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RADEON RX VEGA 56 £709.99 - Overclockers
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Price has been SLASHED!! get this before it WILL go up again time is running out !
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Norseg4 h, 35 m ago

It was I think but miners r**ed the pricesEven then people were saying the …It was I think but miners r**ed the pricesEven then people were saying the RRP was overpriced, they just regret it.. I know I doAMD and Nvidia need to hurry up and release mining cards and possibly make the Gaming cards worthless to mine on and Make the mining cards unable to game well, I don't know if they can do this


Would you also like cars with no luggage space and vans with no passenger seats.

The real problem is manufacturers haven’t risen to the production requirement challenge. At the same time they should have introduced buying restrictions on retailers. Sell under our rules or don’t get stock.

At the end of the day the GPU companies need to make money. The winners are retailers as I doubt cost prices have risen much.
spy_master4 h, 14 m ago

Way overpriced still. Should be in the 300 to 400 bracket for the …Way overpriced still. Should be in the 300 to 400 bracket for the performance you get outside of mining


It was I think but miners r**ed the prices

Even then people were saying the RRP was overpriced, they just regret it.. I know I do

AMD and Nvidia need to hurry up and release mining cards and possibly make the Gaming cards worthless to mine on and Make the mining cards unable to game well, I don't know if they can do this
Edited by: "Norseg" 4 h, 32 m ago
I remember when these cards released
some posted it as a deal, they all went cold, I remember the comments were "just buy a GTX 1070" for cheaper and the same performance
Got to be a troll post...
Smadmad25 m ago

Nah I wouldn't buy at this price as a miner.


Really?!? Wouldn’t have guessed haha. Without mining wouldn’t be in this mess in the first place
MSI Radeon RX 570 ARMOR OC 4 GB GDDR5 3xDP/HDMI/DVI-D Graphics Card - £244 @ Amazon IT
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Cheapest on the market as far as I can tell only 5 in stock though so be quick
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Yea i recently got an nitro rx 580 8gb on amazon prime now for £262.50, seen for sale there again few days afterwards for the same but agree it's not all the time
1060s aren't much more at novatech just had 1060 6gb aorus for £317 delivered last week
Wow the I knew the GPU market was bad but didn't realise it was this bad. I got my RX580 8GB for around £220 last may, now you have to pay £244 for a 570 4GB?! Crazy stuff.
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Tough crowd
Zoea9 m ago

Probably not even that good I would say. Only benefits from 4gb memory but …Probably not even that good I would say. Only benefits from 4gb memory but you may be struggling at 1080 60 with newer games depending. I wouldn't pay this much, I paid £360 for Vega 56 at launch, a much better proposition.Of course it's all gone to **** since then but Crypto is falling if you are a mug (? brave more like) you can soon/now pick up cheap ex-mining 580s or vegas I would say.


Not sure how you understand that question.. but well done!
Dell inspiron 15.6 (5565) AMD A10 Quad Core, 1tb Hdd, 8GB Ram, 4 GB, AMD Radeon R5 Graphics 4GB £284.14 @ Dell
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Adam_904 h, 6 m ago

[Image] Is this Dell a decent deal? Bought it last week but unsure whether …[Image] Is this Dell a decent deal? Bought it last week but unsure whether to cancel or not. Thanks


to me that is a great deal 16 gb ram, 256 gb ssd, i7 processor 3.5 ghz. The weak link is the graphics card its only suitable for light gaming . As a general purpose laptop you have everything you need at a price it would be a challenge to match.

For less than £100 more than I paid for the same chasis, you are getting a lot better specification.
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iEimis5 h, 1 m ago

It’s £284 though, with 8GB of RAM, FHD and dedicated graphics. Stick in an …It’s £284 though, with 8GB of RAM, FHD and dedicated graphics. Stick in an SSD for £45~ and it will be flawless, pertect for productivity and some light gaming.


Sub £300 it's a winner.
*very* light gaming. I have the A10 with the R6 gpu and it'll run older games like skyrim (and Skyrim:SE), AC:Black Flag, but struggles with a modded Minecraft. Can run Overwatch on ugly settings. Just.
Good value laptop for any non-gaming purposes though, being under £300.
And yeah, swap in an SSD is a smart move.
Just an info : the prices shown at the outlet do not include tax, after going to checkout 20% is added to the total price.
fiqqer41 m ago

I think its swings and roundabouts. I bought the Dell as a second laptop …I think its swings and roundabouts. I bought the Dell as a second laptop for someone who already has the Lenovo 320. If the Lenovo had the same spec it, for me it is the better laptopHowever you really need 8gb ram nowadays. The hard drive is not an issue 1tb or small SSD? I would go for the 1 tb as I can replace the SSD if I need to easily and use the 1tb as an external backup.so comparing both offers as is, the Dell is the better offer. The issues you want to consider are battery life - Lenovo is much better. Weight, the Lenovo wins again. Lenovo = all plastic: Dell = metal chasis Light gaming and media - Dell basic cpu tasks - LenovoRam - Dell 8gb vs Lenovo 4gbHard drive - for light use the Lenovo - for large amounts of data DellScreen: Lenovo = glossy - reflective screen Dell: = Matt, non-reflective but "duller"


33168720-OOtJX.jpgIs this Dell a decent deal? Bought it last week but unsure whether to cancel or not.

Thanks
This is a tn screen the lenovo is ips that would be the deal breaker for me. Another annoyance is only single ram slot on lenovo=no dual channel memory and significant reduction in graphics performance
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ASUS ROG-STRIX-RX580-O8G-GAMING Radeon RX 580 8GB @ EUR 363,40  (Amazon.es)
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A good opportunity for gamers. :) You have to be faster than miners.
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Well, this bad deal expired already!
SixtyFive26 m ago

Bitcoin mining is now classed as extinct.


GPUs are used for Ethereum or something else that's ASIC resistant. Not even sure this insane price can be blamed on that, maybe it's lack of innovation and nothing else on the horizon.
SixtyFive11 m ago

Bitcoin mining is now classed as extinct.



Still done but with ASICs using a fraction of the power.
Bitcoin mining is now classed as extinct.
worst time ever to buy.
SAPPHIRE Radeon RX 570 PULSE ITX 4 GB Graphics Card - £199.99 @ Amazon UK
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Finally back in stock and finally dipping below £200. THis is the cheapest I can find this. Product Description: 4GB SAPPHIRE Radeon RX 570 PULSE ITX, 14nm Polaris, 2048 Streams,… Read more
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MadeInBeats30th Dec 2017

This slightly outperforms a GTX 1060 in mining, and massively in video …This slightly outperforms a GTX 1060 in mining, and massively in video compositing, but the GTX 1060 seems to bury this in the gaming department.


probably more than slightly I can get mine to 30.2 mhs on ETH only
Jizzmeister12 h, 44 m ago

Agreed. I think the RX 570s can do about 28 MH/s with a flashed bios and …Agreed. I think the RX 570s can do about 28 MH/s with a flashed bios and the RX 580s about 30 MH/s with a flashed bios. It apparently is quite dependent on the memory however and micron is supposed to be the most limiting.


Yes. Seems to depend on a lot of things, never an exact science and as you get really near the limits of a given card you start to test stability, needing more voltage or adjusting the clocks too. When I've ended up building these in the past I've never gone right to the edge as it's better to lose a few MH/s for long term stability and better power consumption.

I couldn't get this Sapphire RX 570 ITX much beyond 26MH/s stable due to the memory and small size, many forums say the same.

There is a massive shortage of graphics cards due to the rise in interest in crypto again - prices are RRP+50% many places if you can even find stock, I think with Ethereum breaking £1000 today, that'll only rise further.
Edited by: "plewis00" 10th Jan
plewis0013 h, 15 m ago

He isn’t going to be getting 180MH/s using GTX 1060 6GB, stock they do a …He isn’t going to be getting 180MH/s using GTX 1060 6GB, stock they do around 20MH/s and 24MH/s at a push when tweaked. You could get nearer that with RX cards but I haven’t seen 480 in stock for over a year


Agreed. I think the RX 570s can do about 28 MH/s with a flashed bios and the RX 580s about 30 MH/s with a flashed bios. It apparently is quite dependent on the memory however and micron is supposed to be the most limiting.
thisismyalias6th Jan

Dual mining with his setup he earns 0.6ETH, then whatever the other coin …Dual mining with his setup he earns 0.6ETH, then whatever the other coin is. 0.6ETH is a fine target to set myself, and most calculators for 180mh/s seem to be pushing out 700$ before electricity costs. Bearing in mind we pay a fixed unlimited tariff here for electricity in our place already, so electricity usage isn’t a cost factor for me when using the calculator


He isn’t going to be getting 180MH/s using GTX 1060 6GB, stock they do around 20MH/s and 24MH/s at a push when tweaked. You could get nearer that with RX cards but I haven’t seen 480 in stock for over a year
thisismyalias6th Jan

Supply/demand at it’s worst. Shame to see it happening to this industry w …Supply/demand at it’s worst. Shame to see it happening to this industry when people are already fleecing folk for gig or show tickets, etc etc



plewis005th Jan

Where are you getting RX 480s from - they've been out of stock for ages? …Where are you getting RX 480s from - they've been out of stock for ages? Anyway, they are basically the same thing as the 580 just an older version, but same core silicon so it'll be close and most people don't run these stock anyway.You won't make £600 per month from a single 6 card rig with those cards, especially after electricity. I would ask to see his exact setup and his wallet. Not trying to put you off but don't expect to get anything like that. I think £200-300 is achievable if you set it up properly. Plug it into one of many calculators and see for yourself.


When you are referring to the 570 and 480 do you mean the 4 or 8gb cards?
2017 Apple iMac 27" Retina 5K Display, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 1TB Fusion, Radeon Pro 570, Silver £1649.99 @ John lewis
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Last night this was £1,799 on John Lewis' site, I was even going to order it at that price due to the 3 year warranty they have, for some reason it's come down £150 today, so feeli… Read more
So are the fusion drives better on say a 2015 model if they have been slowed down in these ones?
Agree Fusion drive very slow and big let down. Better pay little extra for an SSD except John Lewis don’t offer alternative specs hence are able to offer cheaper price and extended warranty.
Jimi232 h, 23 m ago

My bad it's actually because it's a different graphics card, it's the 570 …My bad it's actually because it's a different graphics card, it's the 570 not 575. So Actually Argos have it cheaper http://www.argos.co.uk/product/7076240?


It's likely due to the hatred toward Apple nowadays, the crowds are really starting to turn.
I think it's largely due to the fact that they make the largest profit per unit in the entire industry and refuse to budge on prices or pay a fair amount of tax, all whilst having the money to end world poverty, the corporation is seen as greedy.

What compounds this divide is that people that are still on the Apple bus are so passionate about the brand that they will argue all day long to defend it.

Anything Apple gets voted down nowadays due to the unpopularity of the corporation rather than the product itself.
Edited by: "CheapoChaser" 20th Dec 2017
drunkenbaker1 h, 0 m ago

The iMac Pro is a new model of Mac Pro, not iMac.


The new Mac Pro is coming in 2018. The iMac Pro is a seperate model of the iMac series.
Rich4439 m ago

HD would be the last thing on my last of priorities as it's the easiest …HD would be the last thing on my last of priorities as it's the easiest thing to improve, hell a USB drive would fix that, processor your essentially stuck with.


Personally I don't think anything is that easy to upgrade in an iMac apart from RAM, and IMO you will reach the limits of a 1Tb HDD before your processor, unless you are doing Gaming or Video Editing/3d Animation etc. Yeah an external HDD is ok, but you have to wait for them to wake, I have a Thunderbolt 3 HDD and still it slows the system down.
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MSI AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 8GB HBM2 Wave Hydro Graphics Card £671.99 @ Novatech
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12 Left in stock If you're of aware of this card , then you aware of the spec
Vega was a disappointment the only reason to buy Vega is if you already have a free sync monitor if you going to spend this kind of money go for a 1080 ti
Carling.Fosters47 m ago

Card runs too hot (fan cooled versions are noisy as hell), uses far too …Card runs too hot (fan cooled versions are noisy as hell), uses far too much power, far too expensive and cant even win the fight with a 1070TINot a good choice for any reason....

silly comment, check benchmarks again, this time with your glasses on
Card runs too hot (fan cooled versions are noisy as hell), uses far too much power, far too expensive and cant even win the fight with a 1070TI

Not a good choice for any reason....
imdurc2 h, 13 m ago

So many Nvidia trolls...


Do you actually believe that?
Only people buying AMD right now are fanboys who need to cut down on their delusions.
HP 15-bw089na Laptop, AMD A12-9720P, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, AMD Radeon 530 2GB Graphics, 15.6" Full HD £449.95 @ John lewis
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Price now at £429 but without the extra years warranty.

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Glad to hear
So after using the online form to contact them asking if they do any price promise and receiving no reply i sent again asking for a follow up on the 'case' and still getting no reply i've just checked my credit card bill and have had a £30 refund, so although their reply to customer enquiries isn't so good their policies seem to be
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niall713 h, 55 m ago

Gutted I missed out on this, I even had it in my basket from yesterday to …Gutted I missed out on this, I even had it in my basket from yesterday to buy it today but they bumped the price up! The spec looks great but the one review on JL slates it for it's cheap build quality. Anyone here own one?



Got mine today and I thought the build quality was good. The only problem I have with it is the # key is in a different place in between the backspace and enter. I just noticed the name of the reviewer "Troll".
XFX GTS XXX Radeon RX 580 4GB with free delivery at Laptops Direct for £219.97
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Not sure about the brand but cheapest I could find Hope it's useful for someone
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Dan_the_man2841 m ago

Reference design sure. But no body buys reference design cards...


The TDP doesn’t change for non-reference cards, just the cooler, if anything the TDP goes up as there are lots of OC cards. A different cooler doesn’t change the TDP or waste heat dissipated.

Lots of people buy reference cards
plewis004th Dec

R9 290X chucks out a bucket-load of heat, like 275W TDP vs. 150W-ish for …R9 290X chucks out a bucket-load of heat, like 275W TDP vs. 150W-ish for this card.


Reference design sure. But no body buys reference design cards...
109place7 h, 19 m ago

I pre-ordered a "SAPPHIRE Radeon RX 570 PULSE ITX 4 GB GDDR5 DP/HDMI/DVI-D …I pre-ordered a "SAPPHIRE Radeon RX 570 PULSE ITX 4 GB GDDR5 DP/HDMI/DVI-D Graphics Card - Black" from Amazon in September, which has just been dispatched yesterday. Costing me £156.51. Worth keeping? Or should I pay a little more for more value for money?


Definitely keep that - it's just about all the card you'll need. You lose a little bit of cooling ability by having the ITX version but as the other poster said, it's not worth the difference between this and the RX 580 - they are actually the same silicon just binned and clocked differently (small segment is disabled on the 570).
Dan_the_man285 h, 11 m ago

For those wondering, it's more or less equivalent to a R9 290x from 2013


R9 290X chucks out a bucket-load of heat, like 275W TDP vs. 150W-ish for this card.
Darkraiser1 h, 51 m ago

Was £102 a few weeks ago at Amazon


That was the Sapphire RX 580 Pulse 8GB. I know because I got one for £102.50.
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plewis008 h, 29 m ago

Was £203 on Amazon few weeks back. Still a good price and near RRP for the …Was £203 on Amazon few weeks back. Still a good price and near RRP for the RX 580. Think it's a fantastic card for the money, it runs very cool, the design of the shroud, heatsink and fan look great (nice textured carbon-fibre finish). I didn't bother with the extra 4GB of RAM as I don't think you can really utilise it on something with this performance and got a Vega 56 for the main gaming PC from Amazon Black Friday for £389.99.


Was £102 a few weeks ago at Amazon
109place3 h, 11 m ago

I pre-ordered a "SAPPHIRE Radeon RX 570 PULSE ITX 4 GB GDDR5 DP/HDMI/DVI-D …I pre-ordered a "SAPPHIRE Radeon RX 570 PULSE ITX 4 GB GDDR5 DP/HDMI/DVI-D Graphics Card - Black" from Amazon in September, which has just been dispatched yesterday. Costing me £156.51. Worth keeping? Or should I pay a little more for more value for money?


You've got a great deal on that 570.The 2 cards are in the same performance bracket; the 580 is not 33% faster; 20% in the best scenarios, and more often than not around 10/15; all in all they are both great 1080 cards that can easily venture in 1440 with some compromises/less demanding titles. I'd keep the 570 and save the difference.
SAPPHIRE 21275-02-20G 8 GB Radeon RX Vega64 Graphics Card - Black - £469.99 Fulfilled & Sold by Amazon
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It's £469.99, has been this price before but back to the lowest price. Some shops online have this just over £500. Product DescriptionThe SAPPHIRE RADEON RX VEGA 64 8G has been bu… Read more
floppydesk29th Nov

Settings requested or screenshot please.


I've got mine on 64 bios

Hbm 1100. @ 960mv

Power target fully to right

P5 1050mv (or is it p6 & p7 ) not near comp at mo.)
P6 1100mv
+2.5% on the slider for core clock

Fan target 3600rpm

All else as is

This gets me 1690mhz at 74 deg. under load

In games the fan only ramps up in demanding parts but is not overbearing .

Obviously not all will do this settings some may do better .

A good starting point is setting hbm at 1000mv and 900 core and work up until you get artifacts or crashes in firestrike

On core just knock 50 mv off both p states each run until unstable . Slide power target to full . Then just add .5% core each run again until unstable . Set aside a couple of hours to lock it in but it's well worth it . Faster boost clock than standard Vega 64 and much faster hbm
£650 odd lmao
Squirtle29th Nov

The settings I use are 1000mV, 50% power limit. P1 core 1632 p7 core 1682


Thank you
aaand it's gone
good thing i 'pre ordered' one
Nate14922 h, 2 m ago

The 290/290x was their last good card.


Yep I stayed with my 290 until very recently. With current GPU prices I didn't think I would be moving on from it any time soon. Luckily I found a 980Ti second hand for £200 so it was hard to say no to that Still plan on using the 290 in a second PC once I scrounge the parts together, very capable card even now.
Apple iMac 2017, 27" MNE92 AIO, Hybrid Hard Drive Intel® 3400 MHz 1000 GB RADEON PRO 570 Web Cam - £1549 @ Amazon (temporarily out of stock)
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Great price for this 2017 27" iMac, you won't find it cheaper atm. Currently OOS but sold by Amazon so will surely restock very shortly, you can order now to secure the price.
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Jezza6710 h, 25 m ago

That's a stupid comment, of course they can be repaired, not that they go …That's a stupid comment, of course they can be repaired, not that they go wrong very often...


You're lucky you didn't get the model which has a design flaw, causing random reboots. Required a new mainboard and/or power supply.

Why did Apple have to end the Mac Pro towers.
rp71227 h, 14 m ago

Not true the EU 2 year warranty is not included in UK as we have the sales …Not true the EU 2 year warranty is not included in UK as we have the sales of goods act which has "reasonable" (think up to 6-7 years) but you have to argue reasonable potentially in court so we basicly have 1 year unless manufacturers offer more or you want to waste lots of time arguing.


Not correct, EU legislation would still apply (at least till we leave), so you have two years. The SOGA is an English extension to 7 years (Scotland is different again and only 6 from memory). If you use small claims court under SOGA then after the first year you have to show an inherent defect was present at the time of sale, under the EU 2 year warranty that’s not required. The other consideration is under SOGA an allowance for derived benefit is made. Exceptions for consumable/service items are excluded under both.

Either way if you choose to claim under the SOGA within two years, you can, but you’d be an idiot.
Avalon-One1 h, 18 m ago

While I take your point that they are really difficult to do anything on …While I take your point that they are really difficult to do anything on repair wise, if anything goes wrong after a year, you still have the remainder of the 2 years warranty required by law.


Not true the EU 2 year warranty is not included in UK as we have the sales of goods act which has "reasonable" (think up to 6-7 years) but you have to argue reasonable potentially in court so we basicly have 1 year unless manufacturers offer more or you want to waste lots of time arguing.
Nealjane10027 m ago

Just buy a hackitosh...anything go wrong with this after a year and they …Just buy a hackitosh...anything go wrong with this after a year and they won’t be repairable, they’re all glued together!


That's a stupid comment, of course they can be repaired, not that they go wrong very often, had one since 2012 and still works perfectly, better built than almost all other computer on the market.
Nealjane1009 m ago

Just buy a hackitosh...anything go wrong with this after a year and they …Just buy a hackitosh...anything go wrong with this after a year and they won’t be repairable, they’re all glued together!


While I take your point that they are really difficult to do anything on repair wise, if anything goes wrong after a year, you still have the remainder of the 2 years warranty required by law.
PowerColor AMD Radeon RX 580 8GB Red Dragon V2 Graphics Card - £220 delivered @ Scan
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I still can't find any reason to upgrade my HD7970 or 280x.
Still waiting for a decent aftermarket vega 64 powercolor have the red devil one coming soon but £590 is a stretch. Wouldn't buy this as my 4 year old 290x is still faster than this
OP: "AMD cards age better than NVidia so will be a good one for the future."

Apart from when they don't.

Seriously, there's no hard and fast rule that GPUs from company X will age better than GPUs from company Y. As evidenced by Nvidia's GTX 780Ti ageing horribly vs AMD's R9 290X and then one generation later, AMD's Fury X ageing horribly vs Nvidia's GTX 980Ti.

That aside, this is a good price for an 8GB RX 580, heat added.
Its shows up as £239.99 for me
XFX GTS XXX Radeon RX 580 8GB GDDR5 OC Graphics Card  £229.99 @ Laptops Direct
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Black Friday deal, and £10 cheaper than what was briefly in stock at Amazon.
Don’t forget Quidco
LOL XFX brought the brand names of cards from 2005 era back from the dead with this one:

SUPER ULTRA XXX GTX XTREME BOYYYYY!!!
Yeah £270 for me too
Gone up to £270 now
Headless9615 m ago

Would this be better than a GTX 1060?


They're pretty similar in benchmarks. If I was buying I'd probably go for a 580, but then again there are some pretty good deals for a 1060 rn, so that might win on price/performance
XFX Radeon RX 580 GTS XXX Edition OC 8 GB GDDR5 Graphics Card at Amazon for £239.97
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Similar pricing to the powercolor 8GB red dragon I posted other day. In stock on 24th November.
I ordered this XFX one, it was from GFDirect (France) I think but through Amazon and was £210 only. I asked and they said it was a reduced weekend rate, but it would come back round again.
Hmm I ordered the powercolor one. XFX only differs from size and slightly better boost clock. Wonder which one is more reliable though.
PowerColor RADEON RX VEGA 56 Back £389.99 / £399.89 inc p&p @ Overclockers
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Overclockers seems to have dropped the price of this card back to RRP for Black Friday.Its been around 450ish for the last couple of weeks so a good saving for now. The PowerColor… Read more
faster423321st Nov

Yes we should all tie our finances up into something that could cease to …Yes we should all tie our finances up into something that could cease to exist in the same day with no backup or support. Its proven to be such a stable platform that will soon be owned by China because of cheap electricity. What could possibly go wrong. With all 5 places in the world you can use it, I'm really hoping it takes off :P


I suggest you research what money is made how it's made. May change your mind.
Challenge your assertions ( not fact) about no backup, support etc.
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zwarder25 m ago

All oos


yep I've just expired this now
All oos
Amazon got this price delivery expected on 27th. Saphire version but same difference!
randomspam1 h, 53 m ago

Surprised this isn't hotter. At £390 nobody else is coming close on price.


except amazon bagged myself one last night
IN STOCK Sapphire AMD Radeon RX 580 8GB NITRO+ £275.99 @ Amazon
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1st time seeing these in stock and ready for dispatch for under £300! Seen the 4gb version selling for this price so be quick. Got this card myself and it does look nice and runs … Read more
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I preordered one of these months ago when there was a deal. They only just sent it today.

However, between then and now the price when down to £100 for some reason. So I just got a 580 for £100 wtf?!!

Edit: just noticed it's not quite the same card exactly but still.
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taras16th Nov

mines enroute from france - managed to get it down from 208.50 to 203.50


interesting, how?
Cheddar18 h, 10 m ago

[Image] According to CamelCamelCamel, they've been priced at £208.50 for …[Image] According to CamelCamelCamel, they've been priced at £208.50 for ages now - £275.99 is quite a steep price?


I believe it's the preorder price, but looks a bit off. During August this card went on preorder for 241£, and few week later own to £208. I've received this card the other week and paid it £208.
Anyway if you don't count this shocking preorder deal, £275 for this lovely NITRO+ is the lowest price for immediate dispatch.
EDIT: DOWN TO 264!!!!
mines enroute from france - managed to get it down from 208.50 to 203.50
acholflocik34 m ago

If you can show me a link with stock at that price i'll happily say it's …If you can show me a link with stock at that price i'll happily say it's over priced, any where i've looked is around the 300 quid mark for in stock



overclockers.co.uk/pow…tml

And I still think that's more than I want to pay, but you get Quake Champions with it.
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Radeon RX 580 Red Dragon V2 8192MB £239.99 / £249.89 delivered @ Overclockers
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Reduced even further - now down to £239.99 Its worth noting the cooling shroud on this card does protrude into 3rd pci slot - so will obsrtuct any cards being installed next to it… Read more
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Now up to £248.99. Does anyone know of anywhere this (or similar) is cheaper?
DJSyko2 h, 35 m ago

Will this go well with the ryzen CPU that was hot the other day?


The R5 1600? Absolutely!
Will this go well with the ryzen CPU that was hot the other day?
excellent!! cheers!!
LukeyWolf20 m ago

Weird, my R9 380X NITRO hasn't suffered from coil wine yet and I've had it …Weird, my R9 380X NITRO hasn't suffered from coil wine yet and I've had it since launch basically and yes it's a great looking card too


From what I've heard, getting coil whine is just the luck of the draw. I don't think it affects performance at all, it just gets a little annoying if I'm running a graphically-demanding game/a game at high FPS, because not only do I hear the coil whine coming from my PC, but it seems to somehow leak through my headphones if I plug them into my front jack.
ASUS ROG Radeon RX 580  4GB GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 Graphics Card - Black, £229.99 from Amazon
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In stock on November 10, just ordered one, if you don't want to wait for Black Friday. Technical Details BrandASUSItem Weight1.1 KgProduct Dimensions24.2 x 3.8 x 13 cmItem model… Read more
abhijitdash1231 h, 17 m ago

Well doesn’t overclocking the card void its warranty?


No, not unless you flash a custom BIOS or do a hartdware modification.
Nate149223 m ago

You linked a graph of 2560x1440p. Running a 580 at 2k graphics is not …You linked a graph of 2560x1440p. Running a 580 at 2k graphics is not really ideal, it's quite low on the threshold of playable for a ton of games.[Image] Here's the 1080p performance. When you suggest a 1060 3gb, you should really not cherry pick a review that is designed to max the 3gb of VRAM.Anyway, what isn't shown here is that the 580 cards don't OC well.https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Sapphire/RX_580_Nitro_Plus/33.html4.4% on that card.SO, it's 3% faster at stock compared to the 1060 6gb, and 13% faster than the 1060 3gb.https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_1060_Armor/33.htmlEven this mid grade GTX (Armor) is pulling 16.5% OC.https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_1060_Gaming_X_3_GB/29.htmlAnd this MSI Gamign X 3gb card is pulling 14.5% OC.The AMD cards are very close to their max performance out of the box, but once you put a modest OC on the Nvidia cards, they catch up, or pass, the AMD equiv.


Well doesn’t overclocking the card void its warranty?
ufloat213 h, 4 m ago

[Image]


You linked a graph of 2560x1440p. Running a 580 at 2k graphics is not really ideal, it's quite low on the threshold of playable for a ton of games.

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Here's the 1080p performance. When you suggest a 1060 3gb, you should really not cherry pick a review that is designed to max the 3gb of VRAM.

Anyway, what isn't shown here is that the 580 cards don't OC well.


techpowerup.com/rev…tml


4.4% on that card.


SO, it's 3% faster at stock compared to the 1060 6gb, and 13% faster than the 1060 3gb.


techpowerup.com/rev…tml

Even this mid grade GTX (Armor) is pulling 16.5% OC.

techpowerup.com/rev…tml

And this MSI Gamign X 3gb card is pulling 14.5% OC.

The AMD cards are very close to their max performance out of the box, but once you put a modest OC on the Nvidia cards, they catch up, or pass, the AMD equiv.
Scottc12316 m ago

Cold, I paid less than this for a 1070.


from where? and let me guess, 2nd hand?

edit

so you actually paid £295 (i.e. more)
and it was an Amazon Warehouse deal

hardly apples to apples
Edited by: "adamspencer95" 7th Nov 2017
Sapphire  NITRO+ Radeon RX 570 4 GB GDDR5 Graphics card, £230.96 from amazon MemoCow
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In stock, if you want one soon. With NITRO+ models, SAPPHIRE has upped the stakes with its new Fan Check, which allows users to check the cooler's status via SAPPHIRE Tix 3.0 so… Read more
coventgamer29 m ago

Bought a few for another mining rig




lol please tell me you got at least a minimum of 500 pcs for mining,

or you still using to mine:

hotukdeals.com/dea…113

lol
Edited by: "fattyuk" 4th Nov 2017
Bought a few for another mining rig
£260 now so a bad deal just got even worse. 1060 6gb can be had easily for this money
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