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— 6 Threads in 2019... This CPU is going to be obsolete within 2 years, terrible investment. Far better off getting a used 8700K or just grab a Ryzen 5 3600.

23 days ago.

— Similar story to the base Fury, lack of VRAM isn't going to do this high-end card any favors in years to come. HBM helps it perform nicely vs 980 Ti in 1440p / 4K but this lead is already starting to slow down only a year after it launched. Overall can't really recommend it unless you have some urge for a Liquid Cooled card.

23 days ago.

— The efficiency and fact that it's higher end than the 390(x) but only has 4GB VRAM (HBM, so fair enough i guess) made this a shaky card. Probably won't age as well as the 980 Ti or even 390X because of this VRAM capacity and fact that it has very small overclocking headroom compared to mostly the 980 Ti but even the 390X almost. A hard to recommend card without being on sale.

23 days ago.

— Overall poor value compared to the closely priced and far higher performing RX 470/570s, but this card still keeps a spot where it can recommended due to it's efficiency and low profile nature. Somewhere the former can't touch it. Basically the best card you can get for slapping straight into a Dell/HP office or other pre-built with a small form factor and small PSU with no additional connectors. It'll drive a reasonable 1080p Gaming experience this way.

23 days ago.

— Nvidia could've done far better with this card. At least 3GB of VRAM would've improved it's value tremendously, but that lacking combined with the fact it's barely faster than the GTX 950 makes this a hard sell.

23 days ago.

— 1700 non-X is better value, but the 1700X at a very close or equal price on sale is a solid buy and a good CPU overall.

23 days ago.

— The 6700K welcomed DDR4, 14nm and the new micro-architecture that would be carried on for years to come, but none will ever have the value of the 6700K considering it was Pre-Ryzen. Anyone building a mid-high end Gaming PC when this launched, it was a no-brainer. Efficient and the top dog in Gaming at the time.

23 days ago.

— FX overall was a bit of a failure for the performance offering, but the 6300 was one CPU that had good value. For the tiny asking price you got a well clocked 6 Core CPU which at the time, was plenty for even a high end GPU pairing in most games. Can't fault AMD for the sweet spot this satisfied for the price.

23 days ago.

— Personally i'd go an RX 580 8GB over this, but it's still a decently positioned card. Efficient and a good performer for people mostly playing Nvidia titles, it won't let down in that regard.

23 days ago.
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