AMD Radeon Epic GPU deals: RX 570 4GB for just $249, RX 6600 for just $449.99

Render of an AMD Radeon PCB showing the GPU and adjacent VRAM chips

If you are a gamer, you're probably well aware of the fact that almost any graphics card nowadays is either out of stock or the prices can be exorbitant to the highest levels. However, today's not one of those days as we have got brand new GPUs - no not used ones - selling on Amazon and Newegg at insanely great prices. Both the deals are on a couple of AMD GPU models so it looks like Team Red GPU prices could be finally coming down.

First up, we have the Radeon RX 570. While the RX 570 is an older graphics card based on AMD's fourth-gen GCN architecture called Polaris, it is still more than capable of 1080p gaming at a decent framerate.

The card is capable of easily pushing 60 fps even on super-demanding titles like Cyberpunk 2077 as long as you don't crank up the visuals to the absolute max. The card is even more capable than something newer like the Nvidia GTX 1650, though the 570 does require a decent 400W PSU minimum to run at full throttle (not to be confused with throttling).

The RX 570 is selling today for as low as just $249 in the form of the PowerColor Red Devil variant on Amazon US.

In case you miss that, don't forget the ASRock Gaming D which is on sale for just $279.99.

In case you are looking for something even more capable and want to crank up all the settings to the highest, there is also another great deal ongoing on Newegg right now in the form of the Radeon RX 6600. The card trades blows with the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 at 1080p and is faster than Nvidia's RTX 3050.

The purchase links are provided below:

GPUs are extremely difficult to find nowadays so you better hurry as they likely won't last very long.

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