ASUS' Radeon RX 580 Dual is now £150 in the UK

This GPU also ships with three free games

ASUS' Radeon RX 580 Dual is now £150 in the UK

ASUS' Radeon RX 580 Dual is now £150 in the UK

This time last year the GPU market was a mess, with cryptocurrency pricing driving the prices of GPUs to ludicrously high levels. Radeon graphics cards were almost non-existent on store shelves, and if you could find one, you could be sure that the pricing was well over MSRP. 

While things died down as 2018 progressed, the pricing of graphics cards from camps Radeon and Geforce only returned to their standard MSRP prices, at least outside of limited sales events. Now, things are changing. 

Over the past few days, we have started to see a lot of great GPU deals from a range of manufacturers and retailers, likely in response to today's launch of Nvidia's GTX 1660 Ti graphics cards. Now, we can see Radeon graphics cards selling for bargain prices, which when combined with AMD's "Raise the Game Fully Loaded Bundle", makes for an attractive landscape for the low-end of the graphics market. 

Today, we have for you a £150 Radeon RX 580 Dual graphics card from ASUS, offering users 4GB of GDDR5 memory and enough GPU TFLOPS to outpace a PS4 Pro, making for a great graphics card for 1080p performance. When combined with AMD's two-game bundle this GPU is a steal, especially when considering the green team's current £150 offerings. 

With this graphics card, PC gamers can choose two of the following three games, Resident Evil 2 (2019 Remake), The Division 2 and Devil May Cry 5.  All of these games a £40+ products at retail, which makes this £150 graphics card a compelling offer for budget-conscious gamers. 

ASUS' Radeon RX 580 Dual is now £150 in the UK  

If you are interested in this graphics cards offer, you can head over to eBuyer and make your purchase (link). At the time of writing, this GPU remains in stock, though stocks are not expected to last for long. 

You can join the discussion on the Radeon RX 580 costing £150 in the UK on the OC3D Forums

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Most Recent Comments

22-02-2019, 16:26:27

Wow I wonder if someone is taking a net loss here. Though it's better than having unsold cards I guess.Quote

23-02-2019, 07:12:52

RX 580 is still a good card for 1080p gaming in high settings. My MSI RX 580 gaming X oced (1490 core 2250 mem) can do pretty good for now. Currently playing Apex Legends at 1080 ultra 80fps + with the OC.Quote

23-02-2019, 12:22:23

Definitely a good deal with two AAA games.Quote

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