Here we are, roughly six months after my previous RX Vega 64 2020 article and as you can see it still packs a punch in 2021. I’d like focused on the current used prices of the RX Vega 64. The price for a used RX Vega 64 has gone up since my last review. Prior to my Vega 64 2020 review you could easily snag one for around $100-$230, normally around $200, I checked. After I released my review the prices went up to $250-$350+ depending on the model and the cheaper models were purchased quickly.
Besides the current used price there really isn’t much to complain about. Right out of the box at stock clocks this card offers nice performance in 2021. I have provided 29 benchmarks for the Vega 64 across two articles to show how well it performs 3 years later. The RX Vega 64 performed well against many games I threw at it with maxed settings. There are many more games that were benchmarked in my previous article as well so be sure to check out those results. Certain games might need some settings tweaked to optimize the 4K experience, but this GPU is a solid 1080p & 1440p card. 4K can also be great depending on the game API code, optimizing graphical settings and ultimately it's up to the gamer requirements. I have no issues playing certain games at 35+ FPS at 4K. Some gamers require 60fps or more. You can check the Power Consumption from my previous article to get an idea of how much wattage was pulled and how to control the Power Consumption effectively.
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