I'm updating my computer at the end of the month, and one of those upgrades includes a new GPU as I'm still using the GTX 960. My first idea was to purchase a rtx 3050 because it not only has 8GB of vram and unique capabilities like RT and dlss, but it also comes from a company I trust, Nvidia. However, I recently watched a video comparing an RX 6600 with an RX 3050, and my jaw literally dropped when I noticed that the 6600 ran at 30 FPS greater than the 3050. I then checked the price on Amazon, and when I realised that it was less expensive than the 3050, my jaw dropped once again.
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