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GT 1030 vs RX560

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Both are very weak to be honest. 


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2 minutes ago, LinusTechTipsFanFromDarlo said:

Both are very weak to be honest. 

We're comparing two cards for "budget" gaming. We're not comparing them to today's standards at all. This is just a general comparison of price and power. 

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Just now, Gulldino said:

We're comparing two cards for "budget" gaming. We're not comparing them to today's standards at all. This is just a general comparison of price and power. 

The RX 560 is better GPU out of the two.


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2 minutes ago, kdawwgg1221 said:

I think you should consider getting an RX 570. You can find them pretty cheap on Newegg.

but it's not like 68% better, userbenchmark really isn't that accurate

 

consider cards like the 290(x), 390(x), 780 ti, 970 and fury (x/nano)


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7 minutes ago, Gulldino said:

We're comparing two cards for "budget" gaming. We're not comparing them to today's standards at all. This is just a general comparison of price and power. 

they are weak even in value department when RX 570 just slams down from above.


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Just now, LukeSavenije said:

but it's not like 68% better, userbenchmark really isn't that accurate

 

consider cards like the 290(x), 390(x), 780 ti, 970 and fury (x/nano)

I was just giving him the idea. The GT 1030 just isn't worth the $80 when there are used cards out there like you said. Just depends if he'll buy used

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32 minutes ago, kdawwgg1221 said:

I was just giving him the idea. The GT 1030 just isn't worth the $80 when there are used cards out there like you said. Just depends if he'll buy used

Agreed, considering that the R9 Fury can run you $20-$40 more if you're looking in the right place.

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eBay RX 570 has the best bang for buck.


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2 hours ago, Gulldino said:

Which of these cards offers the better "bang for your buck"? Which is truly a better experience in terms of budget gaming?

Radeon RX 560 is very highly compared to the GeForce GT 1030 if you want to see here's the results.

 

GT 1030                  vs                      RX 560

18.4%                                                  30.9%

 

https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-GT-1030-vs-AMD-RX-560/m283726vs3926

 

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If you purchase the RX 570 new, then you'll get World War Z and The Division 2 - Gold along w/it.  I've seen RX 570s lately for $130 at 4gb and $140 at 8gb (def. a better deal) between Amazon and New Egg.


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Avoid GT 1030 (DDR4) at all. This graphic card is terrible at valve and performance,    


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