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AMD: RX 5500 is the strongest graphics card with an average 37% lead over GTX 1650.

via:Expreview超能网     time:2019/10/9 15:34:55     readed:84

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Because Radeon RX 5500 has not yet been shipped to the retail market, nor has the media received a public evaluation card, so now only through the official data to carry out a forward-looking. Judging from the performance of competitive FPS, RX 5500 performed very well. Although it did not mention specific quality settings, it achieved a comprehensive lead over GTX 1650 at 1080p resolution. The total number of frames over 90FPS also allows players with 144Hz refresh rate and 1080p resolution display to experience the game advantage brought by high refresh rate at low cost.

In the 3A game,AMDThe official release of the data also conforms to their propaganda for the card - "3A Game 60 Frames" - although it is still unclear what quality settings they use, but in the same case, it did achieve a comprehensive hanging of GTX 1650, which can only be said that competitors'mainstream cards are not very conscientious. At least from my personal point of view, there is no reason to choose Radeon RX 580/590 for thousand-dollar graphics cards. I don't lack so much electricity, the key is cost-effective.

However, because AMD has not given RX 5500 price information so far, we can only calculate the market price of GTX 1650. At present, the starting price of GTX 1650 is about 1100. According to AMD's designated competitors, the final pricing will not be much higher than GTX 1650, otherwise the comparison will be meaningless, so the initial pricing of RX 5500 series should be a little higher than GTX 1650, which should fall within 1500, otherwise it will hit GTX 1660.

(Original title: AMD official propaganda says RX 5500 leads GTX 1650 by an average of 37%)

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