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Grab this RX 5700 XT graphics card at its lowest price of just £299

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Graphics cards are probably the most important part of any gaming PC and if you're thinking of upgrading, you want to make sure you're getting the most out of your money. Right now you can pick up this Asus TUF Gaming X3 Radeon RX 5700 XT GPU for just £299 on Amazon. It's the cheapest we've seen this particular model and gives you a realistic saving of around £60.

This Radeon RX 5700 XT card is factory overclocked and packs 8GB of GDDR6 memory. The gaming mode gives this card a 1,905MHz boost clock (1,650MHz base), and the OC mode bumps up those figures even more—up to 1,730MHz and 1,980MHz respectively. Essentially, this amounts to a 80MHz base overclock and 75MHz boost overclock. The GPU is secured with a protective backplate and gives the whole thing a polished look. And keeping your GPU temperatures down during those long gaming sessions should be a breeze too, thanks to the triple-fan cooling solution. 

Asus TUF Gaming X3 Radeon RX 5700 XT | now £299 (save £138)

Asus TUF Gaming X3 Radeon RX 5700 XT | now £299 (save £138)
This factory overclocked GPU will let you play games at both 1080p and 1440p and the triple fans should help to keep your temperatures down.

If you're unsure how the RX 5700 XT ranks against other GPUs, it's the best AMD Navi graphics card money can buy. Basically, it sits just between Nvidia's RTX 2070 and 2070 Super GPUs. So if you're planning on playing games at 1080p and 1440p, this card shouldn't give you any problems. If you want to see the full list of rankings, we have a graphics card hierarchy guide right here that you can check out.

If you're not quite convinced, you can check out our guide to the best graphics cards for other ideas. Alternatively, if you do decide to take the plunge, you might think about pairing it up with one of the best gaming monitors.

Sarah's earliest gaming memories involve playing Jet Set Willy on the ZX Spectrum at a friend's house. These days, and when not writing guides, most of her spare time goes into MMOs—though she's quite partial to JRPGs too. She has spent much of the last decade playing the likes of Star Wars: The Old Republic, TERA, Final Fantasy 14, and World of Warcraft. Sarah has been writing about games for several years and, before joining PC Gamer, freelanced for the likes of TechRadar, GamingBible, and Rock Paper Shotgun. One of her fondest hopes is to one day play through the ending of Final Fantasy X without breaking down into a sobbing heap. She probably has more wolves in Valheim than you.