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    hey guys wanted to include gpu for my ryzen 2200g, just curious which is better in price&performance, becouse it seems amd have a better offer, i convert the cost from idr to usd curency

    sappire rx 570 8gb oc nitro+ $244

    sappire rx 580 4gb oc pulse $232

    sappire rx580 8gb oc nitro+ $286
    msi armor rx580 8gb oc $300

    (some of amd above offer x3 original games disc as an bonus, resindent evil2, dmc 5, withcer 3) kind of old but i dont mind free stuff)


    nvidia msi 1060 3gb oc $229 (theres an offer for armor model, only cost extra $2)

    msi 1060 6gb oc $304
    galax 1060 6gb exco white $283
    evga superclock 1060 6gb $284
    zotac 1060 6gb amp edition $283

    would be great if ican saving my cash so then i can buy another item, which is the best perform product also for the pricetag, let me know what would you rather thx
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    any other amd/nvidia which at in same tier performance sugestion just tell me, my range spend budget $200-300, prefer cheap one ((:

    my pc set

    ryzen 3 2200g
    asrock b450m hdv
    corsair 8gb single 2133mz/vgen 8gb tsunami x dual 3200mz
    casing+ fan x5 12cm dc 12v, brand is random cheap product
    ssd wd green 240gb
    psu be quite! u9 500watt
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    Quote Originally Posted by seekingpsu View Post
    sappire rx 570 8gb oc nitro+ $244
    That's the one I'd get, if I'd wanted best price/performance ratio.

    But since I don't like having "half things", I'd go for one of the other two:

    Quote Originally Posted by seekingpsu View Post
    sappire rx580 8gb oc nitro+ $286
    msi armor rx580 8gb oc $300

    (some of amd above offer x3 original games disc as an bonus, resindent evil2, dmc 5, withcer 3) kind of old but i dont mind free stuff)
    ...because of the Games it might be interesting.
    Though they ain't old!

    Resident Evil 2 gets a Remake that'll be available in ~6 Weeks or so:
    https://store.steampowered.com/app/8...BIOHAZARD_RE2/

    DMC 5 is the newest one with the Micro Transaction Rage:
    https://store.steampowered.com/app/6...vil_May_Cry_5/
    (no Idea when it comes out, PSN says March)

    So the only "old stuff" is Witcher 3...

    Quote Originally Posted by seekingpsu View Post
    nvidia msi 1060 3gb oc $229 (theres an offer for armor model, only cost extra $2)
    Naa, 3GiB 1060 is crap because its VRAM is not enough and other stuff, I'd not get that because of that...


    So in the end, I'd recommend the 570 but personally would buy a 580...

    Oh and to make you really mad:
    Saw a 4GiB 570 for like 120€ on Sale last week or the week before...
    The 8GiB was 190€ or so...

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    570 4 GB versions are as low as 130$ in US (after 15-20$ mail-in rebates) but if you're in Indonesia that's probably not an option

    4 GB is enough for 1080p very high/ultra and for 1440p at very high quality settings, and a 570 is powerful enough for 50-60fps on very high quality settings.

    It's basically equal or more powerful than GTX 1060 cards that have more than 3 GB of memory. 3 GB is no longer enough, not worth it.

    RX 580 is a bit better, but if you have an 1080p monitor it's debatable if it's really worth spending the extra money.
    For example, if you can get a RX 570 4 GB for $180-200 where you live, then maybe you could put the 30-50$ aside, sell your 2200g and buy a ryzen 1600 or 2600 - some games will be kept back by the quad core 2200g and more games will be kept back in the future..


    The only downside is that AMD cards consume a bit more power ( ~ 175w for RX 570, ~ 225w for RX 580 cards) compared to around 125w for a GTX 1060, but your power supply can handle it.

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    in indon pricetag mostly depend on seller, the better sell the product tend to be expensive price, only slightly extra cost between 570 4gb & 8gb version, i think i should go for 570 8gb, and take that free resident evil&dmc5 as bonus, thx for thr sugestion guys(:

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    and yes this witcher 3 old alr, but i dont mind since its included in product bundle, amd win win (:

    anyway how about the ram? we got local product v-gen here and its very cheap compared to import product like corsair/team elite/klevv, am a bit doubt about the quailty, they claim they have fastest ram pc25xxx 3200mz dual, and its cheap, anyone has experience in brand corsair/team/klevv/vgen? let me know which is worth thankyou

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