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ASUS DUAL RADEON RX 580 8GB GRAPHICS CARD R6899

Asus RADEON RX 580 PC Graphics Card

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SKU: AS-DUAL-RX580-O8G

a year and a half, and one crypto-mining boom later, the RX 580 has managed to deliver on the ‘fine wine’ promise that AMD attaches to all of its silicon. It’s now the graphics card that we would recommend as the best GPU to drop into your gaming rig. It’s an impressively powerful, well-priced graphics card, with a comparatively huge pool of video memory and an aptitude for dealing with modern graphics APIs. And at just $190 (£197) it has very little competition in the market, with Nvidia’s GTX 1060 only giving it pause in a few DX11 titles and still being more expensive on the whole. Even the new GTX 1660 Ti struggles against its genuine value proposition.

Review by PC Games

 

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FORSA GTX1060 6G GRAPHICS CARD 1 R6799

Forsa GTX1060 6G Graphics Cards

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SKU: GTX10606GB

The GTX 1060 comes packed with features in the form of Ansel, Simultaneous Multi-Projection, and Nvidia’s VR Works. Add that to the impressive improvement of performance per watt, astonishing price point and solid overclocking and Nvidia truly are onto a winner here.

Review by Tech Radar

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RX470 mining Graphics Card R6299

MSI AMD Radeon RX 470 Graphics Card

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SKU: RX470-MINER-8GB

It’s great for 1080P owners and doesn’t shy away from 2560×1440 either. A nice plus is the relatively lower power consumption. The Polaris 10 architecture seems very sound and proves it can deliver big-time whilst remaining inline power consumption wise, we do think it is merely a small iteration over GCN Generation 3, the die-shrink with 14nm FinFET is the biggest benefit in terms of relative performance and wattage.

Review by Guru 3D

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MSI GEFORCE GT1030 AERO 2GB DDR5 64BIT R1999

MSI GeForce GT1030 Aero 2GB Graphics Card

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SKU: GT1030-AERO-2G-OC

MSI GeForce GT1030 Aero 2GB Graphics Card

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GEFORCE GT 710 2GB GDDR3 GRAPHICS CARD R1089

GeForce GT710 2GB Graphics Card

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SKU: GT7102GB

GeForce GT710 2GB GDDR3 Graphics Card

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ASUS DUAL RADEON RX 580 8GB GRAPHICS CARD

Asus RADEON RX 580 PC Graphics Card

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a year and a half, and one crypto-mining boom later, the RX 580 has managed to deliver on the ‘fine wine’ promise that AMD attaches to all of its silicon. It’s now the graphics card that we would recommend as the best GPU to drop into your gaming rig. It’s an impressively powerful, well-priced graphics card, with a comparatively huge pool of video memory and an aptitude for dealing with modern graphics APIs. And at just $190 (£197) it has very little competition in the market, with Nvidia’s GTX 1060 only giving it pause in a few DX11 titles and still being more expensive on the whole. Even the new GTX 1660 Ti struggles against its genuine value proposition.

Review by PC Games

 

SKU: AS-DUAL-RX580-O8G
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FORSA GTX1060 6G GRAPHICS CARD 1

Forsa GTX1060 6G Graphics Cards

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The GTX 1060 comes packed with features in the form of Ansel, Simultaneous Multi-Projection, and Nvidia’s VR Works. Add that to the impressive improvement of performance per watt, astonishing price point and solid overclocking and Nvidia truly are onto a winner here.

Review by Tech Radar

SKU: GTX10606GB
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RX470 mining Graphics Card

MSI AMD Radeon RX 470 Graphics Card

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It’s great for 1080P owners and doesn’t shy away from 2560×1440 either. A nice plus is the relatively lower power consumption. The Polaris 10 architecture seems very sound and proves it can deliver big-time whilst remaining inline power consumption wise, we do think it is merely a small iteration over GCN Generation 3, the die-shrink with 14nm FinFET is the biggest benefit in terms of relative performance and wattage.

Review by Guru 3D

SKU: RX470-MINER-8GB
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4 in stock

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MSI GEFORCE GT1030 AERO 2GB DDR5 64BIT

MSI GeForce GT1030 Aero 2GB Graphics Card

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MSI GeForce GT1030 Aero 2GB Graphics Card

SKU: GT1030-AERO-2G-OC
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14 in stock

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GEFORCE GT 710 2GB GDDR3 GRAPHICS CARD

GeForce GT710 2GB Graphics Card

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GeForce GT710 2GB GDDR3 Graphics Card

SKU: GT7102GB
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ASUS DUAL RADEON RX 580 8GB GRAPHICS CARD

Asus RADEON RX 580 PC Graphics Card

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a year and a half, and one crypto-mining boom later, the RX 580 has managed to deliver on the ‘fine wine’ promise that AMD attaches to all of its silicon. It’s now the graphics card that we would recommend as the best GPU to drop into your gaming rig. It’s an impressively powerful, well-priced graphics card, with a comparatively huge pool of video memory and an aptitude for dealing with modern graphics APIs. And at just $190 (£197) it has very little competition in the market, with Nvidia’s GTX 1060 only giving it pause in a few DX11 titles and still being more expensive on the whole. Even the new GTX 1660 Ti struggles against its genuine value proposition.

Review by PC Games

 

Availability:

2 in stock

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FORSA GTX1060 6G GRAPHICS CARD 1

Forsa GTX1060 6G Graphics Cards

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Forsa

The GTX 1060 comes packed with features in the form of Ansel, Simultaneous Multi-Projection, and Nvidia’s VR Works. Add that to the impressive improvement of performance per watt, astonishing price point and solid overclocking and Nvidia truly are onto a winner here.

Review by Tech Radar

Availability:

2 in stock

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RX470 mining Graphics Card

MSI AMD Radeon RX 470 Graphics Card

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MSI

It’s great for 1080P owners and doesn’t shy away from 2560×1440 either. A nice plus is the relatively lower power consumption. The Polaris 10 architecture seems very sound and proves it can deliver big-time whilst remaining inline power consumption wise, we do think it is merely a small iteration over GCN Generation 3, the die-shrink with 14nm FinFET is the biggest benefit in terms of relative performance and wattage.

Review by Guru 3D

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4 in stock

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MSI GEFORCE GT1030 AERO 2GB DDR5 64BIT
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14 in stock

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GEFORCE GT 710 2GB GDDR3 GRAPHICS CARD
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9 in stock

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ASUS DUAL RADEON RX 580 8GB GRAPHICS CARD

Asus RADEON RX 580 PC Graphics Card

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a year and a half, and one crypto-mining boom later, the RX 580 has managed to deliver on the ‘fine wine’ promise that AMD attaches to all of its silicon. It’s now the graphics card that we would recommend as the best GPU to drop into your gaming rig. It’s an impressively powerful, well-priced graphics card, with a comparatively huge pool of video memory and an aptitude for dealing with modern graphics APIs. And at just $190 (£197) it has very little competition in the market, with Nvidia’s GTX 1060 only giving it pause in a few DX11 titles and still being more expensive on the whole. Even the new GTX 1660 Ti struggles against its genuine value proposition.

Review by PC Games

 

FORSA GTX1060 6G GRAPHICS CARD 1

Forsa GTX1060 6G Graphics Cards

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The GTX 1060 comes packed with features in the form of Ansel, Simultaneous Multi-Projection, and Nvidia’s VR Works. Add that to the impressive improvement of performance per watt, astonishing price point and solid overclocking and Nvidia truly are onto a winner here.

Review by Tech Radar

RX470 mining Graphics Card

MSI AMD Radeon RX 470 Graphics Card

0 out of 5
(0)

It’s great for 1080P owners and doesn’t shy away from 2560×1440 either. A nice plus is the relatively lower power consumption. The Polaris 10 architecture seems very sound and proves it can deliver big-time whilst remaining inline power consumption wise, we do think it is merely a small iteration over GCN Generation 3, the die-shrink with 14nm FinFET is the biggest benefit in terms of relative performance and wattage.

Review by Guru 3D

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