RX Vega 64 supply issues seem to have stabilised in the UK

RX Vega 64 GPUs have been in good supply for the past week

RX Vega 64 supply issues seem to have stabilised in the UK

RX Vega 64 supply issues seem to have stabilised in the UK

 
When AMD's RX Vega 64 GPU launched, AMD's supply of "RX Vega Standalone" GPUs was exhausted within minutes at most major retailers, leaving only AMD's higher priced b Radeon Bundle version on store shelves, giving the GPU an effective £100 price increase, albeit with two free games.  

  
In the UK AMD has been able to restock their RX Vega 64 series GPUs, including their "standalone" variants, which now command a price of between £469.99 and £499.99 depending on your chosen retailer and brand. Like before AMD's RX Vega 64 "Standalone" GPUs are in limited supply, though after checking retailers each day for a week we have found that they were always in stock at major UK retailers. 

Like before AMD's RX Vega 64 "Standalone" GPUs are in limited supply, though after checking retailers each day for a week we have found that they were always in stock at major UK retailers like Overclockers UK

The only RX Vega 64 variant that we cannot find in stock is AMD's high-performance liquid cooled variant. It is unknown if or when these GPUs will return to store shelves, though it is worth noting that a standalone RX Vega 64 and a full cover water block would be purchased together at a lower price separately.  

RX Vega 64 supply issues seem to have stabilised in the UK

 

Sadly the supply for AMD's RX Vega 56 (standalone) has not been as strong during this period, though there are still some "standalone" RX Vega 56 GPUs on store shelves to be purchased. Bundled RX Vega 56 GPUs command a £100 price premium, giving it a price that is higher than the RX Vega 64 standalone variant.

You can currently purchase RX Vega 64 (and some RX Vega 56) standalone GPUs at Overclockers UK

 

You can join the discussion on the UK's supply of RX Vega standalone GPUs on the OC3D Forums

 

  

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05-09-2017, 07:29:01

AlienALX
Wow you can actually buy them lol. That's good. Those who wanted them should be able to have them now hopefully.Quote

05-09-2017, 12:31:50

NeverBackDown
Still waiting over the pond for supplyQuote

07-09-2017, 03:24:44

KTM_RULZ
So are the rebates back or was the whole thing a non issue?Quote

07-09-2017, 06:15:05

NeverBackDown
Quote:
Originally Posted by KTM_RULZ View Post
So are the rebates back or was the whole thing a non issue?
Rebates were only given to certain retailers at launch for an incentive to sell the cards outside the packs. But it's gone now and they expect the cards to sell for MSRP. The biggest reason for the price increases at launch was simply supply and demandQuote

07-09-2017, 06:20:45

AlienALX
£469 here. Still too expensive, but not "I am going to take a huge loss on this Freesync screen I bought and buy a G-Sync screen" too expensive. So I guess it's good and bad really.

Noticed that 1080Ti prices are now back up to over £700. Glad I bought when I did tbh. About three weeks before Vega launched and Nvidia may have been ever so slightly worried.Quote
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