The GeForce 1660 and AMD Radeon RX 590 are the “go to” graphics cards right now because they offer powerful performances and their prices are affordable. However, it looks AMD wants to make sure that PC gamers pick the Radeon RX 590 because it has just listed the graphics card for the price of $220 which is the same of GTX 1660. To make things even better, AMD is bundling the graphics card with three AAA games.
AMD Radeon RX 590 Price Goes Down
The only downside to Radeon RX 590 was its price but now, this isn’t an issue anymore. The Radeon RX 590 is priced competitively at $220 on Amazon and the graphics card also ships alongside Devil May Cy 5, The Division 2 and Resident Evil 2. If there are any PC gamers who are thinking about buying a new graphics card, then this is the perfect time to do it.
On the other hand, the GeForce 1660 still has the upper hand when it comes to power consumption with far better maximum power efficiency, especially when paired with extra technologies such as Adaptive Shading and Mesh Shader. However, PC gamers who don’t care that much about power consumption should be pleased to know that the Radeon RX 590 gets the job done just right.
The Game Bundle
We have to mention that the game bundle that ships alongside the Radeon RX 590 is worth nearly $200 on its own. This makes the $220 Radeon RX 590 a great deal. To top it all off, Devil May Cry 5 was released a couple of weeks ago and it features impressive graphics and an immersive story that keeps the player immersed all throughout the gameplay. With that said, the Radeon RX 590 has an edge in the competition against the GeForce 1660.
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