AMD Radeon RX 480 Best Offer, Cheaper but Better than Nvidia? Customizations Now Available

By Samille Jan Abada , Updated Nov 27, 2016 07:51 PM EST
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Radeon RX 480 is the top pile of AMD. The regular price of Radeon RX 480 is cheaper than its biggest contender Nvidia.

The cost of AMD Radeon RX 480 is only $239 according to PC Gamer. It features a graphics card that has 8 GB of GDDR5 memory.  The price is also believed to be reasonable given its quality. However, if consumers are on a budget, they can also purchase the 4 GB version which is cheaper than the former one. 

The AMD Radeon RX 480 is an upgraded version of a graphics card. It is a better replacement for R9 390 or GTX 970. For those consumers who have no budget for a graphical powerhouse, they can take RX480. The AMD Radeon RX480 has 1120MHz base clock but it can boost up to 1266MHz while the memory clock is effective until 8000MHz. Purchasers are also allowed to customize cards on major manufacturers and they can make an overclocked clock speeds including customized coolers.

Consumers can choose Asus Rx 480 if they want the highest power. It has RoG Strix 480 O8G that works well in games. When players are on a gaming mode, they will be able to notice the clock speed of 1310MHz. On the other hand, the OC mode can reach up to 1330 MHz. If they choose the cheaper 4 GB cards, it only has an effective memory clock speed of 7000MHz.

The Radeon Rx 480 graphics card features a Polaris Architecture and AMD LiquidVR technology according to AMD. It is impressively rich that will allow consumers to experience VR with advanced comfort. It is also compatible with other VR leading headsets.

Radeon is offering a new level of customization that consumers can now control over clocks, temperature and voltages. Radeon is performing on its ultimate level and it is stable compared to others. It also helps in the improvement of a future up to the minute enhancements and updates or optimizations.

 

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