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Best AMD GPU for 1440p 120HZ

Nik Balor
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2 Vega 56 in Crossfire, but at the moment AMD is not offering any interesting deals for 1440p 120Hz users.

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Cinebench R15 Single thread:168 Multi-thread: 833 

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4 minutes ago, Nik Balor said:

What is the best AMD GPU for 1440p 120HZ ?!

The best amd gpu for any graphics setiing is the Rx Vega 64 as its amd's best gpu atm. if you want a better reccomendation we'd need to know what games you'd be playing on it as 120Hz 1440p League of Legends is a lot less taxing on hardware than AAA titles

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4 minutes ago, Jekub said:

The best amd gpu for any graphics setiing is the Rx Vega 64 as its amd's best gpu atm. if you want a better reccomendation we'd need to know what games you'd be playing on it as 120Hz 1440p League of Legends is a lot less taxing on hardware than AAA titles

generally, all types of games. league of legends, call of duty, assassins creed, witcher, battlefield, any game that just pops into my head . 

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Just now, Nik Balor said:

generally, all types of games. league of legends, call of duty, assassins creed, witcher, battlefield, any game that just pops into my head . 

Just wondering, why does it have to be a red team gpu?

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This article might be of some help to you :)

A common mistake that people make when trying to design something completely foolproof is to underestimate the ingenuity of complete fools - Douglas Adams

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5 minutes ago, Jekub said:

Just wondering, why does it have to be a red team gpu?

personally i prefer the red team when it comes to GPUs, i've had Nvidia once or twice and had some very bad issues with it like color issues, heating issues, one had too many heating problems that it could no longer function properly . since that i changed to the red team and it just performed beyond my expectations. it's just a matter of personal preference if you ask me.

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Just now, Nik Balor said:

personally i prefer the red team when it comes to GPUs, i've had Nvidia once or twice and had some very bad issues with it like color issues, heating issues, one had too many heating problems that it could no longer function properly . since that i changed to the red team and it just performed beyond my expectations. it's just a matter of personal preference if you ask me.

Maybe you should give them a try again because put it this way. Before 2017 when ryzen came out, 90% of people just went with intel. There was no question about it. But now things have changed.

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11 minutes ago, Jekub said:

This article might be of some help to you :)

the gtx 1080ti is an absolute beast !! 

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