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Newegg via eBay has PowerColor Radeon RX VEGA 64 8GB 2048-Bit HBM2 PCI Express 3.0 Video Card (8GBHBM2-3DH) for $369. Shipping is free. Thanks erichsuh94

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Lowest I've ever seen is $399 before.

Further price drop possibly due to upcoming release of Vega 7 but announced MSRP is $699 which the price isn't really comparable.

Newegg on eBay so expect to be taxed if in CA and whatever states they started charging now.
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If I had to buy something today, I'd go 2060. But I don't (and won't with likely upcoming next gen mid-tier AMD stuff coming). If nvidia hadn't been screwing us for so long with their price/inventory scam I'd probably stick with 'em. But they did, so eff nvidia.
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Yeah, sure they "couldn't keep up". And of course they "just couldn't lower prices" to what they'd been pre-crypto after it all tanked and they had a huge surplus of cards...well, until AMD showed promise of putting up a better fight. But yeah, eff them.
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great price compared to current products. It was $339 with coupon after BF but this is probably the lowest base price in a long time.
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There is also 8% eBay bonus bucks going on right now. It's pretty much on par with the previous best deal of $399 and 15% off. Discount > Bucks but this is almost as good.
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Does it include the 3 games?
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Does it include the 3 games?
Dont think so. When the previous amd bundle with AC was around, newegg told me that the card had to be bought from newegg to get the code slip. Thats why its discounted on ebay vs neweggs own site.
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Thanks. Pulled the trigger ..been waiting for awhile
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I will wait for the 15% off Discount from ebay.hehe
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I don't know which would be better. A Vega 64 or a RTX 2060 which retails at $350. If you're interested in DLSS and / or ray tracing, then the RTX 2060 may be more valuable to you. And a RTX 2060 would come with Battlefield V or Anthem which both support DLSS but who knows how well it'll be supported / which other games will use it.
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I don't know which would be better. A Vega 64 or a RTX 2060 which retails at $350. If you're interested in DLSS and / or ray tracing, then the RTX 2060 may be more valuable to you. And a RTX 2060 would come with Battlefield V or Anthem which both support DLSS but who knows how well it'll be supported / which other games will use it.
The are pretty comparable. I would go with the RTX 2060 if I was buying now. DLSS should have it outperform the Vega in some situations. Ray tracing is a non factor unless they can make it less resource heavy. You have to sacrifice too much to turn it on with a 2060.

If the power draw of the Vega is a non issue, it is a good choice as it should have better frame rates in most games.
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I don't know which would be better. A Vega 64 or a RTX 2060 which retails at $350. If you're interested in DLSS and / or ray tracing, then the RTX 2060 may be more valuable to you. And a RTX 2060 would come with Battlefield V or Anthem which both support DLSS but who knows how well it'll be supported / which other games will use it.
I'd go 2060 also. I have a blower style 64 and performance is great but the noise is almost unbearable without headphones. Also, I've had more issues with AMDs graphic drivers than previously with GeForce Experience. Don't get me wrong, Vega 64 is one heck of a card but just know you're going to want headphones for anything over 2000rpm.
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I'd go 2060 also. I have a blower style 64 and performance is great but the noise is almost unbearable without headphones. Also, I've had more issues with AMDs graphic drivers than previously with GeForce Experience. Don't get me wrong, Vega 64 is one heck of a card but just know you're going to want headphones for anything over 2000rpm.
Thanks, I needed a little more justification for my recent rtx 2060 purchase, been in the market for a new card for a while, not seeing prices go down for so long...and I do prefer having a couple quieter fans over a blower style card...I paid $380 for the slightly more boosted clock version:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MC63..._lig_dp_it
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and this price continues to plummet

with the news that Nvidia is supporting Freesync I won't have to switch my 1070ti anymore
https://www.pcworld.com/article/3...cards.html
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If I had to buy something today, I'd go 2060. But I don't (and won't with likely upcoming next gen mid-tier AMD stuff coming). If nvidia hadn't been screwing us for so long with their price/inventory scam I'd probably stick with 'em. But they did, so eff nvidia.
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Isn't the actual newegg store listing better? $400 and Resident Evil 2, Division 2, and DMC 5. This is a rare case that I actually want the included games. I'm also torn whether to get this or the RTX 2060. Is the only knock on this card the power consumption?
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