If you have a Skylake i7 then you would really want a Z270 board for the extra PCIe lanes and other features I think. The B250 is the lower end business chipset, fine for basic stuff but if you have an i7 you’re not low-end, especially if you want to eek extra performance through overclocking at some point. I got my MSI Z270-A Pro for £55 a few months ago.


I have a sky lake i7 but my current mobo is limited to 2 dimms and only has SATA connections, wanting to upgrade. Would have bought this but I think you are saying that I’m better of with a Z270 chipset.


I am not criticising you or the deal, I’m just saying that if you’re buying into old hardware you’d want a bigger discount. Z270 isn’t just about overclocking though, it also has a lot more PCIe lanes too. I’m sure I’d seen some 200-series boards basically on fire sale after Coffee Lake launched that’s why I thought they’d be cheaper than this.


Not everyone needs, wants or knows how to overclock, so may not require a z270, for many with an older non k chip, this may of been suitable. We could back and forth all evening on the matter, but it would be a waste of time imo. Its cheaper than what it was Some seem to think its a good deal Some not so much Such is life Nobody is forcing anyone to buy anything here, its cheaper than it was - and is at most places currently Thats all, end of :)

Gigabyte P650B 650 Watt Bronze Wired SLI PSU/Power Supply £44.99 / £50.47 Delivered @ Scan
Found 2nd JanFound 2nd Jan
Brought a gpu only to find power supply was not up to the job ... this seemed like a good price Product Overview80 PLUS Bronze Certified 80 PLUS certified ensures the better pow… Read more
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Gigabyte are new to PSU's and the manufacturer they are using is a new entry to the consumer space. Their higher end models seem to be outstanding as says they use nothing but top end capacitors and if its the same as the Aorus models they are constructed very well. Really do seem a good buy and at this price this one makes a lot of sense if you only using the machine for a few hours a day.

Gigabyte Radeon RX 570 Gaming 8GB + 2 free games £149.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 30th Dec 2018Found 30th Dec 2018
Good deal for and 8gb Rx 570 and 2 free games, hope it's not already been posted.

I'd put low ball offers on Rx 570s on eBay then apply the 10% off code. Got an Asus strix 570 for £85, don't know what to do with it yet lol


Best value for 1080p


The 8GB ram in the 570 will clock better than the 4GB in a 580 model that's my point *Edit having a look at the Benchmarks would go for the 580 4gb ^^ Your going to be 1080p gaming anyway and a very small amount of games would ever use more than the 4GB Vram


That's good but it won't make up for the lack of vram when required.


That was shared over 4 weeks ago so its fine to stay :)

Gigabyte Radeon RX Vega 64 + Tom Clancy's The Division 2 + Resident Evil 2 + Devil May Cry 5 £391.95 @ Amazon Spain
Found 29th Dec 2018Found 29th Dec 2018
Use a fee free card for the cheapest price. Great price, especially as it includes 3 games which are yet to be released. I believe they will email you a code for your games when th… Read more
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theres some big announcement in 2 weeks. and innitial estimates were Q1 of 2019. so anything from 3 weeks to 3 months.


When will they be releasing new GPU’s?


amazon isnt an affiliated seller so you wont get the 3 free games. ive heard the fan issues have been fixed but dont take my word on it. i know no one asked, but i was looking at a vega 64 and ive decided to hold off a few more months and wait for their new cards to come out and see what it does to the prices.


I'm running the Sapphire version myself of this... it's got some serious heat generation. You better have a nice pretty big case with nice cable management as well as multiple fans. When gaming temp will stay around 60-65C on default settings. However if u force fan upto 2800rpm before you start gaming it will stay in between 45-55c in gaming.


hmm very tempting, just reading reviews seems the gigabyte version has some fan issues, only thing holding me back

GIGABYTE NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 OC 8GB ITX PCI-E GRAPHICS CARD - £290.93 Delivered @ Amazon
Found 22nd Dec 2018Found 22nd Dec 2018
Gigabyte GV-N1070IXOC-8GD Ultra Durable VGA GeForce GTX 1070 Graphic Card - WINDFORCE 2X Cooling System The WINDFORCE 2X cooling system features two 90mm unique blade fans, one… Read more

Can anyone recommend a graphic card under £90-100 for a pc tower with a Intel q77 motherboard with integrated graphic card, 8Gb Crucial ddr3 ram , 500GB SSD Crucial MX500. The power supply is only 275w , would I need a better power supply if I add a better graphic card ? Thank you.


Yes, it’s madness. Generally I try and pick cards that have a good track record (Zotac and EVGA for nVidia, Sapphire Nitro for AMD) and combined with a good retailer like Amazon, who are almost too eager to take stuff back. BTW, this card is available at Amazon at this price again now.


Yeah rmas take forever plus a chance of "sorry your fault doesn't qualify" and all that hassle


Mine did go back but I let the thing hobble along with a single fan for a while (dual fan card). But I had too many go bad for it to be a coincidence. I can send them back but places like Ebuyer love to make your life difficult or try and find reasons to reject it. I would definitely go to the retailer though, Gigabyte customer service are dreadful, don't take responsibility for anything and wanted it shipped abroad for some long, drawn-out RMA process.


If they ever fail on me I'd most likely just return it ccl (where I bought mine from) (if they do that...)

Gigabyte RX Vega 56 + 3 Games at Ebuyer for £319.97
Found 20th Dec 2018Found 20th Dec 2018
Pretty good deal imo I'm still upset with the computers group being bundled into electronics on here
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Note eBuyer offer free delivery whereas offers elsewhere often exclude delivery, and eBuyer have always offered me perfect customer service second only to Amazon.


Bought this on Cyber Monday, at about the same price from eBuyer. Yes was about same price as Pulse from OverClockers but that was out of stock and no guarantee when it would be back in. Yes similar one was on offer for £236 at Scan a couple of days ago but only for an hour, seems it may have been a pricing error. I can only comment on my own experience with this card, but I have had no problems running everything I run through it at full even in vr with vorpx etc. Not even broken a sweat yet. Running everything at 2K whereas my RX480 was doing the same at 1080p. The fans seem fine and it is very quiet. The price shows the benefit of a few bad reviews, buy it, try it, send it back if not happy. I think it comes with a 3 year warranty, and you get 3 games that aren't even released yet which add at least £100 more value to the deal.


Beware the gigabyte versions of the vega, apparently they have sub par cooling and get very hot, most people recommend the red dragon's instead


I came across this yesterday - interesting results but even they say they don't reccomend it long term. Not practical I don't think unless you're happy to blow the card after 6 months. It might last 6 years but I wouldn't want to take that risk.


Gigabyte Radeon RX 570 Gaming 8GB Graphics Card, £154.98 at Ebuyer (2 free games)
Found 19th Dec 2018Found 19th Dec 2018
Free delivery. Game codes will be emailed out within 5 working days of invoice date Redemption/Terms and conditions available 'here' One application per customer … Read more

2 out of 3 :)


Isn't it three free games, not two?


There would be a performance increase. I did a quick search and couldn't see the 8gb card listed there, if you search for GPU Comparison in Google it should return some decent results that will let you compare the two.


Thanks for that, it looks like a handy site to save in favourites. Does it make a difference there is only the 4GB version on the comparison site? They both score 7.2 so would Ops posted deal perform better given the additional 4GB? Either way heat added as looks a great price / deal with the free games.


GIGABYTE Aorus x470 am4 ultra gaming  Motherboard £134.99 Amazon
Found 17th Dec 2018Found 17th Dec 2018
From the manufacturerX470 AORUS ULTRA GAMING AMD StoreMI technology The benefits of AMD StoreMI: • Making the PC experience fast, smooth and easy • Optimizing computer responsiven… Read more
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Haha could be a possibility, ignorance is bliss ;)


Buy him something for the xbox and say you didnt realise it was for the xbox! Then hr will want the xbox as he wont be able to use it without it!!!


Thankyou , actually on Amazon there pricing up the parts & wondered if they needed to be compatible. Know I’ve left this to last minute, was hoping he’d change his mind & ask for new Xbox! Will follow your recommendations & could be in touch ( very likely) with some queries along the way if you don’t mind


If you are building yourself, then you can buy from multiple sites like amazon, overclockers etc. If you are getting it built then someone like PcSpecialist is a good choice or the person who previously commented on your comment, i think he offered? If your building yourself then i would recommend that you research into: 1. How to build a ryzen computer (Jayztwocentz on youtube has a great step by step video!) 2. Installing windows 10 from an ISO drive (quite easy, its just clicking boxes once you have created the ISO file) 3. Updating the BIOS (it's recommended you do this I.e. updating to the latest software version but some boards come with the latest one installed already. Its medium-easy to do this, comparatively) I built my first computer a few months ago and spent numerous hours on YouTube researching. When looking at parts, check on as they will shoe you if the parts you are looking at is compatible. Message me if you have any questions and good luck :)


Thanks for reply & a list to work from - is there any specific sites to buy these from or can I get from likes of amazon ?

Gigabyte AMD Radeon RX 580 8GB Gaming MI Mining Graphics Card + Scan gaming headset £203.99 @ Scan
Found 15th Dec 2018Found 15th Dec 2018
First deal posted so be kind :) Seems a good price, even without the bundled in headset.

I meant it’s not terrible but yes, you are right.


Not a great price, I picked up a new one of these for £155 a couple of weeks ago with an eBay discount.code.


Its not a good price for one either, plenty about at £170ish recently


Mining Edition (lol) . Good luck selling those in this climate, MI cards have short warranty too from what I know. These cards also have terrible fans. Shame as not a bad price for 8GB RX 580...

GIGABYTE SABRE 17W V8-CF1 NVIDIA GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5, 17.3" FHD 120HZ, INTEL I7-8750H GAMING LAPTOP £1,199.99 Overclockers
Found 11th Dec 2018Found 11th Dec 2018
£400 off! Comes with a FREE bag and mouse, the Fortnite bundle and the Intel starter bundle which includes Call of Duty: Black Ops 4! Sabre 17W v8-CF1 17.3" FHD 120Hz (WV… Read more
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I would expect a GTX 1070 at that price


It was one day offer Expired now


Bought this today, comes tommorrow. Was looking for a decent mid ranger and this seems to be it. If you sell the codes and extras it comes with could probably bring it down to £1100, maybe even less.


How does this compare to the msi with similar specs?


Have updated post now. Sorry, forgot to add at the beginning (lol)

Gigabyte 1070 ITX 8GB Graphics card - Amazon UK £315.59
Found 8th Dec 2018Found 8th Dec 2018
Lowest it has ever been: Good for Small Form Factor builds.
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getting closer to what it's actually worth :D


It varies depending on which base card you're looking at. For the 1070(ti) it's about a 10-15% improvement, which is in a bit of odd spot. The original 1070 already blitzes everything at 1080p and the performance increase of the ti only comes into play if you're using a monitor with insane refresh rate, while at 4K it's unlikely to deliver enough extra power to take a game up a graphics settings tier or move from the realm of unplayable frame rates to playable ones. Monitors with 1440p and 144Hz+, or sub-4K ultrawide monitors, are the sort of use cases where the extra bit of headroom may come in useful on a practical level, but if you've stretched to the 1070ti then you may as well push a little further for the 1080.


Relative to a 1060 6GB, at 1440p the 1070 is 33% faster and the Ti is 50% faster. So not a huge amount.


How much real performance difference between the standard and the Ti versions?



Gigabyte Radeon RX VEGA 64 WindForce OC 8GB HBM2 Graphics Card - £398.99 + 3 Free Games / £408.89 Delivered -  Overclockers
Found 4th Dec 2018Found 4th Dec 2018
Gigabyte Radeon RX VEGA 64 WindForce OC 8GB HBM2 Graphics Card - £398.99 + 3 Free Games - Overclockers Adding £9.90 for delivery gives you £408.98 but you get 3 games free - Resi… Read more
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Lol yeah I’ve been battling the OLED demon recently, I’ve an oldish Panasonic plasma which works perfectly well but OLED is gorgeous. As for your GPU I’d say it’s had a good run but it may be time to retire it, depending on what Steam says. My old rig had a GTX 980Ti, a great card and very capable of supporting a Rift at decent settings, and would handle max settings on everything I played on it at 1080P. I suspect if your 7950 struggles to max games at 1080P/60 it’s going to struggle to render 2160x1200 at 90Hz (a bit of an oversimplification as there are other VR processing overheads to factor in on top), and you’ll have quite an unpleasant experience unless you turn down lots of settings. Oculus themselves have the GTX 970 and R290 as their minimum recommended GPUs and I’d agree. On the Nvidia side the GTX 970 and 1060 are roughly equal in performance as are the GTX 980Ti and 1070. Secondhand prices roughly average (in order) £125, £170, £240 and £260. Buy either of the last two cards and you’ll have a decent VR experience. As for your CPU, mine was a generation older (i7-960) and didn’t struggle at all apart from occasional nags from Lone Echo telling me I had an unsupported CPU, in spite of the fact it ran very well. Yours supports the AVX instructions that mine didn’t for Lone Echo and it benchmarks higher so you should be good to go once you upgrade the GPU :)


Thanks buddy. It was the Oculus one yeah. Around Black Friday they were doing the windows headset for about £120 with controllers. Was a steal and then did the test and put my money back in my pocket. My old 7950 is still decent for a lot of games however be nice to play everything 1080p with no settings turned down. I will run the Steam one as suggested and see what it says. Just shame that mining has made the cards the same price as 2 years ago. But is what it is. Deffo going to have to either get a new GFX Card or an OLED TV, these 2 things are battling burning the money in my pocket. Damn technology :0)


Are you talking about VR headsets? If so and you got your info from the Oculus Compatibility Tool then ignore it and run the Steam VR test. The Oculus doesn’t actually benchmark your system, it just checks it against their own hardware compatibility list, and it may say yours isn’t compatible when it’s more than capable. My old rig failed the Oculus test but flew through the Steam test and was fine with a Rift. The Steam test will tell you anyway. As for GPUs the GTX 1070 or VEGA 56 will both work well but go higher if you can afford the outlay.


I have an i5 2500k unfortunately says my motherboard is incompatible with the headsets :o( Just wondered if to get this or better to get a GTX1080 for around £320 off flea bay


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Gigabyte - Radeon RX 560 - 4 GB GAMING OC rev 2.0 - £121.86 @ more computers
Found 4th Dec 2018Found 4th Dec 2018
Not a bad price for a entry level card.

The 1060's no good if you want an AMD card for reasons of better Linux compatibility and/or FreeSync, regardless of it costing more... A hammer is 'more powerful' than a screwdriver, but it's not as good at putting screws in :-) My point is, not all graphics card users are gamers.


Yea, I was wanting an rtx card to be honest. But as usual there is no direct 1060 replacement rtx card as yet. Plus with all the bad press of cards dying plus the expense I think the 580 should sort me out for a while yet at 1080p.


Great price for a great card. I've got a 3840x1600 monitor so I need more GPU horsepower and I'm currently on a 1070ti which I paid £350 in January (when they were £500-600). It was still a steal, but the jump from an RX580 to 1070ti in horsepower isn't worth double the price


I know, I. Picked up the Sapphire special edition rx 580 8gb from Amazon 2 weeks ago for £181 absolute bargain.


I mean, you can game at 1080p on less, but given how cheap they are, why would you? There's one available now on Ebuyer for £144 including 2 games from AMD. That's like £22 more than this deal, including free shipping and 2 brand new games. You'd have to be crazy to pick the RX560 for anything over £100. At this bottom end of the product segment, the gains for every £10-20 spent are (can be) massive.

Gigabyte AMD Radeon RX 580 Gaming 8GB Graphics Card £199.97 Ebuyer
Found 29th Nov 2018Found 29th Nov 2018
£35 cheaper than amazon and also 2 free games unsure what they are have been looking ofr a cheap rx580
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I picked up a Nitro+ special edition during Black Friday, it's whisper-quiet. You won't notice it when playing games. I specifically avoided the PowerColor because I read the same reviews.


The graphics card market is a minefield right now. This seems the best card around £200 with the 1060 not coming with any games. Then there's the bizarre 590 sitting around £250, and the 1070 at £300.


I purchased a 570. The email from Scan said this. “Go to enter the Key found below. Once you have created and account and redeemed your Key - you can enjoy your chosen titles.” I did this and receive an email from @ with Steam keys for two out of the three games. I do not recall having to link my Steam/Uplay and AMD accounts. Whether the keys will work if you do not have a 570/580, I honestly don’t know.


I did the same thing! thinking I would be able to sell one of them on ebay, oh well you win some/lose some.


Was waiting for the sapphire nitro+ to come down to a similar price. I hear the power cooler 580 is really loud, anyone had a hands on with this gigabyte card?

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