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Gigabyte AMD Radeon Navi RX 5700 XT Gaming 8GB $578.44 + Delivery @ Amazon UK via AU


First time post so hopefully I don't mess up!

Credit for the method to get it to this price goes to sylon from this post: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/550308

Here is a previous post with what looks to be a similar card? https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/544364

Price History at C CamelCamelCamel K Keepa.

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  • Dont forget to stack with Cashrewards $5 cashback deal.

  • This or the red devil? Any opinions? First time building gaming pc. Will have the 3800x as the cpu thanks to the big price drop.

    • Sorry was looking at wrong prices, if they're only $5 apart I reckon powercolor.

      edit: or even better, grab a 5700 and flash the XT bios. super easy.

    • red devil and nitro + are the best in the market rn I believe, better of getting the red devil if it's only $5 apart

  • nice one mate

  • I may be hopeless or something - I can't see the frequently bought together section on that page.

    I can see this one - not sure if much different?

  • Bummer, missed it. Looking to get this or the red devil to replace my MSI Mech 5700 XT. Can't stand the noise of the fans.

    • Have you looked into trying something like the Arctic accelero iii? It's an aftermarket GPU cooler that will perform better than any AIB model and seems to go for around $90au. Just make sure you double check compatibility with ur GPU and case.

    • Consider yourself lucky then. Gigabyte use sleeve bearing fans with really bad noise issues.

      But if the fan bearings are fine, you might be better off with some noise cancelling headphones.

  • Don’t think this has actually expired. Pics doesn’t show as the $578 option, but if you add ‘all three to cart’ option (GPU, RAM and CPU) then it does give it to you for $578. So as pets Ops method, doing this still allows you to achieve the $578 price.

  • I'm still able to add to cart, looks like it's in stock.

    Just to make it clear, this is the OC version, which has a slightly higher clock than Gaming (non OC) version.

    Item Model Number: GV-R57XTGAMING OC-8GD

    Gaming: Base Clock : 1605 MHz / Game Clock* : 1755 MHz / Boost Clock: 1905 MHz
    Gaming OC: Base Clock : 1650 MHz / Game Clock : 1795 MHz / Boost Clock: 1905 MHz

  • AMD RDNA2 Radeon 6000 series and Nvidia Ampere Geforce 3000 series coming out in a few months should reduced prices on all current gen GPU's by at least 50%

    • Unless you plan on getting a 3080 flagship model you would need to wait 6+ months for the mid range cards to be available, after the release supposedly in september. The cost of a 2080 may fall to the current price of a 1080 but thats still around 7-800$ mark. At the 550$ price point there is nothing until way later after the release date of the ampere, and after the stock comes to au as I doubt amazon us would be able to supply right after release to both countries.

      • AMD is getting ready to release big and medium RDNA2 GPU's at the same time.
        They have 3 Chips.

        Navi 21 ('Full') 80 Compute units big
        Navi 21 ('Partial') 64 Compute units Medium
        Navi 23 40 Compute units Small

        Only Nvidia is doing the dodgy by releasing high end first this time around to trying to milk its 2060, 2060 Super and 2070 Sales for at least another 6 months.

        AMD is looking to replace its whole lineup with the RDNA1 re-release of the 5700(36CU) and 5700XT(40CU) to become the RX5500XT replacement.

        Time will tell i guess. No one is 100% about what will happen

  • Wow. Some of the UK deals have gone back to normal pricing. I think amazon caught on

  • yep, amazon caught on

  • time to update the post: deal expired