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[eBay Plus] ASUS Radeon RX580 4GB Dual OC Video Card $224.10 Delivered @ Computer Alliance eBay

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Price breakthrough on the RX580. Remember that this card and store is participating in the AMD Raise the Game promotion so you can also redeem two bonus games from AMD.

(any 2 of the following games the Division 2, Resident Evil 2 or DMC5)

In terms of performance, it is faster than a GTX 1060 (3GB) but very slightly behind a GTX 1060 6GB, but in terms of value the AMD card wins with it's lowest price.

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  • +2 votes

    This seems like the sweet spot for price vs performance ?

  • +1 vote

    Great value for money, hope vega 64 or atleast 56 comes at a good price. Good prices for these suddenly vanished.

  • +2 votes

    4gb tho :/

    • +22 votes

      I'm in my mid 30s after decades of staring at computer screens, I just take my glasses off and get free anti-aliasing.

      Actually I game on a 1080p TV still, so hot diggity this is perfect to replace my 290x with dying fans.

      • +4 votes

        I just take my glasses off and get free anti-aliasing

        I like to trigger my epilepsy to get a few extra FPS.

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      what needs more than 3-4gb at 1080P (this is its target rez with better than 90fps) as this will do 1440@60's FPS

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        Far Cry 5 for example, you can't run it with the Hi res texture pack on a 4gb card, it takes 4.5gb VRAM

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        2016 doom, mirrors edge 2, maybe skyrim/fallout wih (profanity) of mods. and far cry 5 as other guy said. likely a few more games too

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    A 580 8g from computer alliance was only 260 a few days ago, but I'm getting trouble getting the games, I emailed them and they said they're aware of the promotion but don't have any coupon codes?

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      This is poorly managed by AMD. Instead of managing this themselves, they give the coded to distributors. The distributors then pass them onto the retailers (like computer alliance). We don't know whether distributors have the codes yet and if they do, will they be willing to give out extra to cover existing stocks held by retailers (or only new cards retailers purchase from them). Similar thing happened last time where people purchased cards earlier during the promotion, especially from smaller retailers didn't get the codes.

      You might want to try AMD support.

  • +7 votes

    Finally after waiting so many years. Death of Bitcoin is great. Bloody useless tech making my gaming life hell for the last 5 years. Welcome to $400 high end graphics card again, it has been a long wait.

    • +9 votes

      Bit coin needs to be taken behind the wood shed and beaten with a blunt heavy object. They also consume the same amount of electricity as Serbia to run encryption for their stupid currency, so a massive contributor to global warming.

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      Bitcoin is innocent here, no one mines bitcoin with a gpu, they use purpose built ASICs. Blame Ethereum and Monero for the spike in GPU prices.

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    Anyone know how this card rates for noise?

    I'm running a near silent rig and am a bit nervous about decebelling it…

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    I don't trust asus after the vega series haha. Memory wasn't even covered in some spots and had a chronic issue experienced by multiple reviewers and community members where the ram would reach 100 DEGREES! OOF. Great price though!