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Sapphire PULSE Radeon RX 580 8GB GDDR5 PCI-E Dual HDMI / DVI-D / Dual DP OC w/ Backplate (UEFI) $179.79 after promo code EMCTAUC23

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Is this an all time low for this card?
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Worthy upgrade over a 7950? I have an i5-4430 and 16 GB ram.
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Seems like a decent card for the money. https://www.videocardbenchmark.ne...80&id=3736
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Anyone know minimum PSU this thing needs?

Just bought a EVGA 1060 with 6GB for $160. Is this deal better?
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Worthy upgrade over a 7950? I have an i5-4430 and 16 GB ram.
Hmmm, there is this website with mixed reviews of on how accurate it is, it lets you fiddle with different parts, i.e. what if I have this processor and I want this graphics card, and it tells you if either CPU/GPU is too weak, in this case it says your CPU is indeed too weak for proper gaming in general...

Now it doesn't mean it won't work, it just means that you won't be able to squeeze the graphics potential, you ideally want the GPU to be utilized to 99% (e.g. in MSI afterburner readings) and to be the one to be taking the heating and beating while your CPU rests.

https://pc-builds.com/calculator/Core_i5-4430/Radeon_RX_580/0v20Ygf2/

This other website tells you how the GPUs compare in games and benchmarks, the RX 580 would give you 45% more frames per second in average (granted that you are not CPU constrained) and 84% faster in synthetic benchmarks

https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/AMD-HD-7950-vs-AMD-RX-580/2160vs3923


Hope that helps????
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Hmmm, there is this website with mixed reviews of on how accurate it is, it lets you fiddle with different parts, i.e. what if I have this processor and I want this graphics card, and it tells you if either CPU/GPU is too weak, in this case it says your CPU is indeed too weak for proper gaming in general...

Now it doesn't mean it won't work, it just means that you won't be able to squeeze the graphics potential, you ideally want the GPU to be utilized to 99% (e.g. in MSI afterburner readings) and to be the one to be taking the heating and beating while your CPU rests.

https://pc-builds.com/calculator/.../0v20Ygf2/

This other website tells you how the GPUs compare in games and benchmarks, the RX 580 would give you 45% more frames per second in average (granted that you are not CPU constrained) and 84% faster in synthetic benchmarks

https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Com...2160vs3923


Hope that helps????
It does thanks!
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It does thanks!
If you upgrade your CPU/motherboard, remember you also have to consider a proper PSU, and if that's the case you might want to consider a Vega 56, more expensive but a little bit more future proof, you will be able to game 1080p 60hz in whatever you throw at it, but... well.... it all depends on your budget $$$, like everyone here on Slickdeals we come to get the best bang for the buck, if we were rich we wouldn't be here...
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Anyone know minimum PSU this thing needs?

Just bought a EVGA 1060 with 6GB for $160. Is this deal better?
They are close enough not to matter, I'd just use what you have. Its not like the RX580 is going to go up in price either. The new AMD cards should be released soon so you can see if they really have good cards for the price/power (as has been rumored).
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Anyone know minimum PSU this thing needs?

Just bought a EVGA 1060 with 6GB for $160. Is this deal better?
Paid almost twice the price during the cryto craze. =( Good card though, can handle most games on med/high for 50-60 FPS. I use mine with a 500W. I believe the minimum was 400W from what I remember. 580 and 1060 are pretty similar. I got the 580RX to work with my Freesync monitor. If you have a G-sync, stick with the 1060.
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Anyone know minimum PSU this thing needs?

Just bought a EVGA 1060 with 6GB for $160. Is this deal better?
Performance wise, they should be similar. But if you bought that 1060 used, this deal is much, MUCH better.
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Performance wise, they should be similar. But if you bought that 1060 used, this deal is much, MUCH better.
Refurbished by EVGA
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FYI people look not too happy about the free games thing:

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...6800995303
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Worthy upgrade over a 7950? I have an i5-4430 and 16 GB ram.
It's an upgrade, but not enough to be worth it imo. If you getting like 40-50fps now, this would only bump it to like 60-65.
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This is the Apple reference card if you're upgrading an old Mac Pro tower BTW. Will allow you to upgrade to High Sierra and any further OS releases requiring Metal 2.
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