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Overclockers UK cuts AMD graphics card prices

In a new turn of events in the ongoing graphics price war, Overclockers UK is bringing an entire range of AMD cards into the firing line. The chops don’t only account for the highest-end cards, but this time the mid-range and entry-level parts will also be seeing sizeable price reductions.

Better still, every card on offer will be bundled with SIX games for FREE. The games are: Crysis 3, Tomb Raider, Bioshock Infinite, Sim City, Far Cry 3, and Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon.


There was some mention of FREE burgers, but it seems that all of the busy OCUK warehouse staff have devoured them. Looks like you may have to settle for just the cut-price graphics cards and six FREE games instead.

If you want to view all of Overclockers UK’s current AMD graphics card deals, you can do so here. Almost every Radeon HD 7K series card from AMD’s range has seen a beneficial price cut, so there’s likely to be something on offer that will suit your needs.

Here are a few picks of the bunch from what Overclockers UK has deemed fit for the chop:


If it’s high-resolution gaming you’re after, OCUK has knocked £100 off the price of AMD’s flagship, dual-GPU Malta graphics card. At under £500, the 6GB Radeon HD 7990 is a real powerhouse and a very good buy.

If you have some end-of-week money burning a hole in your pocket, why not pick up a beastly pair of 7990s for less than a grand? In case you’re wondering how fast two of these brutes in QuadFireX are, we covered the dual-card performance over here.

Follow this link to reserve your MSI Radeon HD 7990 6GB.


Another strong deal comes in the form of MSI’s Twin Frozr III-cooled 3GB 7970 GHz edition. With £100 cut from its price, MSI’s 7970 GHz Edition is £40 cheaper than any other 7970 available from Overclockers UK.

Stock should be arriving in two weeks, so head on over here to pre-order your card.


There are two good deals for a pair of 3GB Radeon HD 7950s, one of which features MSI’s Twin Frozr III cooling solution. Both options bring the HD 7950’s price well below £200.


Priced at less than £50, MSI’s 2GB Radeon HD 6670 is a good buy for entry-level gamers. With its modest power requirements, the Radeon HD 6670 2GB is a good upgrade for users currently gaming with onboard graphics.

With stock expected to land in one week, the MSI Radeon HD 6670 2GB can be pre-ordered for £49.99 by following this link.

Check out all of the current deals over here, and don’t forget that each card is bundled with SIX games for FREE.

KitGuru says: With some great deals to be had, has Overclockers UK just kicked off another price war, but this time from the AMD camp?

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