PowerColor Radeon RX 570 Selling for Just $129.99 on Amazon

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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 cryptomining craze meant that it cost hundreds of dollars more through much of its life.

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.

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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.

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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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