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MSI Radeon RX VEGA 64 Air Boost 8GB OC HBM2 Graphics Card £268.56 @ Ebuyer / Ebay
19/07/2019Expires on 19/07/2019Posted 14th JulPosted 14th Jul
Down from £335.70 to £268.56 using code PARTY at checkout. Features :- Core/Memory Boost Clock / Base Clock / Memory Frequency up to 1575 MHz / 1272MHz / 945 MHz 8GB HBM2 … Read more

This is the best bang for buck at the moment


really tempted to get this and resell for the AIB XTs...


Fantastic deal 8)

MSI Radeon RX Vega 64 8GB GPU £299.99 at CCLOnline (Free Game Pass)
Posted 11th JulPosted 11th Jul
Great card for the money. Key Features: 8GB Graphics Memory Interface Type - PCI Express Cooler Type - Active Fan Outputs - HDMI and Display Port

This price point for the Vega 64 makes no sense, there are better options within team Red, not to mention this is a blower card.


At the start of the year didn't this come with three free games for £350? I don't see why this is still being voted as a good deal 6 months later when newer cards are out that should push the price down even more than this.


Considering a Vega 56 offers you near the same performance at the same clocks, at this price you're better off getting the RX 5700. Roughly 5% faster (a little more as drivers mature) and uses around 40% less power.


RX 5700 is a better card all around for £30 more. Higher perf, newer architect, less power/heat.


I have the Sapphire Nitro Vega 64 and at 400 quid I loved it. Excellent 1440p performer, everything maxed and well over 60fps in pretty much everything. Siege and Overwatch are 150~ avg. Not sure what the blower cards are like but at this price, it's a great time to buy the Vega 64. The drivers have matured significantly over the last year. Heat added

MSI Radeon RX VEGA 64 Air Boost 8GB OC HBM2 Graphics Card plus 3 months Xbox pass £299.99 @ Ebuyer
Posted 10th JulPosted 10th Jul
Seems a great price for a Vega 64, better than a 2060 which costs a fraction more. For performance comparison I used https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-RTX-2060-6GB-vs-… Read more

This is £260 from eBuyer on Ebay. I got a Nitro+ with 2 yr warranty used for £230 so used market is solid these days


Good price for a Vega64.


Or save even more money get the duel fan aib pulse 56 on overclockers for £258.Undervolt and match the 64 clocks for the same performance thats what Gamers Nexus did. gamersnexus.net/guides/3053-vega-64-vs-vega-56-clock-for-clock-shader-differences.


save an extra 100 and wait for the new 5700xt dual fan coolers to come out


The Amazon one will get cancelled, as it is now £380 The CCL one is now showing a 5700 But thanks for that useless information about deals do not exist (y)

MSI Radeon RX VEGA 64 Air Boost 8GB OC HBM2 Graphics Card - £268.56 @ eBuyer eBay
Posted 25th JunPosted 25th Jun
As far as cost per frame it doesn't get much better, this thing beats the RTX 2060 at 1440p just because of the extra 2 gigs of vram. Shame about the loud inefficent blower cooler … Read more

Sold out now.


Only one left atm. I just bought one purely because I watercool, and these cards are stock vega design which eliminates the cooling issues. It adds a bit of cost for the block but makes this a solid buy for me. Hopefully I'll get the games too?! Thanks Op


man if not for single fan i would of got this right now. i have a quiet pc build so would be no good


was discussed in the deal for the vega 56, another yes said they asked ebuyer through ebay and they said yes. So there's a very good chance.


doh, got the decimal wrong, £5.60

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Sapphire Radeon RX VEGA 64 8 GB NITRO + Graphics card - £338.10 @ Amazon.fr
Posted 17th JunPosted 17th Jun
With 8 euro delivery on Amazon France this works out at 377.95 euro (make sure you apply the 10 euro coupon), converted using Monzo (Mastercard) this is £338.10 at today's rates. C… Read more

that coupon was only valid for about 6 hours one day, all coupons have expired now, Still a good price for this card. I have received mine and its great!


where/what needs to be ticked/typed in to receive the coupon?


where is this coupon?


Mine is turning up today (y) hopefully i get the free games soon so i have something to test it out with :p


Sapphire..... check Nitro+..... check Heat from me

MSI Radeon RX VEGA 64 Air Boost 8GB OC HBM2 Graphics Card, £318.47 at Ebuyer
Posted 17th JunPosted 17th Jun
Great card discounted from Ebuyer. Features Core/Memory Boost Clock / Base Clock / Memory Frequency up to 1575 MHz / 1272MHz / 945 MHz 8GB HBM2 All Solid Capacitors 10 years l… Read more

Within 5% yes. Some 64s can clock higher but anything over 1650 and you need a lot more voltage. Best is to run it at 1600 ideally which is possible with around 1000 - 1050 mv for most cards versus 1200 stock. Hbm on Vega 56 usually overclocks poorly due to lower voltage unless you flash to a 64 bios but not a big difference in performance. 2-3% between stock and 1000mhz hbm2.


Thanks for the reply. Just to pick your brain a bit further: So with limited overclocking knowledge, I'd be able to get both the 56 and 64 overclocked to roughly the same level of performance, with an undervolt? Thanks!


Not as much as anything past 1650 will need reasonable voltage and temps and power will still be much higher. You'd be looking at around 10% best case scenario.


Could I do likewise and undervolt this to get a marked improvement compared to stock 64 speeds?


Remember when these were £1000 at the mining craze peak?

PowerColor Radeon RX VEGA 64 8GB HBM2 PCI-Express Graphics Card, £309.89 at Overclockers (3 free games)
Posted 12th JunPosted 12th Jun
Decent card, 3 games promo makes it even better. THE FEATURES OF THE AMD RADEON RX VEGA 64: Brand new Vega architecture Huge 8 GB HBM2-VRAM 64 Next-Gen Compute Units (NCUs… Read more

2060 MSRP will likely drop to 279.99 with the Super being 329.99 or thereabouts, and should probably match the RX 5700 which will likely be about the same price.


Had to just buy, and get it over with


The cheaper RTX 2060's are already under £300. AMD are going to struggle if they can't hit this price point, especially if the RTX 2060 get cheaper when the RTX 2060 Super becomes available.


I think i'll wait to see the pricing on the RTX 2060 Super... https://www.pcgamesn.com/nvidia/rtx-2060-super-8gb-gddr6 I've read that the super is going to be the same MSRP as the current RTX 2060 and the non-Super card will drop in price. At the right price (£250?), the RTX 2060 will be a sufficient upgrade for me (I have a GTX 1060 6GB). I also wonder what will happen to the 1660Ti price as there's not a massive gap between it and the RTX 2060. Would the 1660Ti drop to £200?


The 5700 is being pitched at the 2060, which you can get for 330. The xt version against the 2070, which is around 450. So if AMD want to compete they have to be around that price, if not slightly less.

PowerColor RADEON RX VEGA 64 8GB GRAPHICS CARD £308.99 @ Overclockers
Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
AXRX VEGA 64 8GBHBM2-3DH Stand Alone Core Clock: 1247MHz Boost Clock: 1546MHz Memory: 8192MB 945MHz HBM2 Stream Processors: 4096 DirectX 12 Support Vulkan Support … Read more
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Thanks. So basically I'll hold for now. My gtx970 G1 is overclocked like crazy so I will get even less of an improvement. Flashed a custom rom while ago which gave me quite a lot. 1291Mhz/1531mhz vs stock gtx 970 1050Mhz/1178MHz


Although it would be an upgrade, it seems like a bad purchase at this point in time. Holding tight and seeing the newest Navi and NVIDIA's supposed planned refresh may be a better target for your money. The card is basically 2 years old now and has replacements coming in. I'd also greatly hold off on using userbenchmark as a comparison, as saying the 2070 is 8% faster on average... well let's just say it's not the case in gaming. 18% at 1440p 20% at 4k. And you get the latest GPU features, plus, you have Ray Tracing and DLSS (if they count for anything, in your mind).


its hard to say card brand to brand, but normally they are around the same ball park depending on factory overclock. according to 1000s of user submitted benchmarks: 91% effective speed faster 109% average user benchmark faster gamer FPS 50% faster (normal upgrades are around 10-20% per gen so this would be worth the upgrade) so looks like a good upgrade in my opinion :) hope this helps? https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-GTX-970-vs-AMD-RX-Vega-64/2577vs3933 to give some other context, the RTX 2070 is 450-500 quid and is 8% faster on average. so 150-200 more for 8% and even less than that in FPS. Mainly as this vega card was made to beat the GTX1080 and the 2070 is basically a 1080 with some ray-tracing and some fancy upscalling for a few games currently. https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-RTX-2070-vs-AMD-RX-Vega-64/4029vs3933


Can anyone point me to a decent comparision between this na Gigabyte GTX 970 G1 gaming? I'm just wondering how much I can actually achieve upgrading in to this


Navi news tomorrow or tuesday (computex).

PowerColor RADEON RX VEGA 64 & Division 2 Gold + World War Z
Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
Price is £299 if you qualify for free shipping due to the forums.

Yet another blower reference model. Are there just no AIB models of these cards that ever go on sale?


Clock for clock the 56 and 64 are within margin of error since the extra compute units barely scale. With both overclocked the gap gets smaller.


The headroom on the 56 is more than the headroom on the 64 though as they’re essentially the same silicon at the end of the day. The memory might clock faster unless your 56 has Samsung and you can do the BIOS mod.


True, but then a Vega64 can also get the gap back with some of said overclocking and undervolting.... :{ ;)


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Powercolor RADEON RX VEGA 64 8GB HBM2 PCI-EXPRESS Graphics card, £339.89 at Overclockers(2 games promo)
Posted 2nd MayPosted 2nd May
Price drop, with 2 games promo. THE FEATURES OF THE AMD RADEON RX VEGA 64: Brand new Vega architecture Huge 8 GB HBM2-VRAM 64 Next-Gen Compute Units (NCUs; 4.096 Shader) Bas… Read more

You mean first 2 years maybe....


I don't drive my friend, I don't need to


Thanks for that thingy veiled insult. It is a concern but it’s obviously not the primary concern. Can I take it that you drive something like a VW Polo Bluemotion and participate in hypermiling, since you’re responsible, not a dependant and not stupid.


Here is how Guru3D describes its testing methodology for GPUs: "The methodology: We have a device constantly monitoring the power draw from the PC. We stress the GPU to the max, and the processor as little as possible. The before and after wattage will tell us roughly how much power a graphics card is consuming under load. Our test system is based on an eight-core Intel Core i7-5960X Extreme Edition setup on the X99 chipset platform. This setup is overclocked to 4.20 GHz on all cores. Next, to that, we have energy saving functions disabled for this motherboard and processor (to ensure consistent benchmark results). We'll be calculating the GPU power consumption here, not the total PC power consumption. Mind you, the system wattage is measured at the wall socket side and there are other variables like PSU power efficiency. So this is an estimated value, albeit a very good one." As test methods go, that's not ideal. They don't even describe what they do to load the GPU. Also, their test set up changed slightly between the Vega 64 and RTX 2070 reviews. By contrast, here is the Tom's Hardware testing methodology: https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/how-we-test-graphics-cards,4912-3.html TH actually do measure the actual GPU power draw. What does seem surprising is Guru3D's low 100% load figure for the 2070. It's way below other tests at only 166W. TH results are 20W higher than this for gaming benchmarks...


not to mention poorly optimised drivers - for the first 6 months

MSI RADEON RX VEGA 64 Air Boost 8GB OC HBM2 Graphics Card, £369.99 at Ebuyer
Posted 7th FebPosted 7th Feb
MSI RADEON RX VEGA 64 Air Boost 8GB OC HBM2 Graphics Card, £369.99 at Ebuyer
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Specification Graphics Processing Unit Radeon™ RX Vega 64 Interface PCI Express x16 Core Name Vega 10 XT Cores 4096 Units (64 CU) Core Clocks up to 1575 MHz / 1272MHz Memory … Read more

sapphire is the better card


Well when you are a "fanboy" for a pc hardware company I think all logic is thrown out the window...


Perfectly possible, with the right case. DAN Case, for example. 295mm GPU clearance and enough space for an SFX-L PSU. The only fans are the CPU cooler, the GPU cooler, and the PSU fan. Personally, I'd pick an Nvidia card instead because it runs cooler. But not everyone would.


Pretty sure you wouldn't be picking a Vega 64 then!


Anyone building a PC that's too small for case fans? :D

Gigabyte Radeon RX VEGA 64 GAMING OC 8GB HBM2 Graphics Card, £399.99 at Ebuyer (3 free games)
Posted 22nd JanPosted 22nd Jan
Gigabyte Radeon RX VEGA 64 GAMING OC 8GB HBM2 Graphics Card, £399.99 at Ebuyer (3 free games)
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Free delivery* Game codes will be emailed out within 5 working days of invoice date Redemption/Terms and conditions available 'here' One application per customer RX VEGA 6… Read more

I do a lot of encoding so the extra threads will come in handy. And the promise of impressive IPC improvements has me stumped. I am nervous about RAM compatibility/DOA as I've bought it already and can't test it. It's not helping with my lack of patience.


I dabbled with the idea of a Ryzen CPU but it didn't quite fit with my normal, buy one down from the flagship approach. Ryzen offer great value and multi thread stuff they tear up, problem is not too many people write stuff for more than 2-4 threads so the benefit is limited. By the time you factor in Intel's better thermals (now at least) and lower power consumption, higher single thread clock and less noisy (always found AMD's very clicky!) i ended back at the i7-9700k....


I'm in the middle of an upgrade but stuck on the CPU. Ryzen 3xxx is seriously tempting, if I had patience. GPU and RAM is ready. I'll recycle my old PSU and storage. Probably a new case (y)


A modified version of this https://www.scan.co.uk/products/3xs-gamer-rtx-intel-core-i7-9700k-coffee-lake-16gb-ddr4-8gb-evga-rtx-2070-xc-500gb-ssd-2tb-win-10 With a nice Lian-Li case, some shiny RGB fans, a seasonic PSU, upgraded AIO cpu cooler and a 1tb NVME. Checked all the usual places and they more or less panned out the same. Should keep me in gaming for another 3-4 years without too much bother :)


2k? What's the build?

Gigabyte RX Vega 64 Gaming OC 8GB + 3 games (OOS) [£353 delivered] @ Amazon France
Posted 11th JanPosted 11th JanShipping from FranceShipping from France
Gigabyte RX Vega 64 Gaming OC 8GB + 3 games (OOS) [£353 delivered] @ Amazon France
Gigabyte RX Vega 64 Gaming OC 8GB + 3 games £353 delivered using fee free card @ Amazon France Back in stock on 20th of January

Deal is back up. As an aside, I went for this graphics card a few weeks ago, has been great so far. The supplied code for 2 games did not work however - when trying to redeem it with AMD, it complains saying you need a RX 570 or 580 installed in your machine to activate. I've contacted Amazon FR, hopefully will get resolved.


I have gigabyte vega 56 and I can confirm I got 3 games


you have a 1070 and you want to get a vega 64, why would you do this , your going to gain maybe a few fps but its £350 im not sure you will see any real difference and when you add that we know the new amd cards are comming soon id wait a for the new cards and see if they can compete with nvidia if they do we might get a graphics card war like we did with cpus and suddenly see huge movements with better cards and lower prices over the next 6 months and its not like your gtx 1070 cannot play anything


so my delivery is showing as shipped and will arrive 21st Jan!!! what the heck why would it take so long from France? Does it sometimes get put forward?


I've purchased, the reviews of the Gigabyte ain't great but the reviews from actual owners aren't half as bad. It's still going to be better than the refrence and the price is good

Gigabyte Radeon RX Vega 64 + Tom Clancy's The Division 2 + Resident Evil 2 + Devil May Cry 5 £391.95 @ Amazon Spain
Posted 29th Dec 2018Posted 29th Dec 2018
Gigabyte Radeon RX Vega 64 + Tom Clancy's The Division 2 + Resident Evil 2 + Devil May Cry 5 £391.95 @ Amazon Spain
Use a fee free card for the cheapest price. Great price, especially as it includes 3 games which are yet to be released. I believe they will email you a code for your games when th… Read more
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Amazon.es in November, I bought a OnePlus 6T mobile value €629 from. What turned up, a week later? The world's most expensive pack of Lupilu, baby wipes! I am battling with them still, to return my money... I sent it back and in the self-same cardboard wrapping and with signed for delivery. How do you prove, that's what came? I CAUTION YOU NOT TO PURCHASE ANYTHING of much value. It's your call.


theres some big announcement in 2 weeks. and innitial estimates were Q1 of 2019. so anything from 3 weeks to 3 months.


When will they be releasing new GPU’s?


amazon isnt an affiliated seller so you wont get the 3 free games. ive heard the fan issues have been fixed but dont take my word on it. i know no one asked, but i was looking at a vega 64 and ive decided to hold off a few more months and wait for their new cards to come out and see what it does to the prices.


I'm running the Sapphire version myself of this... it's got some serious heat generation. You better have a nice pretty big case with nice cable management as well as multiple fans. When gaming temp will stay around 60-65C on default settings. However if u force fan upto 2800rpm before you start gaming it will stay in between 45-55c in gaming.

ASUS AMD Radeon RX VEGA 64 ROG Strix OC Gaming 8GB HBM2 Graphics Card £415.06 delivered @ Scan
Posted 24th Dec 2018Posted 24th Dec 2018
ASUS AMD Radeon RX VEGA 64 ROG Strix OC Gaming 8GB HBM2 Graphics Card £415.06 delivered @ Scan
£415.06£526.9921%Scan Deals
Packed with exclusive ASUS tech the ROG STRIX is a powerful and stylish Radeon RX VEGA 64. This ASUS VEGA 64 has an improved thermal system with 2x more contact to the GPU and Pate… Read more

I have this card, resolved the hugely throttling GPU core by using MSI Afterburner and setting - -25 vcore +50% power target


Not great. When it hits £350 with 3 games it'll be worth a jump. Or £250 for the Vega 56.


Na, I’d say Q2 latest. They are launching a consumer card in the next few weeks at CES.


This cooler doesn’t cool the VRMs properly so while it looks good, the VRMs overheat and throttle. Check Google for confirmation. I would not touch this for that reason. I got one of the Vega 56 for £226 from Scan but normally they’re around £300 and an extra £115 for a 64 isn’t money well spent.


When have AMD gpu's ever turned up early. No way will Navi appear in Q1 when AMD will be focusing on the Zen 2 launch. October at the earliest with short supply and massive mark up from retailers. Vega 64 at 350 is more realistic in its life cycle.

Radeon RX VEGA 64 WindForce OC 8GB HBM2 PCI-Express Graphics Card Was: £499.99 -20% - Now £398.99 @ Overclockers
Posted 13th Dec 2018Posted 13th Dec 2018
Radeon RX VEGA 64 WindForce OC 8GB HBM2 PCI-Express Graphics Card Was: £499.99 -20% - Now £398.99 @ Overclockers
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Pfffff, no worries, didn't check before posting.


Duplicate: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gigabyte-radeon-rx-vega-64-windforce-oc-8gb-hbm2-graphics-card-39899-3-free-games-40889-delivered-overclockers-3128476 Come on mods, stop messing about.

ASUS AMD RADEON RX VEGA 64 ROG STRIX OC 8GB £428.99 (free shipping with Amazon Pay)  @ OverclockersUK
Posted 13th Dec 2018Posted 13th Dec 2018
ASUS AMD RADEON RX VEGA 64 ROG STRIX OC 8GB £428.99 (free shipping with Amazon Pay) @ OverclockersUK
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They trade blows with the 1080. The vega 56 is the equivalent to the 1070. The consume more power but you wont exactly notice a jump in electricity bills.


Cheers for correcting me. I'd still buy the sapphire and a Bykski if I wanted water cooling.


A bit above my paygrade, do me a favour (lol) There is a water block for the Sapphire, which has a proper stock cooler, so you can have a proper stock cooler and add liquid cooling later if you like. However yet again you’ve assumed that people who don’t want liquid cooling are somehow poorer or inferior to those who do. So it’s really not worth my while arguing with you. Just buy what you want (y)


Because the Gigabyte cards available at the moment don't have full block covers for them either?! Why would you take offense and misrepresent a simple open ended statement? Water cooling a bit above your paygrade is it? And I'll repeat myself shall I? "Why would you advocate buying a GPU with a known bad stock cooler?" "the Strix (ROG-STRIX-RXVEGA64-O8G-GAMING) has a full block water cooler available for it, were as the Sapphire (11275-03-40G ) does not"


What a massive and ridiculous assumption... I know tons of people who spend this much on a GPU and don’t want to watercool it, myself included. Why would you advocate buying a GPU with a known bad stock cooler? Google ‘ASUS Vega strix vrm throttling’.

Gigabyte Radeon RX VEGA 64 WindForce OC 8GB HBM2 Graphics Card - £398.99 + 3 Free Games / £408.89 Delivered -  Overclockers
Posted 4th Dec 2018Posted 4th Dec 2018
Gigabyte Radeon RX VEGA 64 WindForce OC 8GB HBM2 Graphics Card - £398.99 + 3 Free Games / £408.89 Delivered - Overclockers
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Lol yeah I’ve been battling the OLED demon recently, I’ve an oldish Panasonic plasma which works perfectly well but OLED is gorgeous. As for your GPU I’d say it’s had a good run but it may be time to retire it, depending on what Steam says. My old rig had a GTX 980Ti, a great card and very capable of supporting a Rift at decent settings, and would handle max settings on everything I played on it at 1080P. I suspect if your 7950 struggles to max games at 1080P/60 it’s going to struggle to render 2160x1200 at 90Hz (a bit of an oversimplification as there are other VR processing overheads to factor in on top), and you’ll have quite an unpleasant experience unless you turn down lots of settings. Oculus themselves have the GTX 970 and R290 as their minimum recommended GPUs and I’d agree. On the Nvidia side the GTX 970 and 1060 are roughly equal in performance as are the GTX 980Ti and 1070. Secondhand prices roughly average (in order) £125, £170, £240 and £260. Buy either of the last two cards and you’ll have a decent VR experience. As for your CPU, mine was a generation older (i7-960) and didn’t struggle at all apart from occasional nags from Lone Echo telling me I had an unsupported CPU, in spite of the fact it ran very well. Yours supports the AVX instructions that mine didn’t for Lone Echo and it benchmarks higher so you should be good to go once you upgrade the GPU :)


Thanks buddy. It was the Oculus one yeah. Around Black Friday they were doing the windows headset for about £120 with controllers. Was a steal and then did the test and put my money back in my pocket. My old 7950 is still decent for a lot of games however be nice to play everything 1080p with no settings turned down. I will run the Steam one as suggested and see what it says. Just shame that mining has made the cards the same price as 2 years ago. But is what it is. Deffo going to have to either get a new GFX Card or an OLED TV, these 2 things are battling burning the money in my pocket. Damn technology :0)


Are you talking about VR headsets? If so and you got your info from the Oculus Compatibility Tool then ignore it and run the Steam VR test. The Oculus doesn’t actually benchmark your system, it just checks it against their own hardware compatibility list, and it may say yours isn’t compatible when it’s more than capable. My old rig failed the Oculus test but flew through the Steam test and was fine with a Rift. The Steam test will tell you anyway. As for GPUs the GTX 1070 or VEGA 56 will both work well but go higher if you can afford the outlay.


I have an i5 2500k unfortunately says my motherboard is incompatible with the headsets :o( Just wondered if to get this or better to get a GTX1080 for around £320 off flea bay


Further info here - https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/8u60ze/buyer_beware_gigabyte_radeon_rx_vega56_gaming_oc/e1cwtfe

Sapphire RX VEGA 64 NITRO+ 8GB HBM2 Graphics Card + 3 FREE Games! £419.99 Overclockers - Pre-order
Posted 24th Nov 2018Posted 24th Nov 2018
Sapphire RX VEGA 64 NITRO+ 8GB HBM2 Graphics Card + 3 FREE Games! £419.99 Overclockers - Pre-order
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No it will not get any cheaper imo. Maybe on boxing day sales depends how many are left.


That's a lot of money for a few unnoticeable frames per second


I bought the ASUS Vega 64 from ebuyer for £400 to replace a 970. I'm really pleased with it. I have a freesync HDR monitor so would not consider any nvidia card, especially with their shenanigans and overpricing.


Overclockers UK: https://forums.overclockers.co.uk/posts/32299424/ Newegg eBay store: https://www.ebay.com/itm/382598638615?ul_noapp=true / https://wccftech.com/sapphire-radeon-rx-vega-64-can-be-had-for-340-today/ Newegg sold over 1,200 Sapphire reference Vega 64's in 24 hours on their eBay store, you can see the figures there for total. People from the states were buying from Overclockers UK as the Nitro+ was cheaper than anywhere else over there.


I don't believe that. Amazon had the 1080’s for £399 brand new. They only had 13 in-stock and took a few days to sell them. I was one of the buyers.

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