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SAPPHIRE Radeon VII 16 GB Graphics Card - eBay Currys - £584.10
27/04/2019Expires on 27/04/2019Found 5 h, 29 m agoFound 5 h, 29 m ago
Currently listed for £649 but with 10% currys code (which expires on Saturday), this goes down to £584.10. Great bargain

Perfect for minecraft


Great card for a CAD workstation


If only I could afford it :( From what I understand these work well as a workstation card.


that is one hell of a good deal. thx


Hotttt, still wouldn't spend that much on a gpu

Sapphire Radeon VII 16GB Graphics Card £619.99 at CCL
Found 8 h, 54 m agoFound 8 h, 54 m ago
Price drop.

In that case, the most important thing would be which applications you use, and which card is better optamized for them out of the two. That said you can't go wrong with either, and if you end up going for a Radeon VII, make sure you look into undervolting. Both of the R7 cards I've had have run below 1000mv while holding a relatively steady 1800Mhz boost clock. Power consumption is around 200w +/- a bit for the card undervolted which is great, stock voltage it generally holdes boost around 1700mhz and power comsumption was around 260w or thereabouts. With these settings it is comparable in performance to my 2080 STRIX OC overall, where the standard config falls behind a bit primarily due to throttling. I should also add temps are a fair bit lower, and thus so is fan noise. Hope that helps. Feel free to @ me if you need any help.


I have an rtx 2060 for gaming but am looking at a card for a workstation use which is why I'm looking at this card in particular. The huge superfast memory should come in handy. I was either this or the 2080, this seems better for my uses though.


Both similar performance. Comes down to which camp you prefer. These are great once underovlted. Similar perf/watt to 2080 once done and much quieter.


Any reason to get this over the 2080?


hehe very good :).

MSI AMD Radeon RX 580 8GB ARMOR 8G OC Graphics Card, £169.98 at Ebuyer
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Decent price for this card. Specifications Model Name Radeon™ RX 580 ARMOR 8G OC Graphics Processing Unit Radeon™ RX 580 Interface PCI Express x16 Core Name Polaris 20 X… Read more

Fair enough mate was just curious, thanks for the info


Still better in £ per frame and you are comparing a mid tier chard with the cheapest 1660. People tend to be willing to pay a little more for a higher quality cooler.


Even with the 1660 at £200? Or the 570 at £130?


In terms of value the 580 is still the best card for 1080p.


But can it run Crysis?

MSI Radeon RX Vega 56/64 Air Boost 8GB OC HBM2 Graphics Card, £239.89/335.63 at Ebuyer/ebay with code
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
Features Core/Memory Boost Clock / Base Clock / Memory Frequency up to 1520 MHz / 1181 MHz / 800 MHz 8GB HBM2 All Solid Capacitors 10 years long lifetime under full … Read more

You're replying to yourself... Anyway, why do you insist I'm angry just because I think this card is inferior to other Vega 56 AIB builds? The dual fan model I linked is much better. I assume this is the review? It's not exactly a stellar conclusion. And if you go by the conclusion... The Radeon RX Vega 56 is a solid alternative to NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070. Both GPUs are neck and neck: depending on the test, the RX Vega 56 is faster or slower than the GTX 1070. The RX Vega 56 has a TDP of 210W but with two 8-pin power connectors, the Radeon RX Vega 56 can draw up to 375W. I set the power limit to 150% TDP (the max!) and the card has flawlessly passed all burn-in tests with a power draw close to 300W. The blower cooler is a bit noisy in load but does its job correctly. At idle, the card is quiet. The card has a backplate and the GPU tachometer (or GPUTach) is a nice gadget! The only issue with Radeon RX Vega cards is that… they are not available! This MSI RX Vega 56 is the first RX Vega graphics card I can play with. It was time! You can pick up the 1070 for cheaper and it's got 2 fans. Plus it has some bonus stuff with it. Anyway, I'm not saying the 1070 is a better buy, I'd suggest not buying it either.


Geeks 3d say it's a solid product.l think I'll run with their opinion and the people's opinions who own the card including my own. Keep up the good work.


There you go again full of


This is not a great product. I've said why. I'm neither uncalm nor unchill. Tacavas puts up good deals, I agree, but that doesn't mean the product itself is good. I hope one day you can be impartial and not make the discussion personal.


I think the main point is being missed here. For the price it's a very good deal that's why it's 313 degrees heat. Also Tacavas only puts good deals up. I really can't understand your constant arguing with other posters Nate1492 not just on this product but other products posted. I hope one day you calm down and chill.

MSI AMD Radeon RX 580 8GB ARMOR 8G OC Graphics Card, £163.29 at Ebuyer/eBay with code
Refreshed 18th AprRefreshed 18th Apr
10% off with code. Radeon RX 580 ARMOR OC 1366MHz Boost 8GB GDDR5 Armor 2X Thermal Design

I had this card but the temp was somewhere between 88 degrees to 92 which was quite worrying for me so I sent it back.


Not just turn ray tracing off


Any recent card will do that. Also quad processor doesn’t mean much. The first quad cpus 10+ years old now. If by handling you mean editing, use Blackmagic Resolve and buy this very card, as the RX580 is one of the ones they recommend.


Great card if u have 24” or less monitor that has native resolution 1080 and u have no real intention of gaming at 4k. Comparable with the 1060GTX.


If its just strictly for films not gaming your main priority will be noise. Most cards have can decode video decently these days. I used to have a low profile fanless card for playing blu ray films back when I had my media server.

ASRock Radeon RX 590 Phantom 8GB Graphics Card, £199.99 at CCL
Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
Decent price for a RX 590. Key Features: 8GB Graphics Memory Cooler Type - Active Fan Pre Overclocked Edition Outputs - HDMI, DVI and Display Port
Letstu Is a better card for same money.


This isn't badly cooled. It's not a good card from a price to performance standpoint, as the 580 and 1660 provide better performance per pound, but the temps are fine on this card.


Whats the problem with the cooling?


Bargain then


I don't understand why people think that gpus with bad cooling are a good deal

MSI AMD Radeon RX 580 8GB ARMOR 8G OC Graphics Card £175.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Core/Memory Boost Clock / Memory Frequency 1366 MHz / 8000 MHz 8GB GDDR5 Armor 2X Thermal Design TORX Fan - Dispersion fan blade: Steep curved blade accelerating the airflo… Read more

Got one of these a couple of months back, seems to breeze through Resident Evil 2 and Devil may cry 5 when coupled with a Ryzen 2600 &16gb of ram. Impressed.


Bought this the other day off amazon for same priceas this deal and its been that price for well over a week. Depends if you want the Amazon CS for same price as ebuyer.

Acer Nitro 5 Ryzen 5 2500U 8GB 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD Radeon RX 560X 4GB 15.6" Gaming Laptop £569.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Acer Nitro 5 Full HD 15.6 Laptop comes with dedicated graphics back-lit keyboard SSD and 1TB hard drive priced at £569.97 with free delivery Key Specification Screen size 15.6in P… Read more
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Cheers pal; I bought it in the end and it got delivered yesterday. Haven’t used it much yet but it definitely looks the part!


I have this Asus laptop, no complaints at all and for that price it's certainly worth it.


I have this laptop. Make sure you buy an m2 SSD to go inside it. With the ssd mine is more than good enough.


I just got an from warehouse... is like new .. for 650... which one is better? should i return it and get this one or the Asus is way better?


Cheers bud! I think it might be the Asus for me. Most games I’d want to play will work on anything to be honest, I’m more console nowadays for that. My current laptop is ridiculously old and it’s painful to use. So I’m after any upgrade but don’t want to be in a position of missing out on a game that I might want to play on Windows, therefore I’m after a gaming laptop just in case... Never bought a laptop before, always acquired them (sounds like I steal, but they just appear) 😄 I used to be more about building PCs and I was all AMD but it’s been a looking time, so no idea what I’m looking at anymore!

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PowerColor Radeon RX 590 Red Dragon 8GB Card, £199.99 at CCL
Found 10th AprFound 10th Apr
Price drop. Key Features: 8GB Graphics Memory Interface Type - PCI Express Cooler Type - Active Fan Outputs - HDMI, DVI and Display Port

True, this is a good price, but the card itself is a bit of a strange beast. Not really enough of a performance boost over a 580 to justify the premium price, plus it’s very power hungry. 570 is the best value/ performance currently and a perfectly capable card. If they shaved £20-£40 off the price of the 1660 I believe that would be hard to beat.


Agreed. The price is more realistic now but I think I’d still take a 570/580 for the value option or Vega 56 if I had a bit more to spend and was going AMD. Especially with the nVidia options GTX 1660 at £199 and 1070 at £229.


More like it. Great price for one of the better 590’s. I’m waiting for navi as expecting similar or + 10% - 15% performance to this. But for 1080p gaming this is a great price! Kind of brings it where it should be price wise.

MSI  Radeon RX Vega 56 Air Boost 8GB OC £248.99 @ Overclockers
Found 10th AprFound 10th Apr
Radeon RX Vega 56 Air Boost 8G OC, Core Clock: 1181MHz, Boost Clock: 1520MHz, Memory: 8192MB 800MHz HBM2, Stream Processors: 3584, DirectX 12 Support, Vulkan Support, GCN, 2 Year W… Read more
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Seems by the looks of it half the posts needed replies lol.


Seems like it needed a reply ;-) 344 watts of power is insane, that's almost as much as some entire PC builds use.


I just replying to the question i was asked. It didn't require follow up posts containing graphs


Depends what you mean, but I've used these recently. Geforce 970, 1070, 660ti Amd 480


Turing is not 'more bothersome to overclock' at all. MSI afterburner sliders are all you need to do. The latest set of Geforce cards are by far the *easiest* overclocks for GPUs in ages. And you can have lesser coolers on these cards and still overclock very well. The Palit review you linked has an out of the box OC of 9.2%, which is pretty amazing given it's size. The Vega 56 only has 'more headroom' if you pump it to the gills with power. But to suggest the Vega 56 is easier to overlcock? Have you seen all the required reading involved? Bios tweaks? Bios flashes? C'mon, I don't know why you'd even suggest that. The performance is within margin of error, and I wouldn't be so hasty to say the Vega 56 will 'last longer'. The card launch is nearing 2 years now and support for older cards wanes when the company moves on to newer cards. AMD doesn't have any 'magic drivers' anymore, so we're looking at the maximum performance form this card right now. Either way, I wouldn't give either card the 'performance edge'. As you said 'it depends on which games you intend to play'. My point was simply that over 23 games, the gap was reduced to a smaller number. Who knows what your actual gap will be

MSI Radeon VII 16G (16GB HBM2/PCI Express 3.0/1400MHz-1750MHz/2000MHz) £649.97 Amazon
Found 9th AprFound 9th Apr
AMD RADEON VII IS PACKED WITH GROUNDBREAKING TECHNOLOGY FINALLY COMPATIBLE WITH MACOS AS OF 10.14.5! I have installed in Razer Core X E-GPU case and its working on 10.14.5 Public … Read more

amd is resulted 100%crap when it comes to drivers. Not been able to properly use these samsung tv at 1440p 120hz and the freesync and subsequent made up custom resolutions, 1time works and another time it does not. Not a single issue with nvidia and with same tv(obviously without FS).


I have the Sapphire one, it's really good but would still recommend Nvidia for anyone who doesn't use MacOS on a daily basis


Beeefy GPU!


I'd just get the sapphire at £629 if you really wanted one, there is no difference between any of them.


Agree with the warranty point but to be fair to Markboy he did say they're from £629, not that this particular card was £629. The sapphire model is £629. :)

Asrock Radeon RX 570 8GB GDDR5 Graphics card, £134.74 at More Computers
Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
Decent price, free delivery. 8 GB GDDR5Core / Memory Clock TweakCore / Memory Voltage TweakDefault Mode: 1280 MHz / 7000 MHzDouble Ball Bearings Fan DesignFeaturesGraphic Outputs… Read more

do you get the free games with this retailer?


That depends on the application used.


These any good for video production ?


Supplementary power connectors:1x 8-pin There's some that don't actually need any molex but get all power from the pcie... But this wants 1x 8 pin


what power connector do these need, is it 2 x 4 pin or 1 x 8 pin? been a long time since ive upgraded

PowerColor Radeon RX 590 Red Dragon 8GB Card, £209.99 at CCL
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
Key Features: 8GB Graphics Memory Interface Type - PCI Express Cooler Type - Active Fan Outputs - HDMI, DVI and Display Port

Thought the game offer ended 6th April? I.e. you had to have applied by then. Looks like they have removed the banner on the page now?


Good price for this exact model of card but seriously have no idea who is buying an RX 590 and overlooking the much better value of the RX 570/580 while not buying a Vega 56 instead - must be a really strict set of buying requirements!


Good price for a good model card. Still might be worth holding on until July for Navi as I expect similar levels of performance or better with updated technology.

XFX GTS Radeon RX 580 8GB XXX GDDR5 PCI-Express Gaming Graphics Card £169.94 @ AWD-IT
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
RX 580 8GB, XFX No frills version. Price inc post, site supports the 2 free games deal. If you need a card NOW its ideal, otherwise wait for Navi 7nm to alter prices further. XF… Read more

In the case of a card like this I appreciate the cooler is a bit 'budget'. However, XFX DO seem to bin the chips somehow, as I doubt they take a chance with the high end cards which seem to be the fastest you can get. (apart from the fatboy friday p.m. rush job cough cough, ) So it seems reasonable this chip and cooler is a decent match at the price point. Basically all their cards are made to last, the sort of solution I can give away when I am done with it. (Likely involve zip ties and a couple of pwm case fans with this one, I dont think it has easy swap fans). But it says something that they wont work with Jensen. I would only buy XFX or Sapphire cards for myself, btw.


XFX are a quality supplier. I'm not keen on the design of their coolers these days but they perform well and as a company, they have decent CS.


yes, according to lat i looked on the tonymac site rx cards have OOB support on most o/s's.


This would be good for a hackintosh build

Sapphire RX 570 PULSE Radeon 4GB Graphics Card £124.97 Ebuyer
Found 4th AprFound 4th Apr
Great little card as a stop gap while the generation shift is in progress. Excellent for 1080p gaming/ older games/ Warcraft/ Fortnite etc

Was in same situation, had a 5850 1gb! I picked up a Nitro+ version of this card about 6 weeks ago after hearing about the generation switch. It’s a very good card. I only play ESO really and this handles it brilliantly. Was really surprised at how good this card is for the money.


If I wanted something cheap to tide me over for a few months, CeX have decent cards for peanuts usually, I’m sure I saw an R9 270X for £60 in there if you don’t want to buy another RX 570/580.


My 8gb 580 went kaput last week after 9 months - thankfully got a refund from Amazon. Was gutted as I was gonna upgrade when Navi came out, and all ive got spare to keep me going until then is a 1GB fanless 6450 from an old HTPC.. This is perfect in the meantime, im sure 4GB will be ok if I turn down a few settings. Thanks OP.


That would never have been honoured.


MSI Radeon RX Vega 56 Air Boost 8GB OC HBM2 Graphics Card £249.99 Delivered @ Ebuyer
Found 3rd AprFound 3rd Apr
Back to a decent price! RX Vega 56 8GB HBM2 Core Clock 1520 MHz Fan Cooling

I have this card too. Really pleased with it and the auto undervolt setting in AMD settings is really useful. £250 is a great price.


Technology has come a long way I'd like to believe. The fan on this card is quieter than my RX580 which had a dual fan and was overclocked out of the box (sapphire Nitro+ edition).


Its nothing compared to a console fan.


I'm just going from my experience with a reference 7950 years ago which I bought because it was £20-30 cheaper than the AIB models. Was really loud compared to my previous dual fan 6870, had to manually set the fan curve to make it bearable


I actually don't find this too loud. In any case I try to use headphones whenever I game. But yes frame rates are constantly over 100 on my ryzen 7 1800x 16 GB RAM machine, max settings on most games.

ASRock Phantom Gaming X Radeon RX VEGA 56 8GB Graphics Card, £264.98 at Ebuyer (3 games bonus)
Found 3rd AprFound 3rd Apr
Back in stock, not as cheap, still worth it. Features Engine Clock / Memory Clock Boost Clock: 1471 MHz / 800 MHz Base Clock: 1156 MHz / 800 MHz Video Memory HBM2 8GB Features … Read more

The oc Air boost model has a slightly higher clock speed otherwise they appear to be the same.


I really did sit on these deals too long trying to decide, seems the free games has gone for most cards now :( for some reason this card seems about the last one to offer free games, I'm guessing since it's a blower reference card it'll be no different to the airboost ones floating on here lately (but free games offers ended on them) I'm torn, but I feel like the deal for free games might be gone after today.


It’s right in between a 1070 and 1070ti. For £250 ish it’s best value card IMO. At £300 it becomes a toss up



What GPU does it compete with

ASRock Phantom Gaming M1 Radeon RX 570 4GB GDDR5 Graphics Card, £124.98 at Ebuyer
Found 2nd AprFound 2nd Apr
Features Core Clock/Memory OC Mode: 1293 MHz / 7028 MHz Default Mode: 1244 MHz / 7000 MHz Silent Mode: 1194 MHz / 6972 MHz 4 GB GDDR5 Features Double Ball Bearing… Read more

Great price, great card!


Very comprehensive thank you.


Apex legends 1440p 2nd half this video


Digital foundry are good. In fact sure I recognised these guys as to why I got my rx470!


At least with the earlier BIOS revisions adding enough voltage to stabilise the higher end 8 core Ryzens seems to be difficult from what I have read. The VRMs might not be the greatest ever, but it is a B450 board after all. For a Ryzen 5 I would say there should be no issues, lower CPU power draw. I am going to put this Ryzen 2600 in it, I can always see what it is like for overclocking before I hand the machine over (y)

ASRock - Radeon RX 570 8 GB - £135.55 Delivered @ morecomputers
Found 1st AprFound 1st Apr
Seems like a good price for the 8GB version
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With just how much faster the 1660 is over the 1060/580, it's very much worth looking out for the 180-190 priced 1660s. 20% increase for a small price bump is worth it. I've tried to put prices on the cards. 130-150 1060/580 180-200 1660 220-230 1660ti But we've got 2 things coming up at the low end of the numbers. The 1650 is launching April 22nd. This should compete at the 150-160 range. The good news? This will drive the 1060/580 down even further. The other possibility is the computex announcement for Navi on May 27th. This may be a paper launch, or something nice. It really depends, I wouldn't personally rush to buy a 3+ year old GPU right now though.


How has AMD managed to keep this absolute rubbish myth alive for so long?,review-34465-13.html Conclusion: As expected, new video drivers increase frame rates in most titles, but the differences are often subtle. AMD averages a 2.3% speed-up across our benchmark suite, while Nvidia averages 4.3%. In some games, you will see noticeable improvements, with frame rate boosts as high as 15%. But in others, the change is so modest that you might not notice it. It's unlikely that a driver update will make a game that was formerly sluggish or unplayable suddenly run well on the same hardware. Which graphics card comes out ahead in this experiment? Whether you count the overall improvement from 2016 to 2018 or tally the total number of average frame rate wins, Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1060 6GB bags the greatest number of victories. That's why AMD followed up its Radeon RX 480 with the RX 580 less than a year later. That's right, after 2 years, AMD averaged 2.3% increases while NVIDIA averaged 4.3% increases. This is *not impressive for either side, especially AMD*. Why do we keep suggesting that AMD will 'improve over time' and Nvidia will 'degrade'? This is an unsupported myth that seems to be randomly brought up with no basis. Let's put it to bed once and for all.


See, now you hit on another problem, Nvidia driver efficiency goes down for older games as time goes on, some games can easily go from 70FPS down to 60FPS on newer drivers which support the latest games whereas AMD seem to be the opposite with FPS actually coming up a bit over time. I think at this point, just buy whatever you're happy with, that's the main thing.


Yes if you play everyday for 4 solid years. I will agree you will at this point in time you will get more performance from the Nvidia card. But as driver optimization for Nvidia's old cards slows it will loose much of that advantage. But either one makes sense.


Poor soul. Must have kids

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