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Not sure about the older games situation but I have owned both cards and they are basically the same. The 1050TI is a little bit stronger but I don't believe its double digitals and AMD could have closed the gap with driver updates. As for the coil whine you must have one silent case to here that over fans whirling inside.
 

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I would go with the 560, since you can mine with it pretty well Cryptonight algos.
 

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i looked at these two threads and noticed the user Sora there. He is a total noob and you shouldn't listen to anything he says. DX9 games not working properly on DX12 hardware is complete nonsense. Whatever problems there might be are related to old games being made for Windows 98 and are very likely to run into problems regardless of the hardware used. Most of these games are rereleased or have some fan patch made.

Potential hardware related issues might occur if you are using 16bit color games(i literally know no game that doesn't have 32bit support, even the very first 3D fps game, quake 1 does, and that was in 1996) because both amd and nvidia dropped dithering algorithms in their hardware for reasons stated above, so it will look worse. And amd dropping support for 3Dnow so any game that assumes amd=3dnow will have problems.

coil whine is manufacturer dependent and happens on everything, especially on mainboards. It is neither vendor or chip related.

As for the choice here i would go for the 1050ti because it runs cooler and therefore more silent. the 1050ti is better with older games ironically. the new radeon gets a boost with dx12 games, unfortunately there aren't that many of them on the market.
 

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DX9 games are OBSOLETE. Anything can run them at 200FPS.
 

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Thanks for the answers, when i was reading the thread on Geforce forums. I though that they had canceled support for dx9.

I wont to play old games like: Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines, Half Life 2, S.T.A.L.K.E.R.

Did Amd fix flickering


I have a FreeSinc monitor, Samsung LC24F390FH

Some users can play deus ex mankind divided on high setting using 1050 ti



Using rx 560 low?

 

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I have 3x RX 560 Strix cards for my VM gaming rigs.

If your monitor supports Freesync (which it looks like it does) I would pick up a 560. Be sure that it is the full 16CU version as AMD also has a cut down 14CU version on the market. The 16CU cards should be listed as having 1024 stream processors vs the 14CU 896 stream processors.

The 560 tends to overclock really well. If you are willing to tweak settings, you can get an extra 10-15% performance as well.
 

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The only sold one should be the 16CU (full) 560. The other was mistake of markets. Unless you are in Asia, you shouldn't worry. Also, 4GB versions for both the 560 and the 1050 are not really needed. They would be dying of OOMPH before running out of VRAM.
 

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Wat is the difference between AMD Enhanced Sync, Geforce Adaptive Vsync ?

On a older YouTube video i had sen that Vsync fixes tearing in the game skyrim but the fps get lowered. Is AMD Enhanced Sync a better solution ?


 

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On High? If you are running 1080p, no. Medium for 60FPS.
 

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No, they are about the same in performance. It depends on the games, but if you want to play, the newest games on High at 1080p, the more demanding one will run at ~30-40FPS.
 

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I will playing games on 1080p. Is the Geforce better for games on high settings ?
Neither of those cards will handle all AAA titles on high at 1080P, but should be serviceable if you tweak the settings. They are aimed at esports titles.

For high settings in all games, you'll need to step up to GTX 1060/RX570.
 

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I will by on of those cards, it will be enough for me =)
Some games can be played even on ultra settings?
On a forum i had red that Amd supports better colors even 10 bit?
Does Geforce support Full RGB?

https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/427669-nvidia-vs-amd-color-quality/

Tomb Raider 2013 R9 390 vs GTX 970 Different colors, limited RGB ?


Fallout 4 ultra

Hitman ultra rx560

Dishonored 2 Ultra rx560
 

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The flickering issue has to do with the VA panel used in the Samsung monitor, the LG's which use IPS panels don't have this issue
So its not really an AMD issue to fix
 

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Hi

I am considering between 2 graphic cards: Amd Rx 560 4gb, Geforce 1050 ti 4gb,

On the Geforce forum i had read that some users have problems whit old games. Even dx9 games.

https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/1015703/nvidia-and-old-pc-games/
https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/855709/old-games-and-some-questions-/

What the situation about coil whine coil whine on 1050 ti.

https://youtu.be/FgLo-N_0XSE

https://youtu.be/tDZq6SQS_R8

Do old games work better on the rx 560.
does the monitor you own support freesync? or do you plan to buy a new monitor someday? if your on a tight budget it most likely will have freesync.

so i'd vote for... the 580 honestly.
 

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The monitor LC24F390FH (Sva panel) has FreeSinc, but if it flickers than i might change it. I will by rx 560 or 1050 ti, rx 580 is to expensive.

On the Amd gpu the flickering seems to be the different gpu states, attest this is mentioned in the video How to fix AMD screen flicker (2017)
 

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Okay, seems like you still do not know what to buy. I am playing on a RX 480, my parents are playing on RX460. None of the rigs experience any issues. Altough , none are with Freesync monitors.
 

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I will think about the gpu. I have some kind of flickering om my monitor even whit FreeSinc of. Before i bought the LC24F390FH, i tried Lg 24MP68VQ Ips. This monitor was very bright, i lowered the brightness but it was still to bright for me. The Lg had a bit less flickering.

LG 24MP68VQ: brightness min 73.23 cd/m², max 261.3 cd/m²
Samsung C24F390FHU: brightness min 31.26 cd/m² , max 317.1 cd/m²

https://uk.hardware.info/product/343313/lg-24mp68vq/testresults

https://uk.hardware.info/product/344148/samsung-c24f390fhu/testresults
 
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