Asus Strix RX Vega64 Early Hands On Review

Total War : Warhammer

ASUS Strix RX Vega64

Total War : Warhammer

Whilst we await the 'bigger, better, faster, more' Total Warhammer II, the original still provides a great blend of tactical fantasy battles and abhorrent DLC pricing. Sometimes the 1080P result doesn't quite run as quickly as it should - as you can see from a few of the results - and the Strix is another such card. However, the 1440P result shows that the Strix still munches the original AMD one.

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25-08-2017, 11:00:02

AngryGoldfish
Not bad. Offer it at €525-550 and it would be a solid product that I'd strongly consider. The GTX 1080 would still be the better buy, IMO, but only if you're choosing between Gsync and Freesync. It's clear to me that Gsync and Nvidia are the safer option for most enthusiast gamers. At the low-end or midrange AMD and Freesync would be fine, but at the high-end I think Nvidia is a safer bet. AMD are too slow to the market to recommend them.Quote

27-08-2017, 13:39:22

ImprovizoR
I want that robot.Quote
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