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    The RX 480 is a good-looking card that promises solid 1080p performance and a pleasant experience at 1440p after turning down options.
    The XFX RX 480 RS is your typical Polaris-powered GPU packing a 256-bit bus, 2048 stream processors, 1288MHz core clock, and 8GB of VRAM at 8000MHz. Those specs on paper don't sound too bad for a mid-range GPU and you'd be right in believing exactly that. Picking one up for 1080p at highest graphic settings, or 1440p with a more conservative approach to in-game options, it's possible to abstract much performance here.

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    05-29-2017 08:30 AM

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