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Quote: Originally Posted by speed_demon View Post
As far as I'm aware, no. But you weren't asking me.

There was a deal available the other day at WalMart on a Ryzen 5 quad core/8 thread laptop with vega 8 graphics for $350. Benches showed it as being capable of 1080p 60fps in most modern games on medium settings. That's a phenomenal deal and probably as good as you can do on such a tight budget. Maybe even finding one of those second hand would put you in the $250 ballpark.
link to product page?

thanks I am not familiar with ryzen or vega since they are relatively new.

Are they usually cheaper than the intel/nvidia counterpart equivalents?

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