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Radeon RX 570 8GB or GTX 1060 6GB?

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The 1060 6GB is faster in any case than the RX570. Memory size doesn't matter on AMD cards as they don't nerf other parts when lowering VRAM.


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3 minutes ago, NelizMastr said:

The 1060 6GB is faster in any case than the RX570. Memory size doesn't matter on AMD cards as they don't nerf other parts when lowering VRAM.

Thanks for your respons!     

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1 minute ago, Abidarrafi said:

Thanks for your respons!     

I would argue that comparing a 570 8GB and a 1060 6GB is unfair. But of those two, the 1060 6GB is better.


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I agree. Both in terms of price and performance there's a sizeable delta.


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I think a more comparable card would be the RX 580 8GB... But in this case for sure go with the 1060 6GB.


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