AMD is reorganizing its graphic and processor lines a bit. On the one hand, it has launched an edition of the 50th anniversary of some of its products, such as the Ryzen 2700X or the Radeon VII, but on the other it has taken seriously the competition in the mid-range Nvidia offering two games with its RX 570. Last week we talked about how difficult it was to put the RX 580 and 570 to the GTX 1650 Nvidia, thanks to its great performance-price ratio, but today is already cruelty. Now the AMD graphics will include The Division 2 and World War Z in a grauita way.
As we are, let’s not miss the opportunity to talk about the Ryzen 2700X pack, what’s on with the processor Lisa’s reflected in the thermal plate, but also includes the two games that we have mentioned, apart from a shirt. Radeon VII itself will also include the two games, but what has most caught our attention is how the RX 570 has improved its value, a graph that for 140 euros can offer exceptional performances for 1080p, or, in the case that we need more performance for the 1440p, for 20 euros more.