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ATI Radeon R9 380 4GB Desktop Tower PC Graphics Card used £75 @ CeX
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Posted 17 h, 44 m agoPosted 17 h, 44 m ago
Decent 4GB Grapics Card (if you have a good enough power supply and required connectors)
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I was lucky and got a pair of 4GB R9 380X the other week for 90 odd and they are pretty good cards tbh. If your looking for graphics cards that can play the current crop of games and your not after anything new and on a budget you would be looking at them in this order bottom to top in terms of performance give or take a few that would give decent low/mid/some high at 1080p on the low end cards and mid to high on the top end. Nvidia Titan RTX Nvidia Titan V GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Radeon RX Vega 64 Radeon R9 295X2 GeForce GTX Titan Z Nvidia Titan Xp GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Nvidia Titan X (Pascal) Radeon RX Vega 56 GeForce RTX 2080 Radeon R9 Fury X Radeon R9 Nano GeForce GTX 1080 GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Radeon R9 Fury GeForce RTX 2070 Radeon RX 590 GeForce GTX Titan X (Maxwell) GeForce GTX 1070 GeForce GTX 980 Ti Radeon RX 580 8GB Radeon RX 580 4GB Radeon R9 390X GeForce GTX Titan Black Radeon RX 480 8GB Radeon RX 480 4GB Radeon R9 390 Radeon RX 570 8GB Radeon RX 570 4GB GeForce GTX 980 Radeon RX 470 4GB GeForce GTX 1060 6GB Radeon R9 380X GeForce GTX 1060 3GB GeForce GTX 970 Radeon R9 380


Nah you got 4GB 970s for 80-90 from auctions & 105 from BIN's but not 980ti's from auctions they go for 120-130 & 160 from BIN's




Actually you can get many GPUs for that price range, GTX980Ti ect on eBay


That isn't true. The R9 380 is a rebranded R9 285 with double the memory and the underlying architecture is GCN 3.0, which is the same architecture as the R9 Fury cards and actually identical to Polaris (the RX 400/500 series) in terms of 3D rendering, though Polaris received updated video processing. The HD 7000 series was GCN 1.0 and lacks full DirectX 12 support, meaning they can't run many of the latest DX12 titles (Elden Ring for example), whilst this can. I actually have an R9 285 laying around as a backup card and have played a bit of Elden Ring on it. It gets around 40fps at 1080p/Medium, which isn't as bad as I expected. Incidentally, there's ongoing community driver support for these cards. Natively on Linux where they're unlikely to be dropped any time soon, but also on Windows via the NimeZ drivers. They provide a huge performance boost in some more recent titles on these cards compared to the last official driver.

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Posted 7th MarPosted 7th Mar
As we've seen graphics card prices getting increasingly higher in price, more and more people are deciding to wait it out while it all improves. It's been a long and annoying ride since the …
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Just done an update and have decided not to track via price ranges now that things are moving more quickly. It looks like we're set to see decent drops pretty soon. If we were looking at months... I'd carry on pointing out price ranges and looking into what's changing them (Actual price drops or just stock going in and out of stock) I'll be updating the deals section still though. We can use it to track prices still and obviously the thread can be used for discussing. Would be nice to see prices good enough to give people a nice wide choice, but we'll see. Meanwhile 4000 series cards be like...


Sorry for the lack of update this week. We've seen the eBay code in action as well as other places dropping. I'll be going through next week and seeing how things are looking. Cheers


Seeing major price drops around the world, won't be long till it hits the UK hard too!


Just updated the price watch section up to 3070 Ti and will do the rest tomorrow. You can see some prices clearly dropping, although its yet to be impressive.


Keep trying! Got my 3070 last week thanks to the telegram notification.

2GB AMD Radeon R5 340x PCI-E DisplayPort DVI Graphics Card used £17.99 @ hainault_treasures eBay
Posted 19 h, 45 m agoPosted 19 h, 45 m ago
Plays games ok for a £17.99 graphics card and will work pretty much in ANY desktop PC Info added by @PD2K79 Used Item - Grade This item is graded as Grade A. Grading definition:…
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General idea about this card G3D marks (rough estimation of the cards ability) this card -936 - £17.99 - performance per £ (PPP)= 52 GTX 560 ti - 3062 - £30 on ebay - PPP = 102 GTX 750 ti - 3917* - about £60 on ebay PPP= 65.2 GTX 960 - 6036 - about £60 = PPP= 100.6 *more capable than the G3D mark suggests It seems like if you are on the super low end, a GTX 560 ti gives you almost double performance per pound spent tl/dr- pay a little more for a 560 ti


Tbf, I got one used on ebay for £110. As long as you don't get new it's a cracking deal For reference, I used this card in an optiplex for about a year. Anything from around 2009 or prior ran OK - mainly used for world of warcraft vanilla etc. Half life 2 was pushing it on high at 1080p.


Perfect for AAA gaming providing all the games you play are pre 2012.


The price may be attractive, but there's a good reason: no Win11 driver support and the current Win10 drivers are no longer maintained.


As long as you play on CRT monitor.

XFX Speedster QICK210 Radeon RX 6500XT Black Gaming Graphics Card with 4GB GDDR6 HDMI, AMD RDNA 2 (RX-65XT4DBDQ) £161.89 @ Amazon Germany
Posted 19th MayPosted 19th May
Less when using fee free card, all fee`s included in price. Series - RX-65XT4DBDQ Brand - XFX Graphics co-processor - AMD RX 6500 XT Video output interface - DisplayPort, HDMI Graphics Chip…
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Better to buy a used 980ti!


Isn't this worse than a 1650?


I don't call myself a gamer..the only reason I had the 570 was because I had a Xeon..I'm past playing games..but if people want to spend £500 plus on a GPU it's up to them


Can't believe anyone games on such garbage, call yourselves gamers?, you must have paper rounds


I remember getting the Rx 570 for about £70 before everything went mental..good card..£160 - £170 for a card thats nothing better is madness..the 1630 on the way but no doubt it will have a stupid price

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HP OMEN, AMD Ryzen 7, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060Ti, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD + 2TB HDD, Gaming Desktop PC - £989.99 (members only) @ Costco
Posted 19th MayPosted 19th May
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No, it's not every month, it's just every 6 months if you count TI releases, every 12 months if not (embarrassed) If each generation lasts 3 years, (which tbh is false unless you're on the very entry-level pieces) then current gen at a good/low price is a better option for a bargain than RRP for the next gen on release. This is especially true when considering the difficulty we're likely to have in getting a hold of next-gen tech due to scalpers and global supply issues, and even more so when considering that they're planning on upping the release prices of the next-gen cards by around 10% compared to what they were for the 2/30XX series cards.


Maybe youre new to PCs... how did you work this out? Gens last 2-3 years mate... next gen is literally on the doorstep they dont bring a new gen out each month :\ Best value is not always prev gen at all... when i was a kid i bought prev gen for the same price as next gen. Anyone who bought a 1080ti on release is probs still using it now as it was such a good card.


Then you'll never buy a PC as there will always be a Next Gen. Best value is always prev Gen.


Yeah because the PC is way better? You dont get a 3080ti, better CPU, better RAM, better PSU, better power supply for the same price mate... £600 more for like £1000+ more value BARGAIN to anyone who needs a PC right away but at this stage its just better to wait next gen... probs be paying around 2k+ but the kit will be better value as its top of the range and another good chunk ahead.


Another 600 quid then? That's quite a difference ...but yeah I get your point. Thank you

MSI GeForce RTX 3060 12GB VENTUS 2X Ampere Graphics Card £374.99 delivered @ CCL with code
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Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
Good price for a 3060. Not the best MSI card but these cards don't require the best cooling anyway. Details The GeForce RTX™ 3060 lets you take on the latest games using the power of Amp…
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The original MSRP price for FE 3060 RTX: $329. £374.99 is still scalping you a bit but only by 10-15% or so. It's the cheapest MSI 3060 on the market so don't expect some insane performance boost from overclocking this. If you're desperate and wanted to get a 3060 - go for it. But keep in mind these cards are now 14 months old. And for the love of god don't buy this card if you already own 1080//2070: These cards have virtually the same performance. This is an entry GPU for people with something like a 970 GTX, 1060 GTX etc. I'm sticking with my 1070 until I can snag a 3080 or wait for 4000 series.


I've waited 2 year, another 7 months isn't going to hurt (lol)


£369.99 now. You don't have to wait until Christmas next year to buy a card now :D


I don't think anyone needed that to be explained to them.