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MSI Alpha Gaming Laptop AMD 15.6" FHD Laptop Ryzen 7-5800H/16GB/512GB SSD/Radeon RX 6600M/Win 10 for £849.99 using code @ LaptopOutlet/eBay
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Posted 18 h, 56 m agoPosted 18 h, 56 m ago
We had the Lenovo deal the other day with the same Radeon RX 6600M GFX at £799.99 however this has the 5800H CPU instead of the Ryzen 5 5600H . It think the extra £50 is nothing for that per…
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Aseel_Rajhi

Is AMD just as good as Intel? I’m lost, can anyone explain the difference?

HangTime

If you're happy with refurbs, equivalent spec hp omen 16 has been about £650 fairly recently.

brian_je

Just return the Lenovo 5 with virtually the same spec. Found it really janky on the frames like 30fps to 150 fps just walking and updated everything I could think of. But could be totally different on this

stuellis

Hadn’t seen that but from a quick look at reviews the USB-C isn’t powerful enough to stop the laptop discharging while under heavy use (gaming). So you still need the power brick if gaming or making it work hard.

england1982

Any of these on offer with the code that have numpad buttons and also that don't look ridiculous?

PowerColor Radeon RX 6700 XT 12GB Red Devil Graphics Card - £519.99 / £523.48 delivered @ Ebuyer
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Posted 23 h, 45 m agoPosted 23 h, 45 m ago
PowerColor Radeon RX 6700 XT 12GB Red Devil Graphics Card
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Paceee

Had this card for a while, undervolted well, overclocked well too. The fan noise however was crazy, had to spend alot of time and testing getting a comfortable fan curve all on the 'silent' bios lol. Other than that it performed amazingly. Wouldn't pay that for it however now days, sold mine on eBay a while back, will go back in at sub £400.

operationblade

I paid £753 for this (new also) in October last year. But at the same time I sold my one year old Red Devil 5700XT on eBay for £765 + P & P. Apparently the 5700xt is good for mining. But I won't pretend to know much about what that is. I'm not an expert in PC components but it had bigger numbers on the 6700 so I assumed it would be better. And that's what a few phone calls to 'experts' indicated. I'm not convinced but in money terms it was almost a straight swap for a new card so it felt like the right thing to do. But on a side note, selling that 5700 graphics card on eBay was a nerve racking experience. And I thought all was well. Until the buyer opened a payment dispute 2 x weeks ago which was exactly 6 x months after the auction ended. Resolved in my favour thankfully but is there a better way to sell second hand graphics cards?

Kazloav

There is no good reason to buy AMD GPU's, they are not as feature rich as NV cards, and are not the best for emulators. It doesn't come down to being a FAN BOY, its just down to plain facts. A GPU is no good if it doesn't do ALL that you task it with. Avoid.

audiofan99

Plenty of RX 6750 XT kicking about for ~£25 more... surely that would be a better buy?

Evilcell

I was very lucky, as when I decided to build, they dropped the 3070 the week after and I was able to snatch 1. Could have gotten some other cards as well(think it was the 3060ti) but didn’t want to scrap it so didn’t bother. I would suspect a drop will happen soon, as the UK haven’t had a drop for over a month

ATI Radeon R9 380 4GB Desktop Tower PC Graphics Card used £75 @ CeX
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Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
Decent 4GB Grapics Card (if you have a good enough power supply and required connectors)
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Kankan101

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

Kankan101

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

Willy_Wonka

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Yueyang

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

Aretak

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. https://forums.guru3d.com/threads/3rd-party-driver-amernime-zone-radeon-insight-22-5-1-whql-driver-pack-released.436611/

2GB AMD Radeon R5 340x PCI-E DisplayPort DVI Graphics Card used £17.99 @ hainault_treasures eBay
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Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
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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BucketMan

Any other cheapish low powered AMD cards? That would do games up to 2015?

Kenji

I'm not sure on the exact full height dimensions of the card. However you can just unscrew the bracket, there's no need to cut it down.

Mitchellin

pretty sure Firepro W4100 is a better deal since it still has driver support... for how long, who knows 750ti still has drivers...atm.

Kinio

All cards you have mentioned except for gtx 960 are out of support and there will be no more official drivers updates for them. Also theres no good modded drivers for old Nvidia cards. With AMD you at least have NimeZ modded drivers that actualy works well

crack_shot

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

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XFX Speedster QICK210 Radeon RX 6500XT Black Gaming Graphics Card with 4GB GDDR6 HDMI, AMD RDNA 2 (RX-65XT4DBDQ) £161.89 @ Amazon Germany
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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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Tobias_Winstanley

Better to buy a used 980ti!

jjaymz

Isn't this worse than a 1650?

chris_russon

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

Kazloav

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

chris_russon

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

XFX Radeon RX 6800 XT 16GB SWFT 319 Graphics Card £779.99 at Ebuyer
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Posted 16th MayPosted 16th May
Yep, I know, still expensive for what it is, this is going to be ice cold, but heading for the direction and it is the cheapest out there right now. :D :D Info added by @PD2K79 Featu…
Blueberry_Aniseed

I'd pay 401 if you have one.

EDEN188

Not sure I would agree with that. I'm actually after one of these for PCVR gaming, I have read that these cards will provide the immersion experience from these top cards

buggerlugz

Even at £400 this card would be a rip off. Lets face it, it's aimed at Miners, not gamers, which is the reason we see this ludicrous pricing in 2022.

audiofan99

Alert me when it's under £700 and available from somewhere other than ebooger, or overscalpers... :{

moshispam

Past experience of what a not quite top of the line card used to cost (adjusting for inflation) I believe.