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MSI Radeon RX Vega 56 Air Boost 8GB OC HBM2 Graphics Card - £229.98 / £233.47 delivered @ Ebuyer
Posted 10th AugPosted 10th Aug
Model Name Radeon™ RX Vega 56 Air Boost 8G OC plus Xbox game pass Graphics Processing Unit Radeon™ RX Vega 56 Interface PCI Express x16 Core Name Vega 10 XLH Cores 3584 Units (… Read more
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Hope my supply is up to it! Tom's hardware review suggests fairly balanced power: https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/sapphire-rx-vega-64-nitro,5388-6.html Reddit thread has people stating 650w ok: https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/ahne15/anyone_here_have_a_vega_5664_with_a_650w_power/ Fingers crossed!


Thanks for the advice. Taken the plunge and ordered the Vega 64. Psu is a Corsair TX-M Series 650 Watt 80 Plus Gold. Hope it is man enough!


sapphiretech.com/en/consumer/nitro-rx-vega64-8g-hbm2 It consumes max 375 watts.Sapphire recommend an 850w PSU for that card.Its a monster.


I think they charge £10 delivery. That card is probably the best Vega 64 card. Just make sure your power supply can handle it.


Torn now... Can get the Sapphire vega 64 for £300 from Overclockers. https://www.overclockers.co.uk/sapphire-radeon-rx-vega-64-nitro-8gb-hbm2-pci-express-graphics-card-gx-38j-sp.html

Rx Vega 56 - £233.47 Delivered @ Ebuyer
Posted 2nd AugPosted 2nd Aug
A really good value, brilliant price to performance RX Vega 56 8GB HBM2 Core Clock 1520 MHz Fan Cooling
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Stonking value, very fast card!


"I'm going to be a bitcoin miner Napoleon"


Jeeeeeze, is mining even still a thing???


There's a couple of undervolting guides on reddit so check those out. If you need any further help feel free to @ me. Have fun great card :)


Ordered the Vega 56


So no evidence what so ever.


No reason why someone can't mine Bitcoin and look at the occasional cat picture in between the mining sessions.


Oh my mistake, it will have been used by a little old lady to look at cat pictures... (flirt)


Good job there's a 12 month warranty then


Other than a total guess what evidence to do you have to confirm that?

MSI Radeon RX VEGA 56 Air Boost 8GB OC - £210.32 at ebuyer_uk_ltd eBay
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Posted 14th JulPosted 14th Jul
It's now live! Around £60 cheaper than Vega 64. Here's the specs: https://www.msi.com/Graphics-card/Radeon-RX-Vega-56-Air-Boost-8G-OC/Overview



If you find a good deal, go for the 3600. The 2700 is only an option if you can find it £30 - £40 cheaper and use that money towards something else i.e nvme instead of sata ssd, case with better cooling so you can overclock higher both CPU and your Vega 56, etc...


Thanks. Currently got a AMD 8350. Quite a few years old. I'll have a look around to see if the 2700 is any cheaper (now Prime day stuff has started) than the recent deal posted on hukd with CCLonline for £163.79 Otherwise I will just buy from CCLonline.


The 3600 is great for sure, I only considered the 2700 because you've mentioned maybe upgrading the CPU in 3 years. An 8 cores / 16 threads CPU like the 2700 may carry you a bit further, maybe even 5 years, with no need to upgrade the CPU. I believe newer games are going to use more cores / threads with the new consoles next year probably rocking a R7 8 cores processor. You can't go wrong either way!


I could get a 3600 via Amazon for £185 as they gave me a fiver voucher. Would get a fiver off the 2700 via Amazon too. I thought the 3600 is the one to go for: are you saying the 2700 is better for general use, music production (hobby) software and gaming? Will have to read up on them.

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Sapphire Radeon RX VEGA 56 Pulse 8GB Graphics Card - £258.99 @ Overclockers
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Posted 12th JulPosted 12th Jul
Sapphire Radeon RX VEGA 56 Pulse 8GB Graphics card - The base of the new SAPPHIRE PULSE graphics card is a powerful Radeon RX Vega 56 chip featuring 3584 Stream Processors runnin… Read more
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Yes l agree Hardware unboxed when testing the new RX5700 series card shows this . The last graph on the video is a cost/performance one which showed the Vega 56 as best bang for buck in that performance bracket at the moment. patreon.com/posts/28195961


It's the same, I had high hopes that the new launches will push prices down; 2060 to £250 and Super at £300 would be more biting points. As detailed above, the Vega 56 remains very competitive at the present price points (2060S costing at least £370...)


So the super is roughly a 2070 RTX as far as I'm aware, slightly faster, do correct me if I'm wrong, but here's a bunch showing an OC'd Vega beating the 2070 RTX https://www.gamersnexus.net/images/media/2018/gpus/vega56-vs-2070/vega-56-mod-f118-1440.png https://www.gamersnexus.net/images/media/2018/gpus/vega56-vs-2070/vega-56-mod-f118-4k.png https://www.gamersnexus.net/images/media/2018/gpus/vega56-vs-2070/vega-56-mod-sniper-elite.png A fairer comparison is really the Vega 64 to the 2060S, as the Vega 56 is basically a 64 at this point, well it's faster in the above but near enough. https://i0.wp.com/babeltechreviews.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Untitled-4-1.jpg?ssl=1 2060S vs Vega 64, those are clearly very comparable cards, the stock Vega 64 even edges the super 2060S (Anthem, Devil May Cry, call of duty black ops 4). Bear in mind some of these wins for the Vega 64 are in that 10% range too. Again the 2060S is still the better card, but not by much. Considering you can easily clock a Vega 56 to outperform a 64, it can match a 2060S in a fair few titles, and beat in some. The purchase of a 2060S then becomes pretty difficult! I just spent a couple weeks researching my new build. Vega 56 coming in the mail for £200, which matches the above £380 card, I wanted an Nvidia, but the bang for buck isn't there atm.


I can see a difference between 100 and 112. You can re-link your silly gif if you like. As we as reasonable people on hotukdeals would like to see less bias and sarcasm from people. I never said it's all performance based. You used an argument that it was 'only a 13% upgrade' for a 37.2% increase in price, I countered that with an even better example, the 1660 is less than 10% difference while both is overclocked for a over 30% cheaper, yielding an even better ratio than your 13% for 37.2% (3:1 ratio versus 2.9:1). But... It's Nvidia, so I guess you don't care? Your logic only seems to be used when it's a card manufacturer you like.


Due in stock at Amazon also July 23 at £248.99

Ex-display MSI Air Boost AMD Vega 56 8GB graphics card £213.84 + delivery @ Ebuyer
Posted 11th JulPosted 11th Jul
Ok yes its ex display and has been refurbished and it's not as cheap as it was recently but there are currently no ebay codes live. That being said this is the cheapest Vega 56 y… Read more

As we all do! Doesn't mean this wasn't a great deal though? Nvm


A bit harsh there mate, I always like to know the lowest price an item has achieve so I can make my mind up as to whether wait for a better offer/sale or go and buy at the current price.


Furthermore please refer to your 1st comment on here... Lol


Ebuyer apply new thermal paste to gpu chips before selling them as refurbished. Read into it yourself and then go ahead with your assumptions.. :) :) :)


What you described would be called "Repaired" not "Refurbished".

Sapphire Radeon RX Vega 56 Pulse - £248.99 @ Amazon or £238.99 (New Users) Get £10 off a £25 spend @ Amazon when installing Amazon Assistant
Posted 6th JulPosted 6th Jul
My 2nd sapphire vega 56 deal, I missed out 2 months ago on this deal at £248.99 for this card. Don't know if this will last long as the new AMD 5700 card prices will be announced … Read more
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Cannot disagree with you when we get. Partner cards these will be awesome. Don’t regret my Vega though and both Timmyjoe and Notaapplefan have recently pointed out how good value the Vega cards are now they have come down in price.


I had a look an the foil is still on the outer casing but I decided I do not want to take the risk and have ordered a collection for a refund. I reordered another one but it will take 1-3 months before it gets here. EDIT: The static bag is ripped about halfway down an edge, not sure if that means anything but whatever i am not in that much need for this card and do not want to take the risk...


RX 5700 series are monster overclocker underclockers though so... (Look at notanapplefan's video or timmyjoe if you want proof) The same applies to Navi. And if you do a soft powerplay edit these cards are insane... 2200mhz 5700XT and 1900mhz 5700...


did you get sorted ?


let us know how you get on

Sapphire Radeon RX Vega 56 Pulse - £248.99 / £258.89 delivered (+£10 delivery if not forum member) at Overclockers.
Posted 5th JulPosted 5th Jul
My first ever deal post so be gentle, A deal I missed out on 2 months ago is back! £248.99 for this card. Don't know if this will last long as the new AMD 5700 card prices will be… Read more
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This deal is back on as of the 8/7/19 Be quick before there gone it is £10 more that posted but it’s been the 2nd best so far


Vega 56 isn't bad at this price, absolutely. There are quite a few 200-250 options on both sides. My point was the launch of the latest cards should drive the price of the previous cards down on both sides. We already see the XT version dropped $50 before it launched, which means the price ranges should really pinch the previous card ranges down.


It's not worth holding a reasonable conversation with him, thanks for trying though. Nothing I said was crazy, absurd, or baseless, yet I get accused of being a shill because I said to wait for the newest launch in 1 day. The launch is out, and it's a disaster though, stock cards are hitting 92 under load with 110c hot spots. I honestly just wish AMD could make a good card that competes, it would make purchasing way way better.


did you speak to retailer about this issue? checked pc forums? The problem could occur for a number of reasons - bad cable, bad settings, issues powith integrated graphics, attached adapters, damaged socket/ connector, outdated bios, software/driver issue or just faulty card. I had a quick glance on google , things like this happen and the problem doesn't seem obviously common with this particular model.


Old drivers were fully cleaned, ran OK on a single display, crashed with multiple displays - many people have had the issue with the card locking up and there is no obvious solution apart from possibly playing with driver versions.

MSI Radeon RX Vega 56 Air Boost 8GB OC HBM2 Graphics Card - £201.32 at Ebuyer / eBay
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Posted 24th JunPosted 24th Jun
MSI Radeon RX Vega 56 Air Boost 8GB OC HBM2 Graphics CardRX Vega 56 8GB HBM2 Core Clock 1520 MHz Fan Cooling £251.65 before voucher code add 'PURE20' at checkout

Just a quick follow-up on this. I recently sold my ‘old’ MSI Vega 56 on eBay for exactly £200 once postage, PayPal & eBay fees were deducted. I’d say that’s a fantastic result 😁👌🏻


I feel a bit sweaty, it's been a while since I messed with GPU settings, is there a recommended tool / guide to 'undervolt' this heater? I've found plenty of videos and guides on forums for the vega 56 / 64 undervolting, but just wondered if anyone has a recommendation for this card. It's nice that the overclocking tool is included with the drivers.


I've got an amd code for resident evil and far cry. Not gonna play either game. I just installed division 2 when I got all 3 games from my vega 56 purchase.


Hmmm that does sound familiar as I had to go via nvidia to redeem far cry 5... So do you have an amd code you can sell?


No when you have a game to redeem you put a code in on amd rewards. Then it says on the game redeem on steam. Then you have to put your steam login details on amd rewards website so its locked to your account. They dont give you a CD key to just use as and when.

Asus ROG STRIX RX VEGA 56 8GB OC HBM2 Graphics Card £230.76 at Ebuyer/ebay-with code(3 free games)
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Posted 24th JunPosted 24th Jun
Fantastic card, not seen it cheaper. Specification Graphics Engine AMD Radeon RX VEGA56 Bus Standard PCI Express 3.0 Video Memory 8GB HBM2 Engine Clock GPU Boost Clock… Read more

They jacked the price up £25 that just sucks!


Price has gone up now so no more value.


This or ASUS deal?


£ 269.98 on their website ...


I was holding out for a sapphire Vega 56 deal but this is tempting (even if I'm not interested in a single one of those games).

Sapphire ATI Radeon RX Vega 56 Pulse PCI Express @ Amazon.co.uk - £269.99 (includes 2 free games)
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Probably the best price to performance around right now, even better than the upcoming Navi tbh. These things overclock insanely. If you get lucky and get Samsung memory on it (use… Read more
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I think the Rx 5700 are gonna start around 290 as they are to compete with rtx 2060, and I imagine they will announce Rx 5600 very soon after that is released


hmm, well thats odd, mine doesnt show that at all. EDIT: And now mine has gone up to £285 :( EDIT2: The promotion is showing on my phone but not on my PC...odd This is what I see


Nope, still there for me.


Is the "free games" offer over? I can not see it listed


Just wear headphones :D

MSI Radeon RX Vega 56 Air Boost 8GB OC HBM2 Graphics Card - £235.98 @ Ebuyer
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Probably the best price to performance around right now, even better than the upcoming Navi tbh. These things overclock insanely. If you get lucky and get Samsung memory on it (use… Read more
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Two free games and a mouse matt too (y)


Nice! Waiting mine today from ebuyer :) Got it with 10% ebay code(expired) and TCB 3% earlier. So, hopefully, just 220£.


Mouse mat

ASUS AMD Radeon RX VEGA 56 ROG Strix OC 8GB Graphics Card £265.93 at Amazon (2 free games)
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Posted 9th JunPosted 9th Jun
Great card and good value, comes with 2 games promo. Buy a qualifying AMD Ryzen or Radeon product and receive redemption code for World War Z and Tom Clancy's The Division 2 Featur… Read more

Now £265.93 @Tacavas Great find and heated (y)


You can get a used like new sapphire nitro Vega 56 for £266.52 on Amazon at the moment. Probably new with a damaged box .


Thanks :)


I don't think there are any full cover waterblocks and I believe these use Hynix. Sapphire pulse and especially nitro use Samsung for sure. If you want to watercool you'd want a reference board but they may or may not use Samsung hbm. Personal recommendation if you want a vega 56 go for pulse or nitro. Flashed my nitro card to 64 nitro bios. Runs a happy 1700/1050 at 1100mv and is more or less on par with the 2070. Uses around 250W average which is less than the stock 64.


Would this be a good card if water cooling, the VRMs would then be cooled correctly? Also seen that if you get Samsung memory you can flash the Vega 64 bios onto it?

MSI Radeon RX Vega 56 Air Boost 8GB OC HBM2 Graphics Card £226.48 @ Ebuyer / Ebay
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*** EDIT *** - 15/06/19 - Use code PRICEWIN now to reduce price at checkout to £226.48 (same price as posted originally, different code) Comes with a free mouse mat. Tell me … Read more

Blower cards aren't worth it, if there was an AIB with a normal airflow design, I'd agree. The savings here is purely based on the low build quality.


Yeah the vega 56 is getting on a bit but as the breaking benchmarks on Eurogamer show, is more than a match for the 1660ti especially when it is £20-£30 cheaper :) https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-2019-04-15-gtx-1660-ti-vs-vega-56-7001#benchmarks


That's not a good representation of what it can or can't do in games. If you are doing compute based tasks, you'd get neither of these CPUs, and too large of portion of the score on UserBench relies on synthetic benchmarks that don't translate to the real world at all. When one of the tests says this: Much faster complex splatting. +62% You should really consider if that has any real world meaning.


Virtually the same card, but the Vega is nearing 2 years old, takes a lot more power too. Reference blower is awful for most case setups (Load, hot) If you made me pick today, the 1660 or the 1660ti fits this budget area better.


Have a look at a GPU comparison site

Asus - Radeon RX VEGA 56 8 GB ROG STRIX Video Card - Plus 2 free games - £273.48 Delivered @ Ebuyer
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Posted 7th JunPosted 7th Jun
Previous was £329.99 - Nice little saving. RX VEGA56 OC 8GB HBM2 Boost Clock 1573 MHz Fan Cooling

Red dragon is the dual slot on a nano PCB, red devi lis full fat triple slot. Basically like the sapphire nitro and pulse.


red dragon or red devil?


Navi soon, i expect prices to fall further on older cards, if prices don't go lower it'l still be worth the wait to see what Navi brings to the table, and how Nvidia responds...


Vega 56 nitro > pulse = red dragon > strix > reference While this might run slightly cooler (2-3c) than the pulse, that has a better VRM heatsink and have Samsung HBM which overclocks a little better.



ASRock Phantom Gaming X Radeon RX VEGA 56 8GB Graphics Card £253.48 at Ebuyer (2 games bonus)
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Decent card for the money, games promo makes it a better deal. Engine Clock / Memory Clock Boost Clock: 1471 MHz / 800 MHz Base Clock: 1156 MHz / 800 MHz Video Memory HBM2 8GB … Read more

Have a read of this thread https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/msi-radeon-rx-vega-56-8gb-graphics-card-24999-at-ebuyer-2-games-free-3229489#thread-comments as a pointless little fanboy is gently but firmly put in their place about these blower style cards. A bit of tweaking and they seem to run cool and quiet.. AMD seem to overvault all their hardware that they produce to make doubly sure that the hardware works when you plug it in first time which leads to overheating and loud fans to start with until the USER tweaks it... YMV though. I would have bought one of these but I bought a https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sapphire-radeon-rx-vega-56-pulse-graphics-card-24899-at-amazon-2-free-games-3234415#comment-37707476 instead just because of the better Amazon RMA service compared to Ebuyer.


Dam, if only this wasn't air blower style :'(



Sapphire 11276 - 02 - 40 g graphics card ATI Radeon RX Vega 56 Pulse PCI Express - £278.99 @ Amazon
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The other one that's lower spec is getting heat so I thought I'd post this, World War Z and Division 2 code sent next day and Amazon customer service.
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You can get this one after you apply the voucher code for 284 pounds https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MSI-graphics-card-Radeon-RX-Vega-64-8-GB-High-Bandwidth-Memory-2-HBM2/233237212411?hash=item364e056cfb:g:--cAAOSwp5Vc6AKC I know it's the blower style fan which is bad but if you manage to change it's still alright. Or wait for more news about Navi, maybe we will know the price.

PowerColor AMD Radeon RX VEGA 56 Red Dragon 8GB HBM2 Graphics Card £269.99 / £275.47 delivered Scan
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Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Product Overview Engineered for Performance, Reliability and Value PowerColor Red Dragon RX Vega 56 complements the already successful Red Devil Vega cards offering a more value s… Read more
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The RX 5700, or at least the model shown so far was a "preview" by their words. That said a model of that kind of performance will probably be between 320 ~350 imo, which is a pretty good place to be. I would guess there will probably be 1 model above it and 1 or 2 below it.


Can't bloody wait for it mate! My vega is screaming to be let loose haha


I'm in an almost identical situation with my Vega 56 being massively bottlenecked by my 4400. I'm gnawing at the bit to upgrade to a 3700X as well (8 cores, 65W TDP, what's not to love?). (y)


I think Vega prices will drop even further as stock is sold off to make way for Navi. I bought a Sapphire 11276 - 02 - 40 g from Amaz for £248. And you can still buy the Vega 56 Air Boost for £235+P&P from Ebuyer which is the lowest price I've seen for a new V56. AIB producers will maximise profits at all levels of the new Navi cards so expect some high prices compared to older RX 500 and Vega for the first 6 months to a year I'm not into crypto but don't forget it will be keeping an eye on Navi cards performance so prices might go bonkers....again.


no worries man

Gigabyte RX Vega 56 Gaming OC 8GB B Grade £199.99 / £209.89 delivered Overclockers
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Ok not the best version but it's still a sub £200 Vega 56. B grade means 3 months warranty but Gigabyte go from the serial number so you'll be covered for longer with the manufactu… Read more

No reason to lie bud (confused) ... This was back about 3 years ago, and their warranty was only 30 days on B-grade then. Trust me, I fought tooth-and-nail to try and get them to relent on sending it back to ASUS. I even offered to pay the postage involved, but the manager I spoke with was less than helpful. I even resorted to threatening contacting consumers advice and took screen shots, kept all email correspondence etc. They simply said...."tough....it's B-Grade and out of warranty" I know now that ASUS, along with OcUK are useless and haven't went near them again since. I implore others to be mindful of both these companies.


Thanks! :)


Should've cited 'not fit for purpose' under the Consumer Rights Act 2015 which would have given you 6 months at least. They can say 'you bought it knowing it was only 90 days warranty' but that's unenforceable, a bit like saying something like 'if you're late for work I can punch you', they can say what they like doesn't mean it'll stand up in court! Anyway, the saving is not big enough to warrant buying this Vega 56 and people are still voting hot - good luck to them!


Yeah they're right OcUK would be dealing with the warranty. If it failed within 3 months and ocuk refused then you rolled over too easy, it's literally on their website in the description that it's 90 days warranty. You're either lying about the time period and it failed outside of 90 days, or you were too soft. You're biggest mistake their was buying ASUS to be honest they're the worst OEM to deal with regarding RMAs .


I've bought B-grade ASUS GPU from OCUK before and it failed on me within 3 months. When I tried to RMA it directly with ASUS, they said that OCUK would have to issue the RMA on my behalf as the reseller, and they refused to do so. Steer well clear of OCUK B-grade. They don't give a hoot past the 90 days.

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