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Newegg.com has PowerColor Red Dragon Radeon RX 560 4GB GDDR5 ATX Video Card (4GBD5-DHA) for $99.99 - $20 Rebate = $79.99. Shipping is free with ShopRunner (free trial) or with Newegg Premier, otherwise it is $3.99. Thanks Teaser38

Newegg.com also has PowerColor Red Dragon Radeon RX 560 4GB GDDR5 ATX Video Card (4GBD5-DHAM ; Brown Box) for $99.99 - $20 Rebate = $79.99. Shipping is free with ShopRunner (free trial) or with Newegg Premier, otherwise it is $3.99.

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PowerColor RED DRAGON Radeon RX 560 4GB $99.99 with a $20 Mail in rebate. Free shipping with ShopRunner, will call or Newegg Premier. Otherwise $4.

Also comes with a "QUAKE Champions Pack" bonus. (Maybe worth $5.)

Two versions:

brown box packaging, 6 pin connector:
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...-_-Product

retail packaging, 75W PCIe powered:
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...6814131732

Also same price at neweggbusiness.com.

Comparable to a GTX 1050 (except in Hitman) but with twice the VRAM. Good for low to medium on modern games at 1080p. Not VR ready. Also note, these are the RX 560D versions, so they are practically identical to the RX 460.
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90 days warranty on 4GBD5-DHAM.

BOTH of these cards are re-branded RX 460 4GB. AMD has two versions of the RX 560, and these ones are the weaker versions, with the lower compute units and 896 stream processors vs the normal 1024..

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Pile of crap? wow, that's real useful. You have to compare it to another $80 card, not a $150 card and call it crap. Just point of the other $80 card that's better. The RX 570 is $240. So be serious.
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In case anyone overlooks it/doesn't know like me,
6 pin: Minimum System Power Requirement: 450W
PCIe: Minimum System Power Requirement: 400W
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Big reason: Many off-the-shelf PCs do not have a 6 pin power connector.
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In case anyone overlooks it/doesn't know like me,
6 pin: Minimum System Power Requirement: 450W
PCIe: Minimum System Power Requirement: 400W
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These are not RX560 u are thinking of building in ur mining rig. Rx560 LITE with less qty of stream processors and lower clock than previous RX560. Asus called these chips EVO. Power color just kept them the same name, you might tell the difference when the reviews r in after the holidays.

If u happen to install in OSX Sierra or High Sierra, post how the installation goes and the result of of BruceX. Thanks!
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In case anyone overlooks it/doesn't know like me,
6 pin: Minimum System Power Requirement: 450W
PCIe: Minimum System Power Requirement: 400W
Could you tell me why one would require a 6 pin connector and one wouldn't? Would someone prefer one over the other? I've seen cards that require these connectors, but I don't really know anything about it or which one I should be considering for my computer. And just to let anyone know, I do have a spare 6 pin connector in my system..

Thanks.
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Seems like a great deal, thanks! Now - to get this or hope for an Amazon deal (got a gc to use) or BF deal on a 1050. Decisions decisions.
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These are not RX560 u are thinking of building in ur mining rig. Rx560 LITE with less qty of stream processors and lower clock than previous RX560...
Looks like this is right LINK [videocardz.com]. The 896 stream processor ones (vs 1024 in the "real" ones) were started in Asian markets and were called "RX560D" but here they are in USA without a special name at all. Not surprising given the strong demand from all the mining.
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Could you tell me why one would require a 6 pin connector and one wouldn't? Would someone prefer one over the other? I've seen cards that require these connectors, but I don't really know anything about it or which one I should be considering for my computer. And just to let anyone know, I do have a spare 6 pin connector in my system..

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Depends on your power supply. A 6-pin card will be thermally limited while a pcie powered card will be power limited. So a 6 pin card will generally outperform a pcie power card. There is generally no reason why you would get a pcie power card over a six pin card as you could just detune the six pin card to run on less power.

However, it is possible that the pcie power card is binned so that it is more efficient and perform about the same as the plugged card. I know this was the case with GTX 950s.
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There is generally no reason why you would get a pcie power card over a six pin card.
Big reason: Many off-the-shelf PCs do not have a 6 pin power connector.
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Might actually be good for mining. Don't need the cores, just need the memory bandwidth. $80 might be a fair price.
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warning, this card is a pile of crap. It's not 1 step down from a 570 by any means.
Pile of crap? wow, that's real useful. You have to compare it to another $80 card, not a $150 card and call it crap. Just point of the other $80 card that's better. The RX 570 is $240. So be serious.
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warning, this card is a pile of crap. It's not 1 step down from a 570 by any means.
It's half a RX 570 for less than half the money. For most people, this is good enough. It's even got 4 GB of VRAM. Expect it slot a hair better than an RX 460, like I said. It will play just about any modern game at appropriate settings.

http://www.tomshardware.com/revie...254-6.html
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Could you tell me why one would require a 6 pin connector and one wouldn't? Would someone prefer one over the other? I've seen cards that require these connectors, but I don't really know anything about it or which one I should be considering for my computer. And just to let anyone know, I do have a spare 6 pin connector in my system..

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Many cheap power supplies and systems don't have 6-pin connectors. I would get the 6-pin connector version because I could see this using up to 90W on full load, and you don't want to be limited by power constraints.

This card is basically a RX 460 with a bios update. It should play 1080p gaming fine. It also supports hardware HEVC/h264 & 4k video playback. One negative is it doesn't have analog/VGA output.
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