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For home theatres, gaming, multi-monitor setups and more, using the right graphics card can produce clear images with no glitches. These units come in many different levels of performance and at HotUKDeals you will find a full range of offers from industry leading brands on our graphics card page.

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Asus DUAL Radeon RX 580 8GB GDDR5 OC Edition graphics card/GPU - £190 @ AWD-IT
Found 2 h, 15 m agoFound 2 h, 15 m ago
Been on the hunt for an RX 580 - Other non-overclocked 8gb models are priced £200-£250 with this you get a 3 year warranty and 2 Free games of your choosing between: - Devil May Cr… Read more

nice! are we finally gonna get soem price drops on gfx! sick of seeing prices higher than consoles!


As a side note this beats out it's no.1 competitor the GTX 1060 just about -

PNY GeForce GTX 1060 XLR8 Gaming Overclocked 6GB GDDR5X GPU, £189.99 at Ebuyer(pre order for Monday, 21st January)
Found 6 h, 41 m agoFound 6 h, 41 m ago
Expected on Monday, 21st January. GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5X 1747 MHz Boost Twin Fan Cooling
Whitedot The real highlight of this card is its massive memory overclocking potential. We managed a 44% (!) overclock on memory, which wasn't completely unexpected since the memory chips are rated for a 11 Gbps operation by the manufacturer Micron. Good to see that NVIDIA didn't limit the clocks artificially. Thanks to the large increase in memory clock, the performance of a hand-overclocked GTX 1060 GDDR5X will easily surpass that of a hand-overclocked GDDR5 model. In our testing, the OC'd GTX 1060 Founders Edition reached 76.5 FPS, while the OC'd GDDR5X board reached 82.0 FPS, which is a 7% difference. This means that when overclocked, the GTX 1060 GDDR5X beats the Radeon RX 590, which has very little additional overclocking potential on its own, and thanks to Pascal's power efficiency, the 1060 manages that while using less power and running cooler and quieter. If you're willing to simply move some sliders in MSI Afterburner this looks like a great deal versus the normal GDDR5 cards at the same price.


I didn't intend to compare the other specs of the 1080, it was just a comment on the memory clock speed.


The base clock of the 1060 is higher then the 1080 its not as simple as that the 1080 has a lot more cores and memory speed


'Actual 3D performance gained from overclocking is 14.7%.' Nice!

Whitedot They acheived a 44% memory overclock. :D

Msi rtx 2080 ventus - £620 @ Amazon Germany
Found 10 h, 37 m agoFound 10 h, 37 m ago Good deal from reputable seller as amazon

Nvidia must be worried with AMD. This was unveiled only few days back. Better buy AMD if they are so scared, Radeon 7 must be really good!


Go on the gainward website to make a claim



will need to know how to claim this games as i had bought a gainward card and i had no coupon received


That's an even better deal then. OP should add that to the title.

MSI AMD Radeon RX 580 8GB ARMOR 8G OC £209.99 @ Box
Found 18th JanFound 18th Jan
Ok, so this deal was originally for £200 now it's been increased by £10. I amended the previous post I made for that but whoever moderates decided to set the deal to expired. If th… Read more

It can handle more than 1080p ;)


That's what I bought, got it for £181 from Amazon for the 8GB special edition. Its a fantastic little card for 1080p.


Not worth paying £200+ for a RX580 unless its the sapphire 8gb nitro+ special edition.


I'm finding the humour in it, I'm commenting on that, not the imaginary internet points from randoms. Some may go chasing heat. Me? I happened to find the deal a month ago when looking for another card, I posted it here and now when I noticed the price had changed I felt honoured to fix the information I gave. The fact it's bombed when the other didn't is the funny thing. The deal itself? Meh... I went for a 4Gb Nitro+ a month ago!


Just saying but I think if you weren't bothered you wouldn't of posted a follow up comment, people on here see a product one day for 10 quid more and their instant reaction is "well that was 10 pound cheaper yesterday"

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 6GB XC with free anthem or bfv £329.99 / £334.78 delivered @ Scan
Found 18th JanFound 18th Jan
Available now and has faster clock speeds than the founders edition

I've used manual oc in the MSI afterburner.


Search for the 2060 benchmarks by Gamers Nexus. If memory serves, it's shown to be roughly on par with the 1070 ti, with higher power consumption. I'd get whichever I could find cheaper, although the 2060 is a bit more future proof in terms of driver support etc


Would this be a decent upgrade over my current GTX 980 non-ti strix? Or should I go for a 1070 to.. I sometimes game at 1440p.. not sure what to do..


Will this improve my graphics on my Commodore 64 .


Sounds like I have same card from amazon. How did you set 2100? I tried the automatic oc scan with default settings on the palit thundermaster app, but it only increased core +150 to 1770, and no increase mem clock. Did you mess with the voltage etc?

EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 XC Ultra 8GB Graphics Card £496.23 @ Amazon France
Shipping from FranceShipping from FranceFound 17th JanFound 17th Jan
€565.47(Delivered) Great price without the free game promo
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You can, but you'll have to stop using it when we leave the EU.


you tell me


Are European graphics cards built in a different factory?


Is it OK to use a graphics card from Europe in a UK build?


I hear its 16gb of HBM2? Surely that's overkill but more importantly it wont be utilized properly just like the previous gen and will end up being equivalent to 8gb ddr5?

Asus GTX 1060 6GB OC Edition - £199 @ Amazon
Found 17th JanFound 17th Jan
Good price for a GTX 1060 6GB

Gone back up to £256


Well that didn't last long.


See the (updated) review of the RX 570 and 580 that came out on Hardware Unboxed a few days ago when they re-tested the RX 570 against the 3GB GTX 1060; they also retested the 8GB RX 580 and 6GB GTX 1060 for comparison. Not much for Nvidia to be happy about with the GTX 1050 TI and 3GB GTX 1060, about time they reduced the price of their entry level gamer offerings but you can pick up the 8GB RX 580 for £185 (Hardware Unboxed's averaged out scores in games for the 8GB RX580 and GTX 1060 GB had them at a tie, with the choice down to the customer deciding which games they prefer to play; both cards had their strong scores in games and weak scores.


I would agree with that, the only reason currently to get a 580 is that it's often cheaper and you get 2 free AAA games. Both support Freesync now so that isn't really a consideration (Even my £200, QHD 32 inch monitor supports it on Nvidia).


People still use that web mirror?!?

AMD Ryzen 2600 240gb SSD 8gb DDR4 RTX 2070 8gb Graphite Windows 10 PC - £968 @ Freshtechsolutions
Found 17th JanFound 17th Jan
AMD Ryzen 2600 240gb SSD 8gb DDR4 RTX 2070 8gb Graphite Windows 10 PC Product Specifcation CASE BUILT INGraphite RGB Gaming Case With Side Window and 2x RGB Fans MOTHERBOARD… Read more

Ha... Built a few am4 pcs and the only thing I've paired with a320 board is the A8 and A10 apus, the ryzens need better


RTX is the attention grabbing thing here. As for the rest, PC builders need a wake up call. Stop using (poo) motherboard chipsets. A320 boards should only be in low spec or office machines. Saving £10-15 cost over a B or X chipset is inexcusable.


That unfortunate RTX 2070 is gonna be triple bottlenecked!


Agree and I didn’t see it listed if it’s 2x4gb or 1x8gb. Thinking the worst it’s only going to be single channel.


No, the OP simply knows very little about high powered PCs for VR use and is learning a lot rhough the comments here!

PowerColor Radeon RX 580 8GB £179.95 AWD-IT
Found 17th JanFound 17th Jan
AWD-IT have a few promotions (% off) on RX570/580 cards thought it's worth a look for max settings 1080p and good settings 1440p. Good price for the RX580. Includes two free games.

8gb version, 4gb of GDDR5 is worth more than £15! or the rx570. If you're gaming at 1080p only, you could even go for the RX570. I would recommend getting the 8gb version in all cases, as even at 1080p (ultra settings) newer titles are using more the 4gb VRAM.


The 8GB will future proof it somewhat, especially if you want to use Ultra textures in newer games. Having said that it wont make much difference as the RAM is unlikely to be the limiting factor most of the time at 1080p.


Hmmm this vs the rx 580 nitro+ 4GB for £15 less (including postage to NI). What do people recomend?


Went for this over the 4gb deal as my monitor is 1440


Thanks OP - Ordered :) It's replacing a Radeon HD6850 1GB (y)

MSI NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 6GB VENTUS OC Turing Graphics CardMSI GeForce RTX £339.99 @ CCL
Found 16th JanFound 16th Jan
MSI GeForce RTX 2060 VENTUS 6GB GDDR6 VR Ready Graphics Card, 1920 Core, cheapest I could find for this card at the moment.
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Ah, not really directed to you, but more a comment towards people who say vega is more expensive/slower when in reality they are fairly close overall.


I don't have an issue :S


Similar performance for similar price, so what is the issue? In fact Vega 56 is actually cheaper as can be had for £310 on the other deal with 3 games. So in essence people here are arguing over nothing. Pick what you prefer. Personally wouldn't support NVIDIA's crappy practices at this time. 10 series was great, 20 series is a disappointment in comparison so I'll skip it, as some others have chosen to. Bought myself a 1080 Ti after the initial RTX launch instead.


Radeon 7 is basically a workstation card for creators.


But it's similar performance to AMD's top-end cards. If you don't count the Radeon 7 :)

EVGA RTX 2080 XC ULTRA NVidia Graphics Card (Includes free Battlefield V and Anthem) - £709.98 @ Scan
Found 16th JanFound 16th Jan
This is a really good RTX 2080 graphics card at a really good price. It's got the larger triple-slot cooler (reviews show a 10C+ lower temperature and lower noise than the founder… Read more

:/ "10C+ lower temperature" Eh, Surely -10C lower temperature.


No tensorflow on AMD atm


This is the price the 2080ti should be. Nvidia know it too. It's why you can't buy 1080ti's for love nor money atm. I paid over the odds for my 1080ti FTW3, (thanks Bitcoin miners!) but on reflection, I'm damn glad I did. Almost fell for "wait for next series to come out" spiel. Prices for current range are a total insult when considering price to performance increases over last generation. + The gimmick of making everything nice and reflective/shiny .. excellent .. what's that you say? 30fps? Oh, nvm. Also insulting.


Would the extra be any better for VR? If so the low RAM on the 2080 would make the 7 a better choice for that


16GB is overkill for a "gaming card" imo.. Would of rathered 8GB and a lower price. Ray tracing and DLSS are a bit of a no show atm though...

Sapphire AMD Radeon RX 580 4GB NITRO+ Graphics Card - £164.99 @ Ebuyer + 2 Free Games
Found 16th JanFound 16th Jan
Sapphire Nitro+ 4GB Radeon RX 580 Delivers: • Smooth 1440p in the latest AAA games. • DirectX® 12 and Vulkan™ support. • Premium Virtual Reality experiences. • FreeSync™ 2 and HDR… Read more
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It doesn't make sense to me (:I


Thanks for the top tip - the site told me I MUST have this card. Makes the conversation with 'er indoors a little easier - my hands are tied, I simply have to upgrade. :p


A 6 month old CPU and a 2 year old+ GPU? That makes sense. Probably not noticeable unless you're really pushing both, but reasonable to believe.


This, by a very big margin


I don't think that site is trustworthy, its saying 2700x with GTX 1070 is bottlenecking.

Asus Phoenix rtx 2060 compact 6GB Graphics Card £329.99 Ebuyer
Found 16th JanFound 16th Jan
Same price as the founders edition and zotac version but this is compact if you only have a small case !

Hot from me, good if you have a small case and the FE wont fit.


True I suppose


Probably because the cooling solution is cut down over the founders dual fan cooler, yet it's no cheaper. I know it will suit those with small cases but thats a niche overall...


I wish they would put dvi-I on these cards, my crt is stuck on a 750ti.


Why so cold same clock speeds as founders edition ?

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.

AWD-IT Gaming PC : Ryzen 2600X Six Core, B450, Radeon RX 580 8GB, 3 Free Games - £649.94
Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
Been eyeing this up. Looks like this system has been reduced by 30% on the site. It has Windows 10 included and comes with 3 free games: Division 2 , Resident evil 2 and Devil ma… Read more
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I've been using this for a day now testing various games. It won't have any problems playing at HD and QHD 60+ fps ultra presets I have even tried 4k ultra but it tanks the fps down to the 30's and fans go crazy loud

To my limited knowledge this PC will run any demanding game on Ultra or High settings at 60+fps. Less demanding games should be able to hit low 100fps+...


I’ve been eyeing up a gaming pc for a little while now. I’m not 100% clued up on what’s better than what so I have been going off opinion. I have a PS4 Pro so it’s use will be for the odd indie steam game and some AAA Xbox/Microsoft titles. I’m not fussed about 4K, I want to play whatever on Ultra settings with 60/+ fps, will this be possible or would I be shelling out nearer £1000?


Option of the RX Vega 64 GPU bring total to £889. Thoughts?? (wanted for VR use).


Easy for RTS

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070Ti £358.80 @ Amazon
Found 14th JanFound 14th Jan
I have been looking for a 1070ti for the past months and best price found so far for this model. Had recently bought another one from for £381.90 but the version with … Read more



Seems to be a lot of negative feedback for the 2060 because of the price and 6gb vram. Still confused on which card to buy :(


Any thoughts on what would be best for VR? A1070ti or a 2060?


Sorry I thought this was a different thread and you were asking about a 2060 or 2070 (embarrassed) Let me re-phrase, a 2060 (which is between a 1070 Ti and a 1080) is £329. A 2070 is about 15% faster at 1440p and even less at 4k. Have a look at Eurogamer benchmarks - For example in Battlefield 1 the average framerate at 4K Ultra is 56.3 FPS for 2060 and 61.5 FPS for 2070 - An increase of about 9%.


Didn't know performance wise, this is why I'm asking It's 80 diff if I go with Zotac. And if it's any decent it can worth the ~22% extra for 15% more performance and newer tech? I want to use it in 4k if it means something performance wise. If this one is still enough, I'll go with this.

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.




nvidia rtx 2080 8gb evga black - £649.98 / £661.48 Delivered @ Scan
Found 12th JanFound 12th Jan
Nice price for an awesome card. Should be the cheapest around.
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To my knowledge, you get a code which you register using your account to redeem the games. So essentially you are selling all 3 together.


Can't sell the games as you need to login to your account it then gets bound to that account.


Amazon are now price- matching this although the product page doesn't mention the BFV & Anthem offer....


Hold out for the reviews, and then see how it all affects the prices. Radeon 7 should be around the £650 - £670 mark if retailers don't inflate prices. AMD reference boards are always solid too, and this time it has a decent cooler on top, plus even if you don't want the 3 free games you can sell them for around £50 on fleabay. If VII is anything like current Vega, then undervolting should greatly help performance (lower temps/power consumption and OC headroom).


That's bs. I've bought hundreds of items through them over the years. Never had an issue with RMA's either. Edit: if you're gonna be bold with your dissing I'm more than content with being bold with my correction, lol.

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.

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