blackwolf42
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Last seen 3 years ago.

— This thing is a monster. Unbeatable performance, like the price "Unpayable" for any mainstream user

3 years ago.

— Best GPU you can buy taking into account the money/value ratio for this generation. The hopes of the next generation to be cheaper still there...

3 years ago.

— Overkill performance and price, price too...

3 years ago.

— Better than the RX 570 but the smarter choice is to get the 6gb for only 30$ more

3 years ago.
AMD
RX 570 - Below average
Graphics Cards

— for 20$ more you can get the 580 is a no-brainer

3 years ago.
AMD
RX 580 - Very good
Graphics Cards

— The 200$ Contender from AMD. I have mixed feelings with this one but you can always choose the 1060 instead of this really depends on what games you are going to play

3 years ago.

— The 200$ Contender from Nvidia, you should also consider the RX 580 before buying but there are no winners you can choose the one best suited for the games you play

3 years ago.

— The 250$ Contender from Intel, better suited for Gaming

3 years ago.

— The 250$ contender from AMD, better suited for Workstations

3 years ago.
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WD Blue 1TB (2012) $32Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 3000 C15 2x8GB $65SanDisk Extreme 32GB $30
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