The PowerColor Red Dragon Radeon RX 570 can be had at an outrageously low price. The 4GB RX 570 is now selling on Amazon for just $129.99. Keep in mind that, while this card launched at $170, the
As retailers clear out Polaris stock to make room for the new Navi parts (including the rumored upcoming “small Navi” stand-ins for the 570 and 580), prices are dropping to all-time lows. The RX 570 offers phenomenal value for money. This is a card that outshines the legendary GTX 970 while costing a third of what that card retailed for at launch.
The Radeon RX 570 offers you GPU performance that’s broadly comparable with the Xbox One X. When paired with a Ryzen processor, you’ll have a great mid-range gaming PC on your hands that can outdo the consoles at mainstream resolutions. At 1080p, the RX 570 will net you a solid 60 FPS in the vast majority of titles.
We’re not just saying this. I’ve got an RX 580 in my system. Performance-wise that’s just a 10 percent step up from the 570. The RX 580’s given me a great experience. I’m about to retire it and get my hands on a second-hand Vega 64 but that’s mostly because 580/570-class hardware isn’t quite enough for a great 1440p experience. If you’re gaming on a 1080p monitor and don’t want to splurge, this $129 RX 570 is about as good as it gets.
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