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The RX 590 is an interesting graphics card. It's better than the stock GTX 1060 but might probably be bested by an overclocked GTX 1060. However, getting the same chip out for three years in a row seems a stretch. AMD was clearly affected by Raja Koduri's exit but such technologies are developed well in advance. It wouldn't be wrong to assume that AMD does have something better for the mid-range segment especially given that the next generation of consoles are due to be launched in 2020 (most likely) and developer consoles have already gone out to major studios with specs akin to the final configuration. The Radeon VII should clue us into what the next generation is capable of, though it might be some time before we see a new architecture. For folks wondering if they should get an RX 590 for mid-range gaming, you most certainly should considering the fact that the included bundle makes this one of the sweetest deals you’ll get for a while. It’s a good mid-range graphics card but you couldn’t go wrong with a GTX 1060 or an RX 580 since all three cards are good at 1080p gaming. What you need to wonder is if you’d want three free games or not.
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