Hey guys atm long time reader got a pure question with the new AMD video cards vs Nvidia battle. Am a user of nvidia & intel at my house all stepsons running i3 with 500 -600 series videocards. I am looking for a cheap upgrade being boxing day sales my cards getting a bit old tho impressed how its gone. My current set up is an i5 2400 running on a asus h61 mother board 8gig ram Evga50ti 1G video card running Window 10 PRO 64bit. Videocard was bought 2nd hand & still going as good as the day i got it. As a joke on my current set up run the Witcher 3 Wild hunt on medium setting frames capped no issues no vsync with 650ti no been OC or touched. Looking at pricing here in NZ & seen AMD radion 560 4gig for a ridiculous price,i cant pass up as have a buget & paying another 3rd for a nvidia card to not gain much. I know on paper the rx560 isnt as good tho i play on a 21 inch monitor & looking at it as i seen walkthews of a few games played on this card recommending for price. Just asking any people who have dabbled in the new AMD 560 cards & software & gaming experience as advise for is it worth $200 for a radion 560 oc 4gig ram vs 1050 or 1050ti they up another $100 for the ti range. Not fased with heat as run extra case fans to suit & only a stop gap till i build my newer beast later on in the year. I am prety tempted to go the RX 560 just as i got a buffer for any new dx12 games coming out in the next while. I dont play vr or 4k so frames arnt a worry & play most games medium settings. just looking for a decent stop gap & just want advise. Not a nvidia fan boy or AMD fan neither Intel. Tho if radian can please my eyes with the rx560 for a budget i be trying the new ryzen 2nd gen build later in the year. Havnt used much Amd products in the past as buld or abundance of nvidia videocards 2nd hand lying round but if going new is it worth the giggles of a 4gig rx560 as a buffer till later as 1 my step sons will inherit it eventually.