Radeon RX VEGA 64
Effective Memory Clock
Black / Silver
- 4-way CrossFire Capable
- 3-way CrossFire Capable
- 2-way CrossFire Capable
Expansion Slot Width
2 PCIe 8-pin
- 21 points
- 9 months ago
from completed build Future Proof
Big, bulky and beautiful. And hold very well for everything we've thrown at it.
- 20 points
- 14 months ago
from completed build TITANWOLF
A beast of a GPU for just 400,00 bucks!
- 16 points
- 8 months ago
from completed build Look A Hurricane In The Eye
This card is a beast. I snagged it on eBay for a pretty good deal. Its HUGE! I was surprised by how big and heavy it is, but Sapphire really outdid themselves with this over built cooler. So far temps are staying nice and cool. The seller even emailed me his uv/of settings as a starting point, and I've measured 5% performance bumps already. As I play with it further I'll update the review.
Update: One thing to note is that I seem to have been hit with coil whine on this card. That's just the luck of the draw. The person I bought it from claims he didn't have that issue, so it could be something specific to my build. It's not super loud, but it's there when I load up a game. Just a little "bzzzz." I usually wear headphones so I don't notice anyway.
Also, I had to uninstall the support bracket because one of the fans was striking it causing a rattling sound. Fortunately, this mobo has a reinforced PCIe slot, so it should prevent sag, I hope!
- 15 points
- 11 months ago
from completed build Portable Power
Runs any game at Ultra and doesn’t overheat on stock settings, very happy with my purchase. Fans are quiet. Love the wattman options, I’m excited to try different settings. Color is a nice blue. Was challenging fitting this in the small case lol, maxed out the space for sure.
- 9 points
- 9 months ago
from completed build My Gaming/Streaming desktop
My pride, hits rarely under 144FPS, and normally in rough places.
- 5 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build No RGB lights delight - Gaming/Office rig.
£359.89 incl postage from Overclockers 30/04/2019
I bought this as an upgrade for my existing kit 10 months ago I have had no problems with it. It was an easy decision to migrate this card to the new build and put the old R380 4gb sitting around gathering dust back into the spare machine.
In my old box I needed the support arm for the card. In this set up it seems perfectly solid without the support arm.
- 2 points
- 11 months ago
from completed build AMD Build
This thing is absolutely massive, thank god it comes with a support bracket otherwise I think that my PCI-E slot would break off. It's also packed with features: triple fan design, massive heat sink, and RGB. All this and the amazing performance and freesync capability, how can you go wrong for only $420?
- 1 point
- 10 months ago
from completed build First Build Completion - Ryzen 7 1700
I had a bit of bad luck with my GPU - the first card I got from Overclockers on a black friday deal I had to send back to them as it was faulty - would not boot and would sometimes light up when I switched PC on and others it would not switch on at all. This set me back 6 weeks after I had built my PC due to having to wait for a replacement which was not ideal. The second card I also thought was a dud as I tried installing it in my PCIE 3.0 Lanes however I would get nothing but a blank screen on my monitor so I sent this back too but upon testing Overclockers tested it & found it fully functioning. I have installed it in my PCIE 2.0 slot but have been unable to get it to be recognised in the other PCIE slots so it is currently sat at the bottom of the case (not ideal for an AMD card on the best of days, since we know they run a tad hotter). With it in this slot I initially found it got to a toasty 75 degrees according to WATTMAN upon load on The division 2 but since initial setup seems to average about 55. I have had no performance issues from this card & so far it has ran everything I have asked with no issues on 4k + with freesync enabled despite slot & location. I would stick with Sapphire as a brand despite the initial issues I have had with the cards & would recommend as when they do work they are beautiful within the case and they do not let down during gameplay.