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Pros: I was lucky enough to pick up this card at MSRP. Even above MSRP I would recommend this card. I installed this GPU in a MSI torpedo (pcie 4) board paired with a Radeon 5600. I'm getting better then 60 fps in most AAA games at high settings. In a market where many think you have to spend $600 to get a decent GPU a 200 or $250 GPU that runs at 60 to 80 frames per second and high settings at 1080 is a bargain in my opinion. I would definitely recommend this GPU despite some of it shortcomings with bandwidth and memory.
Cons: Wish it had more bandwidth and eight gigs of RAM would have been nice but would certainly drive this unit out of stock instantly making it a mining card rather than a gaming card.
Overall Review: Buy it.
Pros: Good value for money newer design architecture for AMD
Cons: Only 64bit Memory bus, and X4 PCIe. Compare to an Nvidia GTX 1650 with 128bit Memory bus at PCIe 3 X16. Regardless the card performs in certain aspects close to a GTX 1650 but will lag in other areas.
Overall Review: Good budget replacement for onboard CPU graphics or MB graphics, but not for higher end gaming at higher resolutions.
Pros: Vid card feels rock solid, very low power draw, ASUS makes great products, has slight RGB strip.
Cons: this is just not a very good video card, all the YT reviews were right, this is very low end anemic performance card. Really not worth it for the price this should be a sub $100 card.
Overall Review: I bought it as an upgrade to an older system so I do not have SAM enable nor do I have the PCIE 4 capabilities and this card only gets decent frame rates if I turn a lot of settings down, and I'm only playing it 1080 resolution. I know without PCIE 4 and SAM the card will be gimped. So if you are upgrading from older system I wouldn't recommend this. This maybe halfway decent if you are doing a brand new build..... Again its no fault of ASUS, they make rock solid products and this card HARDWARE wise looks solid and its quiet and the little RGB looks so good. But man AMD crapped it big time on the design of this card.... don't just take my word for it go look at the professional reviews. So really buyer beware, if you don't have the latest bells and whistles this ain't gonna work for ya. Keeping the card for now probably replacing it in a 6 months.
Pros: great card for the price
Cons: haven't found one yet
Overall Review: drivers were easy to install and the results are much better than the previous 4.0 graphics card
Overall Review: No