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Asrock Radeon RX580 PHANTOM Double OC 8GB GDDR5 GPU - $247.20 Delivered @ Futu/Shopping Express eBay

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Sell the game code to bring the price down even further if you want!

Looks to be the cheapest for a while for a RX580 8GB

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    Or wait for midrange 5000 series?

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      Maybe.. But still a good price.

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      I'd wait to at least hear pricing. 5500 should drop in at 580/590 perf but with a far higher efficiency and also be Navi (so will likely see future performance gains).

      But if you can't, I doubt you'll see much of a cost drop over this.

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    this comes with only 1 year manufacturer warranty though. That is why this card is a bit cheaper than ASUS, MSI or Gigabyte?

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      Where's it say

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      It's cheaper because ASRock tend to be cheaper in their components. A couple of reviews put the cooling a bit loud/not as good as other cards, for instance, and they don't have a backplate on this card.

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    Sorry, It was my mistake. It seems 3 year warranty is provided by the manufacturer.

  • +3 votes

    I spent 250 for 1060 3g 2years ago.
    This card just around 10% better.

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    But can it run Crysis… I mean rdr 2?

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    Bought MSI RX580 for 288 around July. It looks like a good deal.

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    Also the MSI and ASUS variants for $37 extra ($284).

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    Looks like you can pick up a RX570 4gb for $183. Not sure if 4gb worth it though.

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    I'm surprised these things still sell for this much.
    Ancient Polaris architecture.

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      Agreed, I paid $320 a year and a half ago for my MSI RX580 8GB ARMOR MK II which also came with a bunch of games to sell off.

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        Yeah, it's almost unprecedented what's happening here.
        You wouldn't have been able to sell an Radeon Rx 200 card for this much 2 years after they launched.

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      Cause there is no nvidia card at this price point with this performance.

      1060-6g was closest perf wise but was a lot dearer. 1660 makes that cost/perf even worse, though it is almost another performance tier up. 1650 costs the same but is pissweak & can't even beat a RX570

      Totally crazy situation, Nvidia needed a 1650ti that performed ballpark the same to fill the 1060-6g gap. The mindshare would let them cost 10-20% more for the same performance, just like the 1060 was like.