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Rx 570 4gb or Gtx 1060 3gb.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I already have

i5 2500

8gb ram 1333mhz

Ssd 240

I just wana to play WAR THUNDER ON ULTRA AND FULL HD cs go fortnite and sometimes random singleplay game like cod ww2 bf1.

But main game War thunder.

 

Rx 570 or gtx 1060

Thanks a lot!

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Performance is similar but I'd take the 570 - more VRAM really matters since a lot of modern games are hogging it up like no tomorrow and current cards all come with 6-8GB so 4GB will remain relevant longer than 3GB

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, 5x5 said:

Performance is similar but I'd take the 570 - more VRAM really matters since a lot of modern games are hogging it up like no tomorrow and current cards all come with 6-8GB so 4GB will remain relevant longer than 3GB

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I don't know if you can pull off war thunder at ultra but the 570 would be my choice


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11 minutes ago, Fasauceome said:

I don't know if you can pull off war thunder at ultra but the 570 would be my choice

War Thunder can run on a toaster. A 570 should be capable of high-ultra settings just fine. The game tells you which graphics options don't make a lot of sense. As long as OP does not crank those, performance should easily be able to hit 60fps. An RX 580 can max out near everything and approach 100fps last time I checked. Turning off those useless settings pushes it above 100. 


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rx 570 by far i have an 8g edition and it cranks itll stay relevant for prob 3-4 years


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6 minutes ago, DrMacintosh said:

War Thunder can run on a toaster. A 570 should be capable of high-ultra settings just fine. The game tells you which graphics options don't make a lot of sense. As long as OP does not crank those, performance should easily be able to hit 60fps. An RX 580 can max out near everything and approach 100fps last time I checked. Turning off those useless settings pushes it above 100. 

Mistook it for a different title, forgot it came out in 2012


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