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PowerColor Red Dragon Radeon RX 560 4GB GDDR5 Video Card

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Newegg.com has PowerColor Red Dragon Radeon RX 560 4GB GDDR5 ATX Video Card (4GBD5-DHA) for $104.99 - $20 rebate = $84.99. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71
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Should work if you lower the detail. Your asp's might be more pixelated, but your dysentery will still be just as good.
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Will this run Oregon trail?
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Is Forza Horizon for you or the kids? If it's for you I'd recommend getting a Xbox One X and run it at 4k 60fps. When I was a kid I used a $30 Radeon 7200 to play CounterStrike, so no screw them they don't need a nice video card for Fortnite LOL

Honestly I think this is a $50-60 card at most. With Crypto crashing all the prices are coming down, although the 1050ti is probably a better all-around budget card and it'll run more efficient IMO
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Will this run Oregon trail?
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Should work if you lower the detail. Your asp's might be more pixelated, but your dysentery will still be just as good.
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This is a good price but notice the 14 CU. Most benchmarks and demos run with the 16 CU version
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Anyone know it it'll work a legacy bios non-uefi mobo? Got an old rig I want to throw it in as a dedicated light gaming guest machine
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first time graphics card buyer here...moving from integrated card to dedicated so the kids can enjoy Fortnite more (not sure why I care or would want them too)...would this be fine as well as maybe Forza Horizon for PC? I have an Acer Aspire desktop Core i5 7th gen 64-bit 8GB RAM system....(also noticed my PSU is 300W max so I'm getting a 550W one - looks like a lot of cards require 450+)
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What does the 560 compare to Nvidia? Is this 560 good for video/photo/gaming?
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Someone said "This card is basically an RX 460 being branded as a 560..."
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first time graphics card buyer here...moving from integrated card to dedicated so the kids can enjoy Fortnite more (not sure why I care or would want them too)...would this be fine as well as maybe Forza Horizon for PC? I have an Acer Aspire desktop Core i5 7th gen 64-bit 8GB RAM system....(also noticed my PSU is 300W max so I'm getting a 550W one - looks like a lot of cards require 450+)
Is Forza Horizon for you or the kids? If it's for you I'd recommend getting a Xbox One X and run it at 4k 60fps. When I was a kid I used a $30 Radeon 7200 to play CounterStrike, so no screw them they don't need a nice video card for Fortnite LOL

Honestly I think this is a $50-60 card at most. With Crypto crashing all the prices are coming down, although the 1050ti is probably a better all-around budget card and it'll run more efficient IMO
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Is Forza Horizon for you or the kids? If it's for you I'd recommend getting a Xbox One X and run it at 4k 60fps. When I was a kid I used a $30 Radeon 7200 to play CounterStrike, so no screw them they don't need a nice video card for Fortnite LOL

Honestly I think this is a $50-60 card at most. With Crypto crashing all the prices are coming down, although the 1050ti is probably a better all-around budget card and it'll run more efficient IMO
Forza for the kids too. The only console we have is Wii U, so Xbox is out unless those old Xbox 360s that are practically free would support Forza. Otherwise I figured I should get a decent PC card. I'll keep an eye on the 1050ti's....don't want to go much over $100.
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A rx460/560 should run most games fine at 1080p with medium to high settings. $50-60 would be an amazing price, but the lowest price for a new 560 would be around $75-80 I think, so you're not far off. It's hard to find a new 1050 for around $100, let alone a 1050ti, and the difference is only around 5-15% for the 1050 and 10-20% for the 1050ti. If you are willing to go used, yes there are some better deals around.
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What does the 560 compare to Nvidia? Is this 560 good for video/photo/gaming?
It depends on the game, but generally it's around a GTX 1050, and slower than a GTX 1050Ti. It's capable of modest gaming.
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Bought a Gigabyte 4GB version a couple of months ago for my new Ryzen 2600x build and it's performed well, for everyday desktop app & streaming. Haven't played any games on it yet, but didn't buy it for that. If and when I get into games, I'll probably upgrade to a 580, which look to break the $150 line next year.
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