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Best Graphics Card Deals for 2019

If you want to do any kind of gaming or serious creative work, you need a quality discrete graphics card in your PC.That's why we meticulously maintain a list of the best graphics cards, along with a GPU hierarchy that shows how each current and prior-gen GPU performs relative to others. 

Because saving money is important no matter what GPU you buy, we're also tracking the best deals on graphics cards. 

Tom's Hardware sorts through thousands of deals to offer the best prices from the trustworthy retailers. While all of our reviews are researched and written independently, Tom's Hardware is a participant in a number of affiliate programs designed to provide a means for sites to earn fees for linking to online retailers. 

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  • spentshells
    The 570 sure is a good buy these days.
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  • R_1
    is this a typo:
    "Fire HD 8 for $29.99 ($10 off)"
    and if so which number is wrong, the 29.99 or the 10 off?
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  • SR TEE
    Actually there's a deal that Tom's Hardware overlooked, on Newegg they were selling(I think they're out of stock now) a Sapphire RX 470 8gb mining version for $109.99 which is the best deal I've seen in a while. Yes, it's a mining card and it only comes with a DVI-D port so you'd have to get an HDMI adapter. Even with the adapter I don't believe you could run the resolution above 1080p which I don't believe that would be an issue for most people using this GPU because it perfect at that price for medium to very high setting with good frame rate at 1080p.
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  • Rexer
    I was expecting what's left of 1080 to come under $400 this week. I lied. That was a useless hope.
    For the Black Friday Special. Newegg is selling the Sapphire Vega 64 for $399. I've had one for a year and I paid $500 retail (Nov 1, '18. I think that's an excellent buy considering last March, Vega 64's prices fluctuated above $700.
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  • remedys
    Why isnt the the Vega 64 listed for 400 on Newegg with 3 games listed?
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  • Rexer
    21501448 said:
    Why isnt the the Vega 64 listed for 400 on Newegg with 3 games listed?
    Oh, by the way, last time I checked, it is listed with a $149 game package. Have a good time.

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  • popatim
    Rexer you obviously have looked at the wrong GPU. Vega'64's are usually $500 and up making the $399 version a decent Deal if you don't mind the blower style cooler.
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  • average joe
    Now that the 1070s are $280 the 1070tis at $350 make sense. Black Friday deals = being back to msrp 2 yrs after release. the two cards that seem worth it are the AMD 570's and the NVidia 1070's unless you need 4k.
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  • jeremyj_83
    PowerColor Red Devil RX580 8GB $179.99
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  • theyeti87
    Wow, the GTX 1060 6GB I bought in 2016 was $204.98.

    The link provided takes you to a 1060 6GB for a whopping $291.99.

    Some holiday deal.
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