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ASRock Phantom Gaming X Radeon RX Vega 64 8GB HBM2 Graphics Card for $409.99 + Free Shipping

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Good deal. Never seen a Vega 64 at $400 price range. It is maybe due to Blower style of design.

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From the reviews:
Eats all the power you give it and turns it into heat. Not an efficient product.
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Why buy this when Nvidia spanks it?
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Am I not seeing the code? I'm on mobile so maybe that's my issue :-|
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Why buy this when Nvidia spanks it?
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Just ordered, nice find!

As for those asking why this instead of nVidia, the Vega 64 is probably on par with the 1080 non-ti. This is a bit cheaper, and you get to use freesync instead of Gsync and save a bit on monitors. You pay for it in higher power usage, of course.
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These are loud and hot FYI. I have a few Vegas for mining.
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No one seems to understand what this is about... yes its not as power efficient as nvidia. Seeing how this is slickdeals.. this is a good deal because if you care at all about synced refresh rate gaming then you can use this on cheaper freesync monitors. Nvidia cards don't work with freesync monitors and if you want a Gsync one that supports nvidia cards then you will pay hundreds more for it.. 40% if not more. So for a little more money than a nvidia gpu and a lot more power wasting you save hundreds of dollars on a monitor you can use it with it. If you don't know what synced refresh gaming is all about then I suggest you read up and / or go to a friends house to check it out. It's the biggest change in gaming that's happened in years and it will blow your mind. You cant understand until you play a game at 144 frames a second synced and experience it with your own eyes
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Are these any good for mining any crypto currency? If so, which ones does it do best?

I tried ethereum on a test machine but as far as I could tell, the amount of power it consumed to the coins it produced was not better than a less expensive and less power hungry 1070/1070ti.
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Wait for black friday guys.. This is luke warm.. at best.. Peace
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A little overkill for my i7 860. Gonna have to pass
As a fellow cheapo I admire you're frugality but.. holy shit
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No one seems to understand what this is about... yes its not as power efficient as nvidia. Seeing how this is slickdeals.. this is a good deal because if you care at all about synced refresh rate gaming then you can use this on cheaper freesync monitors. Nvidia cards don't work with freesync monitors and if you want a Gsync one that supports nvidia cards then you will pay hundreds more for it.. 40% if not more. So for a little more money than a nvidia gpu and a lot more power wasting you save hundreds of dollars on a monitor you can use it with it. If you don't know what synced refresh gaming is all about then I suggest you read up and / or go to a friends house to check it out. It's the biggest change in gaming that's happened in years and it will blow your mind. You cant understand until you play a game at 144 frames a second synced and experience it with your own eyes
OK, I see the point...but I disagree with overall value. I can probably get a 1080 for sub $350 on BF and there have been some sweet-ass g-sync monitor deals lately...so for about the same price, you can get rock solid performance without all of the AMD hassles plus cost of heat and AC to cool that heat.
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Why buy this when Nvidia spanks it?
Huh? Vega 64 sits between a 1070 Ti and 1080. Since the 1070 Ti's are $400-$450 and the 1080's are $450-500 then Vega 64 at $410 is a solid deal. There might be better sales on BF but at until that happens, this is a good buy.
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As a fellow cheapo I admire you're frugality but.. holy shit
The whole computer was actually free lol. I'm hoping for a 1050ti or better deal for BF for some 1080p TV gaming
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