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#1 BTWallace91

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Posted 17 December 2017 - 08:27 PM

So, I'm a PC gamer and my graphics cards are really old. I've started noticing a little bit of fps issues in some newer games. It's not too bad though. I have been thinking about getting a new graphics card but the problem is that I don't have the budget that I used to. My PC is currently running 16gb of display memory but the 2 cards I have crossfired together are really old and AMD even sent me an email a while ago saying they are not doing any more support for my cards. No more updates! (AMD Radeon HD 6800 series) What I'm currently looking at is really cheap. It's a ASUS Radeon RX 560 14CU 4GB EVO OC Edition GDDR5 DP HDMI DVI AMD Graphics Card (RX560-O4G-EVO). What I'm wondering is if that 4gb of new vram will be better than my current 16gb of really old vram. Or should I just get that SSD that I've been needing for a while?

 

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#2 Drillingmachine

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Posted 18 December 2017 - 07:08 AM

Your old card surely does not have 16GB memory. RX 560 is miles better than your old card.

Your current system is?




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